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What We Do

What We Do
Studio album by John Scofield Quartet
Released February 9, 1993 (US) (CD)
Recorded May 1992 at The Power Station, New York City, New York, USA
Genre Jazz
Length (CD)
Label Blue Note
Producer John Scofield
John Scofield chronology
Grace Under Pressure
(1992)
What We Do
(1993)
I Can See Your House from Here
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

What We Do is a the second studio album by jazz group The John Scofield Quartet. It was recorded in May 1992 and released the followong year on Blue Note Records. Besides John Scofield on guitar the quartet features saxophonist Joe Lovano, Bill Stewart on drums and Dennis Irwin on bass replacing Marc Johnson. Irwin and Scofield (both born in 1951) had already recorded together in the mid-1980s with Bennie Wallace on a track for his album Sweeping Through the City. Irwin would be the bassist on two more albums by Scofield, Hand Jive (1994) and Groove Elation (1995).

Track listing

All tracks written by John Scofield.

  1. "Little Walk" – 6:34
  2. "Camp Out" – 8:01
  3. "Big Sky" – 6:05
  4. "Easy for You" – 6:41
  5. "Call 911" – 7:27
  6. "Imaginary Time" – 6:08
  7. "Say the Word" – 6:26
  8. "Why Nogales?" – 8:15
  9. "What They Did" – 7:09

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Yanow, Scott (2011). "What We Do - John Scofield Quartet | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
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