The Wayne Shorter Way

June 25th, 2012

From Canada.com
By Marke Andrews

For more than 40 years, saxophonist Wayne Shorter has written compositions that defy logic and break the rules: nine-bar forms, bridges that sound like verses, verses that sound like bridges, harmonic structures that make no sense until you hear him perform them.

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