"Raymond Scott is one of the greatest music technology innovators of the 20th century."
Matt Black (Coldcut)

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NOW AVAILABLE: a lavish 2-LP/2-CD set of 120 TV and radio commercials from Scott's enormously successful Jingle Workshop, 1951–1965. For over a decade Scott earned a solid living composing, arranging, and recording catchy ditties for Revlon, Delta Airlines, Stuckey's, Alka-Seltzer, Sprite, the Ford Motor Company, and other major sponsors. Hear Dorothy Collins, Mel Tormé, and dozens of unnamed session vocalists and musicians serenade you about beer, ice cream, gasoline, cigarettes, more beer, bread, shampoo, cars, mouthwash, and MORE beer.

The Jingle Workshop collection includes finished spots, outtakes, rehearsals, alternates, demos, unused instrumental beds, studio chatter, and irresistible earworms about mid-20th century consumer goods. The styles range from cool jazz to percolating Latin, from lush orchestrations to piano & voice; the arrangements feature soloists, vocal duets, and group harmony. There's even some stray electronic works discovered after the release of the all-electronic Y2K compilation Manhattan Research Inc. Collection produced by Irwin Chusid, cover art by Javier Garcia, and liner notes by Gary Stockdale. Released by Modern Harmonic on double LP and or two CDs.

Raymond Scott News and Scottworks Update

Our first Scottworks Festival took place in September 2018, and much has happened since. New works sampling Scott's electronica have been released by Lizzo ("Tempo") and T-Bone Burnett ("Anti Cyclone"). Academy Award winning director Morgan Neville has licensed a Scott recording for his new documentary about Def Jam founder Rick Rubin.  Scott's Electronium is chronicled in an exhibit at the new Moogseum in Asheville, NC, and Yuri Suzuki's Electronium Re-imagined platform was on exhibit at London's Barbican Museum.  The Scott family is in the early planning stages for Scottworks II in 2020, most likely to be held on the east coast.  Details about all of the above here.

The second collection of Raymond Scott electronica was issued in 2017. Three Willow Park: Electronic Music from Inner Space, 1961-1971 features 61 previously unreleased recordings from the decade before Scott left New York to work in L.A. for Motown. Most tracks were recorded on devices Scott invented, and his Motown Electronium is heard for the first time on disc. The 3-LP/2-CD set serves as a companion to the Y2K collection Manhattan Research, Inc. Many tracks feature hypnotic rhythms played by the Electronium—an invention which composed and performed using programmed intelligence. Three Willow Park includes an extensive booklet with historical chronicles, photos, a timeline, family remembrances, track notes, and ephemera. Watch a short promotional 3WPvideo clip here.

SCOTTWORKS PERFORMANCE VIDEOS: We've posted a number of live performances from our September 2018 Raymond Scott Festival held in Burbank. Hear/see Scott tunes performed by Quartet San Francisco, Ego Plum, Skip Heller, Beth Sorrentino, and Michael Whelan.

ARTIFACTS FROM THE ARCHIVES: Learn more about Scott's electronic music career in a FREE 349-page downloadable compendium of artifacts and ephemera, including previously uncirculated historic material.