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Bobby Scott

Real Name:Robert William Scott
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American musician, bandleader, producer and songwriter.
Born on 29 January 1937 in Mount Pleasant, New York.
Died on 5 November 1990 in New York City, New York (cancer).
A pianist, vibraphonist, and singer, he could also play the accordion, cello, clarinet, and double bass. As a bandleader, he did sessions for Verve, ABC-Paramount, Bethlehem, and Musicmasters. As a songwriter, he charted 17 times between 1962 and 2014. He has won a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Composition for the song A Taste Of Honey which he co-wrote with Ric Marlow (it charted 6 times). He also co-wrote the song He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother with Bob Russell (which charted 7 times). Often associated with the publisher T. M. Music, Inc..

Sites:allaboutjazz.com , Imdb , jazzwax.com , Wikipedia
In Groups:Bobby Scott And His Orchestra, Bobby Scott Quartet, Bobby Scott Trio, Quincy Jones And His Orchestra, The Gene Krupa Quartet, The Quincy Jones Big Band
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