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Scott Hamilton

Scott Hamilton is the premier 'mainstream' saxophonist of today. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1954, he came along at the time when the kind of jazz he loved-the small-group swing of such great stylists as Illinois Jacquet and Eddie Lockjaw Davis-was out of fashion, and largely out of the public ear. Scott's handsome sound and impeccable phrasing were a rare commodity among young jazzmen. So when he signed to Concord Records, and began making albums for label boss and mainstream advocate Carl Jefferson, it caused surprise and excitement among both devotees of the style, and in the wider musical world.

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Discography

Live at Pyatt Hall

Live at Pyatt Hall

Cellar Live
2018

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Live at the JazzRoom

Live at the JazzRoom

Self Produced
2016

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Live In Bern

Live In Bern

Capri Records
2015

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Live at Nefertiti

Live at Nefertiti

Stunt Records/Sundance Music
2010

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