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Joe Scott Vinyl Record Albums

Joseph Wade "Joe" Scott (December 2, 1924 – March 6, 1979) was an American R&B trumpeter, bandleader, songwriter, arranger, record producer and A&R man, best known for his work at Duke and Peacock Records in the 1950s and 1960s, notably with Bobby "Blue" Bland. Born in Texarkana, Arkansas, he settled in Houston, Texas by about 1950, becoming established as the principal bandleader, A&R man and arranger at Don Robey's Duke and Peacock Records. He wrote and arranged songs for Johnny Ace, Big Mama Thornton, Bobby Bland, and Junior Parker, as well as leading their touring bands. Among the songs that Scott wrote – although in most cases Robey claimed a co-writing credit with him, or in some cases sole credit – were Bobby Bland's "Lead Me On", "Turn On Your Love Light" and "Ain't Nothing You Can Do"; Larry Davis' "Texas Flood"; Johnny Ace's "Never Let Me Go"; and Little Junior Parker's "Annie Get Your Yo-Yo". Scott's arrangements featured extensive use of brass instruments, and "typified the Duke sound". According to Melvin Jackson, who also played in Bland's band, "Joe Scott was the man who created the big horn sound for blues bands." He and his wife moved to California in 1960. Scott died in Culver City, California, in 1979, aged 54.

 

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LP
Motion Pictures - The NOW Generation
Joe Scott
Motion Pictures - The NOW Generation
1970
MRL-301
Mainstream Records Label; Album cover and record appear new; Punch hole in album cover; Original first US pressing; Stereo recording; Laminated gatefold cover; Track listing:The Weight; Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head; Easy Come Easy Go; Born To Be Wild; Suicide Is Painless; Downhill Racer; Goodbye Columbus; Midnight Cowboy; Mrs. Robinson; Come Saturday Morning; Maybe Tomorrow
NM-/NM-
$14.99
LP
A Symphony Of Our Time
Joe Scott
A Symphony Of Our Time
1970
MRL-307
Mainstream Records Label; Album cover and record appear new; Punch hole in album cover; Original first US pressing; Stereo recording; Laminated gatefold cover; Track listing: Introduction: House Of The Rising Sun; Theme I: Ruby Tuesday; Theme II: A Day In The Life; White Room; America; Theme I: Dandelion; Theme II: We Can Work It Out; Theme III: Yellow Submarine
NM-/NM-
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