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Steve Hooks & John Paiva - Live In Furth (2015)

31-03-2015, 18:58
Music | Jazz | Easy Listening

Steve Hooks & John Paiva - Live In Furth (2015)

Artist: Steve Hooks & John Paiva
Title Of Album: Live In Furth
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz/Easy Listening
Label: Golden Grammophon
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 113:20
Total Size: 263 MB
Covers: Front

01. Call Me (7:48)
02. Georgia On My Mind (6:29)
03. Love Is Here To Stay (6:55)
04. Night And Day (7:29)
05. Take The 'A' Train (6:01)
06. Somewhere Over The Rainbow (7:36)
07. St. Thomas (4:30)
08. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (6:22)
09. Hold It (4:21)
10. Sonny Moon For Two (5:04)
11. Have You Met Miss Jones (6:47)
12. Meditation (6:27)
13. You Don't Know Me (7:46)
14. Back To The Chicken Shack (5:58)
15. Scrapple From The Apple (6:06)
16. Take Five (5:45)
17. Moondance (6:26)
18. Satisfaction (5:23)

Steve Hooks: Saxophones (Tenor, Alto, Soprano), Double Sax, Flute, Songwriter/Composer

Born: March 25, 1946 in Ottumwa, Iowa (USA)
Schooling: Music scholarship to Memphis State University
Began playing professionally in Memphis, Tennessee
Hung out with some of the Memphis Horns during the 60's Memphis "Scene"
Made first recording for HI Records, Memphis, Tennessee(Al Greene's label).
U.S. Army Band, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
1969 - 1974:
St. Louis, Dallas, Los Angeles, Nashville, etc. - playing soul, rock, country and jazz with various artists.
1975 - 1995:
Los Angeles, California - working as a sideman for many artists and band leader of a popular jazz band, "The Steve Hooks Band". Recorded for many TV and film projects and was a staff songwiter for Warner Brothers Music & Hitzgalore in the early 80's.
1995 - now:
Munich, Germany - working with many artists and studio work for records and film. Toured with the Weather Girls for over 3 years & Charly Antolini for 4 years... Released a maxi-single CD on Club U-Nite Records, formed a new jazz band "Too Cold", CD released on KDC Records in Munich. Currently touring throughout Europe with "Too Cold", Max Greger Jr., and many all-star bands while working on new CD to come out sometime in Spring of 2007. Released 3 CDs for download on many internet portals with Ability Records in 2007.

John Paiva, guitar; b. Bristol, Rhode Island, 25 January 1943. In 1946, his family moved to Glen Cove, Long Island. His father John Mederios (Jack) Paiva (b. Saint Michaels in the Azores, 1910, died in Bristol, RI, June 1968) played country mandolin in "The Harmony Rangers", featuring Nick Dileo. They played gigs and had a weekly Sunday performance on a local radio station. His mother was Roseann G. Paiva (born 1920 in Glen Cove Long Island, NY, died November 2000 in De Funiak Springs, Florida)

John started playing trombone at age 10 and switched to guitar at age 14. John learned while on the job. After leaving the Navy in 1964 he started gigging in the Boston area where he had the good fortune to work with many of the hit artists of the day. He also worked as guitarist with rock singers Jimmy Clanton, Bobby Rydel and Freddy Cannon. He also performed with Chuck Berry, The Drifters, The Four Tops, Bo Diddley, The Ronettes, and other blues and rock groups. He was bandleader for Herb Reed And The Original Platters. In 1970 he became guitarist/bandleader/singer with vocal group "The Happenings," where he enjoyed two #1 hits: "I Got Rhythm" and "Mame. In 1973 he became a member of "Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons." As a Season, he received two gold singles, one platinum and two gold albums. They toured Canada/ Europe/ Australia and New Zealand.

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