His tenor saxophone style completely bypassed that era and looked back to the time when swing and bop musicians such as charlie parker, ben webster and lester young played side by side. The musicians were not publicly recognized in their era, but were viewed with reverence by industry insiders. You can help us by sharing the link with friends, in social networks, message boards and other mass media. Going to try and post the lineups for each of these records for mostly informational purposes. Exclusive releases and albums of various styles and music genres in high quality are available to you to listen, buy and download. Tenor saxophonist scott hamiltons debut for concord which has been reissued on cd alerted the jazz world to the young swing stylist and predated wynton marsalis first record and the emergence of the young lions by a couple years. Saxophone and clarinet player, born on january 1st, 1971. Scott hamilton listen and stream free music, albums, new releases, photos, videos scott hamilton. Scott hamilton is a good wind who is blowing us no ill concord jazz, 1977 the grand appearance progressive, 1978 scott hamilton 2 concord jazz, 1978 scott hamilton and warren vache with scotts band in new york concord jazz, 1978. Scott hamilton is a good wind who is blowing us no ill concord jazz, 1977 the grand appearance progressive, 1978 scott hamilton 2 concord jazz, 1978 scott hamilton and warren vache with scott s band in new york concord jazz, 1978. Soultracks is currently the most popular soul music website in america. He formed his first band in 1928 with friends who played oil drums and hamilton a bamboo sax, influenced by american musicians such as duke ellington and count basie and by the kingstonbased bands of redver cook and roy coburn he spent some time in the u.
Whereas many jazz artists had gravitated toward free jazz in the 1960s and jazz fusion in the 1970s, hamilton looked back toward swing and bop from the 1930s. Chillout, ambient, downtempo, lounge, deep house, eap czas. Scott hamilton is a good wind whos blowing us no ill. Albums include tenorshoes, scott hamilton is a good wind. Scott hamilton is a good wind who is blowing us no ill concord jazz, 1977 scott hamilton 2 concord jazz, 1978 scott hamilton and warren vache with scott s band in new york concord jazz, 1978. Ok, you guys have dexter sound and coltranes sound here. These albums have been excluded here because some of them are believed to only have been mastered by van gelder. Scott hamilton with strings by scott hamilton on amazon music. The tone and effects section is useful for all styles. Scott hamilton came on the scene during the 1970s, when disco and fusion ruled the jazz landscape. Van gelder studio, englewood cliffs, nj, january 18, 1963. He took up the alto sax at the age of 10 and played his first jazz gig at the age of. Including careerdefining sessions that continue to make their influence felt, the best jazz albums of all time offer a wealth of.
Zoot sims biography, albums, streaming links allmusic. Afrobeat was created and almost exclusively performed by nigerian superstar fela anikulapokuti. Sep 12, 2016 great scott is a documentary interview about the career of jazz saxophonist scott hamilton. Scott hamilton has always been up front with not being able to read. Download torrent piano jazz fast and easy torrent search. An example is an album where the back of the lp jacket says engineer. Mainstream jazz scott hamilton tenorshoes 1979, flac. The opening strike up the band developed as the tenorists unhurried shuffle of famous swingsax licks gently. Mainstream jazz cd ruby braff with scott hamilton for. I would also jump at an opportunity to hear scott hamilton live over all the cds i play. Ive seen scott hamilton 4 times now and there is no question he is one of the finest saxophonists in the world. Recorded with a teac ad500 cassette deck, a desktop computer with a modern soundblaster sound card, and the audio recording program goldwave. Scott hamilton is a jazz tenor saxophonist and associated with swing music and mainstream jazz. Tenor saxophone player scott brings his regular english band with him which includes the excellent john pearce on keyboards, that doyen of the double bass dave green and the erudite drummer steve brown to complete the quartet.
