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Inception

McCoy Tyner Trio

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1.1
Inception
McCoy Tyner Trio
4:26
1.2
There Is No Greater Love
McCoy Tyner Trio
6:17
1.3
Blues For Gwen
McCoy Tyner Trio
4:23
1.4
Sunset
McCoy Tyner Trio
4:38
1.5
Effendi
McCoy Tyner Trio
6:37
1.6
Speak Low
McCoy Tyner Trio
6:21
Total Playing Time    32:42
"... a strong debut ... remains important as a jazz giant's debut and an iconic example of 1960s piano jazz."
- All About Jazz

"McCoy plays wonderfully; he's already his own man, his long substantive phrases, lightness and grace remind me of his work with (Curtis) Fuller."
- JazzTimes.com

Inception is McCoy Tyner's debut album, released on Impulse! in 1962. His trio members on this session are Art Davis on bass and Elvin Jones on drums, all three working outside the confines of John Coltrane's quartet. Four of the six songs on this recording are Tyner originals; Effendi, the lovely ballad Sunset and the title tune have all been called "standout pieces" by JazzTimes.com.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Universal Music Group Studio Masters

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