Steve Marcus

Steve Marcus (September 18, 1939 in New York's Bronx September 25, 2005 in New Hope, Pennsylvania) was an American jazz saxophonist.

His first album as a leader included an arrangement of the Beatles' song "Tomorrow Never Knows". He worked with jazz drummer Buddy Rich for the last twelve years of Rich's life. After Rich died, Marcus led the band and renamed it Buddy's Buddies.[1]


As leader

  • 1968: Tomorrow Never Knows (Vortex)
  • 1968: Count's Rock Band (Vortex)
  • 1969: The Lord's Prayer (Vortex)
  • 1970: Green Line (Nivico)
  • 1971: Something (Nippon Columbia)
  • 1976: Sometime Other Than Now (Flying Dutchman)
  • 1992: Steve Marcus & 2o1 (Red Baron)
  • 1993: Smile (Red Baron)
  • 2001: Count's Jam Band Reunion (Tone Center)

As sideman

With Gary Burton

With Larry Coryell

With Jazz Composer's Orchestra

With Stan Kenton

With Herbie Mann

With Bob Thiele Collective

  • Lion Hearted (1993)

With Young Rascals


  1. Fordham, John (23 October 2005). "Obituary: Steve Marcus". The Guardian. Retrieved 16 January 2019.
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