DISCOGRAPHY OF ANTHONY COLEMAN

This is the eighth version of the discography of Anthony Coleman. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

Again, I would really appreciate any comments, corrections and extra information which could improve the quality of this discography. Specifically, if people could send me information and/or corrections on:

for example, I am still looking for information on the following records:

Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com)
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		       | DISCOGRAPHY OF ANTHONY COLEMAN |
                       |            June 2013           |
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		       | by Patrice Roussel             |
		       | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)       |
		       | 2034 NE 37th Ave.              |
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With special thanks to:

Douglas D. Wolk 
Ed Price       
Howard Yang   
Stéphane Vuilleumier  
Josh Ronsen          
Geoff Gray          
Fred Lonberg-Holm
R. Lynn Rardin     
Sean Terwilliger  
Markus De Shon	
David Newgarden
Anthony Coleman
Egg 1000       
Paul Wesley
James Douglas Knox
Phil Broph
Suzuki Naoko     
Eckhart Derschmidt  
Charles B Gillett  
Tom Benton	
Jonathan Abbey 
Corey Marc Fogel
Yves Dewulf
Brad Beaudet  
Maarten Hepp 
Alban Jacques  
Roberto Cau    
Pavel Borodin
Michel Ramond
for sending me extra material and giving prompt answers to my questions.
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Records and tapes have been listed by chronological order for edition (and not recording). The following records and tapes are listed:

the following ones are not listed (I think this deserves a special section):

you won't find anything on extra material like (maybe in the near future ?):

Some abbreviations:

Album           Full album release, in one or more of the formats below:
  LP            12" vinyl long-player (33 1/3 RPM)
  CD            Compact (digital) disc
  SACD          Super-Audio CD
  CT            Cassette tape
  DAT           DAT, digital audio tape
  DCC           Digital compact cassette tape
  MD            MiniDisc, CD-like optical disc

Single          Single release, usually from an album, in one or more of
		the formats below:
  7"            7" 45 RPM vinyl
  10"           10" 45 RPM vinyl
  12"           12" 45 RPM vinyl
  EP            Extended play single or mini-album, usually 33 1/3 RPM
  CD-3          CD-3, 3" (7 cm) CD single
  CD-5          5" (12 cm) CD single
  CS            Cassette single
  Flexi         Flexi-disc, usually included with a magazine

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001 - LESSON NO. 1: Glenn Branca

    1/ Lesson No. 1 For Electric Guitar         (Branca)                 8:12
    2/ Dissonance                               (Branca)                11:40
 
    Produced by Mark Bingham

  Glenn Branca: guitar; Anthony Coleman: organ, keyboards; Michael Gross (1):
  guitar; F.L. Schroder: bass; Stephen Wischerth: drums; Harry Spitz (2):
  sledgehammer.

    1980 - 99 Records (USA), 99-01 EP (45RPM 12")
    1996 - New Tone (Italy), rdc 5032 2 (CD)
    2004 - Acute Records (USA), ACT005 (CD)

  Note: the 2004 CD reissue has one extra track ("Bad Smells").

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002 - ARCHERY: John Zorn

    1/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  20:48
    2/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  20:21
    3/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  24:00
    4/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  23:42

    Recorded at the OAO Studio in Brooklyn, New York on September 12 and 13, 
    1981
    
  Robert Dick: flutes, game calls; George Lewis: trombone; John Zorn: alto, 
  soprano, clarinets, game calls; Anthony G. Coleman: organ, electric piano; 
  Wayne B. Horvitz: Farfisa organ, harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: 
  cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars; Bill Horvitz: 
  guitar; Bill Laswell: bass; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David 
  Moss: drums, voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    1982 - Parachute Records, P017/18 (2xLP)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)
    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-4 (3xCD)

  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) or ARCHERY (2001) for unreleased
  takes from the Archery session.

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003 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: various artists

  This magazine/tape features John Zorn "Cobra" (1), John Zorn/Tenko (2), 
  David Moss Dense Band (3,4), Lindsay Cooper (5), Dr. Nerve (6,7), Half 
  Japanese (8), The Lo Yo Yo (9,10), Christian Marclay "Tower Of Babel" (11),
  Lurex 4/Elliott Sharp (12).

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with John Zorn "Cobra":

    1/ Exercise Nr. 1                           (Zorn)                   5:50

    Recorded live at Moers Festival, Germany on May 24, 1985

  John Zorn: reeds; Carol Emanuel: harp; Zeena Parkins: harp; Arto Lindsay: 
  guitar; Elliott Sharp: guitar; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: key-
  boards; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Christian Marclay: turntables; Bob 
  James: tapes; Jim Staley: trombone, French horn; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; 
  Bobby Previte: conductor.

    1985 - Bad Alchemy (Germany), No. 3 (magazine+CT)

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004 - GODARD CA VOUS CHANTE ? various artists

  This tribute to Jean-Luc Godard features The Amati Ensemble (1), John Zorn
  (2), Arto Lindsay (3,4), Daniel Deshays (5), Caroline Gautier and Olivier
  Foy (6).

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with John Zorn:

    2/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:42

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in August and September 1985

  John Zorn: alto, clarinet, narration; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, harpsi-
  chord, celeste; Carol Emanuel: harp; Bill Frisell: guitars, banjo; Christian 
  Marclay: turntables; Bobby Previte: drums, percussions; David Weinstein: 
  keyboards, computer; Luli Shioi: vocal; Wu Shao-Ying: narration; Richard 
  Foreman: narration.

    1986 - Nato (France), Nato 634 (LP)
    1992 - Nato (France), 53004.2 (CD)
    1992 (?) - Nato (France), 112127 (CD)
    199? - Nato (France), 777 713 (CD)
    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7324 (CD)

  Note: The Tzadik reissue contains a version of "Godard" slightly different.

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005 - THE BIG GUNDOWN: John Zorn plays the music of Ennio Morricone

    1/ The Big Gundown                          (Ennio Morricone)        7:17
    2/ Peur Sur La Ville                        (Ennio Morricone)        4:08
    3/ Poverty (Once Upon A Time In America     (Ennio Morricone)        3:42
    4/ Milano Odea                              (Ennio Morricone)        2:57
    5/ Erotico (The Burglars)                   (Ennio Morricone)        4:17
    6/ Battle of Algiers                        (Ennio Morricone)        3:43
    7/ Giu La Testa (Duck, You Sucker!)         (Ennio Morricone)        5:59
    8/ Metamorfosi (La Classe Operaia Va In Paradiso)
						(Ennio Morricone)        4:25
    9/ Tre Nel 5000                             (John Zorn)              4:32
    10/ Once Upon A Time In The West            (Ennio Morricone)        8:27

    Recorded at Radio City Music Hall Studio, September 1984-September 1985
    Additional recording at BC Studios and at Evergreen Studios
    Produced by Yale Evelev

  Luli Shioi (1): vocals; Jim Staley (1,9): trombone, bass trombone; Bill
  Frisell (1,5): guitar; Anthony Coleman (1): piano, harpsichord, organ, vo-
  cals; David Weinstein (1,9): Mirage, microcomputer; Bobby Previte (1,2,5,9):
  percussion, tympani, vocals, drums; Jorge Silva (1): surdo; Claudio Silva
  (1): pandeiro; Cyro Baptista (1): cuica; Duduca Fonseca (1): caixa; Reinaldo
  Fernades (1): repique; Arto Lindsay (1,2,4,7): batucada contractor, guitar,
  vocals; John Zorn (1,2,4,7-9): alto, saw, vocals, harpsichord, game calls,
  piano; Orvin Aquart (2,10): harmonicas; Tim Berne (2): alto; Wayne Horvitz
  (2,6-9): piano, organ, celeste, electronic keyboards; Bob James (2,7-9): 
  tapes; Anton Fier (2,4,6): drums; Toots Thielmans (3): whistling, harmonica;
  Guy Klucevsek (3): accordion; Carol Emanuel (3): harp; Fred Frith (4,7,9):
  guitar, acoustic guitar; Jody Harris (4,10): guitar; Melvin Gibbs (4,10): 
  bass; Big John Patton (5): organ; Shelley Hirsch (5): vocals; Laura Biscotto
  (5): sexy Italian vocals; Vicki Bodner (6,7): oboe, English horn; Christian
  Marclay (6,9): turntables; Ned Rothenberg (7): shakuhachi, ocarina, Jew's 
  harp; Michihiro Sato (7): Tsugaru shamisen; Diamanda Galas (8): vocals; 
  Vernon Reid (8): guitar; Polly Bradfield (8): violin; Mark Miller (8): 
  drums, tympani; Robert Quine (10): guitar.

    1986 - Icon (USA), 5504 (LP)
    1986 - Icon (USA), 5504CD (CD)
    1986 - Icon (USA), 5504C (CT)
    1986 - Nonesuch/Icon (USA), 9 79139-1 F (LP)
    1986 - Nonesuch/Icon (USA), 9 79139-2 (CD)
    1986 - Nonesuch/Icon (USA), 9 79139-4 (CT)
    1986 - Nonesuch Digital (Germany), 9 79139-1 (LP)
    1986 - Nonesuch Digital (Germany), 9 79139-2 (CD)
    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7328 (CD)

  Note: this record was supposed to be called A FIST FULL OF JOHN ZORN.
  Note: the Tzadik reissue has six extra tracks:

    11/ The Sicilian Clan                       (Ennio Morricone)        3:20
    12/ Macchie Solari                          (Ennio Morricone)        3:29
    13/ The Ballad of Hank McGain               (Ennio Morricone)        5:27
    14/ Svegliatti & Uccidi                     (Ennio Morricone)        3:03
    15/ Chi Mai                                 (Ennio Morricone)        3:06
    16/ The Ballad of Hank McGain               (Ennio Morricone)        5:25

  Mark Feldman (11,15): violin; Eric Friedlander (11,15): cello; Marc Ribot
  (11,14,15): guitar; Greg Cohen (11,15): bass; Joey Baron (11,14,15): drums;
  Cyro Baptista (11,13,15,16): percussion; Miho Hatori (12): vocals; Jamie
  Saft (12,13,16): keyboards; Mike Patton (13): vocals; Derek Bailey (14):
  guitar; Trevor Dunn (14): bass;

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006 - THE IMPROVISORS: various artists

  This tape from Tellus (The Audio Cassette Magazine) contains improvisions
  featuring Chris Cochrane, Anthony Coleman, Carol Emanuel, Tom Cora, Bill
  Frisell, Bobby Previte, Lindsay Cooper, Fred Frith, Irène Schweizer,
  Christian Marclay, Bill Horvitz, David Weinstein, Denman Maroney, Samm
  Bennett, Jim Staley, Ikue Mori, John Zorn.

    1/ no title                                 (CC, AC)                 8:40
    2/ no title                                 (CE, TC, BF, BP)         5:45
    3/ no title                                 (LC, FF, IS)             8:15
    4/ no title                                 (CM, BH, DW, DM)         7:00
    5/ no title                                 (LC, FF, CM, SB)         8:40
    6/ no title                                 (BF, JS)                 3:00
    7/ no title                                 (DW, FF)                 7:56
    8/ no title                                 (IM, JZ, LC, FF)         7:42

    Recorded during the Stephanie and Irving Stone Festival of Improvisors at
    the Roulette, New York City on November 8-10, 1985

  Chris Cochrane (1): electric guitar; Anthony Coleman (1): electric organ;
  Carol Emanuel (2): harp; Tom Cora (2): electric cello; Bill Frisell (2,6):
  electric guitar; Bobby Previte (2): drums; Lindsay Cooper (3,5,8): electric
  bassoon, saxophone, reeds; Fred Frith (3,5,7,8): electric guitar, home-made
  electric string instruments; Irène Schweizer (3): piano; Christian Marclay
  (4,5): turntables; Bill Horvitz (4): guitar, electronics; David Weinstein
  (4,7): Mirage, electronics; Denman Maroney (4): keyboards; Samm Bennett (5):
  drums; Jim Staley (6): trombone; Ikue Mori (8): drums; John Zorn (8): reeds,
  game calls.

    1986 - Tellus (USA), Tellus #15 (CT)

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007 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 7: various artists

  This magazine/tape features music by Jon Rose, Anliker/Muller, Nachtluft,
  Merzbow, Des Traces, Sharp/Noyes, Guy Klucevsek, Jung Analysts, Loch Ness 
  Monster, Hnas.

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with Guy Klucevsek:

    7/ Urban Rite                               (Klucevsek)              2:40

    Recorded on November 16, 1986

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Bill Frisell: guitars; Bobby Previte: drums;
  Anthony Coleman: electric organ.

    1987 - Bad Alchemy (Germany), No. 7 (magazine+CT)

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008 - COBRA: John Zorn

  This record contains two versions of Cobra, a studio one and a live one.

     Cobra: Studio Version
      1/ Opening                                                         0:59
      2/ Allegro                                                         4:40
      3/ Largo                                                           6:15
      4/ Moderato                                                        7:50
      5/ Fantasia                                                        3:45
      6/ Presto                                                          1:40
      7/ Adagio Maestoso                                                 2:45
      8/ Violento                                                        4:20
      9/ Allegro Scorrevole                                              2:35
      10/ Capriccio Con Gusto                                            4:45
      11/ False Start/Giocoso                                            0:52
      12/ Scherzo                                                        5:55
      13/ Maestoso Meccanico                                             1:22
      14/ Variations/Furioso                                             8:40
      15/ Epilogue                                                       3:45
 
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City on May 9, 1986
 
  Jim Staley: trombone; Carol Emanuel: harp; Zeena Parkins: harp; Bill 
  Frisell: guitar; Elliott Sharp: doubleneck guitar/bass, soprano, voice; Arto 
  Lindsay: guitar, voice; Anthony Coleman: piano, harpsichord, celeste, Yamaha 
  organ; Wayne Horvitz: piano, Hammond organ, celeste, DX7; David Weinstein: 
  Mirage sampling keyboards, celeste; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Bob James: 
  tapes; Christian Marclay: turntables; Bobby Previte: percussion; John Zorn: 
  prompter.
  
    Cobra: Live Version
      16/ Prologue/Maestoso                                              6:05
      17/ Capriccio                                                     13:15
      18/ Prestissimo                                                   14:04
      19/ Lento/Mysterioso                                               9:35
      20/ Allegro                                                       10:25

    Recorded live at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on October 21, 1985

  J.A. Deane: trombone synthesizer, electronics; Bill Frisell: guitar; Elliott 
  Sharp: doubleneck guitar/bass, voice; Anthony Coleman: piano, pipe organ, 
  Yamaha organ; Wayne Horvitz: piano, DX7; David Weinstein: Mirage sampling 
  keyboards; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Bob James: tapes; Christian Marclay: 
  turntables; Bobby Previte: drum machine; John Zorn: prompter.
  
    1987 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2034 (2xLP)
    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 60401 & CD 60402 (2xCD)
    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 2-6040 (2xCD)
    2002 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 2-580 (2xCD)

  Note: (1,9,11,13,14,18) are extra tracks not available on the LP pressing.
  Note: the 2002 reissue has been remixed and has a different booklet.

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009 - SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Spillane                                 (Zorn, Lindsay)         25:12
    
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June/August 1986

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste; Carol Emanuel: harp; Bill Frisell: 
  guitar; David Hofstra: bass, tuba; Bob James: tapes, compact discs; Bobby 
  Previte: drums, percussion; Jim Staley: trombone; David Weinstein: sampling 
  keyboards, celeste; John Zorn: alto, clarinet; John Lurie: voice; Robert 
  Quine: voice. 
    
    2/ Two-Lane Highway                         (Zorn)                  18:16
  
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June 1987

  Albert Collins: guitar, voice; Robert Quine: guitar; Big John Patton: organ; 
  Wayne Horvitz: piano, keyboards; Melvin Gibbs: bass; Ronald Shannon Jackson: 
  drums; Bobby Previte: drums, percussion.

    3/ Forbidden Fruit                          (Zorn)                  10:20

    Recorded at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco and at Metal Box Studio,
    Tokyo in September 1987

  The Kronos Quartet: David Harrington (violin), John Sherba (violin), Hank
  Dutt (viola), Joan Jeanrenaud (cello); Christian Marclay: turntables; Ohta 
  Hiromi: voice.

    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 979 172-1 (LP)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 79172-2 (CD)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 79172-4 (CT)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79172-1 (LP)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79172-2 (CD)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79172-4 (CT)

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010 - LATE IN THE 20TH CENTURY: An Elektra/Nonesuch New Music Sampler

  This record features music by Kevin Volans, John Adams, John Zorn, Hamiet
  Bluiett, Wayne Horvitz, Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes, Scott
  Johnson, Philip Glass, Edgar Varèse, Idjah Hadidjah, Steve Reich.

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with John Zorn: 
  
    4/ Spillane (excerpt)                       (Zorn)                   7:59
    
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch, 9 79171-2 (CD)

  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references.

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011 - JOYEUX NOËL - MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!: various artists

  This record features songs by Laura Davis & Tony Hymas (1), Kiki & Nini (2),
  Ray Warleigh (3), Mike Cooper & Cyril Lefebvre (4), John Zorn (5), Beñat
  Achiary & Michel Doneda (6), The Melody Four (7), Sandra Tavernier & Steve
  Beresford (8), Yves Robert (9), Alan Hacker & Karen Evans (10), British
  Summer Time Ends (11), Tabley Bellows (12), Norma Winstone & Tony Coe (13),
  Lol Coxhill (14).

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with John Zorn:

    5/ Blues Noël                               (Zorn)                   5:50
      5a/ Intro
      5b/ The Spectre Speaks
      5c/ Christmas Rent Party
      5d/ Lonely Wind
      5e/ Chicago Xmas Present
      5f/ Winter Graveyard
      5g/ Christmas Mambo
      5h/ Sleigh Ride
      5i/ Blade Runner
      5j/ A Good Woman Is Hard To Find
      5k/ Speakeasy Raid
      5l/ Mardi-Gras
      5m/ Epilogue

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York

  John Zorn: alto; Michael Blair: drums, percussion, voice; Anthony Coleman:
  piano, harpsichord, celeste, organ, narrator; Fred Frith: guitars, bass;
  Ikue Mori: drum machine, vocal; David Weinstein: sampler.

    1987 - Nato (France), Nato 1382 (LP)
    1990 - Nato/Vogue (France), VG 651 600308 (CD)
    1992 - Nato (France), 53011.2 (CD)
    1998 - Nato (France), 777 742 (CD)
    2011 - Nato (France), ??? (CD)

  Note: (5) has been reissued on GODARD/SPILLANE (1999).

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012 - NUIT DES SOLOS: solo performances during the festival of Vandoeuvre-les-
  Nancy

  This record features solo improvisations by David Moss, Elliott Sharp, Jill
  Jaffee, Anthony Coleman, Jean-François Pauvros, Jagger Naut, Christian 
  Marclay, Carol Emanuel, Tom Cora, Guigou Chenevier, Louis Sclavis, John 
  Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Jon Rose.

    4/ no title                                                          3:37
  
    Recorded live at Vandoeuvre, France on May 22, 1987

  Anthony Coleman: piano.

    1988 - Van d'Oeuvre (France), 8802 (LP)

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013 - 100 OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL MELODIES: Nicolas Collins

  Nicolas Collins in duos with Pippin Barnett, Anthony Coleman, Tom Cora,
  Peter Cusak, Shelley Hirsch, George Lewis, Christian Marclay, Ben Neill,
  Zeena Parkins, Robert Poss, Ned Rothenberg, Elliott Sharp, Davey Williams,
  John Zorn, Peter Zummo.

    1/ untitled 							 0:41
    2/ untitled 							 2:15
    3/ untitled 							 1:15
    4/ untitled 							 1:32
    5/ untitled 							 0:46
    6/ untitled 							 0:46
    7/ untitled 							 0:45
    8/ untitled 							 1:14
    9/ untitled 							 1:42
    10/ untitled 							 1:41
    11/ untitled 							 2:49
    12/ untitled  							 0:40
    13/ untitled                     					 0:46
    14/ untitled 							 1:24
    15/ untitled  							 0:28
    16/ untitled                            				 0:39
    17/ untitled                 					 0:29
    18/ untitled 							 1:10
    19/ untitled 							 1:20
    20/ untitled 							 1:30
    21/ untitled 							 5:30
    22/ untitled 							 2:29
    23/ untitled 							 0:36
    24/ untitled 							 1:12
    25/ untitled 							 1:07
    26/ untitled 							 1:57
    27/ untitled 							 0:53
    28/ untitled                     					 1:33
    29/ untitled 							 0:35
    30/ untitled 							 0:39
    31/ untitled 							 0:50
    32/ untitled  							 1:55
    33/ untitled                     					 1:32
    34/ untitled 							 1:22
    35/ untitled  							 2:50
    36/ untitled                            				 1:20
    37/ untitled                 					 0:46
    38/ untitled 							 1:16
    39/ untitled 							 1:27
    40/ untitled 							 2:42
    41/ untitled 							 1:57
    42/ untitled 							 1:29

    Recorded at Airshaft Studio, New York City, The Kitchen, New York City and
    Stichting Steim, Amsterdam from January 1988 through May 1989

  Nicolas Collins: trombone propelled electronics, radio, tapes; Peter Cusack
  (1,9,18,25,37,39,41,42): acoustic guitar, whistle, Gate Crasher, tapes, bou-
  zouki, tuning forks; Robert Poss (2,11,32): electric guitar; Ben Neill (3,4,
  6): Mutantrumpet; Pippin Barnett (5,8,20): percussion; Peter Zummo (7): 
  trombone; Christian Marclay (10,19,24): record players; John Zorn (12,13,15-
  17,27): alto; Anthony Coleman (14,23): electric organ; George Lewis (21):
  trombone; Shelley Hirsch (22): voice; Davey Williams (26,34): electric gui-
  tar; Ned Rothenberg (28): bass clarinet; Elliott Sharp (29-31): bass clari-
  net; Zeena Parkins (33,35): electric and acoustic harps; Tom Cora (36,38,
  40): cello.

    1989 - Trace Elements Records (USA), TE-1018 (CD)

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014 - EXQUISITE CORPSES FROM P.S. 122

    1/ Template                                                          6:15
    2/ Burst                                                             0:28
    3/ Pushmepullyou C                                                   1:30
    4/ Ostrich A                                                         2:08
    5/ Crocs & Gators                                                    3:36
    6/ Absent Friends 2                                                  1:48
    7/ Gators & Crocs                                                    3:36
    8/ Ostrich B                                                         2:06
    9/ Flip Flop A                                                       5:25
    10/ Bozoburst A                                                      1:05
    11/ Planarian Worm                                                   7:05
    12/ Pushmepullyou A                                                  1:39
    13/ After The Tone                                                   4:10
    14/ Pushmepullyou B                                                  3:13
    15/ Flip Flop B                                                      5:10
    16/ Absent Friends 1                                                 2:06
    17/ Duet Seeds                                                       3:46
    18/ Bozoburst B                                                      1:05

    Recorded at Noise NY, P.S. 122 and on Guy's answering machine

  David Watson: shears, stick violin, guitar, trumpet; Judy Dunaway: guitar,
  balloons; Anthony Coleman: sampler; Raissa St. Pierre: drums; Guy Yarden:
  violin, piano; Leslie Ross: bassoon; Linda Austin: guitar; Bruce Kaplan:
  guitar; Doug Henderson: peckhorn, bass, toy piano; Sue Ann Harkey: 12-string
  guitar; Cinnie Cole: sampler; Mike Sappol: bass, busy box, tape loops; Nell:
  vox; Ruth Peyser: guitar; Chris Cochrane: guitar; Doug Seidel: guitar, con-
  gas; Nancy Campbell: saxophone; Ikue Mori: drum machine; Evan Gallagher: 
  junk, percussion, toys, piano; Sue Garner: bass; Zeena Parkins: keyboard;
  Catherine Jauniaux: voice, flute; George Cartwright: saxophone, flute; 
  Matthew Ostrowski: analog synthesizer; Bob Lipman: guitar; David Sardy:
  drums, bass; Paul Hoskin: contrabass clarinet; Steve Peters: saxophone, 
  Santa Fe; Fred Lonberg-Holm: travicello, San Francisco; Will Sternberg: gui-
  tar, tapes, Paris; Bruno Meillier: saxophone, St. Etienne.

