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Steve Gorn

Steve Gorn
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Steve Gorn (born in New York City) is a master bamboo flautist and saxophone player. Gorn has performed Indian classical music, jazz and new American music on the bansuri bamboo flute and soprano saxophone in concerts and festivals throughout the world. He also has composed numerous works for theater, dance, and television and has recorded and performed with a wide range of artists including Paul Simon, Tony Levin, Jack DeJohnette, Glen Velez, Karl Berger, Alessandra Belloni, Layne Redmond, Simon Shaheen, and Mick Karn.
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Hu Vibrational — The Epic Botanical Beat Suite Hu Vibrational — The Epic Botanical Beat Suite
(M.O.D. Technologies META019, 2015, CD)
Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Dream Garden Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures — Dream Garden
(Justin Time JTR 8537-2, 2008, CD)
Steve Gorn / Tony Levin / Jerry Marotta — From the Caves of the Iron Mountain Steve Gorn / Tony Levin / Jerry Marotta — From the Caves of the Iron Mountain
(Papabear PBCD2, 1997, CD)
Jack DeJohnette — Dancing with Nature Spirits Jack DeJohnette — Dancing with Nature Spirits
(ECM 1558, 1996, CD)
Mick Karn — Bestial Cluster Mick Karn — Bestial Cluster
(CMP Records CD 1002, 1993, CD)

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