Tom Scott (musician)

Tom Scott (Musician)

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Tom Scott (born May 19, 1948) is an American saxophonist, composer, arranger, conductor and bandleader of the west coast jazz/jazz fusion ensemble The L.A. Express.


Scott was born in Los Angeles, California. He is the son of prolific film and television composer Nathan Scott, who counted more than 850 television credits and more than 100 film credits during his career as a composer, orchestrator and conductor.

His best-known works are the theme songs for TV series from the 1970s and 1980s — Starsky and Hutch (a track entitled "Gotcha!") and The Streets of San Francisco, and his soprano sax solo and fills on the 1975 #1 hit single Listen to What the Man Said for Wings. In 1982, Scott also collaborated with Johnny Mathis to write & record two versions – lyrical and instrumental – of "Without Us", the theme to the 80's sitcom Family Ties. His song "Today" is sampled in the Pete Rock & CL Smooth 1992 hit They Reminisce Over You .

Scott came from a musical family. His father, Nathan Scott, was a band leader and composer (one of his most famous works being the theme from the television series, Dragnet). Tom Scott's professional career began as a teenager, as leader of a jazz ensemble Neoteric Trio, and then as a "first-call" (i.e. high-demand) session musician. He has dozens of solo recordings...
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