Steve Lacy

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Steve Lacy (July 23, 1934 – June 4, 2004), born Steven Norman Lackritz in New York, was an innovative jazz soprano saxophonist. Lacy began his career working with dixieland music with masters such as Henry "Red" Allen, George "Pops" Foster and Zutty Singleton and then with Kansas City jazz players like Buck Clayton, Dicky Wells, and Jimmy Rushing before jumping into the heart of the avant-garde by performing on the debut album of Cecil Taylor, and making a notable appearance on an early Gil Evans album. Read more on Last.fm

Steve Lacy - Roswell Rudd
Early and Late
Album (2007)
Steve Lacy
We See
Album (2003)
Steve Lacy
The Beat Suite
Album (2003)
Steve Lacy & Roswell Rudd
Monk's Dream
Album (2000)
Steve Lacy
N.Y. Capers & Quirks
Album (2000)
Steve Lacy
Sands
Album (1998)
Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron
Communiqué
Album (1997)
Steve Lacy
Soprano Sax
Album (1996)
Steve Lacy
Actuality
Album (1995)
Steve Lacy, Irene Aebi & Frederic Rzewski
PACKET
Album (1995)
Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron
Hot House
Album (1991)
Steve Lacy
More Monk
Album (1991)
Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron
Sempre amore
Album (1987)
Steve Lacy
Hocus Pocus - Book 'H' of "Practitioners"
Album (1986)
Helen Merrill, Gordon Beck, Stéphane Grappelli & Steve Lacy
Music Makers
Album (1986)
Misha Mengelberg, Steve Lacy, George Lewis, Arjen Gorter & Han Bennink
Change of Season (Music of Herbie Nichols)
Album (1985)
Steve Lacy
The Straight Horn of Steve Lacy
Album (1985)
Roswell Rudd & Steve Lacy & Misha Mengelberg & Kent Carter & Han Bennink
Regeneration
Album (1983)
Steve Lacy
Plays Thelonious Monk (Reflections)
Album (1983)
Steve Lacy
Points
Album (1978)
Mal Waldron Quintet with Steve Lacy
One-Upmanship
Album (1977)
Steve Lacy
Evidence
Album (1962)