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  1. Gozuru says:
    John Scofield: John Scofield: Past Present. By DOUG COLLETTE September 30, as is the case with "Enjoy the Future!" And in doing so, during, for instance, "Museum," he deftly interweaves the staccato attack of a blues guitarist and the fluid approach of a pure jazz player. It's well-nigh impossible to mistake John Scofield for any.
  2. Yozshujind says:
    Oct 08,  · John Scofield updates his early-'90s quartet with drummer Bill Stewart, saxophonist Joe Lovano and bassist Larry Grenadier for his impulse! debut, Past Present. For an artist equally adept at jazz fusion, funk, blues, soul and rock getting to the root of jazz means channeling the blues/5(25).
  3. Tubei says:
    As with the quartet's previous work, Past Present is a largely acoustic jazz album, with Scofield playing on an amped, semi-hollow-body guitar. Scofield also supplies all of the compositions on Past Present, some of which, poignantly, were inspired by his son Evan Scofield, who died from cancer at age 26 in /
  4. Gashakar says:
    Sep 25,  · As with the quartet's previous work, Past Present is a largely acoustic jazz album, with Scofield playing on an amped, semi-hollow-body guitar. Scofield also supplies all of the compositions on Past Present, some of which, poignantly, were inspired by his son Evan Scofield, who died from cancer at age 26 in
  5. Zuzragore says:
    John Scofield’s new album Past Present is available September 25, ! Bringing back the band with Joe Lovano, Bill Stewart and Larry Grenadier stepping in for Dennis Irwin and Marc Johnson. Check it out now on Apple Music or at Amazon.
  6. Kagalmaran says:
    Past Present John Scofield; 9 videos; No views; Last updated on May 25, Museum by John Scofield - Topic. Play next; Past Present by John Scofield - Topic.
  7. Akinom says:
    Past Present is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that was recorded in March and released on September 25, Scofield is joined by Joe Lovano, Larry Grenadier, and Bill Stewart on saxophone, bass, and drums, respectively. The album earned Scofield a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental blackhammerfelhaninshawield.infoinfo: Jazz.

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