The All Seeing Eye is Wayne Shorter's brilliant and multi-layered album for Blue Note. His goal was to use "a wider range of colors and textures" while continuing his explorations of "life and the universe and God."
WaxTime Reissue. Coltrane's quartet joined by a big ensemble to bring the number of musicians to 21. It's big band sound, with the unusual instrumentation of French horns and euphonium, presented music very different from anything that Coltrane had done.
The Prisoner is Herbie Hancock's final jazz album. The title tracks and liner notes comment on the struggles of black America emerging from early '60s, an extended metaphor of The Prisoner, rising from MLK's “I have Dream” to the “Promise of the Sun“.
BREAKING POINT Recorded in May 1964, shortly after Hubbard left Blakey's Jazz Messengers, the quintet - with James Spaulding, Ronnie Mathews, Eddie Khan, and Joe Chambers - moves assuredly from free-form playing and modal jazz to the blues and balladry.
"Get ready to rock with Wayne Shorter's biggest LP, 'Adams Apple'. With his unique blend of jazz and R&B, Shorter's music is sure to be a hit with any fan of soulful and groovy beats. This LP features some of his most electrifying performances yet,