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Wayne Shorter - Footprints

Dodano: 2009-06-07

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                  Wayne Shorter - Footprints. From 'Adam's Apple'. Shorter (ts), Herbie Hancock (p), Reggie Workman (b), Joe Chambers (d).                

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John Valinch
Damn, this shit is so good!
Marsel Music
can really hear the coltrane influence... very similar in tone and articulation but still different.
William Brown
Smooth.
Alex Carter
WAYNE THANKED US THE LISTENER FOR TAKING THE PLUNGE...CAN YOU IMAGINE ? I LISTEN TO HIM CONSTANTLY HE IS SO CREATIVE AND SO KNOWLEDGEABLE. MAN CHECK-OUT. SUPER NOVA AND THE ODESSY OF ISKA AND MOTTO GROSSO FEIO MAN THE LIST GOES ON WITH THIS CAT HE TELLS US WHERE THINGS CAME FROM ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN WHERE THEY ARE GOING...I LOVE HIM SO VERY VERY MUCH AND HIS IDEAS ARE PRICELESS !!! WE HAVE BEEN BLESSED TO HAVE SUCH A GREAT AMERICAN TREASURE .
THEODORE LEWIS
I have played the lp and cd a cazillion times and it still sounds fresh!
Farang Band
There is a song within this song. Listen to Herbie's comping behind Wayne as wayne plays a pentatonic scale...it is synthesis of completely different song, and a new music form, based on the freedoms allowed by Quartal harmony.2:59- 3:07;59-3:07
Wrijul Dass
Miles Smiles is where I heared this first time. Instantly fell in love. Never knew about this original version untill I read about it in Wikipedia. Love this even more....
Simón Ramos
Min 3:20 the lick
Apostolis Paspalakis
My Father is a jazz musician and used to talk to me about all the greats in Jazz. I was a a metal head since i was a kid. Always listened to metal music like Megadeth, Periphery, Meshuggah etc and couldn't quite connect with Jazz, although i always respected and kept close what my father was trying to teach me. I'm a Musician like he is. I play a few instruments and i'm a singer but also a songwriter at home. One day i was looking for inspiration, but not in music. I was in a weird place emotionally (like all musicians/artists are at some point. We've been through a lot in most cases haha) Low and behold i accidentally run into "Wise One" by John Coltrane. The beauty of that song brought a tear to my eye. I felt like it opened a door in my mind to a room i didn't know existed, that was a huge part of me that was missing. From then on, i decided i also wanted to pick up the sax. I did. Since then, its been my main instrument now accompanying voice and guitar. Then, i ran into this gentleman. The connection to this style of music just got stronger. What else can i say. Pure genius and creativity. I feel like i missed out on a lot and i completely understand now what my father was talking about. Jazz, to me, feels like a conversation between musicians were the subconscious emotions of each individual can be expressed without words. Hidden pain and happiness expressed to each other on stage in real time. It's been done before in other styles as well, but there is just something about it in jazz. It can't be found anywhere else. It almost feels like a grounding effect. It helps me realize there's nothing special about me. We all have pain, happiness, heartbreak etc. Not being special is a relief! I've lived a better and happier life realizing that. ESPECIALLY in today's society. Sorry for the rant! i don't usually comment. I was just inspired. Beautiful song!
Alex Jones
The people who gave this post a "thumbs down" have no idea what mastery they listened to!