7 thoughts on “ Blues For The Players - Scott Hamilton - Scott Hamilton, 2 ”

  1. Scott Hamilton. While he acknowledges the sidelong influence of players such as John Coltrane, he continues to perform the music he loves, which first brought him into jazz - great ballads and blues, played from the heart, with the timeless virtues of swinging playing underscoring every phrase.
  2. A veteran of the New England jazz scene, bassist John Turner has performed and recorded with just about everybody–specifically the Either/Orchestra,Charlie Kohlhase, Scott Hamilton, Roswell Rudd, Lee Konitz, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, members of Ornette Coleman’s band, and, Magic Dick-Jay Geils and Blues Time to name a few.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Meets The Piano Players on Discogs.
  4. Apr 06,  · featuring Scott Hamilton Andrea Motis: Vc Joan Chamorro:b Scott Hamilton:Ts Ignasi Terraza:p Only Jazz and Blues Recommended for you. Stardust - Scott Hamilton & .
  5. Apr 08,  · Flip Phillips and Scott Hamilton - A Sound Investment - Blues For the Midgets JazzyJuanma. one is always aware of the good vibes these tenor players generate in these small-combo contemporary.
  6. Scott Hamilton's second in a countless string of Concord sets as a leader features the warm tenor performing nine standards (including "Rough Ridin'") and his own "Blues for the Players" with pianist Nat Pierce, guitarist Cal Collins, bassist Monty Budwig, and drummer Jake Hanna. Most of the tunes are of slow to medium tempo, with "I Want to Be Happy" being the one romp of the date.8/
  7. In 20Hamilton worked with Andrea Motis and Joan Chamorro. Discography As leader. Scott Hamilton Is a Good Wind Who Is Blowing Us No Ill (Concord Jazz, ) Scott Hamilton 2 (Concord Jazz, ) Scott Hamilton and Warren Vache (with Scott.

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