Native Dancer is the fifteenth album by Wayne Shorter. It is a collaboration with Brazilian musician Milton Nascimento, featuring some of his most acclaimed compositions, including "Ponta de Areia" and "Miracle of The Fishes".
Written-By – Wayne Shorter. Written-By – Milton Nascimento. Piano – Herbie Hancock (tracks: A1, A2, B3, B5), Wayne Shorter (tracks: B1 to B3). Producer – Jim Price. Soprano Saxophone – Wayne Shorter (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B4, B5). Tenor Saxophone – Wayne Shorter (tracks: A3 to B3). Vocals – Milton Nascimento (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B2, B4). Condizioni del venditore. Thank you for your interest in our business!
Native Dancer is the fifteenth album by Wayne Shorter.
Shorter’s collaboration with Brazilian musician Milton Nascimento. Known for his ethereal falsetto, the fluidity of Nascimento’s Portuguese effortlessly integrates with the sound of Shorter’s soprano saxophone and Hancock’s electronic pianos. Wayne Shorter Quartet Featuring Danilo Perez, John Patitucci And Brian Blade Without a Net (Blue Note Records, 2013). That the majority of his recorded releases with this quartet are live recordings reveals that Shorter views the strength of this ensemble to be the energy created while on tour. Shorter, who turned 80 the year this record was released, shows no signs of slowing down.
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One of Shorter's best-selling albums from the '70s was Native Dancer, a Brazilian-oriented jazz-fusion masterpiece that boasts Herbie Hancock on acoustic piano and electric keyboards, and employs such Brazilian talent as singer Milton Nascimento (a superstar in Brazil) and percussionist Airto Moreira
Wayne Shorter's Native Dancer is a stretch for the virtuosic sax player. Being part of the creation of jazz fusion with Miles Davis on Bitches Brew, Wayne Shorter has a lot to live up to in his solo career. Therefore, Wayne came up with a brilliant idea that many artists need to learn. He thought "Hey, how about I don't try to recreate what made me famous and try something new"" Shorter called in Milton Nascimento, a popular singer in Brazil, to join Shorter in his effort to create a blend of jazz, rock, and Brazilian music. The album opener, Ponte de Areia, shows the voice of Milton Nascimento immediately. His voice, tracked multiple times, along with piano are the first thing heard. The rest of the band enters with an almost James Brown feel in the bass and piano. Nascimento continues with his intro.
Wayne Shorter, Milton Nascimento. 1975, LP. Originally released on Columbia. Featured ListingView details.