Tony Scott (musician)  

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Tony Scott (born Anthony Joseph Sciacca June 17, 1921 – March 28, 2007) was an American jazz clarinetist and arranger known for an interest in folk music around the world. For most of his career he was held in high esteem in new-age music circles because of his decades-long involvement in music linked to Asian cultures and to meditation.

In New Age circles, he is known for his albums Music for Zen Meditation (1964) and Music for Yoga Meditation and Other Joys (1968).

Discography

As leader

  • 1953: Tony Scott Quartet, Complete Brunswick Sessions
  • 1956: Both Sides of Tony Scott (RCA Victor)
  • 1956: The Touch of Tony Scott (RCA Victor)
  • 1957: The Complete Tony Scott (RCA Victor)
  • 1957: The Modern Art of Jazz (Seeco)
  • 1957: Free Blown Jazz (Carlton)
  • 1957: My Kind of Jazz (Perfect)
  • 1957: Tony Scott Swinging in Sweden (RCA)
  • 1957: Tony Scott in South Africa (RCA, Teal, South Africa)
  • 1957: Tony Scott In Concert, with Horst Jankowski trio (in Ljubljana)
  • 1959: Golden Moments (Muse)
  • 1959: I'll Remember (Muse)
  • 1959: Sung Heroes (Sunnyside)
  • 1959: Clarinette enchantée
  • 1964: Music for Zen Meditation (Verve)
  • 1967: Tony Scott (LPR) (Verve)
  • 1967: Djanger Bali by Tony Scott and the Indonesian All Stars (MPS)
  • 1968: Music for Yoga Meditation and Other Joys (Verve [1972])
  • 1971: 52nd St. Scene (Hallmark Records)
  • 1973: Manteca (Sonet Records)
  • 1977: Meditation by Tony Scott featuring Jan Akkerman (Polydor)
  • 1978: Boomerang by Tony Scott & The Traditional Jazz Studio (Supraphon)
  • 1989: Lush Life (Core Records)
  • 2004: Tony Scott & The Mario Rusca Trio - The Old Lion Roars (GMG Music by Saar Records)
  • 2007: Talkingmoods
  • 2007: A Jazz Life
  • 2013: Love Transfusion

Under a Blanket Of Blue

As sideman

With Trigger Alpert

With John Lewis

With Mundell Lowe

With Carmen McRae

With the Metronome All-Stars

With Max Roach

With Shirley Bunnie Foy





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