    1990 - ?What Next? (USA), WN0002 (CD)
    1998 - O.O. Discs (USA), 0054 (CD)

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015 - WHAT ELSE DO YOU DO ? A Compilation of Quiet Music

  This record features songs by Pale Face (1), Dean Wareham (2), Bongwater
  (3), Dogbowl (4), Suzie Unger (5), Daniel Johnston (6), David Keener (7),
  Tuli Kupferberg (8), Christian Marclay & Catherine Jauniaux (9), Azalia
  Snail (10), King Missile (11), Mr. Elk & Mr. Seal (12), Men & Volts (13),
  The Tinklers (14), Fred Lane (15), The Hat Brothers (16), Rebby Sharp (17),
  False Prophets (18), Tamela Glenn (19), Daved Hild (20), Lida Husik (21),
  Kramer (22), John Zorn (23).

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with John Zorn:
  
    23/ Blue Of Noon                            (Zorn)                   1:05

    No recording information

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; David Hofstra: bass; Carol Emanuel: harp; Jim 
  Staley: trombone; Robert Previte: drums; Anthony Coleman; organ; David 
  Weinstein: keyboards. 
  
    1990 - Shimmy Disc (USA), SDE 9021 (CD)
    1990 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 9021/CD (CD)
    199? - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5034 (CD)

  Note: (23) is only available on the CD pressings.
  Note: there is another CD pressing (Shimmy 034) with the same content as the
  LP (only 18 tracks).

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016 - ROOTLESS COSMOPOLITANS: Marc Ribot

    1/ I Should Care                            (Cahn, Stordhal, Weston) 1:17
    2/ Shortly After Takeoff                    (Ribot)                  4:14
    3/ The Wind Cries Mary                      (Jimi Hendrix)           5:01
    4/ Friendly Ghosts                          (Ribot)                  5:20
    5/ The Cocktail Party                       (Ribot, Jones, Schwarz)  4:59
    6/ New Sad                                  (Ribot)                  3:01
    7/ A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste      (Ribot)                  1:13
    8/ Beak Lunch Manifesto                     (Ribot, Jones)           6:31
    9/ While My Guitar Gently Weeps             (Harrison)               1:57
    10/ Nature Abhors A Vacuum Cleaner          (Ribot)                  4:31
    11/ Mood Indigo                             (Ellington, Mills, Bigard)
									 4:40
    12/ Have A Nice Day                         (Ribot)                  3:43

    Recorded at Sound On Sound Recording, New York City
    (1) recorded at Harold Desau, New York City
    (9) recorded on Port-A-Studio

  Marc Ribot: guitars, harmonica, vocal; Don Byron (2,4,6,7,10-12): bass cla-
  rinet, clarinet, turkey calls; Anthony Coleman (2-4,7,10-12): keyboards, 
  piano, organ, sampler; Melvin Gibbs (2,3,6): bass, guitar; Richie Schwarz 
  (2-5,7,8,10-12): drums, sampled percussion; Michael Blair (3,5): drums, 
  backwards vocal; Ralph Carney (3): sona; Arto Lindsay (3,8): guitar; Brad
  Jones (4,5,7,8,10-12): bass, guitar on (11); Curtis Fowlkes (5,10): trombo-
  ne; Roy Nathanson (5,8,10,12): saxophone; David Sardi (10): guitar.

    1990 - Island Records, 422-842 577-2 (CD)
    1990 - Antilles (USA), 314-510 091-1 (LP)
    1990 - Antilles (USA), 314-510 091-2 (CD)

  Note: (12) is a bonus track not available on the LP pressing.

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017 - K!L!A!V!: Elliott Sharp

  Extreme music for various keyboards.

    1/ Twenty Below                             (Sharp)                 22:09

    Recorded by Martin Bisi at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn on August 2, 1987

  Anthony Coleman: toy piano, Yamaha organ; Wayne Horvitz: Yamaha DX-7,
  DX-100; Zeena Parkins: Korg organ, Yamaha DX-100; Joseph Paul Taylor: Akai
  S900 sampler, Yamaha DX-7; Gwen Toth: reed organ; David Weinstein: Mirage
  sampler, CZ101.

    2-7/ K!L!A!V!
      2/ K!L!A!V!-A                             (Sharp)                  3:04
      3/ K!L!A!V!-B                             (Sharp)                  2:25
      4/ K!L!A!V!-C                             (Sharp)                  1:40
      5/ K!L!A!V!-D                             (Sharp)                  1:24
      6/ K!L!A!V!-E                             (Sharp)                  3:56
      7/ K!L!A!V!-F                             (Sharp)                  2:13

    Recorded by Hahn Rowe at 206 Studio in August 1989

  Elliott Sharp: Atari 1040ST computer, Roland S330 sampler.

    8/ Mapping                                  (Sharp)                 20:55

    Recorded by John Eskine at The Kitchen on July 22, 1987

  Elliott Sharp: piano.

    1990 - Newport Classic (USA), NPD 85504 (CD)

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018 - ON THE EDGE: various artists

  This record features Ronald Shannon Jackson, Ornette Coleman, Startled
  Insects, Steve Kahn, Power Tools (Bill Frisell), Marc Ribot, Gary Windo,
  Paranoise, Anthony Braxton, Courtney Pine, Defunkt.

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with Marc Ribot:

    6/ Friendly Ghosts                          (Ribot)                  5:19

  Don Byron: clarinet; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Brad Jones: bass; Marc
  Ribot: guitar; Richie Schwarz: drums.

    1991 - Antilles (USA), 422 848 210-2 (CD)

  See ROOTLESS COSMOPOLITANS (1990) for further references.

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019 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES JULY & AUGUST '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features music by Co/Motion (1), Empty Body (2), Les Miserable 
  Brass Band (3), The Underthings (4), Eugene Chadbourne (5), Roy Nathanson 
  Quartet (6,7), String Faced (8), The Polansky's (9,10), Elliott Sharp's 
  Terraplane (11,12).

  Anthony Coleman plays on two tracks with Terraplane:

    11/ Rise Above The Risen                    (Sharp)
    12/ Close To Me                             (S.B. Williamson)

  Elliott Sharp: guitar, lap steel; Mollie King: vocals; Brad Jones: bass;
  Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Steven Francis: drums.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (CT)

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020 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME 5: various artists

  This record features Roy Nathanson and Anthony Coleman, Oren Bloedow,
  Stringfaced, Pere Ubu, 101 Crustaceans, Kazutoki Umezu, Samm Bennett, 
  Pheeroan akLaff, Joe Morris, Electric Owthaus.

    1/ Reflections                              (Monk)                   5:00

  Roy Nathanson; Anthony Coleman.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-108 (CD)
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-12345 (5xCD)

  Note: the 5xCD box contains the five volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY.

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021 - FILM WORKS, 1986-1990: John Zorn

    White And Lazy                              (Zorn)                  
      1/ Main Title                                                      0:55
      2/ Homecoming                                                      1:15
      3/ The Heist                                                       3:20
      4/ Meat Dream                                                      1:15
      5/ Phone Call                                                      0:50
      6/ End Title                                                       1:59
    
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June 1986    

  Robert Quine: guitar; Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocals; Melvin Gibbs: bass;
  Anton Fier: drums; Carol Emanuel: harp; David Weinstein: keyboards; Ned
  Rothenberg: bass clarinet.

    The Golden Boat                             (Zorn)                  
      7/ Fanfare                                                         0:30
      8/ Theme                                                           2:59
      9/ Jazz I                                                          2:51
      10/ Horror Organ                                                   1:06
      11/ Mexico                                                         1:56
      12/ Mood                                                           3:17
      13/ Rockabilly                                                     2:01
      14/ Slow                                                           2:47
      15/ Jazz Oboes                                                     2:33
      16/ The Golden Boat (Turntable Mix)                                2:58
      17/ End Titles                                                     2:53

    Recorded at Platinum Island Studio, New York in May 1990
 
  Vicki Bodner: oboe; John Zorn: alto; Robert Quine: guitar; Anthony Coleman:
  keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp; David Shea: turntable, vocals; Mark Dresser:
  bass; Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percussion; Robert Previte: drums, marimba.

    18/ The Good, The Bad And The Ugly          (Ennio Morricone)        1:04

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in April 1987

  Robert Quine: guitar; Bill Frisell: guitar; Fred Frith: bass; Wayne Horvitz:
  Hammond organ; David Weinstein: keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp; Robert 
  Previte: drums, percussion, vocal.

    She Must Be Seeing Things                   (Zorn)
      19/ Main Title                                                     1:04
      20/ Swirling Shot                                                  1:20
      21/ Homecoming                                                     3:22
      22/ Catalina Flash                                                 0:28
      23/ Seduction                                                      4:54
      24/ Sex Shop Boogaloo                                              2:47
      25/ Catalina Escapes                                               1:11
      26/ Worms                                                          1:04
      27/ Death Waltz Fantasy                                            1:24
      28/ Following Sequence                                             3:03
      29/ Movie Set                                                      1:20
      30/ Climax                                                         2:55
      31/ Going To Dinner                                                2:38
      32/ End Titles                                                     3:27

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in December 1986 
    
  Shelley Hirsch: voice; John Zorn: alto; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, clarinet; Tom
  Varner: French horn; Jim Staley: trombone; Bill Frisell: guitar; Carol
  Emanuel: harp; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste, harpsichord; Wayne
  Horvitz: Hammond organ, piano, DX7; David Weinstein: mirage, CZ101 key-
  boards; David Hofstra: bass; Naná Vasconcelos: Brazilian percussion; Robert
  Previte: drums, percussion, vibes, timpani, orchestra bells.

    1991 - Wave Records (Japan), Eva 2024 (CD)
    1992 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79270-2 (CD)
    1992 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79270-4 (CT)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7314 (CD)
    2002 (or 2003?) - ??? (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD?)

  Note: the Wave pressing has a color sleeve; the Elektra pressing has a 
  sleeve with the front in black and white and the back in color.

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022 - POLKA DOTS & LASER BEAMS: Guy Klucevsek

  Guy Klucevsek interprets compositions by Steve Elson, Tom Cora, Guy 
  Klucevsek, Joseph Kasinskas, Anthony Coleman, Daniel Goode, Nicolas Collins, 
  Guy De Bievre, Robin Holcomb, Duke Ellington, Peter Garland, William 
  Duckworth, Bobby Previte, Carl Finch.

    1/ From Here To Paternity Polka             (Steve Elson)            2:53
    2/ The Imperial Buzzard                     (Tom Cora)               2:27
    3/ The Grass, It Is Blue                    (Klucevsek)              2:18
    4/ Peek-A-Boo Polka                         (Joseph Kasinskas)       3:12
    5/ Medjunarodni Nacin Polka                 (Anthony Coleman)        4:27
    6/ Diet Polka                               (Daniel Goode)           3:38
    7/ Devil From Milwaukee                     (Nicolas Collins)        3:49
    8/ Polka Dots And Laser Beams               (Guy de Bievre)          2:46
    9/ The Winnemucca Polka                     (Robin Holcomb)          2:40
    10/ Klop                                    (Duke Ellington)         1:45
    11/ The Club Nada Polka                     (Peter Garland)          3:00
    12/ Polking Around                          (William Duckworth)      3:44
    13/ The Nova Scotia Polka                   (Bobby Previte)          8:23
    14/ Prairie Dogs                            (Carl Finch)             2:48

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in January 1990
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion, vocals; John King: electric guitar, electric vio-
  lin, dobro, vocals; David Hofsta: Fender bass, doublebass, tuba; Bill Ruyle: 
  drums, marimba; Nicolas Collins (7): trombone-propelled electronics; Jaguar 
  Wishbone Connecticut (1,3,12,13,14): drums, marimba, ride cymbal; Steve 
  Elbon (1): baritone saxophone; Mark Feldman (13): violin; Erik Friedlander 
  (6,11): cello; Mary Rowell (6,11): violin; Dubmeister Wally (7); Douglas 
  Wieselman (9,10): clarinet.

    1991 - Eva (Japan), WWCX 2036 (CD)
    1996 - Evva (Japan), ??? (CD)
    2012 - Starkland (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: Anthony Coleman does not play on this record.
  Note: The 2xCD reissue has not been released yet (planned on October 16, 
  2012).
  Note: The 2xCD reissue also includes ?WHO STOLE THE POLKA? (1991).

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023 - GUIDA NONESUCH ALLA MUSICA D'AVANGUARDIA: various artists

  This audio companion to Piero Scaruffi's book "Guida Alla Musica d'Avanguar-
  dia and New age" features Naked City (1,5), Steve Reich (2,10), Bill Frisell
  (3), Wayne Horvitz (4), Scott Johnson (6), Philip Glass (7), The President
  (8), John Zorn (9), Terry Riley interpreted by the Kronos Quartet (11),
  Christian Marclay (12).

    1/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                        (Naked City)             0:43
    2/ Electric Counterpoint, Fast              (Steve Reich)            6:54
    3/ Hard Plains Drifter                      (Bill Frisell)          13:18
    4/ 3 Questions                              (Wayne Horvitz)          2:36
    5/ A Shot In The Dark                       (Naked City)             3:13
    6/ John Somebody, Part 1                    (Scott Johnson)          5:22
    7/ New Cities In Ancient Lands, India       (Philip Glass)           4:43
    8/ Ride The Wide Streets                    (The President)          3:21
    9/ Spillane (excerpt)                       (John Zorn)              8:07
    10/ Music For Mallet Instruments (excerpt)  (Steve Reich)           16:48
    11/ Hal Wolf Dances Mad In Moonlight        (Terry Riley)            8:21
    12/ Black Stucco                            (Christian Marclay)      3:31

    1991 - Arcana Editrice (Italy), ARC A1 (book+CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (1,5).
  See BEFORE WE WERE BORN (1989) for further references on (3).
  See THIS NEW GENERATION (1987) for further references on (4).
  See BRING YR CAMERA (1989) for further references on (8).
  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references on (9).
  See IMAGINARY LANDSCAPES (1989) for further references on (12).

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024 - MANHATTAN CASCADE: Guy Klucevsek

  Guy Klucevsek interprets compositions by John Zorn, Anthony Coleman, Guy
  Klucevsek, John King, Lois V Vierk, Christian Marclay, Mary Ellen Childs,
  Rolf Groesbeck, Aaron Jay Kernis.

    1/ Road Runner                              (John Zorn)              5:23
    2/ Below 14th Street, Above 125th Street    (Anthony Coleman)        7:12
    3/ Samba D Hiccup                           (Guy Klucevsek)          5:24
    4/ An Air Of Gathering Pipers               (Guy Klucevsek)          7:02
    5/ All Together Now                         (John King)             11:43
    6/ Manhattan Cascade                        (Lois V Vierk)          20:00
    7/ Ping Pong Polka                          (Christian Marclay)      2:53
    8/ Oa Poa Polka                             (Mary Ellen Childs)      4:01
    9/ Polka 1                                  (Rolf Groesbeck)         3:49
    10/ Phantom Polka                           (Aaron Jay Kernis)       2:51

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in January-April 1991
    (1) recorded at Full House Productions, New York in January 1986
    (6) recorded at India Navigation, New York in February 1986
    (7) tape part recorded in January 1987

  Guy Klucevsek: free bass accordion; Christian Marclay (7): turntables.

    1992 - CRI (USA), CD 626 (CD)
    2007 - New World (USA), NWCR626 (CD)

  Note: (7-10) were written as part of POLKA FROM THE FRINGE, a collection of 
  over 30 polkas commissioned by Klucevsek.
  Note: Anthony Coleman does not play on this record.

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025 - A CONFEDERACY OF DANCES VOL.1: Live Recordings from The Roulette Series 
  New York

  This record features works by Billy Bang, Chris Cochrane, Anthony Coleman,
  Bill Frisell, Shelley Hirsch, Guy Klucevsek, Ron Kuivila, Jeanne Lee, 
  Christian Marclay, Ikue Mori, Zeena Parkins, David Shea, Luli Shioi, Leo
  Smith, Jim Staley, David Weinstein, John Zorn.

    6/ Acid Jazz Burnout                        (Coleman)                8:09

    Recorded live at The Roulette, New York City on March 30, 1990

  Anthony Coleman: sampling keyboards; Jim Pugliese: drums, sampler; Don 
  Byron: clarinet; Guy Klucevsek: accordion.

    1992 - Einstein Records (USA), Einstein 001 (CD)

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026 - THE COMING GREAT MILLENIUM: Roy Nathanson & Anthony Coleman

    1/ Birds/Jews                               (Nathanson, Coleman)    
    2/ Reflections                              (Monk)
    3/ La Monte's Nightmare                     (Coleman)
    4/ The Faker                                (Nathanson)
    5/ You Took Advantage Of Me                 (Rodgers, Hart)
    6/ Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Blue Silk
						(Mingus)                
    7/ By The Book                              (Coleman)
    8/ U.M.M.G.                                 (Billy Strayhorn)
    9/ Like Anthony                             (Nathanson)
    10/ The Sheik Of Avenue B                   (Kalmar)
    11/ Sadegur Khossidl                        (Abe Schwartz)
    12/ Intro To Abe                            (Nathanson, Coleman)

    Recorded at The Knitting Factory

  Anthony Coleman: sampler, acoustic piano; Roy Nathanson: soprano, alto, vo-
  cals.

    1992 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-119 (CD)

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027 - BENEATH THE VALLEY OF THE ULTRA-YAHOOS: Elliott Sharp

    1/ Music Of Amrka                           (Sharp, Bennett)         2:15
    2/ Biblebelt In The Mouth                   (Sharp, Bennett)         2:00
    3/ Blinders                                 (BP, ES, SB, AR)         3:05
    4/ Pornshards                               (Sharp, Bennett)         3:04
    5/ Iced                                     (Poisson-Tete, Sharp)    3:15
    6/ Splatter Dub                             (Sharp, Bennett)         2:42
    7/ Triumph Of The Won't                     (Sharp)                  2:52
    8/ Return Of The Pharm Boys                 (Sharp, Chadbourne)      2:38
    9/ Obedience School                         (Sharp)                  2:39
    10/ X-Plicit                                (Sharp, Deihim)          5:06
    11/ Top Ten                                 (VP-T, ES, SB)           2:37
    12/ Semtex (Letter To The Court)            (ES, SB, SH)             3:27
    13/ Golfgames                               (Sharp)                  2:01
    14/ Late Capitalism Sexual Practices        (Barg, Sharp)            2:42
    15/ Soylent Verde                           (Sharp)                  1:23
    16/ Silenced                                (Grant, Sharp)           2:41
    17/ Fax Or Fiction                          (Sharp)                  1:51
    18/ The Pledge                              (Brown, Sharp)           3:26

    Recorded and mixed by Bryce Goggin at Baby Monster Studio, New York City,
    and at Studio Zoar, New York City, by Hahn Rowe and Elliott Sharp

  Elliott Sharp: guitars, bass, sampler, voice, alto, computer tracks, drum
  computer, mandolin; Sam Bennett (1-4,6,11,12): drums; Alva Rogers (3): 
  voice; Anthony Coleman (3,9,18): organ; Victor Poison-Tete (5,11): voice;
  Eugene Chadbourne (8,18): voice, piano, dobro; Sussan Deihim (10): voice;
  Shelley Hirsch (12): voice; Barbara Barg (13): voice; K.J. Grant (16):
  voice; Lee Ann Brown (18): voice.

    1992 - Sulphur/Silent (USA), SR9220 (CD)

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028 - STATE OF THE UNION: various artists

  This record features two sets of musicians, one from 1982 was available on
  a LP, and one from 1992 only available on this CD.
 
  1982: John Lurie, Felipe Orrego, Peter Blegvad/John Greaves, Diana Meckley,
  Bill Obrecht, Pulsallama, Bartok Lieberman, Michael Boom, Squat Theatre,
  A.C. Chubb, Gerry Lindahl, Arto Lindsay/Toni Nogueira, Social Climbers,
  Sonorexia, Tim Wright, Spalding Gray, Thi-Linh Le, Christian Marclay, Adele
  Bertei, Ivan Kupala, Charles K. Noyes, Chris Vine, Tuli Kupferberg, Sue
  Hanel, Butch Morris/Jessica Hagedorn, F.A. Nettelbeck/Wayne Horvitz, Martin
  Bisi/Victoria Galvez Bisi, Melody Sumner, Marina La Palma, Bob Holman/Vito
  Ricci, Artless Time Band, Fred Frith/Tina Curran, Patrick Sumner,
  Hi-Sheriffs Of Blue.

  1992: David Weinstein, Barbara Barg, Borbetomagus/Voice Crack, Soldier 
  String Quartet, Margot Mifflin, Krackhouse, Ikue Mori, Anthony Coleman, God
  Is My Co-Pilot, Lois V. Vierk/Ngoneni Cele, Marc Ribot, Vicki Stansbury, 
  GenKen Montgomery, John Zorn/Yamatsuka Eye, David Fulton, Nicolas Collins,
  Marc Sloan, Syd Straw, David Linton, Pamela Z, Grafted Media Devil, Mofungo,
  Henry Kaiser, Mad Arab, David Shea, Alex Noyes, Wanda Phipps/M. Doughty/
  Jonathan Maron, Michelle Kinney, Brian Karl, Lee Ann Brown/Sarah Boyd Blair,
  A Thousand Tiny Fingers, Leslie Ross, Hal Willner, Shelley Hirsch.

    8/ Patches '91                              (Coleman) 

    No recording information

  Anthony Coleman: sample.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

    1992 - Arrest Records (USA), AR 003 (CD)
    1993 - Muworks Records (USA), MUW 1016 CD (CD)
    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP69CD (2xCD)

  Note: Anthony Coleman does not play on the 1982 vinyl edition.
  Note: the CD was initialy issued by Arrest Records in 1992 but the company
   went out of business simultaneously with the release - there might be some
   copies floating around.

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029 - SHOCK CORRIDOR: David Shea

    1/ Shock Corridor                           (Shea)                  19:29 
    2/ Cartoon For Scott Bradley                (Shea)                   2:57
    3/ Trio For Samplers                        (Shea)                   6:29 
    
    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio in January 1992

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ; Shelley Hirsch: voice, electronics (1); Ikue
  Mori (1): drum machine; Zeena Parkins (1): electric harp; Jim Pugliese (1):
  percussion; David Shea: turntables, sampler, voice, jaw harp, harmonica; Jim 
  Staley (1): trombone, didjeridu.

    1992 - Avant (Japan), Avan 013 (CD)  

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030 - DISCO BY NIGHT: Anthony Coleman

    1/ By Night                                 (Coleman)               13:41
    2/ Jevrejski By Night                       (Coleman)                4:34
    3/ Trend Man                                (Coleman)                4:51
    4/ A Hurtful Angle                          (Coleman)                3:35
    5/ Disco By Night                           (Coleman)                4:34

    (1) recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City on June 15, 1988
    (2-5) recorded at Baby Monster Studio on January 28, 1992
    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Anthony Coleman (1-3,5): piano, sampler; Doug Wieselman (1,3-5): clarinet;
  Guy Klucevsek: accordion; James Pugliese (1-3,5): drums; Roy Nathanson (2):
  soprano; Gisburg Smialek (3): voice.

