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McCoy Tyner - Infinity (1995) {Impulse! IMPD-171}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Jan. 31, 2017
McCoy Tyner - Infinity (1995) {Impulse! IMPD-171}

McCoy Tyner - Infinity (1995) {Impulse! IMPD-171}
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© 1995 Impulse! / MCA / GRP | IMPD-171
Jazz / Post Bop / Progressive Jazz / Modal Music / Piano

It seems only fitting that the initial new release on the latest revival of the Impulse label features McCoy Tyner and Michael Brecker. When Impulse started out in 1960, John Coltrane and Tyner were the first artists to be signed, and when Impulse was briefly brought back by MCA in the 1980s, two of its most important albums were recordings by Brecker. There are not a lot of surprises on this quartet matchup (with bassist Avery Sharpe and drummer Aaron Scott) except perhaps for how well Tyner and Brecker mesh together.

McCoy Tyner - Together (1979) {Milestone}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Dec. 10, 2013
McCoy Tyner - Together (1979) {Milestone}

McCoy Tyner - Together (1979) {Milestone}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

During his years on Milestone, McCoy Tyner had the opportunity to record in a variety of settings with many of his favorite players. For this disc the innovative pianist is featured with quite an all-star crew: trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, flutist Hubert Laws, Bennie Maupin on tenor and bass clarinet, vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, Stanley Clarke (in a rare appearance at the time on acoustic bass), drummer Jack DeJohnette and percussionist Bill Summers. In addition to a pair of Tyner's originals, songs were contributed by Laws, DeJohnette, Hutcherson and Hubbard ("One Of Another Kind"). The music is essentially high-quality advanced modal hard bop and each of the sidemen get their opportunities to be showcased.

McCoy Tyner - New York Reunion (1991) **[RE-UP]**  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Sept. 27, 2017
McCoy Tyner - New York Reunion (1991) **[RE-UP]**

McCoy Tyner - New York Reunion (1991)
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Genre: jazz

New York Reunion is a 1991 album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner. He is joined by Ron Carter (bass), Joe Henderson (tenor sax), and Al Foster (drums). It was recorded in New York City on 3-4 April, 1991.
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.
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.

Michael Brecker - Pilgrimage (2007) PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC  Vinyl & HR

Posted by HDAtall at March 3, 2017
Michael Brecker - Pilgrimage (2007) PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Michael Brecker - Pilgrimage (2007)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 77:33 minutes | Scans included | 4,5 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,58 GB
Features Stereo and Multichannel surround sound

Next to John Coltrane, Michael Brecker was unquestionably the most influential tenor player in the history of jazz. As a result of his stylistic and harmonic innovations, he is the most studied contemporary jazz musician in music schools throughout the world today. This posthumous release comprises the last recordings Michael Brecker made before his untimely death in January 2007. The all-star lineup on Pilgrimage, which includes Herbie Hancock, Brad Mehldau, Pat Metheny, Jack DeJohnette, and John Patitucci, has worked in various combinations over the past four decades. Here, they perform with the compelling group interplay of a longstanding ensemble. Brecker's nine compositions mark the first time he made an album solely of his own material. This is further testament to the creative drive that helped sustain him during his physical decline. From balladry to classic post-bop reveries, Brecker has fashioned one of his finest albums, and certainly his most personal work.

McCoy Tyner Big Band - Uptown/Downtown (1989) [Repost]  Music

Posted by Designol at Sept. 6, 2016
McCoy Tyner Big Band - Uptown/Downtown (1989) [Repost]

McCoy Tyner Big Band - Uptown/Downtown (1989)
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Post-Bop, Big Band, Piano Jazz | Milestone/Fantasy/Universal | # 00025218916721 | Time: 00:48:28

The debut recording from McCoy Tyner's big band features the pianist's all-star 15-piece unit romping through five of his originals (including "Blues for Basie") plus Steve Turre's "Lotus Flower." With such fine soloists as tenors Junior Cook and Ricky Ford, trumpeter Kamau Adilifu, trombonist Turre, and the leader, the ensemble (which includes John Clark's French horn and the tuba of Howard Johnson) had quickly gained its own sound and the results are quite memorable and frequently exciting. Recommended.
McCoy Tyner - New York Reunion (1991) [Reissue 2007] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

McCoy Tyner - New York Reunion (1991) [Reissue 2007]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 74:17 minutes | Scans included | 3,41 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,47 GB

Michael Brecker - Tales From The Hudson (1996) {Impulse!}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 8, 2016
Michael Brecker - Tales From The Hudson (1996) {Impulse!}

Michael Brecker - Tales From The Hudson (1996) {Impulse!}
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Genre: Post-Bop, Fusion

Michael Brecker, a major influence on today's young saxophonists, shows off his own influences a bit throughout this fine modern straight-ahead set. Brecker sounds surprisingly like Stanley Turrentine on parts of "Midnight Voyage," and otherwise displays his roots in Ernie Watts and John Coltrane. With the exception of Don Grolnick's "Willie T.," the music on the CD is comprised of group originals (five by the leader) and falls into the 1990s mainstream of jazz. While the tenor saxophonist has plenty of blowing space (really letting loose on the exciting closer, "Cabin Fever"), Pat Metheny is mostly pretty restrained (in a Jim Hall bag) except for his wild solo on guitar synth during "Song for Bilbao."