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The Compositions of Bobby Scott, Vol. 2

Bobby Scott Octet

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1
Wigwam
Bobby Scott Octet
2:19
2
The Creed
Bobby Scott Octet
4:02
3
Table Cloth Stomp
Bobby Scott Octet
2:59
4
A Parable
Bobby Scott Octet
2:59
5
The Wig
Bobby Scott Octet
2:35
6
Count Bill
Bobby Scott Octet
2:43
7
Kwan-Youen
Bobby Scott Octet
2:57
8
Makin' Whoopie
Bobby Scott Octet
4:35
Total Playing Time    25:09
"It's a shame Scott's jazz work isn't better known today."
- JazzWax.com

In late 1954 and early 1955 jazz pianist Bobby Scott recorded two volumes entitled The Compositions of Bobby Scott. The first volume was recorded in New York City, the second volume was recorded a few weeks later in Los Angeles. Scott recruited an all-star West Coast band for this album: Conte Candoli on trumpet, Frank Rosolino on trombone, Charlie Mariano on alto sax, Bill Holman on tenor sax, Jimmy Giuffre on baritone sax, Max Bennett on bass and Stan Levey on drums.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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