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Scott 'n the Rocks | Live at Stayner's Wharf

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Live at Stayner's Wharf

by Scott 'n the Rocks

Scott n' the Rocks has a big sound with great charts.... these players are the ‘Horsepowers of Jazz’ of the Halifax, Canada.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Number 17 (Live)
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2. Not Afraid to Wade (Live)
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3. Amass a Mess (Live)
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4. Sackville Peaks (Live)
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5. Lament for Albert King (Live)
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6. Just Pickin' (Live)
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7. Setbacks (Live)
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8. Gigglebee Jig (Live)
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9. Third D'Cade (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Scott Macmillan is a vibrant musical force in Atlantic Canada as a, guitarist/ composer/ conductor/ arranger. His creative drive and love of jazz is found with the best of the best of Halifax’s jazz musicians with the creation of “Scott ‘n the Rocks”. In the tradition of New York's famous Village Vanguard, 'The Rocks' have been heating Monday nights up Stayner's Wharf in Halifax NS from November to April since 2007.
Macmillan himself cut his teeth studying with Duke Ellington’s arranger, Ron Collier, at Humber College in the late 1970's.
With Scott ‘n the Rocks Macmillan provides a creative venue for jazz musicians in Nova Scotia, opening up the opportunity for himself and others to express themselves as composers as well as to explore music through improvisational performance freedom.

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