October 2006
Mix;Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p177
The article reports on the recording session of jazz keyboardist Rhoda Scott in Studio A at The Annex recording studio in Menlo Park, California. The session was arranged by producer Pete Falico and the band that performs with Scott included saxophone players Red Holloway and Plas Johnson, drummer Lucien Dobat, and guitarist Carl Lockett. The music album entitled "From C to Shining C," will be available from CD Baby.


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