Daniel Kane ‎– On The Street Where You Live (Soul Food On The Chapman Stick)

Special Musical Experience ‎– OTS 2103C, Special Musical Experience ‎– OTS 2103T
Cassette, Album


A1 Cruise Night 9:15
A2 Looking Glass 5:46
A3 The Weave 5:50
A4 Daddy Slow Down 5:38
B1 Remember When 3:02
B2 Gotta Be Away 6:20
B3 Lately 3:53
B4 A Kiss Goodnight 4:03
B5 After Hours 9:37

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Recorded at Paper Pigeon Studio, San Francisco, CA.
Engineered at Live Oak Productions, Pacifica, CA.
Mastered at Different Fur Studios, San Francisco, CA.

"OTS 2103C" appears on the spine; "OTS 2103T" appears on the tape.

All compositions copyright 1992 Paper Pigeon Publishing (ASCAP)
Sound recordings copyright 1992 Paper Pigeon Productions
Released by Special Musical Experience.

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  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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August 11, 2015
I met him at Pier 39 around 1990. He was selling his cassette "Baby Magic" . He pointed at my daughter in her stroller and told the crowd "See, this is why I wrote Baby Magic." He gave us a cassette and started to play. At the end of the tune everyone was buying a cassette.


March 30, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

I too met Daniel Kane on the streets of San Francisco more that 20 years ago. He played me a track from this album and I bought it on the spot and still own it today and this album ranks among my top 2 or 3 music treasures. I will never sell this album, in fact, on another trip to San Francisco a few years later I happened upon Daniel Kane again surrounded by a crowd of spell bound admires. He was there promoting his new album which I had not heard, but I told the crowd, I have not heard that album but this one here, is a classic, if anyone buys this album and does not like it I will give you my number and I will buy it from you. Almost everyone in that crowd bought this album. After the crowd dispersed Daniel Kane thanked me, we hugged, chatted awhile and he played me some toons from that new album. That is a moment I treasure til this day.


June 15, 2014

I met Daniel Kane on the streets of San Fransisco 20 years ago and bought this tape and I loved it. Unfortunatly I lost it. All I remember are the smooth bluesy grooves of his chapman stick.