John Scofield: New Morning The Paris Concert Trailer

John Scofield: New Morning The Paris Concert Trailer (2010)

23 November 2010 Music 135 mins

Jazz guitar veteran has had a long running career that stretches all the way back to the mid 70′s. One of the “big three” contemporary jazz guitarists (with the other two being Pat Metheny and Bill Frisell), Scofield has worked with some of the greats of jazz throughout his career, including Charles Mingus, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, and Miles Davis. His own music is an eclectic amalgamation of post-bop, fusion, funk, and soul jazz that has even found him working with such far flung artists as Soul Coughing and Sex Mob.

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Cast

John Scofield

as Guitar

Ben Street

as Bass

Michael Eckroth

as Keyboards

International Releases Dates

United States 23 November 2010

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