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  • Wayne Shorter - Footprints

    7:30

    Wayne Shorter - Footprints. From 'Adam's Apple'. Shorter (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Reggie Workman (b), Joe Chambers (d).

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  • Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland, and Brian Blade - Full Concert

    48:56

    Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland, and Brian Blade - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/15/2004 - Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Sonrisa
    0:22:12 - Pathways
    0:36:27 - Auung San Suu Kiy

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  • Wayne Shorter - Black Diamond

    1:2:45

    Wayne Shorter - Black Diamond (Full Album)
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    Track list:
    1 | 00:00 | Wayne Shorter - Pay As You Go (Wayne Shorter)
    2 | 03:40 | Wayne Shorter - The Albatross (Wayne Shorter)
    3 | 09:01 | Wayne Shorter - Mack The Knife (Weill, Blitzstein)
    4 | 13:28 | Wayne Shorter - Blues A La Carte (Wayne Shorter)
    5 | 19:04 | Wayne Shorter - Getting To Know You (Oscar Hammerstein Ii, Richard Rodgers)
    6 | 23:20 | Wayne Shorter - Harry's Last Stand (Wayne Shorter)
    7 | 28:00 | Wayne Shorter - Black Diamond (Wayne Shorter)
    8 | 34:01 | Wayne Shorter - Pug Nose (Wayne Shorter)
    9 | 40:51 | Wayne Shorter - Tenderfoot (Wayne Shorter)
    10 | 44:15 | Wayne Shorter - Second Genesis (Wayne Shorter)
    11 | 48:24 | Wayne Shorter - The Ruby And The Pearl (Ray Evans, Jay Livingston)
    12 | 54:17 | Wayne Shorter - Mister Chairman (Wayne Shorter)
    13 | 57:31 | Wayne Shorter - I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
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  • Wayne Shorter Quartet live a the North Sea Jazz Festival • 13-07-1986 • World of Jazz

    1:28:45

    Wayne Shorter (born August 25, 1933) is an American jazz saxophonist and composer. He became known as member and composer of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers and later went on to join Miles Davis in his Second Great Quintet in the 1960’s.
    Later he founded Weather Report. He won 10 Grammy awards and recorded more than 20 albums.

    His Quartet consists of:

    Garry Willis, bass
    Tom Brechtlein, drums
    Mitchel Forman, keyboards

    Recorded on 13 July 1986 in The Congresgebouw, The Hague, The Netherlands during the North Sea Jazz Festival.
    One day later they played at the Montreux Festival, Switzerland.

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  • The Wayne Shorter Quartet Wins Best Jazz Instrumental Album | 2019 GRAMMYs Acceptance Speech

    2:32

    Watch Wayne Shorter’s speech for Best Jazz Instrumental Album at the 61st GRAMMY Awards.

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  • Footprints

    7:30

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    Footprints (Remastered) · Wayne Shorter

    Adam's Apple

    ℗ A Universal Music Enterprises Release; ℗ 2000 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Associated Performer, Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Associated Performer, Bass: Reggie Workman
    Associated Performer, Drums: Joe Chambers
    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Composer Lyricist: Wayne Shorter

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  • WAYNE SHORTER QUARTET live in Bonn

    15:22

    Electronic Beats TV: Electronic Beats meets Jazzfest Bonn.
    Watch WAYNE SHORTER QUARTET (Wayne Shorter, pianist Danilo Perez, bassist John Patitucci and drummer Brian Blade) live and in 1080p HD video at Telekom Forum in Bonn (01 June 2014)

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    Electronic Beats is the international music program of Deutsche Telekom, which owns an innovative media portfolio and live events across Europe. At electronicbeats.net, as well as in the award-winning EB magazine, which comes out quarterly, the readers find pioneering music-journalism. Through EB.TV and EB.Radio, which can be used online and via app, users can discover the enjoyment of interviews, recordings of concerts and livestreams as well as the 24/7- radio channel.

  • Miles Davis Quintet feat. Wayne Shorter solo live 64

    6:51

    Live from Milan, Italy. This is part one of Autumn Leaves and features solos by Miles and Wayne. The '64 quintet was: Miles (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor), Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass) and Tony Williams (drums). Recorded October 11, 1964.