    1992 - Avant (Japan), Avan 011 (CD)

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031 - REQUIEM FOR WHAT'S-HIS-NAME: Marc Ribot & Rootless Cosmopolitans

    1/ Requiem For What's-His-Name              (Ribot)                  4:29
    2/ Disposable Head                          (Ribot)                  2:50
    3/ Clever White Youths                      (Ribot)                  4:30
    4/ First Time Every Time                    (Ribot)                  2:01
    5/ Motherless Child                         (anonymous)              1:06
    6/ New                                      (Ribot)                  4:18
    7/ Reveille                                 (Ribot)                  1:08
    8/ Lamonte's Nightmare                      (Anthony Coleman)        5:56
    9/ March                                    (Ribot)                  2:00
    10/ Pony                                    (Ribot, Coleman)         2:14
    11/ Yo, I Killed Your God                   (Ribot)                  2:39
    12/ Commit A Crime                          (Chester Burnett)        3:19
    13/ Caravan                                 (Tizol, Ellington, Mills)3:48
    14/ Blues                                   (Ribot)                  3:11
    15/ 1 Adolph 12                             (Ribot, Brad Jones)      6:57

    Recorded in New York City
    (12) recorded live at Desi Stadtteilzentrum, Nuremberg (Germany)

  Marc Ribot (1-3,5-9,10-15): guitars, vocals, E-flat horn, piano, drum se-
  quencing; Wilbo Wright (1,2,7-8,11,13): detuned guitar (on (1)), bass; Roy
  Nathanson (1,2,4,6,9,13,15): soprano, chermia, alto, tenor; Ralph Carney
  (1-4,6-9,11,12,14): alto, sona, tenor, clarinet, assorted duck calls;
  Anthony Coleman (1-3,6-8,10-14): pump organ, sampler, piano, organ; Simeon
  Cain (1-4,6-9,11,13,15): drums, percussion, drum overdubs; Syd Straw (3,10):
  background vocals, vocals; Zeena Parkins (6): electric harp; Brad Jones (6,
  15): bass; Greg Jones (12,14): bass; Rock Savage (12,14): drums; J.D. Parran
  (15): clarinet.

    1992 - Les Disques du Crepuscule (Belgium), TWI 969-2 (CD)
    1999 - Les Disques du Crepuscule (Belgium), TWI 969-2 (CD)

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032 - KRISTALLNACHT: John Zorn
    
    1/ Shtetl (Ghetto Life)                     (Zorn)                   5:51
    2/ Never Again                              (Zorn)                  11:41
    3/ Gahelet (Embers)                         (Zorn)                   3:25
    4/ Tikkun (Rectification)                   (Zorn)                   3:02
    5/ Tzfia (Looking Ahead)                    (Zorn)                   8:46
    6/ Barzel (Iron Fist)                       (Zorn)                   2:01
    7/ Gariin (Nucleus-The New Settlement)      (Zorn)                   7:58

    Recorded and mixed at RPM Studio, New York City on November 9 & 10, 1992
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Marc Ribot: guitar; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Mark
  Dresser: bass; William Winant: percussion; David Krakauer (1,5): clarinet, 
  bass clarinet; Frank London (1,5): trumpet.

    1993 - Eva Records (Japan), WWCX 2050 (CD)
    1993 - 99 Records (Germany), 2115 (CD)
    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7301 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Japan, Europe), EVVA 33005 (CD)

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033 - KOROSHI NO BLUES: Makigami Koichi

    1/ Saizansu Mambo                           (Tani, Tetsuo, Tadaosa)
    2/ Onna O Wasurero                          (Toshio, Toru)
    3/ Machiboke No Kissaten                    (Hattori, arr. Quine)
    4/ Akunin Shigan                            (Kayako, Riichiro, arr. Zorn)
    5/ Sukiyaki Etoufee                         (Rokusuke, Hachidai, arr.
						 Klucevsek)
    6/ Yozora No Fue                            (Kuranosuke)
    7/ Tokyo No Yane No Shita                   (Takao, Ryoichi, arr. Gallant)
    8/ Kaette Kita Yopparai                     (Folk Parody Gang, Kazuhiko,
						 arr. Yoshihide)
    9/ Utsuro                                   (Koichi)
    10/ Marianne                                (Yasuko, Yoshio)
    11/ Koroshi No Blues                        (Hachiro, Kagehisa)

    Recorded at R.P.M. Sound, New York City in January 1992
    (10) recorded at Greenpoint
    Produced by John Zorn

  Makigami Koichi: vocals, devil chanting on (4); Tokyo Nami (1): vocals; 
  Jazzy Joyce (1): turntables; Andrew Sterman (1): piccolo; Steven Bernstein 
  (1,7): trumpet; Pablo Calogero (1): baritone saxophone; Marcus Persiani (1): 
  piano; Guillermo Edghill (1): bass; Papo Pepin (1): congas; Joe Gonzales 
  (1): bongos, guiro, cowbell; Raul Paonessa (1): drums; John Patton (2): 
  organ; Marc Ribot (2,8,11): guitar, acoustic guitar, charango; Jeff 
  Hirshfield (2): drums; Robert Quine (3): guitar; Matthew Sweet (3): guitar;
  Steve Shelley (3): drums; Andy Haas (4): didjeridu; Anthony Coleman (4): 
  sampler, organ; David Shea (4,6): turntables; Mark Dresser (4): bass; James 
  Pugliese (4): percussions; Haino Keiji (4,10): devil chanting on (4), gui-
  tar, vocals; Otomo Yoshihide (4,8,11): devil chanting on (4), turntables, 
  handmade guitar, sampler; Kato Hideki (4,8,9): devil chanting on (4), bass;
  Guy Klucevsek (5): piano, accordion; Mark Feldman (5): violin; David Hofstra 
  (5,7): bass; Robert Previte (5): drums; Laura Seaton (6): violin; Jane 
  Scarpantoni (6): cello; Joe Gallant (7): 6-string bass; Janet Axelrod (7): 
  flute; Phillip Johnston (7): soprano; Walter Thompson (7): alto; Louie 
  Belogenis (7): tenor; Dave Sewelson (7): baritone saxophone; Frank London 
  (7): trumpet; Jason Hwang (7): violin; Margo Grib (7): violin, voice; 
  Michelle Kinney (7): cello; Dawn Buckholz (7): cello; Elizabeth Pamzer (7): 
  harp; Ann Klein (7): guitar; Vito Ricci (7): synthesizer, wrench guitar; Tom 
  Judson (7): accordion; Evan Gallagher (7): piano, organ; Skip Reed (7): 
  vibes, percussions; Dickie Dworkin (7): drums; Kuroda Kyoko (8): piano, 
  voice; Naná Vasconcelos (8): Brazilian percussions; Nicolas Collins (9): 
  "Barney"; John Zorn (10): alto, vocals; Bill Laswell (10): bass; Mick Harris 
  (10): drums, vocals; Hoppy Kamiyama (11): killer.

    1993 - Toshiba-EMI Japan, TOCT-6496 (CD)
    2011 - EMI/Bridge (Japan), EGDS 45 (CD)

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034 - ANOTHER KNITTING FACTORY TOUR

  This promo only CD features Negativland, Amy Denio, Roy Nathanson and 
  Anthony Coleman.

    4/ Birds And Jews                           (Nathanson, Coleman)     6:45
    5/ Johnny Come Lately                      	(Strayhorn) 
    
    (5) recorded live at The Knitting Factory, 7-2-92

  Roy Nathanson; Anthony Coleman.

    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD ??? (CD)

  See THE COMING GREAT MILLENIUM (1992) for further references on (4).

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035 - AVANT KNITTING TOURS 1993: various artists

  This record features The Fertile Crescent (1,2), Oren Bloedow Band (3,4),
  Samm Bennett (5,6), New & Used (7,8), Roy Nathanson & Anthony Coleman (9,
  10), Charles Gayle Trio (11).

    9/ Birds And Jews                           (Nathanson, Coleman)     6:45
    10/ Johnny Come Lately                      (Strayhorn)		 6:03                                
    
    (10) recorded live at The Knitting Factory, New York City on July 2, 1992
    Produced by Michael Dorf

  Roy Nathanson; Anthony Coleman.

    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD 142
  
  See THE COMING GREAT MILLENIUM (1992) for further references on (9).

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036 - LOBSTER & FRIEND: Roy Nathanson and Anthony Coleman

    1/ Intro                                    (Nathanson, Coleman)
    2/ The Great 9                              (Coleman)
    3/ Bubbas                                   (Nathanson)
    4/ August 87th, 1998                        (Nathanson)
    5/ The One We Needed                        (Nathanson, Coleman)
    6/ Johnny Come Lately                       (Strayhorn, arr. Coleman)
    7/ Bubbas                                   (Nathanson)
    8/ The Blues I Love To Sing                 (Ellington, Miley)
    9/ New Babylonians                          (Nathanson)
    10/ Charlie                                 (Nathanson, Coleman)
    11/ Romance                                 (Ribot)
    12/ Bubbas                                  (Nathanson)
    13/ The Bosnians                            (Coleman)
    14/ Stone In Love With You                  (T. Bell, L. Creed, A. Bell)

    Recorded at Noise, New Jersey
    Produced by Hugo Dwyer

  Roy Nathanson: soprano, alto, tenor, voice; Anthony Coleman: Ensoniq EPS
  sampler, piano, Hammond organ, toy piano, pump organ, percussion, voice;
  Mark Degliantoni (2,9,13): sampler; Marc Ribot (4,11): guitar; Gisburg (8):
  voice; David Krakauer (9,13): bass clarinet, Eb clarinet; Christine Bard
  (13): drums, percussion; Hugo Dwyer (14): percussion.
 
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-147 (CD)

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037 - WHEN THIS YOU SEE REMEMBER ME: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ Frauen U. Nichtfrauen                    (Flanagin, Duffy)
    2/ Can't Stop Now                           (Kevin Lynn, arr. GodCo)
    3/ Jackalope Hunting By Helicopter With Spotlights
						(Flanagin)
    4/ Linear B                                 (Flanagin)
    5/ Hey Churla                               (Flanagin, arr. GodCo)

    Recorded at Don Fury, New York City in 1992
    Prod. Craig Flanagin using the Audio Verite process

  Sharon Topper: vocals; Craig Flanagin: guitar, drums etc., vocals; Alex
  Klein: bass; Anthony Coleman: sampling machine; Elliott Sharp: bass; Siobhan
  Duffy: drums etc., vocals; Michael Evans: drums etc.; John Patterson (3):
  bass; Daryl Kahan (3): vocals.

    1993 - Dark Beloved Cloud (USA), DBC-008 (33 RPM 7")

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038 - WILD AMERICA: Iggy Pop

    4/ Evil California                          (Pop, Terry Adams)       3:48

    1993 - Virgin Records America, V25H-38409 (CD-5)

  See SHORT CUTS (1993) for further references.

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039 - SHORT CUTS: Soundtrack of the Robert Altman's movie

    1/ Open On Helicopters              (sound effect)                   0:50
    2/ Conversation On A Barstool       (Bono, The Edge)                 5:46
    3/ To Hell With Love                (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)            6:25
    4/ Punishing Kiss                   (E. Costello, C. O'Riordan)      3:16
    5/ Cello Concerto In B Minor        (Antonin Dvorak)                 5:16
    6/ Blue                             (J. Hendricks, G. Mahones)       4:47
    7/ Evil California (These Blues)    (T. Adams, I. Pop)               3:48
    9/ A Thousand Years                 (G. Friday, M. Seezer)           4:26
    8/ Berceuse (The Firebird Suite)    (Igor Stravinsky)                2:50
    9/ A Thousand Years                 (Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer)   4:26
    10/ Cello Concerto No. 2, Opus 30   (Victor Herbert)                 5:04
    11/ Imitation Of A Kiss             (R. Nathanson, D. Cale, M. Ribot)4:37
    12/ Full Moon                       (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)            3:59
    13/ I Don't Know You                (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)            6:08
    14/ Nothing Can Stop Me Now         (Horace Silver)                  4:33
    15/ Earthquake                      (sound effect)                   0:27
    16/ medley                                                           6:50
        Prisoner Of Life                (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)
        I'm Gonna Go Fishin             (P. Lee, D. Ellington)
    17/ How Does She Do It So Quickly   (Thomas Tree, Cory Coppage)      0:50

    Recorded live at The Low Note by Eric Liljestrand
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Annie Ross (except on 14): vocals; Bruce Fowler: trombone; Terry Adams:
  piano; Gene Estes: vibes; Greg Cohen: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Steven
  Bernstein (3,12): trumpet; Dave Tronzo (3,12,13): slide guitar; Iggy Pop
  (7): vocals; Anthony Coleman (7): clavinet, synthesizer; Roy Nathanson (11):
  alto; Michael Stipe (12): vocals; Lori Singer (13): cello; Lenny Pickett
  (16): woodwinds.

   1993 - Imago (USA), 72787-21014-2 (CD)
   1993 - Imago (USA), 72787-21014-4 (CT)

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040 - STRAIGHT NOT: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ Any #
    2/ Haul Away
    3/ My Earliest Memory
    4/ Fruta Si Cancer No
    5/ We Signify
    6/ Safety Fast
    7/ Girl in a Car Singing Along w/ the Radio
    8/ Don't say My Name
    9/ Star of the County Down
    10/ Pump Action
    11/ Absent Parent
    12/ She's So Butch
    13/ I saw Helen's Tits
    14/ Mid-Air Refueling
    15/ A Little Game
    16/ Youth
    17/ Tierhelden
    18/ Drave
    19/ Don't Fuck
    20/ Both Ways
    21/ Tom Sawyer @ the Center of the Earth
    22/ Lost
    23/ Mieluummin Onnellinen Kuin Kuuluisa
    24/ Someone's Always Telling You How To Behave (Chumbawumba cover)
    25/ Well
    26/ Danny Boy

    Recorded by Don Fury
    Produced by Craig Flanagin

  Sharon Topper: vocals, drums; Craig Flanagin: guitar, drums, bass; Alex
  Klein: bass; Elliott Sharp: bass; Andy Haas: didjeridoo, alto sax; Anthony
  Coleman: sampling keyboard; Michael Evans: drums; Siobahan Duffy: drums,
  vocals; Christine Bard: drums; Tanja Lahtinen: vocals; Mia Keinanen: vocals;
  Louis Belogenis: tenor sax; Fed Lonberg Holm: cello; David Simons: drums;
  Juli Brown: bagpipe.

    1993 - Outpunk Records, OUT 8V (LP)
    1993 - Outpunk Records, Outpunk #8cd (CD)

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041 - HOSHI NO TAMA NO O (ENTROPATHY): Jun Miyake

    1/ Alto					(Miyake)
    2/ Ma Puce					(Miyake)
    3/ Her Extra Eyeballs			(Chinatsu Kuzuu)
    4/ Ajisai
    5/ Mahoroba No Kuni				(Miyake)
    6/ Shiroi Te				(Miyake, Satoshi Murakawa)
    7/ Crime Passionel				(Sublime)
    8/ Elle					(Miyake)					
    9/ Building Man				(Satoshi Murakawa, Sublime)
    10/ Die Augen Der Seele			(Miyake)
    11/ Ca Fait Longtemps			(Satoshi Murakawa, Caoli Cano)
    12/ AQ-1/BM-Reprise				

    Produced by Jun Miyake and Hal Willner

  Jun Miyake: trumpet, flugelhorn, pianica, programming, piano; Dairo Miyamoto
  (1,2,5,7,9,11,12): drums, percussion, saxophones; Getao Takahashi (1,3,6,7,
  9,12): bass; Hitoshi Watanabe (1,5,7,9,11): acoustic guitar, ukulele, mando-
  cello, mandolin; Masahiro Itami (1,2,4,6,9,11,12): guitars, charango, 
  noises, ukulele; Haruo Kubota (1,6,8): electric guitar; Evelyne Bennu (2,8):
  vocals; Shin Kazuhara (2): trumpet; Chinatsu Kuzuu (3): vocals; Shuichi 
  Murakami (3,6): drums; Don Alias (3,6,8,11): percussion; Aska Kaneko (3,4,
  10): violin; Chieko Kinbara (3,4,10): violin; Kaori Takeuchi (3,10): violin;
  Kuniyo Fukami (3,10): violin; Keiko Shiga (3,10): violin; Tatsuya Murakawa
  (3,4,10): viola; Udai Shika (3,4,10): cello; Satoshi Murakawa (5,6,9,11): 
  vocals; Masumi Hara (6): vocals; Arto Lindsay (6,10): electric guitar; Marc
  Ribot (6,10): electric guitar; Pecker (6): percussion; Haruo Togashi (6): 
  piano; Sublime (7): vocals; Masahiro Sayama (7): piano; Peter Scherer (8):
  electric piano; Yoichi Murata (9,10,12): trombone; Wack London (10): vocals; 
  Yuki Maeda (10): soprano; Shunji Tanaka (10): bass; Anthony Coleman (10): 
  piano; Hal Willner (10): turntable; Caoli Cano (11): vocals; Whacho (11): 
  percussion; Hitoshi Hamada (11): marimba.

    1993 - Sony (Japan), SRCS-6881 (CD)
    2000 - Consipio Records (Japan), COCD-9240 (CD)

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042 - PRISONER: David Shea

    1/ #1                                                                3:47
    2/ #2                                                                4:01
    3/ #3                                                                6:30
    4/ #4                                                               12:25
    5/ #5                                                                9:12
    6/ #6                                                                8:14
    7/ #7                                                                9:54

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios during summer 1993
    Produced by David Shea

  Cyro Baptista (5): Brazilian percussion; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, 
  sampler; Lisa Crowder (4): piano; Hideki Kato: electric bass; Caroline 
  Marshall (6): voice and breath; Zeena Parkins: harp, piano; Jim Pugliese: 
  drums, percussion; Marc Ribot: guitar; David Shea: sampler, piano, jaw harp, 
  harmonica; Sebastian Steinberg (7): electric bass.

    1994 - Sub Rosa Records (Belgium), SR73 (CD)

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043 - TEXTURE TIME: David Moss Dense Band

    1/ A Dot, A Line                            (Moss)                   3:06
    2/ Society Of Niches                        (Moss)                   4:10
    3/ Outrigger                                (Moss)                   1:32
    4/ Invisible Cities                         (Moss)                   4:47
    5/ Those Were The Days                      (Eugene Raskin)          2:00
    6/ Botticelli Niblets                       (Moss)                   2:56
    7/ Collision Course                         (Moss)                   2:02
    8/ Texture Time                             (Moss)                   3:18
    9/ Illusion Of The Groove                   (Moss)                   2:53
    10/ Delilah                                 (Reed, Mason)            3:17
    11/ What Happens With Thunder               (Moss)                   4:10
    12/ Kandinsky Decisions                     (DM,JC,AC,JK)            7:39
    13/ Double Broke Back Blues                 (Moss, King)             2:32
    14/ Collision, Of Course!                   (Moss)                   2:50

    Recorded at the Rote Fabrik, Zürich on February 22-23, 1993

  David Moss: drums, voice, electronics; Jean Chaine: bass; Anthony Coleman:
  keyboards, sampling keyboards; John King: guitar.

    1994 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD IN 034 (CD)

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044 - HOW TO BE: God Is My Co-Pilot

    2/ Madly Did They Ride
    3/ Turkischer
    5/ Rubber Or Leather
    9/ Honest
    14/ Get In
    18/ Zocher Eich Rakadnu Et Hahora
    20/ Reading Dick
    21/ Le Corps Sans Merci

  Sharon Topper: vocals; Craig Flanagin: guitar; Alex Klein: bass; Michael 
  Evans: drums; Siobhan Duffy: drums, vocals; Andy Haas: sax; Elliott Sharp 
  (2,5,9): bass; Anthony Coleman (3,9,14,18,20,21): keyboards; Fly; Fred 
  Lonberg-Holm; Daryl Kahane; Chris Pellettieri; David Simons; Jad Fair; Louis 
  Belogenis; Tanja Lahtinen; Mia Keinanen; James Garrison; Jenny Wade.

    1994 - The Making Of Americans (USA), MA-11 (CD)

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045 - THIS IS NO TIME TO BE FRAIL!: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ Childhood Dreams of Abduction And Mutilation
    2/ Thank You Just Thank You
    3/ Kiss & Tell
    4/ I. Cream

  Sharon Topper: vocals, clarinet; Craig Flanagin: guitar, violin; Alex Klein:
  bass; Alexa Firet: drums; Anthony Coleman: sampling; Christine Bard: drums;
  Fred Lonberg-Holm: cello; Laura Cromwell: drums.

    1994 - Rough Trade, 45rev29 (7")

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046 - ALPHABET CITY: various artists

  This record features Gerard Malanga, Slash Orchestra, Beautiful People Ltd,
  Elliott Sharp, David Shea, Michael Gira.

  Anthony Coleman plays on two tracks with David Shea:

    14/ 8 C                                     (Shea)                   9:41
    15/ Prisoner #7                             (Shea)                   9:54

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York during Summer 1993

  David Shea: sampling, keyboards; Zeena Parkins: sampling, keyboards, piano; 
  Marc Ribot (15): guitar; Anthony Coleman (15): organ; Sebastian Steinberg
  (15): bass; Jim Pugliese (15): percussion.

    1994 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), Utopian Diaries SR72 (CD) 
    
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047 - MIR SHLUFN NISHT: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ Vot Vot Ja Niin Niin
    2/ Hora
    3/ Tanz Liz Cohane
    4/ Tuppasuita
    5/ Dayenu
    6/ Miyimalel
    7/ Double Dutch
    8/ Piramidn
    9/ !B'Nai!
    10/ Like/Park
    11/ We Don't Sleep
    12/ Raketapisztoly
    13/ Miinan Laulu
    14/ Katrussya
    15/ Tantsukolena Fin
    16/ Nya Skor
    17/ Sissy Dog
    18/ Khad Gad Yo
    19/ Churla
    20/ Palmcore
    21/ Hatikvah
    22/ Mia Geht Nach Bodega
    23/ Oyfn Nil
    24/ Tansukolena Yid

    Recorded at Don Fury Studio, New York City
    Produced by Craig Flanagin

  Michael Evans: drums; Sharon Topper: vocals, instruments; Fred Lonberg-Holm:
  cello; Siobhan Duffy: drums; Craig Flanagin: guitar, drums; Alex Klein: 
  bass; Samara Lubelski: fidl; Tanja Lahtinen: vocals; Mia Keinanen: vocals;
  Andy Haas: didgeridoo; Anthony Coleman: sampling keyboard; Elliott Sharp:
  LAP steel; Louis Belogenis: saxophone; Laura Cromwell: drums.

