|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Robert William Scott||12||Audio||1970||Warner Bros. Records|
|6||From Eden To Canaan||11||Audio||1976||Columbia|
|7||The Compleat Musician||12||Audio||1960||Atlantic|
|9||From Eden To Canaan||11||Audio||1976||Columbia|
|11||I Had A Ball||9||Audio||Mercury|
|12||The Compositions Of Bobby Scott||12||Audio||Bethlehem Records|
|14||Pity The Poor, Poor Man||2||Audio||1956||ABC-Paramount|
|15||I Gotta Run Now / Have Mercy On Me||2||Audio||1963||Mercury|
|16||We're Doing Fine||2||Audio||1966||Columbia|
|17||When The Feeling Hits You!||12||Audio||1963-04-01||Mercury|
|18||Bobby Scott And 2 Horns||8||Audio||1956||ABC-Paramount|
American musician, bandleader, producer and songwriter (born January 29, 1937 in Mount Pleasent, New York - died November 05, 1990 in New York City, New York (cancer).
A pianist, vibraphonist, and singer, he could also play the accordion, cello, clarinet, and double bass. As a bandleader, he did sessions for Verve, ABC-Paramount, Bethlehem, and Musicmasters. As a songwriter, he won a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Composition for the song "A Taste of Honey", he also co-wrote the song "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother".