Album · 1981 · 8 Songs. Partners In Wonder (Dedicated to Ornette Coleman), Nymph of Darkness. Mel Ellison, Paul Motian, Saheb Sarbib & Mark Whitecage. 3. Nymph of Darkeness.
Saheb Sarbib Quartet – Seasons. Label: Soul Note – SN 1048. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Mel Ellison. Bass, Piano – Saheb Sarbib. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
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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.
SAHEB SARBIB is a hard bop avant-garde jazz music artist. Raised in Europe, bassist Saheb Sarbib came to New York around 1977-1978 and, although he has received little publicity since, he has recorded several notable records as a leader of both a big band and a quartet; Sarbib's albums have come out on the Cadence and Soul Note labels. Although a fine bassist, Sarbib has also been an avant-garde bandleader.
Billy Bang: Changing Seasons. Julius Hemphill: Flat-Out Jump Suite. Charles Noyes: Free Mammals. Paul Motian: Psalm (1981). Rova Saxophone Quartet: As Was (1981). Marilyn Crispell: Spirit Music (1981). Muhal Richard Abrams: Blues Forever (1981). Saheb Sarbib: Aisha (1981). Ronald Shannon Jackson: Street Priest (1981). Steve Douglas: Rainbow Suite (1981).
Saheb Sarbib Quartet. George Russell's New York Band. Saheb Sarbib Quintet. It Couldn't Happen Without You. SN 1099.
Saheb Sarbib (born 1944) is an American jazz double-bassist and bandleader. 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. 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.
|One For Mo||4:51|
|Partners In Wonder||5:07|
|Nymph Of Darkness||6:39|
|Living Right On Central Park||6:33|
|SN 1048||Saheb Sarbib Quartet||Seasons (LP, Album)||Soul Note||SN 1048||Italy||1982|
|SN 121 048-2||Saheb Sarbib Quartet||Seasons (CD, Album)||Soul Note||SN 121 048-2||Italy||Unknown|