2017
Hudson
AlbumJun 9, 2017

Hudson

Hudson a studio album by jazz musicians Jack DeJohnette, …
Hudson a studio album by jazz musicians Jack DeJohnette, John Medeski, John Scofield, and Larry Grenadier. The album was released on June 9, 2017 by Motéma.
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2016
Country for Old Men
AlbumSep 23, 2016

Country for Old Men

Country for Old Men is an album by American jazz guitarist John …
Country for Old Men is an album by American jazz guitarist John Scofield. It earned Scofield a Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. The album features jazz versions of country music songs. The title was borrowed from the novel No Country for Old Men (2005) by Cormac McCarthy which was adapted into a 2007 film, and also jokes about Scofield's age (he was 64 when the album was recorded; his longtime bassist Steve Swallow was 76).
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Award2016

Best Improvised Jazz Solo

Won award for "I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry".
Grammy Award
Best Jazz Instrumental Album
Award2016

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

Won award for "Country for Old Men".
Grammy Award
Nomination2016

Best Improvised Jazz Solo

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Improvised Jazz Solo.
Grammy Award
Best Jazz Instrumental Album
Nomination2016

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

Nominated for "Country for Old Men".
Grammy Award
2015
Past Present
AlbumSep 25, 2015

Past Present

Past Present is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that …
Past Present is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that was recorded in March 2015 and released on September 25, 2015. Scofield is joined by Joe Lovano, Larry Grenadier, and Bill Stewart on saxophone, bass, and drums, respectively. This album is a reunion for Scofield, Lovano, and Stewart, who recorded quartet albums (Time on My Hands, Meant to Be, What We Do) in the early 1990s.
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Best Jazz Instrumental Album
Award2015

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

Won award for "Past Present".
Grammy Award
Best Improvised Jazz Solo
Nomination2015

Best Improvised Jazz Solo

Nominated for "Past Present".
Grammy Award
Best Jazz Instrumental Album
Nomination2015

Best Jazz Instrumental Album

Nominated for "Past Present".
Grammy Award
2014
The Trio Meets John Scofield
AlbumNov 17, 2014

The Trio Meets John Scofield

The Trio Meets John Scofield released.
2013
Überjam Deux
AlbumJul 2, 2013

Überjam Deux

Überjam Deux is a studio album by American jazz guitarist John …
Überjam Deux is a studio album by American jazz guitarist John Scofield. The record features Avi Bortnick on guitars and sampling, Andy Hess on bass guitar, Adam Deitch and Louis Cato on drums, and John Medeski on organ, electric piano, and mellotron., The album is a follow-up of Überjam from 2002 and Up All Night from 2003.
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2011
A Moment's Peace
AlbumMay 2, 2011

A Moment's Peace

A Moment's Peace is a studio album by jazz musician John …
A Moment's Peace is a studio album by jazz musician John Scofield.
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2010
Nomination2010

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album

Nominated for "54".
Grammy Award
2009
Piety Street
AlbumMar 9, 2009

Piety Street

Piety Street is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. It …
Piety Street is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. It was recorded in New Orleans with Meters bassist George Porter Jr. and Jon Cleary. The album features gospel music with Cleary singing most of the songs. John Boutte is the guest vocalist on three tracks.
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2007
This Meets That
AlbumJan 1, 2007

This Meets That

This Meets That is a studio album by jazz musician John Scofield.
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2006
Live at the Warfield
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AlbumOct 31, 2006

Live at the Warfield

Live at the Warfield is a two CD album by the rock group Phil …
Live at the Warfield is a two CD album by the rock group Phil Lesh and Friends. It was recorded live at the Warfield in San Francisco, California, on May 18 and May 19, 2006. Live at the Warfield is also a concert performance DVD recorded at the same shows. The track listing for the DVD is completely different from that of the album. The DVD was produced and directed by Jay Blakesberg and Bob Sarles. The director of photography was Bill Zarchy.
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Out Louder
AlbumSep 26, 2006

Out Louder

Out Louder is an album produced as a collaboration between …
Out Louder is an album produced as a collaboration between Medeski Martin & Wood and John Scofield. It is the first album released under the name "Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood," since 1998's A Go Go was released under Scofield's name alone. "A Go Go was John's record and we were essentially sidemen, where Out Louder musically comes from all of us" explains Wood.
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2005
SongJun 7, 2005

I Don't Need No Doctor
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SongJun 7, 2005

Georgia on My Mind
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SongJun 7, 2005

I Can't Stop Loving You
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That's What I Say: John Scofield Plays the Music of Ray Charles
AlbumJun 7, 2005

That's What I Say: John Scofield Plays t…

That's What I Say: John …
That's What I Say: John Scofield Plays the Music of Ray Charles is a Ray Charles tribute album by John Scofield.
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2004
Scorched
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AlbumJan 13, 2004

