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Live at Sweet Basil
     

Live at Sweet Basil

by The McCoy Tyner Trio
 
This double CD (originally recorded for King in 1989) finds the great pianist McCoy Tyner stretching out with bassist Avery Sharpe and drummer Aaron Scott on five standards, a pair of songs apiece by John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk, and two of his own originals. Tyner has

Overview

This double CD (originally recorded for King in 1989) finds the great pianist McCoy Tyner stretching out with bassist Avery Sharpe and drummer Aaron Scott on five standards, a pair of songs apiece by John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk, and two of his own originals. Tyner has continued to grow in density and power through the years and by this time possessed a technique nearly on the level of an Art Tatum; his version of "Yesterdays," although different, somehow recalls Tatum. With other highpoints including "Monk's Dream," "Don't Blame Me" and "Just in Time," this two-fer gives one a definitive look at McCoy Tyner in the late '80s.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/27/1995
Label:
Evidence
UPC:
0730182210620
catalogNumber:
22106

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Performance Credits

McCoy Tyner Trio   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Avery Sharpe   Bass
McCoy Tyner   Piano
Aaron Scott   Drums

Technical Credits

Matt Dennis   Composer
Jerome Kern   Composer
Betty Comden   Composer
Adolph Green   Composer
Otto Harbach   Composer
Horst Liepolt   Producer
David Raksin   Composer
Jule Styne   Composer
Kazunori Sugiyama   Engineer
Yoichi Nakao   Executive Producer
Rafi Zabor   Liner Notes
Tom Adair   Composer
F. Wess   Composer
Kazunori Sugiyami   Engineer

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