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After opening his club in 1959 Ronnie Scott was reluctant to do any more studio recordings, in fact he was reluctant to record at all - there was almost a five year gap between his sextet recording for Phillips in early 1957 and the November 1961 recording with Zoot Sims above. Most of his later recordings were made live at "Ronnie Scott's". It has to be said that the difficulties of live recording are evident on some of these recordings, particularly the earlier ones for "Ronnie Scott's Jazz House" label. However Scott was probably the major figure in British modern jazz and all his recordings are listed to form a complete record of his recorded work. prior to 1963



Johnny Claes and the Claepigeons...
Club Eleven...
Ronnie Scott Orchestra...
Jazz Couriers...
Interview (1963)....
39 Gerrard Street....
47 Frith Street....
"these are the jokes"....
End of an era....

From 1963 to 1976 Ronnie Scott, along with other star British musicians, played and recorded in Germany with the Francy Boland / Kenny Clarke Big Band. Brief details...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - January 25th and 26th,1963 (Handle With Care - Atlantic LP1404 / Columbia CL2314 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Derek Humble (as) and Ronnie Scott (ts)...more...

Vic Lewis and his Bossa Nova Stars - February 8th, 1963 (part HMVCLP1641)
Jimmy Deuchar (tp,mel), Shake Keane (tp,flhrn), Tubby Hayes (ts,f), Ronnie Scott (ts), Terry Shannon (p), Ray Dempsey (g), Freddy Logan (b), Kenny Clare (d), Vic Lewis (ldr).
Vic's Tune*/Ricardo*/Danielle*/Last Minute Bossa Nova*.
(*EMI CD - Vic Lewis plays Bossa Nova at Home (London) and Away (Hollywood)

At this time Johnny Dankworth started to produce albums that were not just a succession of big band jazz tracks, but were themed LPs or suites and the first of them was issued as What the Dickens !, the titles linked to associations with Charles Dickens characters or phrases.
Johnny Dankworth Orchestra with featured guests - July 29th and 31st, August 7th, and October 4th, 1963 (Fontana TF5203)
Gus Galbraith, Leon Calvert, Kenny Wheeler, Dickie Hawdon (tp), Tony Russell, Eddie Harvey (tb), Ron Snyder or Alf Reece (tu), Johnny Dankworth, Roy East (as,cl), Vic Ash (cl,ts), Art Ellefson (ts,b-cl), Alan Branscombe (p,vib,xyl), Kenny Napper or Spike Heatley (b), Johnny Butts (d). Special guests: Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Tony Coe, Tubby Hayes, Peter King, Ronnie Scott, Bobby Wellins, Dick Morrissey (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Ronnie Stephenson (d), Roy Webster (perc)
Prologue/Weller Never Did^/Little Nell^/The Infant Phenomenon/Demdest Little Fascinator/Dotheboys Hall/Ghosts^/David And The Bloaters/Please Sir, I Want Some More/The Artful Dodger/Waiting For Something To turn Up/fodson And Fogg/The Pickwick Club/Sergeant Buzfuz/Finale.
(Sepia RSCD 2016 - What the Dickens)
(^Salvo 4CD Box set - I Hear Music - A Celebration of the Life and Work of Cleo Laine & John Dankworth)

The recording detailed below was recorded live at Ronnie Scott's Club by Les Tomkins but was not released until December, 2013 when Gearbox Records released a Limited Edition vinyl record...
Ronnie Scott Quartet - October 19th, 1963
Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
1612 Overture/The Club And I (Ronnie talking to Les Tomkins.

Ronnie Scott Quintet - December 8th, 1963 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Ernest Ranglin (g), Malcolm Cecil (b), Chris Karan (d).
Ronnie's Blues*/Poor Butterfly (unissued).
Note: The Ronnie Scott "Double Event" event 2 CD set is a re-issue of two earlier Jazz House CDs - "Never pat a burning dog" and "When I want your opinion I'll give it to you"
(*Jazz House CD - Ronnie Scott - Double Event)


Ronnie Scott Quartet - February 14th, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
I'm Sick And Tired Of Waking Up Tired And Sick*/Star Eyes (unissued).
(*Jazz House CD - Ronnie Scott - Double Event)

