Mccoy tyner song of the new world


Tyner's first main exposure came with Benny Golson , being the first pianist in Golson's and Art Farmer 's Jazztet (1960). After departing the Jazztet, Tyner joined John Coltrane's group in 1960 during its extended run at the Jazz Gallery, replacing Steve Kuhn (Coltrane had known Tyner for a while in Philadelphia, and featured one of the pianist's compositions, "The Believer", as early as 1958). He appeared on the saxophonist's popular recording of " My Favorite Things " for Atlantic Records . The Coltrane Quartet, which consisted of Coltrane on saxophone, Tyner, Jimmy Garrison on bass, and Elvin Jones on drums, toured almost non-stop between 1961 and 1965 and recorded a number of albums, including Live! at the Village Vanguard , Ballads , Live at Birdland , Crescent , A Love Supreme , and The John Coltrane Quartet Plays , on the Impulse! label.


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