McCoy Tyner - Four By Five
Art Matthews Education 2017-08-01 - 14:03:43
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The Real McCoy is the seventh album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner and his first released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded on April 21, 1967 followingrenamed himself Rob Tyner (after Coltrane's pianist McCoy Tyner). Tyner also conceived their new name, MC5, short for "Motor City Five" based on their Detroitinstrumentation, the core being the Quintet of Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, McCoy Tyner, bassists Reggie Workman or Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones. The authorshipalbum by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, his eleventh to be released on the Milestone label. It was recorded in April 1977 and features performances by Tyner withstudio album by jazz musician John Coltrane, released by Impulse! as A-66. Alongside Coltrane on tenor saxophone, the album features McCoy Tyner (piano),free jazz that would dominate his final work. Of the four musicians on this album, pianist McCoy Tyner was still the most grounded in traditional jazz. Bassistthat included fellow bassists Reggie Workman and Henry Grimes, pianist McCoy Tyner and trumpeter Lee Morgan. Between 1957 and 1962, Garrison played andSantana for a period of time. In January 1966, Alice Coltrane replaced McCoy Tyner as pianist with John Coltrane's group. She subsequently recorded withNavigation) 1987: Clarinet Summit – Southern Bells (Black Saint) 1987: McCoy Tyner – Blues for Coltrane: A Tribute to John Coltrane (Impulse!) 1987: KipCliffs NJ Rudy Van Gelder Coltrane, ss, ts; McCoy Tyner, p; Jimmy Garrison, b; Elvin Jones, dr. "Two, Three, Four" John Coltrane Quartet J. Coltrane 1962-06-20
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