Recorded on February 2 (track 1) and February 24 (all others), 1966 at the Van Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. All transfers from the analog tapes to digital were made at 24-bit resolution. Originally issued as Adam's Apple (BLP 4232 and BST 84232). Track 7 not part of the original LP. Francis Wolff is incorrectly credited as the producer on the back of the booklet.
Adam's Apple is the tenth album by post-bop jazz artist Wayne Shorter. Released in 1967, it included the first recording of his composition Footprints, later recorded by the Miles Davis Quintet on the album Miles Smiles. The CD release includes the bonus track The Collector, written by Herbie Hancock. Writing in Jazz Journal, Mark Gardner urged readers, For goodness sake dont miss this one. Gardner called the record a tour de force for Shorter the soloist as distinct from Shorter the composer. Drums Joe Chambers. Liner Notes Don Heckman. Photography By Francis Wolff. Piano Herbie Hancock. Producer Alfred Lion. Recorded By, Remastered By Rudy Van Gelder. Wayne Shorter. Adam's Apple LP, Album, Mono. Blue Note. BLP 4232. Adam's Apple CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM. Blue Note, Blue Note. UCCQ-5072, BST-84232. The Best Of Wayne Shorter - Wayne Shorter. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. album, Adam's Apple Released October 1967 Recorded February 3 & 24, 1966 Studio Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs Label Blue Note Producer Alfred Lion. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Adam's Apple Remastered. This is an excellent album recorded in 1966 with Herbie Hancock p, Reggie Workman b and Joe Chambers d. Mostly tunes written by Shorter, including his outstanding Footprints the initial reason that I purchased this album I rate Footprints as one of the most beautiful tunes in jazz history. However every tune on this album is tuneful and approachable, unlike some of Shorter's other albums. Report error. Adam's Apple by Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Reginald Workman, Joe Chambers. Release date. Covered by 8 artists. Chief Crazy Horse. Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Reginald Workman, Joe Chambers. Covered by 4 artists. El Gaucho. Covered by 23 artists. Adam's Apple is a hard bop music album recording by WAYNE SHORTER released in 1966 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Bass Reginald Workman Drums Joe Chambers Piano Herbie Hancock Tenor Saxophone Wayne Shorter. About this release. Blue Note BLP 4232 US. Recorded on February 3, 1966 track A1 and on February 24, 1966 tracks A2 to B3. But Shorter does shine here, while allowing strong players like Herbie Hancock to also have their place in the sun. Especially hypnotic are two very different songs, the ballad Teru and Shorter's tribute to John Coltrane, Chief Crazy Horse, both of which also allow Hancock a chance to show what he could do. Case in point: Wayne Shorter's Adam's Apple, a quartet date recorded in 1966 when Shorter was a mainstay in Miles Davis Second Great Quintet along with Herbie Hancock who also makes this date. Shorter was writing a great deal of music for both Davis and himself, and almost all of it was very, very high quality. Adam's Apple shows off those skills. Although there are a couple of real swingers here, Shorter plays quietly through much of the record, only bursting into shout for emphasis in a few places. Even on a quick-paced track like El. Album 2012 22 Songs. The Ultimate Wayne Shorter. Herbie Hancock, Cecil McBee & Joe Chambers
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