Scorched

Scorched is the live recorded premiere of the (re …
Scorched is the live recorded premiere of the (re-)composition by Mark-Anthony Turnage commissioned by the Society of Friends and Patrons of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2002. Turnage recomposed and orchestrated original compositions by jazz guitarist John Scofield for symphony orchestra and big band to which the title refers (SCOfield ORCHstratED). Scofield was part of the project together with John Patitucci on electric bass and Peter Erskine on drums. In 2004, it was nominatedfor a Grammy for "Best Classical Crossover Album".
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2003
Up All Night
AlbumMay 20, 2003

Up All Night

Up All Night is an album by The John Scofield Band, released …
Up All Night is an album by The John Scofield Band, released in 2003 as jazz guitarist John Scofield's sixth album for the Verve label, and the second for the band. For this recording, the band included second guitarist Avi Bortnick and drummer Adam Deitch, both of whom were also featured on the band's debut recording Überjam. The recording also features bassist Andy Hess, who replaced Jesse Murphy in the band after Überjam was recorded.. The quartet is backed by a four-person horn section on six of the tracks. The recording features The Dramatics 1971 hit "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get," the only track that is not an original. Five of the songs on the album were written by Scofield, and five were co-written by Scofield and the band.
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2002
Überjam
AlbumJan 29, 2002

Überjam

Überjam is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield which …
Überjam is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield which was released by Verve on January 29, 2002.
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Oh!
AlbumJan 1, 2002

Oh!

Oh! is an album by jazz super group ScoLoHoFo, released …
Oh! is an album by jazz super group ScoLoHoFo, released in 2003. It features guitarist John Scofield, tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano, bassist Dave Holland and drummer Al Foster.
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2001
Works for Me
AlbumJan 30, 2001

Works for Me

Works for Me is an album by John Scofield which was released …
Works for Me is an album by John Scofield which was released by Verve on January 30, 2001.
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2000
Steady Groovin'
AlbumSep 26, 2000

Steady Groovin'

Steady Groovin': The Blue Note Groove Sides is a …
Steady Groovin': The Blue Note Groove Sides is a compilation album by jazz musician John Scofield. The tracks found on this album are the exact versions found on previously released Scofield recordings during his tenure on Blue Note Records from November 1989 until June 1995.
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Bump
AlbumMar 6, 2000

Bump

Bump is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that was …
Bump is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that was released by Verve in 2000.
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1999
Best Jazz Album
Nomination1999

Best Jazz Album

Nominated for "A Go Go".
Soul Train Music Award
Old Folks
AlbumJan 1, 1999

Old Folks

Old Folks released.
1998
A Go Go
AlbumMar 18, 1998

A Go Go

A Go Go is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. This …
A Go Go is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. This album is his first collaboration with Medeski Martin & Wood.
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SongMar 18, 1998

Chank
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SongMar 18, 1998

Chicken Dog
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SongMar 18, 1998

Hottentot
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SongMar 18, 1998

A Go Go
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1996
The Best of John Scofield
AlbumNov 12, 1996

The Best of John Scofield

The Best of John Scofield is …
The Best of John Scofield is a compilation album by jazz musician John Scofield. All tracks except "Tom Thumb" (previously unreleased) can be found on Scofield recordings during his tenure on Blue Note Records from November 1989 until June 1995.
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Quiet
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AlbumSep 24, 1996

Quiet

Quiet is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. With its …
Quiet is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. With its emphasis on acoustic guitar and gentle orchestral arrangements, Quiet is something of an oddity in Scofield's discography, which more typically features electric jazz fusion and soul/funk-influenced music.
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1995
Groove Elation
AlbumOct 24, 1995

Groove Elation

Groove Elation is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield.
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1994
Liquid Fire: The Best of John Scofield
AlbumOct 18, 1994

Liquid Fire: The Best of John Scofield

Liquid Fire: The Best of John …
Liquid Fire: The Best of John Scofield is a compilation album by jazz musician John Scofield. The tracks found on this album are a mixture of exact versions found on previously released Scofield recordings, and two tracks taken from live performances during his tenure on Gramavision Records from 1984 until 1988.
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Hand Jive
AlbumAug 9, 1994

Hand Jive

Hand Jive is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield.
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I Can See Your House From Here
AlbumApr 5, 1994

I Can See Your House From Here

I Can See Your House from …
I Can See Your House from Here is a 1994 jazz album by John Scofield and Pat Metheny. John Scofield is heard on the left channel and Pat Metheny on the right channel of this stereo recording.
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1993
What We Do
AlbumFeb 9, 1993

