Extensions is an album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded on February 9, 1970 and released in January 1973. It features performances by Tyner with Gary Bartz, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, Elvin Jones, and has Alice Coltrane on three tracks.
Producer – Duke Pearson. Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder. Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter. Trumpet – Woody Shaw. Recorded on August, 23 1968. Expansions (CD, Album, RE). Applause Records, Applause Records. Expansions (LP, Album, RE).
McCoy Tyner – Expansions. McCoy Tyner – Expansions. Label: Applause Records – APBC 2310, Applause Records – 4416. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Expansions (LP, Album, RE). Blue Note, Blue Note.
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His fourth album for the iconic Blue Note label, ‘Expansions’ was an ambitious work that found pianist McCoy Tyner in brand new territory. Published on. June 23, 2019. Tyner’s professional career began when he was just 15, playing in local R&B bands, but he soon outgrew them. He first came onto the radar of the wider jazz public after he played in Benny Golson and Art Farmer’s groundbreaking band, The Jazztet, in 1959
Expansions is the tenth album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner and his fourth released on the Blue Note label. It was recorded in August 1968 and features performances by Tyner with Woody Shaw, Gary Bartz, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, Herbie Lewis, and Freddie Waits.
Expansions (album), by American jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, released in 1970. Expansion pack in gaming, extra content for games, often simply "expansion". Expansion (geometry), an operation on geometric objects with flat sides. Expansion (model theory), in mathematical logic, a mutual converse of a reduct.
Tyner's group (comprised of trumpeter Woody Shaw, altoist Gary Bartz, tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter on cello, bassist Herbie Lewis, and drummer Freddie Waits) is particularly strong, the compositions (four Tyner originals plus Calvin Massey's "I Thought I'd Let You Know") are challenging, and the musicians seem quite inspired by each other's presence.