  • Waynes World: Wayne Shorter With The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra

    34:41

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    Wayne Shorter, 82, is widely acknowledged as of jazz's most important composers, as well as one of its premier saxophonists. He's also one of its most original thinkers, whose inspirations can be short as one sentence or as broad as a musing about the nature of the universe. Jazz Night In America visits Shorter at his home in Los Angeles to talk with him about where his ideas come from. And we catch him as a featured soloist with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra in a special career-spanning concert where band members devised special arrangements of his tunes.

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    3:18 - “Yes Or No”
    14:14 - How Wayne deals with his own success
    17:07 - “Contemplation”
    24:14 - What it was like to arrange Wayne's tunes
    26:24 - “Endangered Species”

    Recorded May 16, 2015 @ Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center

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    Wayne Shorter (tenor and soprano saxophone), Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Walter Blanding (saxophone), Chris Crenshaw (trombone), Vincent Gardner (trombone), Victor Goines (saxophone), Carlos Henriquez (bass), Sherman Irby (saxophone), Ali Jackson (drums), Ryan Kisor (trumpet), Elliot Mason (trombone), Ted Nash (saxophone), Paul Nedzela (baritone saxophone), Dan Nimmer (piano), Marcus Printup (trumpet), Kenny Rampton (trumpet)

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  • Wayne Shorter - Infant Eyes

    6:54

    Wayne Shorter – tenor saxophone
    Freddie Hubbard – trumpet
    Herbie Hancock – piano
    Ron Carter – bass
    Elvin Jones – drums

  • Adams Apple

    6:50

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    Adam's Apple (Remastered) · Wayne Shorter

    Adam's Apple

    ℗ 2000 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Associated Performer, Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Associated Performer, Bass: Reggie Workman
    Associated Performer, Drums: Joe Chambers
    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Composer: Wayne Shorter

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  • Wayne Shorter - Footprints

    15:26

    Wayne Shorter is one of the most significant jazz performers of modern times. He performed as part of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and then Miles Davis' band in the sixties before co-founding Weather Report with Joe Zawinul in the early seventies. This Montreux concert from 1996 features the Wayne Shorter Quintet and followed on from the release of his Grammy Award winning album High Life. The main show is supplemented by bonus tracks from two earlier appearances at Montreux in 1991 and 1992 when he was in the company of the great Herbie Hancock

    Line-ups
    1996: Wayne Shorter (saxophones), James Beard (keyboards), David Gilmore (guitars), Alphonso Johnson (bass), Rodney Holmes (drums).
    1991: Wayne Shorter (saxophones), Herbie Hancock (keyboards), Stanley Clarke (bass), Omar Hakim (drums).
    1992: Wayne Shorter (saxophones), Herbie Hancock (keyboards), Wallace Roney (trumpet), Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums).

  • Yes or No - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis feat. Wayne Shorter

    10:21

    From THE MUSIC OF WAYNE SHORTER
    By the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

    He’s at the highest level of our music—you can’t get any higher than him.” So says Wynton Marsalis of the legendary saxophonist, composer, and band leader Wayne Shorter. With a legendary career spanning over 60 years, the 11-time GRAMMY award winner (including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy) has released countless classic records and amassed a canon of lyrical, introspective music that stands up to the greatest jazz composers. In 2015, the formidable 81-year-old joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis onstage for three unforgettable nights; the result is The Music of Wayne Shorter, out Jan. 31 on CD and digital formats.

    Listen now: jazz.org/wayne

    For the record, JLCO members arranged beautiful, intricate versions of some of his most classic songs, including “Armageddon” (from 1964’s Night Dreamer), “Endangered Species” (from 1985’s Atlantis), and a very tender, Marsalis-penned take on “Teru” (from 1966’s Adam’s Apple). From Art Blakey to Miles Davis, from Weather Report to his own fabled Quartet, Shorter has done perhaps more than anyone to expand the known universe of jazz. Now, The Music of Wayne Shorter takes Shorter to places he’s never been before, giving his beloved compositions and hauntingly lush saxophone sound the big band backdrop they’ve long deserved. As Marsalis says, “Everybody strives to have a personal sound: his sound is definitive.”

