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Performer: McCoy Tyner Quartet
Genre: Jazz
Title: New York Reunion
Country: US
Released: 2007
FLAC version ZIP size: 1714 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1950 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1770 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 379
Other Formats: AIFF MP1 MIDI WAV AA WMA DXD

Quartet is a live album by McCoy Tyner released on his McCoy Tyner Music label in 2007. It was recorded in December 2006 at Yoshi's in Oakland, California and features performances by Tyner with Joe Lovano, Christian McBride, and Jeff "Tain" Watts.

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RCA Studio A, New York, NY. Label.

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New York Reunion by McCoy Tyner, released 04 June 1991 1. Recorda Me (Remember Me) 2. Miss Bea 3. What Is This Thing Called Love? 4. My Romance 5. Ask Me Now 6. Beautiful Love 7. A Quick Sketch 8. Home. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Mccoy Tyner Quartet '2006. New York Reunion '1991.

This Jazz album introduced me to McCoy Tyner. I now own a number others including both sacds and rbcds. He is one of of my favourite jazz pianists. On this one we have Joe Henderson on sax, Ron Carter on bass and Al Foster playing the drums. Compositions by MCoy Tyner, Ron carter, Joe Henderson and others are classical jazz compositions by Monk and others.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Recorda Me (Remember Me)
Composed By – Joe Henderson
9:48
2 Miss Bea (Dedicated To Mother)
Composed By – McCoy Tyner
7:06
3 What Is This Thing Called Love?
Composed By – Cole Porter
8:01
4 My Romance
Composed By – Rodgers & Hart
6:32
5 Ask Me Now
Composed By – Thelonious Monk
12:08
6 Beautiful Love
Composed By – B.B. King, Egbert Van Alstyne, Haven Gillespie, Victor Young
9:13
7 A Quick Sketch
Composed By – Ron Carter
10:30
8 Home
Composed By – McCoy Tyner
10:55

Credits

  • Bass – Ron Carter
  • Drums – Al Foster
  • Executive-Producer – Norman Chesky
  • Piano – McCoy Tyner
  • Producer – David Chesky
  • Recorded By – Bob Katz
  • Tenor Saxophone – Joe Henderson

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 90368 03346 8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JD51 McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster - New York Reunion ‎(CD, Album) Chesky Records JD51 US 1991
JD51 McCoy Tyner Quartet New York Reunion ‎(CD, Album, RE) Chesky Records JD51 Unknown
SACD206 McCoy Tyner Quartet New York Reunion ‎(SACD, Hybrid, Album) Chesky Records SACD206 Europe 2000
JG9051 McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster McCoy Tyner Quartet, Joe Henderson, Ron Carter, Al Foster - New York Reunion ‎(CD, Album) Chesky Records JG9051 1991
LP051 McCoy Tyner Quartet New York Reunion ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Chesky Records LP051 US 2016

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On “New York Reunion” you gonna hear the McCoy Tyner Quartet [with Joe Henderson, Ron Carter and Al Foster] delightfully swing and sonically soar like you’ll seldom hear. This is bright daytime jazz, jazz to set your head to bopping, your fingers to popping, and a ray of sunshine to be forever over your head while this album’s on your stereo.No doubt one of the main reasons this albums reaches the lofty heights it does, is because there is no showboating to be found; just a group of cats who know their trade, know their notes, know each other, and play to the ceiling ... like there’s nothing else that matters. And to that end, there’s barely a note you’re not gonna enjoy.Review by Jenell Kesler