Shorter, Wayne: Live At The Detroit Jazz Festival

Shorter, Wayne SKU: 42742616
Shorter, Wayne: Live At The Detroit Jazz Festival

Shorter, Wayne: Live At The Detroit Jazz Festival

Shorter, Wayne SKU: 42742616

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Live At The Detroit Jazz Festival
Artist: Shorter, Wayne
Label: Candid
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 708857303014
Genre: Jazz

Double vinyl LP pressing. Wayne Shorter is arguably the greatest living jazz composer and a key participant in some of the most iconic jazz recordings of all time. Congratulations to Terri Lyne Carrington, who won the GRAMMY Award for Best Instrumental Jazz Album for her groundbreaking project, new STANDARDS Vol. 1. And congratulations to Wayne Shorter & Leo Genovese, who won Best Improvised Jazz Solo for "Endangered Species," from the Carrington-produced Live At The Detroit Jazz Festival, by the quartet of Shorter, Carrington, Genovese and esperanza spalding. Carrington, who produced and performed on both projects, entered the GRAMMY Awards with four nominations. New STANDARDS Vol. 1 and Live At The Detroit Jazz Festival, released on Candid Records, were each nominated in both the Best Jazz Instrumental Album and Best Improvised Jazz Solo category. It's been a tremendous year for Carrington, who is an NEA Jazz Master, virtuoso jazz drummer, composer, interdisciplinary artist, activist, educator, 7-time GRAMMY nominee, and now a 4-time winner. Carrington was also honored by the Recording Academy's Producers and Engineers Wing at their annual event.

Tracks:
1.1 Someplace Called "Where"
1.2 Endangered Species
1.3 Encontros E Despedidas
1.4 Drummers Song
1.5 Midnight in Carlotta's Hair
1.6 *The Stuff That Dreams Are Made (A Conversation)
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