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Public Access / Headline / Crossings

Public Access / Headline / Crossings by Steve Khan buy album

Steve Khan

Label: BGO Records
Released: 2018
Duration: 02:35:00
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Track Listing

CD1 (Public Access, 1989): Sisé; Blue Zone 41; Kamarica; Silent Screen; Mambosa; Butane Elvin; Botero People; Mama Chóla. (from Headline, 1992): Turnaround; Caribbean Fire Dance. CD2 (from Headline, 1992): All or Nothing at All. (Crossings, 1994): Descarga Khanalonious; Think of One; When I’m Said; Pee Wee; It’s You or No One; I Love Paris; Capricorn; Melancholee; Inner Urge; While My Lady Sleeps.

Personnel

Steve Khan
Steve Khan

guitar

Additional Personnel / Information

Steve Khan: guitar; Anthony Jackson: contrabass guitar; Manolo Badrena: percussion, vocals (CD1#1-8); Dave Weckl: drums (CD1#1-8); Lani Groves: additional vocals (CD1#1-8); Vivian Cherry: additional vocals (CD1#1-8); Janie Barnett: additional vocals (CD1#1-8); Kurt Yahjian: additional vocals (CD1#1-8); Dennis Chambers: drums (CD1#9-10, CD2); Michael Brecker: tenor saxophone (CD2#2, CD2#7, CD2#11).


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