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The Soothsayer

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Lost; Angola; The Big Push; The Soothsayer; Lady Day; Valse Triste; Angola (alternate take).

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Wayne Shorter: The Soothsayer

Read "The Soothsayer" reviewed by Joel Roberts


Wayne Shorter was setting the jazz world on fire at the time of this 1965 Blue Note session, now available as part of the Rudy van Gelder remaster series. The tenor saxophonist had just joined Miles Davis' quintet, with whom he'd go on to make six classic albums, and he'd recently released a milestone album of ...

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Wayne Shorter: The Soothsayer

Read "The Soothsayer" reviewed by Chris May


A good month for tenor saxophone connoisseurs, April 2008, with a second Rudy Van Gelder re-master released alongside Ike Quebec's signature Blue & Sentimental (Blue Note, 2008). The Soothsayer may be comparably less of a benchmark in Wayne Shorter's discography, and remains to some extent overshadowed by its close contemporary Speak No Evil (Blue Note, 1964), ...

Album

The Soothsayer

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Lost; Angola; Angola (alternate take); The Big Push; The Soothsayer; Lady Day; Valse Triste.

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Article: Album Review

Wayne Shorter: The Soothsayer

Read "The Soothsayer" reviewed by Robert Gilbert


The mid-1960's were a heady time for Wayne Shorter. Newly enshrined as the permanent heir to Coltrane in Miles Davis's working group, he was the final puzzle piece to the band that would spur Davis to some of the most fruitful years of his career. At the same time, Shorter was in the midst of recording ...


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