    1994 - Avant (Japan), Avan 032 (CD)

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048 - IN LOVE: Jazz Passengers

    1/ Montage 1                                (Nathanson, Galluccio)   2:13
    2/ Imitation Of A Kiss                      (Nathanson, Ribot, Cale) 6:19
    3/ Jolly Street                             (Fowlkes, Dobbins, RN)   7:45
    4/ Swim To Me                               (Nathanson, David Cale)  3:20
    5/ Dog In Sand                              (Nathanson, Dobbins)     2:40
    6/ Syncretism                               (E.J. Rodriguez)         4:30
    7/ I'll Pray For You                        (Nathanson, A. Lindsay)  4:34
    8/ Think Of Me                              (Jones, Cale, Bobbins, RN)
									 3:32
    9/ [Excerpt 2]                                                       1:07
    10/ Kidnapped                               (Nathanson)              2:51
    11/ The Handsome Man From Fiji              (Nathanson, David Cale)  5:21
    12/ Ring The Bell                           (Bill Ware, Bob Dorough) 6:33
    13/ America Mrs. You                        (B. Jones, Nina Mankin)  6:06
    14/ [Excerpt 3]                                                      0:54
    15/ Your Ambivalence                        (Bill Ware, David Cale)  6:19

    Recorded at Kampo Cultural Center, Sorcerer Sound, and Pilot Studios,
    New York City
    Produced by Hal Willner and Hugo Dwyer

  Curtis Fowlkes: trombone; Brad Jones: bass; Roy Nathanson: tenor, alto, 
  soprano; E.J. Rodriguez: drums, percussion, vocals; Bill Ware: vibes; Jim 
  Nolet (1,8): violin; Elisheba Fowlkes (1): background vocals; Leopoldine 
  Core (1): background vocals; Carter Spurier (1): background vocals; Kate 
  Silverman (1): background vocals; Laurie Galluccio (1): vocals; Wilbur 
  Pauley (1): vocals; Mark Bleeke (1): vocals; Marc Ribot (1,3,7,11): guitar;
  Anthony Coleman (1): pump organ; Marcus Rojas (1,8,10): tuba; Jimmy Scott 
  (2): vocals; Jeff Buckley (3): vocals; Bob Dorough (3,12): vocals; Jenni 
  Muldaur (3,13): vocals; John Kelly (4,11): vocals; Mary Wooten (4,5,11,13): 
  cello; Deborah Harry (5): vocals; Abie "Yawo" Rodriguez (6): background 
  vocals; Manuel Oliveras (6): background vocals; D.K. Dyson (7): vocals; 
  Bernard Fowler (8): vocals; Dave Tronzo (8,13): guitar; Mavis Staples (10): 
  vocals; Sam Furnace (10): baritone saxophone; Josh Workman (11): guitar; 
  Nicole Smith (13): radio dialing; Freedy Johnston (15): vocals.

    1994 - High Street Records (USA), 72902 10328-2 (CD) 

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049 - CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION: Rough Assemblage

    1/ Mit Starken Schlagen Streckt' Ich Dich   (Mark Degliantoni)   
    2/ Contruction et Demolition                (Eric Qin)
    Year One                                    (Norman Yamada)   
      3/ One   
      4/ Two
    5/ Ring' Em                                 (Mark Degliantoni)
    Mr. Eadweard J. Muybridge Observes The Representation (by aid of the
    amazing new Zoopraxiscope) of Horses in Motion Palo Alto, California 1879
						(Eric Qin)
      6/ Walking
      7/ Running
      8/ Trotting
      9/ Galloping

    (1) recorded May 3, 1993 at Baby Monster Studio
    (2) recorded April 17, 1993 at Baby Monster Studio
    (3,4) recorded April 10, 1993 at Baby Monster Studio
    (5) recorded April 17, 1993 at Baby Monster Studio
    (6-9) recorded May 3, 1993 at Baby Monster Studio

  Christine Bard (1-5): percussion; Mark Degliantoni (1,5): keyboard sampler;
  James Pugliese (2-4): percussion, glockenspiel; Marc Ribot (3,4): guitar; 
  Chris Wood (3,4): bass; Norman Yamada (3,4): conductor; Tim Smith (5): bass
  clarinet; Anthony Coleman (5): keyboard sampler; Leonard Emanuel (5): holle-
  rin; Lindy Clear (5): ringing the Pig; Lindsey Horner (6-9): amplified bass.

    1995 - Avant (Japan), Avan 017 (CD)

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*** - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME 6: various artists

  This record features Anthony Coleman's Self-haters, Fantods, Ned Rothenberg
  and Glen Velez, Chris Cunningham, Estabmatique, Tom Varner Trio, No Safety,
  Tom Cora Project, Kuru, Babe the Blue Ox, Knitting Factory noises and Jimi
  Monk.

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with his band Self-haters:

    ?/ ???

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-163 (CD)

  Note: this record was never released because the first choices did not work
  out; there is still a possibility that it might be released... one day.

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050 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY: John Zorn's Cobra

    1/ Hemachatus Haemachatus                                            2:11
    2/ Naja Naja Atra                                                    3:40
    3/ Many-Banded Krait                                                10:58
    4/ Taipan                                                            1:30
    5/ D. Popylepis                                                      3:20
    6/ Lampropeltis Doliata Syspila                                      1:30
    7/ Boomslang                                                        11:07
    8/ Maticora Intestinalis                                             6:13
    9/ Acanthopis Antarcticus                                            4:00
    10/ Hydrophiidae                                                     5:42
    11/ Ngu Sam Liem                                                     0:53
    12/ Ophiophagus Hannah                                               1:25
    13/ Boulengerina                                                     5:23
    14/ Laticauda Laticauda                                              2:58

    (1) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in January 1992
    (2) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in February 1992 
    (3) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in March 1992 
    (4,5) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in April 1992
    (6) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in May 1992 
    (7) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in June 1992 
    (8) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in July 1992 
    (9) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in August 1992 
    (10) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in September 1992 
    (11,12) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in October 1992 
    (13) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in November 1992 
    (14) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in December 1992 
    Produced by Anthony Coleman and Norman Yamada

  Christine Bard (1,3,7): drums; Anthony Coleman (1-3,7,9): sampler; Mark 
  Degliantoni (1-3,9): sampler; Curtis Fowlkes (1,3): trombone; Evan Gallagher
  (1,2,6,8,10): keyboards, sampler, trombone, cornet; Gisburg (1,4,5,7): voice
  (soprano), mouth organ, tin whistle; Roy Nathanson (1,3,7,9): soprano, alto,
  tenor; James Pugliese (1,2,7,9): drums, sampler, percussion; Marcus Rojas 
  (1,13): tuba; David Shea (1,2,9): sampler; Doug Wieselman (1): clarinet; 
  Michelle Kinney (2,13): cello, electronics; Tim Spelios (2): CD players; 
  David Weinstein (2): sampler; Brad Jones (3): string bass; Myra Melford (3):
  synthesizer; Zeena Parkins (3,7): electric harp; Marc Ribot (3,7): electric
  guitar; Jay Rodrigues (3): alto; E.J. Rodriguez (3,14): drums, percussion;
  Bill Ware (3): vibraphone; Jeff Buckley (4,5): voice (tenor); M. Doughty (4,
  5): voice (tenor); Judy Dunaway (4,5,8): voice (mezzo-soprano), electric 
  guitar, balloons; Mark Ettinger (4,5): voice (tenor); Cassie Hoffman (4,5):
  voice (soprano); Nina Mankin (4,5): voice (mezzo-soprano); Chris Nelson (4,
  5): voice (baritone); Juliet Palmer (4,5): voice (alto); Wilbur Pauley (4,
  5): voice (bass); Rick Porterfield (4,5): voice (baritone); Eric Qin (4,5):
  voice (baritone); Kevin Sharp (4,5): voice (throat); Louie Belogenis (6): 
  drums; Steven Bernstein (6,10,13,14): sampler, trumpet, slide trumpet; Dawn
  Buckholz (6): sampler; Joe Gallant (6,10): string bass, 6-string contrabass
  guitar; Randy Hutton (6): synthesizer; Margaret Lancaster (6): soprano, 
  alto; Fred Lonberg-Holm (6,8,11,12): electric harp, tape recorder, CD pla-
  yers, noisemakers, cornet; Vito Ricci (6): electric guitar; Walter Thompson
  (6,10): alto, baritone, flute; Ed Broms (7): string bass; Tamela Glenn (7):
  voice (soprano); Lee Hyla (7): sampler; Tim Smith (7): bass clarinet; Chris
  Wood (7,9): string bass; Bob Lipman (8): electric guitar, bongos, percus-
  sion; Leslie Ross (8,11,12): bassoon, electric bassoon, shawm, various 
  reeds; Blaise Siwula (8): alto, trumpet; Kiku Wada (8): electric guitar; 
  David Watson (8,11,12): electric guitar, trumpet; Steve Waxman (8): electric
  bass, pocket trumpet, percussion; Michael Evans (9,10): drums, percussion; 
  Craig Flanagin (9): electric guitar; K.J. Grant (9,11,12): electric bass, 
  voice (alto); John King (9): dobro; Sharon Topper (9): voice (soprano), 
  noisemakers; John Zorn (9): alto; David Cast Castigilione (10,14): tenor, 
  bass clarinet, baritone saxophone; Allan Chase (10): soprano, alto; Hollis 
  Headrick (10): drums; Rolf Sturm (10): electric guitar; Steve Swell (10): 
  trombone; Thomas Ulrich (10): cello; Nick Balaban (11,12): synthesizers; 
  April Chung (11,12): violin; Paul Hoskin (11,12): baritone; Donna Jewell 
  (11,12): voice (soprano); James Lo (11,12): drums; Makigami Koichi (11,12):
  voice (tenor); Matthew Ostrowski (11,12): analog synthesizer; Greg Anderson
  (13): acoustic, string instruments; David Krakauer (13): clarinet, bass cla-
  rinet; Frank London (13): trumpet, percussion; Paul Morrissett (13): kaval,
  gaida, violin; Andrea Parkins (13): accordion; Sebastian Steinberg (13): 
  electric bass; Alicia Svigals (13): violin; Jane Tomkiewicz (13): percus-
  sion; Billy Martin (14): percussion, talking drum; Ben Perowsky (14): drums;
  Adam Rogers (14): electric guitar; Dan Rosengard (14): synthesizers; Danny
  Sedownik (14): percussion; Paul Shapiro (14): soprano, tenor, flute; Tronzo
  (14): slide guitar.

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 124 (CD)

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051 - BAD BOYS OF THE ARCTIC: Gary Lucas

    1/ After Strange Gods                       (Lucas)                  3:30
    2/ Poison I.V. League                       (Lucas)                  3:25
    3/ Jericho                                  (Lucas)                  2:51
    4/ Children's March - Over The Hills And Far Away
                                                (Percy Grainger)         3:46
    5/ Exit, Pursued By A Bear                  (Lucas)                  3:43
    6/ I Want To Play Your Guitar               (Lucas)                  2:49
    7/ They Can't Believe He's Risen Again      (Lucas)                  2:46
    8/ Out From Under                           (Lucas)                  3:29
    9/ Let's Go Swimming                        (Arthur Russell)         6:59
    10/ The Nightmare Of History                (Lucas)                  1:43
    11/ Vampire Circus                          (Lucas)                  5:07
    12/ Cantina                                 (Lucas)                  4:30

    Produced by Gary Lucas

  Gary Lucas: guitars, voice, sampler; Jonathan Kane: drums; Jean Chaine:
  bass; Dina Emerson (1,5): voice; Kenny and Larry (2): voices; Sonya Cohen
  (3,6,8): voice; Kumiko Kimoto (10): voice; Ernie Brooks (1,5): bass; Greg
  Cohen (3): acoustic bass; Greg Bendian (1,5): percussion; Anthony Kane (1):
  mouth harp; Anthony Coleman (5): piano; A. Leroy (3): spinet; Bill Ruyle
  (3): hammer dulcimer; Eric Kory (6): cello; Fred Lonberg-Holm (3): cello;
  Jared Nickerson (6): bass; Tony Thunder Smith (6): drums; Sammy Merendino
  (11): sampler, drums.

    1994 - Enemy, EMY 146-2 (CD)

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052 - KNITTING FACTORY AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM: various artists

  This record features QWERTYUIOP, Andrea Parkins Trio, Liminal, Roy Nathanson
  & Anthony Coleman, Samm Bennett's History of the Last Five Minutes, Matt
  Darriau's Paradox Trio, Selfhaters Orchestra, Spanish Fly, Tronzo Trio,
  PEEP.

  Anthony Coleman plays on two tracks, one in duo with Roy Nathanson:

    4/ Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue
                                                (Mingus)                 4:46
 
  Roy Nathanson: saxes; Anthony Coleman: keyboards.

  and one with Selfhaters Orchestra:
 
    7/ Eurotrash Ballad                                                  5:31

    Recorded live at the Old Knit on July 29, 1994

  Doug Wieselman: clarinet; Michaël Attias: alto, baritone saxophone, clari-
  net; Fred Lonberg-Holm: cello; Anthony Coleman: sampler piano, electric
  organ, voice; James Pugliese: trumpet, drums.

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 161 (CD)

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053 - KLEZMER MADNESS!: David Krakauer

    1/ Africa Bulgar                            (traditional)            3:42
    2/ Bogota Bulgar                            (traditional)            4:06
    3/ A Few Bowls Terkish                      (traditional)            4:37
    4/ At The Rabbi's Table                     (traditional)            5:14
    5/ Doina/Death March Suite                	(traditional)           10:32
    6/ Funky Dave                               (Tarras, Heimisher Sher) 5:53
    7/ The Ballad Of Chernobyl                  (traditional)            5:19
    8/ Gong Doina                               (Krakauer, Licht)        2:19
    9/ Living With The H Tune                   (traditional)            6:03
    10/ Rachab                                  (John Zorn)              1:27

    Recorded by Hugo Dwyer at Baby Monster Studios, New York City
    Produced by Hugo Dwyer and David Krakauer

  David Krakauer: clarinet, bass clarinet; Michael Alpert: accordion, vocals;
  David Licht: drums; Anthony Coleman (4,7): keyboard sampler; Adam Rogers
  (6): guitar; Guillermo (Willie) Penate (2): guiro; Juan Ortega (2): timb-
  ales; Oscar Ortega (2): congas.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7101 (CD)

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054 - SEPHARDIC TINGE: Anthony Coleman Trio

    1/ Quando El Rey Nimrod                     (traditional Sephardic)  4:02
    2/ Bye-Ya                                   (Monk)                   5:11
    3/ Ladino Passacaglia                       (Coleman)                5:06
    4/ Belz                                     (Olshanetsky, Jacobs)    4:54
    5/ Bert Williams                            (Jelly Roll Morton)      4:04
    6/ Sarajevo                                 (Coleman)                4:17
    7/ Doina                                    (Coleman)                8:06
    8/ Ask Anthony 2                            (Coleman, Cohen, Baron)  6:14
    9/ Una Matica De Ruda                       (traditional Sephardic)  6:32

    (1,3,8) recorded on December 29, 1993 at Kampo Recording Studio
    (2,4,5,7,9) recorded on December 8, 1993 at Kampo Recording Studio
    (6) recorded on January 12, 1994 at Baby Monster Studio
    Produced by Anthony Coleman and Hugo Dwyer

  Anthony Coleman: piano; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7102 (CD)

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055 - TOPS OF TREES: Carol Emanuel

    1/ Travel                                   (Evan Lurie)             5:58
    2/ Christ Mass                              (Butch Morris)           8:27
    3/ Singing Sands                            (Guy Klucevsek)          5:18
    4/ Tasmanian Devil                          (John Zorn)              5:41
    5/ Blue Ridge                               (Amy Rubin)              7:25
    6/ Diminishing Returns                      (Anthony Coleman)        4:05
    7/ Parallel Play                            (Marty Ehrlich)          8:54
    8/ Listening To Robin                       (Wayne Horvitz)          5:31
    9/ How Long Is The Coast Of Britanny?       (Bobby Previte)         12:01
    10/ This Is Only America                    (Bill Frisell)           7:03

    Recorded at RPM Studios, East Side Sound, and Live Wire Studio, New York
    City in 1991 and 1992
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Carol Emanuel: harp; Michelle Kinney (2): cello; Myra Melford (2): harpsi-
  chord; Brandon Ross (2): guitar; Mark Feldman (3): violin; Guy Klucevsek
  (3): accordion; Amy Rubin (5): bass, keyboard; Steve Salerno (5): guitar;
  Tiger Bemford (5): tabla; Anthony Coleman (6): piano; Marc Ribot (6): gui-
  tar; Roy Nathanson (6): soprano; Marty Ehrlich (7): bass clarinet; Hank
  Roberts (7): cello; Vicki Bodner (8): oboe; Bobby Previte (9): drums;
  Jerome Harris (9): guitar; Steve Gaboury (9): keyboard; Nikki Gregoroff (9):
  vocals.

    1995 - Koch Jazz (USA), KOC 3-7802 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Japan), 33002 (CD)

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056 - FILMWORKS II - MUSIC FOR AN UNTITLED FILM BY WALTER HILL: John Zorn

    1/ Intro					(Zorn)			 3:07
    2/ I Stole From Jesus Christ		(Zorn)			 0:49
    3/ Gold					(Zorn)			 0:48
    4/ Main Title				(Zorn)			 1:55
    5/ THE BUILDING				(Zorn)			 0:56
    6/ Meatlocker				(Zorn)			 0:55
    7/ Pigeons					(Zorn)			 0:52
    8/ Scuffle					(Zorn)			 0:19
    9/ Exploring				(Zorn)			 0:58
    10/ Rattlesnakes (for Sergio Leone)		(Zorn)			 1:43
    11/ Two Interiors				(Zorn)			 0:38
    12/ Stealth					(Zorn)			 0:42
    13/ Action					(Zorn)			 0:48
    14/ Dumping The Body			(Zorn)			 0:34
    15/ The Trunk				(Zorn)			 0:06
    16/ Escape Attempt				(Zorn)			 1:39
    17/ Arrival					(Zorn)			 0:43
    18/ Prying At The Windows			(Zorn)			 0:35
    19/ Arsenal					(Zorn)			 0:54
    20/ King James				(Zorn)			 1:04
    21/ Powerline				(Zorn)			 0:19
    22/ The Magic Of Gold			(Zorn)			 2:25
    23/ Chimney					(Zorn)			 0:23
    24/ Dilemma					(Zorn)			 1:12
    25/ Conspiracy				(Zorn)			 0:45
    26/ The Plot (part one)			(Zorn)			 1:32
    27/ The Plot (part two)			(Zorn)			 0:43
    28/ Heroin Fix				(Zorn)			 2:40
    29/ Lucky Run				(Zorn)			 0:58
    30/ Vengeance Is Mine			(Zorn)			 2:03
    31/ Escape					(Zorn)			 2:00
    32/ Kill Fever				(Zorn)			 1:15
    33/ Outside					(Zorn)			 0:21
    34/ Ending					(Zorn)			 0:50
    35/ Alternate Ending/End Title		(Zorn)			 2:32
    36/ Arsenal Dance Mix			(Zorn)			 3:57

    Recorded at Shelley Palmer Studios, New York City in May/June 1992
    Produced by John Zorn

  Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percussion; Anthony Coleman: prepared piano, key-
  boards; Carol Emanuel: harp; Andy Haas: didjeridu; Jim Pugliese: percussion;
  Marc Ribot: guitar, banjo; David Shea: turntables, sampler.

    1995 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88753 (CD)
    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7306 (CD)

  Note: this music was originally composed as the score to Walter Hill's film,
  "Trespass". Ry Cooder was drafted to score an alternative soundtrack that
  was ultimately used in the film (Thanks to Phil Brophy/James Douglas Knox).

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057 - PUSS 02: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ Dance                                    (Flanagin)               2:13
    2/ Pocketful Of Sugar                       (Flanagin)               2:58
    3/ Duck Duck Duck Goose                     (Flanagin)               2:16
    4/ Coffee & Cake                            (Flanagin)               1:35
    5/ Secrets                                                           1:18
    6/ Chicken Reel                             (trad., arr. Flanagin)   0:55
    7/ 9 1/2 Out Of 10                          (Flanagin)               2:22
    8/ Morton Gets The Urge                     (Lonberg-Holm)           0:39
    9/ At Home                                  (Flanagin)               0:52
    10/ Did It                                  (CF,ST,ME,AK,SD)         2:06
    11/ Slow Dismemberment                      (Flanagin)               3:24
    12/ Pretty Spoiled                          (Flanagin)               2:38
    13/ Numbness & Tingling                     (Flanagin)               1:22
    14/ Careless Love                           (trad.)                  1:16
    15/ Quinie Q                                (Flanagin)               2:28
    16/ Cool                                    (Flanagin)               1:14
    17/ Asoi!                                   (trad.)                  2:28
    18/ Puss In Boots                           (Flanagin)               1:46
    19/ Haiku A                                 (Flanagin,               0:22
    20/ ...Meanwhile...                         (words by Fly)           3:05
    21/ Can't Be What I Am                      (Flanagin)               2:04
    22/ Batgirl Gets A C-Section                (Flanagin, Stern)        2:22
    23/ Cunla                                   (trad., arr. Topper)     1:21
    24/ Musica Caliente                         (Flanagin)               3:30
    25/ Smooth & Clean                          (Flanagin, Stern)        2:17
    26/ Hallowed Ground                         (Flanagin)               0:59
    27/ Sex Is For Making Babies                (Flanagin)               2:13
    28/ Teenage Boyfriend                                                1:39
    29/ Jackie 60                               (Flanagin, Klein)        0:49

    Recorded at Don Fury's Studio, New York City
    Produced by Craig Flanagin and Don Fury

  Sharon Topper: vocals, clarinet, drums, percussion; Craig Flanagin: guitar, 
  bass, drums, bells, machine drums, banjo, ukelele; Yoshimi P-Wee (1,11,12,
  28): vocals, drums; Gilles-Vincent "Dizzi" Reider (1,5,7,11,13,18,25,28): 
  drums; Jim Moffitt (1,5,11,13,18,19,21): drums; Chan Marshall (2,12,13,28): 
  vocals; Fred Lonberg-Holm (2,4,6,7,10,12,15,17,25,27): cello, banjo, mand-
  olin; Alex Klein (2,3,4,6,8,9,10,15,16,17,22,23,24,26,27,28,29): bass; 
  Christine Bard (2,4,15,16,17,22): drums; Siobhan Duffy (3,7,9,10,16,22,23,
  26,29): drums; Laura Cromwell (3,7,15,20,22,28): drums; Michael Evans (3,4,
  10,15,17,24,26): drums, saxophone; Danny Wilker (5,13,18,21): guitar; Fly 
  (5,20): singing; Dan Brown (8,27): drums; Alexa Firat (20): drums; Kurt 
  Wilner (22): harmonica; Anthony Coleman (24): sampling machine; Meredith 
  Shantz (25): vocals; Eddie Stern (25): kroncong.

    1995 - Dark Beloved Cloud/The Making Of Americans, DBC #202/MoA #020 (CD)

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058 - TIME OUT/KNITTING FACTORY WORKS SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features Arto Lindsay Trio, Goldberg/Dunn/Schott/Wollesen,
  Anthony Braxton and Mario Pavone Quintet, Rebecca Moore, Third Person,
  Hooker/Ranaldo/Parkins, Thomas Chapin Trio, X-Legged Sally, Matt Darriau's
  Paradox Trio, Mark Dresser, Samm Bennett's History Of The Last Five Minutes,
  Myth Science, Liminal.

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with Myth Science:

    12/ Love In Outer Space                     (Sun Ra)                10:50

  Reuben Radding: bass; Briggan Krauss: alto; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Ed
  Ware: drums; Tim Otto: saxophone.

    1996 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 193 (CD)

  See LOVE IN OUTER SPACE (1996) for further references.

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059 - LOVE IN OUTER SPACE: Myth-Science

    1/ Discipline (Children Of The Sun)         (Sun Ra)                 9:47
    2/ Love In Outer Space                      (Sun Ra)                10:55
    3/ Kingdom Of Not                           (Sun Ra)                 9:35
    4/ Love On A Faraway Planet                 (Sun Ra)                13:25
    5/ Space Loneliness                         (Sun Ra)                12:27
    6/ Springtime In Chicago                    (Sun Ra)                 6:26
    7/ Space Fling                              (Sun Ra)                 7:52

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory Tap Bar on October 7-8, 1995
    Produced by Reuben Radding and Brett Heinz

  Reuben Radding: bass; Tim Otto: tenor; Anthony Coleman: organ; Briggan
  Krauss: alto; Ed Ware: drums.

