Wayne Shorter: Footprints of a SoothsayerBy
Click the play button to listenRarely has a jazz musician created a body of work in which depth, sophistication and melodies coexist as beautifully as Wayne Shorter. In this episode we selected interpretations of his compositions by musicians we admire and who chose to follow his soothsaying footprints.
In loving tribute to Mr. Gone.
- Ben Allison "Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00
- Wayne Shorter, Milton Nascimento "Beauty and the Beast" Native Dancer (Columbia/Legacy) 0:16
- Host talks 5:20
- Camille Bertault "Casa de jade (House of Jade)" Pas de géant (O'Keh) 7:03
- Host talks 10:17
- Yuri Honing, Vince Mendoza "Elegant People" Symphonic (Jazz in Motion) 11:43
- Joni Mitchell "You've Changed" Both Sides Now (Warner Bros.) 18:00
- Host talks 22:58
- Don Grolnick "Water Babies" Medianoche (Warner Bros.) 24:58
- Wayne Horvitz "Armageddon" Solos (Songlines) 32:03
- Michael Moore Trio "Albatross" Bering (Ramboy) 36:59
- Host talks 40:04
- Jimmy Rowles, Stan Getz "Lester Left Town" The Peacocks (Columbia) 41:37
- Dee Dee Bridgewater "Long Time Ago" Red Earth (EmArcy) 47:27
- Host talks 54:12
- Raphaël Pannier Quartet "ESP" Faune (French Paradox) 55:16
- Kari Ikonen "Pinocchio" Impressions, Improvisations and Compositions (Ozella) 1:03:00
- Host talks 1:06:39
- Jerry Bergonzi "Fall" Vertical Reality (Musidisc) 1:07:11
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