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The Natural Bridge - McCoy Tyner - Blue Bossa (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Aug 29,  · McCoy Tyner has had an illustrious career. From working as a sidemen on John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme to his classic jazz albums as a frontman such as The Real McCoy. Today I would like to talk about one of his lesser known albums which I thoroughly enjoyed, Blue plejsamodevilwoodsfirscashelproducktpud.coinfo McCoy Tyner on piano as the frontman, Avery Sharpe on bass, Aaron Scott on .
  2. ‘Deus Brasileiro’ is another Valle brothers tune. Marcos and Paulo Sergio were the natural bridge between the early bossa elitists and the new bossa-influenced pop emerging in the late 60s. The third Valle brothers song is ‘Preciso Aprender a Ser Só’ and another that received English lyrics during Marcos’ stay Stateside.
  3. Blue Bossa is a album by McCoy Tyner released on the LRC label. It was recorded in February and features performances by Tyner with Avery Sharpe, Aaron Scott, Raphael Cruz and Claudio Roditi. "McCoy Tyner has had an illustrious career.
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  5. Sep 26,  · Blue Bossa Written-By – Kenny Durham* 2: Recife's Blues Written-By – Claudio Roditi: 3: I'll Take Romance Written-By – Ben Oakland: 4: Rotunda Written-By – McCoy Tyner: 5: We'll Be Together Again Written-By – Carl Fischer (2), Frankie Lane* 6: The Natural Bridge Written-By – Claudio Roditi: 7.
  6. A great little record – a lively session from pianist McCoy Tyner, and one that's served up with a good deal of Latin influence in the rhythms! The sound here is easily on a par with any of Tyner's albums for bigger labels – especially Fantasy in the 70s – and the tracks are long and highly creative, often propelled by a strong sense of rhythm on the bottom, and .
  7. The album combines two tracks which appeared on Blue Bossa with three performances first released on an LRC album with other tracks by Roland Hanna. The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow calls the album "A good but not essential outing".
  8. Blue Bossa is a album by McCoy Tyner released on the LRC label. It was recorded in February and features performances by Tyner with Avery Sharpe, Aaron Scott, Raphael Cruz and Claudio Roditi.