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McCoy Tyner: Inception

McCoy Tyner: Inception

McCoy Tyner should receive as much attention as Thelonious Monk, Oscar Peterson and even Bill Evans. For some reason, he doesn't, and I have no idea why not. Tyner's recordings are as inventive, as rich and as stunning as the other three piano leaders. Of course, Peterson and Monk came up in the late 1940s, and ...

Album

Inception

Label: Impulse!
Released: 2012
Track listing: Inception; There Is No Greater Love; Blues for Gwen; Sunset; Effendi; Speak Low.

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Article: Album Review

McCoy Tyner Trio: Inception

Read "Inception" reviewed by Lawrence Peryer


Though two tracks from October 1960 were previously issued under McCoy Tyner's name, they were outtakes from John Coltrane dates where the saxophonist sat out. Inception marks the pianist's first proper release as bandleader, with the sessions for Impulse! taking place at Rudy Van Gelder's studio on January 10 and 11, 1962. Of the set's six ...

Album

InCeption

Label: Furio Tones
Released: 2001
Track listing: How High the Moon; Long Before I Knew You; Calling You; A Day in the Life of a Fool; Misery; The Way You Look Tonight; Alone; Places That Belong to You

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Article: Album Review

Tony Furio: InCeption

Read "InCeption" reviewed by Dave Nathan


InCeption self-produced album obviously within tight budget constraints. There is no information about Tony Furio in the liner notes and the evil synthesizer is employed in lieu of real instruments. But most of all, only 22 minutes of music are provided, parsimony that asks too much of both potential purchaser and reviewer. For the former, it's ...

Album

Inception

Label: Impulse! Records
Released: 1962


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