A longtime mainstay from the LA music picture, saxophonist Steve Berlin enjoyed probably his ideal prominence as an associate of Los Lobos, although he was also a sought-after manufacturer and session participant. Born Sept 14, 1955 in Philadelphia, he initial surfaced using the Blasters, and officially became a member of Los Lobos in 1984 after co-producing their 1983 EP …And a period to Dance with T-Bone Burnett. Berlin also continuing playing on periods for a number of Southern California rings, including the Defeat Farmers, Translator, as well as the Flesh Eaters. In 1986, he made an appearance on Paul Simon’s landmark Graceland, along with a season afterwards, Los Lobos appreciated their commercial discovery using the soundtrack towards the film La Bamba. Concurrently, Berlin’s popularity as a manufacturer continued to develop, and he helmed periods for acts which range from Faith FORGET ABOUT to Dave Alvin towards the Tail Gators. Within the years to check out, he remained an alternative solution rock and roll fixture, forging forward with Los Lobos and functioning being a freelance with famous brands the Substitutes, John Lee Hooker, Leo Kottke, and Sheryl Crow.
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