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  1. STEVE KHAN ARROWS VINYL LP RECORD 12" w/INNER. Sign in to check out Check out as a guest. Adding to your cart. The item you've selected wasn't added to your cart. Add to cart. Add to Watchlist Unwatch. day returns Candles: B1: Daily Village: B2: Some Arrows: B3: Calling:
  2. Arrows | Steve Khan to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on regbemispresnilitirecewemavo.coinfo
  3. The Blue Man, an Album by Steve regbemispresnilitirecewemavo.coinfoed in on Columbia (catalog no. JC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Funk. Featured peformers: Steve Khan (electric guitar), Jeff Mironov (electric guitar), Don Grolnick (aka_text {fender rhodes} role_id aka_text), Will Lee (bass), Steve Gadd (drums), Ralph MacDonald (percussion), Steve Khan (producer, .
  4. Steve Khan: Arrows (LP, Vinyl record album) - The last in a classic trilogy of late 70s fusion albums that Steve Khan cut for Columbia records &nd -- Dusty Groove .
  5. *Condition 커버 / 음반: NM / NM Label: Columbia ‎– JC Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo, Stereo Country: US Released: Genre: Jazz Style: Fusion, Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Funk Tracklist City Suite (For Folon) () A1a Part I: City Monsters A1b Part II: Dream City A2 Candles B1 Daily Village B2 Some Arrows B3 Calling Credits Producer – .
  6. During those years, it just didn't seem that anyone, other than Steve Gadd, could be better suited to the kind of music I was writing. But, when I was given the opportunity to record a third album for Columbia, and began to assemble all the compositions, I knew that, for two of them, "Candles" and " Some Arrows," it would be perfect for Rick.
  7. Like many albums of the time, Arrows is a New York effort through and through, with players like Don Grolnick, Randy Brecker, and David Sanborn doing sturdy work. Khan's work here is steady but the influx of fragments rather than songs causes Arrows to only be recommended to hardcore late-'70s jazz fans and guitar fanatics.
  8. 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.
  9. My three favorite Steve Khan recordings Tightrope 77, The Blue Man 78, and Arrows All three of these albums seem to go together. During this fusion era of the 70's Khan had such a incredible sound on his guitar that made him stand alone amongst the New York cats and pretty much every one else.5/5(5).

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