Scott hamiltons sound archive sax on the web forum. Great scott documentary about jazz saxophonist scott hamilton. Barney wilen discography 195 4 1961 barney wilen discography 1961 1990 barney wilen discography 1991 20. Jazz messengers march 2012 by jazzmessengers issuu. He did a tour many years ago with a benny goodman big band where he figured out his own tenor part over the course of rehearsals and gigs solos were not a problem. Scott is also a member of the les deux love orchestra and has conducted over thirty symphony orchestras around the u. Scott hamilton s profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. When scott hamilton appeared in the mid70s fully formed with an appealing swing style on tenor mixing together zoot sims and ben webster, he caused a minor sensation, for few other young players during the fusion era were exploring prebop jazz at his high level. Kenny hamilton dear brothers and sisters and friends.
Released in september 1975 on concord records, this album is considered plas johnsons best of all his excellent discography. Dot album discography, part 2 lps 300032502500025250 by david edwards and mike callahan last update. From the very beginning of his musical career in the mid 70s he was associated with the swingrevival scene which made him for his age a very unmodern artist. When scott hamilton appeared in the mid70s fully formed with an appealing swing style on tenor mixing together zoot sims and ben webster, he caused a minor sensation, for few other young players during the fusion era were exploring prebop jazz a. At the age of 3 he began playing with a guitar and piano. Scott hamilton late night christmas eve romantic sax with strigs 2000 mp3.
A few notes on my criteria all of them politically incorrect. But on nocturnes and serenades its the soul of scott hamilton that comes to the fore. Jan 12, 2016 saxophonist scott hamilton harmonizes with the jeff hamilton trio on live in bern for years, scott hamilton toured as a soloist. The 100 greatest disco 12s of all time the vinyl factory.
Adele bertei kristian hoffman the mumps robert quine the voidoids and vivienne dick. Music profile for scott hamilton, born 12 september 1954. Barney wilen barney wilen discography 1991 2004 loustal. Soultracks is the leading online resource dedicated to classic and modern soul music. For the prog rock avant jazz saxophonist, member of the muffins, and engineer, based in washington d. Solo discography of linda ronstadt displays 24 albumscds from 1969 to 2004. Recorded at avatar studio in new york on september 26 and 27,2002 featuring scott hamilton. Recently he recorded a new album with drummer jeff hamilton s band.
I hope you find these lessons and tutorials useful. Find scott hamilton discography, albums and singles on allmusic. Scott hamilton and warren vache with scott s band in new york concord jazz concord 1978. Scott hamilton, flip phillips, ray turner 4, and peter loeb, frank sokolow, bennie wallace. The cache of aphex twins epic soundcloud output under username user18081971 between 2015 and january 2016 when all of his tracks were removed. Scott hamilton emerged as a major jazz talent in the late 1970s by bucking the trend.
In his characteristic jack nicholson type of voice, hamilton talks about his love of music and his. Scott hamilton was born in 1954, in providence, rhode island. Interview aphex twin soundcloud tracks tweaked by mike paradinas mix of aphex twins soundcloud tracks by dj food overview. Swinginfluenced saxophonist who first emerged in the 70s and helped revitalize interest in mainstream jazz. Not represented here because they lived before the age of albums. Saxophonist scott hamilton harmonizes with the jeff hamilton.
The fate of our site directly depends on its relevance. Mulligan was a little less active after the big band broke up but he toured extensively with the dave brubeck quartet 196872, had a parttime big band in the 1970s the age of steam, doubled on soprano for a period, led a mid70s sextet that included vibraphonist dave samuels, and in 1986 jammed on a record with scott hamilton. He emerged in the 1970s and at the time he was considered to be one of the few musicians of real talent who carried the tradition of the classic jazz tenor saxophone in the style of ben webster, coleman hawkins as well as zoot sims and don byas forward. Scott was awarded the ronnie for international jazz saxophonist of the year in the 2007 inaugural ronnie scott s jazz awards. Over the course of more than thirty albums as a leader, tenor saxophonist scott hamilton has had some inspired encounters with jazz greats, including pianists gene harris and dave mckenna, guitarists charlie byrd and bucky pizzarelli, trumpeters ruby braff and warren vache, saxophonists flip phillips and gerry mulligan, and vocalists maxine sullivan and rosemary clooney. Sunnyside ssc 1064 eddie higgins zoots hymns venus j tkcv35353, vhcd3040, vhcd78097 eddie higgins quartet when your lover has gone venus j vhcd1112 eddie higgins quartet when your lover has gone eddie higgins trio i cant believe that youre in love with me. It is no wonder that scott hamilton is in demand the world over. Scott hamilton biography, albums, streaming links allmusic.
