Scott Perry | A Little Jazzy

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A Little Jazzy

by Scott Perry

Acoustic jazz guitar with a distinctive reso-phonic sound and a vintage blues vibe that swings like a hot club band.
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hazel Eyes
4:18 $0.99
2. All of Me
3:36 $0.99
3. Nuages
4:56 $0.99
4. Monkfish Blues
3:45 $0.99
5. Nuages (Radio Edit)
2:52 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
I am a vintage blues guitarist & guitar guide devoted to American blues, jazz, honky tonk and rock & roll.

I have been studying jazz guitar for the past five years with Frank Vignola, Robin Nolan and Martin Taylor. This album displays their influence and my love for this American art form. I wrote two of the songs, the Latin tinged "Hazel Eyes" and Thelonius Monk tribute "Monkfish Blues." The other tunes, "All Of Me" and Nuages" reveal my love for the music of Django Reinhardt.

Some great musicians contributed to this recording. Classical and jazz guitarist extraordinaire Justin Craig, symphony violist Alistair Kok and world touring bassist Joseph Dejarnette who also did the recording.

I am really proud of this project. I hope you enjoy it!



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Max Smith

Good music well played!
Scott is a versatile and skilled player who puts his own stamp on a blend of traditional styles - recommended!

Ron Ireland

You gotta work hard to make it sound this easy
This is a tasty set of tunes, well-executed by someone who knows jazz and knows his guitar. I'm a long-time fan of the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Scott Perry and his ensemble capture the sound very well. My personal favorite is "Monkfish Blues" a sweet, swinging tribute to T. Monk. Listen on good speakers and enjoy the stereo separation between the guitars (great choice Mr. Dejarnette), and the signature Monk note bending/blending that Monk did on piano, and Mr. Perry, et al duplicate here with taste and elan on stringed instruments.

Kat Mills

A Keeper
Tasteful. Cinematic. Fun. Scott serves up a few helpings of a sound we all know, but with a crisp production value and lightness of touch that feels brand new. I applaud his weaving of original music into the mix. It definitely leaves me wanting more. Here's hoping for a full-length vinyl version with lots of liner notes!


I like it a lot
I just love cruzy tunes and find them hard to come by. I was stoked to find A Little Jazzy by Scott. If you like easy listening with a bit of class, this compilation is a must!

Robbie Dummitt, c.g.p.

Scott Perry deserves to be heard
Scott's' playing demonstrates his creativity and innovative approach to playing guitar, that so many guitarist strive to attain.