    1996 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-183 (CD)

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060 - 3 HEADS: Chris Cochrane's Suck Pretty

    1/ Unthinkable                              (Suck Pretty)            2:27
    2/ False Face                               (Suck Pretty)            2:58
    3/ A Sleep                                  (Suck Pretty)            2:20
    4/ All Of A Sudden                          (Suck Pretty)            2:23
    5/ Help Me                                  (Suck Pretty)            2:54
    6/ Dead Beat                                (Suck Pretty)            2:52
    7/ Stolen                                   (Cochrane, Ware)         1:43
    8/ Karl's Shirt                             (Suck Pretty)            2:01
    9/ Simple                                   (Suck Pretty)            3:58
    10/ Last Night, Again                       (Suck Pretty)            2:40
    11/ Urinal                                  (Suck Pretty)            3:30
    12/ Amnesia                                 (Suck Pretty)            3:35
    13/ 4th Time Broke                          (Cochrane)               2:14
    14/ Crate                                   (Suck Pretty)            1:41
    15/ Vegetables: Explain It                  (Brian Wilson)           4:25
    16/ Jesus                                   (Cochrane)               0:56

    Recorded on December 10 and 11, 1995
    Produced by Chris Cochrane

  Chris Cochrane: guitar, sampler, organ, voice; Dom Richards: bass, slide
  bass; Ed Ware: drums, percussion; Dudley Saunders: voice, acoustic guitar;
  Anthony Coleman: piano.

    1996 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 181 (CD)

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061 - FILMWORKS III: John Zorn

  Thieves Quartet (1993), directed by Joe Chappelle
    1/ Main Title                               (Zorn)                   1:00
    2/ The Caper                                (Zorn)                   0:57
    3/ Cadence                                  (Zorn)                   0:15
    4/ Kidnapping                               (Zorn)                   2:15
    5/ Doubt                                    (Zorn)                   0:19
    6/ Nocturne 1                               (Zorn)                   0:26
    7/ Nocturne 2                               (Zorn)                   0:55
    8/ Bag Man                                  (Zorn)                   2:00
    9/ The Cop                                  (Zorn)                   0:27
    10/ Nocturne 3                              (Zorn)                   0:55
    11/ Juke Box                                (Zorn)                   2:45
    12/ End Titles                              (Zorn)                   4:28

    Recorded in New York City in July 1993

  John Zorn: alto, piano on (12); Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass;
  Joey Baron: drums; Robert Quine (11): guitar.

  Music For Tsunta (1988), directed by Kiriko Kubo
    13/ Music For Tsunta (nine cues)            (Zorn)                   3:31

    Recorded in New York City in February 1988

  Bill Frisell: guitar, banjo; Peter Scherer: keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp;
  Christian Marclay: turntables; David Hofstra: bass, tuba; Cyro Baptista:
  percussion, voice; Bobby Previte: drums, percussion.

  Hollywood Hotel (1994), directed by Mei-Juin Chen
    14/ Main Titles                             (Zorn)                   1:36
    15/ Washing Machine a                       (Zorn)                   0:26
    16/ Washing Machine b                       (Zorn)                   0:39
    17/ Night Hotel                             (Zorn)                   1:17
    18/ Japanese Tourists                       (Zorn)                   1:54
    19/ Night Hotel 2                           (Zorn)                   1:18
    20/ Objects                                 (Zorn)                   3:16
    21/ Night Hotel 3                           (Zorn)                   1:00
    22/ Rooftop Death Rattle                    (Zorn)                   0:59
    23/ Taiwan                                  (Zorn)                   3:48
    24/ End Titles                              (Zorn)                   1:50

    Recorded in New York City on April 21, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Marc Ribot: guitars.

  Music For Weiden And Kennedy (1990-1995)
    25/ Holland                                 (Zorn)                   0:16
    26/ Canada                                  (Zorn)                   0:31
    27/ France                                  (Zorn)                   0:16
    28/ Germany                                 (Zorn)                   0:33
    29/ Sweden                                  (Zorn)                   0:30
    30/ USA                                     (Zorn)                   0:28
    31/ Canada 2                                (Zorn)                   0:15
    32/ Sweden 2                                (Zorn)                   0:15
    33/ Italy                                   (Zorn)                   0:14
    34/ Great Lobby                             (Zorn)                   0:33
    35/ Wheelchair Races                        (Zorn)                   0:42
    36/ Logo                                    (Zorn)                   0:14
    37/ Secret Code                             (Zorn)                   0:34
    38/ Secret Code 2                           (Zorn)                   1:04
    39/ Don't Break                             (Zorn)                   0:40
    40/ Don't Break 2                           (Zorn)                   1:09
    41/ Footnotes                               (Zorn)                   0:35
    42/ Footnotes 2                             (Zorn)                   1:10
    43/ Retraction                              (Zorn)                   0:41
    44/ Retraction 2                            (Zorn)                   1:15
    45/ Protest                                 (Zorn)                   0:39
    46/ Protest 2                               (Zorn)                   1:13
    47/ Launch                                  (Zorn)                   0:42
    48/ Launch 2                                (Zorn)                   1:14
    49/ Elevator                                (Zorn)                   0:40
    50/ Elevator 2                              (Zorn)                   1:09
    51/ Fiance                                  (Zorn)                   0:39
    52/ Fiance 2                                (Zorn)                   1:13
    53/ Around the World                        (Zorn)                   1:06
    54/ Batman                                  (Zorn)                   0:32
    55/ Abstract Woman                          (Zorn)                   0:35
    56/ Mystic Woman                            (Zorn)                   0:39 

    (25-33) recorded in New York City in November 1990
    (34) recorded in New York City in March 1992
    (35,36) recorded in New York City on August 25, 1993
    (37-52) recorded in New York City on May 13, 1994
    (53) recorded in New York City on November 3, 1994
    (54-56) recorded in New York City on January 24, 1990

  Carol Emanuel: harp; Marc Ribot: banjo, guitar; Cyro Baptista: percussion;
  Kermit Driscoll: bass; Peter Scherer: keyboards; David Shea: samples; Arto
  Lindsay: guitar, voice; Bill Laswell: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines; Keith
  Underwood: flute; Jill Jaffee: viola; Miguel Frasconi: glass harmonica; 
  Robert Quine: guitar; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Anthony Coleman: organ, 
  keyboards; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Chris Wood: bass; Sim Cain:
  drums; Eric Friedlander: cello; John Zorn: alto.  

    1996 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-????? (CD)
    1996 - Evva (Japan), 33006 (CD)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7309 (CD)

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062 - BAR KOKHBA: John Zorn

  Music interpreted by Masada Chamber Ensembles.

  Disc 1:
    1/ Gevurah                                  (Zorn)                   6:55
    2/ Nezikin                                  (Zorn)                   1:51
    3/ Mahshav                                  (Zorn)                   4:33
    4/ Rokhev                                   (Zorn)                   3:10
    5/ Abidan                                   (Zorn)                   5:19
    6/ Sheloshim                                (Zorn)                   5:03
    7/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)                   2:25
    8/ Paran                                    (Zorn)                   4:48
    9/ Mahlah                                   (Zorn)                   7:48
    10/ Socoh                                   (Zorn)                   4:07
    11/ Yechida                                 (Zorn)                   8:24
    12/ Bikkurim                                (Zorn)                   3:25
    13/ Idalah-Abal                             (Zorn)                   5:04
  Disc 2:
    14/ Tannaim                                 (Zorn)                   4:38
    15/ Nefesh                                  (Zorn)                   3:33
    16/ Abidan                                  (Zorn)                   3:13
    17/ Mo'ed                                   (Zorn)                   4:59
    18/ Maskil                                  (Zorn)                   4:41
    19/ Mishpatim                               (Zorn)                   6:46
    20/ Sansanah                                (Zorn)                   6:56
    21/ Shear-Jashub                            (Zorn)                   2:06
    22/ Mahshav                                 (Zorn)                   4:50
    23/ Sheloshim                               (Zorn)                   6:45
    24/ Mochin                                  (Zorn)                  13:11
    25/ Karaim                                  (Zorn)                   3:39

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York City in August 1994, December
    1995 and March 1996
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman (2,4,6,10,12,14,16,20,21,25): violin; Erik Friedlander (2,4,6,
  10,12,14,16,21,25): cello; Greg Cohen (2,4,6,9,10,12,14,16,18,21,25): bass; 
  Marc Ribot (9,18,24): guitar; Anthony Coleman (1,3,11,17,19): piano; David 
  Krakauer (3,8): clarinets; John Medeski (5,7,8,13,15,17,20,22,23): organ, 
  piano; Mark Dresser (1,15,19): bass; Kenny Wollesen (1,2,15,19,23): drums; 
  Chris Speed (5,13,20,23): clarinet; Dave Douglas (23): trumpet.

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7108-2 (2xCD)

  Note: some of this music was originally recorded for THE ART OF REMEMBERANCE
  -- SIMON WIESENTHAL, a feature documentary film by Johanna Heer and Werner
  Schmiedel.

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063 - SHADOWS IN THE SEA: Gisburg

    1/ Low-End                                                           3:39
    2/ Since You Have Left                                               2:48
    3/ The Woman Is Perfected                                            3:01
    4/ Sharks                                                            5:34
    5/ Night                                                             2:48
    6/ And Wind                                                          2:35
    7/ Saturnspacemonsters Walking On A Sandy Surface                    5:13
    8/ Old Moon                                                          1:10
    9/ Im Winter                                                         3:04
    10/ Never Saw The Stars So Bright                                    3:23
    11/ Habe Die Liebe Verschlafen                                       3:12
    12/ W.A.L.S.C.H.                                                     4:46

  Gisburg: vocal, flute; Jeff O'Malley: narrator; Christine Bard: percussion;
  Anthony Coleman: piano; Midori Seiler: violin; Ron Lawrence: viola; Guy
  Tyler: bass.

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7019 (CD)

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064 - SELFHATERS: Anthony Coleman

    1/ Hidden Language                          (Coleman, Selfhaters)    3:37
    2/ Bim                                      (Selfhaters)             4:29
    3/ Eurotrash Ballade                        (Coleman)                5:34
    4/ You Don't Know What Love Is              (Raye, DePaul)           5:02
    5/ The Dream Factory                        (Coleman)               11:01
    6/ The Mooche                               (Ellington, Miley)       4:34
    7/ Bom                                      (Selfhaters)             6:30
    8/ Goodbye And Good Luck                    (Coleman)               13:01

    (1) recorded at Alterknit on January 25, 1996
    (2,7) recorded at Roulette on October 28, 1995
    (3) recorded at Knitting Factory on October 19, 1994
    (4,5) recorded at Baby Monster, New York on March 17, 1996
    (6) recorded at Knitting Factory on July 29, 1994
    (8) recorded at Kampo Recording Studio on December 29, 1993
    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Anthony Coleman: organ, piano, sampler piano, voice, trombone, accordion;
  James Pugliese: percussion, trumpet; Doug Wieselman (all but (6)): E-flat
  clarinet; David Krakauer (8): bass clarinet; Michaël Attias (3,4,5,6):
  clarinet, alto, baritone saxophone; Fred Lonberg-Holm (3,4,5,6): cello,
  banjo; Roy Nathanson (6): clarinet, soprano.

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7110 (CD)

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065 - WHAT IS JAZZ? FESTIVAL 1996: various artists

  This record features Charlie Hunter Quartet, Clusone Trio, Anthony Coleman's
  Sephardic Tinge, Mario Pavone Sextet, Matt Darriau's Paradox Trio, Horace
  Tapscott Trio, Matthew Shipp, Myra Melford - The Same River, Twice, Thomas
  Chapin Trio, David Ware Quartet.

    3/ Ladino Passacaglia                       (Coleman)                5:13

    Recorded live at the Heineken What Is Jazz? Festival in June 1996

  Anthony Coleman: piano; Ken Filiano: bass; Mike Sarin: drums.

    1996 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 195 (CD)

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066 - CAMP STORIES: Roy Nathanson

  Music from the motion picture "Camp Stories", by director Herbert Beigel.

    1/ Opening Credits                          (traditional)            3:12
    2/ Bus                                      (Nathanson)              1:51
    3/ Baseball/Rafterball                      (Nathanson, Coleman)     2:38
    4/ Rain                                     (Nathanson)              1:22
    5/ First Moishe/Katz Leaves Moishe          (Nathanson)              2:05
    6/ Poe                                      (Nathanson)              1:12
    7/ First Girl Cue                           (Evan Beigel)            1:59
    8/ Dunking Katz                             (Nathanson)              1:00
    9/ Moishe And Wife                          (Nathanson, Coleman)     1:15
    10/ Moishe's Theme                          (Nathanson)              1:13
    11/ Hine Ma'Tov                             (Hayes, Gilbert, Hellerman,
                                                Hamilton)                1:15
    12/ After The Dance                         (Nathanson)              0:31
    13/ Second Girl Cue                         (Evan Beigel)            0:43
    14/ Lascivious                              (Nathanson)              0:34
    15/ Sandwiches                              (Nathanson)              0:40
    16/ Long Shot Of Schlomo                    (Nathanson)              1:17
    17/ Schlomo Has Troubles                    (Nathanson)              1:09
    18/ Raid Sequence                           (Nathanson)              3:06
    19/ Third Girl Cue                          (Evan Beigel)            1:49
    20/ Paul And Katz                           (Nathanson)              0:47
    21/ Walk Back From Fight                    (Nathanson)              2:13
    22/ Long Last Walk                          (Coleman)                3:26
    23/ Closing Credits                         (traditional)            3:06

    Recorded at Kampo Cultural Center

  Roy Nathanson: sax, clarinet; Doug Wieselman: clarinet; Curtis Fowlkes:
  trombone; Anthony Coleman: piano, drums; Bill Ruhle: hammered dulcimer;
  Mary Wooten: cello; Tomas Ulrich: cello; Rob Thomas: violin; Brad Jones:
  bass; E.J. Rodriguez: drums.

    1996 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 199 (CD)

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067 - THE BEST OF GOD IS MY CO-PILOT: God My Co-Pilot

    15/ Childhood Daydreams Of Abduction & Mutilation
                                                (Coleman, Topper, Flanagin)

    Recorded at Don Fury Studio
    Produced by Craig Flanagin

  Sharon Topper: clarinet, vocals; Craig Flanagin: guitar; Anthony Coleman:
  samples, sequencing; Christine Bard: toms.

    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP82CD (CD)
    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP82?? (CT)

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068 - NEW YORK DOWNTOWN: JAZZ AND OTHER SOUNDS: various artists

  This record features Prima Materia, Don Byron, Liminal, DJ Spooky, X-Legged
  Sally, Samm Bennett's History of the Last Five Minutes, Charles Gayle, Myth
  Science, William Hooker with Lee Renaldo and Zeena Parkins, Steve Naive,
  Borah Bergman and Roscoe Mitchell, Rebecca Moore, Suck Pretty, Kiss My Jazz,
  Arto Lindsay Trio, New & Used, L. Gallucio, Good Kitty, Zony Mash, Fertile
  Crescent, Paradox Trio, Mark Dresser, Andrea Parkins, Camp Stories Stk,
  Kazutoki Umezu, Thomas Chapin Trio & Strings, Joe Gallant and Illuminati.

  Anthony Coleman plays on two tracks, one with Myth Science:

    8/ Space Fling                              (Sun Ra)                 5:46

  and one with Camp Stories Stk:

    27/ Closing Credits                         (traditional)            3:05

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 200 (CD)

  See LOVE IN OUTER SPACE (1996) and CAMP STORIES (1996) for further referen-
  ces.

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069 - JEWS AND THE ABSTRACT TRUTH: Frank London and Greg Wall's Hasidic New
  Wave

    1/ Satmer Hakafos #6                        (traditional, HNW)       8:35
    2/ Sim Shalom                               (London)                10:02
    3/ Tzur Mishelo                             (traditional, HNW)       7:52
    4/ Last Temptaion Of Lady L                 (Wall)                   6:07
    5/ Eliyahu Hanovi                           (traditional, London)    3:28
    6/ V'smachta                                (traditional, HNW)       2:58
    7/ Welcome To The McDonald's In Dachau      (Goldberg, London, Wall) 4:43
    8/ Debka                                    (traditional, HNW)       5:27
    9/ Bobover Wedding March                    (traditional, HNW)       5:39
    10/ Finale: 'Juba' + SH#6 Reprise           (traditional, HNW)       9:48

    (1-3,6,8,9) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City on March 12
    and October 10, 1996
    (4,5,7,10) recorded live in Köln, Germany on November 5, 1993

  Greg Wall: saxophone; Frank London: trumpet, organ; Dave Fiuczynski: guitar; 
  Kenny Davis: bass; Aaron Alexander: drums; Bentsi Gafni (4,5,10): bass; 
  Shlomo Deshet (4,5,10): drums; Ben Goldberg (7): bass clarinet; Anthony 
  Coleman (10): organ; Gary Lucas (10): guitar.

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-192 (CD)
    2004 - Evolver (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: the reissue on Evolver has not been released yet.

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070 - KLEZMANIA: KLEZMER FOR THE NEW MILLENIUM: various artists

  This record features Boiled in Lead (1), Ahava Raba (2), The Klezmatics (3),
  Don Byron (4), Aufwind (5), The Paradox Trio (6), Roy Nathanson/Anthony
  Coleman (7), Frank London (8), Kapeleye (9), New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars
  (10), New Klezmer Trio (11), Godchildren of Soul (12), Twistin' the
  Freylakhs (13).

    7/ Sadegurer Khosid'l                       (Nathanson, Coleman)     3:17

    1997 - Shanachie Records (USA), ?? (CD)

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071 - I COULD'VE BEEN A DRUM: Roy Nathanson and Anthony Coleman

    1/ Ija Mia                                  (trad. Sephardic)        2:56
    2/ L'Amore                                  (Coleman, Nathanson)     6:44
    3/ Mr. Pig Gets A Balloon                   (Nathanson)              2:39
    4/ Rumle                                    (Coleman, Nathanson)     3:37
    5/ Devotional Song #1                       (Coleman, Nathanson)     6:42
    6/ (If I Were A) Drum                       (Coleman)                2:52
    7/ Soprano Ballad                           (Coleman, Nathanson)     3:27
    8/ Ija Mia 2                                (trad. Sephardic)        3:23
    9/ Ben                                      (Coleman, Nathanson)     3:24
    10/ Blues                                   (Nathanson)              4:42

    Recorded at The Studio, New York City
    Produced by Anthony Coleman and Roy Nathason

  Roy Nathanson: soprano, alto, tenor, recorder; Anthony Coleman: piano,
  organ, sampler; Marc Ribot (1,5,6,8): guitar; Brad Jones (9): bass.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7113 (CD)

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072 - SHOE STRING SYMPHONETTES: Marc Ribot

  Music composed to accompany the movies DEATH BY UNNATURAL CAUSES (1,5,14),
  LANDLORD BLUES (2,4,13), AELITA QUEEN OF MARS (3,6,12), PIECES FROM AN
  INCOMPLETE PROJECT (7,8,10,11), and SUMMER SALT (9).

    1/ Looks Like Hell                          (Ribot)                  2:17         
    2/ Hitman                                   (Ribot)                  2:07
    3/ Aelita Suite I                           (Ribot)                  6:46
      3a/ Martian
      3b/ Lost In Space
      3c/ More Martians
      3d/ Harping And Burning
      3e/ Prepare For Landing
    4/ Montuño                                  (Ribot)                  3:28
    5/ Bells                                    (Ayler)                  1:07
    6/ Aelita Suite II                          (Ribot)                  3:05
      6a/ Martian Telescope
      6b/ Men Of Science
    7/ Before The Prison Riot                   (Ribot)                  3:28
    8/ You Kill Him                             (Ribot)                  5:01
    9/ Surf's Down                              (Ribot)                  1:27
    10/ Paul's There                            (Ribot)                  2:22
    11/ Did You?                                (Ribot)                  2:05
    12/ Aelita Suite III                        (Ribot)                  6:54
      12a/ A Message From Mars
      12b/ Martian Battle/Avante Popolo
    13/ End Credits (Landlord Blues)            (Ribot)                  2:12
    14/ End Credits (Death By Unnatural Causes) (Ribot)                  2:54

    (1,5,14) recorded at Bear Track, New York City
    (2,4,13) recorded at Studio Crisp, New York City
    (3,6,12) recorded live at the Meltdown Festival, Royal Festival Hall, 
    London in 1995
    (end of 12b) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City
    (7,8,10,11) recorded at Studio 900, New York City in 1996
    (9) recorded at Splash Studios, New York City in 1993
    Produced by J.D. Foster

  Marc Ribot: guitars, sampler, trumpet, banjo, E-flat horn; Greg Cohen (1,
  14): bass; Jill Jaffe (1,7,8,10,11,14): violin, viola; Brad Jones (2,4,13): 
  bass; Bill Ware (2,4,13): vibraphone; Curtis Fowlkes (2,4,13): trombone; 
  Jim Nolet (2,4,13): violin; Roy Nathanson (2,4,13): saxophone; E.J. 
  Rodriguez (2,4,13): drums, percussion; Gregory Ribot (2,4,13): flute; Paul 
  Clarvis (3,6,12): drums, percussion; Dave Meric (3,6,12): keyboards; Phil 
  Boyden (3,6,12): violin; Helen Thomas (3,6,12): cello; Mike Kearsey (3,6,
  12): trombone; Anthony Coleman (12b): organ; Ikue Mori (12b): percussion;
  Jim Staley (12b): trombone; Dave Douglas (7,8,10,11): trumpet; Vicki Bodner 
  (7,8,10,11): oboe; Charlie Giordano (7,8,10,11): piano, keyboards; Mauro 
  Refosco (7,8,10,11): percussion; Maxine Neuman (7,8,10,11): cello; Tony 
  Garnier (7,8,10,11): bass; John Zorn (9): saxophone; Andy Haas (9): saxo-
  phone; Cyro Baptista (9): drums;

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7504 (CD)

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073 - FILMWORKS IV - S/M + MORE: John Zorn

    1/ Pueblo                                   (Zorn)                   9:04
    2/ Elegant Spanking (Suite)                 (Zorn)                  14:22
    3/ Credits Included (A Video In Red & Green)(Zorn)                   9:38
      3a/ Politics
      3b/ Asylum
    4/ Maogai                                                            6:19
      4a/ Suite
      4b/ Variations
    5/ A Lot Of Fun For The Evil One            (Zorn)                  17:48

    (1-3) recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City
    (4) recorded at Romanisches Cafe, Tokyo
    (5) recorded at Harmonic Ranch, New York City

  Marc Ribot (1): guitar; Robert Quine (1): guitar; Anthony Coleman (1):
  organ; Chris Wood (1): bass; Cyro Baptista (1): percussion; Joey Baron (1):
  drums; Carol Emanuel (2): harp; Jill Jaffee (2): viola; Erik Friedlander
  (2): cello; Jim Pugliese (2): vibes, percussion; Kuroda Kyoko (4): piano;
  John Zorn (3,5): sound design, keyboards.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7310 (CD)

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074 - NEW TRADITIONS IN EAST ASIAN BAR BANDS: John Zorn

    1/ Hu Die (1986)                            (Zorn, Arto Lindsay)    25:09

    Recorded in 1986 and in 1990

  Zhang Jinglin: narrator; Bill Frisell: guitar; Fred Frith: guitar.

    2/ Hwang Chin-Ee (1988)                     (Zorn, Myung Mi Kim)    16:41
   
    Recorded in 1988 and in 1996

  Jung Hee Shin: narrator; Joey Baron: drums; Samm Bennett: drums.

    3/ Quê Trân (1990)                          (Zorn, Lyn Hejinian)    30:46

    Recorded in 1992
 
  Ánh Trân: narrator; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7311 (CD)

  Note: this record was initially planned on Avant, but was finally released
  (after many delays) on Tzadik in March 1997.

