Tx tenor saxman Clifford Scott was created June 21, 1928. Maybe most well-known for his traditional solo in Expenses Doggett’s “Honky Tonk, Pt. 2,” Scott also used Jay McShann, Amos Milburn, and Lionel Hampton before becoming a member of Doggett. Later on, he caused Ray Charles and documented several albums like a innovator on Ruler and Pacific Jazz, non-e which received very much recognition. He relocated to LA in 1962 and worked well within the soul-jazz picture for several years, eventually time for San Antonio in the first ’70s. Later on in his existence, he made several albums that also didn’t generate very much attention along with a recording with Crazy Expenses Davis in 1986 in Zurich. Clifford Scott passed away Apr 19, 1993.
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