Tom Scott Discography
Associated with: Carpenters
, Steely Dan
, Joni Mitchell
, Carole King
, George Harrison
, Julio Iglesias
, Joan Baez
, Frank Sinatra
, Grateful Dead
, Barbra Streisand
, Quincy Jones
, Blues Brothers
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Definitive Pop Collection (2006)
For this thorough 2006 collection, Rhino Records compiled the finest songs by America onto two discs. The chronologically ordered 30-track set wisely focuses on the folk-rock group's 1970s heyday, beginning with that notorious dose of Neil Young-worship that is "A ...
Dave Koz (1990)
Fans of saxophonist Dave Koz from either his days playing EWI with the Rippingtons or his tours with lookalike pop star Richard Marx waited a long few years for this explosive debut, and Koz certainly delivers the goods with an ...
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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 ...
Say Anything (2009)
Clocking in at 46 minutes--nearly half the running time of 2007's IN DEFENSE OF THE GENRE--Say Anything's fourth album is both trim and tuneful, with Sam Bemis devoting more focus than ever to the tightening of his quirky, unchained pop ...
Distant Lover (1984)
"By All Means" was previously released on BY ALL MEANS Tenacious (9202).
combination of contemporary jazz & jazz/house/dance/R&B w. Stanley Clarke-bss, Herbie Hancock-pno, Lee Ritenour-gtr, Michael Brecker-sax, Freddie Hubbard-flg, Tom Scott-sax, Paul Jackson, Jr-gtr, Nathan East-bss, Scott Edwards-bss 1982
Personnel: Alphonse ...
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Journey Continues (1999)
Cecilio & Kapono's The Journey Continues collects some of the finest moments of their laid-back Hawaiian rock. "Lovin' in Your Eyes," "Feeling Just the Way I Do (Over You)," and "I Am the Other Man" capture the group's tropical, romantic ...
Color of Love (1985)
singer/songwriter's fourth release w. Emil Palame, Dan Siegel+
Composer: Mark Winkler.
Personnel: Denise Stewart (vocals, background vocals); Julie Kelly, Angel Rogers (vocals); Peter White (guitar, acoustic guitar, accordion); Grant Geissman, Alan Hines (guitar); Sam Riney (saxophone, alto saxophone); Tom Scott (alto ...
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 ; ...
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, ...
Definitive Collection (1992)
Tracks 1-13 & 17 recorded live at The Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California; tracks 18-20 recorded at Universal Recording, Chicago, Illinois.
Digitally remastered by Joe Gastwirt (Ocean View Digital, Los Angeles, California).
This classic compilation by the former Saturday Night Live sketch-turned-cult ...
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 ...
||Sax for Lovers (1996) |
Liner Note Author: Didier C. Deutsch.
Personnel: Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale , Gabor Szabo, Hugh McCracken, Eric Gate, Michael O'Neill (guitar); George Ricci (cello); Frank Wess (flute, alto saxophone); Tom Scott (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Kirk Whalum, Arthur Blythe, Paul Desmond ...
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 ...
Vibe Over Perfection (2008)
San Francisco based jazz vocalist Jamie Davis is an old smoothie in the traditional classic sense, while also enjoying a go at a contemporary pop song. His voice lies somewhere in between the smoky soulfulness of Joe Williams and the ...
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 ...
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 ...
At ten tracks, the Australian 2006 release Collections is indeed skimpy, but it does deliver five of the band's biggest hits -- "Hold the Line," "Rosanna," "Africa," "Georgy Porgy," and "99" -- and a good cross-section of album tracks, making ...
Vapour Trails (1979)
Audio Remixer: Larry Carlton.
Recording information: Matrix Studios, London, England; Room 335, Hollywood, CA.
Photographer: Jennifer Maxon.
Vapour Trails: John McBurnie (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards, percussion, background vocals); Phil Curtis (bass instrument, bass guitar); Andy Dalby.
Personnel: Betsy Cook (vocals, Wurlitzer piano, Wurlitzer organ, ...
||New American Orchestra|
Blade Runner (1982)
This album contains an orchestral version of Vangelis's film score.
A somewhat unsatisfying orchestral rerecording of Vangelis's original electronic score. Unfortunately this was the only recording available until the 1994 release of the official Blade Runner soundtrack. ~ Bruce Eder
Original score ...
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 ...
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Dave Grusin Presents GRP All-Star Big Band Live! (1993)
The second of three releases by the GRP All-Star Big Band (headed by Dave Grusin) has lots of exciting moments, including "Manteca," "Blue Train," and a version of "Cherokee" that has tradeoffs by trumpeters Arturo Sandoval, Randy Brecker, Byron Stripling, ...
||Mommy and Me: More Playgroup Favorites (2004)
The companion to Mommy and Me: Playgroup Favorites, More Playgroup Favorites contains both original compositions ("Mommy & Me" and "Take My Hand," both of which are also found on the Playgroup disc) and versions of traditional children's favorites ("Where Is ...
Seven Steps to Heaven (2009)
As this album buoyantly demonstrates, Feldman was a superbly creative pianist, a greatly neglected vibraphonist and no less than significantly a composer whose works, diversified though they are, have in common a consistent melodic creativity. Victor spe
Recording information: Los Angeles, ...
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 ...
Most Requested Songs (1996)
Most Requested Songs features a number of re-recordings, including a new version of "Into the Night," plus several newly recorded tunes, including a remake of Roy Orbison's "Running Scared" and "It's All in the Game." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Recording information: ...
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