RONNIE SCOTT: Ronnie Scott (originally Ronald Schatt) was born in London, into a family of Russian Jewish descent on his father’s side, and Portuguese antecedents on his mother’s. He was among the earliest British musicians to be influenced in his playing style by Charlie Parker and other bebop musicians. He co-led The Jazz Couriers with Tubby Hayes from 1957 to 1959, and was leader of a quartet including Stan Tracey (1960–1967). Ronnie Scott’s playing was much admired on both sides of the Atlantic.
RONNIE SCOTT & HIS AMERICAN FRIENDS - SECRET LOVE
PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED RECORDINGS !!
(Les Tomkins Archive*)
RONNIE SCOTT, tenor sax on all tracks, accompained by:
[1-2] Sonny Stitt (ts), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b)
& Jackie Dougan (d). London, May 8, 1964.
 Donald Byrd (tp), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b)
& Jimmy Robinson (d). July 2, 1964.
 J.J. Johnson (tb), Stan Tracey (p), Malcolm Cecil (b)
& Tony Crombie (d). September 21, 1964
 Freddie Hubbard (tp), Stan Tracey (p),
Rick Laird (b) & Allan Ganley (d). December 2, 1964.
 Intro by Freddie Hubbard 
Ronnie Scott interview with Les Tomkins. June 10, 1972.
All tracks recorded live at Ronnie Scott’s Club”, London, England.
01. Intro by Ronnie Scott
02. Secret Love
03. Blues By Five
04. Well, You Needn’t
05. Bye Bye Bluebird
06. Intro by Freddie Hubbard
07. Ronnie Scott Interview