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  • Shakataur says:
    Up All Night is an album by The John Scofield Band, released in as jazz guitarist John Scofield's sixth album for the Verve label, and the second for the band. For this recording, the band included second guitarist Avi Bortnick and drummer Adam Deitch, both of whom were also featured on the band's debut recording Ürostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfo recording also features bassist Andy Hess, who replaced Jesse.
  • Fenritaxe says:
    John Scofield, Steve Swallow, Bill Stewart – Swallow Tales (ECM CD review by Alison Bentley) Going back to go forwards: US guitarist John Scofield’s new project returns to the Steve Swallow compositions that inspired his younger self in the late ’60s, and later when he was Swallow’s student at Berklee, Boston. Swallow was even on the first three albums that Scofield owned.
  • Tomuro says:
    John Scofield’s latest album, Swallow Tales, was released on June 12, John celebrates the music of his friend and mentor Steve Swallow in an outgoing and spirited recording, made in a day in New York in March — “old school” style as Scofield says, while acknowledging that more than forty years of preparation led up to it.
  • Jubei says:
    "John Scofield owes a great deal to Medeski, Martin & Wood for the success of A Go Go. The piano/organ, bass, and drum playing trio adds a world of bouncing vibes to Scofield's inquisitive, happy guitar work here. A Go Go is an album of mostly breezy, sometimes tense, jam-based grooves.
  • Meztisida says:
    John Scofield's stature as a modern jazz master on electric guitar puts him in a sweet spot for this simmering, sexy collaboration with acid jazz pathfinders Medeski, Martin and Wood, Scofield's taut and spicy lines striking sparks against the soulful grooves pitched by drummer Billy Martin, keyboard colorist John Medeski, and bassist Chris Wood.
  • Mazugal says:
    Innovative guitarist, visionary band leader, and singular composer John Scofield has been on a serious roll of late. Scofield’s release, Past Present, earned the New York native a Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. Scofield followed Past Present with the eclectic Country For Old Men with the Grammy gods granting him the gilded gramophone trophies for Best Jazz Instrumental.
  • Taugrel says:
    Album Description. Guitarist John Scofield celebrates the music of his friend and mentor Steve Swallow in an outgoing and spirited recording, made "old school" style in just one day in New York in March "I love these songs", says Scofield of the selection of Swallow compositions explored here.
  • Mikasho says:
    Galloping between the steppes of the terrific "Hand jive" (Blue Note, ) and "A go go" (Verve, ), the funkier stage of Scofield's music in the mid's visited the lands of "Groove elation" with the company of the late Dennis Irwin and Larry Goldings -the core of his band-, the collaboration of Idris Muhammad (in lieu of Bill Stewart) and the absence of a tenor sax co-leading the front.

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