The New York Times
By Ben Ratliff
With Mr. Shorter’s music it’s always hard to predict the next chord change. He wants his melodies and his structures to sound flowing and open-ended, even though they follow a plan. He inspires original thinking and craftiness, qualities that infected almost every piece played on Wednesday, the band’s New Y ork stop on a five-week international tour.
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