McCoy Tyner Supertrios (1977)

    Milestone
      • 1. Wave
      • 2. Blues On The Corner
      • 3. I Mean You
      • 4. The Greeting
      • 5. Prelude To A Kiss
      • 6. Moment's Notice
      • 7. Hymn-Song
      • 8. Consensus
      • 9. Four By Five
      • 10. Stella By Startlight
      • 11. Lush Life
      • 12. Blues For Ball

      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 De Johnette.

      Other Releases by McCoy Tyner

      McCoy TynerTender Moments (Tone Poet Edition)Blue Note
      On his second Blue Note album Tender Moments, pianist and composer McCoy Tyner explored the colors and textures available in a nonet setting with some...
        • LP (180 gram)£35.00
          Deluxe, 180g 'Tone Poet' edition in a gatefold sleeve.
          Expected 08 JanPreorder
        McCoy TynerEchoes Of A FriendMilestone (4)
          • Original LP£20.00
            Vinyl condition: VG+Sleeve condition: VG+
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          McCoy TynerDimensions (1984)Elektra Musician
          w/ Gary Bartz.
            • Original LP£12.00
              Vinyl condition: VG+Sleeve condition: VG+
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            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 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

                Other Releases on Milestone

                BertramiDreams Are Real (1986)Milestone
                  • Original LP£15.00
                    Vinyl condition: VG+Sleeve condition: VG+Orig copy in fantastic condition
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                  Jimmy PonderDown Here On The Ground (1984)Milestone
                  Good funky fusion from guitarist Ponder and group on Milestone Records
                    Ron CarterPeg Leg (1978)Milestone
                    Milestone, 78. Low end theory with bassist Carter joined by Kenny Barron, Buster Williams, Ben Riley et al. Funky but deepGreat Original still-sealed cassette...
                      Flora PurimStories To Tell (1974)Milestone
                      Essential Flora Purim album from the early 70s. Brazilian/Jazz fusion at its height. Line-up featuring Airto, Santana, George Duke, Miroslav Vituos, Raul...
                        • CD£8.99
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                        • Original LP£12.00
                          Vinyl condition: VG+Sleeve condition: VG+
                          Out of stock
                        James MoodyMoody And The Brass Figures (1967)Milestone
                        Produced by Orrin Keepnews. 1967 album on Milestone Records - rare.
                          • CD£8.99
                            Out of stock
                          • Original LP£14.99
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                          Junior Mance That Lovin' Feelin' (1972)Milestone
                          Funky groovy album includes top version of Cubano Chant
                            • Original LP£12.00
                              Vinyl condition: VG+Sleeve condition: VG+Original USA vinyl in orig shrink clean vinyl in great condition but has some background noise (possibly the pressing)
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                            Gary Bartz Ntu TroopHarlem Bush Music - UhuruMilestone
                            Gary Bartz was in the artistic eye of the hurricane that was the Black Power movement at the turn of the 70s and here, with the group he was calling...