Tom Scott

Real Name:Thomas Wright Scott

For the prog rock / avant jazz saxophonist, member of The Muffins, and engineer, based in Washington D.C., please see Tom Scott (2). For the American composer and arranger of traditional folk music, please see Tom Scott (9).

American saxophonist, composer, arranger, conductor and leader of the west coast jazz fusion ensemble, The L.A. Express. He was born May 19th, 1948 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
His best-known work is the theme-tune for the 1970 TV series Starsky and Hutch. He has made 26 solo recordings, numerous film and television scoring credits and countless appearances on records by such diverse artists as Pink Floyd, Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison, Steely Dan, Quincy Jones and Frank Sinatra. He is also an original member of The Blues Brothers Band and noted for playing the Lyricon and flute. Has earned three Grammy Awards.
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In Groups:Asche & Spencer, Don Ellis Octet, George's Band, GRP All-Star Big Band, Jimmy Gordon And His Jazznpops Band, Joe Byrd And The Field Hippies, L.A. Workshop, Lalo Schifrin & Orchestra, Oliver Nelson's Big Band, Revolutionary Blues Band, Roger Kellaway Quartet, The Blues Brothers Band, The Don Ellis Orchestra, The Jazz Central Station All Stars, The L.A. Express, The Wrecking Crew (6), Tom Scott Quartet, Victor Feldman's Generation Band
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