|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Mama Look-A Boo Boo / Freight Train||2||Audio||1957||Eldorado Records (3)|
|3||How Soon / Didja Mean Whatcha Said?||2||Audio||Mercury|
|4||No One Has Ever Cried For Me Before / The Jazz Waltz From "The Candidate" (Love Is A Reason For Living)||2||Audio||1964||Jubilee|
Steve Karmen (born January 31, 1937, Bronx, New York) is a composer, most famous for several jingles. Among his better known works are the New York State song, "I Love New York", the jingle Here Comes the King, the Exxon Song (1976), and Wrigley Spearmint Gum / Carry The Big Fresh Flavor (1973). He also composed several music scores for motion pictures during the 1960s, and performed briefly as a Calypso singer, achieving some recognition in Trinidad during that time.