Recorded: Reeves Sound Studios, NYC, August 12, 1957.
Gerry Mulligan – Baritone Sax
Thelonious Monk – Piano
Wilbur Ware – Bass
Shadow Wilson – Drums
From the album Live at the Cooler. Recorded live at the Cooler, N.Y.C. on March 15, 1995.
Arthur Doyle‘s name appeared on a Sonic Youth song, “Kim Gordon and the Arthur Doyle Hand Cream” (originally titled “Mariah Carey and the Arthur Doyle Hand Cream”) from their album Sonic Nurse. According to Thurston Moore, the song: juxtaposes the two extremes of Sonic Youth’s eclectic mix of influences. “We could, on the one hand, be interested in a popular figure as ubiquitous as Mariah and on the other hand, we’re obviously interested in people [like free-jazz saxophonist Arthur Doyle] that are working on the fringes of the musical world. We operate much more on the fringes and with people from that world as our peers than we do in the world of the big-time music business. Our peers are mostly people from the underground.”
Arthur Doyle – tenor sax / Rudolph Grey – guitar / Wilber Morris – bass / Tom Surgal – drums
Although some of the smoky sax solos get a little uncomfortably close to 1970s fusion cliché, Gato Barbieri’s score to Bertolucci’s 1972 classic is an overall triumph. Suspenseful jazz, melancholy orchestration, and actual tangos fit the film’s air of erotic longing, melancholy despair, and doomed fate. [source]
Gato Barbieri – Saxophone / Wolmer Beltrani – Accordion / Franco D’Andrea – Piano / Franco Goldani – Accordion / Oliver Nelson – Conductor / John Bender – Liner Notes
From the album Groove Alla Turca, recorded in Istanbul, Turkey in 1998.
Salih Nazım Peker – Baglama [Saz] / Jamaaladeen Tacuma – Bass / Ferdi Nadaz – Clarinet / Daryl Burge -Drums [Trap Drums] / Ben Schachter – Flute, Saxophone [Alto & Tenor] / Ekrem Bağı – Goblet Drum [Darbuka] / Rick Iannacone – Guitar / Sahin Sert* Ney – Kanun / Arif Erdebil – Ney / Hüseyin Bitmez – Oud / Burhan Öçal – Percussion / Art Baron – Trombone / Jack Walrath – Trumpet / Fethi Tekyaygil – Violin