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    McCoy TynerFly With The Wind (1976)Milestone
    Essential mid-70s deep jazz fusion produced by Orrin Keepnews for his great Milestone label. McCoy in full flight.Original = Original USA Vinyl VG+/Sleeve...
    • McCoy Tyner – Salvadore de Samba
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    McCoy TynerExpansions (1969)Blue Note
    Seminal deep modal jazz on Blue Note w/ Woody Shaw, Gary Bartz, Ron Carter, Herbie Lewis and Freddie Watts. Produced by Duke Pearson. HEAVY! Orig= Blue...
    • McCoy Tyner – Vision
    • McCoy Tyner – Smitty's Place
    • McCoy Tyner – Peresina
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    McCoy TynerInner Voices (1977)Milestone
    Seriously deep killer full vocal-orchestral album from the legendary Tyner. D_E_E_P like snow.
    • McCoy Tyner – for tomorrow
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    McCoy TynerSupertrios (1977)Milestone
    Two great late 70s sessions both produced by Orrin Keepnews. One featuring Tyner alongside Ron Carter and Tony Williams, the other Eddie Gomez and Jack...
      McCoy TynerNight Of Ballads & Blues (1963)Impulse
      Very rare Impulse trio setting with McCoy Tyner's beautiful piano renditions of various jazz standards assisted by Steve davis on bass and Lex Humphries...
        McCoy TynerSahara (1972)Milestone
        Heavyweight deep, deep jazz.
          McCoy TynerToday And Tomorrow (1963)Impulse
          Early sixties album with half the tracks consisting of the McCoy Tyner trio and the other three featuring Thad Jones on trumpet, his brother Elvin on drums...
            McCoy TynerTime For TynerBlue Note
            Great late 60s album from John Coltrane's pianist featuring Bobby Hutcherson!
            • McCoy Tyner – African Village