Ronnie Scott Quartet - February 29th, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
What's New?*/Cherokee (unissued).
(*Jazz House CD - Ronnie Scott -Double Event)
(*Jazz House CD - Live at Ronnie Scott's)

Ronnie Scott and Sonny Stitt - May 8th, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott, Sonny Stitt (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
Secret Love#/The Night Has a Thousand Eyes*.
(*Jazz House CD - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes - Live At Ronnie Scott's)
(#Candid CD - secret love: ronnie scott and his american friends)

Ronnie Scott and Sonny Stitt - May 29th, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott, Sonny Stitt (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
A Sonny Day For Ronnie*/Bye Bye Blackbird*.
(*Jazz House CD - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes - Live At Ronnie Scott's)

Ronnie Scott and Donald Byrd - July 2nd, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Donald Byrd (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b), Tony Crombie, Jimmy Robinson(1) (d).
Blues By Five#/Well You Needn't(1)#.
(#Candid CD - secret love: ronnie scott and his american friends)

Ronnie Scott Quartet - July 3rd, 1964 (Fontana TL5332)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Ernest Ranglin (g), Lennie Bush (b), Tony Crombie (d) - a string section is added for all titles except 'Sweet Lotus Blossom'.
Sweet Lotus Blossom*/What's New*/They Can't Convince Me*/All About Ronnie*/Once Upon A Summertime*.
(*Redial CD - The Night Is Scott And Your So Swingable')

Ronnie Scott and J J Johnson - September 21st, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
J J Johnson (tb), Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b), Tony Crombie (d).
Bye Bye Blackbird#.
(#Candid CD - secret love: ronnie scott and his american friends)

The Zodiac Suite, the titles linked to star signs.
Johnny Dankworth Orchestra with featured guests - October 28th, November 2nd and 10th, 1964 (Fontana TF5229)
Greg Bowen (tp), Leon Calvert (tp,fhrn), Kenny Wheeler (tp,ten-hrn), Gus Galbraith (tp), Tony Russell, Johnny Marshall, Chris Smith (tb), Ron Snyder (tu), Johnny Dankworth, Al Newman (as,cl), Vic Ash (cl,ts), Art Ellefson (ts,cl), Paul Carroll (bs,as,cl), Alan Branscombe (p,vib), Kenny Napper (b), Johnny Butts (d). Special guests: Clark Terry (tp), Bob Brookmeyer (v-tb), Ronnie Scott (ts), David Snell (harp), Lucky Thompson (ts), Danny Moss (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs), Chuck Israels (b), Phil Woods (as), Zoot Sims (ts), Osie Johnson (d).
Aquarius.
(Sepia RSCD 2017 - The Zodiac Variations)

Ronnie Scott and Freddy Hubbard - December 2nd, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Freddie Hubbard (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Rick Laird (b), allan Ganley (d).
W.I.#.
(#Candid CD - secret love: ronnie scott and his american friends)

Ronnie Scott Trio - December 31st, 1964 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Rick Laird (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
Easy Living*/Upwardly Blue (unissued).
(*Jazz House CD - Ronnie Scott - Double Event)

Tubby Hayes / Paul Gonsalves - February, 1965 (Change of setting - World Record Club T631)
Tony Coe (as,fl,ts), Tubby Hayes (ts,vib,fl), Paul Gonsalves, Ronnie Scott (ts), Jackie Sharpe (bs), Ray Nance* (tp,vln,voc), Terry Shannon (p), John Lamb (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Royal Flush/Change Of Setting/Tubby's Theme/Deb's Delight/Don't Fall Off The Bridge/Child's Fancy*/Min And Madge Blues*/Speedy Gonsalves*.
(Harkit CD -Tubby Hayes & Paul Gonsalves - Change Of Setting)

Ronnie Scott Trio - February 8th, 1965 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Rick Laird (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Blues In B And B Flat*.
(*Jazz House CD - Ronnie Scott - Double Event)

Ronnie Scott Quartet - April 2nd, 1965 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Rick Laird (b), Jackie Dougan (d).
Bye Bye Blackbird*.
(*Jazz House CD - Ronnie Scott - Double Event)

Wes Montgomery - April 30th, 1965 (Live in Europe - Philology W97-2) Recorded in Hamburg, Germany by an Italian label
An eight piece band led by Wes Montgomery (g) including Ronnie Scott (ts), Ronnie Ross (bs) and Ronnie Stephenson (d).

