Wayne Shorter is one of the most significant jazz performers of modern times. He performed as part of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and then Miles Davis' band in the sixties before co-founding Weather Report with Joe Zawinul in the early seventies. This Montreux concert from 1996 features the Wayne Shorter Quintet and followed on from the release of his Grammy Award winning album High Life. The main show is supplemented by bonus tracks from two earlier appearances at Montreux in 1991 and 1992 when he was in the company of the great Herbie Hancock. Line-ups 1996: Wayne Shorter (saxophones), James Beard (keyboards), David Gilmore (guitars), Alphonso Johnson (bass), Rodney Holmes (drums). 1991: Wayne Shorter (saxophones), Herbie Hancock (keyboards), Stanley Clarke (bass), Omar Hakim (drums). 1992: Wayne Shorter (saxophones), Herbie Hancock (keyboards), Wallace Roney (trumpet), Ron Carter (bass), Tony Williams (drums).