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Stephen Lockwood

I am a classically trained improviser. I demonstrated an interest and talent in classical piano literature at a young age. From 1967 to 1969, I studied with Dr. Edwin LaBounty and Dr. Herbert Herman at Memphis State Univ, and later, (1969-71) with Walter Cook. at the Univ. of Missouri at Kansas City. My first professional work was in Kansas City while I was still a student. My life in music changed when I met Saxophonist, Composer Gil Mélle. Gil had just completed his score to the Universal film, "The Andromeda Strain" when we played the Kansas City Jazz Festival and toured the Midwest in 1971


Label: Expansion Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1 Symmetry 7. Spanish Waltz 2 Face to Face 8 Epilogue 3 Latinesque 4 Desire 5 Fly on the Wall 6 Duke's Mood


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