A tribute to McCoy Tyner plus music from Baker and Murray

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This week a tribute to the legendary McCoy Tyner, plus a dip in the archive and a new release. The great McCoy Tyner sadly passed on March 6th. With a stellar career, best known as part of the great John Coltrane Quartet, and with a respectable solo discography, he is one the giants of jazz in the late 20th and early 21st century. A brief look into a remarkable lifetime of music.

Also on the show great cuts from trumpet maestro Chet Baker and the great tenor saxophonist David Murray. There's also a track from the new album from Christopher Hollyday who returns with the second release since his come back.


  • McCoy Tyner "Moment's Notice" from Passion Dance (Milestone) 00:00
  •  John Coltrane "I Want To Talk About You" from Live at Birdland (Impulse) 10:30
  • Chet Baker "Milestones" from Burnin' at Backstreet (Fresh Sounds Records) 19:02
  • Chet Baker "The Girl from Greenland" from Chet in Paris Vol. 1 (EmArcy) 32:32
  • Wayne Shorter "Ju Ju" from Ju Ju (Blue Note) 38:12
  • David Murray and the David Murray and the Gwo-Ka Masters "Canto Oneguine" from The Devil Tried to Kill Me (Justin Time Records) 47:07
  • Charlie Parker "Dizzy Atmosphere" from Bird on 52nd Street (Jazz Workshop) 57:00
  • Hank Mobley "The Morning After" from A Caddy for Daddy (Blue Note) 1:00:51
  • David Murray "Return of the Lost Tribe" from A Sanctuary Within (Black Saint) 1:11:00
  • John Coltrane Quartet "Nature Boy" from The John Coltrane Quartet Plays (Impluse) 1:21:37
  • Christopher Hollyday "Dialogue" from Dialogue (Jazzbeat Productions) 1:29:58
  • McCoy Tyner "Contemplation" from The Real McCoy (Blue Note) 1:36:49
  • McCoy Tyner "Malika" from Asante (Blue Note) 1:46:32

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