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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Steps_AheadSteps Ahead - Wikipedia

    The first three albums were released under the name Steps, later changed to Steps Ahead, on Nippon Columbia in Japan, starting with the debut live album Smokin' in the Pit (1980), followed by Step By Step (1981) and Paradox (1982).

  2. 13 giu 2000 · A Collection: Step by Step/Paradox by Steps Ahead released in 2000. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

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  3. Steps Ahead is the second album by the American jazz group Steps Ahead, released on Elektra/Musician in 1983. [2] [3] The group had previously released three albums under the name Steps on Nippon Columbia ( Smokin' in the Pit (1981), Step by Step (1981) and Paradox (1982)), with Don Grolnick on piano and Steve Gadd on drums on ...

  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1988 CD release of "Paradox" on Discogs.

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  5. 17 mag 2024 · Steps Ahead is an American jazz fusion group. The group arose out of spontaneous sessions at Seventh Avenue South, a jazz club in New York City owned by saxophonist Michael Brecker and trumpeter brother Randy Brecker.

  6. 1 nov 2000 · Step By Step and Paradox feature the same lineup, except that Peter Erskine replaces Steve Gadd on the latter. No disrespect to Gadd intended, but Paradox is the superior album. Recorded live at the now-defunct Seventh Avenue South club in 1981, it finds the band stretching out and taking on more adventurous material.

  7. 1 set 2000 · The last Japanese album for Nippon Columbia from 1981, Paradox, finds Peter Erskine spelling Gadd at the drums. Recorded live at Seventh Avenue South, the group stretches out over seven lengthy cuts, including a much longer alternate take of “The Aleph.”