McCoy Tyner With Stanley Clarke And Al Foster - Mc Coy Tyner With Stanley Clarke And Al Foster mp3 album
McCoy Tyner with Stanley Clarke and Al Foster is an album by McCoy Tyner released on the Telarc label in 2000. It was recorded in April 1999 and features performances of by Tyner with Stanley Clarke and Al Foster.
This is Tyner reaffirming most of his strengths: the massive tone quality, the two-handed control over the entire keyboard, and the generally uplifting attitude conveyed through the shape of his melodic invention. He does so in a program of six originals, three standards, and one tune by Stanley Clarke, mixing modal tunes, blues, funk, ballads, and a mildly Caribbean ringer. Only once does he evoke memories of the classic John Coltrane Quartet - not in "Trane-Like" but in "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes. Foster throws himself skillfully into every situation; he is at ease in all idioms. The sound is excellent, with each instrument, even Tyner's formidable piano, in perfect balance.
Composed By – McCoy Tyner. Composed By – McCoy Tyner. 3. Never Let Me Go. Composed By – Jay Livingston, Raymond Evans. In The Tradition Of. Composed By – Stanley Clarke. 8. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes. Composed By – Jerry Brainin.
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Album · 2000 · 11 Songs. The Toys of Men. Stanley Clarke.
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Stanley Clarke and Al Foster accompany McCoy perfectly. As for Tyner, he's never sounded better. This is my favourite album of his since "Trident" (25 years ago!).
McCoy Tyner (piano) Stanley Clarke (acoustic and electric bass) Al Foster (drums). This album is still a bit of an enigma to me. It starts as a more or less traditional jazz album with a distinctly modern sound to it and whammo, track 4 turns it into. yes what exactly? Funky soul? Fusion? Pop Jazz (too unkind a characterization imo)? I just cannot seem to get used to the transition. I have similar feelings about some of the other content on this album. This SACD has been out for a while now and I have listened to it many times before I passed judgement. I guess I am missing the emotional connection with this album.
Personnel: McCoy Tyner. Title: With Stanley Clarke And Al Foster Year Released: 2000 Record Label: Telarc Records. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process. Learn how. About McCoy Tyner. Inception by Lawrence Peryer. McCoy Tyner: Extensions by Chris May.