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Steve Kuhn - Steve Kuhn mp3 track

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Performer: Steve Kuhn
Title: Steve Kuhn
Country: US
Released: 1972
Style: Vocal, Avant-garde Jazz
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.6 ✦
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Tracklist

A1 Pearlie's Swine 5:29
A2 Silver 4:39
A3 Time To Go 3:22
A4 The Heat Of The Moment 1:54
B1 The Baby 4:47
B2 Hold Out Your Hand 3:13
B3 The Meaning Of Love 2:55
B4 Ulla 4:23

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Gary McFarland, Steve Kuhn
  • Bass – Ron Carter
  • Drums – Billy Cobham
  • Percussion – Airto Moreira
  • Vocals, Piano – Steve Kuhn

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BDS 5098 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn ‎(LP) Buddah Records BDS 5098 US 1971
BDS 5098, SS-001 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn ‎(LP, RE) Buddah Records, Ascensionale BDS 5098, SS-001 Italy 2015
BDS 5098 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn ‎(LP, Promo) Buddah Records BDS 5098 US 1971
BDS 5098 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn ‎(LP) Buddah Records BDS 5098 US 1971
COCB-53597 Steve Kuhn The Early 70's ‎(CD, Album, RE) Columbia Music Entertainment COCB-53597 Japan 2007


Steve Kuhn (born March 24, 1938) is an American jazz pianist, composer, arranger, bandleader, and educator. Kuhn was born on March 24, 1938, in Brooklyn, New York City. He began studying piano at the age of five and studied under Boston piano teacher Margaret Chaloff, mother of jazz baritone saxophonist Serge Chaloff, who taught him the "Russian style" of piano playing. At an early age he began improvising classical music.

Life's Backward Glances. Remembering Tomorrow. Steve Kuhn: Mostly Ballads. Steve Kuhn, Harvie Swartz.

Electric Piano – Steve Kuhn. Engineer – George Klabin (tracks: 9 to 14), Joe Jorgensen (tracks: 1 to 8). Executive Producer – Norman Schwartz (tracks: 1 to 8). Liner Notes – Bill Evans, Steve Kuhn. Mastered By – Michael Fossenkemper. Tracks to 14 are from an unknown 1973/74 album (possibly previously unreleased). Recorded at Sound Ideas, September 14, 1973. Comes in mini LP replica with OBI & Japanese insert.

Notes: Steve Kuhn started out early – at the age of five to be precise. From that tender age, he was a talent on the piano, starting to play gigs as a teenager around Boston with such luminaries as Chet Baker and Coleman Hawkins. Kuhn’s debut under his own name was ‘Three Waves’ (Contact, 1966) with Steve Swallow and Pete La Roca. This was followed by an album with his old Lenox colleague, Gary McFarland, ‘The October Suite’ (Impulse, 1967), recorded with an ensemble which included strings, woodwinds, and reeds. The session further cemented their close relationship, a partnership that would bear fruit in Kuhn’s eponymous 1971 album for Buddah Records featuring a killer band: Kuhn alongside Ron Carter, Billy Cobham and Airto Moreira.

Steve Kuhn Live in New York is a live album by American jazz pianist and composer Steve Kuhn recorded in 1972 and originally released on the Cobblestone label but rereleased as Raindrops on the Muse label.

Steve Kuhn Tracklist.

left channel: Steve Kuhn, piano, harpsichord; Dave Izenzon, bass; Pete Laroca, drums; + right channel: Toshiko Akiyoshi, piano, celeste; Barry Galbraith, guitar; John Neves, bass. Olmsted Sound Studios, NYC, 1963. Dauntless DM 4308, DS 6308 Steve Kuhn And Toshiko Akiyoshi - The Country And Western Sound Of Jazz Pianos. Steve Kuhn With Gary McFarland's Orchestra. Isador Cohen, Matt Raimondi, violin; Al Brown, viola; Charlie McCracken, cello; Steve Kuhn, piano; Ron Carter, bass; Marty Morell, drums; Gary McFarland, arranger, conductor. NYC, October 14, 1966.