|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.
- 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 appearances
- 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.
- 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