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Igetthepicture - John Scofield - Loud Jazz

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  1. Jun 11,  · Loud Jazz John Scofield Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews. See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: Loud Jazz "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited Stream Loud Jazz by John Scofield and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited 4/4(9).
  2. If I ever needed a title to categorize John Scofield releases from his Grammavision days, I couldn't find one more apt than Loud Jazz (Grammavision, ) This was the last of Sco's hot, electric funk fusion releases. He's still groovin' and in the pocket today, but not the electric, loud, in-your.
  3. John Scofield's Other Pieces and Albums albums rated: good albums: tracks rated: good tracks: Short music samples used on this website are copyrighted by their respective producer/artist and are provided here for preview only.
  4. This pair sit together fairly comfortably, having been recorded within three months of each other. Some differences might be expected, since Loud Jazz was a new studio album and Pick Hits was a live recording reprising material from Scofield’s first three fusion albums – Author: Jazz Journal.
  5. Loud Jazz John Scofield Jazz ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Igetthepicture 11 Spy vs. Spy 11 Songs, 57 Minutes Also Available in iTunes More By John Scofield See All. A Go Go Hudson (feat. Jack DeJohnette, Larry Grenadier, John Medeski & John Scofield) Country for Old Men.
  6. There are "loud" moments on this studio set, but the title cut's name is more a humorous attempt to describe the John Scofield Quartet's music than an accurate depiction of their style. The leader/guitarist, who sounds typically distinctive, welcomes guest keyboardist George Duke to five of his nine originals. Scofield's regular group of the era consisted of keyboardist Robert Aries, electric 9/
  7. Loud Jazz is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield Reception. AllMusic awarded the album with 4 stars and its review by Scott Yanow states: "The music (which includes such numbers as "Tell You What", "Dirty Rice", "Wabash" and "Spy Vs. Spy") has few memorable melodies but plenty of dynamic playing by Scofield, who at this point was Genre: Jazz fusion.

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