by Nate Chinen
Authority Melts From Me
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Symphony Space, Feb. 7
Feb 26, 2013 9:48:23 AM
Robert Yager for The New York Times About a dozen years ago, Chris Potter released an album called Gratitude on Verve. Its premise was simple: youngish turk pays homage to his formative saxophone influences, track by track. "Eurydice," track 5, bore a dedication to Wayne Shorter. The sincerity of that gesture was entirely clear. I'm bringing this up because of the convergence of a few things. I had a rather long Wayne Shorter piece in Arts & Leisure over the weekend; today marks the release of his new quartet album, Without a Net. Chris Potter also happens to have an...
A Stealth Eminence of the Avant-Garde, and New Vinyl
Playlist, Feb. 17 Barry Altschul, Arve Henriksen, Ryan Keberle and Catharsis, Kevin Eubanks, Gabriel Alegría Afro-Peruvian Sextet
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