And a little deeper understanding of who Scott is comes from a live interview George Klabin made with Bill Evans in 1966 from WKCR FM studio where Bill reminisces about his former bassist and colleague. These recollections from Bill are for me the highlight of the record.
And, there is more music. This time we hear Scotty on a recording session, again from 1961 with Don Friedman on piano and Pete LaRoca on drums. These performances have the raw feel of a jam session and you can sense this group hasn't benefited from a season of playing regularly together, yet. There are inspired moments from each musician and Scott and LaRoca hook up very effectively on Wooody'n You allowing Friedman the rhythmic freedom to execute some burning runs.