Jazz fans recognize Wayne Shorter as a major innovator. His playing and compositional skills made him a standout in ensembles such as Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, Miles Davis’ Second Great Quintet and Weather Report, and songs such as “Footprints” and “Infant Eyes” have become standards of the modern jazz canon. And, of course, his work

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