Recorded: Live “Birdland”, New York CIty, NY, June 24, 1993
Seldon Powell – Tenor Sax
Clark Terry – Flugelhorn
Barry Harris – Piano
Bob Cranshaw – Bass
Mickey Roker – 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
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
George Gershwin’s “The Man I Love” rendered in unique fashion by pianist Ran Blake and soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy. The track is from 1991’s “That Certain Feeling”, an entire album of Gershwin tunes released on the Hat Hut label.
Aoyama Hall Tokyo Japan, 1992.
Ryo Kawasaki (25th of February 1947) is a pioneering jazz fusion guitarist from Tokyo. Here he plays Burt Bacharachs song on an acoustic guitar.
Ryo Kawasaki – Guitar
From the album Le Querrec: Carnet de Routes by the trio of Romano/Sclavis/Texier, recorded and mixed from 1994 to 1995 at Studio de la Maison de la Culture d’Amiens.
This recording from the West African tours of the Romano/Sclavis/Texier trio in the early ’90s is one in a series of three. That this band played in Africa and was documented by photographer Guy LeQuerrec was remarkable in and of itself. These cats are all composers who know the strengths of each their band members. When melody lines come off Sclavis’ horn and are tied in separate octaves to Texier’s bass playing, creating a new chromatic color to the proceedings, such as on “Bororo Dance” and “Flash Memoire,” listeners get to hear music in the process of being created from nothing but the abilities of its makers. [source]
Louis Sclavis – Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone / Henri Texier -Double Bass / Aldo Romano -Drums / Guy Le Querrec – Photography
watch photos by Guy Le Querrec in Africa here