Ronnie Scott Quartet - November 11th, 1965 (Fontana TL5332)
Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Rick Laird (b), Bill Eyden (d).
Baubles, Bangles And Beads*/For Heaven's Sake*/The Night Is Young*/The Night Has A Thousand Eyes*/Treat It Lightly*.
(*Redial CD - The Night Is Scott And Your So Swingable')

Over three sessions in 1965 and 1966 The Harry South Big Band recorded an LP with Georgie Fame and a star studded big band...
Harry South Big Band - Three sessions 1965 and 1966 (Sound Venture - Columbia SX6076)
Collective personnel: Ian Hamer, Greg Bowen, Jimmy Deuchar, Les Condon, Tony Fisher, Bert Courtley (tp), Kenny Wheeler (tp,ten-hrn), Keith Christie, Johnny Marshall, Chris Smith, Ken Goldie, Gib Wallace (tb), Roy Willox, Alan Branscombe (as), Tony Coe (as,f), Ray Warleigh (as,ts), Ronnie Scott, Dick Morrissey (ts), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl), Jackie Sharpe (bs,ts,as,fl), Harry Klein (bs), Gordon Beck, Stan Tracey (p), Colin Green (g), Phil Bates (b), Phil Seamen, Bill Eyden (d), Georgie Fame, Harry South (ldr).
Many Happy Returns/Down for The Count/It's For Love the Petals Fall/I Am Missing You/Funny How Time Slips Away/Li'l Pony/Lovey Dovey/Little Darlin'/Three Blind Mice/Dawn Yawn/Feed Me/Papa's Got A Brand New Bag.

Harry South Big Band - January 25th, 1966 (Presenting the Harry South Big Band - Mercury 20081MCL)
Ian Hamer, Hank Shaw, Les Condon, Albert Hall (tp), Ian Carr (tp,fl-hrn), Rik Kennedy, Chris Smith, Keith Christie, Bill Geldard (tb), Roy Willox, Alan Branscombe (as,fl), Ronnie Scott, Dick Morrissey (ts), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl), Pete King (bs), Gordon Beck (p), Phil Bates (b), Phil Seamen (d), HarrySouth (ldr).
Costa Fortuna/Last Orders/Afterthought/Alone Together.

Harry South Big Band - January 26th, 1966 (Presenting the Harry South Big Band - Mercury 20081MCL)
Ian Hamer, Hank Shaw, Les Condon, Greg Bowen (tp), Ian Carr (tp,fl-hrn), Johnny Marshall, Chris Smith, Keith Christie, Gibb Wallace (tb), Roy Willox, Alan Branscombe (as,fl), Ronnie Scott, Dick Morrissey (ts), Bob Efford (ts,fl), Harry Klein (bs), Gordon Beck (p), Phil Bates (b), Phil Seamen (d), Harry South (ldr).
Six To One Bar/Lush Life/There And Back/North Of The Soho Border.

Harry South Big Band - c1966/7 (Retrospect through 21 years of BBC Jazz Club - Philips SBL7869)
Greg Bowen, Derek Watkins, Tony Fisher, Hank Shaw (tp), Keith Christie, Brian Perrin, Clarrie Baines, Cliff Hardie (tb), Alan Branscombe, Tony Coe, Tubby Hayes, Ronnie Scott, Dick Morrissey, Harry Klein (reeds), Gordon Beck (p), Phil Bates (b), Bill Eyden (d), Harry South (ldr).
Newtyme Waltz/Storm Warning.

Stan Tracey Big Band - March 8th/9th, 1966 (Alice in Jazzland - Columbia SX6051, SXC6051)
Kenny Baker, Eddie Blair, Ian Hamer, Les Condon (tp), Keith Christie, Wally Smith, Chris Smith (tb), Ronnie Baker (as,cl), Alan Branscombe (as), Ronnie Scott, Bobby Wellins (ts), Harry Klein (bs), Stan Tracey (p,arr), Jeff Clyne (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d). (Wellins was not present on three other titles recorded on March 23rd)
Afro-Charlie Meets The White Rabbit*/Portrait Of A Queen*/Alice In Jazzland*/Fantasies In Bloom*/Teatime Gavotte*.
(*Resteamed CD - Alice in Jazzland)

