This is one of the great McCoy Tyner
recordings. The powerful, percussive, and highly influential pianist sounds quite inspired throughout his appearance at the 1973 Montreux Jazz Festival. Azar Lawrence
(on tenor and soprano) is also quite noteworthy and there is plenty of interplay with bassist Juney Booth
and drummer Alphonse Mouzon
. But Tyner
is the main star, whether it be on his three-part "Enlightenment Suite," "Presence," "Nebula," or the 25-minute "Walk Spirit, Talk Spirit."