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075 - SATYRICON: David Shea

    1/ Opening                                  (Shea)                   2:50
    2/ *Q                                       (Shea)                   5:33
    3/ Psyche                                   (Shea)                   7:58
    4/ Eros                                     (Shea)                   4:25
    5/ The Wheel                                (Shea)                   3:20
    6/ Giton's Theme                            (Shea)                   3:21
    7/ Eumolpus                                 (Shea)                   1:43
    8/ Circe                                    (Shea)                   2:38
    9/ Ars Nova II                              (Shea)                   5:02
    10/ Aphrodesia                              (Shea)                   2:25
    11/ Trimalchio                              (Shea)                   7:45
      11a/
      11b/
    12/ Cave Canem                              (Shea)                   1:07
    13/ The Wife Of Epheseus                    (Shea)                   3:24
    14/ The Dream                               (Shea)                   2:04
    15/ The Waves                               (Shea)                   4:36

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch Studio, New York City in January 1997
    (1,4) recorded at Jim Pugliese's Studio, New York City in September 1996
    (5,10) recorded at Diamond Cutter Studio, New York City in September 1996
    (7) recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in September 1995
    (11a) recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in October 1993
    Produced by David Shea

  David Shea: sampler, synthesizer, piano; Jim Pugliese (1,4,5,7,11a): gongs, 
  bowed vibraphone; Tiziana Kutic (6,13): voice; Erik Friedlander (7): cello;
  Giulio Venier (8,9): violin, baghet (bag pipe); Lucia Clonfero (8): violin;
  Elisa D'Agostini (8): viola; Martina Bertoni (8): cello; Fabio Accurso (9): 
  kobsa (flute), flute, frame drum; Paolo Cecere (9): psaltery, viella; 
  Allesandra Cossi (9): symphonia; Carlo Mariani (9): sardinian launeddas; 
  Dario Marusic (9): mala sopela (Istrian pipes); Marino Kranjac (9): mala 
  sopela (Istrian pipes); Sim Cain (11a): drums; Anthony Coleman (11a): piano, 
  organ; Zeena Parkins (11a): electric harp; Sebastian Steinberg (11a): bass.

    1997 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR111 (CD)

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076 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: BURT BACHARACH: various artists

  This record features Wayne Horvitz (1), Marc Ribot (2), Dave Douglas (3), 
  Guy Klucevsek (4), Kramer (5), Erik Friedlander (6), Joey Baron (7), Zeena 
  Parkins (8), Marc Ribot (9), Fred Frith (10), Medeski/Martin & Wood (11), 
  Elliott Sharp (12), Marie McAuliffe (13), Mike Patton (14), Lloyd Cole and 
  Robert Quine (15), Anthony Coleman's Selfhaters (16), Yuka Honda and Sean 
  Lennon (17), Shelley Hirsch (18), Bill Frisell (19), Eyvind Kang (20).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Close To You                                                      2:24
    2/ Don't Go Breaking My Heart                                        2:52
    3/ Wives And Lovers                                                  8:35
    4/ Who Gets The Guy? / This Guy's In Love With You                   3:43
    5/ Walk On By                                                        3:05
    6/ Promises, Promises                                                5:49
    7/ Alfie                                                             3:29
    8/ Freefall                                                          3:47
    9/ Don't Go Breaking My Heart                                        3:28
    10/ Trains And Boats And Planes                                      4:52
  Disc 2:                                                                
    11/ Do You Know The Way To San Jose                                  3:50
    12/ The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance                                 3:39
    13/ I Say A Little Prayer                                            6:11
    14/ She's Gone Away                                                  3:35
    15/ I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself                         3:20
    16/ A House Is Not A Home                                            5:01
    17/ The Look Of Love                                                 3:55
    18/ What's New Pussycat?                                             3:59
    19/ What The World Needs Now Is Love                                 4:21
    20/ I Took My Strength From You (I Had None)                         6:21

    All music by Burt Bacharach, all lyrics by Hal David
    Recorded August-October 1996

  Robin Holcomb (1): vocals; Julie Wolf (1): vocals; Wayne Horvitz (1): pre-
  pared piano; Timothy Young (1): guitars; Marc Ribot (2,9): guitar; Charlie 
  Giordano (2): keyboards; Greg Cohen (2): bass; Christine Bard (2): drums; 
  Dave Douglas (3): trumpet; Scott Robinson (3): bass saxophone, piccolo, 
  flute; Uri Caine (3): piano; Guy Klucevsek (4): accordion; Kramer (5): all 
  intruments, vocals; Erik Friedlander (6): cello; Chris Speed (6): clarinet;
  Andrew D'Angelo (6): bass clarinet; Drew Gress (6): bass; Joey Baron (7): 
  drums; Zeena Parkins (8): harps, organ; Sara Parkins (8): violin; Ikue Mori 
  (8): electric percussion; Fred Frith (10): all instruments, vocals; John 
  Medeski (11): Mellotron, organ, electric piano; Chris Wood (11): bass; Billy 
  Martin (11): drums; Elliott Sharp (12): all instruments; Marie McAuliffe 
  (13): piano; David Hofstra (13): bass; Kevin Norton (13): drums; Robert 
  Henke (13): flugelhorn; Clare Daly (13): tenor; Chris Washburne (13): trom-
  bone; Mike Patton (14): vocals, keyboards; William Winant (14): percussion, 
  hammered dulcimer; David Slusser (14): theremin; Trey Spruance (14): guitar;
  Michael Peloquin (14): harmonica; Lloyd Cole (15): guitar, vocals; Robert 
  Quine (15): guitars; Anthony Coleman (16,18): keyboards, trombone, vocals, 
  accordion; Doug Wieselman (16): clarinet; Jim Pugliese (16): percussion, 
  trumpet; Yuka Honda (17): keyboards, vocals; Sean Lennon (17): guitar, 
  keyboards, drums, vocals; Shelley Hirsch (18): vocals; Jim Staley (18): 
  trombone; Jon Hodges (18): background vocals; Max Lyandvent (18): background 
  vocals; Bill Frisell (19): guitar; Eyvind Kang (20): erhu, acoustic and 
  electric violins; Mint (20): bass, keyboard, drums, finger cymbals, alto 
  recorder.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7114-2 (2xCD)

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077 - THE JAZZ VOICE: various artists

  This record features Jazz Passengers (1), Lo Galluccio (2), Abbey Lincoln 
  (3), Kevin Mahogany (4), Jeri Brown (5), Norma Winstone (6), Mingus Big 
  Band (7), Joe Gallant & Illuminati (8), Gisburg (9), Thomas Chapin Trio 
  (10), Sam Morgan's Jug Band (11).

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with Gisburg:

    9/ Since You Have Left                      (Gisburg, Coleman)       2:48

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works/The Village Voice (USA), KFW 212 (CD)

  See SHADOWS IN THE SEA (1996) for further references on (9).

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078 - DURAS: DUCHAMP: John Zorn

    Duras                                       (Zorn)
      1/ Premier Livre                                                  14:42
      2/ Deuxieme Livre                                                  0:51
      3/ Troisieme Livre                                                16:47
      4/ Epilogue                                                        1:32
    Etant Donnés                                (Zorn)
      5/ 1-69                                                           13:17

    (1-4) recorded at Avatar, New York City on May Day 1997
    (5) recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City on April 1, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Cenovia Cummins (1-4): violin; Anthony Coleman (1-4):
  piano; John Medeski (1-4): organ; Christine Bard (1-4): percussion; Jim
  Pugliese: percussion; John Zorn: conductor; Erik Friedlander (5): cello.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7023 (CD)

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079 - ARNHEM LAND: Andy Haas

    1/ Escarpment                                                        4:19
    2/ Mortuary Rites                                                    4:07
    3/ The Lightning Man                                                 3:33
    4/ Sub-incision                                                      5:57
    5/ Burial Cave                                                       4:36
    6/ Green Ant Song                                                    6:07
    7/ The Burning Earth                                                 4:35
    8/ Cicatrix                                                          2:27
    9/ Ochred Bones                                                      4:10
    10/ In The Belly Of The Snake                                        6:11
    11/ Song For The Dead                                                2:38
    12/ Undreamt                                                         3:07

    (1,6,10) recorded at Harmonic Ranch, New York City
    (2,3,5,7,9,11,12) recorded at 6/8 Studios, New York City
    (4,8) recorded at Speed of Sound, New York City
    Produced by Andy Haas

  Andy Haas: didjeridu; Ikue Mori (1,10): drum machine; Cyro Baptista (2,7,
  11): berimbau, wood percussion, metal percussion; Keiji Haino (3,9,12): 
  voice; Fred Frith (4,8): guitar; Anthony Coleman (5): organ; Makigami Koichi 
  (6): voice.

    1997 - Avant (Japan), Avan 048 (CD)

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080 - SANCTUARY: Dave Douglas

  Disc 1: Part One
    1/ Apparition				(Douglas)		 9:07
    2/ Three Beasts				(Douglas)		 6:27
    3/ Swoon					(Douglas)		 6:57
    4/ The Lethe				(Douglas)		 3:48
    5/ Dark Wood				(Douglas)		 5:20
    6/ The Dome					(Douglas)		 6:35
    7/ Heavenly Messenger			(Douglas)		11:44
    8/ Among Frogs				(Douglas)		 4:23
  Disc 2: Part Two
    9/ Limbo					(Douglas)		 4:23
    10/ The Great Cliff				(Douglas)		 6:35
    11/ The Lantern				(Douglas)		 4:43
    12/ Mad Dog					(Douglas)		11:52
    13/ The Flower				(Douglas)		 9:13
    14/ Contemplation				(Douglas)		 5:50
    15/ Coins					(Douglas)		 9:34
    16/ Among Stars				(Douglas)		 2:44

    (1-8) recorded at Knitting Factory, New York City on August 6, 1996
    (8-16) recorded at Knitting Factory, New York City on August 27, 1996
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Cuong Vu: trumpet; Yuka Honda: sampler; Anthony
  Coleman: sampler; Mark Dresser: bass; Hilliard Greene: bass; Chris Speed:
  tenor, clarinet; Dougie Bowne: drums.

    1997 - Avant (Japan), Avan 066 (2xCD)

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081 - THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Lacrosse
    1/ Take 3                                                           22:55
    2/ Take 4                                                           18:55
    3/ Take 6                                                            6:10
    4/ Take 1                                                            6:54
    5/ Take 2                                                            8:01
    6/ Take 5                                                            8:14

    Recorded at WKCR, New York on June 10, 1978

  Mark Abbott: electronics; Polly Bradfield: violin, viola, electric violin;
  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric 6-strings, 12-strings, dobro,
  tiple; LaDonna Smith: violin, viola; Davey Williams: banjo, hollow-body
  electric guitar; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet.

  Disc 2: Lacrosse
    1/ Twins Version                                                    29:58

    Recorded in San Francisco in June 1977

  Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitar; Henry Kaiser: electric guitar; Bruce
  Ackley: soprano; John Zorn: alto.

  Disc 3: Hockey
    Electric Version:
      1/ Take 1                                                          0:55
      2/ Take 2                                                          3:11
      3/ Take 3                                                         11:32
      4/ Take 4                                                         11:18
    Acoustic Version:
      5/ Take 2                                                          3:43
      6/ Take 4                                                          2:45
      7/ Take 11                                                         0:54
      8/ Take 13                                                         1:02
      9/ Take 1                                                          3:10
      10/ Take 3                                                         3:16
      11/ Take 5                                                         1:08
      12/ Take 6                                                         1:00
      13/ Take 7                                                         1:07
      14/ Take 8                                                         0:45
      15/ Take 9                                                         1:22
      16/ Take 10                                                        1:03
      17/ Take 12                                                        1:16

      Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York on March 1, 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne (1-4): electric guitar; Wayne Horvitz (1-4): amplified
  piano; Bob Ostertag (1-4): electronics; Polly Bradfield (5-17): violin; Mark
  E. Miller (5-17): percussion; John Zorn (5-17): goose, duck and crow calls,
  clarinet mouthpiece.

  Disc 4: Pool
    1/ Pool                                                             50:45

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York on March 1, 1980

  Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion, contact microphone,
  vibraphone; Charles K. Noyes: percussion, saw, khene; Bob Ostertag: elec-
  tronics; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinets, game calls; Lesli Dalaba:
  prompter.

  Disc 5: Archery (rehearsal)
    1/ Part 1                                                           32:10
    2/ Part 2                                                           16:14
    3/ Part 3                                                           28:32
  Disc 6 and 7: Archery
    4/ A1-D2                                                            20:35
    5/ D3-G1                                                            20:07
    6/ G2-L4                                                            23:53
    7/ L5-O14                                                           23:29

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn on September 12 & 13, 1981

  Robert Dick: flute, bass flute, piccolo, game calls; George Lewis: tenor
  trombone; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, Eb clarinet, game calls;
  Anthony Coleman: Yamaha organ, electric piano; Wayne Horvitz: Farfisa organ,
  harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer,
  radio, rhythm machine, devices; Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitars, acous-
  tic guitar; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Bill Laswell: 4 and 6 string
  Fender basses; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David Moss: drums,
  voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)

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082 - THE DEBT: Frank London

    1/ Intro -- The Groove                      (London)                 4:53
    The Master Builder                          (London)
      2/ Chorale                                                         1:09
      3/ Filmi                                                           3:47
      4/ Lament                                                          2:34
      5/ Melancholy                                                      1:35
    Ivye Project                                (London)
      6/ Laundry Dance: Agitato                                          4:48 
      7/ Laundry Dance: Calm                                             3:00
    Cult Life                                   (London)
      8/ Revelation                                                      0:24
      9/ Blume                                                           3:14
      10/ Cult Groove                                                    3:10
      11/ Redemption                                                     0:48
      12/ Deep                                                           0:34
      13/ Toy Piano                                                      1:55
    The Debt                                    (London)
      14/ Shootout                                                       5:22
      15/ The Debt                                                       2:27
    The Mood Swingers                           (London)
      16/ To The Club                                                    0:21
      17/ Moods                                                          0:55
      18/ Swingers Theme                                                 2:54
      19/ In Bed                                                         1:16
      20/ Lounge                                                         0:36
      21/ Dresser                                                        2:44
      22/ Brief Seduction                                                0:50
      23/ Theme: Reprise                                                 2:47
    Under The Bridge                            (London)
      24/ El Silencio: Part I                                            5:59
      25/ El Silencio: Part II                                           3:18
      26/ Panic Rhumba                                                   2:03
      27/ La Paz                                                         2:07
    28/ Outro -- Pathos                         (London)                 4:59

    (8-13) recorded at 6/8
    (16-23) recorded at Pilot Studios
    (24-27) recorded at K Studios
    Produced by Frank London

  Frank London: trumpet, keyboards, accordion, conductor; John Medeski (1,28): 
  keyboards; Ben Perowsky (1,28): drums; Adam Rogers (1,28): guitar; Daniel 
  Sadownick (1,28): percussion; Sebastian Steinberg (1,28): bass; Karen 
  Goldfeder (2-5,8-13): voice; Lisa Bielawa (2-5): voice; Marion Beckenstein 
  (2-5): voice; Eileen Clark (2-5): voice; Sheryll Marshall (2-5): voice; 
  Alexandra Montano (2-5,8-13): voice; Bill Ruyle (2-5): tablas; Mark Feldman 
  (6-7): violin; David Krakauer (6-7): clarinet; Boris Rayskin (6-7): cello; 
  Danny Blume (8-13): guitar; Rufus Cappadocia (8-13): cello; Aaron Heick (8-
  15): woodwinds; David Licht (8-13): drums, percussion; Bob Musso (8-13): 
  guitar; Dave Rick (8-13): guitar, bass; Pablo Aslan (14-15,24-27): bass; 
  Dana Friedly (14-15): violin; Jean Kopperud (14-15): clarinet; Margaret 
  Lancaster (14-15): flute; Dan Levine (14-15): trombone; Jon Nelson (14-15): 
  trumpet; Kevin Norton (14-15): drums, percussion; Tomas Ulrich (14-15): 
  cello; Brenda Vincent (14-15): violin; Anthony Coleman (16-23): piano; Mark 
  Dresser (16-23): bass; Yoron Israel (16-23): drums; Jim Leff (16-23): trom-
  bone; Greg Wall (16-23): sax; Papo Pepin (24-27): conga, bongo, bell; Jay 
  Rodriguez (24-27): sax, flute; Bobby Sanabria (24-27): drums, percussion; 
  Roberto Sanabria Jr. (24-27): percussion; Rolf Sturm (24-27): guitar.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7507 (CD)

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083 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: SERGE GAINSBOURG: various artists 

  This record features Elysian Fields (1), Mike Patton (2), Wayne Horvitz &
  Robin Holcomb (3), Cyro Baptista (4), Kramer (5), Ikue Mori (6), Fred Frith
  (7), Jon (8), Ruins (9), Anthony Coleman (10), Eszter Balint (11), David 
  Shea (12), Eyvind Kang (13), Steve Beresford (14), Blonde Redhead (15), John
  Zorn (16), Cibo Matto (17), Medeski/Martin & Wood (18), Shelley Hirsch (19),
  Franz Treichler (20), Marc Ribot (21).

    1/ Les Amours Perdues                       (Gainsbourg)             3:29
    2/ Ford Mustang                             (Gainsbourg)             2:41
    3/ Bonnie And Clyde                         (Gainsbourg)             5:08
    4/ La-Bas C'est Naturel                     (Gainsbourg)             5:40
    5/ 69 Année Erotique                        (Gainsbourg)             4:17
    6/ Pauvre Lola                              (Gainsbourg)             2:49
    7/ The Ballad Of Melody Nelson              (Gainsbourg)             1:50
    8/ Les Sucettes                             (Gainsbourg)             2:44
    9/ L'Homme A Tête De Chou                   (Gainsbourg)             3:18
    10/ Ce Mortel Ennui                         (Gainsbourg)             4:10
    11/ Un Poison Violent, C'est Ca L'Amour     (Gainsbourg)             5:05
    12/ Initials B.B.                           (Gainsbourg)             3:48
    13/ Sous Le Soleil Exactement               (Gainsbourg)             3:44
    14/ Couleur Café                            (Gainsbourg)             3:07
    15/ La Chanson De Slogan                    (Gainsbourg)             3:47
    16/ Contact                                 (Gainsbourg)             2:20
    17/ Je T'Aime, Moi Non Plus                 (Gainsbourg)             4:21
    18/ Intoxicated Man                         (Gainsbourg)             3:31
    19/ Comic Strip                             (Gainsbourg)             1:59
    20/ Requiem Pour Un Con                     (Gainsbourg)             5:00
    21/ Black Trombone                          (Gainsbourg)             3:44

    Recorded during April-July 1997
    All songs produced by the artists themselves

  Jennifer Charles (1): vocals; Oren Bloedow (1): guitar, bass, drums; Ed 
  Pastorini (1): Casiotone; Mike Patton (2): vocals, all instruments; Robin 
  Holcomb (3): vocals; Wayne Horvitz (3): all instruments; Reggie Watts (3): 
  vocals; Cyro Baptista (4): percussion; Olivier Glissant (4): vocals, accor-
  dion; Kramer (5): vocals, all instruments; Tess (5): background vocals; 
  Haena Kim (6): vocals; Marc Ribot (6,11,21): guitars, vocals; Ikue Mori (6): 
  drum machines; Fred Frith (7): vocals, all instruments; Jon (8): vocals, 
  harmonium; Yoshida Tatsuya (9): vocals, drums; Sasaki Hisashi (9): bass; 
  Anthony Coleman (10): vocals, piano; Doug Wieselman (10): Eb clarinet; 
  Michaël Attias (10): baritone saxophone; Yael Bitton (10): background 
  vocals; Eszter Balint (11): vocals; J.D. Foster (11): bass, organ; Robert 
  Rodriguez (11): drums; Tiziana Shea (12): vocals; David Shea (12): all 
  instruments; Michelle Amar (13): vocals, sound effects; Eyvind Kang (13): 
  all instruments; Steve Beresford (14): vocals, all instruments; Kazu Makino 
  (15): vocals; Amadeo Pace (15): guitar; Simone Pace (15): drums; John Zorn 
  (16): all vocals; Miho Hatori (17): vocals, electric guitar; Yuka Honda 
  (17): keyboards; Timo Ellis (17): drums, vocals; Sean Lennon (17): bass, 
  acoustic guitar, vocals; Fred Kevorkian (17): "l'amant français"; John 
  Medeski (18): organ, vocals; Chris Wood (18): bass; Billy Martin (18): 
  drums; Shelley Hirsch (19): all vocals; Franz Treichler (20): all instru-
  ments; Tronte (20): all instruments.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7116 (CD)

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084 - REVENGE OF THE STUTTERING CHILD: Ronny Someck, Elliott Sharp

    1/ Revenge Of The Stuttering Child          (Someck, Sharp)          3:49
    2/ Baghdad, February '91                    (Someck, Sharp)          4:10
    3/ Rice Paradise                            (Someck, Sharp)          2:40
    4/ Embroidered Rag: Poem On Umm Kulthumm    (Someck, Sharp)          3:33
    5/ 30 Seconds To Climb The Tit              (Someck, Sharp)          2:23
    6/ The Red Catalogue Of The Word Sunset     (Someck, Sharp)          1:48
    7/ In Answer To The Question: When Did Your Peace Begin?
						(Someck, Sharp)          1:50
    8/ Niva                                     (Someck, Sharp)          2:52
    9/ Jasmine, Poem On Sandpaper               (Someck, Sharp)          3:29
    10/ A Poem Of Bliss                         (Someck, Sharp)          2:50
    11/ The Sign Of The Bite                    (Someck, Sharp)          1:40
    12/ Bloody Mary                             (Someck, Sharp)          2:55
    13/ Poem For A Daughter Who Is Already Born (Someck, Sharp)          1:47
    14/ How To Know The Age Of The Horse, A Love Poem        
						(Someck, Sharp)          3:33
    15/ Wheat                                   (Someck, Sharp)          0:42
    16/ Blues For The Life That Was Almost Mine (Someck, Sharp)          2:57
    17/ Lion's Milk                             (Someck, Sharp)          3:05
    18/ Self-Portrait From The Commando         (Someck, Sharp)          1:05
    19/ The Ballad Of Alcohol                   (Someck, Sharp)          2:30
    20/ Tractors                                (Someck, Sharp)          2:55
    21/ From This Distance The Tombstones Look Like A Flight Of Storks
						(Someck, Sharp)          4:37
    22/ Ice Cream                               (Someck, Sharp)          0:28

    Recorded at Studio zOaR, New York City in April-July 1997
    Produced by Elliott Sharp

  Ronny Someck: reading; Elliott Sharp: guitars, electric mandocello, mando-
  lin, bass clarinet, saxophones, computer processing; Anthony Coleman: piano;
  Margaret Parkins: cello; Zeena Parkins: accordion; Seido Salifoski: dumbek,
  percussion; Ahmed El-Motassem: Arabic reading.
  
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7117 (CD)

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085 - SUNK IN THE SUN: Jean Chaine

    1/ Zombies On The Tube   			(Chaine)  		 3:07
    2/ Cubes With Holes In It   		(Chaine) 		 2:43
    3/ Androids Seeking Bible Preachers   	(Chaine, Klock) 	 3:54
    4/ Spear Shield   				(Chaine) 		 2:09
    5/ Fat Face   				(Chaine) 		 3:10
    6/ Jump On The Lovestuck 			(John King) 		 3:33
    7/ Ashtray Heart   				(JC, Captain Beefheart)  3:53
    8/ Green Mountain Twister   		(Chaine) 		 3:04
    9/ Slant Lines   				(David Moss) 		 3:02
    10/ Dirty Sheets   				(Chaine, Gail Chaine) 	 2:19
    11/ Theme For Harlan Ellison   		(Chaine) 		 5:54
    12/ Spinal Vinyl   				(Chaine) 		 6:04
    13/ Mental In A Peachcan   			(Chaine) 		 5:45
    14/ Waste Of Time   			(Chaine) 		 5:26

    Recorded at Northern Track Studio

  Jean Chaine (1-14): bass, voice, drums, guitar, piano; John King (1,5,6): 
  guitar; Mike Butler (1-5,7,10): guitar; Steve Sonntag (1,2,10): trumpet, 
  flugelhorn; Charlie Schneeweis (1,2): trumpet; Alyson Kimball (1,2,10): 
  saxophone; Jonathan Kane (2,4,6): drums; Shep Richards (2,3,8): guitar; 
  Anthony Coleman (3,7): sampler, sounds, voice; Bill Klock (3): drum parts;
  David Moss (8,9): drums, voice; Wayne Horvitz (9): sampler; Jon Rose (9): 
  violin, cello; Christian Marclay (9): turntables; Peter Miles (10): guitar;
  Markus Stauss (12): saxophone; Dimthingshine (12-14): drums; Brian Johnson
  (13): percussion.

