Singular artists who re-defined the boundaries of their instruments also visited Scott's. The unique chordal brilliance of pianist Bill Evans and his mid '60s trio of bassist Chuck Israels and drummer Larry Bunker, the soulfully meditative multi-instrumental warmth of Yusef Lateef, t-bone master J. J. Johnson and no holds barred performer Roland Kirk each have their own Live in London offering. A special bonus on many releases are in-depth interviews that give an inside look into these instrumental giants at the pinnacles of their careers.
Fishberg views the label's immediate future as continuing the archive concept but also as providing a forum for current working British bands to release new projects, "Two further archives from broadcasting organizations are currently being considered. We plan to make an announcement in the summer about these tremendously important collections...We have for the past three years been looking for a cutting edge unsigned contemporary jazz act and we have recently signed Delphy and their debut album to Harkit. Such offerings will have New York Jazz fans quickly realizing that Harkit is definitely their cup of tea.