    Track listing:
    1. Yes or No
    2. Diana
    3. Hammer Head
    4. Contemplation
    5. Endangered Species
    6. Lost
    7. Armageddon
    8. The Three Marias
    9. Teru
    10. Mama G

    REEDS
    Sherman Irby - alto & soprano saxophones, flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
    Ted Nash - alto & tenor saxophones, flute, alto flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
    Victor Goines - tenor saxophone, Bb & Eb clarinets
    Walter Blanding - tenor & soprano saxophones, Bb clarinet
    Paul Nedzela - baritone & alto saxophones, bass clarinet

    TRUMPETS
    Ryan Kisor
    Kenny Rampton
    Marcus Printup
    Wynton Marsalis

    TROMBONES
    Vincent Gardner
    Chris Crenshaw
    Elliot Mason

    RHYTHM SECTION
    Dan Nimmer - piano
    Carlos Henriquez - bass
    Ali Jackson - drums

    FEATURING
    Wayne Shorter – tenor & soprano saxophones

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  • Wayne Shorter Celebration Pt. 1 Excerpt

    2:51

    Legendary saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter had been scheduled to perform at with his quartet over four nights in Miner Auditorium in January of 2019, but an illness that precluded travel prevented Wayne from appearing that week. As a tribute to Wayne, an all-star roster of jazz greats assembled over those four nights to perform classic material written by the 11-time GRAMMY winner, 1998 NEA Jazz Master, and Kennedy Center Honoree, accompanied by Wayne’s longtime quartet including pianist Danilo Pérez, bassist John Patitucci, and drummer Brian Blade. This special night featured tenor saxophonist Kamasi Washington and saxophonist/keyboardist Terrace Martin — two Los Angeles natives who have become the most notable crossover artists bridging jazz, hip-hop, and soul.

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    Kamasi Washington tenor saxophone
    Terrace Martin alto saxophone & keyboards
    Danilo Pérez piano
    John Patitucci bass
    Brian Blade drums

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  • Alex Hoffman: Why I Dont Like Wayne Shorter And His Music

    1:9:39

    Tenor Saxophonist Alex Hoffman made a statement F*@! Wayne Shorter on February 1st, 2013 during Wayne Shorter's Carnegie Hall concert. In this interview he explains his statements why. *Disclaimer - The Jazz Musician's Voice and Jonah Jonathan love Wayne Shorter and strongly disagree. Comments will now be closed on this video. Many people have taken this video to try to criticize me as an interviewer. I'd like to mention that my video helped facilitate an important discussion. Since the time that the video was made, Alex Hoffman has tried to have this video taken down. I have reminded him that he chose to do this interview and made it clear to me that he wanted his views to remain online. Hopefully one day, I'll get to do an interview with Wayne Shorter where we can talk about his music and his thoughts as the well respected master that he is. Future comments for this video should occur off youtube and should be kept civil.

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  • Wayne Shorter - Yes or No

    6:40

    Wayne Shorter - Yes or No. Juju, August 3, 1964. Wayne Shorter (ts); McCoy Tyner (p); Reggie Workman (b); Elvin Jones (d).

  • Wayne Shorter - Witch Hunt

    8:12

    Album: Speak No Evil
    Year: 1965
    Label: Blue Note

    Freddie Hubbard - trumpet
    Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone
    Herbie Hancock - piano
    Ron Carter - bass
    Elvin Jones - drums

  • Wayne Shorter - Ponta de Areia

    5:18

    Wayne Shorter - Ponta de Areia from the Native Dancer album

  • Wayne Shorter - Juju

    8:36

    Album: Juju
    Year: 1964
    Label: Blue Note

    Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone
    McCoy Tyner - piano
    Reggie Workman - bass
    Elvin Jones - drums

  • Armageddon - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis feat. Wayne Shorter

    10:26

    From THE MUSIC OF WAYNE SHORTER
    By the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

    He’s at the highest level of our music—you can’t get any higher than him.” So says Wynton Marsalis of the legendary saxophonist, composer, and band leader Wayne Shorter. With a legendary career spanning over 60 years, the 11-time GRAMMY award winner (including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy) has released countless classic records and amassed a canon of lyrical, introspective music that stands up to the greatest jazz composers. In 2015, the formidable 81-year-old joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis onstage for three unforgettable nights; the result is The Music of Wayne Shorter, out Jan. 31 on CD and digital formats.

    Listen now: jazz.org/wayne

    For the record, JLCO members arranged beautiful, intricate versions of some of his most classic songs, including “Armageddon” (from 1964’s Night Dreamer), “Endangered Species” (from 1985’s Atlantis), and a very tender, Marsalis-penned take on “Teru” (from 1966’s Adam’s Apple). From Art Blakey to Miles Davis, from Weather Report to his own fabled Quartet, Shorter has done perhaps more than anyone to expand the known universe of jazz. Now, The Music of Wayne Shorter takes Shorter to places he’s never been before, giving his beloved compositions and hauntingly lush saxophone sound the big band backdrop they’ve long deserved. As Marsalis says, “Everybody strives to have a personal sound: his sound is definitive.”