    1995 - Atonal (Germany), Atonal ACD 3020 (CD)

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086 - SEPTEMBER SONGS: THE MUSIC OF KURT WEILL: various artists

  This record features Nick Cave (1), PJ Harvey (2), David Johansen (3),
  Teresa Stratas (4,10), Elvis Costello (5), Lotte Lenya (6), Charlie Haden
  (7), The Persuasions (8), Betty Carter (9), Mary Margaret O'Hara (11), Lou
  Reed (12), Bertolt Brecht (13), William S. Burroughs (14).

  Anthony Coleman arranged and plays with his Selfhaters Orchestra on the fol-
  lowing track with William S. Burroughs:

    14/ What Keeps Mankind Alive?               (Kurt Weill)             2:46

    Vocals recorded at the Bottleneck Club, Lawrence (Kansas) on February 27,
    1994
    Music recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studios, New York on June 30, 1994
    Produced by Hal Willner

  William Burroughs: reading; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Fred Lonberg-Holm:
  cello; Roy Nathanson: saxes; Tom Peschio; James Pugliese: percussion; Doug
  Wieselman: clarinet.

    1997 - Sony Classical (USA), SK 63046 (CD)

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087 - B/SIDE: Ikue Mori

  Music for the films of Abigail Childs -- B/SIDE (1996), GEEK LOVE (1994),
  and THROUGH THE LOOKING LASS (1992).

  B/Side                                        (Mori)
    1/ Awakening                                                         3:54
    2/ Lucy & Friends                                                    0:53
    3/ Latino Interactive                                                1:29
    4/ Passage 1                                                         2:17
    5/ Cop Song                                                          2:46
    6/ Passage 2                                                         2:10
    7/ Dream                                                             2:02
    8/ Fortuno's Song                                                    2:44
    9/ Love-Secret                                                       3:08
    10/ Bulldozer Song                                                   6:10
  Geek Love                                     (Mori)
    11/ Geek Love                                                        4:44
  Through The Looking Lass:                     (Mori)
    12/ Snow White's Dream                                               7:37
    13/ Epilogue                                                         1:36

    (1,4,6,10) recorded at Studio 900, New York City in June 1997
    (2,3,7,9) recorded at Studio Pass, New York City in May 1996
    (3,5,8,11) recorded at Studio Pass, New York City in April 1994
    (12) recorded at Speed of Sound Studio, New York City in August 1997    

  Ikue Mori: sampler, drum machines; Zeena Parkins: accordion, electric harp,
  sampler; Kato Hideki: basses; Anthony Coleman: organ; Erik Friedlander:
  cello; David Watson: guitar; Andy Haas: didjeridu; Tenko: vocals.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7508 (CD)

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088 - FILMWORKS VIII - 1997: John Zorn

  The Port Of Last Resort                       (Zorn)
    1/ Teqiah                                                            3:07
    2/ Shanghai                                                          2:35
    3/ Emunim                                                            3:32
    4/ Ruan (guitar version)                                             4:37
    5/ Ebionim                                                           3:00
    6/ Ahavah                                                            3:42
    7/ Ruan (pipa version)                                               3:37
    8/ Livant                                                            1:54
    9/ Or Ne'erav                                                        6:58
    10/ Shanim                                                           2:03
    11/ Ruan (solo piano)                                                3:42
  Latin Boys Go To Hell                         (Zorn)
    12/ Deseo                                                            2:28
    13/ Mentiras                                                         2:15
    14/ Ansiedad                                                         2:55
    15/ Locura                                                           2:47
    16/ Sangre                                                           1:02
    17/ Olvido                                                           2:21
    18/ Engano                                                           2:25
    19/ Traicion                                                         2:25
    20/ Ilusion                                                          2:43
    21/ Lagrimas                                                         4:14

    (1-11) recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City on November 9, 1997
    (12-21) recorded at Creative Audio, New York City on July 22, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman (1-11): violin; Marc Ribot (1-11): guitars; Erik Friedlander
  (1-11): cello; Min Xiao-Fen (1-11): pipa; Greg Cohen (1-11): bass; Anthony
  Coleman (1-11): piano; Cyro Baptista (12-21): percussion; Kenny Wollesen
  (12-21): drums, vibes, percussion.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7318 (CD)

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089 - A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXED: various artists

  This record features Hasidic New Wave, Paradox Trio, Uri Caine, Naftule's
  Dream, Steve Dalachinsky, The Klezmatics, David Krakauer's Klezmer Madness,
  Wally Brill, Judith Sloan, Yosi Piamenta, Gary Lucas' Gods and Monsters,
  Forgiveness, Neshama Carlebach, Anthony Coleman, Andy Haas.

    14/ Hanukkah Bush                           (Coleman)

  Anthony Coleman: piano.

    1998 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR-216 (CD)

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090 - THE ABYSMAL RICHNESS OF THE INFINITE PROXIMITY OF THE SAME: Anthony
  Coleman's Selfhaters

    1-8/ The Abysmal Richness Of The Infinite Proximity Of The Same (8 
         Objectives)                            (Coleman, Selfhaters)   22:04   
    9/ His Masquerade                           (Coleman)                5:08
    10/ Fifty-Seven Something                   (Coleman)               12:30

    (1-8,10) recorded at The Studio, New York City on February 13 and April 
    18, 1997
    (9) recorded at Avatar, New York City on February 16, 1998
    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, trombone, voice; Michaël Attias (1-8,10): 
  alto, baritone saxophone; Fred Lonberg-Holm (1-8,10): cello; Jim Pugliese 
  (1-8,10): percussion, trumpet; Doug Wieselman (1-8,10): E-flat clarinet, 
  bass harmonica.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7123 (CD)

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091 - TEXACO NEW YORK JAZZ FESTIVAL RADIO SERIES LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY:
  various artists

  This 6xCD set features Jazz Passengers with Debbie Harry, JP Trio, Leon
  Parker & Steve Wilson, Eliane Elias, Bluiett Baritone Saxophone Group, Amina
  Claudine Myers, Lee Konitz Trio, Thomas Chapin with Brass, Han Bennink & Ray
  Anderson, Marty Ehrlich & Bobby Previte, Bailey/Metheny/Bendian/Wertico,
  Eclecticism, Bill Frisell Quartet with Joe Lovano, Thomas Chapin with
  Strings, Cecil Taylor, William Parker's In Order to Survive, Reggie Workman
  Ensemble, Steve Lacy, Assif Tsahar & Susie Ibarra, Marilyn Crispell & Gerry
  Hemingway, Charles Gayle Trio, Charlie Hunter Quartet, Easy Pour Spout,
  Odyssey the Band, Hooker/Spearman/DJ Olive, Steven Bernstein's Sex Mob,
  Briggan Krauss, Don Byron with Biz Markie & Existential Dred, Mark Dresser
  Trio, Andy Laster's Hydra, George Lewis & Min Xio Fenn, Masaoka/Mori/
  Dresser, Elliott Sharp's Orchestra Carbon, Drew Gress' Jagged Sky, Badlands,
  Anthony Coleman Trio, Myra Melford, Andy Statman & Bob Meyer, Naftule's
  Dream, Hasidic New Wave, Paradox Trio, Pachora.

  Anthony Coleman plays on two tracks:

  Disc 5:
    20/ [spoken intro]                          (Coleman)                0:33
    21/ Ladino Passacagalia                     (Coleman)                5:08

  Anthony Coleman: piano; Ken Filliano: bass; Mike Sarin: drums.

    1998 - Knitting Factory (USA), no catalog # (6xCD, promo ony)

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092 - Y L'OS CUBANOS POSTIZOS (THE PROSTHETIC CUBANS): Marc Ribot

    1/ Aurora En Pekin                          (Alfredo Bolona)         5:31
    2/ Aqui Como Alla                           (Arsenio Rodriguez)      4:51
    3/ Como Se Goza En El Barrio                (Arsenio Rodriguez)      3:29
    4/ Postizo                                  (Ribot)                  4:55
    5/ No Me LLores Mas                         (Luis Martinez Grinan)   5:39
    6/ Los Teenagers Bailan Changui             (Arsenio Rodriguez)      4:49
    7/ Fiesta En El Solar                       (Arsenio Rodriguez)      5:05
    8/ La Vida Es Un Sueno                      (Arsenio Rodriguez)      3:30
    9/ Esclavo Triste                           (Arsenio Rodriguez)      6:06
    10/ Choserito Plena                         (Inacio Rios)            2:46

    Recorded at Water Music, Hoboken (New Jersey)
    Produced by JD Foster

  Marc Ribot: guitar, trumpet, vocals; Brad Jones (all but (10)): bass; EJ
  Rodriguez: percussion, vocals; Robert J. Rodriguez (all but (6)): claves,
  drums, percussion, vocals; John Medeski (2,4,5,8): organ, meloton; Anthony
  Coleman (3,6): organ; Madeline Hunt-Ehrlich (4): vocals; Mattan Ingram (4):
  vocals; Miles Ingram (4): vocals; Gregory Ribot (10): baritone saxophone.

    1998 - Atlantic (USA), 83116-2 (CD)

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093 - TZADIK RADIO HOUR: John Zorn

  This promo only record features John Zorn's Masada (1,18), Eyvind Kang (2), 
  Klekta Red (3), Mamoru Fujieda (4), Rodd Keith (5), Anthony Coleman (6), 
  Ikue Mori (7), Steve Beresford (8), Zubi Zuva (9), Ken Butler (10), Gisburg
  (11), Naftule's Dream (12), Alvin Curran (13), Naná Vasconcelos (14), 
  Compostela (15), Makigami Koichi (16), Yuji Takahashi (17).

    1/ Eitan					(Masada)		 2:36
    2/ Inevitability/The Engagement		(Eyvind Kang)
    3/ Galician Dance				(Klekta Red)
    4/ the First Collection Pattern II		(Mamoru Fujieda)
    */ talk by John Zorn #1						 1:35
    5/ Do The Pig				(Rodd Keith)
    6/ Belz					(Anthony Coleman)
    7/ Dream					(Ikue Mori)
    */ talk by John Zorn #2						 2:53
    8/ Starfish					(Steve Beresford)
    9/ Johannes					(Zubi Zuva)
    10/ Stuck Behind A Truck			(Ken Butler)
    */ talk by John Zorn #3						 1:57
    11/ The Woman Is Perfected			(Gisburg)
    12/ So Nu					(Naftule's dream)
    13/ Animal Behavior				(Alvin Curran)
    14/ Forro Para Antero			(Naná Vasconcelos)
    */ talk by John Zorn #4						 3:20
    15/ View In A Box				(Compostela)
    16/ Zakuro					(Makigami Koichi)
    17/ Mimi No Ho				(Yuji Takahashi)
    18/ Eitan					(Masada)		 4:19
 
    Produced by David Garland

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), no catalog number (CD)

  Note: all the tracks are already available.

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094 - THE BRIBE: John Zorn

  Part 1: Sliding On The Ice                    (Zorn)
    1/ Gill's Theme                                                      2:07
    2/ Hydrant Of The Vogue                                              0:41
    3/ The Big Freeze                                                    1:01
    4/ Meters                                                            2:24
    5/ The Bridge/Cocktails                                              4:06
    6/ The Willies                                                       1:01
    7/ The Taxman Cometh                                                 1:16
    8/ Night Walk                                                        1:09
    9/ Skit Rhesus                                                       2:43
    10/ The Boxer                                                        0:59
    11/ Trick Or Treat                                                   3:22
    12/ The Latin Trip/Gill's Theme                                      3:30
  Part 2: The Arrest                            (Zorn)  
    13/ A Taste Of Voodoo                                                3:20
    14/ Inhaling The Image                                               1:49
    15/ City Chase                                                       3:27
    16/ Dreams Of The Red Chamber                                       11:38
    17/ Rash Acts                                                        1:30
    18/ Chippewa                                                         1:24
    19/ The Hour Of Thirteen                                             0:47
    20/ Radio Mouth/Gill's Theme                                         2:57
  Part 3: The Art Bar                           (Zorn)
    21/ Midnight Streets                                                 3:58
    22/ Victoria Lake                                                    3:12
    23/ Strip Central                                                    5:26
    24/ Pink Limousine                                                   9:18
    25/ Skyline                                                          3:19
    26/ Ordinary Lies/Gill's Theme                                       2:04

    Recorded at Radio City Studio, New York City in 1986
    Produced by John Zorn

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, tenor, bass clarinet; John Zorn: alto; Jim Staley:
  trombone; Zeena Parkins: electric and acoustic harp; Robert Quine: electric
  guitar; Anthony Coleman: piano, celeste, organ; Wayne Horvitz: organ, key-
  boards; Christian Marclay: turntables; David Hofstra: acoustic and electric
  bass; Bobby Previte: drums, percussion, vibes, timpani; Reck: rhythm guitar;
  Carol Emanuel: harp; Ikue Mori: drum machines.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7320 (CD)

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095 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: MARC BOLAN: various artists

  This record features Arto Lindsay and Marc Ribot (1), Rebecca Moore (2), 
  Kramer (3), Melvins (4), Medeski/Martin & Wood (5), Lo Galluccio (6), 
  Fantomas/Mike Patton (7), Tall Dwarfs (8), Chris Cochrane (9), Gary Lucas 
  (10), Eszter Balint (11), Audio Noir/Vernon Reid (12), Danny Cohen (13), 
  Elysian Fields/Oren Bloedow (14), Sean Lennon & Yuka Honda (15), Cake Like 
  (16), Trey Spruance (17), Buckethead (18), Lloyd Cole (19).

    1/ Children Of The Revolution               (Lindsay, Ribot)         2:40
    2/ Telegram Sam                             (Rebecca Moore)          4:27
    3/ Get It On                                (Kramer)                 3:49
    4/ Buick MacKane                            (Melvins)                3:07
    5/ Groove A Little                          (MM&W)                   4:13
    6/ Cosmic Dancer                            (Lo Galluccio)           4:47
    7/ Chariot Choogle                          (Mike Patton)            1:51
    8/ Ride A White Swan                        (Tall Dwarfs)            3:05
    9/ Rip-Off                                  (Chris Cochrane)         3:40
    10/ Deboraarobed                            (Gary Lucas)             2:44
    11/ Mambo Sun                               (Eszter Balint)          3:51
    12/ Jeepster                                (Audio Noir)             4:33
    13/ Lunacy's Back                           (Danny Cohen)            2:45
    14/ Life's A Gas                            (Elysian Fields)         4:11
    15/ Would I Be The One                      (Lennon, Honda)          3:36
    16/ Love Charm                              (Cake Like)              2:48
    17/ Scenescof                               (Trey Spruance)          1:41
    18/ 20th Century Boy                        (Buckethead)             7:24
    19/ Romany Soup                             (Lloyd Cole)             3:54

    Recorded in April-June 1998

  Arto Lindsay (1): vocals, guitar; Marc Ribot (1): guitar; Melvin Gibbs (1):
  bass; Anthony Coleman (1): sampler; Dougie Bowne (1): drum programming;
  Rebecca Moore (2): vocals, bass, samples, keyboard synthesizers, violin;
  Stephen Vitiello (2): fanslide guitar; Kramer (3): voice, all intruments;
  Charles Curtis (3): cello; Tess (3): voice; King Buzzo (4): vocals, guitar;
  Mark D (4): bass; Dale (4): drums; John Medeski (5): keyboards; Chris Wood
  (5): guitar; Billy Martin (5): drums; Lo Galluccio (6): vocals, synthesizer;
  Banjo Victor (6): guitar; Mike Patton (7): voice, all instruments; Alec
  Bathgate (8): guitar, clapping, backing voices; Chris Knox (8): background
  guitar, clapping, lead voices; Dr. Rhythm (8): drums; Chris Cochrane (9,11):
  voice (9), all instruments (9), guitar (11); J.D. Foster (9,11): bass, samp-
  ler; Gary Lucas (10): acoustic slide guitar, electronics, voices; Eszter
  Balint (11): vocals, violin; Ted Reichman (11): organ; Christine Bard (11):
  drums; Jim Pugliese (11): drums; Vernon Reid (12): guitar, drum programming;
  Brian Tate (12): vocals; Danny Cohen (13): vocals, all instruments; Jennifer
  Charles (14): vocals; Oren Bloedow (14): all instruments; Sean Lennon (15):
  vocals, all instruments; Yuka Honda (15): vocals, all instruments; Nina
  Hellman (16): guitar, vocals; Kerri Kenney (16): bass, vocals; Jody Seifert
  (16): drums, vocals; Trey Spruance (17): vocals, organ, guitar, toy piano;
  Phil Franklin (17): percussion; Buckethead (18): guitar, bass, tambourine;
  Pinch Face (18): vocals, drums; Lloyd Cole (19): voice, all instruments.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7126 (CD)

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096 - MUSIC ROMANCE VOL.1: MUSIC FOR CHILDREN: John Zorn

    1/ Fils Des Etoiles                         (Zorn)                   2:16
    2/ This Way Out                             (Zorn)                   1:10
    3/ Music For Children                       (Zorn)                  14:17
    4/ Bikini Atoll                             (Zorn)                   0:46
    5/ Bone Crusher                             (Zorn)                   0:38
    6/ Dreamer Of Dreams                        (Zorn)                   5:48
    7/ Cycles Du Nord                           (Zorn)                  20:54
    8/ SooKi's Lullaby                          (Zorn)                   3:17

    (1,6,7,8) recorded at Avatar, New York City in April and August 1998
    (2,4,5) recorded at BC Studios, Brooklyn in March 1998
    (3) recorded at Mills College in June 1998
    Produced by John Zorn

  Anthony Coleman (1,8): celeste, celeste music box; Cyro Baptista (1): per-
  cussion, vocals; Prelapse (2,4,5): Alex Lacamoire (keyboards), Mason Wendell
  (bass, vocals), Dane Johnson (guitar), Andy Sanesi (drums), Jeff Hudgins
  (alto); David Abel (3); violin; Julie Steinberg (3): piano; William Winant
  (3): percussion; John Zorn (4,5,7): alto, wind machines, acoustic feedback
  systems; Marc Ribot (6): guitar; Erik Friedlander (6): cello; Greg Cohen
  (6): bass.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321 (CD with defective booklet)
    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321 (CD)
    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321-B (CD with an unknown defect)
    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321-B (CD)

  Note: due to a mistake in the printing of the booklet, the release of the
  record got delayed; nevetherless, 750 copies with the defective design were
  shipped to Europe before the mistake was uncovered...
  Note: the 2009 reissue (10th anniversary edition) has been remastered and
  has a slightly different version of (7), which now features Lou Reed on gui-
  tar!
  Note: like the original edition of the record, the reissue had some problems
  (of unknown nature) and went through a second pressing; nevertheless, some 
  defective copies were shipped early (in May and June 2009) to some distribu-
  tors (like Forced Exposure and Verge) before the mistake was uncovered. So
  some copies of the defective reissue are flying around...

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097 - MORENICA: Sephardic Tinge

    1/ La Cantiga Del Fuego                     (trad. Sephardic)        3:55
    2/ She's Doing It Again                     (Coleman)                2:43
    3/ He Would Turn In His Grave               (Coleman)                5:14
    4/ Yaëlica                                  (Coleman)                7:41
    5/ Addio Querida                            (trad. Sephardic)        6:03
    6/ Ghetto (Ich Bin Ein Marrano)             (Coleman)                2:30
    7/ Terpsichore                              (Herbie Nichols)         5:29
    8/ Selo Moje                                (Coleman)                3:41
    9/ Berechit                                 (Michaël Attias)         4:21
    10/ Morenica                                (trad. Sephardic)        6:47

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on May 29, 1998
    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Anthony Coleman: piano, voice; Ben Street: bass; Michael Sarin: drums.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7128 (CD)

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098 - EYE'LL BE SEEING YOU: Mark Dresser

    Un Chien Andalou                            (Mark Dresser)
      1/ Overture
      2/ Bicycle
      3/ Grope
      4/ On Bed
      5/ Androgene
    6/ Lanette                                  (Mark Dresser)
    A Propos De Nice                            (Anthony Coleman)
      7/ Opening
      8/ After Table
      9/ Palm Trees
      10/ Tennis
      11/ Dancing Girls
      12/ Waves
      13/ title unknown
      14/ title unknown
      15/ title unknown
    16/ For Bradford                            (Mark Dresser)

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory in 1997 and 1998

  Mark Dresser: bass; Chris Speed: clarinet, tenor; Anthony Coleman: piano,
  organ.

    1998 - Knitting Factory (USA), KFW-211 (CD)

  Note: the CD liner notes only mention 13 tracks, leaving tracks (13-15)
  unnamed.

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099 - MYSTERY: Death Praxis

    1/ Monkey Puzzle                                                     3:45
    2/ Demon In My View                                                  3:19
    3/ The Cat Who Wasn't There                                          2:03
    4/ Mrs. Pollifax And Hong Kong Buddha                                3:44
    5/ Devices And Desires                                               2:37
    6/ Scold's Bridle                                                    3:34
    7/ Payment In Blood                                                  2:36
    8/ Deer Leap                                                         3:04
    9/ I Is For Innocent                                                 4:33
    10/ Bloodshot                                                        1:45
    11/ Elegy For Soprano                                                2:54
    12/ Bum Steer                                                        6:21
    13/ Magic                                                            3:14
    14/ Bad Seed                                                         2:34
    15/ Metal Dream                                                      2:24
    16/ Economic Noise                                                   2:54
    17/ Fortune Cookie                                                   0:34
    18/ Rain                                                             4:05
    19/ Glow Worm                                                        7:10
    20/ Lullaby                                                          2:25
    21/ When The Sun Shines I Can See Your Mind                          2:11
    22/ I Know You                                                       4:29

    (1-12) recorded at 33 1/3 Recording, New York in April 1998, and at B.C.
    Studio, New York in June 1998
    (13-22) recorded at Dessau Studio, New York City in 1992
    Produced by Death Praxis

  Tenko: vocals; Ikue Mori: drum machines, sampler; Anthony Coleman: organ;
  Eyvind Kang: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7217 (CD)

  Note: (13-22) were already available on DEATH PRAXIS (1993).

