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Love your playing, Steve. I play & teach here in L.A. - pals with Mike Stern, took lessons from Carl Verheyen, etc. On "Go Home" from "BACKLOG," HOW DO YOU GET THAT TONE? Damn!
Rack, stomp, what..? Keep up the good work and thx for your time. PM
Paul Michael Smith
Los Angeles, CA USA - Friday, July 07, 2017 at 19:00:33 (EDT)
I remember your work with a lot of the original Fusion musicians in the late '70s and early '80s. Thankful that I've "RE-Discovered" you. MORE 'Inspiration' for MY personal listening and practicing pleasure.
Camano Island, WA USA - Sunday, June 11, 2017 at 20:29:20 (EDT)
Dear Steve, I've been listening to "BACKLOG," and wanted to congratulate on a sensational album. This is your warmest, most emotive and expressive creation. You have come so far as an artist. Back in the '70s, when we briefly met at a gig at the Roxy, you were so gracious with your time - you were at that moment creating at a very high level - now, doing this nearly 40 years later. Awesome! An inspiration to us all. Thank you for the fun, Chuck
Pasadena, CA USA - Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 19:35:15 (EDT)
Greetings Steve, I am revisiting your Columbia albums on the BGO Records 2-disc set, and I'm enjoying them very much. These tunes really take me back to the days in the early '80s when I was first getting into jazz and fusion. I used to listen to the "BEST OF STEVE KHAN" LP in those days. BGO did a great job on the re-issue, and I found the liner notes very informative, because I didn't know much about your early career with the exception of your association with Steely Dan. I am looking forward to picking-up your other BGO set as well. Thanks for all of the fine music you've created over the years!
Syracuse, NY USA - Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 12:43:30 (EDT)
Steve: I like the new release "BACKLOG" as well as "SUBTEXT" plus your older recordings that I have in my collection like "TIGHTROPE"; "ARROWS"; "THE BLUE MAN," etc. I heard the interview today on WBGO, as well as the last time you were interviewed there. Will you ever perform again live in NYC? It would be cool to see you perform live. All the best, and good luck with the release of "BACKLOG."
Union, NJ USA - Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 12:38:42 (EDT)
Steve: Can't stop listening to the new record! Masterful and emotional all at once. The playing and tone on "Go Home" is out of this world. Thanks for doing it again! - LW
Roswell, GA USA - Monday, April 10, 2017 at 13:10:19 (EDT)
Hello Steve, "BACKLOG"! Congratulations on an excellent record! "Concepticus in C"; "Invisible" and "Go Home" are particularly enjoyable tracks. A pleasure to hear all around. It would be great to see some live dates with this music! Hope you are well. Best, Will
Brooklyn, NY USA - Saturday, April 08, 2017 at 13:41:22 (EDT)
Just bought the new CD. Thanks. I am enjoying it very much!!! Excellent.
Barbourville, KY USA - Saturday, April 01, 2017 at 09:40:55 (EDT)
Hey Steve, "BACKLOG" Love it! just got it today, I wrote to you about "Folon" some years ago, you might remember? Anyway, the recording is terrific, and a nice surprise... "Emily," beautiful arrangement & inclusion. Funny, I just watched the film a few nights ago with my wife, thinking about Coburn & Garner. I hope this note finds you & yours well. Regards, Phillip
Philadelphia, PA USA - Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 12:10:09 (EDT)
I've heard a couple of songs off "BACKLOG" on local radio, and I'm very interested in getting this album.....however, I'm a vinyl guy. Any plans on releasing "BACKLOG" on vinyl?! I also work at a local record store, and I try to get our Jazz customers interested in your back catalog - especially "TIGHTROPE." Thanks in advance.
Olathe, KS USA - Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 10:32:24 (EDT)
Hi Steve. Thanks for sharing the transcription of Monk's "Little Rootie Tootie" solo, and your comments about it! I am working to figure out how to play a stride piano version of the song, and I have really been helped along both by your transcription and analysis. :-)
Asa Harvard Maare
Kastrup, Denmark - Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 08:59:25 (EDT)
Hello Mr. Khan! Do you know if the great Guy Lafleur is aware that you named one of your tunes for him? I'm one of your long time fans, and a hockey fan also! Always great to discover your new stuff, and to remember the good old times when i listen the older tunes! Time is going by so fast!! Thank you again!
Montréal, Québec Canada - Thursday, March 02, 2017 at 14:58:49 (EST)
Hey Steve, I know it's been a long time since I last said, "Hi!" but life gets crazy. I've been listening to "GOT MY MENTAL" again lately, and just wanted to reach out. Looks like I missed your last recording, and I'm gonna get it. Are you playing out anywhere? Any tours coming up? You are certainly on my list of must see in concert! Take care, and please keep giving us great music!
Orlando, FL USA - Friday, February 23, 2017 at 00:06:48 (EST)
Steve: Can't wait to hear "BACKLOG," and can only imagine how phenomenal this recording will be, based upon your last two. Thank you for continuing to play the most authentic Jazz in the world! Your old friend, Larry
Atlanta, GA USA - Friday, January 27, 2017 at 16:29:55 (EST)
Have always loved your playing and keen guitar insights to share with others, working again on "CHORD KHANCEPTS" for improving my chording and comping. You are great, and please come to Portales and play for the troops at Cannon AFB, NM. I will help arrange it if I can.
Portales, NM USA - Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 07:22:10 (EST)
Hello Steve, Just finished listening to "BACKLOG" that I received today (ordered online). I don't know of many musicians who make records like this, I'm telling you! Really swinging, there is a lot of sophistication to your music, but also tons of joy, groove and intricate harmonies and melodies, and a relationship to Latin music that is getting deeper and deeper while still keeping that NYC vibe that I guess is in your blood. I think there is even more space with Mark Walker, who finds the perfect balance to fit in with the percussion.
Paris, France - Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 05:09:55 (EST)
Steve, Happy New Year! Just listened to "Daily Village" from "ARROWS"! Love that record. What an awesome band. Good luck to you in 2017!! Best, Marcus
New York, NY USA - Tuesday, January 03, 2016 at 10:57:53 (EST)