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John Scofield - Quiet mp3
Performer: John Scofield
Title: Quiet
Style: Contemporary Jazz
Year 1996
Country US
Label Verve Records
Catalog Number 533 185-2
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 180
MP3 size: 2193 mb
Record From: CD, Album

John Scofield - Quiet mp3


1Door #35:48
2But For Love5:37
4Rolf And The Gang5:23
5After The Fact5:26
7Away With Words6:49
8Hold That Thought6:23
9Bedside Manner6:46


  • Bass ClarinetRoger Rosenberg
  • Bass, ProducerSteve Swallow
  • DrumsBill Stewart, Duduka Da Fonseca
  • Executive Producer – Richard Seidel
  • Flugelhorn, TrumpetRandy Brecker
  • Flute [Alto], English Horn, Tenor SaxophoneCharles Pillow
  • Flute, Tenor SaxophoneLawrence Feldman
  • French HornFred Griffen, John Clark
  • Guitar, ProducerJohn Scofield
  • Tenor SaxophoneWayne Shorter
  • Tuba, Baritone SaxophoneHoward Johnson


Recorded April 3-6, 1996 at The Power Station, New York.


Quiet is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. As with his 1992 album Grace Under Pressure, Scofield chose to orchestrate his original compositions with horns. The album also features the electric bass of Steve Swallow, who was in Scofield's Trio of 1980-1983. Quiet is distinct in Scofield's discography as a solo album where he plays only acoustic guitar. Scofield returned to the album's format of adding orchestration to his trio of Swallow and drummer Bill Stewart on his 2007 album This Meets That. Quiet - John Scofield. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs in album John Scofield - Quiet 1996. John Scofield - After The Fact. John Scofield - Tulle. John Scofield - Away With Words. John Scofield - Hold That Thought. John Scofield - Door 3. John Scofield - Bedside Manner. John Scofield - Rolf And The Gang. John Scofield - But For Love. John Scofield - Away. Total votes: 5. Other albums by John Scofield. John Scofield. Listen free to John Scofield Quiet After The Fact, Tulle and more. 9 tracks 50:47. Personnel: John Scofield g Wayne Shorter ts on 3,5,8 Steve Swallow b Bill Stewart d on 1,3,4,7-9 Duduka Da Fonseca d on 2,5,6 Randy Brecker tp, flh John Clark, Fred Griffin french horn Charles Pillow a-fl, english horn, ts Lawrence Feldman a-fl fl, ts Howard Johnson tuba, bs on 2,5,6 Roger Rosenberg bcl on 1,3,4,7-9 Recorded April 3-6, 1996 at New York and April 8, 1996 at Los Angeles. Album 1996 9 Songs. Quiet John Scofield. Quiet, 1996. After the Fact, 05:26. Tulle, 05:01. Ironically, Quiet finds guitarist John Scofield using a much larger group of musicians than usual. The basic band has Scofield who sticks to acoustic guitar, Wayne Shorter on tenor, bassist Steve Swallow, and either Bill Stewart or Duduka Da Fonseca on drums. They are joined by trumpeter Randy Brecker, two French horns, two woodwinds, Roger Rosenberg on bass clarinet, and Howard Johnson on tuba and baritone. Not quite a decade later, he made one called Quiet. Both albums were statements of intent, widely embraced and justly acclaimed. And despite the obvious differences between is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. With its emphasis on acoustic guitar and gentle orchestral arrangements, Quiet is something of an oddity in Scofield's discography which more typically features electric jazz fusion and soulfunk-influenced music. Review scores. Track listing. All compositions and arrangements by John Scofield, except where noted