What We Do

What We Do is the second studio album by jazz group The …
What We Do is the second studio album by jazz group The John Scofield Quartet. It was recorded in May 1992 and released the following year on the Blue Note label. Besides John Scofield on guitar, the quartet features saxophonist Joe Lovano, Bill Stewart on drums and Dennis Irwin on bass, replacing Marc Johnson. Irwin and Scofield (both born in 1951) had already recorded together in the mid-1980s with Bennie Wallace on a track for his album Sweeping Through the City. Irwin would be the bassist on two more albums by Scofield, Hand Jive (1994) and Groove Elation (1995).
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1992
Grace Under Pressure
AlbumApr 7, 1992

Grace Under Pressure

Grace Under Pressure is a studio album by jazz guitarist John …
Grace Under Pressure is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield.
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1991
Meant to Be
AlbumMar 12, 1991

Meant to Be

Meant to Be is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield.
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Out Like a Light
AlbumJan 1, 1991

Out Like a Light

Out Like a Light is a live album by jazz guitarist John Scofield …
Out Like a Light is a live album by jazz guitarist John Scofield with his trio released in 1983 on Enja Records. The album is the follow-up to his previous Shinola as both recordings contain material from the same Munich concert venue. Out Like a Light contains the third evening of December 1981 the trio stayed there. Except for the last track, a standard by Alan Jay Lerner the repertoire consists of four original compositions by Scofield that all run over 7 minutes. It was the third and last album of this trio with Steve Swallow and Adam Nussbaum and the last for the Enja label. During the following tenure with Miles Davis he would sign with Gramavision.
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1990
Slo Sco:The Best of the Ballads
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AlbumAug 21, 1990

Slo Sco:The Best of the Ballads

Slo Sco: The Best of the …
Slo Sco: The Best of the Ballads is a compilation album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. The tracks on this album have been taken from previously released albums on Gramavision Records from 1984 until 1989.
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Time on My Hands
AlbumApr 3, 1990

Time on My Hands

Time on My Hands is a studio album by jazz musician John …
Time on My Hands is a studio album by jazz musician John Scofield.
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1989
Flat Out
AlbumJul 25, 1989

Flat Out

Flat Out is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. It was …
Flat Out is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. It was recorded in December 1988 and was his sixth and last album for Gramavision.
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1987
Loud Jazz
AlbumDec 1, 1987

Loud Jazz

Loud Jazz is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield.
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Pick Hits Live
AlbumOct 7, 1987

Pick Hits Live

Pick Hits Live is a live album by jazz guitarist John Scofield.
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Ask
AlbumJan 1, 1987

Ask

Ask released.
East Meets West
AlbumJan 1, 1987

East Meets West

East Meets West is the debut album by jazz guitarist John …
East Meets West is the debut album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. It was recorded in 1977 at the Onkio Haus in Tokyo with bassist Clint Houston and Motohiko Hino on drums. The opening tracks of either side of the LP include trumpeter Terumasa Hino, the drummer's brother.
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1986
Blue Matter
AlbumSep 1, 1986

Blue Matter

Blue Matter is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield …
Blue Matter is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield that was released in 1987. It is the first of three recordings featuring Gary Grainger on bass guitar and Dennis Chambers on drums. The keyboards are played by Mitchel Forman with Don Alias providing percussion. Hiram Bullock is featured as second guitarist on three tracks.
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Still Warm
AlbumJun 1, 1986

Still Warm

Still Warm is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. The …
Still Warm is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. The album was his second for Gramavision and was recorded while he was in Miles Davis's band or leaving it; he used two musicians from Davis's band: Omar Hakim and Darryl Jones. The album was critically acclaimed, though The Penguin Jazz Guide notes that "even some Scofield devotees seem unpersuaded of its considerable merits".
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1982
Shinola
AlbumJan 1, 1982

Shinola

Shinola is a 1981 live album by American jazz guitarist John …
Shinola is a 1981 live album by American jazz guitarist John Scofield. In 2009 the album was reissued on compact disc in a 24-bit remastered edition with new artwork.
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1980
Ivory Forest
AlbumJan 1, 1980

Ivory Forest

Ivory Forest is a recording by a quartet led by pianist Hal …
Ivory Forest is a recording by a quartet led by pianist Hal Galper. It was released on the Enja Label in 1980. It features a 28-year-old John Scofield, whose playing is quite recognisable, despite the fact that he had not yet developed his signature sound.
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1979
Four Keys
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AlbumJan 1, 1979

Four Keys

Four Keys is an album by pianist Martial Solal with …
Four Keys is an album by pianist Martial Solal with saxophonist Lee Konitz, guitarist John Scofield and bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen recorded in West Germany in 1979 and released on the MPS label. The album was also released in the US on Pausa Records.
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1978
Rough House
AlbumJan 1, 1978

Rough House

Rough House is a studio album by jazz guitarist John Scofield.
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1951
John Scofield
BirthDecember 1951

John Scofield

John Scofield was born.
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