In any of the styles on Unknown Soul, his playing is that of someone who is just getting started and has passion for the music, but not much facility yet - particularly in relation to his bass and drum playing skills. As for the piano, Scott’s playing is further along but still needs much work. His blues piano soloing has occasional flashes of future chops and ideas, but is mainly amateurish. Only in his singing do we get something approaching a definite musicality. It seems he has internalized some of the feel and sound of Aaron Neville and has the innate sensibility of a Mose Allison. If Scott had a good backing band and some rehearsal, a decent blues/jazz recording could be made.