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John Scofield - Plays Live mp3 download

Performer: John Scofield
Title: Plays Live
Duration: 38:45
Released: October 1, 1999
Size MP3 version: 1992 mb
Size FLAC version: 1679 mb
Size WMA version: 1291 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 878
Format: ASF MP3 APE MP2 VOX MIDI
Genre: Jazz

John Scofield - Plays Live mp3 download


Track list: Trio (John Scofield/Don Pullen/Marvin "Smitty" Smith) 1. Bolivar Blues 2. Charlie Chan Duo (John Scofield/Dr

John Abercrombie & John Scofield.

Scorched is the live recorded premiere of the (re-)composition by Mark-Anthony Turnage commissioned by the Society of Friends and Patrons of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2002. Turnage recomposed and orchestrated original compositions by jazz guitarist John Scofield for symphony orchestra and big band to which the title refers (SCOfield ORCHstratED). Scofield was part of the project together with John Patitucci on electric bass and Peter Erskine on drums

The Trio Meets John Scofield. John Scofield, Jonas Burgwinkel, Robert Landfermann, Pablo Held. 2011 International Version. John Scofield, Dannie Richmond, George Adams, Don Pullen, Cameron Brown. Live at the Warfield Theater. Joan Osborne, John Scofield, Phil Lesh, Larry Campbell, Greg Osby. Slo Sco: Best Of The Ballads.

One of guitarist John Scofield's best sessions for Gramavision, this live date features his regular band of the period, a quartet with keyboardist Robert Aries, electric bassist Gary Grainger and drummer Dennis Chambers, who had been playing together regularly for a year at that point. The close communication between the musicians on such numbers as "Pick Hits," "Protocol" and "Blue Matter" could only come from the players fully understanding each other's musical personalities.

My latest album, is out today! Visit ln. o/JSCombo66 for CD or mp3 formats of the complete album ft. Bill Stewart, Vicente Archer, and Gerald Clayton. ??????? Thank you for all the support! 896. 53. Rehearsing with MMW for Jam Cruise. We set sail out of Miami tomorrow. I'm looking forward to playing the old tunes again.

John Scofield ?- Live. Label: Enja Records ?- enja 3013. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Recording Location: "Live" at the Domicile, Munich. Date: November 4th, 1977. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All.

If you want to know, "What is the Best John Scofield album of all time?" or "What are the top John Scofield albums?" then this list will answer your questions. With a career spanning decades, he's made a range of music within the jazz, jazz fusion, blues, and soul genres.

John Scofield's latest album Country for Old Men was released September 23, 2016! Country For Old Men is Scofield's homage to such greats as George Jones, Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, James Taylor, and Hank Williams among others. This album has Scofield playing alongside accomplished colleagues Steve Swallow, Larry Goldings and Bill Stewart, and was produced by Scofield himself. Country for old men. Here's a short film (by Abbott Ziegler Films) from a recent session for my next record Country For Old Men.

The John Scofield Quartet Plays Live 1993. A guitar break in the middle plays through some cool sounds and screechy textures. Later, the guitar and sax mirror each other and create a crazy vibe right at the end. 'Snap, Crackle, Pop' is another upbeat funk-fest with another great guitar solo with some unique sounds which were probably created by the electronics. The theme in this one doesn't quite match up to the faster rhythm, but that's only a minor problem. John Scofield says that he like to think that Miles Davis would have loved this album because of the way it stretches Jazz fusion boundaries and how it sounds so current. Even though there are some progressive elements spread throughout the album, it is mostly just good funk fusion album and it is one that might even make you want to move around a bit.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Stranger to the Light John Scofield 15:08
2 Meant to Be John Scofield 9:24
3 Chariots John Scofield 14:13

Credits

John Scofield - Primary Artist