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Saheb Sarbib Discography of CDs


It Couldn't Happen without You It Couldn't Happen without You CD (1985)
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Saheb Sarbib CD discography All songs written by Saheb Sarbib, except "You Don't Know What Love Is" (Don Raye) and "Crescent" (John Coltrane). Recorded at Vanguard Studios, New York, January 12-13, 1984. Includes liner notes by Lee Jeske. Personnel: Joe Ford (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Pete Chavez, Joe Lovano (tenor saxophone); Kirk Lightsey (piano); Rashied Ali (drums). Liner Note Author: Lee Jeske. Recording information: Vanguard Studios, New York, NY (01/12/1984-01/13/1984). Photographer: Saheb Sarbib. Personnel: Saheb Sarbib (acoustic bass), Joe Ford (alto & soprano saxophones), Joe Lovano, Pete Chavez (tenor saxophone), Kirk Lightsey (piano), Rashied Ali (drums).
Seasons Seasons CD (1981)
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Saheb Sarbib albums Although Saheb Sarbib switches between bass and piano and contributed all but one of the eight selections heard on this disc (every piece but Ornette Coleman's "Round Trip"), this live set is most notable for the saxophone solos of Mel Ellison (on alto, soprano and tenor) and altoist Mark Whitecage. With the support of drummer Paul Motian, Sarbib lays down a solid foundation for the adventurous horns. The music is quite coherent but often free, making for a stimulating listen. ~ Scott Yanow Saheb Sarbib Quartet: Saheb Sarbib (bass, piano), Mel Ellison (soprano, alto & tenor saxophones), Mark Whitecage (alto saxophone), Paul Motian (drums). Personnel: Saheb Sarbib (piano); Mel Ellison (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Mark Whitecage (alto saxophone); Paul Motian (drums). Audio Remixer: Richard Brownstein. Liner Note Author: Michael Shore. Recording information: New York University Auditorium, NY (11/05/1981). Photographer: Spencer Richards.
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Down Home New York Down Home New York CD (1984)
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Archie Shepp was the picture of rebellion and anger in the 1960s, but he became the voice of swing, blues and classicism in the 1980s. Shepp displayed his penchant for honking R&B and soulful blues on this 1984 date. The title piece was a jaunty stroll, as was the celebratory "Straight Street." Shepp turned to impressionistic fare with his version of Thelonious Monk's "Round Midnight." The group included a great drummer in Marvin Smith and also other competent players, although Saheb Sarbib sometimes did not offer as full and aggressive a backbeat as needed. But Shepp's swaggering, confident tone and style maintained the pace. ~ Ron Wynn Liner Note Author: Nat Hentoff. Recording information: Classic Sound Productions Studio, New York, NY (02/05/1984-02/08/1984). Photographer: Carol Friedman. Personnel includes: Archie Shepp (tenor & soprano saxophones). Personnel: Archie Shepp (vocals, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Charles McGhee (vocals, trumpet); Kenny Werner (vocals, piano); Saheb Sarbib (vocals, electric bass, bass guitar); Marvin Smith (vocals, drums); Bazzi Bartholomew Gray (vocals).
Power Samba Band Power Samba Band CD (1998)
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Audio Mixer: Glen Kolotkin. Audio Remasterer: Gene Paul. Recording information: Hillside Sound Studio (1989); Living Music Studio (1989); Martin Bisi Studio (1989); Sound Ideas Studio (1989). Arrangers: Marcio Sapel; Guilherme Franco; Alberto Beserra; Saheb Sarbib. Personnel includes: Joe Ford (alto saxophone); Clifton Anderson (trombone); Jorge Dalto, Dave Kikoski (piano); Guilherme Franco (drums, percussion); Saheb Sarbib, Jorge Silva, Booker T. Personnel: Guilherme Franco (vocals, percussion); Jorge Silva, Gabriela Anders, Michelle Zangara, Rick Williams (vocals); Claudio Celso, Kenny Mazur (guitar); Lenny King (flute, percussion); Joe Ford (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); David Pate, Booker T (tenor saxophone); Clifton Anderson (trombone); Dave Kikoski (piano, synthesizer); Saheb Sarbib, Jorge Dalto (piano); Duduka Da Fonseca, Marcio Sapel, Paula Potocki, Steve Thornton, Steve Kroon, Cyro Baptista, Ricardo Torres (percussion).

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Saheb Sarbib Songs

Popular or famous Saheb Sarbib music songs: Aries' Dance Dedicated to Cecil Taylor, Round Trip, It Couldn't Happen Without You, Watchmacallit. More music songs East 11th Street, Seasons, Crescent, Conjunctions, Nymph of Darkness Dedicated to J. Lima Barreto. More music songs You Don't Know What Love Is, Partners in Wonder Dedicated to Ornette Coleman, Sasa's Groove. More music songs Living Right on Central Park Dedicated to Paul Motian, One for Mo Dedicated to Muhamad Ali, Jumpin' Jack. See All Songs

Key Personnel

Member NameWorked With
Saheb SarbibArchie Shepp, Pe De Boi
Paul MotianBill Evans, Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans (Trio), Gary Peacock, Charlie Haden, Lee Konitz, Keith Jarrett Trio, Masabumi Kikuchi, Enrico Pieranunzi
Mel Ellison
Mark WhitecageFonda-Stevens Group, Dom Minasi, Jacques Coursil, Jeanne Lee, Nu Band, Michael Jefry Stevens, Joe Fonda, Marshall Allen

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Archie Shepp, Pe De Boi

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