Tom Scott & L.A. Express ☆ Live [1999]

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MandyMannheim
MandyMannheim - 2 months ago
He uses a kind of chorus time by time. But I see no footswitch or anything. Sounds cool. Like a Horn Section
Lucky Mojo
Lucky Mojo - Month ago
with Grateful Dead, he used Lyricon on Estimated Prophet. 😎gets that double horn sound
John D
John D - 2 months ago
Paul Jackson Jr on guitar. He is amazing. So incredibly versatile.
Nelson O
Nelson O - 3 months ago
this is nice but I prefer the band from the Tom Cat album, with John Guerin and Max Bennett
Mary Thompson
Mary Thompson - 5 months ago
I LOVE TOM SCOTT....LISTEN TO CAROLE KINGS SONG "JAZZMAN"" HE IS A MASTERPIECE...
Jesse Campbell
Jesse Campbell - 5 months ago
What song is that at 44:20?
Johno F
Johno F - 3 months ago
Pick Up The Pieces. Originally by the Average White Band.
OneAndDone
OneAndDone - 10 months ago
For drum fans, listen to John Guerin playing with Tom Scott and LA Express in the early '70's. Nothing else, no other things Guerin played on (which are epic and went on for years and are countless), just that. He is one of the greatest modern drummers ever if for just what he did with Tom Scott.
daverheu
daverheu - Month ago
Guerin on over 800 recordings incl joe cocker & Nelson Riddle with linda rhonstat. I asked howw he defined his style "Razz" jazz/rock. Fancy name became fusion
Keith R
Keith R - 7 months ago
usa-video.net/ftUyHqm2RJg-video.html awesome critique 👍🏻👍🏻stumbled across this interesting character who dissects and reacts to great 70,80’s music 😊he has an eclectic taste you might enjoy!!
daniel oswald
daniel oswald - Year ago
klaus doldinger/david sanborn smoothjazz wicki? jazz-rock/jazz-fank /the best of sanborn/grover`w. next exit
Gevorg Rostomyan
Gevorg Rostomyan - Year ago
What a solid Band...
Thanks for sharing
김레오
김레오 - Year ago
Paul's solo 29:00 31:25 46:38
Mike Troupe
Mike Troupe - Year ago
Wasn't that the original drummer John Guerin applauding at 34:15?
daverheu
daverheu - Month ago
Max Bennett & John Guerin founded L.A. Express. Somehow 30 years later Tommy wrangled the name away -- no doubt in their passing. Victor Feldman on keys was height of their breezy best. Try Transylvania Choo Choo... expresses that steam train
Steve Rose
Steve Rose - Year ago
That's not John, he would've been 60 in 1999. Looks a little like him though. Surely Tom Scott would've introduced him if it was him.
Stefanie Kronberger
Stefanie Kronberger - Year ago
Beautiful !!!!
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