I am an "outlier" when it come to McCoy Tyner. I smiled when I saw the lengthy list of Tyner recordings on Milestone. It turns out that I only have one of his Milestone CDs. I had a number of them on LP and disposed of them when I came to realize that I did not like them.
I have 5 of Tyner's sessions on the Impulse label, 3 on Blue Note, 1 on the LRC label, 1 on Chesky, 1 on Telarc and the Verve Big Band session.
For my taste, Tyner is at his very best as a sideman on numerous Blue Note recordings by leaders such as Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Hank Mobley, etc. He also played well as a sideman on a few other labels in the 50's. I also like his early work with John Coltrane on Atlantic.
Much of his playing in his later years lacked interest for me. Often a heavy bombastic touch and ideas I did not care for most of the time.