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8 thoughts on “ City Suite (For Folon) - Steve Khan - Arrows (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. UK released 20 April (delayed from March ) - "Tightrope/The Blue Man/Arrows" by STEVE KHAN on Beat Goes On BGOCD (Barcode ) features 3LPs on 2CDs and breaks down as follows: Disc 1 ( minutes): 1. Some Punk Funk 2. Darlin' Darlin' Baby (Sweet, Tender, Love) 3. Tightrope (For Folon) 4. The Big Ones [Side 2] 5. Star /5(22).
  2. Khan Space Shanty Steve Hillage Egg Ltd g FOC 12" vinyl LP New + Sealed. AU $ + AU $ Shipping.
  3. Steve Khan enjoyed a great reputation as a session guitarist. His debut album ‘Tightrope’ includes a nice Jazz take on the O’Jays’ ‘Darlin Darlin Baby’. The album was released on Bob James’ Tappan Zee and includes several good Fusion tracks such as ‘Tightrope’, ‘The Big Ones’ and slightly Latin flavoured ‘When Shadows.
  4. Arrows, the follow-up to 's The Blue Man, has Khan again signed directly to Columbia rather than Tappen Zee, where Bob James produced Khan's debut, Tightrope. With commercial considerations a non-issue and armed with a vague concept, Arrows is often a humorless and bleak affair despite the skills of the talented guitarist. Khan shares the production duties with Elliot Scheiner on this.
  5. Career. According to Steve Khan, his father, lyricist Sammy Cahn, "loved to hear of any and all versions of his songs". Thus Khan grew up in a house with music. He took piano lessons as a child and played drums for the surf rock band the Chantays. The band's guitarist exposed him to the albums Tough Talk by The Crusaders and Movin' Wes by Wes Montgomery. In his late teens he quit the drums and.
  6. Dec 08,  · Steve Khan-ArrowsColumbia Arrows, the follow-up to 's The Blue Man, has Khan again signed directly to Columbia rather than Tappen Zee, where Bob James produced Khan's debut, Tightrope. With commercial considerations a non-issue and armed with a vague concept, Arrows is often a humorless and bleak affair despite the skills of the.
  7. Khan shares the production duties with Elliot Scheiner on this effort. Almost immediately, Arrows seems to suffer from a lack of direction. While the minute-andsecond concept song "City Suite" offers nary a memorable riff, "Candles" has Khan doing some great unnerving solos with Michael Brecker supporting on soprano sax.

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