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Green Tea

John Scofield Trio

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Blue Note Jazz Club
New York City, 2004


Composed by John Scofield himself, “Green Tea” is off of “A Go Go.” 1998's “A Go Go” marked the first – and not the last – time Scofield would collaborate with John Medeski, Billy Martin and Chris Wood.

Ohio native John Scofield has a vast and eclectic pedigree, having collaborated with jazz greats like Jaco Pastorius, Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, George Duke and Herbie Hancock.


John Scofield, guitar
Bill Stewart, drums
Steve Swallow, bass

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