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Wayne Shorter
The Soothsayer
Hard Bop,Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
Recording date:
March 4, 1965
Date of release:
Recording location:
Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
FLAC vers. size:
1123 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1951 mb
WMA vers. size:
1405 mb
Other formats
4.8 ★

The Soothsayer is the seventh album by Wayne Shorter, recorded in 1965, but not released on Blue Note until 1979. The album features five originals by Shorter and an arrangement of Jean Sibelius' "Valse Triste". An additional take of "Angola" was added to later CD releases. All compositions by Wayne Shorter except where noted.

Wayne Shorter ‎– The Soothsayer. Label: Blue Note ‎– LT-988. Series: Blue Note Classic –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Recorded at Van Gelder Studios, New Jersey on March 4, 1965. The material on this album is released here for the first time. Other Versions (5 of 14) View All. Cat.

Complete your Wayne Shorter collection. The Soothsayer ‎(LP, Album, Ltd). The Soothsayer ‎(LP, Album).

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The Soothsayer is the seventh album by Wayne Shorter, recorded in 1965, but not released on Blue Note until 1979. Studio album by. Wayne Shorter.

Wayne Shorter: The Soothsayer by Chris May, published on April 14, 2008. Shorter's virile playing aside, the album is worthwhile for the presence of drum prodigy Williams (Shorter's regular drummers of the time were Elvin Jones and Joe Chambers)-who turns in an inventive solo on "Angola"-and for the strength of Shorter's writing. The triple meter, medium groove "Lost," the opener, is quintessential Shorter of the period. Eight years before the release of The Soothsayer it was featured on Weather Report's Live In Tokyo (Columbia, 1972).

5 Original Albums - Студийный альбом от Wayne Shorter. Вышел 21 октября 2016г. В альбом вошло 29 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 03:26:23. Wayne Shorter - The Soothsayer.

The Soothsayer is a hard bop music album recording by WAYNE SHORTER released in 1979 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Filed under Hard Bop By WAYNE SHORTER.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Lost Wayne Shorter Wayne Shorter
2 Angola Wayne Shorter Wayne Shorter
3 The Big Push Wayne Shorter Wayne Shorter
4 The Soothsayer Wayne Shorter Wayne Shorter
5 Lady Day Wayne Shorter Wayne Shorter
6 Valse Triste Wayne Shorter / Jean Sibelius Wayne Shorter
7 Angola Art Pepper / Wayne Shorter Wayne Shorter


Bob Blumenthal - Liner Notes
Franko Caligiuri - Reissue Art Director
Ron Carter - Bass, Guest Artist
Michael Cuscuna - Liner Notes, Original Liner Notes, Producer, Reissue Producer
Freddie Hubbard - Guest Artist, Trumpet
Gordon H. Jee - Reissue Director
Alfred Lion - Producer, Session Producer
Ron McMaster - Digital Transfers
Art Pepper - Composer
Wayne Shorter - Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Jean Sibelius - Composer
James Spaulding - Guest Artist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
McCoy Tyner - Guest Artist, Piano
Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer, Remastering
Tony Williams - Drums, Guest Artist
Francis Wolff - Photography
Amanda Wray - Reissue Design
  • Keath
Don't let the fact that this mid-sixties Blue Note session went unreleased until 1979 deter you from giving it a listen, as it's on par with his better known officially released sets from the same era. Working firmly within the post-bop idiom, Shorter has crafted tracks that feel urgent without ever crossing the line into the frenetic, allowing space for lots of improvisation and harmonic experimentation, yet never losing sight of their overall melodic structures. Of particular note is Ron Carter's bass work; keep an ear out for it, as he's doing some really interesting, intricate playing throughout. Standout tracks for me are the elegant and serene ballad "Lady Day", which deserves its status as one of Shorter's best known compositions, featuring a wonderful triple horn line and some exceptionally poised soloing from McCoy Tyner, as well as an almost subversively sultry take on Finnish composer Jean Sibelius' signature waltz, "Valse Triste", and the lengthened alternate take of "Angola", which gives the band a lot more room to stretch out and solo than the original version does.