|The picture below shows a larger view of this 1976 Jeremy Steig American Jazz Musician Black & White Professional Photograph Negative. This negative, along with many others, were acquired professional Photographer negatives from a Boston, Massachusetts agency. They were all taken in 1976. We do not know if these images have ever been published anywhere or not. The company envelope is marked as follows:|
NO. 76 - 4058 -
NAME H.T. PRODUCTIONS
ORDER JEREMY STEIG
The negative measures about 4-15/16'' x 4''. It appears to be in mint condition as pictured.
Below here, for reference, is some information about Jeremy Steig:
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Born: September 23, 1942 in Manhattan, New York, United States
Died: April 13, 2016 (aged 73) in Yokohama, Japan
Genres: Jazz, Jazz - Rock
Years active: 1963 - 2016
Jeremy Steig (September 23, 1942 - April 13, 2016) was an American jazz flutist, born in Manhattan, the son of New Yorker cartoonist William Steig and Elizabeth (Mead) Steig, head of the fine arts department at Lesley College. Steig was a maternal nephew of Margaret Mead and Leo Rosten, and was also the cousin of Mary Catherine Bateson. His song “Howlin’ For Judy”, from his 1970 album Legwork, was sampled in the Beastie Boys’ 1994 single “Sure Shot”, providing the main instrumental part of the song. Steig performed the role of “The Pied Piper”, exclusively on flute, in the film Shrek Forever After, based on the character created by his father. He lived in Japan with his wife Asako. He died in Yokohama from cancer on April 13, 2016.