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McCoy TynerInner Voices

Label:Milestone (4) – M-9079
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Free Jazz, Fusion, Modal

Tracklist

A1For Tomorrow6:04
A2Uptown7:27
A3Rotunda6:43
B1Opus9:32
B2Festival In Bahia10:04
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Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, N.Y.C; September 1, 2, 6, 7,and 8, 1977.
remixed at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley; October 1977.

Printed inner sleeve with pic and credits.

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  • Rights Society: BMI

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Inner Voices (LP, Album)Milestone (4), Milestone (4)M-9113, M.9113France1977
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Inner Voices (LP, Album)Bellaphon, Milestone (4)BLPS 19267, M-9079Germany1977
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Inner Voices (8-Track Cartridge, Album, Stereo)Milestone (4)8161-9079HUS1977
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Inner Voices (LP, Album)Milestone (4), Milestone (4)SMJ-6206, M-9079Japan1978
Inner Voices (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Original Jazz Classics, Milestone (4)OJCCD 1039-2, M-9079Europe2000

Reviews

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nopussyfooting
Edited 2 months ago
As the others have said, an awesome and slept on album in this man's legendary catalog. I was first introduced to this album when I recently purchased it for $2 as a still sealed original.
Love the sense of urgency and passion, especially the powerful drums and McCoy's hammering piano chords on the closing track.
Tyner's 70s work on Milestone truly deserves a reappraisal.

Edit: This album kicks ASS
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letomval
Very good and very, very underrated spiritual jazz album by McCoy Tyner and a chorus of men and women doing the "lalala" wordless part.
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foogoo
Amazing album, nearly all tracks feature a chorus of voices singing wordless vocals which acts pretty much like it's own section in a big band...this might put hard core Jazz fans off but if you like Charles Stepney's vocal arrangements for Rotary Connection (this is similar-ish) and are looking for some exciting Jazz then this is a must! Tyner's piano playing is exhilarating here it must be said too.