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Eddie higgins quartet, eddie higgins piano, scott hamilton tenor sax, steve gilmore bass, bill goodwin drums. All three of these extremely rare recordings are together being. American saxophonist, composer, arranger, conductor and leader of the west coast jazz fusion ensemble, the l. Roy hargrove is a grammyaward winning recording artist whose first disc as a jazz leader was released in 1990. Dizzy gillespie, lionel hampton, stan getz, fats waller, scott joplin, louis armostrong, jelly roll morton, charlie parker, stephane grappelli, earl hines, woody herman, tommy dorsey, johnny hodges, count basie, chet baker, charlie christian, art tatum, lester. Scott hamilton olympic champion and inspirational speaker.
Tenor saxophonist scott hamilton s debut for concord which has been reissued on cd alerted the jazz world to the young swing stylist and predated wynton marsalis first record and the emergence of the young lions by a couple years. During his early childhood he heard a lot of jazz through his fathers extensive record collection, and became acquainted with the jazz greats. In 20 and 2014 hamilton worked with andrea motis and joan chamorro. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from scott hamilton. King 4739 sonny carter there is no greater love oh baby king 4732 earl bostic blues skies mambolino king 4741 earl bostic time on my hands ubangi stomp. This concert was no exception and brian kellock and scott hamilton compliment. Hamilton was born in port maria, jamaica, and learnt to play saxophone on a bamboo instrument. He formed his first band in 1928 with friends who played oil drums and hamilton a bamboo sax, influenced by american musicians such as duke ellington and count basie and by the kingstonbased bands of redver cook and roy coburn. Rudy van gelder but the jazz discography project does not list the recording location as van gelder studio. He began playing when he was 16 and developed quickly, moving to new york in 1976. Early in his career it was observed that hamilton s sound and conception channeled those of giants ben webster and zoot sims. Lydia lunch guitar on white devil and moaning on stained sheets written by lydia lunch and george scott.
On june 25, 2019, the new york times magazine listed tom scott among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 universal fire. November 16, 2003 the first label on the 12 inch record series was the same as the label used on the 10 inch series, maroon with silver printing. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, im or document to embed the entire object, paste this html in website to link to this page, paste this link in email, im or document. Fuelled by voracious selectors and intrepid reissue labels bringing back 12. Scott hamilton, flip phillips, ray turner 4, and peter loeb, frank sokolow, bennie wallace the progressive records all star tenor sax spectacular album 2 versions. Radio city by scott hamilton album listen for free on myspace. Official website for olympic champion and inspirational speaker, scott hamilton featuring latest news, speaking engagements, and media appearances. His smooth style and iconic tone set him apart from the rest. Scott hamilton quartet tour dates listed on since aug 2007.
The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. And he builds a chelsea bridge that is every bit on a scale with that of webster, its previous master architect. Scott hamilton listen and stream free music, albums, new. One of the most popular pages on the internet for intermediate to very advanced piano solo, contains jazz transcriptions from current and past masters, and arrangements by. We also need any information about good english torrent trackers to add to our index. What has forever been defined by the glitterball aesthetic of saturday night fever, has, slowly opened its arms to embrace a world of different musics, loosely connected by the idea, feel or groove of disco.462 304 1324 886 1267 938 219 1373 936 4 1158 860 579 580 1558 590 248 1404 1023 1157 258 65 1567 641 4 1355 1118 539 464 402 364 22 915 474