Scott Fields Ensemble - 48 Motives, January 11, 1996 album FLAC
Companies, etc. Recorded At – Smart Studios. Mixed At – Smart Studios. Alto Saxophone – Joseph Jarman.
Fields counts on the interaction of these motives to generate interest. It happens at times, but the overall effect is that of minimalism: texture begging for development.
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Experimental Jazz ensemble led by Scott Fields (Guitar), and featuring a number of musicians including; Marilyn Crispell (piano), Hamid Drake (percussion), R. .Fugu (1995) 48 Motives, January 11, 1996 (1996) Disaster At Sea, An Opera Seria (1996) Five Frozen Eggs (1997) Scott Fields Ensemble - Stephen Dembski - Sonotropism (1997) Dénouement (1999) Mamet (2001) 96 Gestures (2001) This That.
Scott Fields Ensemble Scott Fields Freetet Elliott Sharp and Scott Fields Scott Fields and Stephen Rath Jeff Parker and Scott Fields James Choice Orchestra Multiple Joy(ce) Orchestra. Scott Fields (born September 30, 1948 in Chicago, Illinois), is a guitarist, composer and band leader. He is best known for his attempts to blend music that is composed and music that is written and for his modular pieces (see 48 Motives, 96 Gestures, and "OZZO") YouTube Encyclopedic. 1993 - Running with Scissors (Geode). 1995 - Fugu (Clean Feed Records). 1996 - 48 Motives (Cadence Jazz Records). 1996 - Disaster at Sea (Music & Arts). 1997 - Five Frozen Eggs (Music & Arts). 1997 - Sonotropism (Music & Arts).
Scott Fields (born September 30, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois) is a guitarist, composer, and bandleader. He is best known for blending music that is composed with music that is written and for his modular pieces (see 48 Motives, 96 Gestures and "OZZO"). He works primarily in avant-garde jazz, experimental music, and contemporary classical music. Fields was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois
- Recorded At – Smart Studios
- Mixed At – Smart Studios
- Alto Saxophone – Joseph Jarman
- Cello – Matt Turner
- Conductor – Stephen Dembski
- Double Bass – Hans Sturm, John Padden
- Guitar – Scott Fields
- Percussion – Geoff Brady, Vincent Davis
- Piano – Marilyn Crispell