I appreciate the support. Top 50 JAzz Blog. However, it sounds like you might be lamenting the repetitive and boring use of pentatonics by less pentatonic licks from mc coy tyner improvisers, which I would argue is less the fault of the tools and more the fault of the workman not Reggie --and that can happen with any tool when it's used in an uncreative way which we've all heard done with blues scales, small-interval chromaticism, Bird licks, etc. Will learn this one.
Jazz Piano Lick Of The Day #74 – McCoy Tyner – “Satin Doll” – McCoy Plays Ellington
The answer, of course, is to find a way to fit in. But kids, in the early 's, something happened to pentatonic and its name was McCoy Tyner. The mighty Cecil would be a mere canary fart in that sawmill. I also think the Great Man problem is part of it.
In this case over the F7sus he is combining an F triad with and Eb triad. I never tried to systematically reproduce McCoy's approach as many students did. It seems to be natural for McCoy to play it; it's the very same with fourths: It's the widespread leakage of McCoy's harmonic approach into the general language of jazz that feels off; like the kid who's too old, but shows up at the playground anyway and doesn't fit in the swing; kinda like Jelly Roll Morton's "Spanish Tinge" run amok.
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