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  1. Wayne Shorter (born August 25, 1933) is an American jazz composer and saxophonist.
  2. Wayne Shorter is a veteran who has played with all the greats, and is regarded as one himself.
  3. Wayne Shorter is one of the most important composers of the post be-bop era and perhaps the greatest jazz composer alive. (Web site)
  4. Wayne Shorter (photo above) is one of the great contemporary jazz composers. (Web site)
  5. Wayne Shorter is one of the most unique and influential saxophonists and composers performing today. (Web site)

Days

  1. These days he plays with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock, as well as leading his own groups.
  2. From the days when the 60's Davis quartet came together to today, one of the most enduring figures in jazz has been Wayne Shorter. (Web site)

Cassandra Wilson

  1. After a difficult start he met several musicians living in and around the city such as George Benson, Wayne Shorter, Kenny Barron, and Cassandra Wilson.

Longest Lasting Fusion Group

  1. Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter joined forces to launch Weather Report which was the longest lasting Fusion Group and perhaps the most successful. (Web site)
  2. Josef Zawinul and Wayne Shorter joined forces to launch Weather Report which was the longest lasting Fusion Group and perhaps the most successful.

Fusion Band Weather Report

  1. He played with Miles Davis on Bitch's Brew and went on to found the fusion band Weather Report with Wayne Shorter.

Tenor Saxophonist Wayne Shorter

  1. Spending 1956-58 in the Army, Walton was stationed first at Fort Dix, where he met tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, and later in Germany. (Web site)

Play

  1. Treinan said the groups will play a variety of jazz and blues tunes, including charts by Wayne Shorter and Duke Ellington.

Piece

  1. Another piece by Wayne Shorter, the abstract setting makes the piece sound like it could speed up at any second, but it remains a beautiful, slow piece. (Web site)
  2. The piece is best known from the 1997 Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter duet album, 1 + 1.

Record

  1. My mother would play the record, Native Dancer with Wayne Shorter and Milton Nascimento, almost every night to put me to sleep. (Web site)
  2. He did a record which featured Wayne Shorter on some tracks. (Web site)

Group

  1. Herbie Hancock had this to say of Shorter's tenure in the group: "The master writer to me, in that group, was Wayne Shorter. (Web site)
  2. That evening, Wayne Shorter heard the group and asked me to come to NY to record with him.

Addition

  1. In addition to his playing skill, Wayne Shorter is equally acclaimed as one of the most brilliant composers in jazz. (Web site)

Spring

  1. In the spring of 2003 the Monk group made a recording featuring Terence Blanchard, Herbie Hancock, and Wayne Shorter. (Web site)

Concert

  1. The next concert in the series will be the Wayne Shorter Quartet and the Terell Stafford Quartet on Friday, March 28, 2008 at 8pm in Verizon Hall. (Web site)

Compositions

  1. All compositions are composed by Wayne Shorter and mainly comprised of gentle, balladic ones. (Web site)

Little Bit

  1. I must go back a little bit to about age 14, when I met a man who was responsible for getting people like Wayne Shorter and Walter Davis going. (Web site)

Ensemble

  1. Best known as the founder of the band Weather Report, with Wayne Shorter, he currently heads the ensemble called the Zawinul Syndicate. (Web site)

Musicians

  1. The interviews with Alice Coltrane, Wayne Shorter and others are illuminating and show how influential Coltrane was for other musicians.

Company

  1. There aren’t many rock guitarists who keep company with people such as Wayne Shorter, John McLaughlin, and John Lee Hooker.

Performers

  1. Other performers include jazz saxophonists Sonny Rollins and Wayne Shorter, best-selling trumpeter Chris Botti, and pianist and composer Herbie Hancock. (Web site)

Hancock

  1. Hancock is a member of the Japanese Buddhist movement, Soka Gakkai International, which also counts Tina Turner and Wayne Shorter among its members.

Band

  1. Disc 7 has Wayne Shorter finally into the band, but it's the same tunes we've been hearing and again not startling in any way.

Coleman

  1. Wayne Shorter replaced Coleman in 1964 for what came to be known as the trumpeter's second great quintet, stable for four years until early 1968.
  2. Shortly after this concert, Coleman was replaced by Wayne Shorter. (Web site)

Coltrane

  1. He also played with most of the key jazz artists of the post-war period (Monk, Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, etc.

Carnegie Hall

  1. Wayne Shorter and his quartet filled Carnegie Hall with abstruse harmonies and variable rhythms on Saturday.

Time

  1. He told Wayne Shorter that he was trying to learn how to start in the middle of a sentence and move in both directions at the same time.
  2. Wayne Shorter has impressed me every time I've heard him play and usually when others play him as well. (Web site)
  3. Happily for the company, Marsalis' group conception at that time was heavily influenced by the 1960s Davis band with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock.

