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McCoy Tyner

McCoy Tyner
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Alfred McCoy Tyner (born December 11, 1938 - died March 6, 2020) was a jazz pianist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, known for his work with the John Coltrane Quartet and a long solo career.
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http://mccoytyner.com
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McCoy Tyner — Guitars McCoy Tyner — Guitars
(Half Note HN 4537, 2008, CD+DVD)
McCoy Tyner — Focal Point McCoy Tyner — Focal Point
(Milestone M-9072, 1976, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Atlantis McCoy Tyner — Atlantis
(Milestone M-55002, 1975, 2LP)
McCoy Tyner — Trident McCoy Tyner — Trident
(Milestone M-9063, 1975, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Asante McCoy Tyner — Asante
(Blue Note BN-LA223-G, 1974, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Sama Layuca McCoy Tyner — Sama Layuca
(Milestone M-9056, 1974, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Enlightenment McCoy Tyner — Enlightenment
(Milestone M-55001, 1973, 2LP)
McCoy Tyner — Song for My Lady McCoy Tyner — Song for My Lady
(Milestone MSP 9044, 1973, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Song of the New World McCoy Tyner — Song of the New World
(Milesone MSP 9049, 1973, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Echoes of a Friend McCoy Tyner — Echoes of a Friend
(Milestone M-9055, 1972, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Extensions McCoy Tyner — Extensions
(Blue Note BN-LA 006-F, 1972, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Sahara McCoy Tyner — Sahara
(Milestone MSP-9039, 1972/1987, CD)
McCoy Tyner — Esxpansions McCoy Tyner — Esxpansions
(Blue Note BST 84338, 1969, LP)
McCoy Tyner — The Real McCoy McCoy Tyner — The Real McCoy
(Blue Note BLP 4264, 1967, LP)
John Coltrane — Live in Seattle John Coltrane — Live in Seattle
(Impulse! B0015951-02, 1965/2011, CD)
John Coltrane — A Love Supreme John Coltrane — A Love Supreme
(Impulse B0000610-02, 1965/2003, CD)
Wayne Shorter — The Soothsayer Wayne Shorter — The Soothsayer
(Blue Note LT-988, 1965/1979, LP)
John Coltrane — Transition John Coltrane — Transition
(Impulse AS-9195, 1965/1970, LP)
Wayne Shorter — Juju Wayne Shorter — Juju
(Blue Note BLP 4182, 1964, LP)
Wayne Shorter — Night Dreamer Wayne Shorter — Night Dreamer
(Blue Note BLP 4173, 1964, LP)
McCoy Tyner — Today and Tomorrow McCoy Tyner — Today and Tomorrow
(Impulse AS-63, 1964, LP)
John Coltrane — Both Directions at Once John Coltrane — Both Directions at Once
(Verve B0028228, 1963/2018, 2CD)
McCoy Tyner — Nights of Ballads & Blues McCoy Tyner — Nights of Ballads & Blues
(Impulse! AS-39, 1963, LP)
The John Coltrane Quartet — Africa / Brass The John Coltrane Quartet — Africa / Brass
(Impulse! A-6, 1961, LP)
John Coltrane — The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings John Coltrane — The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings
(Impulse IMPD4-232, 1961/1997, 4CD)
John Coltrane — My Favorite Things John Coltrane — My Favorite Things
(Atlantic 1361, 1961, LP)
John Coltrane — The Other Village Vanguard Tapes John Coltrane — The Other Village Vanguard Tapes
(Impulse MCD0413, 1961/1987, 2CD)
John Coltrane — The Mastery of John Coltrane Vol. IV - Trane's Modes John Coltrane — The Mastery of John Coltrane Vol. IV - Trane's Modes
(Impulse 254 650-2, 1961/1987, 2CD)

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