Andrew Scott. “Strange Music” with Randy Napoleon, Neil Swainson and Archie Alleyne (Cellar Live Records).
Diana Cofini. “Round’ Midnight” and “You and The Night and the Music.” I play guitar on her forthcoming CD. August 2010.
Jack Prybylski. “Headhunter.” A tune that I wrote has been recorded for Jack’s 2nd Cd. Produced by 480East and I play guitar on the track as well.
Michael Dunston. “I Can’t Believe It’s Christmas,” “My Love,” “Turn the Lights Down Low” and “Soul Revolution.” 2010 Boomtang Records. I co-wrote, co-produced and play guitar on these recordings featured on the Michael Dunston EP My Love.
Frank D’Angelo. “Full Circle.” (2009) Boomtang Records. I co-wrote some of the songs and play guitar on this recording.
Itunes Essentials: “Canadian Guitar Heroes.” I’m featured on this downloadable CD.
Andrew Scott Quintet. “Live at the Pilot.” Live broadcast of my performance from the 2008 Downtown Toronto Jazz Festival that was made possible by the Ken Page Memorial Trust and was broadcast on JazzFm 91.1 FM.
Four80East. “Live in Baltimore” (May 2008). This was a live recording at the Capital Jazz Festival for XM Radio (Watercolours) that is now available as a free download from www.four80east.com
Gene DiNovi. “Propulsion” (an entry in the CBC Hockey Night in Canada Anthem Challenge)—I play guitar on the entry.
Andrew Scott. “Nostalgia” (with Dan Block, Jon-Erik Kellso, Mark Eisenman, Pat Collins and Joel Haynes), Sackville Records, Spring 2009.
The Joel Haynes Trio featuring Seamus Blake. “Transitions” (Cellar Live)—my composition “Transitions” is the lead-off track on this recording.
Jim Clayton. “Jim Clayton Jazz” (with Jim Clayton and Peter Telford), Winter 2007.
Patricia Zentilli. “The Game of Love” (with Jake Wilkinson, Mark Eisenman, Jon Meyer, Joel Haynes), Fall 2007.
The Gene DiNovi Trio. “Brand New Morning” (with Gene DiNovi, Andrew Scott and Dave Young) Marshmallow Records, Spring 2008 (available in Japan).
The Gene DiNovi Trio. “Three Optimists” (with Gene DiNovi, Andrew Scott and Dave Young) Sackville Records, 2007.
The Clayton/Scott Group. “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” on A Canadian Smooth Jazz Christmas. Wave 94.7 FM.
Frank D’Angelo and the Steelback 24. “You Gotta Believe to Believe” (with Mike Reno of Loverboy)–I play guitar and am the co-writer of the song.
Cynthia Ballesteros. What a Little Moonlight Can Do. Featuring Andrew Scott (guitarist and producer), Bernie Senensky, Louis Simao and Joel Haynes with Jake Wilkinson, Ryan Oliver and Terry Lukiwski.
Andrew Scott. Blue Mercer: The Andrew Scott Quartet (Bernie Senensky, Louis Simao and Joel Haynes) with Mike Murley and Randy Sandke. Sackville Records to be released summer 2006.
The Jonathon Wilkinson Project. Untitled. Summer 2005.
Frank D’Angelo and the Steelback 24. Go Team Go. Winter 2004-2005.
Frank D’Angelo and the Steelback 24. My Girl/Oh Canada/You Are so Beautiful. Summer 2004.
Andrew Scott. This One’s for Barney: The Andrew Scott Quartet featuring Harry Allen, Bernie Senesky and Jake Wilkinson. Sackville Records (November 2004).
The Show. Debt, Sweat and Tears. Inside Music/EMI, 2004.
The Clayton/Scott Group. So Nice. Boomtang Records/KOCH Jazz, 2004.
The Clayton/Scott Group. August. CSG Records, 2002.
One Step Beyond. One Step Beyond and J&B Scotch. J&B, 1998.
One Step Beyond. Live in Montreal. OSB Records, 1998.
One Step Beyond. “My Own Worst Enemy.” Fresh Jazz Vibes Volume III. Mo’Funk Records, 1998.
One Step Beyond. “Virtual Reality.” Fresh Jazz Vibes Volume II. Mo’Funk Records, 1997.
Jim Clayton’s Greenhouse. Muskoka. IndiePool, 1997.
One Step Beyond. Life out There. Outside Music, 1997.
One Step Beyond. One Step Beyond. Mo’Funk Records, 1996.
One Step Beyond. “Sure Shot/Permission Granted.” Fresh Jazz Vibes Volume I. Mo’Funk Records, 1996.
Music for Film and Television:
Composed and performed “Between Friends” by Andrew Scott for the film Old Stock produced by Geordie Sabbagh.
Composed and performed “Lullaby for Mason” by Andrew Scott for the film Textuality starring Eric McCormack, Jason Lewis and Carly Pople.
Composed and performed “Between Friends” by The Clayton/Scott Group for the film Textuality starring Eric McCormack, Jason Lewis and Carly Pope.
Composed/performed music for Death Warrior “For Mindy” and “To Life” (A film produced by Sean Buckley, directed by Bill Corcoran and distributed by Grindstone Entertainment Group and Lions Gate Entertainment).
Performed “Mr. Guaraldi” by The Clayton/Scott Group for a Health Check Ontario Public Service Announcement.
Composed/performed music for Pop Switch “For Mindy” (Short film by Jason Goode).
Composed/performed “Blues for Sonny” Mothers and Daughters. (Feature film in the 2008 Toronto Film Festival).
Composed/performed “Lullaby for Mason” THE BORDER (CBC TELEVISION). Episode 108.
Composed/performed “Lullaby for Mason” THE BORDER (CBC TELEVISION). Episode 106.
Composed/performed theme song for Coda Magazine’s “Jazz Faxx” radio program.
Composed music for “Everything’s Gone Green” a film directed by Paul Fox and written by Douglas Coupland.
Composed music for “Big Girl” by Renuka Jeyapalan. This short film won The Bravo!FACT Short Cuts Canada Award at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival.
“Blue Glass” and “Compared to Eddie” featured in “Scalpers: Fast Talk, Fast Cash” a film by Adam Rodin (Old Soul Entertainment).
O Canada. Arranged/performed the national anthem for the TSN Broadcast of the CFL Toronto Argonauts game August 2, 2005.
O Canada. Arranged/performed the national anthem for the TSN Broadcast of the CFL Toronto Argonauts game July 21, 2004.
RSVP at Mama D’s. Television show featuring Andrew Scott in the “house band” (CTV Television Fall 2004).
Kenny vs. Spenny. (CBC Television).
Child Star (Dave Foley, Jennifer Jason Leigh) 2004. Film featuring the music of The Clayton/Scott Group.
Burning Dogs. 2002. Film featuring the music of Andrew Scott.
Hand. Dir. Adam Rodin, 1998. Film featuring the music of Andrew Scott.
Like a Thief. Dir. John Woo, 1998. A television show featuring the music of Andrew Scott.
“Life on Asteroid B-612.” Composed by Andrew Scott for the BRAVO Television Network, 1998.