We pay tribute to the life & music of the great #McCoyTyner at https://t.co/dWc49H1FJ7. Read our Spotlight feature on "The Real McCoy" stream our playlist "McCoy Tyner: The Finest," & explore the Blue Note legacy of the legendary pianist & composer. pic.twitter.com/cwv2N1ZDvO— Blue Note Records (@bluenoterecords) March 7, 2020
relationships within The quartet, Coltrane began to get complicated, starting from the breakthrough of free jazz, the saxophonist and Tyner began a solo career creating his own trio. Between 1967 and 1970, the pianist performs with the Blue Records, the historical label a series of albums: The Real McCoy (1967), Tender Moments (1967), Time for Tyner (1967), Expansions (1968) and Extensions (1970).
Five Grammy Awards, more than 80 album, an infinite series of concerts around the world, the pianist has achieved in his long career, a series of awards from the National Endowment of the Arts’ Jazz Master Award in 2002 at the Heroes Award from the Philadelphia Chapter of the Recording Academy of his native town, he cared very much.
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