Barney Wilen’s mom was France, his father an effective American dentist-turned-inventor. He was raised mostly in the French Riviera; the family members left during Globe Battle II but came back upon its bottom line. Based on Wilen himself, he was confident to become musician by his mother’s friend, the poet Blaise Cendrars. As an adolescent he began a youngsters jazz membership in Fine, where he performed often. He transferred to Paris within the middle-’50s and caused such American music artists as Bud Powell, Benny Golson, Mls Davis, and J.J. Johnson on the Membership St. Germain. His rising reputation received a lift in 1957 when he used Davis in the soundtrack towards the Louis Malle film Lift towards the Scaffold. 2 yrs afterwards, he performed with Artwork Blakey and Thelonious Monk in the soundtrack to Roger Vadim’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses (1960). Wilen started employed in a rock-influenced design through the ’60s, documenting an record entitled Dear Prof. Leary in 1968. In the first ’70s, Wilen led a failed expedition of filmmakers, music artists, and journalists to go to Africa to record pygmy music. Afterwards Wilen played within a punk rock-band known as Moko and founded a French Jazzmobile-type firm that had taken music to the people surviving in outlying areas. He also worked well in theater. From the middle-’90s, he was operating once again inside a bebop vein inside a band using the pianist Laurent de Wilde. A lot of Wilen’s later on work was recorded on japan Venus label.
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|Le coeur fantôme||1996||musician: saxophone|
|Les baisers de secours||1989||musician: saxophone|
|Seelische Grausamkeit||1963||musician: tenor and soprano sax|
|Les liaisons dangereuses||1959||musician|
|Un témoin dans la ville||1959||musician: saxophone / musician: tenor sax/soprano sax|
|Elevator to the Gallows||1958||musician: tenor sax|
|Le coeur fantôme||1996|
|Les baisers de secours||1989|
|Fun and Games for Everyone||1968|
|Si j'avais quatre dromadaires||1966||Documentary|
|À propos d'un meurtre||1963||Short|
|Un témoin dans la ville||1959|
|Vic + Flo ont vu un ours||2013||as B.Wilen, "Pretty Day"|
|Les liaisons dangereuses||1959||performer: "Prelude In Blue À L' Esquinade"|
|Un témoin dans la ville||1959||writer: "Témoin Dans La Ville", "La Pendaison", "Mélodie Pour Les Radio-Taxis", "Poursuite Et Métro", "Ambiance Pourpre", "Préméditation Dans L'Appartement", "La Vie N'est Qu'une Lutte", "Complainte Du Chauffeur", "Sur L'Antenne", "Blues De L'Attente", "S.O.S Radio-Taxis", "Final Au Jardin D'Acclimatation"|
|Elevator to the Gallows||1958||performer: "Ascenseur Pour L'Échafaud Générique", "L'Assassinat De Carala", "Sur L'Autoroute", "Julien Dans L'Ascenseur", "Florence Sur Les Champs-Élysées", "Dîner Au Motel", "Évasion De Julien", "Visite Du Vigile", "Au Bar Du Petit Bac", "Chez Le Photographe Du Motel"|
|47 rue Vieille-du-Temple||1960||Documentary short||Himself|
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