Audio Tracks

Various recordings by Scot Ranney
Recordings of Scot Ranney. Solo piano, with bands, electronic music, and more.

This page is a bit under construction. I'll fix it up with better demos soon.


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Chico's Paradise

"207" is from "My First Piano" CD

ToberX is a funky fun looping bass noise with Herbiesque pianoisms on top of it. It ends with a funky piano version of Amazing Grace (kind of inspired by Victor Wooten.)

A slow rendition of "My Funny Valentine".

An original:

Used for the "Softly as in a Morning Sunrise" jazz piano reharmonization lesson on LearnJazzPiano.com

This is a thoughtful rendition of Autumn Leaves.

RSS Trio Jam Session

Join Scot Ranney, Andy Simmons, and Jerry Steinhilber at Lovitt Restaurant every Tuesday night at 7:30pm for a friendly Bellingham jazz jam session. All ages, no cover.

An Hour of New Piano Music by Scot

More videos of Scot Ranney's music: play list 1, play list 2

News, Updates, Doggerel

When there isn't a piano,
Scot plays the Nord Stage2 EX

Nord Stage 2 EX - Scot Ranney's keyboard of choice. Nord Stage2 EX

A perfectly awesome keyboard.

Resources

LearnJazzPiano.com

Scot's online jazz piano community, since 1995. Forums, questions answered, and a ton of unique jazz piano resources.

Scot's Scripts Web Development

Website, ecommerce, and general consultation. Since 1997. Have an idea? Anything can happen with custom web apps.

Original Sheet Music on Score Exchange

Solo piano sheet music arrangements of original compositions, Christmas music, Celtic classics, and more.

Featured Content

Calvin and Hobbes: The Last Adventure

A story about Calvin and Hobbes, a memorial and look at what Calvin's last day might have been like.

Toilets that Flush, a Personal Review

A review of the American Standard Siphonic Dual Flush Toilet

The Day of the Chin, or, Strangling Chickens and Yummy Griblets

The band accepts no one into the inner circle without an offering. Drinks are acceptable.

The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery – Hong Kong

Visiting the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is like walking into a kung fu movie inside a hidden Chinese mountain temple. Photos and directions.

Email/Newsletter List

Keep up to date with Scot's gigs, publications, and other musical endeavors.


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