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Steve Douglas - Hot Sax download mp3 album
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Hot Sax
Released:
1982
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US
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Hot Sax. Fantasy F-9620.

Soprano Sax (also released as Soprano Today) is the debut album by Steve Lacy which was released on the Prestige label in 1958. It features performances by Lacy, Wynton Kelly, Buell Neidlinger and Dennis Charles.

Steve Douglas ‎– Hot Sax. Label: Fantasy ‎– 0061. Format: Vinyl, LP. Country: Germany. Arranged By – Steve Douglas. Art Direction – Phil Carroll. Design – Jamie Putnam. Drums – John Kincheloe. Engineer – Jamie Bridges, Phil Kaffel. Mastered By – George Horn. Oberheim Obx, Mini Moog, Vocoder, Piano – Tim Gorman. Photography By – Phil Bray. Producer – Phil Kaffel, Steve Douglas.

Douglas' Hot Sax album, released in 1982, includes his remake of "Peter Gunn," which he'd originally recorded with Duane Eddy two decades earlier. Douglas died in 1993 of heart failure. This is the article box template. Aretha Franklin - Amazing Grace: The Complete Recordings (Unboxing). This is the node video box template.

Steve Douglas was the saxophonist everyone wanted to work with. Douglas was a member of Spector’s legendary Wrecking Crew. He played with such icons as the Ronettes, Ike and Tina Turner, the Righteous Brothers and the Beach Boys. To the top. The unmistakable sound of Steve Douglas’ honking saxophone can be heard on countless recordings by the Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Duane Eddy and others. Among the most in-demand West Coast sessionmen, Douglas was a key player in producer Phil Spector’s Wrecking Crew, the collective of sidemen that Spector used on virtually all his sessions. Douglas’ Hot Sax album, released in 1982, includes his remake of Peter Gunn, which he originally recorded with Duane Eddy two decades earlier. Inductee: Steve Douglas (born September 24, 1938, died April 18, 1993).

Steve Douglas plays one hot sax. And "Hot Sax" just happens to be the title of Steve's debut album on Fantasy Records. Over the years, Steve has earned the reputation as being one of the top studio musicians. The list of artists Steve has recorded with reads like a Who's Who In Rock 'n' Roll. Steve has recorded with everybody from Elvis, to Frank Sinatra, to Bob Dylan, to The Four Tops, to The Tubes, and the list goes on and on. We're proud to present an interview with one of the most respected musicians in the business today - Steve Douglas.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Breakout
Written-By – Scott Mathews, Steve Douglas, Tim Gorman
5:25
A2 Peter Gunn
Written-By – Henry Mancini
3:41
A3 Sunrize Cocktail
Written-By – Scott Mathews, Steve Douglas
4:32
A4 Strictly Confidential
Written-By – Steve Douglas
4:11
B1 Funk Foray
Written-By – Scott Mathews, Steve Douglas, Tim Gorman
3:18
B2 Harlem Melody
Written-By – Steve Douglas, Tim Gorman
2:52
B3 Anaconda
Bass – Steve DouglasRoto-toms – Scott MathewsWritten-By – John Kincheloe, Scott Mathews, Steve Douglas, Tim Gorman
4:37
B4 Arabian Blues
Written-By – Scott Mathews, Steve Douglas, Tim Gorman
5:15

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Steve Douglas
  • Arranged By – Steve Douglas
  • Art Direction – Phil Carroll
  • Design – Jamie Putnam
  • Drums – John Kincheloe
  • Engineer – Jamie Bridges, Phil Kaffel
  • Mastered By – George Horn
  • Oberheim Obx, Mini Moog, Vocoder, Piano – Tim Gorman
  • Photography By – Phil Bray
  • Producer – Phil Kaffel, Steve Douglas
  • Synthesizer – Scott Mathews

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F-9620 Steve Douglas Hot Sax ‎(LP) Fantasy F-9620 US 1982
0061.174 Steve Douglas Hot Sax ‎(LP) Fantasy 0061.174 Germany 1982