dred scott rides alone
piano, bass, drums, keyboards
bari koral family rock band - little box of happy
piano, bass, keyboards, vibraphone
moona luna - vamos, let's go!
piano, synth, organ, wurly, clavinet
todd clouser's a love electric - the naked beat
bari koral family rock band - anna and the cupcakes
producer, bass, piano, organ, wurly, vocals
jay collins and the kings co. band - rivers, blues and other people
piano. special guests - levon helm, donald fagan
mc extra cheese and the dred scott trio - prepare for blast-off
mcec sits in with the trio regularly at our tuesday nite gig in manhattan at the rockwood music hall (5 years, running). this record documents some of the best moments.
carol lipnik and spookarama - m.o.t.h.
producer, piano, organ melodica, electric guitar, bass and drums. carol sings her crazy coney island monster music. it is the best record i've done to date.
dred scott - prepared piano
solo piano. live improvisations.
dred scott trio - going nowhere
my last self-produced trio studio recording. ben rubin, bass. tony mason, drums. all original tunes except for 7 steps to heaven.
richard julian - girls need attention
melodica, pianet, organ and wurly
more great songs from richard. lee alexander produced.
the bari koral family rock band - rock 'n' roll garden
producer, bass, vocals, organ, melodica, accordion
top ten kid's records of 2010 - time out new york winner of nappa gold award parent's choice award - silver medal
bruce barthol - the decline and fall of everything
my first job as a producer. bruce is the original bassist for country joe and the fish (fixin' to die rag), the main songwriter and musical director for the san francisco mime troupe for the past 35 years and he is also a good friend. this ten song collection spans subjects from the spanish civil war to closing steelplants to dying texas towns. evangelism, break-up and romance. with diego voglino, dan rieser, liberty ellman and carol lipnik. i play piano, organ and bass.
jay collins and the kings co. band - the songbird and the pigeon
piano and electric piano
with diego voglino, tim luntzel, scott sharrard and moses patrou. 'jay's soulful croak deserves to be heard.' time out new york
the dred scott trio - live at the rockwood music hall
the trio had been playing at the rockwood every tuesday nite at midnite for three years when ken rockwood suggested we make a record. this is it. mostly original tunes. also tunes by bill mchenry, black sabbath and ernie krivda. ben rubin, bass. tony mason, drums.
mc extra cheese - 86gl
played keys, bass and guitar on the hilarious and clever rapper's debut produced by nappy g who i met when alphabet soup used to come to new york and play at the cooler with groove collective back in the day. there are no guest mc's on this album. just lots of great raps about bitches, drugs, sex and senseless violence.
blue state band
played piano on this debut record by new england country band.
richard julian - slow new york
piano, organ, melodica. brad jones produced. norah jones and lee alexander produced two songs. with kenny wollesen, dan reiser, tim luntzel, tony sher , andy borger and jim campilongo. another great collection of songs by richard.
president's breakfast - formidable foe
another dubtastic adventure from click dard. i contribute a little writing, some vocals, probably some keyboards and massive herb consumption.
carol lipnik - cloud girl
organ, electric bass, piano, percussions and melodica
quirky, coney island, voodoo mermaid music.
the jay collins band - poem for you today
piano, organ, keyboard
tom waits meets louis armstrong meets taj meets the allman bros. time out new york said, 'jay's soulful croak deserves to be heard.' this is a fun band. good times.
gaelan mckenna's self produced 'collage of sounds combining elements of world, ambient and jazz music.' i play acoustic and electric piano on 3 cuts.
the living room - live in nyc
piano and organ with richard juliian on 3 songs.
dred scott trio with kenny brooks
after i moved to nyc i continued to return to san fran to perform. on one of those trips in 2002, kenny wollesen was playing at yoshi's w/ bill frisell the same time wilbur krebs and i were in town. i set up a session at an emeryville studio adding kenny brooks and this is the result. two tunes by wilbur. two by me.
mudville - the glory of man is not in vogue
down tempo, moody, buddha music created by marilyn carino and ben rubin.
played a farfisa solo on one tune. loved the session. marshall is the coolest.
christopher dallman - race the light
piano on the young singer/songwriter's debut record.
arranged a section of a love supreme and played clavinet on a tune. more funky dub from click dark.
gaelan mckenna - off the continent
self-produced 'combination of african field recordings and urban grooves.' piano on a few cuts. played my best ever on gbeya blues.
i never actually met this guy. howard johnson from different fur asked me to overdub some piano on one cut. makana is a slat-key guitarist from hawaii.
bob brumbeloe - who knew?
piano on two cuts.
eric crystal - dark matter
self-produced recording of originals by young bay area saxophonist.
joel harrison octet - range of motion
piano - kind of a world music thing with paul mccandless, elliot kavee, eric crystal, derek jones, marty wehner, russ gold and julian gerstin. joel's music can be intricate as well as beautiful and spiritual.
alphabet soup - layin' low in the cut
keyboards. the only full-length recording of the soup. two studio cuts and the rest is live. sf bammie winner, best urban contemporary recording.
president's breakfast - barbecue dali
piano, melodica . an improvised music recording with wil bernard, gtr., nate (the shit) pitts, bass, don byron, clar., and bass clar., and click himself on drums and percussion.
president's breakfast - doo process
keyboards. click dark's second recording with this project, the first available only on vinyl. he does a nice job with a tune from my first recording and in addition to his own nutty compositions does an arrangement of a wil bernard tune. more funky, dubby, crunchy, ganky insanity.
up and down club sessions vol. 2
jj asked me to write a couple of tunes for a group of his choosing that included kenny brooks, josh jones, charlie hunter, geoff brennan and myself on piano. it could be the only recording of charlie just playing the guitar. don cherry also guests. winner sf bammie, best jazz recording.
consolidated - business of punishment
supplied a little clavinet gownk on a couple tunes.
robert hohner percussion ensemble - the gamut
piano . features dave samuels on one of his tunes and joe morello playing blue rondo a la turk (the tune my brother and i used to practice incessantly to drive my mother mad) and the first tune i ever learned, take five. other selections include an amazing piece for sextet and eight chromatic drums that the soloist made himself and a steve reich piece called pieces of wood.
steve horowitz - the code
keyboards . wacky bay area outsters ralph carney, willy winant and myles boisen contribute. the jean baudrillard quote in the liner notes says it better than i could, "today, the real and the imaginary are confounded in the same operational totality.....it is an aestheitc reality via the anticipation and the eminence of the code."
the love posse w/ moe dark - mcgarret is a verb
percussion, background vocals, samples and keyboards . quirkie, funky, laswell meets sly meets beefheart w/ dub. this guy's name is bill langton but he goes by click dark. moe is his crooning brother.
robert hohner percussion ensemble - liftoff
piano and celeste . features bob mintzer selections include a marimba arrangement of barber's adagio for strings, tunes by eddie palmieri and pat metheny and the incredible title track for nine bass drums.
up and down club session vol. 1
keyboards on two tunes w/ alphabet soup. other acts: the dry look, will bernard trio, josh jones latin jazz ensemble, charlie hunter trio. produced by jj morgan.
anthony braxton - 8+3 tristano compositions
anthony braxton - alto, sopranino and flute jon raskin - bari cecil mcbee - bass andrew cyrille - drums dred - piano i wanted to do one of the duets over. we only did two takes of every tune. mr. braxon said to me, 'mr. scott, we are not robots.'