Posts Tagged ‘McCoy Tyner’

Three for Tuesday

Three for Tuesday

It is a good week when three new jazz piano releases are coming out on Tuesday, 8/25. Jazz piano legend McCoy Tyner’s new release, Solo: Live From San Francisco (Dig) [LIVE] was recorded live during the SFJAZZ Spring Season in May 2007. I attended this magnificent concert and am very excited about this album which […]

My Funny Valentine

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, I searched my music collection and found 24 versions of the Rodgers and Hart classic gem,”My Funny Valentine” which was first featured in the Broadway musical “Babe in Arms” in 1937. Below are the versions of “My Funny Valentine” in my music collection. Notably, on the Frank Sinatra/Lorrie Morgan duet, […]

Celebrating our history in music…

Lena Horne and Count Basie in the 40’s. Now before you ask, no, I did not take this wonderful photograph nor was I there when it was taken. I found this wonderful gem while surfing the web and wanted to share it. I have not been blogging much these days. I am working on a […]

What makes you feel like doing stuff like that….

Can you just tell me why certain people feel as though they can walk into a room and act as if they own every seat in a row including yours? I was hanging out in LA over the weekend with a fellow audiophile and we went to see the legendary pianist McCoy Tyner at the […]