McCoy Tyner Big Band: Journey, Tape
McCoy Tyner Big Band: Journey, Tape
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McCoy Tyner Big Band
Journey
  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Verve Records
  • (P4 19941 CRC)
  • 7 Tracks
  • UPC 020831474245
  • EX+ / EX-
  • virgin
  • still sealed, cut-out slit in case

tracks

A1

Samba Dei Ber

Baritone saxophone
  • Ronnie Cuber
Conductor
  • Bob Belden
Percussion
  • Valtinho Anastacio
Soloist
  • Slide Hampton
Trombone
  • Slide Hampton
Written by
Arranged by
  • .
4:20
A2

Juanita

Conductor
  • Bob Belden
Soloist
  • Avery Sharpe
  • Steve Turre
Written by
Arranged by
  • Steve Turre
11:00
A3

Choices

Soloist
  • Billy Harper
Written by
Conductor
  • Dennis Mackrel
Arranged by
  • Dennis Mackrel
11:17
A4

You Taught My Heart To Sing

Arranged by
  • Bob Belden
Conductor
  • Bob Belden
French horn
  • John Clark
Trumpet
  • Jerry Gonzalez
Vocals
  • Dianne Reeves
Written by
6:17
B1

Peresina

Arranged by
  • Bob Belden
  • McCoy Tyner
Conductor
  • Bob Belden
Soloist
  • Billy Harper
  • Eddie Henderson
Written by
11:15
B2

Blues On The Corner

Arranged by
  • Dennis Mackrel
Conductor
  • Dennis Mackrel
Soloist
  • Eddie Henderson
  • John Stubblefield
Written by
9:29
B3

January In Brasil

Conductor
  • Bob Belden
Congas
  • Jerry Gonzalez
Soloist
  • Aaron Scott
  • Joe Ford
Written by
Arranged by
  • Avery Sharpe
Electric bass
  • Avery Sharpe
6:04

Credits

Alto saxophone
  • Joe Ford
  • Doug Harris
Flute
  • Doug Harris
Art direction
  • Patrice Beauséjour
Bass
  • Avery Sharpe
Coordinator
  • Francois Zalacain
  • Chris Maguire
  • Nate Herr
Design
  • CB Graphic
Drums
  • Aaron Scott
Engineer
  • John Wall
  • Robert Friedrich
  • A.T. Michael MacDonald
French horn
  • John Clark
Percussion
  • Jerry Gonzalez
Trumpet
  • Jerry Gonzalez
  • Earl Gardner
  • Eddie Henderson
  • Virgil Jones
Photography by
  • Gene Martin
Producer
  • Jean-François Deiber
Soloist
  • McCoy Tyner
Piano
  • McCoy Tyner
Tenor saxophone
  • Billy Harper
  • John Stubblefield
Trombone
  • Frank Lucy
  • Steve Turre
Tuba
  • Tony Underwood

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