Stan Tracey Big Band - March 23rd, 1966 (Alice in Jazzland - Columbia SX6051, SXC6051)
Kenny Baker, Kenny Wheeler, Ian Hamer, Les Condon (tp), Keith Christie, Wally Smith, Chris Smith (tb), Ronnie Baker (as,cl), Alan Branscombe (as), Ronnie Scott, Tubby Hayes (ts), Harry Klein (bs), Stan Tracey (p,arr), Jeff Clyne (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Murdering The Time*/Summer Hallucinations* (no tp,tb)/Pig And Pepper* (Ronnie Scott, Stan Tracey, Jeff Clyne, Ronnie Stephenson only).
(*Resteamed CD - Alice in Jazzland)

Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra - May 10th and 12th, 1966 (100% Proof - Fontana TL5410)
Kenny Baker, Ian Hamer, Greg Bowen, Les Condon, Kenny Wheeler (tp), Keith Christie, Nat Peck, Johnny Marshall, Chris Smith (tb), Roy Willox, Ray Warleigh (as,fl), Ronnie Scott (ts,fl), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl,vib), Bob Efford (ts,oboe,fl,b-cl), Ronnie Ross (bs,b-cl), Gordon Beck (p), Jeff Clyne (b), Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Night In Tunisia*/Milestones*/Sonnymoon For Two*/Bluesology*.
(*Impressed Repressed CD - 100% Proof)

Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra - May 13th, 1966 (100% proof - Fontana TL5410)
Personnel as May 10th, 1966 except Harry Klein (bs) and Johnny Butts (d) replace Ronnie Ross and Ronnie Stephenson.
Nutty*/100% Proof*.
(*Impressed Repressed CD - 100% Proof)

Jimmy Witherspoon - May 27th, 1966 (Live in London - Harkit KRKCD8065)
Jimmy Witherspoon (vcl) acc by Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Freddy Logan (b), Bill Eyden (d).
(18 titles).
(Harkit CD - Live in London)

Kenny Clare / Ronnie Stephenson Big Band - August 11th, 1966 (Drum spectacular - Columbia TWO146)
Greg Bowen, Leon Calvert, Stan Roderick, Kenny Wheeler (tp), Laddie Busby, Nat Peck, Johnny Marshall (tb), Jackie Armstrong (b-tb), Douggie Robinson, Ray Warleigh (as), Art Ellefson, Ronnie Scott (ts), Harry Klein (bs), Stan Tracey (p), Lennie Bush (b), Kenny Clare, Ronnie Stephenson (d).
Drum Spectacular*/Caravan*/Portrait Of Elvin*/Talkin' About Drums*.
(*Vocalion CD - Big Band Spectacular / Drum Spectacular)

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - Apri 15th,1967 (Jazz Convention Vol II - KPMINT03/Emanon 7039/40 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar, Shake Keane (tp), and Derek Humble (as), Ronnie Scott (ts) and Kenny Clare (d)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - June 18th, 1967 (Sax No End - Saba SB15138 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar, Shake Keane (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts), and Derek Humble (as)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - July 31st, 1967 (Out of the Folk Bag - CBS74323 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar, Shake Keane (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts), Derek Humble (as) and Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - September 19th and November 13th, 1967 (Rearward RW1006 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar, Shake Keane (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts) and Derek Humble (as)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - October 20th, 1967 (Jazz Convention - KPM INT002 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Ronnie Scott, Tony Coe (ts), Derek Humble (as) and Kenny Clare (d)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - November 13th, 1967 (Rearwood RW106 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Ronnie Scott, Tony Coe (ts), Derek Humble (as) and Kenny Clare (d)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - Late 1967 (17 Men and Their Music - Campi SJG12004 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Ronnie Scott, Tony Coe (ts), Derek Humble (as) and Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - December 14th and 15th, 1967 (Emanon 17039/40 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts), Derek Humble (as) and Kenny Clare (d)...

