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Three Flowers - McCoy Tyner - Today And Tomorrow (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Today and Tomorrow is the fourth album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner. It was recorded for the Impulse! label in and It features performances by Tyner with Jimmy Garrison, Albert Heath, John Gilmore, Thad Jones, Frank Strozier, Butch Warren and Elvin inmanmubanddurluaholtersbertiternigh.co: Jazz.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Today And Tomorrow on Discogs. Label: Impulse! - AS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • /5(20).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Today And Tomorrow on Discogs. Label: Impulse! - YPAI • Series: インパルス・ベスト・コレクション - 44 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Modal/5(5).
  4. A2, B1, B3 recorded 4 June, A1, A3, B2 recorded 4 February, Mid - late 70's issue, ABC Impulse green bulls-eye / green ring label. Catalog number is A on front cover, back cover and spine but AS on labels/5(3).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Today And Tomorrow on Discogs. Label: Impulse! - AS,ABC Records - ASA / ASB • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Modal/5(2).
  6. "Today and Tomorrow" is McCoy's best album for Impulse. The first third of the album is simply incredible, and ranks up there with anything recorded in (and in hindsight that was no easy task). The first three songs are played by a sextet comprised of Thad Jones, Frank Strozier, John Gilmore (making a rare appearance outside of the Sun Ra /5(16).
  7. McCoy Tyner's fourth studio album has a split personality, with three tracks featuring an intriguing sextet of all-stars, and the rest with his trusty trio, done eight months inmanmubanddurluaholtersbertiternigh.cos the tracks with bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Albert Heath were leftovers from a prior incomplete or aborted full session, but anything Tyner played in this period was precious.7/
  8. Nov 11,  · “Today and Tomorrow” is arguably McCoy’s best album for Impulse, and rivalled only by his subsequent first title for Blue Note (Liberty), The Real McCoy (). Tyner still shines in the richer sextet setting and the music is more compelling than in trio. The only improvement could have been for the Sextet to take the whole album.
  9. The fourth album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner. TODAY AND TOMORROW features a clear double personality: the three pieces made by an intriguing sextet all-stars (with John Gilmore, Thad Jones, Frank Strozier, Butch Warren, and Elvin Jones), and the remaining six songs played with the “conventional” pianist trio (with Jimmy Garrison and Albert Heath).