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McCoy Tyner Quartet - New York Reunion download mp3
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McCoy Tyner Quartet
Album:
New York Reunion
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1724 mb
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1248 mb
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1752 mb
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McCoy Tyner Quartet - New York Reunion download mp3

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Recorda Me (Remember Me)
Composed By – Joe Henderson
9:48
2 Miss Bea (Dedicated To Mother)
Composed By – McCoy Tyner
7:06
3 What Is This Thing Called Love?
Composed By – Cole Porter
8:01
4 My Romance
Composed By – Rodgers & Hart
6:32
5 Ask Me Now
Composed By – Thelonious Monk
12:08
6 Beautiful Love
Composed By – B.B. King, Egbert Van Alstyne, Haven Gillespie, Victor Young
9:13
7 A Quick Sketch
Composed By – Ron Carter
10:30
8 Home
Composed By – McCoy Tyner
10:55

Credits

  • Bass – Ron Carter
  • Drums – Al Foster
  • Executive Producer – Norman Chesky
  • Piano – McCoy Tyner
  • Producer – David Chesky
  • Recorded By – Bob Katz
  • Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 90368 03346 8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JD51 McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster - New York Reunion ‎(CD, Album) Chesky Records JD51 US 1991
JD51 McCoy Tyner Quartet New York Reunion ‎(CD, Album, RE) Chesky Records JD51 Unknown
JG9051 McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster - New York Reunion ‎(CD, Album) Chesky Records JG9051 1991
SACD206 McCoy Tyner Quartet New York Reunion ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Album) Chesky Records SACD206 Europe 2000
LP051 McCoy Tyner Quartet New York Reunion ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Chesky Records LP051 US 2016


McCoy Tyner Quartet - New York Reunion album

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On “New York Reunion” you gonna hear the McCoy Tyner Quartet [with Joe Henderson, Ron Carter and Al Foster] delightfully swing and sonically soar like you’ll seldom hear. This is bright daytime jazz, jazz to set your head to bopping, your fingers to popping, and a ray of sunshine to be forever over your head while this album’s on your stereo.No doubt one of the main reasons this albums reaches the lofty heights it does, is because there is no showboating to be found; just a group of cats who know their trade, know their notes, know each other, and play to the ceiling ... like there’s nothing else that matters. And to that end, there’s barely a note you’re not gonna enjoy.Review by Jenell Kesler