Miles

  1. The music explores more open forms and while musicians hate comparisons, the music lies somewhere between Miles, Wayne Shorter and Dave Douglas.

Davis

  1. Davis finished his solo, carefully placed his horn on the piano and walked toward the bar as Wayne Shorter got into a soprano saxophone solo.

Soprano Saxophone

  1. By this point, Wayne Shorter was also doubling on soprano saxophone.

Playing

  1. Interestingly, Wayne Shorter sounded like a big influence at first, but a few hours later at the jam session, he was playing just like Charlie Parker. (Web site)
  2. Bassist Reggie Workman played with Wayne Shorter and John Coltrane and has a very fluid way of playing the instrument.

Jaco Pastorius

  1. She worked closely with jazz greats including Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Herbie Hancock, and on a 1979 record released after his death, Charles Mingus.

Tenor Saxophone

  1. I was just into the tenor saxophone, but my ears had always been open to Wayne Shorter and Coltrane. (Web site)

Michael Brecker

  1. Pure joy. If you've not heard of Michael Brecker but like John Coltrane or Wayne Shorter, give this man a listen. (Web site)

Steve Gadd

  1. Musicians had a field day with the title tack, which had powerful solos from Wayne Shorter and Steve Gadd.

Bass

  1. This is pretty much the original WR of Zawinul on keys, Wayne Shorter on saxes and Miroslav Vitous on bass. (Web site)

Soprano Sax

  1. Herbie Hancock (piano, keyboards), Wayne Shorter (soprano sax), Sam & Dave (vocals) and other great members joined.

Sonny Rollins

  1. That was no small accomplishment: it was also the blossoming time of John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins and Wayne Shorter. (Web site)

Chick Corea

  1. Bunny Brunel is a bassist who has played with various jazz notables including Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and numerous others. (Web site)

Mccoy Tyner

  1. As a lyricist, he first put words to and recorded works by McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Brubeck and others. (Web site)
  2. And the Blue Notes that had passed their expiration date, like the Cherry classics and most of Wayne Shorter and McCoy Tyner 's albums from the 60s. (Web site)

Memorable Songs

  1. One of his memorable songs, "Joanna's Theme", would later be re-recorded in 1997 on his duet album with Wayne Shorter 1 + 1.
  2. One of his memorable songs, Joanna's Theme would later be re-recorded in 1997 on his Wayne Shorter duet album 1 + 1.

Booker Little

  1. Dave Douglas did a series of records where he did Booker Little, Wayne Shorter, maybe a few other guys.

American Jazz Composer

  1. Miles Davis and Wayne Shorter in the 1960s quintet Wayne Shorter (born August 25, 1933) is an American jazz composer and saxophonist. (Web site)

Joe Henderson

  1. Rosnes was soon tapped for a series of high-profile gigs with jazz masters such as Johnson, Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, James Moody and others. (Web site)

Drums

  1. Both Mason and Clark contributed drums to the Hancock's 1975's solo album Man-Child which featured 18 musicians including Stevie Wonder and Wayne Shorter.

Dave Holland

  1. That influence is illustrated here by the works of Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland.

Lee Morgan

  1. Performing infront of Blakey's explosive drumming is Wayne Shorter on tenor, Lee Morgan on trumpet, Bobby Timmons on piano, and Jymie Merritt on bass.
  2. But, I also have a great interest in Lee Morgan, particularly from his early days with Wayne Shorter and Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.
  3. Most of the tracks were penned by Wayne Shorter or Lee Morgan and all feature high energy performances, especially by Wayne Shorter.

Ron Carter

  1. Miles starts his second quintet-- Tony Williams on drums, Wayne Shorter on Sax, Herbie Hancock on keys, Ron Carter on bass.

Zawinul

  1. Zawinul invited Pastorius to join the band, where he played alongside Joe and Wayne Shorter until 1983. (Web site)
  2. He played with trumpeter Maynard Ferguson, where he first met Wayne Shorter after Zawinul had an influence in hiring him.
  3. After recording a self-titled solo album, Zawinul left Adderley to form Weather Report with Wayne Shorter and Czech bassist Miroslav Vitous in November 1970. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Herbie Hancock
  2. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > Tony Williams
  3. Jazz Messengers
  4. Music > Musicians > Miles Davis > John Coltrane
  5. Music > Musicians > Bandleaders > Art Blakey

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