Herbie Steward

Herbie Steward

born on 7/5/1926 in Los Angeles, CA, United States

Herbie Steward

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Herbert Bickford "Herbie" Steward (May 7, 1926 Los Angeles – August 9, 2003 Clearlake, California) was an American jazz saxophonist. He was widely known for being one of the tenor saxophone players in Four Brothers, part of Woody Herman's Second Herd.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Selected discography

As leader

  • So Pretty, Äva Records AVA LP6
Recorded in Los Angeles, June 5, 1962
Re-released with all 9 of the 10 cuts on a compilation album: One Brother, Mobile Fidelity (19 March 1981) OCLC 38363192
Herbie Steward with big band and strings, Dick Hazard, conductor
  • The Three Horns of Herbie Steward, Famous Door HL-139 (1981) OCLC 16809746, 474255048
Recorded in San Francisco, March 19, 1981
Herbie Steward (alto sax, clarinet-1, soprano sax-2), Smith Dobson (né Smith Weed Dobson IV; 1947–2001) (piano), Tee Carson (né Tecumseh Donald Carson; 1930–2000) (piano-3), Eddie Duran (né Edward Lozano Duran; born 1925) (guitar), John Mosher (bass), Eddie Moore (drums)
  • Herbie's Here, with Gene DiNovi (né Eugene Salvatore Dinovi; born 1928), Marshmallow Exports MYCJ-30069 (Japan) (20 December 2000)
Recorded live at OZ, Yamagata, Japan, May 23, 1992
  • Magical L-I-V-E + Sir Charles Thompson, Marshmallow Exports MYCJ-30115 (8 October 2001)
Recorded live at Little John, Yokohama, May 21, 1992
Herbie Steward (tenor sax), Sir Charles Thompson (piano), David Young (bass), Yukio Kimura (drums)
  • One Morning In May + Gene DiNovi (né Eugene Salvatore Dinovi; born 1928), Marshmallow Exports MMEX-118 (Japan) (2008) OCLC 828200511
Recorded May 19, 1992, Kan Nai Hall, Yokohama
Herbie Steward (tenor saxophone & clarinet), (né Eugene Salvatore Dinovi; born 1928) (piano), Dave Young (bass), Yukio Kimura (drums)
  • Saijoh's Serenade, on 3 tracks with Kohnosuke Saijoh, Marshmallow Exports MYCJ-30083 (23 May 1992)
Recorded May 22, 1992
Kohnosuke Saijoh (tenor sax), Herbie Steward (tenor sax), (né Eugene Salvatore Dinovi; born 1928) (piano), David Young (bass), Yukio Kimura (drums)

With Serge Chaloff, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims

  • The Four Brothers... Together Again! (Vik, 1957)

with Stan Kenton

  • Popular Favorites by Stan Kenton (Capitol, 1953)


  1. ^ Wynn, Ron. "Herbie Steward: Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-09-23. 
  2. ^ The Complete Encyclopedia of Popular Music and Jazz, 1900–1950, four volumes, by Roger Davis Kinkle (1916–2000), New Rochelle: Arlington House Publishers, 1974 (Steward's bio is in Vol 3) OCLC 897890
  3. ^ The Encyclopedia of Popular Music; Third edition, eight volumes. Edited by Colin Larkin, London: Muze, 1998 Grove's Dictionaries, New York, 1998
  4. ^ The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz; First edition, two volumes, edited by Barry Dean Kernfeld & Stanley Sadie, London: Macmillan Press, 1988 OCLC 16804283
  5. ^ The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz, edited by Barry Kernfeld, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994 OCLC 30516743
  6. ^ The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz; Second edition, Three volumes, edited by Barry Kernfeld, London: Macmillan Publishers, 2002 OCLC 46956628

External links

Eastwind Import (discography details)

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