Little is needed for high level amalgamation within the quartet of the contemporary stylist Wayne Shorter. The band, in which all musicians are equal, opt for in-depth conversations in an abstract, impressionist, musical language. The American tenor and soprano saxophonist is a man of few words. Everything that needs to be said, is told by means of his music. This quartet Danilo Perez (piano), John Patitucci (bass) and Brian Blade (drums) is the first acoustic group the introvert musician’s led since 1967. His old compositions constitute important material of the sixties and seventies. By now this jazz architect, who is generally considered as the creative power behind Miles Davis legendary quintet, is accustomed to a place in the spotlights. But he will need some more time to get used to the role of entertainer.