    Track listing:
    1. Yes or No
    2. Diana
    3. Hammer Head
    4. Contemplation
    5. Endangered Species
    6. Lost
    7. Armageddon
    8. The Three Marias
    9. Teru
    10. Mama G

    REEDS
    Sherman Irby - alto & soprano saxophones, flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
    Ted Nash - alto & tenor saxophones, flute, alto flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
    Victor Goines - tenor saxophone, Bb & Eb clarinets
    Walter Blanding - tenor & soprano saxophones, Bb clarinet
    Paul Nedzela - baritone & alto saxophones, bass clarinet

    TRUMPETS
    Ryan Kisor
    Kenny Rampton
    Marcus Printup
    Wynton Marsalis

    TROMBONES
    Vincent Gardner
    Chris Crenshaw
    Elliot Mason

    RHYTHM SECTION
    Dan Nimmer - piano
    Carlos Henriquez - bass
    Ali Jackson - drums

    FEATURING
    Wayne Shorter – tenor & soprano saxophones

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  • Wayne Shorter - Endangered Species, Montreux 1996

    5:02

    w/ Wayne Shorter, David Gilmore, Jim Beard, Alphonso Johnson, Rodney Holmes

  • Tribute to Miles Davis by Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter & Tony Williams

    1:26:37

    From the Klaviersommer in Munich,
    Members of Miles Davis quintet pay tribute to one of the most influential figures in jazz history: trumpeter Miles Davis

    Herbie Hancock – piano, calliope
    Wayne Shorter – saxophone
    Wallace Roney – trumpet
    Ron Carter – bass
    Tony Williams – drums

    0:00 Miles Davis - So What
    12:12 Ron Carter - R.J.
    19:43 Herbie Hancock - Little One
    32:43 Wayne Shorter - Pinoccio
    40:05 Miles Davis - All Blues
    55:23 Tony Williams - Elegy
    1:09:35 Wayne Shorter - Orbits/Paraphernalia

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    This tribute was played by the legendary formation with Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter, Tony Williams. The trumpet was played by the youg star trumpet player Wallace Roney who did not try to emulate Miles but instead played his music. This group has produced in the sixties unforgettable record documents, such as Filles de Kilimanjaro“, Miles in the Sky“, Seven Steps to Heaven“, E.S.P.“, Sorcerer“, Miles Smiles“, Nefertiti“.These titels have written jazz history. The quality of the music and the atmosphere in the audience leave nothing to be desired.

  • Wayne Shorter - Endangered Species - 8/24/1986 - Newport Jazz Festival

    10:49

    Wayne Shorter - Endangered Species
    Recorded Live: 8/24/1986 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI
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  • Wayne Shorter - Footprints - 8/12/2001 - Newport Jazz Festival

    9:03

    Wayne Shorter - Footprints
    Recorded Live: 8/12/2001 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI
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  • Wayne Shorter on the Miles Davis quartet

    1:01

    Saxophonist Wayne Shorter describes the second ‘great’ quintet of Miles Davis: Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Wayne Shorter, Ron Carter and Miles Davis.

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  • The Three Marias - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis feat. Wayne Shorter

    8:08

    From THE MUSIC OF WAYNE SHORTER
    By the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

    He’s at the highest level of our music—you can’t get any higher than him.” So says Wynton Marsalis of the legendary saxophonist, composer, and band leader Wayne Shorter. With a legendary career spanning over 60 years, the 11-time GRAMMY award winner (including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy) has released countless classic records and amassed a canon of lyrical, introspective music that stands up to the greatest jazz composers. In 2015, the formidable 81-year-old joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis onstage for three unforgettable nights; the result is The Music of Wayne Shorter, out Jan. 31 on CD and digital formats.

    Listen now: jazz.org/wayne

    For the record, JLCO members arranged beautiful, intricate versions of some of his most classic songs, including “Armageddon” (from 1964’s Night Dreamer), “Endangered Species” (from 1985’s Atlantis), and a very tender, Marsalis-penned take on “Teru” (from 1966’s Adam’s Apple). From Art Blakey to Miles Davis, from Weather Report to his own fabled Quartet, Shorter has done perhaps more than anyone to expand the known universe of jazz. Now, The Music of Wayne Shorter takes Shorter to places he’s never been before, giving his beloved compositions and hauntingly lush saxophone sound the big band backdrop they’ve long deserved. As Marsalis says, “Everybody strives to have a personal sound: his sound is definitive.”

