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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 - 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 - Now You See It...(Now You Don't) (1990) {MCA}

Michael Brecker - Now You See It…(Now You Don't) (1990) {MCA}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion, Post-Bop

For Now You See It…Now You Don't, Michael Brecker's third recording as a leader, the tenor great used different personnel on most of the selections but played consistently well. Jim Beard's synthesizers were utilized for atmosphere, to set up a funky groove, or to provide a backdrop for the leader. Some of the music sounds like updated John Coltrane (Joey Calderazzo's McCoy Tyner-influenced piano helps), while other pieces could almost pass for Weather Report, if Wayne Shorter rather than Joe Zawinul had been the lead voice. Most of the originals (either by Brecker, Beard, or producer Don Grolnick) project moods rather than feature strong melodies, but Michael Brecker's often-raging tenor makes the most of each opportunity.

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.

McCoy Tyner and the Latin All-Stars (1999) REPOST  Music

Posted by Oceandrop at Oct. 6, 2011
McCoy Tyner and the Latin All-Stars (1999) REPOST

McCoy Tyner and the Latin All-Stars (1999) REPOST
Jazz (Latin) | EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG | mp3@320 | 403 MB. & 159 MB.
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Audio CD (1999) | Label: TELARC | Catalog# CD-83462 | 61:52 min.

"McCoy Tyner and the Latin All-Stars" is an album by McCoy Tyner released on the Telarc label in 1999. It was recorded in July 1998 and features performances of by Tyner with Gary Bartz, Claudio Roditi, Dave Valentin, Avery Sharpe, Ignacio Berroa, Johnny Almendra and Giovanni Hidalgo. The Allmusic review by Jim Newsom states that "McCoy Tyner's percussive piano style has always worked well within an Afro-Cuban groove, and this recording provides an excellent setting for him and his all-star lineup to work in"
McCoy Tyner - Echoes Of A Friend (1972) [Remastered 1991] {PROPER}

McCoy Tyner - Echoes Of A Friend (1972) [Remastered 1991] {PROPER}
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Genre ~ Free Jazz, Post-Bop, Piano Jazz | Label ~ Milestone Records/OJCCD-650-2

An obvious classic, this piano solo record (reissued on CD in the OJC series) features McCoy Tyner paying tribute to John Coltrane. Tyner not only plays three of Coltrane's songs ("Naima," "Promise," and "My Favorite Things") but two of his originals (a lengthy "The Discovery" and "Folks") which display how much the pianist had grown since leaving the saxophonist's group in late 1965. Few McCoy Tyner records are not easily recommended but this one even ranks above most. ~ AllMusic

McCoy Tyner - The Impulse Story (2006)  Music

Posted by Bezz at Jan. 11, 2011
McCoy Tyner - The Impulse Story (2006)

McCoy Tyner - The Impulse Story (2006)
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Label ~ Impulse! Records

In late 1961, Impulse Records and McCoy Tyner were each young and getting started. The two came together that year: the label barely a year old with just ten albums in its catalog; the pianist from Philadelphia twenty-three, already a young veteran of various bands and recording situations. ~ Ashley Kahn @ Verve Music

Michael Brecker - Tales from the Hudson (1996)  

Posted by ikaqo at Jan. 4, 2011
Michael Brecker - Tales from the Hudson (1996)

Michael Brecker - Tales from the Hudson (1996)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: Impulse IMP 11912 | Released: 1996

Tales from the Hudson is Michael Brecker's fourth album as a leader. It was recorded at the Power Station in New York City.

Michael Brecker - Now You See It...(Now You Don't) (1990)  Music

Posted by amusic at May 9, 2010
Michael Brecker - Now You See It...(Now You Don't) (1990)

Michael Brecker - Now You See It…(Now You Don't) (1990)
Post-Bop, Contemporary Jazz | Label: Grp Records | EAC Rip | FLAC (Cue+Log+Covers) | 319 MB

An excellent 1990 GRP label jazz fusion album by the master of the tenorsaxophone. For Now You See It…, Michael Brecker's third recording as a leader, the tenor great used different personnel on most of the selections but played consistently well. Jim Beard's synthesizers were utilized for atmosphere, to set up a funky groove, or to provide a backdrop for the leader. Some of the music sounds like updated John Coltrane (Joey Calderazzo's McCoy Tyner-influenced piano helps), while other pieces could almost pass for Weather Report, if Wayne Shorter rather than Joe Zawinul had been the lead voice. Most of the originals (either by Brecker, Beard, or producer Don Grolnick) project moods rather than feature strong melodies, but Michael Brecker's often-raging tenor makes the most of each opportunity.

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.