Phil Palombi’s Scott LaFaro book

One the great things about having done this book is getting to connect with so many warm and talented people along the way — from the greats like Harold Mabern to incredibly hip business people like Laurie Goldstein (president of Taggie Music) to fellow musicians and Wes fans from around the globe.

I thought I’d use this space to occasionally mention a new friend, starting with New York bassist Phil Palombi.

Phil is an outstanding straightahead bassist, but we first connected about his experience writing a Scott LaFaro book. Phil was very generous sharing his knowledge of the whole process, including copyright law, marketing and distribution.

And most importantly, Phil’s Scott LaFaro book is a musical treat. Incredibly accurate and well written. A must have for jazz bassists. Check it out here

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