Tom Scott Discography
Associated with: Steely Dan
, Carole King
, Joni Mitchell
, Boz Scaggs
, George Harrison
, Joan Baez
, Blues Brothers
, Barbra Streisand
, Julio Iglesias
, Frank Sinatra
, Grateful Dead
, Quincy Jones
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Toto XX: 1977-1997 (1998)
TOTO XX (1977-1997) contains 13 previously unreleased tracks including early demos, finished studio tracks and live rarities.
Additional personnel includes: Marty Paich (conductor); Jim Horn, Tom Scott, David Sanborn (saxophone); Jerry Hey, Gary Grant (trumpet); Jimmy Pankow (trombone); Chris Trujillo (percussion); ...
Live from Los Angeles (1968)
Oliver Nelson's live recordings don't seem as sharp as his studio stuff. Good playing, though, from a good group of West Coasters, but nothing exciting happens. ~ Douglas Payne
Personnel: Oliver Nelson (saxophone); Mel Brown (guitar); Tom Scott (saxophone); Frank Strozier, ...
||Van Dyke Parks|
Song Cycle (1968)
When this album was released in 1968 it stood apart from everything else--and still does today. This is not because SONG CYCLE was ahead of its time--rather, it belongs to another time and place, a parallel world that draws breath ...
Michael Feinstein Anthology (2002)
Track Listing: DISC 1: Nice Work If You Can Get It, song; Isn't It Romantic?, song; Swinging On A Star; Ask Me Again, song; Inside U.S.A., musical play: Rhode Island is famous for you; 'S Wonderful, song (from Funny Face, ...
That's Life (2007)
With one of the longest-running careers in the classical-pop crossover market, Russell Watson returned in 2007 with a collection of songs he considered his favorites, and far from being a crossover album, That's Life was a very traditional MOR/easy listening ...
Return of the Marquis de Sade (2002)
Principally recorded at CTS Studios, London, England. Includes liner notes by Nick Redman.
In 1966, when Dizzy Gillespie arranger and spy soundtracker Lalo Schifrin finished recording a Baroque album, he decided to make it a tribute to the Marquis de Sade ...
Love Songs (1993)
Principally recorded at Rumbo Recorders and Gold Mine Studios, Woodland Hills, California.
The jazz content on this CD from singer Diane Schuur is rather slight, but this is actually one of her finest recordings. Schuur (who has a lovely voice) sings ...
Stand in the Light (1995)
Recorded at Smoketree Studios, Hollywood, California on May 11 & 26, 1981.
Personnel: Bill Plante, Travis Fuller, Debbie, Sandy, Yvonne Elliman (vocals); Rocket Ritchotte (guitar); Tom Scott (horns); Larry Muhoberac (keyboards); Mike Baird (drums); Steve Forman (percussion).
Audio Mixer: Doug Parry.
Don't Stop Now (1998)
How do you create your own musical style? If you're three-time EMMY nominated Patsy Meyer, you blend soulful vocals with a vibrant stage persona...then mix it with your own brand of Latin/world percussion, and you have something unique and completely ...
Great Expectations (1993)
Max Bennett is one of those grand, colorful statesmen who display the history of jazz in every stroke and each note that they play. The bassist's early stints with Dizzy and Ella have little to do with the lighthearted direction ...
Bad Love (1999)
Not counting orchestral soundtrack albums and the guest-filled theater piece FAUST, BAD LOVE was the first album of Randy Newman songs in over a decade. As he moved into the '80s, Newman often blunted his lyrical wit with glossy L.A. ...
Old Flame/Dirty Looks (2007)
Raven presents not one but two best-selling Juice Newton albums on the one CD for the first time. Both Old Flame (1985) and Dirty Looks (1983) have long been out of print. By the time the sultry singer hit big ...
Special Treatment (1979)
Composer: Gerald Vinci.
Personnel: Jakob Magnusson (keyboards, synthesizer, vocoder, programming); Venette Gloud, Bill Champlin, Carmen Twillie (vocals); Paul Rayner-Brown, Paul Brown (guitar, percussion); Jeff Baxter, Peter Banks, Carlos Rios (guitar); Rick Smith, Richard Smith, Rick Smith (steel guitar); Michal Urbaniak (violin, ...
||Gordon Lorenz Orchestra & Singers|
Your 101 All Time Favourite TV Themes (2009)
2009 two CD collection of the 101 best known television theme tunes faithfully reproduced by the Gordon Lorenz Orchestra & Singers. Features such classic themes as 'Knight Rider', 'The A Team', 'The Fall Guy', 'Fraggle Rock', 'Batman', 'Star Trek', 'The ...
||Mommy and Me: Playgroup Favorites (2004)
With both originals like "Mommy & Me" and "Take My Hand" and traditional favorites like "Skip to My Lou," "B-I-N-G-O," and "The Itsy Bitsy Spider," Concord's Mommy and Me: Playgroup Favorites is a nice collection for the young child and ...
What Love Is (2006)
Wisconsin native Erin Boheme was only 18 when she found herself recording for the house that Carl Jefferson built: Concord Jazz. Some people who heard WHAT LOVE IS, Boheme's debut album, questioned whether or not it belonged on a jazz-oriented ...
Fabletown is Tim Scott's debut album and has already earned him comparisons to folks like Lyle Lovett and John Fogerty.
Tim has been playing the guitar since the age of sixteen and has been writing lyrics since as long as he ...
Only the Best of America (2008)
The classic America albums "Hat Trick", "Holiday", "Hearts", "Hideaway", "Harbor" and "Live" on 6 CDs.
An enduring singles band in the mid- to late '70s, America managed to combine the sweeter edges of the Eagles and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ...
||I Got No Kick Against Modern Jazz (1995) |
All songs written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney except "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (George Harrison).
(I GOT NO KICK AGAINST) MODERN JAZZ is a salute to the music of The Beatles and features jazz interpretations of their songs by ...
Picture This (1987)
Recorded by Umbi Studios, Castelnuovo, Italy; Le Gonks West, Hollywood, California; Soundtracks, New York, New York.
Cobham's third time at bat for GRP sees him adopting more of the label's smooth-surface anonymity, but his own good taste and deft twist of ...
Man on Wire (2011)
Balancing a tight rope takes care and precision, but to do so from death defying heights a measure of insanity is also needed. PNC's third studio album, Man On Wire, sees the artist continue with his now signature sound of ...
Back to Jazz (1985)
Throughout his career, drummer Alphonse Mouzon has been featured in many different settings. Some of his own recordings as a leader have been purposely commercial, but this date (originally released by Pausa and reissued by Mouzon on his Tenacious label) ...
Magic Band, Live At Donte's (1995)
the great jazz guitarist, joined by Tom Scott, Steve Bohannon, John Guerin and Chuck Berghofer recorded live July, 1968
Personnel: Howard Roberts (guitar); Tom Scott (saxophone); George Bohannon (trombone); John Guerin (drums).
Recording information: Donte's, Los Angeles, CA (07/1968).
Recording information: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas; Estudios Sigla, Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Eurosonic Studios, Madrid, Spain; Lion Share Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Sunset Sound Factory, Los Angeles, CA.
Photographers: Alvaro Rodríguez; Fernando Martinez.
Unknown Contributor Roles: John "J.R." Robinson ; ...
Soul Collective (2008)
Bradley Leighton is a fine flute player who is a bit reminiscent in tone and style of Herbie Mann. Like Mann, Leighton is often heard in a wide variety of settings, ranging from creative jazz to crossover pop. The music ...
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