Steve Day is a writer, poet, musician, working within jazz/contemporary music and literature.


“There are gatherings, we know that.  Murmurings, we know that, it won’t be over until the dance is done.”  


 Murmuration, the title track from the new album by Blazing Flame to be release on Leo Records in the Summer of 2016
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Steve Day is a writer, poet and percussionist and among the very few independent British jazz writers to be quoted in the definitive ‘Penguin Guide to Jazz’ (Cook/Morton). “Writer Steve Day spins out a complicated conceit in his liner-notes, aligning this group (Anthony Braxton’s Ninetet) with the ‘Birth of the Cool’ band and Braxton’s new music with Miles Davis’s innovations of the 50’s. Temperamentally, it’s probably difficult to imagine two musicians further apart, but it’s clear that Miles has become an important resource and quiddity for Braxton in the later 90’s and Day’s analysis, lateral as it is, ends up absolutely on the money.”

He contributes monthly reviews and other material to the online What’s New magazine hosted by   Steve Day is also currently working on a book about the Russian musicians, the Ganelin Trio. As a member of the collaborative ensemble, Blazing Flame, he is responsible for all their songs which are performed within the context of improvisation.  Five films made in 2015 are now available of the band.  A new album for 2016 will be available later in the year. All your dreams may come true with greenplay. All the variety of modern gambling is waiting for you!



About Steve Day:  


Barry McRae (Jazz Journal):  He includes himself in the world around him. The important point is that Day is a real writer.”  


Francesca Odila Bellino (All That Jazz):  ‘…..simply amazing…. music to be enchanted by ….. this is beautiful as only stories told in poetry know how to be.’


Steve Day has recorded three CD’s for Leo Records under his own name; ‘Visitors‘ (LR 567), ‘Song of The Fly‘ (LR 600) and ‘Strewn With Pebbles‘ (LR 645) plus, ‘Blazing Flame Play High Mountain Top‘ (LR 687).  A recording of twelve of his songs featuring him in the centre of a nine piece band with among others, Keith and Julie Tippett.   


On Taran’s Free Jazz Hour pod-broadcast, click to listen to the programme featuring two tracks from the Blazing Flame CD.  The programme also features Taran Singh giving a superb reading of Langston Hughes’ ‘Six-Bits Blues’. 






 His books include:


Ornette Coleman: Music Always’ and ‘Two Full Ears: Listening to Improvised Music’, (Soundworld), now described as indie classics. He contributed the chapter ‘Free Jazz’ to Masters of Jazz Saxophone‘, edited by Dave Gelly, (Miller Freeman Books) and produces liner notes for labels such as Leo, FMP and Splasch.  Musicians include: Anthony Braxton (USA), Antonio Moncada (Sicily), Carlo Actis Dato (Italy), Paul Dunmall (UK), Frank Gratkowski (Poland) and Mark O’Leary (Ireland).