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Hi Steve. Love your website! Thanks for years of honest music, and for teaching me that the music lives in the 'rests' as much as it does in the notes. Thanks for the Eyewitness band. Anthony Jackson's playing on those records haunts me to this day! Have a happy birthday!
Dave Harrison <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Nashville, TN USA - Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 15:54:04 (EDT)
Hey Steve! Just wanted to wish you a very Happy Birthday this coming Sunday!!! Have a great day!!!
Santa Fe, NM USA - Wednesday, April 25, 2013 at 19:51:56 (EDT)
Hello Steve: First I must say. I'm sorry for your loss. Your friend Phil Ramone was a giant in the industry, and from your Tribute page, he was a dear and personal friend to you as well. I too lost a good friend last year, Jazz bassist Charles Fambrough. He was like a big brother to me. He taught & helped me with the music business in so many ways. Steve, one of the wonderful things about the business that we're in is that, in most cases, we have their music to pass on to future generations. I want to thank you, as a fellow guitarist, for being an inspiration to me and musicians all over the world, just like the people on your Tribute page were for you. I hope one day to share the stage with you and play a few notes together. If you ever come to Philly, look me up. I'll take you to get a good Philly Cheese Steak.
Freddie J. Cooper <email@example.com>
Philadelphia, PA USA - Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 19:10:07 (EDT)
I just want to be on your mailing list!
Fred Raimondi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pasadena, CA USA - Friday, March 29, 2013 at 16:41:30 (EDT)
Wonderful website Mr. Khan! One of the best by any musician ever. I recently went through all of the CDs I have of your music, and came up with my own single-CD "BEST OF". I wonder what you think of my choices: 1) "Daily Bulls" 2) "An Eye Over Autumn" 3) "Infant Eyes" 4) "Where's Mumphrey?" 5) "Guy Lafleur"(*****) 6) "Penetration" 7) "Uncle Roy" 8) "Little Sunflower" 9) "What I'm Said" 10) "Los Gaiteros." (I wanted to sneak "Still Life w/ Mockingbird" on as well, but it wouldn't fit) I can't possibly convey how much I have admired your unique sound over the past 30 plus years. The moodiness and subtle rhythms are so captivating...still! I guess I just wanted you to know.
Andy Malcolm <email@example.com>
Albany, NY USA - Sunday, March 03, 2013 at 17:21:44 (EST)
Hi Steve. Short note, long time fan. Love your work, and of your bandmates, not least Anthony Jackson. The "EYEWTINESS" album is my number 1!!! It just exemplifies everything wonderful about you guys, music, and what it can do to the human spirit. Many thanks, kind regards to all.
Ross Chatwin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gold Coast, Queensland Australia - Thursday, February 14, 2013 at 12:23:34 (EST)
Congratulations Steve! Saw that the Clare Fischer Latin Jazz Big Band won the Grammy for BEST LATIN JAZZ ALBUM with "¡RITMO!." Your role in the project must have been huge for Brent Fischer to have mentioned you specifically in his speech last night. Wow!!! It's great that the category was reinstated!
Miami, FL USA - Monday, February 11, 2013 at 09:12:43 (EST)
Hi Steve! Your music is super. And with your transcription side, I can learn/understand very much. I have a question:
Please can I have your transcription from your "Common Mama" (the Keith Jarrett tune)? from "GOT MY MENTAL" please. This is such a super song - it's absolutely positive!!! Thank you very much, also for your "El Prado Verde" and, and, and... Greetings, and the best!!! Harald
Harald Pirkir <email@example.com>
Salzburg, Austria - Friday, January 25, 2013 at 03:03:39 (EST)
Dear Steve, I am writing this message to thank you for everything you have done for music. Your sound is 100% musical, and is not coming from ego that a lot of so called musicians have. I don't consider them as musicians, because artist is creating not for him/herself but for us idiots to get something, thank you very much for your sound, for your talent, for your improvising bluesy :D I love blues, and am having a hard time now studying jazz, because of the chord changes, but I'll get over it hopefully. But man, when i listen to your music, I don't know, it is something else! I have all of your albums. Come to Georgia Please :D
Nikoloz Bichiashvili <Nikoloz.firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tbilisi, Georgian SSR - Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 10:45:46 (EST)
I have listened to your music for over 30 years. My favorite is "Some Punk Funk." It's a masterpiece. All your stuff is great!
Egon Danielsson <email@example.com>
Sollentuna, Sweden - Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 15:37:02 (EST)
Steve, I'm curious, maybe years ago I met you at the Bottom Line in Manhattan. Did you accompany Mose Allison there for what I recall was a 2 day gig in the mid-1970s? If so, you were dynamite, and I still remember your solos.
Michael Musacchio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pogwizdów, Poland - Friday, January 18, 2013 at 18:06:59 (EST)
I was at one of your gigs in Rome, I think in 1994 with Anthony Jackson and Dave Weckl, best live show in my whole life. I cannot say thank you enough for the inspiration.
Fabio Lattanzi <email@example.com>
Durban, KZN South Africa - Friday, January 18, 2013 at 12:53:38 (EST)