McCoy Tyner

Nat Birchall: Sacred Dimension – review

Saxophonist Nat Birchall is a John Coltrane admirer but he gets Coltrane's spiritual message at a deeper level than most – as this album attests, writes John Fordham

John Fordham

08, Dec, 2011 @10:02 PM

CD: McCoy Tyner: Guitars

Sporadic moments of fascination

John Fordham

31, Oct, 2008 @3:32 PM

McCoy Tyner/Various, Bath festival

Bath festival

John Fordham

27, May, 2008 @11:10 PM

Jazz preview

Andy Sheppard, Bath; London | McCoy Tyner, on tour

John Fordham

23, May, 2008 @11:10 PM

Jazz really is an international language now

Recent concerts by McCoy Tyner and Joe Lovano showed that the days when American jazzers looked down their mouthpieces at British musicians are long gone.

John Fordham

02, Mar, 2007 @3:08 PM

McCoy Tyner, Barbican, London

Four stars Barbican, London

John Fordham

28, Feb, 2007 @11:47 PM

Jazz preview: Feb 24-Mar 2

Gwilym Simcock, London | McCoy Tyner Septet, London

John Fordham

24, Feb, 2007 @11:55 PM

McCoy Tyner, Royal Northern College of Music

Royal Northern College of Music

James Griffiths

07, Nov, 2005 @1:45 AM

McCoy Tyner/ John Surman Sage, Gateshead

Sage, Gateshead

John Fordham

22, Mar, 2005 @9:51 AM

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CD: McCoy Tyner, Tender Moments

(Blue Note)

John Fordham

24, Dec, 2004 @2:09 AM

Jazz CD of the week: McCoy Tyner, Illuminations

Jazz CD of the week: McCoy Tyner, Illuminations

Dave Gelly

31, Jul, 2004 @11:53 PM

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CD: McCoy Tyner, Illuminations

(Telarc)

John Fordham

23, Jul, 2004 @1:31 AM

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