Was a while ago.....but here goes anyway:
The band included, McCoy Tyner, Ravi Coltrane, Pharroh Sanders, Charnett Moffet, Eric Harland.
Mcocy was just being McCoy, he didn't solo alot though. Ravi Coltrane was truly impressive, Ifigured it would just be someone trying to fake a John Coltrane, but he really has developed his own style. His tone is just like his dads, however his phrasing and note selection is truly Ravi. Pharroh Sanders..and I mean no disrespect, just doesn't have it anymore. He kept reaching into his back of tricks, which is very small indeed. He kept doing this flutter tounge thing, and had several licks he liked to play. He couldn't really deliver them like he used to either. Eric Harland showed amazing chops during his solos, but it felt like he didn't want to be there. He played alot of repetive funk loops, he wasn't playing off the solos, or leading any solos...the theme for him was, the bigger the solo got, the more fills he did. he showed amazing chops though.
Now I saved the best for last.....Charnett Moffet, he droped the house every time he soloed, truly amazing and truly unique. His funk basslines were delivered with such force and precission it made me want to cry. He almost played faster then some guitar players I know . His solos were filled with brand new ideas....you're just going to have to see him for yourself to find out what he is really like though....indescribable with words.
Overall...I would give it an 8/10. Set was kind of short, about an hour and fifteen. It was filled with funky, fusion stuff. And it had one straight ahead ballad. It featured Ravi, and Pharroh more than anything else. but moffet's solos were truly jaw dropping.