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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, March 23, 1999
It wasn't to make himself sound good, but to make the music sound good.
"Dance Cadaverous" is one of the best jazz compositions ever recorded and its alternate take, which is also on this LP, is even more stunning.
Wayne Shorter writes some of the most memorable tunes in the jazz idiom and on this recording his talent for composition is front and center.
[This is a rating / review for 2014 VINYL re-issue, not the actual performance]
I won't comment on the music or performance, as much more experienced Jazz fans have done... Read more
Another replacement for a copy that was stolen. Wayne Shorter was best known for his time with Miles Davis and Weather Report, but he has put out some wonderful solo efforts. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Mccorkle
Should be better, given the personnel. Enough good ideas for three tracks, spread out over seven. Wayne's done better.Published 2 months ago by bardphile
With people like that playing together, it is difficult to go wrong. At any rate, everything on the album is first-rate--both the compositions and the playing.Published 5 months ago by les peetz
Another artist who's work I really wasn't familiar with, but I keep it in my car and thoroughly enjoy listening to it. Will keep in my collection.Published 5 months ago by gum
Great album would suggest to anyone freedie hubbard is great. Herbie hancok is at best in piano love rhue eraPublished 7 months ago by Gene L. Martin
I collect classic jazz on vinyl and I usually try to buy heavyweight, 180g or 200g vinyl releases. So I was a bit skeptical of this issue at first, but for the price (180+ g vinyl... Read morePublished 7 months ago by David Dennis
This a review for Blue Note Records 75th Anniversary Vinyl Initiative record mastered by Alan Yoshida at Capital Records. Read morePublished 8 months ago by E. Plowman