When playing behind a soloist in a modal tune, many musicians struggle to maintain interest and variety in their comping.
This video explains a comping technique that McCoy Tyner used, which will allow you to have better and more interesting interaction with a soloist on a modal tune. It’s especially useful for playing with tenor sax players.
This video won’t teach you to sound like McCoy. It will teach you the landscape on which he developed his musicality, so you can explore that landscape and develop your own voice within that world of sound.
Give it a shot, and let me know if you have any questions.