Mark Murphy - December 18th, 1967 (Midnight Mood - Saba/MPS ST15151 (Recorded in Germany))
Mark Murphy (vcl) acc by an eight piece band that includes Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts) and Derek Humble (as)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - May 13th and 14th, 1968 (All Smiles - MPS15214 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - June 28th and 29th, 1968 (Faces 17 Men and Their Music - MPS15218 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - July 17th, 1968 (More Big Band in Concert - Campi SJG (Recorded in Italy))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - August 1st, 1968 (Jazz Convention Volume III - KPMINT04 (Recorded in Germany)
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - August 28th and 29th, 1968 (Latin Kaleidoscope - MPS15213 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

A short lived octet that Ronnie Scott led for a few months in 1968 that many feel never reached it's full potential...
Ronnie Scott and the Band - October 25th and 26th, 1968 (Realm 52661, #also CBS 63742)
Realm LP titled "Live" at Ronnie Scott's.....CBS titled "Ten years at Ronnie Scott's".
Kenny Wheeler (tp,flhn), Chris Pyne (tb), Ray Warleigh (as,fl), Ronnie Scott (ts), John Surman (bs,sop), Gordon Beck (p,org), Ron Mathewson (b), Kenny Clare, Tony Oxley (d).
Ricorda Me#*/King Pete*/Second Question*/Marmasita*/Too Late, Too Late*#/Lord Of The Reedy River*/Macumba*/May Day*/Sweet Day*/Quiet Nights*/Hank's Tune*.
(*Sony CD - Live at Ronnie Scott's)

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - December 2nd and 3rd 1968 (Fellini 712 - MPS15220 (Recorded in Germany))
Big band including Jimmy Deuchar (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe), Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - February 28th, 1969 (Volcano - Session12006, Polydor 583.054 (Recorded live at Ronnie Scott's club, London for a German and UK label))
Big band including Tony Fisher (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe (cl,ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Ron Mathewson (b), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - February 28th, 1969 (Rue Chaptal - Session12007, Polydor 583.005 (Recorded live at Ronnie Scott's club, London for a German and UK label))
Big band including Tony Fisher (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe (cl,ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Ron Mathewson (b), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - May 27th, 1969 (All Blues - MPS15288 (Recorded in Germany for a German label))
Big band including Tony Fisher (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe (cl,ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - May 28th, 1969 (More Smiles - MPS21.29746 (Recorded in Germany for a German label))
Big band including Tony Fisher (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe (cl,ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Gitte Henning with the Clarke/Boland Big Band - September, 1969 (Gitte Henning - CBS SHZE280 (Recorded in Germany for a German label))
Gitte Henning (vcl) acc by big band including Tony Fisher (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe (cl,ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - October 29th, 1969 (En Concert Avec Europe 1, 1969 - Trema 710413/14 CD (Recorded in France for a French label))
Big band including Derek Watkins (tp), Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe (cl,ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Bob Leaper Big Band - 1970 (Try This One For Size - Pye NSLP18339)
Big band including: Leon Calvert, Tony Fisher, Kenny Wheeler (tp), Tony Coe, Bob Efford, Ronnie Scott (saxes), Bob Leaper (arr).
The Other Man's Grass/Don't Sleep In The Subway/Joanna/Too Much Too Soon/Call Me/Downtown/If You Ever Leave Me/Beautiful In The Rain/Where Are You Now?/Who Am I?.

Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band - September 30th, 1970 (Off Limits - Polydor 2310.147 (Recorded in Germany and released on a UK label))
Big band including Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe (cl,ts), Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Carmen McRae with the Clarke/Boland Big Band - November 3rd, 1970 (November Girl - Black Lion BLP30172 (Recorded in London for a UK label))
Carmen McRae (vcl) acc by big band including Derek Humble (as), Tony Coe, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Stan Getz with the Clarke/Boland Big Band - June 14th, 1971 (Change Of Scene - Verve 2304.034 (Recorded in Germany for an EU label))
Big Band including Tony Coe (ts,cl), Stan Getz, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

The Clarke/Boland Big Band - June 14th, 1971 (Clarke/Boland Big Band - Rearwood RW106 (Recorded in Germany for an Italian label))
Big Band including Derek Watkins (tp), Tony Coe (cl), Stan Robinson, Ronnie Scott (ts), Kenny Clare (d)...

