5-CD boxed set (LP-size) with 39-page book, 140 tracks. Playing time approx. 348 mns.
Jack Scott was one of the truly great stylists of rock 'n' roll. From pounding rockabilly to classic ballads like What In the World's Come Over You and Burning Bridges, Jack Scott was a stylist. All of his American studio recordings from 1957 to 1977 are here, starting with the demo of 'Greaseball' that became 'Leroy', and taking in all those legendary Carlton and Top Rank sides, many of them unavailable since the '50s and '60s. All those hard-to-find Carlton and Top Rank LPs are included too. Next we have all the Capitol and Groove sides, like 'Grizzily Bear', 'Flakey John'... etc., and we conclude with the ABC, Jubilee, GRT, Dot, and Gusto sides from 1966 to 1977. Dig Jack Scott Here's the collection that sets the record straight!