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The Real McCoy is the seventh album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner and his first released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded on April 21, 1967 following Tyner's departure from the John Coltrane Quartet and features performances by Tyner with Joe Henderson, Ron Carter and Elvin Jones. Producer Alfred Lion recalls the recording session as a "pure jazz session. There is absolutely no concession to commercialism, and there's a deep, passionate love for the music embedded in each of the selections".
Jason McCoy is the second album by Canadian country music singer Jason McCoy. Country Side" (Jason McCoy) - 3:54. This Used to Be Our Town" (Denny Carr, McCoy, Chris Lindsey) - 3:46. Learning a Lot About Love" (Terrine Barnes, McCoy) - 3:35. Candle" (McCoy, Barnes) - 3:07. I Know How to Love You" (McCoy, Lindsey) - 3:00. Take It from Me" (McCoy) - 3:33. Fastest Man Alive" (McCoy) - 4:46. All the Way" (McCoy, Lindsey) - 4:18. Ghosts" (McCoy) - 4:18.
Another Night (Real McCoy album). Another Night is the multi-platinum album by the German Eurodance and Pop music project Real McCoy (also known as . Sar & The Real McCoy). The album features the hit singles "Another Night," "Automatic Lover (Call for Love)," "Run Away," "Love & Devotion" and the hit cover version of "Come and Get Your Love.
Real McCoy chronology. Space Invaders (1994)Space Invaders1994. Another Night (1995). Another Night" is the 1995 . re-release of the second album from Real McCoy (. Sar & The Real McCoy) by Arista Records. Upon release in the . in 1995, it peaked at No. 6 on the UK Albums Chart and N. 3 on the . Billboard 200. However, a different version of the album had already been released in Europe by Hansa Records under the title Space Invaders in 1994. The "Space Invaders" version of the album had been already been a huge success in Europe.
Biography by Scott Yanow. Jazz pianist whose inventive two-handed forays, extensive modal solos, and dashing phrases made him arguably the best pianist to debut in the '60s. Overview . Biography . Discography .
Reissued, Remastered. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – P. Green*
Written-By – Torme*, McCoy*, Rees*
|B1||The Sound Of Thunder
Written-By – McCoy*, Rees*
|B2||Temporary Threshold Shift
Written-By – J. McCoy*
|B3||Because You Lied
Written-By – J. McCoy*
- Distributed By – IDS
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – McCoy Music/Patch Music Ltd
- Recorded At – Maison Rouge
- Recorded At – Hillside Studio
- Published By – Rachel Music Ltd.
- Published By – McCoy Music
- Published By – Patch Music Ltd.
- Bass – John McCoy
- Drums – Liam Genockey (tracks: A1, A2, B3), Ron Rebel* (tracks: B1, B2)
- Engineer – Bob Broglia (tracks: B1, B2)
- Guitar – Paul Samson (tracks: B1, B2), Steve Linton (tracks: A1, A2, B3)
- Keyboards – Colin Towns
- Producer – John McCoy (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2, B3), Tony Taverner (tracks: A1, A2, B3)
- Vocals – T. Bone Rees*
NotesA1, A2 and B3 Recorded at Maison Rouge Studios, London, UK
B1 and B2 Recorded at Hillside Studios, London, UK
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): LLM 109 A1 A MT* DAMONT
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): LLM 109 B1 A MT* DAMONT
|UP 150||McCoy||McCoy (12", MiniAlbum)||Universe Productions||UP 150||Netherlands||1983|
|VLP-187||McCoy||McCoy (12", MiniAlbum)||Legacy Records, Victoria||VLP-187||Spain||1986|
|VMC-187||McCoy||McCoy (Cass, MiniAlbum)||Legacy Records, Victoria||VMC-187||Spain||1986|