Steve Korn plays the drums in the truest sense of the word - complementing melodic structures,
performing with expressiveness, and wit.
The latest recording from Seattle drummer Steve Korn features the classic tenor/organ/guitar/drum grouping from early Blue Note albums, but in this instance, the group also includes tunes by Pat Metheny and originals with a more modern bent. For all fans of swinging, B-3 jazz recordings.
1. Dear Old Stockholm (Traditional) 6:48
2. Moving On (Steve Korn) 6:18
3. Birds of Springtimes Gone By (Joe Lovano) 8:07
4. Pride & Joy (Steve Korn) 4:41
5. Kathelin Gray (Ornette Coleman / Pat Metheny) 2:29
6. In Your Own Sweet Way (Dave Brubeck) 8:22
7. Change of Heart (Pat Metheny) 4:18
8. Fortune's Fool (Steve Korn) 3:57
Produced by Steve Korn
Engineered by Reed Ruddy
Second Engineer Donn DeVore
Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle, Washington June 1st, 2000
Mixed by Reed Ruddy at Ironwood Studios on June 20th, 2000
Mastered by Ross Nyberg at Studio X
Mastering on July 3rd, 2000
Layout & design by John Bishop/Originarts
Photos by Keola Ching
All About Jazz (Todd S. Jenkins)
Relaxing quintet jazz for a quiet night by the fireside. American cuisine is abundant with what are known as "comfort foods": pot roast, hamburgers, barbecued chicken, apple pie. Dishes that sit well and warm the heart without demanding too much in return from the consumer. Steve Korn's Seattle ensemble offers up a good-sized helping of what might ...
All Music Guide (Dave Nathan)
For his second outing for the Origin label, leader/percussionist Steve Korn has made some significant changes. First and foremost, he has added a Hammond B3 organ to the instrumental mix, eliminating the need for the bass. He has also added another sax, dropping the trumpet. All of this results in a richer, fuller sound than on his initial release. ...