Album by the trombonist and composer Marcello Rosa entitled “Friendship”, recorded in June 1974 at the Junior Studio in Rome and published by the King Universal label in 1975.
Marcello Rosa: trombone/Tony Scott: clarinet, baritone sax/Enrico Pieranunzi: piano/Stefano Lestini: piano/Alessio Urso: double bass/Mario Scotti: electric bass/Giorgio Rosciglione: electric bass/Piero Montanari: electric bass/Gegè Munari: drums/Massimo Rocci: drums and percussion/Roberto Podio: drums/Roberto Spizzichino : drums/Massimo Rocci, Giorgio Santini: sound engineer
In three songs from the album “Friendship” by Marcello Rosa – Anatolio, Friendship, Blues For Brandano – the Italian American Tony Scott is present as a guest. He arrived in Rome at the end of the Sixties, to participate in the Rai radio broadcasts in Via Asiago, organized by Adriano Mazzoletti, Tony Scott settles in Italy, often frequenting, in Rome, the Franco Fayenz and Enrico Cogno by Pepito Pignatelli. Considered among the best clarinetists in the history of Jazz, he had previously collaborated with Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Art Tatum and Billie Holiday, on the album "Lady Sings The Blues” from 1956.
The entire material recorded on analogue support was digitized and restored by the sound engineers of the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome under the supervision of Paolo Marra, curator of the Jazz Archive in Rome.
by double bass player Bruno Tommaso