WAYNE SHORTER - THE ALL SEEING EYE BLUE NOTE MONO CLEAN

ARTIST : WAYNE SHORTER

TITLE : THE ALL SEEING EYE

LABEL & NUMBER : BLUE NOTE 4219 MONO

* Note : VAN GELDER, NEW YORK ADD, NO EAR

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The All Seeing Eye is a jazz album by saxophonist Wayne Shorter recorded on October 15, 1965 and released on the Blue Note label as BLP 4219 and BST 84219. The album features performances by Shorter with Freddie Hubbard , Grachan Moncur III , James Spaulding , Herbie Hancock , Ron Carter and Joe Chambers with Shorter's brother Alan Shorter guesting on one track.

In the album's original liner notes, Shorter explains that the album was conceived as an attempt to depict the meaning of life, existence and the nature of God and the universe. In the long interview with Nat Hentoff , the saxophonist mentions the meanings of each piece, which will be hereby shortly summarized: "The All Seeing Eye" depicts the ubiquitous eye of God; "the solos, moreover, depict the machinery involved in the process of creation". "Genesis" obviously refers to the creation of all things; if the first part mostly consists in free tempo phrases, it "goes into 4/4 straight time to indicate that everything is beginning
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