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An emerging talent on the international jazz scene, New Orleans-born trumpeter Christian Scott’s debut album “Rewind That” was released on Concord in 2005 and received great critical acclaim. 9 of the 11 tracks on “Rewind That” are Scott’s original work (also on the record is Scott’s take on the legendary “So What” and Donald Harrison’s “Paradise Found”).

Scott’s music builds its tonal foundation off of Matt Stevens’ guitar riffs, which could easily find their place in a contemporary rock setting. His rhythm section, consisting of brothers Zaccai (piano/keyboard) and Luques (bass) Curtis and sensational drummer Thomas Pridgen, grooves under each piece. Scott’s horn parts are those of traditional jazz melody, and the solos follow suit in the jazz tradition.

Scott has noted Miles Davis, among his many musical influences, as being the greatest of them all. A listener can hear that sometimes-sparse, calculated note choice Miles used in Christian’s trumpet solos. Scott’s approach to the music is both seasoned and unique, as he incorporates a certain breathing technique to achieve the tone that resounds through his work. Without question, Christian Scott will be an important player in the evolution of jazz.


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  • DreamInSong

    Want new album D:

    1 Mar 3:15pm Reply
  • KicksclusiveJay

    The Truth

    8 Jan 6:35am Reply
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  • Cat_007

    Cool tunes! Come to Ukraine!!!

    12 Jul 2014 Reply
  • DerKokser

    Stockholm was genius!

    29 Oct 2013 Reply
  • chazlowe116

    Must listen to Job Batiste and Stay Human if you love Christian Scott! #jazzaintdead

    23 Oct 2013 Reply
  • aviations

    Just saw him in Tompkins Square Park - he's incredible.

    26 Aug 2013 Reply
  • pRuback

    He was great here in Rio das Ostras!

    2 Jun 2013 Reply
  • franciscospi

    I'm glad to have discovered this guy through here. [2]

    24 Apr 2013 Reply
  • Tymbolic

    I'm glad to have discovered this guy through here.

    18 Jan 2013 Reply
  • tomcrito


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  • mocoa

    oh god so good

    23 Oct 2012 Reply
  • fromsoultosoul

    Материя музыки, не вижу проблем, но я же тебе говорил. Хахахаа

    25 Aug 2012 Reply
  • xapz

    Music tissue? Yeah, you better stick to Russian I guess...

    24 Aug 2012 Reply
  • fromsoultosoul

    Truly masterpiece. Charming beauty of pure music tissue. Soulful. Powerful.

    22 Aug 2012 Reply
  • fromsoultosoul

    xapz Ебать ты прикалываешся, немецкий друг? Мне ещё голову ломать, что бы правильно по-английски написать, да ещё что бы ты понял? Хорошо наверное, но овчинка выделки не стоит, всё равно ты меня в гости не пригласишь.

    22 Aug 2012 Reply
  • xapz

    fromsoultosoul, you might be able to communicate with most people on this site if you spoke English instead of Russian. I'm listening to the new album and like it very much. But like with all of Christian's releases, it probably takes some time to grow on me.

    13 Aug 2012 Reply
  • fromsoultosoul

    Человек, на котором для меня начинается и заканчивается модерн джазз.

    8 Aug 2012 Reply
  • jondavidc

    The new album is great. The guitar work is really special too. Although, some songs seem off "Anthem" or more intense songs from "Yesterday you Said Tomorrow"...overall it's a new collection. The album art is magnificent, and its really awesome that Scott has redefined his sound, image and purpose as an artist.

    2 Aug 2012 Reply
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