Music for Zen Meditation and Other Joys

Music for Zen Meditation and Other Joys

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by Tony Scott
     
 
After stints at Juilliard and in the Army during the '40s, clarinetist Tony Scott rose to prominence in the '50s as a respected jazz soloist. His resumé at the time included work with Sarah Vaughan, Ben Webster, Dizzy Gillespie, Bill Evans,

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After stints at Juilliard and in the Army during the '40s, clarinetist Tony Scott rose to prominence in the '50s as a respected jazz soloist. His resumé at the time included work with Sarah Vaughan, Ben Webster, Dizzy Gillespie, Bill Evans, Billie Holiday, and Claude Thornhill, among many others. In addition to these sidemen dates, Scott also cut several solo albums. His subtle phrasing eventually found a perfect niche in the smattering of meditation and yoga dates he cut in the mid-'60s for Verve. Fueled by his burgeoning interest in Far Eastern culture, Scott hooked up with two Japanese master instrumentalists for this classic 1964 date. And while Scott, koto player Shinichi Yuize, and shakuhachi player Hozan Yamamoto produce nine cuts that sound classically Japanese and really nothing like jazz, they do actually improvise pretty much throughout the entire set. If you'd like to levitate to music with some unexpected twists, then Scott's Music for Zen Meditation is for you.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/29/1997
Label:
Polygram Records
UPC:
0731452144423
catalogNumber:
521444
Rank:
64466

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Music for Zen Meditation and Other Joys 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have given this album as a gift for years. It is great for a massage therapist and anyone who loves quiet beautiful music.