Garden - Tom Scott - New York Connection (Vinyl, LP, Album)

13.01.2020
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  • Tom Cat, an Album by Tom Scott & the L.A. Express. Released in on ABC (catalog no. SP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Funk, Jazz Fusion.
  • Tom Scott had a great short lifetime playing with George Harrison. Because of that George Harrison played on this LP New York Connection. I am not much of a fan of Tom Scott nor am I a big fan of his music. I try to acquire all of the LP's (CD's) where an ex-Beatle is a guest musician on someone elses LP /5(16).
  • Tom Scott And The L.A. Express Jazz Used - LP SP Embossed Cover Original. Features Joe Sample And Larry Carlton. Appears Unplayed. more details: Great Scott! Jazz New - LP SP A&M Factory Sealed 2nd Issue. “This Was One Of Tom Scott.
  • New York Connection is an album by American musician Tom Scott that was released by Ode in December with a UK release following in April It entered the Billboard on 20 December to begin a chart stay of 25 weeks, peaking at number In contrast with the Los Angeles-based Scott’s previous projects, the nine-song set features New York musicians such as Hugh McCracken, Richard.
  • Because of that George Harrison played on this LP New York Connection. I am not much of a fan of Tom Scott nor am I a big fan of his music. I try to acquire all of the LP's (CD's) where an ex-Beatle is a guest musician on someone elses LP and this is one. Tom Scott played on 3 of George's LP's, Dark Horse, Extra Texture and Thirty-Three & 1//5(16).
  • Jul 31,  · TOM SCOTT LP New York Connection Ode(Usa sp) Vinyl VG++ Cover VG++. Tracks: dirty old man, uptown and country, new york connection, garden, time and love, midtown rush, looking out for number 7, appolonia, you're gonna need rilrisucacuddtunepdiahourgtikickfid.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  • New York Connection, an Album by Tom Scott. Released 8 December on Ode (catalog no. SP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Fusion, Smooth Jazz. Featured peformers: Tom Scott (producer, arranger), Ralph MacDonald (percussion), Hugh McCracken (guitar), Eric Gale (guitar), Gary King (bass), Steve Gadd (drums), Richard Tee (keyboards), Bob James (electric piano), Hank Cicalo (producer, .
  • Aug 25,  · For New York Connection, Scott left his L.A. Express in California and ventured to the Big Apple to join forces with keyboardists Bob James and Richard Tee, guitarist Hugh McCracken, drummer Steve Gadd and others who -- like the saxman -- had decent jazz chops, but devoted much of their time to R&B/soul session work. While Scott was never in a class with Stanley Turrentine, Grover .

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