October 2

The Moors - Sahib Shihab - Jazz Sahib - Complete Sextets Sessions 1956 - 1957 (CD)

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Posted 05.09.2019 by Tojalmaran in category "Alternative


  1. By Zulkinris on
    Born Edmond Gregory, gifted multi-instrumentist Sahib Shihab began his career at 12 years old. He then entered history at the sides of Thelonious Monk and Art Blakey before the end of the 40's, and was one of the first black musicians to convert to Islam and change his name. To be preceeded by no one, he left to Europe early, where he stayed until the late 80's.
  2. By Gardalar on
    A very nice session by baritonist Sahib Shihab – and one of the most far-reaching works he cut in this country before disappearing to Europe for the better part of the 60s! The album's broken into two different groups – both have Sahib playing with Phil Woods on alto and Benny Golson on tenor, but one rhythm section is Hank Jones on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Art Taylor on.
  3. By Vojinn on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Jazz Sahib - Complete Sextets Sessions - on Discogs.4/5(1).
  4. By Doshakar on
    Shop Complete Sextets Sessions: Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  5. By Gardadal on
    Oct 12,  · Sahib Shihab Sextet - Blu-a-Round () Personnel: Phil Woods (alto sax), Benny Golson (tenor sax), Sahib Shihab (baritone sax), Bill Evans .
  6. By Nejin on
    The Herbert's sides were released as Night People and Jazz After Hours (the latter is a bit confusing since Shihab led on two of the cuts). DOWNLOAD Sahib Shihab - Complete Sextets Sessions .
  7. By Tojin on
    Sahib Shihab was an American jazz and hard bop saxophonist and flautist. He variously worked with Luther Henderson, Thelonious Monk, Fletcher Henderson, Tadd.
  8. By Kigazil on
    The entirety of CD 2 is the complete recordings of tracks for the JAZZ SAHIB LP. Only 6 made it to the LP the other 3 are also given here. PHIL WOODS alto sax, Benny Golson tenor sax, Sahib on baritone with either Hank Jones or Bill Evans leading the rhythm section/5(2).

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