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  1. We Will
  2. We Think
  3. We Don't
  4. We Can
  5. We Are
  6. We Do
  7. We Should
  8. We Could
  9. We Want
Steve Cohn: Piano, Shakuhachi, Hichiriki, Shofar, Khaen, Percussion  

William Parker: Contrabass, Tuba, Percussion

Ton Tedesco: Drums, Percussion

Recorded January 20, 1991 at Tedesco Studio, Paramus, NJ

Compositions by Steve Cohn, William Parker, Tom Tedesco

Hathor Music BMI

 


Iro Iro
RT 9334 CD, Released in 2008 on Red Tucan Records

  1. Ohio
  2. Konnichiwa
  3. Kombawa
  4. Oyasuminasai
Steve Cohn: Piano, Shakuhachi, Hichiriki, Shofar, Ektara, Percussion  

Masahiko Kono: Trombone
Tomas Ulrich: Cello
Kevin Norton: Drums, Vibes, Percussion

Recorded at The Knitting Factory, NYC
1/31/1999 by Jon Rosenberg

Compositions by Steve Cohn


 


(Painting by Steve Cohn)
Wire
KCD 5183, Released in 2007 on Konnex

  1. Gruvlok
  2. Grill
  3. Birds
  4. Egg
  5. Surf
  6. Earry
  7. Sketch
  8. Slide
  9. Liquid
  10. Wide
Steve Cohn: Piano, Vocals, Shakuhachi, "Box" on track 4 

Adam Lane: Bass
Ray Sage: Drums, Percussion
Blaise Siwula: Alto Sax
Motoko Shimizu: Vocals, Persussion

Recorded at The Studio on Green Street. in SoHo, NYC
by Katherine Miller

 



The Blair Recordings
LR 335, Released in 2002 on Leo Records

  1. Machine
  2. Movie
  3. Percussarama
  4. I found see hee hee oohwee oohwah
  5. Flee-ee you eeyou
  6. Elephantasia
  7. How to Play
  8. Miller Time
  9. Ben Yay Ya
  10. Tu Tu
  11. Doing the Business
  12. Camping
  13. Narcissus and Echo
  14. Song and the Vacuum
Steve Cohn: Keyboard with module and multi-track over dubbing, Shakuhachi, Voice
Hichiriki, Shofar, percussion

Blair Hardman: Electronic effects (12,13,14), percussion (7)

Johnny De Robertis: Voice (4,5 &9)

Engineering, mastering by Blair Hardman at Zone Recording Studio, Colati

Musical Conceptions by Steve Cohn
and pub. Hathor Music/BMI in Europe published by Alissa Publishing/PRS

 



Bridge Over the X-Stream
LR 288, Released in 2000 on Leo Records

  1. In the Well of Value
  2. Don't Sit Down if You Can't Stand Up
  3. Where My Advantages Can be Advanced
  4. Give Me a Bowl of Oatmeal
  5. Mommy, Daddy Took the Cake out
  6. Don't Stand up if You Can't Sit down
Steve Cohn: Piano, Shakuhachi,
Hichiriki, Shofar, perc.
 

Reggie Workman: Bass, percussion
Jason Hwang: Violin
Tom Varner: French Horn


This CD is dedicated to the memory of Fred Hopkins and Ayuko Ito

Recorded at the Main Space, Knitting Factory
New York, NY on 1/4/99

Engineering, mastering & editing by Jon Rosenberg

Musical Conceptions by Steve Cohn
and pub. Hathor Music/BMI in Europe published by Alissa Publishing/PRS

 



(Painting by Steve Cohn)
Ittekimasu
WCR 1203, Released in 1989 on White Cow
LP (Still available by mail from White Cow Inc.)


Ittekimasu
ITMP 970059, Released in 1991 by ITM Pacific
CD, Currently In-Print (mid 1997)

Side 1
  1. First Movement
  2. Second Movement

Side 2

  1. Third Movement
  2. Fourth Movement
  3. Fifth Movement
Steve Cohn: Piano, Shakuhachi
Hichiricki, Shofar, Khaen, perc.
 

Fred Hopkins: Bass
Thurman Barker: Drums, Marimba,
Orchestra Bells, perc.

Recorded at the Greenwich Village
Jazz Festival, Greenwich House,
New York, NY on 9/4/87 by
Kazanori Sugiyama

Direct Metal Mastering

Musical Conceptions by Steve Cohn
and pub. Hathor Music/BMI



(Painting by Steve Cohn)
The Beggar and The Robot In Diamonds
ITMP 970089, Released in 1996 on ITM Pacific
CD, Currently In-Print (mid 1997)

The Beggar*
  1. 1st Movement
  2. 2nd Movement
  3. 3rd Movement

The Robot In Diamonds

  1. 1st Movement
  2. 2nd Movement
  3. 3rd Movement
Steve Cohn: Piano, Shakuhachi,
Hichiriki, Khaen, Shofar, perc.
 

Fred Hopkins: Bass*
Jason Hwang: Violin*
Tom Varner: French Horn*
Frank Lowe: Tenor Sax
Bob Stewart: Tuba
William Parker: Bass, Mussette
Karl Berger: Vibes
Zen Matsuura: Drums

Recorded at the Miller Theatre,
New York, NY on 10/14/93
by David Baker ("The Beggar")

and

at Zen's Studio, Brooklyn, NY on
1/30/86 by Kazunori Sugiyama
("The Robot In Diamonds")

Musical Conceptions by Steve Cohn
and pub. Hathor Music/BMI

 



Shapes Sounds Theories
CJR 1020, Released in 1984 on Cadence Jazz Records
LP Only (Still available by mail from White Cow Inc.)

