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Freddie McCoy - Spider Man (1965) {Universal Japan Remaster 2012}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at March 16, 2014
Freddie McCoy - Spider Man (1965) {Universal Japan Remaster 2012}

Freddie McCoy - Spider Man (1965) {Universal Japan Remaster 2012}
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© 2012 Universal Japan / Prestige | UCCO-90112
Jazz / Cool / Soul Jazz / Vibes

A striking little set from vibesman Freddie McCoy – not just for the cool superhero image on the front cover, but also for the tight grooves underneath! The album's one of McCoy's most unified for Prestige – as all tracks feature a core quartet with Freddie on vibes, Charlie Wilson on piano, Steve Davis on bass, and Rudy Lawless on drums – not your usual Prestige players, and all musicians who really make the album sparkle! There's a bold soul jazz vibe running through the set – similar to some of Freddie's other work, but a bit more open too – and titles include a groovy take on "Girl From Ipanema", plus the soul jazz classics "Speak Out, Deagan!" and "Hav' Mercy" – as well as the cuts "Yesterdays" and "Spider Man".
Freddie Hubbard - The Hi-Res Album Collection (1960-2011) Combined RE-UP

Freddie Hubbard - The Hi-Res Album Collection (1960-2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 (96) kHz | Time - 574:20 minutes | 21,45 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover(s)

Frederick Dewayne "Freddie" Hubbard was an American jazz trumpeter. He was known primarily for playing in the bebop, hard bop and post-bop styles from the early 1960s onwards. His unmistakable and influential tone contributed to new perspectives for modern jazz and bebop…

McCoy Tyner - Mosaic Select 25 [3CD Set] (2007) {Mosaic Records}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at April 16, 2014
McCoy Tyner - Mosaic Select 25 [3CD Set] (2007) {Mosaic Records}

McCoy Tyner - Mosaic Select 25 [3CD Set] (2007) {Mosaic Records}
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© 2007 Mosaic Records / EMI / Blue Note | MS-025 / 0946-3-59023-2-7
Jazz / Post Bop / Modal Music / Piano

This set covers the last two years of McCoy Tyner's tenure with Blue Note, beginning with the pianist's Expansions, the first album on which his own identity as a leader-composer-pianist came ringing through. With Woody Shaw, Gary Bartz, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter (on cello), Herbie Lewis and Freddie Waits, he fashioned a new sound, inspired by, but not mimicking his work with the John Coltrane Quartet. McCoy blended modality, Eastern music, African elements and spirituality into a music that was unmistakably his own.
Freddie Hubbard - High Energy / Liquid Love / Windjammer (2CD) (2012)

Freddie Hubbard - High Energy / Liquid Love / Windjammer (2CD) (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 265.23 Mb (CD1) + 532.86 Mb (CD2) | 2:01:04 | Scans included
Jazz-Funk, Post-Bop | Country: USA | Label: BGO Records (BGOCD1024)

Freddie Hubbard got a bad rap from jazz critics while at Columbia – most absolutely hated the music he made there because it indulged pop, soul, funk, and even disco abundantly. He got the last laugh, though. The critics were wrong. Great Britain's BGO offers proof in this two-disc set that contains Hubbard's first three Columbia albums from the mid-'70s: High Energy (1974), the provocatively titled Liquid Love (1975), and Windjammer (1976). Hubbard employed his own quintet on High Energy (something he couldn't do previously at CTI), which was comprised of Junior Cook, George Cables, Kent Brinkley, and Ralph Penland.

McCoy Tyne - Sahara (1972) (1987 Reissue)  Music

Posted by shamanicus at Sept. 18, 2017
McCoy Tyne - Sahara (1972) (1987 Reissue)

McCoy Tyne - Sahara (1972) (1987 Reissue)
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Jazz, Post Bop | Label: Original Jazz Classics - OJCCD-311-2

Sahara is a 1972 album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, his first to be released on the Milestone label. It was recorded in January 1972 and features performances by Tyner with Sonny Fortune, Calvin Hill, and Alphonse Mouzon. The music shows African and Eastern influences and features Tyner playing koto, flute, and percussion in addition to his normal piano.

