|A1||It's Raining Today|
|A5||We Came Through|
|A7||Two Ragged Soldiers|
|B1||30 Century Man|
|B3||Two Weeks Since You've Gone|
|B6||If You Go Away|
- Arranged By, Conductor – (tracks: B5), (tracks: A1 to A7, B2 to B4, B6)
- Design [Sleeve Design] –
- Engineer [Recording] –
- Photography By [Front Photograph] –
- Producer –
- Sleeve Notes –
- Written-By – (tracks: B4 to B5), (tracks: B4 to B6), (tracks: B4 to B5), (tracks: B6), (tracks: A1 to B3)
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 844 236 1Y
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 844 236 2Y
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped, variant 1): 844236 1Y//3 420 11 1UC 22
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped, variant 1): 844236 2Y//1 420 119
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped, variant 2): 844236 1Y//3 420 11 4
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped, variant 2): 844236 2Y//1 420 11 4
|Scott 3 (LP, Album, Gatefold sleeve)||Smash Records (4)||SRS 67121||US||1969|
|Scott 3 (LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold sleeve)||Philips||844 236 BY||Netherlands||1969|
|Scott 3 (LP, Album)||Philips||PDS 320||Australia||1969|
|Scott 3 (LP, Album, Gatefold sleeve)||Philips||SFX-7160||Japan||1969|
|Scott 3 (LP, Album)||Philips||PST 5112||South Africa||1969|
- Scott 3 is a bit overrated IMO. The run of songs from Butterfly to Winter Night don't do much for me, but I don't deny that the first five and last four tracks are some of his very best work.
- Edited 11 months agoJust wanted to make a comment on the lyrics of Rosemary which I feel are often misinterpreted and wrong on every google entry I can find. Transcribed as "that travelling salesman Mr Jim" which I think is wrong. That implies a real life lover who is a real travelling salesman with a name. It should be "Mr Gin", her real love, alcohol. It makes sense of the lines that follow and the song as a whole. In fact it changes the whole meaning of the song, as Rosemary is an alcoholic, existing in a dreamy semi-stupor, unable to break free, as her life, hopes and dreams ebb away.
This is my favourite Walker LP and his purest artistic statement, where his song writing bloomed and he made no compromises. This LP was released in 1969, but you really wouldn't know it, it's completely divorced from age and time, a singular masterpiece.
- So true!! A true masterpiece and his best one. No doubt!
- Scott's greatest album. Don't believe the Johnny cum latelys that will tell you Scott 4 is his masterpiece. For those of us who've been listening for longer than the last 5 minutes, we know it's Scott 3.