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Ronnie Scott

Primary Instrument: Sax, tenor

Born: January 28, 1927 | Died: December 23, 1996    

Ronnie Scott

The son of a musician, Scott became a saxophonist in his teens. Eventually, as the owner of the UK's most famous jazz club, his name was virtually synonymous with jazz in the country. Working on the Atlantic oceanliners in the late 1940s, Scott got to hear modern jazz being played by the likes of Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis at first hand.

He returned to London convinced that he would play this same kind of jazz in Britain, even if there was not yet a public ready to hear it. He played and recorded in the modern style with like-minded musicians in London's Club Eleven, and after stints with various other bands, formed his own nine-piece group in 1953, with a line-up that included the critic and writer Benny Green on baritone sax....
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    Birth Of A Legend

    Giant Steps
    2007
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    Birth Of A Legend

    Giant Steps
    2006
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    Some Of My Best Friends" Ronnie Scott's 40th Anniversary

    Prestige Records
    1999
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    The Night Has A Thousand Eyes

    Prestige Records
    1997

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