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Double Trios

CD (Item 895066) Denon (Japan), 1986 — Condition: Used
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Bold work from McCoy Tyner – a sweet set recorded for the Japanese Denon label in the 80s! The title's a reference to two different trios used by Tyner for the record – one with Avery Sharpe on bass and Louis Hayes on drums, plus a bit of percussion from Steve Thornton – the other a group with Marcus Miller on electric bass and Jeff Tain Watts on drums, plus more percussion from Thornton! McCoy's got a righteous feel on the acoustic bass sides – very much his best post-Coltrane spirit, particularly that which was let loose in some of the more freewheeling trio dates. The electric bass cuts by the second trio have a slightly different swing – still great work from McCoy, but an undercurrent of fusion too. Titles include "Dreamer", "Latino Suite", "Down Home", "Sudan", and "Lover Man".  © 1996-2022, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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