|Born||September 23, 1942|
Manhattan, New York, U.S.
|Died||April 13, 2016 (aged 73)|
Steig was 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.
He lived in Japan with his wife Asako. He died in Yokohama from cancer on April 13, 2016. Four years after his death, Byroad Press published his memoir, Get Me Out of Here, fulfilling his final wish. The book is illustrated with Jeremy's ink drawings and, at his request, contains three final chapters and an epilogue by Asako.
- 1963: Flute Fever (Columbia) Quartet with Denny Zeitlin
- 1968: Jeremy & The Satyrs (Reprise)
- 1969: What’s New (Verve) with Bill Evans Trio
- 1969: This Is Jeremy Steig (Solid State)
- 1970: Legwork (Solid State)
- 1970: Wayfaring Stranger (Blue Note)
- 1970: Energy (Capitol)
- 1971: An Open Heart - Warriors Of The Rainbow (Akashic Records) with Fantazzi & Friends; a limited edition-private pressing release.
- 1974: Monium (Columbia) with Eddie Gómez
- 1975: Temple of Birth (Columbia) with Richard Beirach and Johnny Winter
- 1976: Leaving (Trio [Japan] Records; reissued on Storyville in 1988) with Richard Beirach
- 1976: Outlaws [live] (Enja) with Eddie Gómez
- 1977: Firefly (CTI)
- 1978: Lend Me Your Ears (Creative Music Productions/CMP) with Eddie Gómez and Joe Chambers
- 1979: Music for Flute & Double-Bass (CMP) with Eddie Gómez
- 1980: Rain Forest (CMP) with Eddie Gómez
- 1992: Jigsaw (Triloka)
- 2002: What's New at F (Tokuma [Japan] Records) with Eddie Gómez Quartet
- 2003: Jam (Steig-Gomez Records) with Eddie Gómez
- 2004: Improvised (Moonbeams Records)
- 2005: Flute On The Edge (Steig Music Company)
- 2007: Pterodactyl (Steig Music Company)
Compilations and other appearancesEdit
- 1969: Jazz Wave, Ltd. - On Tour [live] (Blue Note) 2LP set; various artists
- 1971: Portrait (United Artists) 2LP compilation of the albums: This Is Jeremy Steig, Legwork and Wayfaring Stranger.
- 1972: Fusion (Groove Merchant) 2LP set; reissue of Energy, with a second album (=7 tracks) of previously unreleased material.
- 1973: Mama Kuku [live] (MPS/BASF Records) with Association P.C.
- 1974: Flute Summit - Jamming At Donaueschingen Music Festival (Atlantic) with James Moody, Sahib Shihab, Chris Hinze
- 2008: Howlin' For Judy (Blue Note's "Rare Grooves" series) CD compilation of the albums: Legwork and Wayfaring Stranger.
With Walter Bishop, Jr. Trio
- Illumination (Denon [Japan] Records, 1977)
With Tommy Bolin
- From The Archives - Vol. 1 (Rhino Records, 1996) a collection of "grade-A" previously unreleased "rock-jazz-fusion" material.
- From The Archives - Volume 2 (Zebra Records, 1998) another collection of previously unreleased material; even better than the first volume.
With Hank Crawford
With Art Farmer
- Crawl Space (CTI, 1977)
With Urbie Green
- The Fox (CTI, 1976)
With Mike Mainieri
- Journey Thru an Electric Tube (Solid State, 1968)
With Idris Muhammad
- Turn This Mutha Out (Kudu/CTI, 1977)
- Boogie To The Top (Kudu/CTI, 1978)
With Lalo Schifrin
- Towering Toccata (CTI, 1976)
With Peter Walker
- Rainy Day Raga (Vanguard, 1966)
With Johnny Winter
- Still Alive and Well (Columbia, 1973)
- Saints & Sinners (Columbia, 1974) note: Jeremy plays on "Dirty", a previously unreleased instrumental track recorded for but left-off the original album release; it is included on the CD reissue.
With Paul Winter Sextet
- Jazz Meets The Folk Song (Columbia, 1964)
- A Summer's Night (Stormy Forest, 1970)
- Peter Keepnews, "Jeremy Steig, Flutist Who Bridged Jazz and Rock, Dies at 73", The New York Times, June 2, 2016. Retrieved 1 September 2016
- "Jeremy Steig - Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 12 November 2017.
- Wolff, Carlo (7 February 2014). "Jeremy Steig: Flute Fever (2013)". All About Jazz.
- Banner, Lois W. (2010). Intertwined Lives: Margaret Mead, Ruth Benedict, and Their Circle. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. ISBN 9780307773401.
- Brinthaupt, Thomas M.; Lipka, Richard P. (2002). Understanding Early Adolescent Self and Identity: Applications and Interventions. SUNY Press. ISBN 9780791453346.
- "Beastie Boys: Sure Shot (1994)". Discogs.com.
- EntertainmentHotline (16 May 2010). "Shrek Forever After Jeremy Steig - Pied Piper Flute Soloist". YouTube. Retrieved 12 November 2017.
- Keepnews, Peter (3 June 2016). "Jeremy Steig, Flutist Who Bridged Jazz and Rock, Dies at 73 (Published 2016)". The New York Times. Archived from the original on 26 July 2018.
- Byroad Press, Yokohama, April 1, 2020
- Tribute page to Jeremy Steig on his official web site
- Celeste Sutherland, "Jeremy Steig", All About Jazz, April 17, 2004
- Jeremy Steig on IMDb
- Discogs entry