    Track listing:
    1. Yes or No
    2. Diana
    3. Hammer Head
    4. Contemplation
    5. Endangered Species
    6. Lost
    7. Armageddon
    8. The Three Marias
    9. Teru
    10. Mama G

    REEDS
    Sherman Irby - alto & soprano saxophones, flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
    Ted Nash - alto & tenor saxophones, flute, alto flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
    Victor Goines - tenor saxophone, Bb & Eb clarinets
    Walter Blanding - tenor & soprano saxophones, Bb clarinet
    Paul Nedzela - baritone & alto saxophones, bass clarinet

    TRUMPETS
    Ryan Kisor
    Kenny Rampton
    Marcus Printup
    Wynton Marsalis

    TROMBONES
    Vincent Gardner
    Chris Crenshaw
    Elliot Mason

    RHYTHM SECTION
    Dan Nimmer - piano
    Carlos Henriquez - bass
    Ali Jackson - drums

    FEATURING
    Wayne Shorter – tenor & soprano saxophones

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  • Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland, and Brian Blade - Pathways - 8/15/2004

    14:16

    Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Dave Holland, and Brian Blade - Pathways
    Recorded Live: 8/15/2004 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI
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  • Milton Nascimento & Wayne Shorter = Tarde

    8:21

    Brazilian TV, 1990 = Material from 'Native dancer' album + others
    Milton Nascimento , João Batista b ,Túlio Mourão kb ,Robertinho Silva dms , Ronaldo Silva perc , Vanderlei Silva perc

  • Speak No Evil

    8:24

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Speak No Evil (Remastered 1998 / Rudy Van Gelder Edition) · Wayne Shorter

    Speak No Evil

    ℗ 1998 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 1999-01-01

    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Freddie Hubbard
    Associated Performer, Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Associated Performer, Bass: Ron Carter
    Associated Performer, Drums: Elvin Jones
    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Composer Lyricist: Wayne Shorter

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  • Carlos Santana And Wayne Shorter - Apache - Supernatural Tour 2003

    6:55

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  • Wayne Shorter - Molde 1966 - Green Dolphin Street

    9:05

  • Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding, Footprints

    4:23

  • Wild Flower

    6:07

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    Wild Flower (Remastered1998/Rudy Van Gelder Edition) · Wayne Shorter

    Speak No Evil

    ℗ 1999 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 1999-01-01

    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Freddie Hubbard
    Associated Performer, Piano: Herbie Hancock
    Associated Performer, Bass: Ron Carter
    Associated Performer, Drums: Elvin Jones
    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Composer: Wayne Shorter

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  • Night Dreamer

    7:16

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    Night Dreamer (2004 Digital Remaster) · Wayne Shorter · Lee Morgan · Reginald Workman · Elvin Jones

    Night Dreamer

    ℗ 2004 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 2005-01-01

    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Lee Morgan
    Associated Performer, Piano: McCoy Tyner
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Reginald Workman
    Associated Performer, Drums: Elvin Jones
    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Ron McMaster
    Composer: Wayne Shorter

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  • Beauty And The Beast — Wayne Shorter - Native Dancer Vinyl LP

    5:07

    taken from the Album “Wayne Shorter (Featuring Milton Nascimento) - Native Dancer” A2
    Vinyl, LP, Album, US - 1975
    Columbia — PC 33418
    1080p

    00:00 - - - A2 — Beauty And The Beast - - - (5.07)

    Personnel (A2):

    Soprano Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
    Electric Piano – Wagner Tiso
    Piano – Herbie Hancock
    Percussion – Airto Moreira
    Electric Bass – Jay Graydon
    Drums – Roberto Silva

    Written By – Wayne Shorter
    Design – Nancy Donald
    Engineer – Rob Fraboni
    Engineer (Assistant) – Joe Tuzen
    Mastered by – Wally Traugott
    Producer – Jim Price
    Photography By – Kenneth McGowan

    Recorded at Village Recorders, Los Angeles - September 12, 1974
    Mastered at Capitol Recording Studios by Wally Traugott

    ℗ 1975

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  • Wayne Shorter recalls recording with Miles Davis

    1:32

    Saxophonist Wayne Shorter recalls recording with Miles Davis.

