Trident is a 1975 album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner (born 1938), his eighth to be released on the Milestone label. It was recorded in February 1975 and features performances by Tyner with Ron Carter (born 1937) and Elvin Jones (1927–2004). this set finds Tyner in peak form". All compositions by McCoy Tyner except as indicated.
Accompanied by bassist Ron Carter and Elvin Jones, Tyner (who uses harpsichord and/or celeste for flavoring on three of the six pieces) shows why he was considered the most influential acoustic pianist of the era (before Bill Evans began to surpass him in that category). Whether it be Jobim's "Once I Loved," "Impressions," "Ruby, My Dear" or Tyner's three powerful originals, this set finds Tyner in peak form.
Trident is a 1975 album by jazz pianist McCoy Tyner (born 1938), his eighth to be released on the Milestone label. 1 Critical reception.
Producer – Orrin Keepnews. Recorded (February 18 and 19, 1975) Remixed and mastered at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, Ca. A1, A3 & B1 Published by Aisha Music-BMI A2 Published by Corcovado Music-BMI B2 Published by Jowcol Music-BMI B3 Published by Consolidated Music-ASCAP Distributed by Fantasy Records, Berkeley, California. 1975 Milestone Records Printed in . Sleeve) Made in Germany by Bellaphon Records. Trident (CD, Album, RE, RM). Original Jazz Classics, Milestone (4). OJCCD-720-2, M-9063. Trident (LP, Album, RE).
Guitars is an album by McCoy Tyner released on his McCoy Tyner Music (a subsidiary of Half Note Records) label in 2008. It was recorded in September 2006 and features performances by Tyner, Ron Carter and Jack DeJohnette with guitarists Marc Ribot, John Scofield, Béla Fleck, Derek Trucks, and Bill Frisell. The album also contains a DVD featuring video footage of the studio sessions.
5. Impressions Lyrics.
This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 99/160 BPM).
Celestial Chant, 06:55. Elvin (Sir) Jones, 05:23.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Harpsichord – McCoy TynerWritten-By – McCoy Tyner
|A2||Once I Loved
Celesta [Celeste] – McCoy TynerWritten-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
|A3||Elvin (Sir) Jones
Written-By – McCoy Tyner
|B1||Land Of The Lonely
Celesta [Celeste] – McCoy TynerHarpsichord – McCoy TynerWritten-By – McCoy Tyner
Written-By – John Coltrane
|B3||Ruby, My Dear
Written-By – Thelonious Monk
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Milestone Records
- Recorded At – Fantasy Studios
- Remixed At – Fantasy Studios
- Mastered At – Fantasy Studios
- Published By – Aisha Music
- Published By – Corcovado Music Corp.
- Published By – Jowcol Music
- Published By – Consolidated Music Publishers
- Manufactured By – Victor Musical Industries, Inc.
- Art Direction – Phil Carroll
- Bass – Ron Carter
- Drums – Elvin Jones
- Engineer – Jim Stern
- Mastered By – David Turner
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Phil Bray
- Photography By [Liner Photos] – Burt Goldblatt
- Piano – McCoy Tyner
NotesContains single-sided inner sheet with Japanese liner notes.
Recorded (February 18 and 19, 1975), remixed, and Mastered at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, Ca.
℗ 1975, Milestone Records
Ⓚ Victor Musical Industries, Inc. ℗ 75
Manufactured by Victor Musical Industries, Inc., Tokyo, Japan, from a master recording owned by Milestone Records, Inc, U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society (Tracks: A1-A3, B1, B2): BMI
- Rights Society (Tracks: B3): ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, stamped): ₢ Ⓑ M 9063A 1 1 1 +
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, stamped): M 9063B 1 1 1 +
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): M-9063-A
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): M-9063-B
- Other (Price): ¥2,200
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|HBS 6035||McCoy Tyner||Trident (LP, Album, RE)||Milestone||HBS 6035||Italy||1976|
|2C 066-97.355||McCoy Tyner||Trident (LP, Album)||Milestone||2C 066-97.355||France||1976|
|OJC20 720-2, M-9063||McCoy Tyner||Trident (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Original Jazz Classics, Milestone||OJC20 720-2, M-9063||Europe||2003|