McCoy Tyner

Jackson, Blair
December 2008
Mix;Dec2008, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p52
The article underscores the sound engineering of McCoy Tyner's album "Guitars." It states that for these quartet recordings Tyner was joined by bassist Ron Carter and drummer Jack DeJohnette. It also mentions that Randy Funke mixed the album at his home studio, Zone Media, and he sent mixes to John Snyder who produced the album.


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