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Nights Of Ballads & Blues

McCoy Tyner

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Satin Doll
McCoy Tyner
We'll Be Together Again
McCoy Tyner
'Round Midnight
McCoy Tyner
For Heaven's Sake
McCoy Tyner
Star Eyes
McCoy Tyner
Blue Monk
McCoy Tyner
Groove Waltz
McCoy Tyner
Days Of Wine And Roses
McCoy Tyner
Total Playing Time    38:46
"... a viable leader and important musical voice ..."
- All About Jazz

"... enabled him to feature his densely rich piano sound to great effect."
- Jazz Resource Center

Pianist McCoy Tyner's 1963 sideline project was recorded while still a member of John Coltrane's quartet. As the title implies, this collection concentrates on both ballads and blues. Tyner is accompanied by rhythm section Steve Davis on bass and Lex Humphries on drums.

"Tyner’s style cannot be termed by a single classification or jazz style. Many artists refer to his style simply as the McCoy Tyner Style. Tyner introduced an entirely new touch to the post-bop genre of music with his exemplary bop chording style and tendency to induce African heritage in American Jazz."
- Jazz-piano.org
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