Twenty-five years ago Steve released “Distant Faces” on a now defunct record label.  It’s been out of legitimate circulation for years.  That release contains what might be considered some of his “super classic” originals, like “Muley was a Railroad Man”, “She Always Smelled Like Lilacs”, “Sidney”, “A Walk in the Irish Rain”, and “A Farmer’s Son.”  We’ve recently been authorized to bring that iconic recording back to life.  In a few months it will become available for public consumption again as Blue Night Records’ next release (BNR-230).