Cadence Records CJR 1010.
Saheb Sarbib (born 1944) is an American jazz double-bassist and bandleader. Sarbib, born Jean Henri Sarbib, was raised in Europe.
SAHEB SARBIB - Aisha. Filed under Avant-Garde Jazz By SAHEB SARBIB. A1 East 11th Street 3:20 A2 One For Lacy 4:50 A3 New York Party 8:25 A4 Get In Line 5:35 B1 Aisha - Movements I, II, III, IV 17:10 B2 The Unknown Step Of Life 3:15.
Bass, Piano, Organ – Saheb Sarbib. Design – Susan Miller (6). Drums – Richard Baratta.
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Слушайте Saheb Sarbib и скачивайте бесплатно в формате mp3 прямо сейчас, без кодов, смс и регистрации. Get In Line - Saheb Sarbib. East 11th Street - Saheb Sarbib. New York Party - Saheb Sarbib. One For Lacy - Saheb Sarbib. Aisha - Movements I, II, III, IV - Saheb Sarbib. My Funny Child - Saheb Sarbib. Orient Occident Part. B. Fields - Saheb Sarbib. From 1973 to about 1977 Sarbib led his own ensembles in France; Daunik Lazro, François Jeanneau, Muhammad Ali, and.
Sarbib, born Jean Henri Sarbib, was raised in Europe. From 1973–1977 Sarbib led his own ensembles in France; Daunik Lazro, François Jeanneau, Muhammad Ali, and Mino Cinélu were among those who played with him as sidemen. In Europe he performed with Cecil Taylor and Archie Shepp. Saheb also played double bass for saxophonist Archie Shepp including his 1984 album Down Home New York alongside Charles McGhee on trumpet, Kenny Werner on piano, and Marvin "Smitty" Smith on drums.
It Couldn't Happen without You. Play album. 7 tracks · 30 December 1984. Live in Europe Vol 1. - A Blessing for Joseph Dejean.