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  • Wayne Shorter & Santana - Elegant People .mp4

    8:28

    Wayne Shorter e Santana eseguono un grande pezzo dei Weather Report a Montreux (1988)

  • Wayne Shorter - Children of the Night

    7:25

    From one of my top 5 favorite jazz albums, High Life.

    Wayne Shorter - Tenor, Alto and Soprano Saxophones
    Rachel Z - Piano, Synthesizers, Sound Design, and Sequencing
    David Gilmore - Electric Guitar
    Marcus Miller - Bass Guitar, Bass Clarinet, Rhythm Programming
    Lenny Castro - Percussion
    Airto Moreira - Percussion
    Will Calhoun - Drums

  • Chief Crazy Horse

    7:35

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    Chief Crazy Horse (Rudy Van Gelder Edition/2000 Digital Remaster/24 Bit Mastering) · Wayne Shorter

    Adam's Apple

    ℗ 2000 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Wayne Shorter
    Producer: Alfred Lion
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder
    Composer: Wayne Shorter

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  • Pinocchio, by Wayne Shorter. Alex Terrier Afro-Cuban Project, Live in Paris, France, 2011

    14:49

    More info and music at
    New Morning, Paris, France, November 5, 2011
    Alex Terrier: saxophones
    Leo Montana: piano
    Joel Hierrezuelo: percussions
    Felipe Cabrera: bass
    Lukmil Perez: drums

  • Carlos Santana and Wayne Shorter Group - Pori Jazz, 1988.

    42:18

  • Wayne Shorter Live

    8:57

    Wayne Shorter - sax
    Jim Beard - keyboards
    Terri Lyne Carrington - drums
    Tracy Wormworth - bass
    Lenny Castro - percussion
    Germany '90

  • Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers feat. Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter & Curtis Fuller - Thermo

    1:26

    Freddie Hubbard - trumpet and composer
    Wayne Shorter - tenor saxophone
    Curtis Fuller - trombone
    Cedar Walton - piano
    Reggie Workman - bass
    Art Blakey - drums

    Thermo live in concert

  • Wayne Shorter Quartet - The Ruby and the Pearl

    6:07

    Wayne Shorter Quartet - The Ruby and the Pearl (1960)

    Personnel: Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Cedar Walton (piano), Bob Cranshaw (bass), Art Blakey (drums)

    from the album 'SECOND GENESIS' (Vee-Jay Records)

  • Wayne Shorter - Children of The Night Solo

    4:03

    with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers in San Remo, 1963. Freddie Hubbard, Curtis Fuller, Cedar Walton and Reggie Workman fill out the band.

  • Milton Nascimento con Wayne Shorter e Herbie Hancock

    3:19

    Tra i tanti capolavori riproposti da Musica Jazz spicca il grande CD di Milton Nascimento Herbie Hancock e Wayne Shorter che ristampammo nel giugno 2018.

    Ogni mese dal 1945 Musica Jazz è in edicola con CD esclusivo allegato.
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  • Black Nile, by Wayne Shorter

    4:32

    Onwards with my Wayne Shorter obsession, I give you 'Black Nile' from the 1964 album Night Dreamer.
    It is amazing that 44 years later Wayne is still making cutting edge music.

  • MICHAEL PIPOQUINHA - FOOTPRINTS -

    1:43

    Collab Music Lessons - Exclusive Music Lessons
    @Michael Pipoquinha

    FOOTPRINTS - ( Wayne Shorter ) IMPROVISATION

    #michaelpipoquinha #collabmusiclessons #WayneShorter #Footprints

  • Yes or No - Wayne Shorter Solo

    3:45

    *Apologies about the Key signature error it should be in A and not D.... Doh!!!!
    A Classic Wayne Shorter Solo taken off the album JuJu.
    I want to dedicate this transcription to Alex Hoffman (Nuff said)

    If you like it please share and give me a thumbs up ... I have a couple more lying around on my computer that I might upload at some point.

    Kenny Garrett, Lester Young, Joe Henderson, and more ....Coming soon!!

    Wherever possible I've written the long altissimo lines an octave lower to make it easier to read.
    Apologies for any mistakes.

    I've the pleasure of having a lesson with Mark I would advise it to anyone who can get hold of him....He has so much knowledge that will blow you away!!!

    Thanks for stopping by

    Richie


  • Wayne Shorter- Yes or No

    4:02

    Playing the great tune Yes or No by Wayne Shorter.

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