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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BDS 5098 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn(LP) Buddah Records BDS 5098 US 1971 Sell This Version
BDS 5098 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn(LP) Buddah Records BDS 5098 US 1971 Sell This Version
BDS 5098 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn(LP, Promo) Buddah Records BDS 5098 US 1971 Sell This Version
YS-2762-CO Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn(LP) Cobblestone YS-2762-CO Japan 1972 Sell This Version
COCB-53597 Steve Kuhn The Early 70's(CD, Album, RE) Columbia Music Entertainment COCB-53597 Japan 2007 Sell This Version
MZCF-1276 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn(CD, Album, RE, Pap) Fab. MZCF-1276 Japan 2013 Sell This Version
BDS 5098, SS-001 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn(LP, RE) Buddah Records, Ascensionale BDS 5098, SS-001 Italy 2015 Sell This Version
BDS 5098 Steve Kuhn Steve Kuhn(LP) Buddah Records BDS 5098 Unknown Sell This Version

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jamesjazzy

jamesjazzy

October 31, 2018
referencing Steve Kuhn, CD, Album, RE, Pap, MZCF-1276

Crown Status Recording!!! Top 50 of over 15,000 CDs evaluated.
Eirikstim

Eirikstim

December 11, 2017
referencing Steve Kuhn, LP, BDS 5098
My copy sounds great. Heavy vinyl and lush, open sound.
disintegrati

disintegrati

June 8, 2017
referencing Steve Kuhn, LP, BDS 5098
Avoid this one. It's a fairly recent bootleg reissue and has been mastered from a pretty noisy original vinyl copy.
dnbodi

dnbodi

December 15, 2016
referencing Steve Kuhn, LP, RE, BDS 5098, SS-001
My version has the Buddha symbol on the lower right corner and stamped runout # 129409E1/A on both sides. No mention of the SS001/Ascensionale anywhere... Purple/brown spickled Buddha label and plain black innersleeve. Anyone else?
dica

dica

January 10, 2016
referencing Steve Kuhn, LP, RE, BDS 5098, SS-001
Appears to have the Steve Kuhn seal of approval, but still not 100% sure - http://ascensionale.tumblr.com/post/119926678351/steve-kuhn
snouz

snouz

August 12, 2015
referencing Steve Kuhn, LP, BDS 5098
Time To Go and The meaning of Love are two of my all time favorite songs. Beautiful, delicate and sad. The rest is a bit too experimental for me.
jamesjazzy

jamesjazzy

October 27, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Steve Kuhn, LP, BDS 5098

By far, far his best album. He is out of his mind (it was the early 70's). Nice spacy album. He actually sings and I even like it which is highly unusual (liking a male jazz singer). but his singing is so whacked out it's good. Steve Kuhn blows going into the 1980's. As soon as these performers come down off their high of the late 60's and 70's their music is less creative and very predictable.
jamesjazzy

jamesjazzy

September 22, 2012
edited about 1 year ago
referencing The Early 70's, CD, Album, RE, COCB-53597

Out of my 8,700 jazz units this recording ranks in the top 5 of all time! not your typical Steve Kuhn recording. It's the 70's baby! and it's "out their"!!!