Since leaving NY in 1959, Tony Scott (a high bebop-oriented clarinetist) continues to be an eager globe traveler who enjoys exploring the folk music of other countries. Regrettably, his post-1959 recordings have already been few, much between, difficult-to-locate, and occasionally erratic, but Scott was an unheralded pioneer both in globe music and modern. Tony Scott went to Juilliard during 1940-1942, performed at Minton’s Playhouse, and after 3 years in the armed service he became mostly of the clarinetists to try out bop. His awesome tone (noticed at its greatest on the 1950 Sarah Vaughan program that also contains Kilometers Davis) stood right out of the even more hard-driving playing of Friend DeFranco. Scott caused a multitude of main players (including Ben Webster, Trummy Youthful, Earl Bostic, Charlie Ventura, Claude Thornhill, Friend Wealthy, and Billie Vacation), led his personal record times (among his sidemen had been Dizzy Gillespie and a Expenses Evans) which ranged from bop and awesome to free of charge improvisations (each is currently difficult to find), and positioned with DeFranco near the top of his field. Sadly the clarinet had not been exactly a favorite device in the 1950s (instead of during the golf swing period) and Tony Scott continued to be an obscure name beyond jazz circles. In 1959, he quit for the U.S. and started extensive travels of china and taiwan. He performed Eastern traditional music, recorded deep breathing music for Verve, and, apart from some brief trips towards the U.S, lived in Italy because the 1970s where he occasionally experimented with consumer electronics. Tony Scott passed on in Italy on March 3rd, 2007.