Steve Marcus

Tenor sax. Born 18 September 1939. Died 25 September 2005
Steve Marcus
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1939-09-18
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Steve Marcus

Steve Marcus Biography (Wikipedia)

Steve Marcus (September 18, 1939 in New York's Bronx – September 25, 2005 in New Hope, Pennsylvania) was an American jazz saxophonist.

His first album as a leader included an arrangement of the Beatles' song "Tomorrow Never Knows". He worked with jazz drummer Buddy Rich for the last twelve years of Rich's life. After Rich died, Marcus led the band and renamed it Buddy's Buddies.

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Ya Gotta Try
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Ya Gotta Try
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Half A Heart
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Half A Heart
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Listen People
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Listen People
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Eight Miles High
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Eight Miles High
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Rain
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Rain
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