Roy Budd Orchestra - late 1972 (Fear is the Key - Pye NSPL18398)
Kenny Ball (tp), Tubby Hayes (ts,fl), Ronnie Scott (ts), Roy Budd (p,arr,cond), Jeff Clyne (b), Chris Karan (d).
The Car Chase.
(Silva Screen CD - Fear is the Key (original soundtrack))

Ronnie Scott Trio - August 3rd and 4th, 1973 (RCA LPL15056, *Debut DEBX1)
RCA LP titled "Scott at Ronnie's".....Debut titled "Jazz Special", rest of LP by others.
Ronnie Scott (ts), Mike Carr (org), Bobby Gein (d), Loughty Amao (cga-1).
Sombrero Sam(1)/Lou's Piece/The More I See You/Midnight Blue/P&O Blues*/What's New (unissued)/Here's That Rainy Day.

Francy Boland Orchestra - January, 1976 (Blue Flame - MPS/BASFDC22910-6 (Recorded in Germany for a German label))
Big Band including Kenny Wheeler (tp), Tony Coe, Stan Robinson (reeds), Ronnie Scott (ts), Ron Mathewson (b), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Francy Boland Orchestra - January, 1976 (Red Hot - MPS/BASFDC22911-4 (Recorded in Germany for a German label))
Big Band including Kenny Wheeler (tp), Tony Coe, Stan Robinson (reeds), Ronnie Scott (ts), Ron Mathewson (b), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Francy Boland Orchestra - January, 1976 (White Heat - MPS/BASFDC22912-2 (Recorded in Germany for a German label))
Big Band including Kenny Wheeler (tp), Tony Coe, Stan Robinson (reeds), Ronnie Scott (ts), Ron Mathewson (b), Kenny Clare (d)...more...

Charles Austin - 1976 (Intercontinental Express: Joe Gallivan/Charles Austin - Compendium FIDARD08 (Recorded in London for a Norwegian label))
Medium size band including Kenny Wheeler, Ian Hamer (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts).

The Pablo All-Stars - July 14th, 1977 (The Pablo All-Stars: Jam - Pablo 2308-210 (Recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland))
Septet including Clark Terry, Milt Jackson, Ronnie Scott, Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, Bobby Durham.

The Pablo All-Stars - July 15th, 1977 (Montreux '77 The Jam Sessions - Pablo 2620-105 (Recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland))
Septet including Clark Terry, Milt Jackson, Ronnie Scott, Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, Bobby Durham.

Ronnie Scott Quintet - October 18th, 1977 (Pye NSPL 18542 - Serious Gold)
Ronnie Scott (ts,sop), John Taylor (keyb), Louis Stewart (g), Ron Mathewson (b), Martin Drew (d).
Invitation/Lazy Afternoon/Forty Colours/Hey-Oke Suite Ballad/Send In The Clowns/Interfusion.

Chas Burchell - May 28th, 1985 (In + Out IOR 7026-1 (Recorded in Kenton, Middlesex for a German label))
Sextet including Ronnie Scott and Chas Burchell (ts) with tpt + rhythm.

Tony Crombie and friends - January 5th and 19th, 1989 (Tony Crombie and friends - Renaissance REN001)
Guy Barker, Tony Fisher (tp), Ronnie Scott, Nigel Hitchcock (ts), Stan Sulzman (sop), John Critchinson (p), Lennie Bush (b), Harold Fisher (d).
Alison Adamant.
Tony Fisher (flhrn), Nigel Hitchcock (as), Ronnie Scott (ts), Stan Sulzman (fl), Phil Todd (bs,b-cl), John Critchinson (p), Lennie Bush (b), Harold Fisher (d).
Autumn Rustle.
Guy Barker, Tony Fisher (tp), Chris Pyne (tb), Nigel Hitchcock (as), Stan Sulzman (ts) or Ronnie Scott (ts-1), Phil Todd (bs), John Critchinson (p), Lennie Bush (b), Harold Fisher (d).
Rabbit Pie/Viva Rodriguez(1).

Ronnie Scott Quintet - October and November, 1990 (Live at Ronnie Scott's)
CD and LP titled 'Never Pat A Burning Dog'.
Dick Pearce (tp), Ronnie Scott (ts), Mornington Lockett (ts-1), John Critchinson (p), Ron Mathewson (b), Martin Drew (d).
Contemplation*/I'm Glad There Is You (DP out)*/White Caps*/All The Things You Are*/This Love Of Mine (DP out)*/When Love Is New*/Little Sunflower(1) (DP out, title not on LP)*.
(*Jazz House CD - Ronnie Scott - Double Event)


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