Steve Lacy

Steven Norman Lackritz

Also known as Lacy, Messr. Lacy, S. Lacy, S.Lacy, Steve Lacey, Steve Lacy+16
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.stevelacymusic.org/

Discography of Steve Lacy:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Moon 5 Audio 1971 BYG Records
2 Wordless 6 Audio 1971 Futura Records (2)
3 Threads 5 Audio 1977 Horo Records
4 Axieme Vol. 2 2 Audio 1977-10-20 Red Record
5 Evidence 6 Audio 1962
6 Trickles 5 Audio 1976 Black Saint
7 Explorations 3 Audio 1987 Jazzpoint Records
8 Sands 13 Audio 1998 Tzadik
9 Catch 5 Audio 1978 Horo Records
10 Weal & Woe 11 Audio 1995 Emanem
11 Saxophone Special + 9 Audio 1998 Emanem
12 Clangs 6 Audio 1976 Ictus Records
13 High, Low And Order 11 Audio 1990 hat ART
14 Outcome 5 Audio 1999 Potlatch
15 Trickles 5 Audio 1993 Black Saint
16 Evidence 6 Audio 1990
17 Saxophone Special 5 Audio 1975 Emanem
18 Clangs 6 Audio 2006 Ictus Records
19 In Concert 7 Audio 2006 Ictus Records
20 Tao 10 Audio 2006 Ictus Records
21 Plays Monk 7 Audio 2004 Fuel 2000
22 Only Monk 9 Audio 1987 Soul Note
23 Crops & The Woe 8 Audio 1979 Quark Records & Books
24 Shots 8 Audio 1977 Musica Records
25 The Flame 5 Audio 1982 Soul Note
26 The Door 6 Audio 1989 Novus
27 Momentum 4 Audio 1987 Novus
28 Anthem 4 Audio 1990 Novus
29 More Monk 11 Audio 1991 Soul Note
30 Sidelines 7 Audio 1977 Improvising Artists Inc.
31 Regeneration 6 Audio 1983 Soul Note
32 Songs 12 Audio 2006 hatOLOGY
33 Dutch Masters 6 Audio 1991 Soul Note
34 The Way 4 Audio 1980
35 New Jazz Meeting Baden-Baden 2002 6 Audio 2006 hatOLOGY
36 Trio Live 5 Audio 1995
37 Straws 6 Audio 2007-10-24
38 One More Time 8 Audio 2002 Sketch (2)
39 Clinkers 5 Audio 2000 hatOLOGY
40 The Gap 5 Audio 2004 America Records
41 Momentum 4 Audio 1987 Novus
42 Clinkers 5 Audio 1978 Hat Hut Records
43 Tips 14 Audio 1981 Hat Hut Records
44 Plays Monk 7 Audio 1979 Affinity
45 One More Time 4 Audio 2005 Leo Records
46 The Door 8 Audio 1989 Novus
47 The Forest And The Zoo 2 Audio
48 Disposability 9 Audio 1966 Vik
49 Favorite Street 7 Audio 1984 Black Saint
50 Disposability 9 Audio KCD


American jazz saxophonist and composer considered to be one of the most important soprano saxophonists of all time.

b. July 23, 1934 (New York City, NY, USA)

d. June 4, 2004 (Boston, MA, USA)


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