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Marilyn Scott

About Marilyn Scott

Scott has a flexible range and shows relatively good taste within the crossover Pop-Jazz field in which she makes her living. She may not have the world's most distinct or commanding voice, but she uses what she does have to good advantage. Her albums mix Adult Contemporary pop, lazy Brazilian jazz, and light R&B. Featured guest performers include Bob James and members of the Yellowjackets, along with production by Smooth Jazz kingpin George Duke on her albums Avenues of Love and Take Me With You.

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Marilyn Scott

Scott has a flexible range and shows relatively good taste within the crossover Pop-Jazz field in which she makes her living. She may not have the world's most distinct or commanding voice, but she uses what she does have to good advantage. Her albums mix Adult Contemporary pop, lazy Brazilian jazz, and light R&B. Featured guest performers include Bob James and members of the Yellowjackets, along with production by Smooth Jazz kingpin George Duke on her albums Avenues of Love and Take Me With You.

About Marilyn Scott

Scott has a flexible range and shows relatively good taste within the crossover Pop-Jazz field in which she makes her living. She may not have the world's most distinct or commanding voice, but she uses what she does have to good advantage. Her albums mix Adult Contemporary pop, lazy Brazilian jazz, and light R&B. Featured guest performers include Bob James and members of the Yellowjackets, along with production by Smooth Jazz kingpin George Duke on her albums Avenues of Love and Take Me With You.

About Marilyn Scott

Scott has a flexible range and shows relatively good taste within the crossover Pop-Jazz field in which she makes her living. She may not have the world's most distinct or commanding voice, but she uses what she does have to good advantage. Her albums mix Adult Contemporary pop, lazy Brazilian jazz, and light R&B. Featured guest performers include Bob James and members of the Yellowjackets, along with production by Smooth Jazz kingpin George Duke on her albums Avenues of Love and Take Me With You.