Product description. For some of guitarist John Scofield’s fans, his best albums date come from the s: Electric Outlet and Still Warm. Recorded before his. John Scofield’s latest CD, Bump, signifies a continued exploration of Sco’s funky roots. It hearks back to such recordings as Still Warm or Blue Matter, but is really . Bump. By John Scofield. • 12 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Three Sisters. 2. Chichon. 3. Beep Beep. 4. Kelpers. 5.

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For Pros Sign in or sign up to upload your events. Don’t bring any preconceptions with you when listening to this CD for the first time. Sign in or sign up to upload and share your publicity or live event photos. John Scofield continued to use his Verve Records contract for unusual outings — like this one, his third release for the label, bunp the acoustic disc Quiet and A Go Go which featured Medeski, Martin, and Wood.

John Scofield: Bump

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Feb 13 Wed Mar 20 Wed By Marek Szerszenowicz Member since: Jazz Story I love jazz because it gives me freedom of mind. There is a real cooperative feeling here, which imbues the grooves with such life.


Film Reviews Green Book: When you do, All About Jazz will receive a sales commission. View as a separate page. Post a comment about this album. This is a great feeling group of tunes. Sco definitely has a srong sense scocield form and direction in gump writing, due in no small part to the experience of the arranging work he did on Quiet.

Groan Man John Scofield. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Such sidemen allowed him to delve even more deeply into the second-line funk he had explored earlier in his career; indeed, “Three Sisters,” the leadoff track, sounded like something Allen Toussaint might have scofjeld for the Meters in the early ’70s.

Groan Man and Fez also caught my attention. The overall feel seems more laid back, the rhythm section grooving along in a Funky Meters kind of way, while Sco’s edgy guitar statements percolate above the heat.

This is also an ‘enhanced CD’, with videos, pictures and text files you can view on your Computer. A Moment’s Peace Read more articles. Album Showcase Buy Now. My Content Membership has its privileges! Voting takes seconds so please participate! Past Present Rediscovery John Scofield: I was a little disappointed in that, because I love Sco’s playing kohn wanted to hear him blow scpfield little bit.


John Scofield: Bump

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Sign in or sign up to upload your press release. The harmonies are compelling and compositionally there are some interesting things going on.

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Mar 16 Sat The guitar improvisations are sparse hump well. We Are Not Alone. Album Reviews Bonafide by David A. May 1 Wed Beep Beep John Scofield.

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Please enable JavaScript in your browser jjohn use the site fully. Damn near as funky and danceable as its predecessor, Bump pushes the envelope just a bit further with a mild “techno” flavor thrown into the proverbial bubbling and boiling stew.

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