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  • Todal
    says:
    All of Shorter's Blue Note work comes in a neatly boxed collection, featuring the original cover art on the cardboard sleeves. No extra tracks, but a listing of each album's players. Sound quality is good to excellent, and the price is right for all the outstanding music in one package/5(14).
  • Faujas
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    Jun 13,  · D utch bassist and jazz scholar Hans Mantel once asked Wayne Shorter if he was conscious of creating stone-cold classic albums on Blue Note in the sixties. The tenor and soprano saxophonist’s answer was: ‘What you young cats must realize is, is that we made our records to pay our rent!’ Gold coins from the Byzantine period fade into insignificance compared with the run of Blue Note.
  • Tauramar
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    Jazz album: “The Blue Note Albums” by Wayne Shorter, released in on Blue Note Records. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  • Dajind
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    This is a review of the reissue of Wayne Shorter’s Night Dreamer originally released by Blue Note in Saxophonist Wayne Shorter recorded this album as he was about to join the Miles Davis Quintet. Night Dreamer became his debut for Blue Note as a band leader and the first in a row of excellent recordings/5(49).
  • Malabei
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    Wayne Shorter - Classic Blue Note Recordings music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  • Menos
    says:
    Five very different albums from the great Wayne Shorter – all from a time when he was really taking off with his music! Night Dreamer is one of the greatest Wayne Shorter albums for Blue Note, and one of our favorite jazz albums ever! The record is a masterpiece of lyrical delight – soul jazz mixed with slight touches of experimentalism – but still warm, swinging, and.
  • Samurg
    says:
    Tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter's Blue Note debut found him well prepared to enter the big time. With an impressive quintet that includes trumpeter Lee Morgan, pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Reggie Workman, and drummer Elvin Jones, Shorter performed a well-rounded program consisting of five of his originals, plus an adaptation of "Oriental Folk Song."." Whether it be the brooding title cut, the 9/
  • Muzshura
    says:
    Most of it feaures his Blue Note recordings from the late 50s through the early 70s, although as the above review points out, there are some interesting live tracks from a album called "Power of Three." This 2-CD set does not include any of Shorter's work with 5/5(2).
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