Chick Corea – Tones for Joan’s Bones (1968)

Tones for Joan’s Bones is the debut solo album by American jazz pianist Chick Corea, recorded in December 1966 and released in 1968 on Vortex.

A1. “Litha” (13:36)
A2. “This Is New” (7:41)
B1. “Tones for Joan’s Bones” (6:11)
B2. “Straight Up and Down” (12:34)

Chick Corea — piano
Woody Shaw — trumpet
Joe Farrell — tenor saxophone, flute
Steve Swallow — double bass
Joe Chambers — drums

Phil Lehle — recording engineer
Herbie Mann — producer
Dick Luppi — illustration
Haig Adishian — cover design

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