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Ode To Monk - Bobby Scott Trio - Great Scott (Vinyl, Album)

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  • Gasida
    says:
    Bobby Scott was a teenage prodigy who made the first recordings on this album when he was only 17 years old. The album Great Scott was his debut and showed how he was already a very complete pianist. Yet you may not have heard of him, even though you'll probably know his compositions A Taste of Honey and He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother.
  • Kajigor
    says:
    Ode To Monk - Bobby Scott Trio - Great Scott (Vinyl, Album), Electric Wizard / Reverend Bizarre - The House On The Borderland / The Gate Of Nanna, EmOcean - Hubi Meisel - EmOcean, Der Adler Von Lille - Various - Немецкие Марши / German Marches.
  • Gardarn
    says:
    Nov 11,  · Scott was still a teenager when he recorded this album but his skill belied his youth. He would have a relatively short career in jazz, choosing to focus on composing pop music, but JazzWax says that Scott's early albums like Great Scott "display understated confidence and charisma that sound great today." Tracks: 01 - Pee Wee 02 - Phil's Mood.
  • Vizshura
    says:
    Sep 18,  · He would have a relatively short career in jazz, choosing to focus on composing pop music, but JazzWax says that Scott’s early albums like Great Scott “display understated confidence and charisma that sound great today.” Tracklist: 01 – Pee Wee 02 – Phil’s Mood 03 – Moonbeaux 04 – Tenderly 05 – Ode To Monk 06 – Polka Dots.
  • Bagore
    says:
    Dec 04,  · 05 – Ode To Monk 06 – Polka Dots And Moonbeams 07 – Gone With The Wind 08 – Lullaby Of Birdland. Recorded in NYC on September 21, Remastered in Remastered by John Sigmon. Transfer Engineers: Alex Nappi, Dana Pendersen. Musicians: Bobby Scott – piano Whitey Mitchell – bass Bill Bradley Jr. – drums. Download.
  • Zulkir
    says:
    Jan 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bobby Scott - Scott Free () - Piano Jazz, Ruder Van Gelder - Vinyl YouTube Saturday Morning Bossa JAZZ - Fresh Coffee JAZZ Playlist - Good Morning! Lounge Music 5,
  • Dilkis
    says:
    This intimate CD, which features Bucky Pizzarrelli on guitar, Steve La Spina on bass and Ronnie Zito or Jimmy Young on drums, isn't a tribute in the sense that the singer/acoustic pianist tries to emulate Cole; rather, Scott brings his own recognizable style to "Nature Boy," "Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You," "For Sentimental Reasons" and other songs associated with Cole.
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