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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, March 9, 1999
McCoy Tyner and Joe Henderson are at their peak as players during this period
( in my opinion ) By that I mean they've establish a harmonic language that they'd build upon for... Read more
Tyner's playing is repetitive and sloppy. Bill Evans he ain't. Carter and Jones are great as usual, but try as they might, they can not make up for the pianist's creative weakness.Published 7 months ago by kurt sax
McCoy is a master, and this CD contains some of his masterpieces. A must have for any jazz lover's collection.Published 9 months ago by Wes Bethel
Perhaps the best of all of Tyner's Blue Note outings, which is a considerable achievement.
The 4et with Joe Hen, Ron & Elvin can do no wrong. Read more
A must-have for your bebop collection. This album beautifully illustrates what sets Tyner apart from other jazz pianists then and now. I go back to this album often. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Joe Williams
After I saw him in concert I had to get the cd. It is great and I really enjoy having it in my collection.Published 17 months ago by Tara King
A marvelous record. Extremely well played, visceral, bright, bordering on perfection. Something to listen and have a unique and unforgettable memory.Published 21 months ago by Thiago Salgado
Could not wait to hear this quartet, it's what I expected and more it was almost like hearing the Coltrane quartet but with McCoy's twist on it absolutely loved it.Published 23 months ago by John L.