Scott Hamilton in Aarhus, Denmark, 2018. He emerged in the 1970s in rhythm and blues bands in Providence, Rhode Island, then played jazz on tenor saxophone. In part at the recommendation of Roy Eldridge, he moved to New York City in 1976 and toured with Benny Goodman. He recorded his first significant jazz album as a leader for Chiaroscuro in 1977. Scott's Buddy with Buddy Tate (Concord Jazz, 1981). Close Up (Concord Jazz, 1982). The Second Set (Concord Jazz, 1984).
Scott Hamilton - Close Up/Scott Hamilton - Close U. lac - 24. 0. Scott Hamilton - Close Up/02. Scott Hamilton - Close Up/03.
Tenor Scott Hamilton hit the scene on the 70s, playing in the classic style of Ben Webster and Coleman Hawkins. In 1977, he recorded his debut album for Concord Records, with whom he would have a long recording career. Hamilton formed his own quintet in the early 1980s and developed a style that was very much his own. Backed by Rossano Sportiello on piano, Hassan Shakur on bass and Chuck Riggs on drums, this set from Smalls Live is one of Hamilton's best.
Close Up. Scott Hamilton - Close Up JazzJazz. Release source: CD. Year: 1991. Discount: 20%. 00:00.
Nocturnes and Serenades 2006. Tight But Loose (With Dusko Goykovich) 2011. Jazz Signatures 2001. Scott Hamilton (with Strings) 1993. Ballad Essentials (Reissued 1996) 1977. Ballads For Audiophiles 2017. Late Night Christmas Eve 1997. Remembering Billie 2013.
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Scott Hamilton is a jazz tenor saxophonist associated with swing (music) and mainstream jazz. 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.
|A1||All Of You||4:24|
|A2||I Remenber You||5:10|
|A3||Mad About You||4:02|
|B1||Was I To Blame For Falling In Love With You?||4:26|
|B3||Mr. Big And Mr. Modern||4:27|
|B4||Portrait Of Jennie||5:18|
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Art Direction – Dick Hendler
- Bass – Phil Flanigan
- Drums – Chuck Riggs
- Engineer [Assistant] – Eric Korte
- Engineer [Recording] – Ed Trabanco
- Engineer [Remix] – Phil Edwards
- Guitar – Chris Flory
- Liner Notes – Fred Bouchard
- Mastered By – George Horn
- Photography [Cover] – David Fisher
- Piano – John Bunch
- Producer – Carl E. Jefferson
- Tenor Saxophone – Scott Hamilton
NotesRecorded at Soundmixers, New York, NY, February 1982
Remixed at PER, San Francisco, CA
℗ 1978 Concord Jazz, Inc.
|CJ-197||Scott Hamilton||Close Up (LP, Album)||Concord Jazz||CJ-197||US||1982|
|CJ-4197||Scott Hamilton||Close Up (CD, Album, RE)||Concord Jazz||CJ-4197||US||Unknown|
|CCD-4197||Scott Hamilton||Close Up (CD, Album, RE)||Concord Jazz||CCD-4197||Germany||Unknown|