Quiet (album)

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Quiet
Studio album by John Scofield
Released September 24, 1996 (US) (CD)
Recorded The Power Station, April 3–6, 1996, New York City, New York, USA; April 8, 1996 Pyramid Sound, Los Angeles, California, USA
Genre Jazz
Length 50:46 (CD)
Label Verve Records
Producer John Scofield & Steve Swallow
John Scofield chronology
Groove Elation
(1995)
Quiet
(1996)
A Go Go
(1998)

Quiet is an album by jazz guitarist John Scofield. With its emphasis on acoustic guitar and gentle orchestral arrangements, Quiet is something of an oddity in Scofield's discography which more typically features electric jazz fusion and soul/funk-influenced music.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Tracks[edit]

All compositions and arrangements by John Scofield, except "Away" which was composed and arranged by Steve Swallow

  1. "After The Fact"
  2. "Tulle"
  3. "Away With Words"
  4. "Hold That Thought"
  5. "Door #3"
  6. "Bedside Manner"
  7. "Rolf And The Gang"
  8. "But For Love"
  9. "Away"

Personnel[edit]

Richard Siedel: executive producer

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