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McCoy Tyner - The Definitive McCoy Tyner (2002)

9-06-2015, 03:18
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

McCoy Tyner - The Definitive McCoy Tyner (2002)

Artist: McCoy Tyner
Title Of Album: The Definitive McCoy Tyner
Year Of Release: 2002
Label(Catalog#): Blue Note [941809]
Genre: Jazz, Post Bop
Format: Flac/Cue/Log | MP3
Quality: Lossless | 320 kbps
Total Time: 64:57
Total Size: 367 MB(+3%) | 154 MB(+3%)


01 - Inception
02 - Passion Dance
03 - Search For Peace
04 - May Street
05 - Peresina
06 - Lonnie's Lament
07 - Impressions
08 - Naima

personnel :

McCoy Tyner - piano
Gary Bartz - alto saxophone
Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, Michael Brecker - tenor saxophone
Woody Shaw - trumpet
Bobby Hutcherson - vibraphone
Art Davis, Ron Carter, Herbie Lewis, Avery Sharpe, George Mraz - bass
Elvin Jones, Freddie Waits, Aaron Scott, Al Foster - drums

This sampler has snapshots from pianist McCoy Tyner's career, with five selections from the 1960s and three from the 1990s. The music is drawn from his Impulse and Blue Note sessions and cannot claim to give one a complete picture of his career since so much of his most significant work was done for Milestone in the 1970s. However, the music that is included is fine. The 1960s numbers are all Tyner originals, featuring the influential pianist in a trio (for "Inception"), quartets with either tenor-saxophonist Joe Henderson or vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, and a sextet ("Peresina" with trumpeter Woody Shaw, altoist Gary Bartz, and Wayne Shorter on tenor). The 1990s material has Tyner's versions of three John Coltrane compositions ("Lonnie's Lament," "Impressions," and "Naima") played unaccompanied, in a trio, or in a quartet with tenor-saxophonist Michael Brecker ("Impressions"). Excellent music but this CD is just for listeners unfamiliar with Tyner's work who want to get a sampling.~Scott Yanow

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