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Tyner timeOn the original sleeve notes, Ed Williams describes Tyner's music as "addressing nerve ends rather than the nervous system, that is why he can appeal to our emotional responses deep within". The album allows Tyner to further explore his interest in African sounds, aided and abetted by Bobby Hutcherson, Herbie Lewis and Freddie Waits.

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  • Artist(s): McCoy Tyner
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