Wayne Shorter...sax genius behind Miles Davis, Weather Report, and Herbie Hancock

Wayne Shorter...sax genius behind Miles Davis, Weather Report, and Herbie Hancock

Wayne Shorter- I saw his quartet the night the Giants lost game 6 of the 2002 World Series; it was unbelievably beautiful and transporting.

Wayne Shorter- I saw his quartet the night the Giants lost game 6 of the 2002 World Series; it was unbelievably beautiful and transporting.

Herbie Hancock, left, with Newark-born musician Wayne Shorter during Wayne Shorter Weekend at NJPAC in...

Newark Sings a New Tune on Road To Revival

Herbie Hancock, left, with Newark-born musician Wayne Shorter during Wayne Shorter Weekend at NJPAC in...

Freddie Hubbard and Wayne Shorter during Shorter’s Speak No Evil session, Englewood Cliffs NJ, December 24 1964 (photo by Francis Wolff)

Freddie Hubbard and Wayne Shorter during Shorter’s Speak No Evil session, Englewood Cliffs NJ, December 24 1964 (photo by Francis Wolff)

Beautiful album, from one of my favorite periods and labels in jazz, Blue Note Records. Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil

Beautiful album, from one of my favorite periods and labels in jazz, Blue Note Records. Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil

Wayne Shorter, circa 1960

Wayne Shorter: 'Jazz isn’t chewing gum – you can’t market it'

#TimelessThursday - Miles Davis "All Blues" live on the Steve Allen Playhouse, 1964 - feat. Miles Davis (trumpet); Wayne Shorter (tenor sax); Herbie Hancock (piano); Ron Carter (bass); Tony Williams (drums)

#TimelessThursday - Miles Davis "All Blues" live on the Steve Allen Playhouse, 1964 - feat. Miles Davis (trumpet); Wayne Shorter (tenor sax); Herbie Hancock (piano); Ron Carter (bass); Tony Williams (drums)

lee morgan - "soft touch" (1967)    Lee Morgan (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Billy Higgins (drums)  Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, July 14, 1967

lee morgan - "soft touch" (1967) Lee Morgan (trumpet) Wayne Shorter (tenor sax) Bobby Hutcherson (vibes) Herbie Hancock (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Billy Higgins (drums) Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, July 14, 1967

Wayne Shorter (August 25, 1933) American saxophoneplayer and composer o.a. known from the Miles Davis Quintet.

Wayne Shorter (August 25, 1933) American saxophoneplayer and composer o.a. known from the Miles Davis Quintet.

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