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Detroit native Scott Grooves got his introduction to the music industry by befriending Kevin Saunderson, which led to him playing keyboard with Inner City.  He was signed to Soma Records after they received a tape of his work; his debut record was "A New Day."  Pieces of A Dream was released in 1998 to wide acclaim and featured contributions from Roy Ayers and George Clinton. Two successful singles, "Expansions" and "Mothership Re-Connection," were issued from the LP, the latter of which was remixed by Daft Punk.  A one-off project for Spiritual Life was his last sighting until this year's split single "Hott," recorded with Alton Miller.

Scott Groove's Deepest Grooves

"A New Day" (Soma, 1997)

Pieces of a Dream (Soma, 1998)
Marvelous album that cuts across musical categories to produce a unique sonic vision.  The excursions into jazz, house, and techno are all united by a commitment to soul, making Grooves not just a surname but a statement of what he does.   

"Organ Nights" (Spiritual Life, 1999)

"Hott" (From the Studio of Scott Grooves, 2001)

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