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Harveys Tune - Sahib Shihab - Sentiments (CD)

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  1. Performed by Sahib Shihab. Description: 1 online resource (65 min.) Contents: Track titles: Ma'nee --The Call --Rue De La Harpe --Sentiments --From Me To You --Extase --Companionship --Di-Da --Not Yet --Tenth Lament --Harvey's Tune --No Time For Cries --The .
  2. The music here has never been released before on CD: “Sahib Shihab & the Danish Radio Jazz Group” (recorded in ) and “Sentiments” (recorded in ).
  3. Sahib Shihab () played alongside such greats as Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Tadd Dameron, and Art Blakey in the s and 50s. But in order to escape the racial problems in the United States and take advantage of the increased appreciation and opportunities for jazz abroad, he left for Europe and settled in Copenhagen in
  4. Nov 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Harvey's Tune - Sahib Shihab And The Danish Radio Jazz Group YouTube Sahib Shihab - Sahib Shihab and the Danish Radio Jazz Group [Full Album] - Duration: planet of.
  5. Sahib Shihab's saxophone career started in the late 's where he would play for the likes of Luther Henderson and Roy Eldridge while studying at the Boston Conservatory. During the 's Shihab played with many of the greats from this period, including .
  6. Tracks feature Shihab(conductor, baritone sax, flute & cowbells) with the piece Danish Radio Jazz group recorded on August 18 & 21, The thirteen varied tracks are all Shihab originals except Kenny Drew's ballad 'Extase' with wonderful baritone playing from the leader/5(8).
  7. Like many Americans who opt to live and work in Europe, the recorded legacy of multi-reed player Sahib Shihab tends to be overlooked by fans in his native land. Sentiments pairs recordings he made for two separate albums between and On the session, he's accompanied by fellow expatriate Kenny Drew, bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, and drummer Jimmy Hopps.
  8. Never before released, this CD merges two rare recordings by saxophonist Sahib Shihab, supported by some of the best musicians from the late s Danish Jazz scene. The thirteen tracks are some of the most stylish modern jazz, often with blended with Eastern, North African or American Indian influences, to create a dynamic contemporary sound.

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