Side 1
  1. The Devil
  2. The Gambler/Star
  3. The Moon

Side 2

  1. The Sun
  2. Judgement
  3. The Universe
  4. Flexibility
Steve Cohn: Piano, Shakuhachi
Hichiriki, Shofar, African Talking
Drum, Wuhan Chinese Gong,
Japanese Bowl, Fir Wood Blocks,
Indian Cow Bell - large/small

Reggie Workman: Bass, Bowed
Saw, African Harp, misc. perc.
Chuck Fertal: Drums, Wooden
Box Marimba, Kalimba, Vocals

Recorded at Bear Tracks Studio,
Suffern, NYon 3/3/84 by Tim
Geelan

Musical Conceptions by Steve Cohn
and pub. Hathor Music/BMI



Arts & Crafts
WCR 1202, Released in 1983 on White Cow
LP Only (Still available by mail from White Cow Inc.)

Side 1
  1. Take Two For Now

Side 2

  1. Bell & Wood
  2. Shakuhachi & Piano
  3. Exercise
Steve Cohn: Piano, Shakuhachi
Bell & Wood

Jay Elfenbein: Bass
Chuck Fertal: Drums

Recorded at CBS Studios, New York, NY
11/24/82 & 12/16/82 by Tim Geelan
and Stan Tonkel

Mastered by Vladimir Meller

Musical Conceptions by Steve Cohn
and pub. Hathor Music/BMI



"Sufi Dancers"
WCR 1201, Released in 1983 on White Cow
LP Only (Still available by mail from White Cow Inc.)

Side A
  1. Sufi Dancers
  2. Ema's Mood

Side B

  1. In-Step
  2. I'm Sorry*
Steve Cohn: Piano

Larry Hancock: Drums
Warren Gale: Trumpet
David Shrader: Tenor Sax
John Donnelly: Bass

Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA
2/4/82 by Danny Kopelson, (Side A, #1)

Recorded live at Keystone Korner, San Francisco, CA
1/25/82 by Bob Parlocha and Jerry Oh

Compositions by Steve Cohn (except *)
and pub. Hathor Music/BMI


 

Unreleased Recordings

1) Solo Piano -(Steve Cohn)
Ottawa Jazz Festival Canada 1988

2) Trio- (Steve Cohn, William Parker, Tom Tadesco)
Recorded by Dave Baker Studio Recording 1991

3) Trio- (Steve Cohn, Dennis Charles, William Parker)
Live Recording at Knitting Factory N.Y.C. December 30th 1997

4) Trio-(Steve Cohn, Bruce Ditmas, Jack DeSalvo)
Studio Recording January 18 1992

5)Trio-(Steve Cohn, Reggie Workman , Chuck Fertal)
Live Recoding Great Hall Cooper Union N.Y.C. March 15th 1985

6) Duet- (Steve Cohn, William Parker)
Live Recording Knitting Factory N.Y.C. February 7th 1988

7)Quintet- (Steve Cohn, Ellen Christie, Elizabeth Panzer, Diedre Murray, Rolf Sturm,)
Live Recording for The United Nations Summit [Forum 2000] Location- New York City Hilton September 8th 2000

8) Trio- (Steve Cohn, Fred Hopkins, William Parker)
Live Recording Knitting Factory N.Y.C. June 30th 1992

9) Quartet-(Steve Cohn, Kevin Norton, Tomas Ulrich, Masahiko Kono)
The Iro Iro Band Recorded live Knitting Factory N.Y.C. June 23 1998

10)Quartet-(Steve Cohn, Kevin Norton, Tomas Ulrich, Masahiko Kono)
The Iro Iro Band Recorded live Knitting Factory N.Y.C. January 31st 1999

11)Quartet- (Steve Cohn, Fred Hopkins, Tom Varner, Jason Hwang)
Live Recording IN House Concert Series February 25th 1995

12) Quartet- (Steve Cohn, Reggie Workman , Jason Hwang, Tom Varner )
Live Recording Renee Weiler Concert Series March 19th 1998

13) Duet-(Steve Cohn ,Karl Burger)
Ottawa Jazz Festival Canada June 1988 [Recorded By The B.B.C. Radio]

14) Duet-(Steve Cohn, David Shrader)
Fantasy Studios Berkeley California 1985

15) Quartet- (Steve Cohn , Reggie Workman, Tom Varner , Jason Hwang)
Live Recording at Roulette N.Y.C. April 16th 1998

16) Quartet-(Steve Cohn, Wilber Morris, Kevin Norton, Masahiko Kono)
Iro Iro Band Ottawa Jazz Festival Canada June 2000

17) Duet-(Steve Cohn, Jon DeRobertis)
Studio Recording May 30th 1999

18) Trio- (Steve Cohn, Jon DeRobertis, Machiko Ozawa )
The Three Ways Band Studio Recording at Blair Recording San Francisco California November 2002

19) Quintet;Quartet;Trio-(Steve Cohn, Steve Swell, Herb Robertson ,William Parker, Tom Tadesco)
Recorded at Tadesco Studio Paramus NJ 1992

20)Duet-(Steve Cohn, Rolf Sturm)
Studio Recording Ridgefield NJ June 19th 2002

21) Solo Shakuhachi-(Steve Cohn)
Tadesco Studio Paramus NJ May 1st and May 8th 2002

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