A Mix of Sounds, Generations and Styles
By: Nate Chinen
2. Wayne Shorter Quartet “Without a Net” (Blue Note) The postbop sage Wayne Shorter has made volatility a trademark of his quartet, to the extent that its concerts can feel like enigmas to be parsed. Here we only have choice moments that put his saxophone at the center of a drama shaped by developing insights from Danilo Pérez on piano, John Patitucci on bass and Brian Blade on drums.
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