Return to the Seventh Galaxy: The Anthology

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Return to the Seventh Galaxy: The Anthology
Compilation album by Return to Forever
Released 1996
Genre Jazz fusion, latin jazz, post-bop
Label Polygram / Verve
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
All About Jazz (not rated) [2]

Return To The 7th Galaxy: The Anthology (1996) is an anthology of recordings made from 1972 to 1975 by bands assembled by Chick Corea under the name "Return to Forever." The album is a compilation of tracks from the four Polygram studio albums, Light as a Feather, Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy, Where Have I Known You Before and No Mystery together with four previously unreleased live tracks (including a very funky 14 minute version of "Spain").

Track listing[edit]

CD disc 1:

  1. "500 Miles High" (Chick Corea/Neville Potter)
  2. "Captain Marvel" (Chick Corea)
  3. "Light as a Feather" (Stanley Clarke/Flora Purim)
  4. "Spain" (previously unreleased live version) (Chick Corea/Joaquín Rodrigo)
  5. "After the Cosmic Rain" (previously unreleased live version) (Stanley Clarke)
  6. "Bass Folk Song" (previously unreleased live version) (Stanley Clarke)
  7. "Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy" (Chick Corea)
  8. "Captain Señor Mouse" (Chick Corea)
  9. "Theme to the Mothership" (Chick Corea)

Disc 2:

  1. "Vulcan Worlds" (Stanley Clarke)
  2. "Beyond the Seventh Galaxy" (Chick Corea)
  3. "Earth Juice" (Chick Corea/Stanley Clarke/Lenny White/Al Di Meola)
  4. "The Shadow of Lo" (previously unreleased live version) (Lenny White)
  5. "Where Have I Known You Before?" (Chick Corea)
  6. "Song to the Pharaoh Kings" (Chick Corea)
  7. "Dayride" (Stanley Clarke)
  8. "No Mystery" (Chick Corea)
  9. "Flight of the Newborn" (Al Di Meola)
  10. "Celebration Suite (Parts I & II)" (Chick Corea)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yanow, Scott. "Return to the Seventh Galaxy: Anthology - Chick Corea,Return to Forever | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 27 October 2013. 
  2. ^ Hughes, Dave. "Return to Forever: Return to the Seventh Galaxy: The Anthology". allaboutjazz.com. Retrieved 27 October 2013. 

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