Steve Kinzie

by Steve Kinzie

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    Extremely rare vinyl record, pressed by Pendragon Records, of Steve Kinzie's debut album from Seattle, WA

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This album was produced by dear friend, Carolyn “Puddy” Rogers, now sadly deceased. The songs were recorded in a variety of settings, some live (NW Folk Festival, HUB Ballroom at the University of Washington), some in studio with band mates from the Old River Band, others in living rooms. Special thanks to Jeff Powel for his beautiful guitar work during the HUB Ballroom concert. “Sometimes Your Love” was written by my brother Tom. “Chappy” was written in the late 70’s for a musician who lived next door in Seattle’s Central District. The album reflects songs written during a time when I moved back and forth between living in Seattle and Marysville west of the Cascades and in my home country in the Okanogan valley and highlands on the east side.

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released January 1, 1980

PRODUCED BY C.A. PUDDIE RODGERS AND STEVE KINZIE

Steve Kinzie - Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, 5-String Banjo
Jeff Powell - Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Lance Haslund - Acoustin Guitar, Vocals
Mark Runions - Piano, Vocals
Susan Gilbreath - Vibes
Front Cover Photography - Marsha Burns
Back Cover Photography - Nina Jensen

All compositions by Steve Kinzie, except "Sometimes Your Love" by Tom Kinzie. Pendragon Records, digitally converted from its original vinyl format.

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Steve Kinzie Tonasket, Washington

Steve Kinzie's poetic voice and gorgeous melodies on guitar and 5-string banjo evoke matters of justice, the eternal spirit, and peace. He lives in the Okanogan of Northern Washington.

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