Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Sahib Shihab-Sentiments



Just trawling thru my records this weekend and realized, just how much stuff has been uploaded to the blogs already!!! so its difficult not to duplicate but i will try my best lol!!
Anyway i dont think this album has been posted in recent times, but it has a reissue which is a two album CD featuring both storyville recordings. The other being the Danish radio jazz group album which is available for purchase at all good record stores!!!! ;)
I think this may of had a japanese reissue on vinyl at some point, but my rip is the original....
Side a is the strongest IMO feat 'MA'NEE' And 'THE CALL' which are my choice cuts...also the title track 'sentiments' which is rare funky organ workout by sahib....

Ripped at 320....Njoy n leave a comment...............

23 comments:

AmBrOsE said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/140341469/Sahib_Shihab-Sentiments.rar

E-mile said...

ambrose thanks for this! one can never hear too much Sahib, I love that baritone-sound very much!!
looking forward to hear it...
keep this quality coming :-)
peace, E-mile

el goog said...

Hi ambrose

Wow this is the Original Gem! That is wonderful.
Thank you for this sharing.

Keep it up!
el goog

il angelo said...

Thanks Ambrose, Shahib is a winner

johnv said...

Much appreciated, Ambrose. This is one that I've never seen before but I know will be great.

yy said...

Shahib is such a great bartonist not enough known and certainly not well appreciated.

great share! thanks

g.raf said...

Thank you Ambrose.
I am always up for listening to anything by Shihab.

hideo said...

ain't seen this Shibab noplace ... thanks

Danny said...

Thanks! I know Sahib mainly from his great work with Thelonious Monk and other side appearances. Looking forward to hearing his own stuff.

Bless- D

Gianni said...

thank you

Greeny said...

Great stuff - thanks a lot!

Anonymous said...

Agree.
I had this record a few years ago, after Danish Jazz Group, with its 2005 single cd remastering. I am a fan of Sahib's work in the late '50 with Quincy Jones and Clarke-Boland group; what an underrated musician he was. Love his solos, his spare funky touch, his occasional singing performances

Arkiver said...

I have been wanting to hear more of his work so thank you for the post, something special I expect!

Andy said...

Yes,nice post indeed.Thanks a lot,merry xmas.

vruse said...

Nice!

j_laav said...

cheers bro!

KingCake said...

Somehow this is the first time I've happened on your place - I certainly like what I've seen - I'll be placing your link into my Hip Spaces on my blog - I already have these recordings but somehow I couldn't resist grabbing them from an original issue of the LP thanks

cvllos said...

Many thanks, Ambrose! A hard to find Shihab. And amazing scans you offer to us. It is indispensible for knowing the story of the recording and also beautiful photos os the performers. Congratulations for your excelent job!

boogieman said...

Sahib should be elevated into the Hall of Fame of the Most Underrated Jazzmen!
Is it because he lived in Europe for a long time?

swamielmo said...

thanks for this, by the way is was King Cake who showed me the way

Winneba said...

Thank you very much for sharing

SlimStew said...

thanks, and any addition to Jimmy "Espirit" Hopps' discog is a blessing.

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