The best album by John Scofield is Überjam which is ranked number 8,471 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 172. John Scofield is ranked number 1,780 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 815. Product Details. John Scofield - Still Warm - CD - ALBUM H2 Condition: Like New. Time left: 1h 23m 35s. Ships to: Worldwide.
This John Scofield discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top John Scofield albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included John Scofield singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
The Best of John Scofield is a compilation album by jazz musician John Scofield. All tracks except "Tom Thumb" (previously unreleased) can be found on Scofield recordings during his tenure on Blue Note Records from November 1989 until June 1995.
Also included is material from Hand Jive, Scofield's collaboration with Eddie Harris, and an unreleased take on Wayne Shorter's "Tom Thumb.
These are the 6 essential John Scofield albums, drawn from his extensive catalog of solo recordings since 1977. One of Lovano’s finer moments as a sideman. Very Diverse and Highly Recommended. 03. of 06. Time on My Hands (Blue Note). Scofield has always been pretty prolific, turning out at least one studio album a year since the late 70s. Some years he managed to cut the second set, as was the case in ‘90 when he followed Meant to Be with this set. This one encores Lovano in the saxophonist chair with one of jazz’s most formidable rhythm sections, Charlie Haden and Jack DeJohnette, managing bass and drum duties
John Scofield – Past Present (2015).
November 2009, 10:30 for CD John Scofield, The Best Of John Scofield.
John Scofield : The Best Of John Scofield: Liquid Fire CD (1999). This is a very fun album with a lot of variety. On the surface, it may seem a little hokey, but it all pulls together nicely and leaves you feeling like you are listening to a very current recording. John Scofield says that he like to think that Miles Davis would have loved this album because of the way it stretches Jazz fusion boundaries and how it sounds so current. Even though there are some progressive elements spread throughout the album, it is mostly just good funk fusion album and it is one that might even make you want to move around a bit.
Tracks: Big Fan - John Scofield The Best of John Scofield, 1996. Camp Out - John Scofield The Best of John Scofield, 1996. Call 911 - John Scofield The Best of John Scofield, 1996. Kool - John Scofield The Best of John Scofield, 1996. So Sue Me - John Scofield feat. Jack DeJohnette The Best of John Scofield, 1996. Flower Power - John Scofield The Best of John Scofield, 1996. You Bet - John Scofield The Best of John Scofield, 1996. Message To My Friend - John Scofield, Pat Metheny The Best of John Scofield, 1996
|1-5||I Can See Your House From Here|
|1-6||Toogs (2003/live At The Blue Note,Ny)|
|1-11||Mrs. Scofield's Waltz|
|2-1||What'd I Say|
|2-5||Walk With Me|
|2-8||Like The Moon|
|2-10||Right About Now|
|2-11||Love You Long Time|