Speak No Evil

Wayne Shorter - Speak No Evil
Critic Score
Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 45 ratings
Liked by 4 people
Sign In to rate and review
Doublez
93
The History of the Albums – n°299

[I also invite you to read my previous review on Wayne Shorter - Juju, in order to better understand his beginnings and his life].Although some avant-garde classics and/or Post-Bop prototypes were born in the 50's, it was mostly in the 60's that this jazz musical style blossomed, when creative jazzmen finally reached the limits of Hard Bop. Of course, immediately comes to mind some albums of the pioneer of the Charles Mingus style like Blues & ... read more
JayCrackers
82
Speak No Evil is not necessary one of my favorite jazz records out their, although Infant Eyes is a beautiful song, but it is still a great collection of Post-Bop with some fantastic highlights such as the one mention and the self-titled track but it just doesn't stick with me as much as other do in the same genre.

Track Review

Witch Hunt 8.5/10.
Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum 8/10
Dance Cadaverous 7.5/10.
Speak No Evil 9/10
Infant Eyes 9.5/10
Wild Flower 7/10

Average: 8.2/10
100
This album is one of the best jazz albums elvin jones explosive groovy frantic drumming herbie hancocks bluesy beutiful playing wayne shorters exploring crazy melodys and playing out of this world fredie and wayne basically convey every emotion in this album its amazing ron carter probably my favorite bass player really keeping it grooving supporting driving the band this album is perfect for me.
Purchasing Speak No Evil from Amazon helps support Album of the Year. Or consider a donation?
Become a Donor
Donor badge, no ads + more benefits.
Advertisement

Track List

  1. Witch Hunt
  2. Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum
  3. Dance Cadaverous
  4. Speak No Evil
  5. Infant Eyes
  6. Wild Flower
Sign in to comment
No one has said anything yet.
Advertisement


Added on: May 17, 2015