Freddie King - Woman Across The River (1973) Reissue 1996  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 23, 2017
Freddie King - Woman Across The River (1973) Reissue 1996

Freddie King - Woman Across The River (1973) Reissue 1996
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Electric Texas Blues | Label: Shelter/The Right Stuff | # 7243-8-53868-2-4 | 00:39:34

King's last Shelter album was his most elaborately produced, with occasional string arrangements and female backups vocals, although these didn't really detract from the net result. Boasting perhaps heavier rock elements than his other Shelter efforts, it was characteristically divided between blues standards (by the likes of Willie Dixon and Elmore James), Leon Russell tunes, and more R&B/soul-inclined material by the likes of Ray Charles and Percy Mayfield.
McCoy Tyner - The Real McCoy (1967) {1987 Blue Note/Manhattan/Capitol}

McCoy Tyner - The Real McCoy (1967) {1987 Blue Note/Manhattan/Capitol}
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Genre: jazz

The Real McCoy is the 1967 album by American jazz pianist McCoy Tyner. Originally released by Blue Note, this was released on CD in 1987 on Capitol Records through the Manhattan subsidiary, remastered by Ron McMaster.
McCoy Tyner - McCoy Tyner Plays Ellington (1964) {Impulse! IMP 12162 rel 1997}

McCoy Tyner - McCoy Tyner Plays Ellington (1964) {Impulse! IMP 12162 rel 1997}
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© 1964, 1997 Impulse! / MCA Records / GRP Records | IMP 12162
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano

An interesting project that works quite well. The already-distinctive pianist McCoy Tyner utilized bassist Jimmy Garrison, drummer Elvin Jones, and two Latin percussionists to interpret a full set of Duke Ellington songs (although "Caravan" was actually composed by Juan Tizol). In addition to some well-known standards, Tyner debuted an unrecorded Ellington piece, "Searchin'," and revived "Mr. Gentle & Mr. Cool." This is an excellent outing that displays both Tyner's debt to the jazz tradition and his increasingly original style.

Freddie Fingers Lee - The Wild Weekend (1995)  Music

Posted by popsakov at July 28, 2017
Freddie Fingers Lee - The Wild Weekend (1995)

Freddie Fingers Lee - The Wild Weekend (1995)
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Rock & Roll, Rockabilly | Pollytone Records #PEPCD109

The rock’n’roll music of the mid-1950s encouraged performers to lose their inhibitions, but with the exception of his close friend Screaming Lord Sutch, no one in the UK was wilder or more outrageous than Freddie Fingers Lee. “If I wasn’t crazy when I joined Sutch’s band, I certainly was when I left,” he used to say. Lee was an extrovert rock’n’roll pianist and songwriter whose songs were recorded by Charlie Gracie and Carl Mann and he is best known for his autobiographical composition “One-Eyed Boogie Boy”…
McCoy Tyner - Tender Moments (1967) {Blue Note RVG Edition 7243 5 96510 2 6 rel 2004}

McCoy Tyner - Tender Moments (1967) {Blue Note RVG Edition 7243 5 96510 2 6 rel 2004}
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© 1967, 2004 Blue Note / Capitol Records | RVG Edition | 7243 5 96510 2 6 | 24bit remastering
Jazz / Hard Bop / Post Bop / Piano

This is McCoy Tyner in the Blue Note studios five months after his boss of the previous six years, John Coltrane, had died. Tyner had made albums under his name during the Coltrane period, but this set for a bigger Tyner band, including the tenor saxist Bennie Maupin and trumpeter Lee Morgan represents a more radical break from the more orthodox piano trio or sax-led quartet jazz the pianist had fitfully explored since 1963.