The music from the world converged through the productions and remixes of Algeria-born, San Francisco-based DJ Cheb i Sabbah. The manufacturer/promoter of a global music series, 1002 Evenings, Sabbah provided a different cast of music artists, which range from Pakistani qawwali vocalist Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan to London-based bhangra designer Bally Sagoo. From 1988, Sabbah offered an identical series, Africa/India/Arabia, every week at Nickie’s, a favorite SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA nightclub. Sabbah started his professional profession in the middle-’60s, when he DJ’ed at a Parisian golf club where he performed American soul information. In the past due ’60s, he became associated with an experimental overall performance group, the Living Theatre. After shifting to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1986, he became a member of an identical group, the Tribal Caution Theater, creating a solid status for his artistically spliced soundtracks for the group’s displays. Sabbah’s debut recording, The Majoon Tourist, released in 1994, mixed cut-up remixes of items by Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman, and Angus Maclise using the poetry of Ira Cohen. He obtained popularity in the 2000s because of some recordings on Six Levels, you start with 1999’s Shri Durga. Identified as having stomach malignancy in 2011, he fought it bravely for just two years before succumbing in November of 2013.