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100 - HORSE TRICKS: Mark De Gli Antoni

    1/ Jigaboo                                  (De Gli Antoni)          1:04
    2/ Hong Kong                                (De Gli Antoni)          1:04
    3/ Alabama                                  (De Gli Antoni)          2:12
    4/ They Wave                                (De Gli Antoni)          2:50
    5/ Ground To A Mound                        (MDGA, Bini)             1:25
    6/ Big Blue Umbrella                        (MDGA, Bini)             1:54
    7/ Two Bucks Job                            (De Gli Antoni)          1:04
    8/ Multiple Object Selector                 (De Gli Antoni)          3:10
    9/ Chundo                                   (De Gli Antoni)          1:20
    10/ The Monkey's Mask                       (De Gli Antoni)          2:12
    11/ Mermaid                                 (De Gli Antoni)          1:30
    12/ Me Goddess Tu Goddess                   (De Gli Antoni)          3:10
    13/ Los Enfant                              (De Gli Antoni)          1:51
    14/ Niff The Lien                           (De Gli Antoni)          1:40
    15/ Swollen Acres                           (De Gli Antoni)          2:03
    16/ Testy                                   (De Gli Antoni)          2:27
    17/ Burro                                   (De Gli Antoni)          3:43

  Mark De Gli Antoni: ???; Alan Sparhawk (2): vocals; Mimi Sparhawk (2):
  vocals; Yuval Gabay (3,11,12,14,16): drums; Elliott Smith (4): vocals,
  piano; Joe Bini (6): vocals; Sebastian Steinberg (7,11,12,14,16): bass;
  Anthony Coleman (13): keyboards; M. Doughty (): keyboards.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7042 (CD)

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101 - GODARD/SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:37

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in August-September 1985

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste, harpsichord; Carol Emanuel: harp;
  Bill Frisell: guitars, banjo; Christian Marclay: turntables; Bobby Previte:
  drums, percussion; David Weinstein: sampling keyboards; John Zorn: reeds,
  French narration; Luli Shioi: voice, Japanese narration; Richard Foreman:
  English narration.

    2/ Spillane                                 (Zorn)                  25:12

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June 1986

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste, harpsichord; Carol Emanuel: harp;
  Bill Frisell: guitars; David Hofstra: bass, tuba; Bob James: tapes, compact
  discs; Bobby Previte: drums, percussion, timpani; Jim Staley: trombone;
  David Weinstein: sampling keyboards; John Zorn: alto, clarinet; John Lurie:
  voice of Mike Hammer; Robert Quine: voice of Mike Hammer's conscience.

    3/ Blues Noel                               (Zorn)                   5:51

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in September 1987 

  Michael Blair: percussion, voice; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste,
  harpsichord; Fred Frith: guitars, bass; Ikue Mori: drum machine, voice;
  David Weinstein: sampler; John Zorn: alto.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7324 (CD)    

  Note: on the original pressing of SPILLANE, Arto Lindsay was credited for
  the text; Arto Lindsay is not mentioned at all on this new release...

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102 - WITH EVERY BREATH - THE MUSIC OF SHABBAT AT BJ: B'Nai Jeshurun

    1/ Et Dodim                                                          4:01
    2/ Hine Ma Tov                                                       4:48
    3/ Niggun                                                            2:22
    4/ Lekha Dodi                                                        5:33
    5/ Kaddeshenu                                                        5:58
    6/ Yigdal                                                            2:22
    7/ Ki Le'Olam Hasdo                                                  3:42
    8/ Ma Gadlu                                                          2:37
    9/ Halleluvah                                                        5:30
    10/ Ein Keloheinu                                                    2:29
    11/ Adon Olam                                                        3:09
    12/ Hamavdil                                                         2:52

    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, harmonium, sampler; Marc Ribot: guitar, 
  banjo; Brad Shepik: Bulgarian guitar; Josh Roseman: trombone; Ben Street: 
  bass; Chris Lightcap: bass; Jim Pugliese: percussion; Basya Schecter: per-
  cussion; Erik Friedlander: cello; Doug Wieselman: bass clarinet.

    1999 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR-258 (CD)

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103 - ONE HUNDRED ASPECTS OF THE MOON: Ikue Mori

    1/ The Moon And The Abandoned Old Woman     (Mori)                   2:41
    2/ A Buddhist Monk Receives Cassia Seeds On A Moonlit Night
                                                (Mori)                   2:06
    3/ Monkey Music Moon                        (Mori)                   3:06
    4/ Musashi Plain Moon                       (Mori)                   4:12
    5/ How Noisy The Sound Of Insects Calling In The Meadow As For Me, I
       Make No Sound But Think Of Love          (Mori, Laure)            2:50
    6/ Moon Of The Lonely House                 (Mori)                   2:10
    7/ Cloth-Beating Moon                       (Mori)                   2:38
    8/ Dawn Moon And Tumbling Snow              (Mori)                   1:38
    9/ Joganden Shooting Moon                   (Mori)                   0:32
    10/ Lunacy                                  (Mori)                   1:13
    11/ Received Back Into Moon Palace          (Mori, Poe)              3:00
    12/ Like A Reflection In The Moon           (Mori)                   3:33
    13/ Glimpse Of The Moon                     (Mori)                   4:30
    14/ The Moon's Inner Vision                 (Mori)                   1:22
    15/ Mountain Moon After Rain                (Mori)                   2:47
    16/ Birthdays                               (Mori)                   7:37

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City in March and September 1999
    Recorded live at Roulette, New York City in December 1998
    Recorded live at Frank Booth, Brooklyn in November 1999
    (16) recorded at Speed of Sound, Brooklyn in April 1999
    Produced by Ikue Mori

  Theo Bleckmann: vocals; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ; Eyvind Kang: violin;
  Erik Friedlander: cello; Kato Hideki: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines;
  Makigami Koichi (3,4): vocals.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7055 (CD)

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104 - IN HIS OWN SWEET WAY - A TRIBUTE TO DAVE BRUBECK: various arists

  This tribute to Dave Brubeck features Dave Slusser (1), Uri Caine (2), 
  Pachora (3), Bill Frisell (4), Ruins (5), Martin/Medeski & Wood (6), Anthony
  Coleman (7), Eyvind Kang (8), Slowpoke (9), Erik Friedlander (10), Sex Mob 
  (11), Dave Douglas (12), Joey Baron (13), David Krakauer (14).

    1/ Blue Shadows In The Street		(Dave Slusser)		 5:18
    2/ Far More Blues				(Uri Caine)		 5:46
    3/ In Your Own Sweet Way			(Pachora)		 4:00
    4/ Summer Song				(Bill Frisell)		 4:50
    5/ Blue Rondo A La Turk			(Ruins)			 3:50
    6/ Tokyo Traffic				(Martin/Medeski & Wood)	 5:16
    7/ The Duke					(Anthony Coleman)	 5:06
    8/ Calcutta Blues				(Eyvind Kang)	 	 4:26
    9/ Sixth Senth 				(Slowpoke)		 5:49
    10/ Winter Ballad				(Erik Friedlander)	 2:51
    11/ Jumpin					(Sex Mob)		 5:51
    12/ Nomad					(Dave Douglas)		 6:02
    13/ Three To Get Ready			(Joey Baron)		 3:08
    14/ Golden Horn				(David Krakauer)	 6:22

    All compositions by Dave Brubeck
    All tracks produced by the artists themselves.

  Chris Ackerman (1): drums; Carla Kihlstedt (1): violin; Tom Nunn (1): bag-
  pipe; John Schott (1): guitar; Dan Seamans (1): acoustic bass; Dave Slusser
  (1): electronics; Uri Caine (2): piano; Kenny Davis (2): bass; Ben Perowsky
  (2): drums; Jim Black (3): drums; Brad Shepik (3): keyboard; Chris Speed 
  (3): clarinet; Skúli Sverrisson (3): bass; Bill Frisell (4): guitar; Sasaki
  Hisashi (5): bass; Yoshida Tatsuya (5): drums, vocals; Billy Martin (6): 
  drums; John Medeski (6): keyboards; Chris Wood (6): bass; Anthony Coleman 
  (7): piano; Michael Hall (8): sampler drum machine; Eyvind Kang (8): viola,
  electric piano; Michael Blake (9): tenor; Tony Scherr (9,11,13): bass Dave
  Tronzo (9): slide guitar; Kenny Wollesen (9,11): drums; Erik Friedlander 
  (10): cello; Steve Bernstein (11): slide trumpet; Briggan Krauss (11): alto;
  Dave Douglas (12): all instruments; Joey Baron (13): drums; Mark Dresser 
  (14): bass; David Krakauer (14): clarinet; Kevin Norton (14): drums.

    2000 - Avant (Japan), Avan 005 (CD)

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105 - OUT OF THE REEDS: Pharoah's Daughter

    1/ Hevel
    2/ Afilu
    3/ Im Ein Ani Li Mili
    4/ Taitch
    5/ Eicha
    6/ West African Niggun
    7/ Leecha Dodi
    8/ Hamavdil
    9/ Koomi Lach
    10/ Shnirele Perele
    11/ Ija Mia

    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Jen Gilleran: tabla, vocals; Benoir: guitar, vocals; Martha Colley: cello,
  vocals; Basya Schecter: guitar, oud, vocals; Jarrod Cagwin: frame drums,
  clay drums, dumbek; Tracey Love-Wright: flute, clarinet, crumhorn, vocals;
  Anthony Coleman: harmonium, voice, crash cymbals; Matt Darriau: bagpipes,
  kaval, saxophone, clarinet; Ted Reichmann: accordion; Corin Stiggal: bass,
  vocals; Matt Truk: mandolin, vocals; Victoria Hana: Shira Kline, vocals.

    2000 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR 273 (CD)
    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7187 (CD)

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106 - FIRE AT KEATON'S BAR & GRILL: Roy Nathanson

    1/ Fire Suite 1                             (Dobbins, Nathanson)     5:28
    2/ Fire Suite 2                             (Nathanson)              2:06
    3/ Fire Suite 3                             (Dobbins, Nathanson)     3:18
    4/ Bar Stool Paradise                       (Dobbins, Nathanson)     4:46
    5/ Last Call                                (Cale, Nathanson)        4:02
    6/ Jazz Night at Keaton's                   (Nathanson)              8:10
    7/ Bend in the Night                        (Dobbins, Nathanson)     5:19
    8/ Carol Ann                                (Nathanson, Ware)        3:39
    9/ Toast Quartet                            (Nathanson)              3:32
    10/ Loss                                    (Marcano, Nathanson)     2:16
    11/ Cups                                    (Harry, Nathanson, Ware) 3:58
    12/ Fire Suite Reprise                      (Dobbins, Mac Manus, RN) 2:38

  Elvis Costello; Cyrus Chestnut; Brad Jones; Erik Friedlander; EJ Rodriguez;
  Sam Furnace; Jay Rodriguez; Ned Rothenberg; Roy Nathanson; Marc Ribot; Bill
  Ware; Ben Perowsky; Nancy King; Charles Earland; Kenny Washington; Curtis 
  Fowlkes; Rob Thomas; David Driver; Anthony Coleman; Darius de Haas; Corey 
  Harris; David Gilmore; Danny Blume; Chris Kelly; Debbie Harry; Rob Johnson;
  Marcus Rojas.

    2000 - Six Degrees Records (USA), 657036 1024-2 (CD)

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107 - MUY DIVERTIDO (VERY ENTERTAINING): Marc Ribot Y Los Cubanos Postizos

    1/ Dame Un Cachito Pa'Huele 		(Rodriguez)              3:15
    2/ Las Lomas De New Jersey                  (Ribot)                  4:36
    3/ El Gaucho Rojo                           (Ribot)                  5:55
    4/ Obsesion                                 (Flores)                 4:19
    5/ El Divorcio                              (Rodriguez)              3:44
    6/ Se Formo El Bochinche                    (Rodriguez)              4:31
    7/ Baile Baile Baile                        (Ribot)                  4:03
    8/ No Puedo Frenar                          (Flores)                 4:31
    9/ Jaguey                                   (Rodriguez)              4:32
    10/ Carmela Dame La Llave                   (Torruellas)             3:14

    Produced by J.D. Foster

  Marc Ribot: vocals, guitar; E.J. Rodriguez: vocals, percussion; Brad Jones:
  12-string guitar, bass; John Medeski: organ; Anthony Coleman: keyboards;
  Roberto Rodriguez: drums, percussion; Frankie Vasquez: vocals, percussion;
  Eszter Balint: vocals; Riley Osborne: organ; Andy Taub: keyboards; Steve
  Nieve: keyboards; JD Foster: bass.

    2000 - Atlantic (USA), 83293-2 (CD)

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108 - INVOCATIONS: Frank London

    1/ Hod: T'Kias Shofar                       (trad., arr. London)     3:42
    2/ Keter: Avinu Malkenu                     (trad., arr. London)    10:08
    3/ Tifiret: Refoeinu                        (trad., arr. London)     4:53
    4/ Hokhma: Tzaddik Rabbi Elozar (From Kinos)(trad., arr. London)     6:19
    5/ Malkhut: Rebeynu Shel Oylem              (trad., arr. London)    10:14
    6/ Bina: Av Horachamim                      (trad., arr. London)     6:23
    7/ Gedula: Ezkeroh Elokim                   (trad., arr. London)     5:17
    8/ Gevura: Ono Hashem/Refoeinu              (trad., arr. London)     8:09

    Recorded live at the Community Synagogue, New York City on June 26, 2000
    Produced by Frank London

  Frank London: trumpet, piccolo trumpet; Anthony Colema (2,5,7): foot-pump
  harmonium; Myra Melford (2,3,8): foot and hand-pump harmonium; Ken Filiano
  (3,8): bass; Gina Leishman (4,6): glass harmonica.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7147 (CD)

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109 - LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD - EARLY HURLYBURLY 1988-1994: Gary Lucas

    1/ Vampire Circus                                                    5:05
    2/ Skin The Rabbit                                                   3:51
    3/ Dream Of A Russian Princess                                       1:45
    4/ Let's Go Swimming                                                 6:59
    5/ Poison Tree                                                       3:30
    6/ Cut From Under                                                    3:29
    7/ Jack Johnson/Ghostrider                                           4:22
    8/ Exit, Pursued By A Bear                                           3:43
    9/ The Brain From Planet Eros                                        5:00
    10/ Jericho                                                          2:51
    11/ The Crazy Ray                                                    3:55
    12/ Whip Named Lash                                                  5:02
    13/ After Strange Gods                                               3:28
    14/ And You Will                                                     4:24
    15/ Rise Up To Be                                                    8:49

  Gary Lucas: guitar, voice; Sammy Merendino: percussion; Rolo McGinty: 
  vocals, bass, percussion; Jean Chaine: bass; Jonathan Kane: drums; Mary 
  Margaret O'Hara: vocals; Tony Thunder Smith: drums; Jared Nickerson: bass; 
  Paul Now: bass; Sonya Cohen: vocals; Murray Wainstock: sampled percussion; 
  Michael Blair: drums, percussion; Dina Emerson: vocals; Ernie Brooks: bass; 
  Gregg Bendian: percussion; Anthony Coleman: piano; Jon Langford: guitar, 
  vocals; Tony Maimone: bass, drum machine; Greg Cohen: bass; Dick Connette: 
  spinet; Bill Ruyle: hammer dulcimer; Fred Lonberg-Holm: cello; K-Rob: vocal; 
  Cameo: scratching; Anthony Kane: mouth harp.

    2000 - Last Call (France), 3063132 (CD)

  Note: (14,15) are previously unreleased instrumentals.

  See BAD BOYS OF THE ARCTIC (1994) for further references on (1,4,6,8,10,13)
  and GODS AND MONSTERS for (2,3,5,7,9,11,12).

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110 - ARCHERY: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Archery (rehearsal)
    1/ Part 1                                                           32:10
    2/ Part 2                                                           16:14
    3/ Part 3                                                           28:32
  Disc 2 and 3: Archery
    4/ A1-D2                                                            20:35
    5/ D3-G1                                                            20:07
    6/ G2-L4                                                            23:53
    7/ L5-O14                                                           23:29

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn on September 12 & 13, 1981

  Robert Dick: flute, bass flute, piccolo, game calls; George Lewis: tenor
  trombone; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, Eb clarinet, game calls;
  Anthony Coleman: Yamaha organ, electric piano; Wayne Horvitz: Farfisa organ,
  harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer,
  radio, rhythm machine, devices; Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitars, acous-
  tic guitar; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Bill Laswell: 4 and 6 string
  Fender basses; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David Moss: drums,
  voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-4 (3xCD)

  Note: the content of this 3xCD set was already available on THE PARACHUTE
  YEARS 1977-1980 (1997).

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111 - THE BIG HEAD: Matt Darriau's Ballin' the Jack

    1/ Jubilee Stomp
    2/ Dick's Holler
    3/ Seven Come Eleven
    4/ Tapped Out
    5/ L'Esprit Django
    6/ The Big Head
    7/ Fugueaditty
    8/ Noche Loisada
    9/ Daydream
    10/ Smokefish
    11/ Moonlight Serenade
    12/ Jug (Dexter Digs In)
    13/ Creole Love Call
    14/ Betaville
    15/ Mood Indigo (Part 2)
    16/ I'm Getting Sentimental Over You

  Matt Darriau: alto, tenor, clarinet; Andy Laster: baritone saxophone, cla-
  rinet; Curtis Hasselbring: trombone; Frank London: trumpet; Ben Sher: gui-
  tars, Wurlitzer electronic piano; Joe Fitzgerald: bass; George Schuller:
  drums, bells; Anthony Coleman (2,3,7,12): Hammond B3 organ.

    2001 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFW 289 (CD)

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112 - INASMUCH AS LIFE IS BORROWED...: Marc Ribot

    1/ Terramotati                              (Ribot)                 11:22
    2/ After                                    (Ribot)                  6:04
    3/ Piotr's Blues                            (Ribot)                  4:43
    4/ Nothing                                  (Ribot)                  1:03
    5/ Max                                      (Ribot)                  2:45
    6/ Air (Requiem)                            (Ribot)                 10:46
    7/ Blood                                    (Ribot)                 19:32
    8/ The End                                  (Ribot)                  4:34

    Recorded live at Theatre de la Ville, Paris on November 24 & 25, 2000
    Produced by JD Foster

  Marc Ribot: guitars; Anthony Coleman: piano, keyboards, samplers, pump
  organ; Ned Rothenberg: clarinet, bass clarinet; Sim Cain: drums, percussion;
  Sebastian Steinberg: bass; Gavin Webber (4): voice and text improvisation.

    2001 - Ultima Vez (Belgium), UV 01 (CD)

  Note: this record was only sold during performances of Wim Vandekeybus'
  Ultima Vez dance group.

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113 - OUR BEAUTIFUL GARDEN IS OPEN: Sephardic Tinge

    1/ Detritus                                 (Coleman)                4:26
    2/ Like Trees, Like Leaves...               (Coleman)                3:48
    3/ El Sueno De La Hija Del Rey              (trad. Sephardic)        4:10
    4/ Et Dodim                                 (trad. Sephardic)        4:47
    5/ Our Beautiful Garden Is Open             (Coleman)                9:12
    6/ There Is Nothing To Be Done              (Coleman)                3:48
    7/ Nani Nani                                (trad. Sephardic)        4:17
    8/ Youkali                                  (K. Weill, R. Fernay)    5:54
    9/ Scalerica De Oro                         (trad. Sephardic)        3:34
    10/ Adon Haslichot                          (trad. Sephardic)        5:00

    (1-4,6,7,10) recorded at Avatar, New York City on September 21, 2000
    (5,8,9) recorded at Hit Factory, New York City on October 22, 2001

  Anthony Coleman: piano; Ben Street: bass; Michael Sarin: drums.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7159 (CD)

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114 - ON THE CARPET: ORIENTAL CULTURE FESTIVAL: various artists

  This record features Aital, Frank London Ensemble, Sainkho Namtchylak 
  Ensemble, Ekova, Ashkabad.

  Anthony Coleman plays on ? track(s) with the Frank London Ensemble:

    ?/ ?

    Recorded on December 13-17, 2000

  Frank London: trumpet; Anthony Coleman: pump organ; Vladimir Volkov: bass;
  Igor Paraschyuk: clarinet.

    2002 (?) - Dom Records (Russia), 0104 (CD)

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115 - CHRIS MANN AND THE USE: Chris Mann

    1/ Or, Yellow                               (Chris Mann)            23:00
    2/ Virtuoso Thinking For Several Invited Words
                                                (Chris Mann)            20:09
    3/ Humility - On Eating Your Words          (Chris Mann)            22:11

  Chris Mann; Christine Bard (1); Anthony Coleman (1); Christian Marclay (1);
  Mark Stewart (1); David Watson (1); Jim Pugliese (3).

    2002 - Lovely Music (USA), LCD 3091 (CD)

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116 - HARD RAIN A TRIBUTE TO BOB DYLAN VOL. TWO: various artists

  This audio companion to the June 2002 issue of the English magazine UNCUT
  features Hamell on Trial (1), Echo & The Bunnymen (2), Lee Ranaldo (3), Paul
  Westerberg (4), Yo La Tengo (5), The Specials (6), The Charlatans (7), Dr.
  Feelgodd (8), Robyn Hitchcock (9), Buddy & Julie Miller (10), Steve Harley
  (11), Ani DiFranco (12), Cowboy Junkies (13), Gallon Drunk (14), Emmylou
  Harris (15).

  Anthony Coleman plays on one track with Lee Ranaldo:

    3/ Visions Of Johanna                       (Bob Dylan)

    Recorded in 1991

  Lee Ranaldo (3): guitar, vocals; Anthony Coleman (3): keyboards; Robert
  Quine (3): guitar; Mike Watt (3): bass; Steve Shelley (3): drums.

    2002 - Uncut (UK), UNCUT 2002 06 (magazine+CD)

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117 - GYPSY KILLER: Sanda Weigl

    1/ Trenule Masina Mica                                               3:20
    2/ Lume, Lume                                                        4:35
    3/ Ciuleandra                                                        3:05
    4/ Recrutii                                                          4:47
    5/ Butelcuta Mea                                                     1:47
    6/ Pina Cind Nu Te Iubeam                                            4:29
    7/ Cintec Din Oas                                                    2:50
    8/ Cine Iubeste Si Lasa                                              4:03
    9/ Bun Ii Vinu Ghiurghiuliu                                          3:19
    10/ Valeleu                                                          2:22
    11/ Cintec De Leagan                                                 4:04

    Recorded at Sorcerer's Studio in New York
    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Sanda Weigl: vocals; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, sampler; Marc Ribot:
  guitar; Glen Velez: hand percussion; Ted Reichman: accordion; Roy Nathanson:
  soprano; Douglas J. Wieselman: clarinet, Eb clarinet; Brad Jones: bass;
  Curtis Hasselbring: trombone; Alexander Fedoriouk: cimbalom; Roberto
  Rodriguez: drums, percussion; Jim Pugliese: percussion; Hans-Jorn
  Brandenburg: piano, organ; Noah Hoffeld: cello; Alicia Svigals: violin; Matt
  Darriau: kaval, gaida; Briggan Krauss: alto; Curtis Fowlkes: trombone; Basya
  Schechter: hand percussion; Ken Dunlap: electric guitar.

    2002 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFW 315 (CD)

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118 - CRUEL SMILE: Elvis Costello & The Imposters

    1/ Smile                                    (Chaplin, Turner,
                                                Parsons)

    (1) recorded at Avatar Studios, New York
    (1) produced by Elvis Costello and Kevin Killen

  Elvis Costello: vocals; Greg Cohen (1): bass; Anthony Coleman (1): piano;
  Marc Ribot (1): guitar; Roy Nathanson (1): alto; Bill Ware (1): vibraphone;
  Joey Baron (1): drums; Elena Barere (1): string conductor; Barry Finclaire
  (1): violin; Ricky Sortomme (1): violin; Enrico Dicecco (1): violin; Vincent
  Lionti (1): viola; Richard Locker (1): cello; Jeanne Leblanc (1): cello.

    2002 - Island (USA), 440-063 388-2 (CD)

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119 - VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS [MASADA TRIBUTE VOL. TWO]: John Zorn

  This 2xCD set features Pharaoh's Daughter (1), Ben Perowsky Trio (2), Cracow
  Klezmer Band (3), Rova Saxophone Quartet (4), Zony Mash (5), Naftule's Dream
  (6), Kramer (7), Satlah (8) Jewlia Eisenberg (9), Pachora (10), Lemon Juice
  Quartet (11), Steven Bernstein (12), Medeski Martin and Wood (13), Rashanim
  (14), Davka (15), Tin Hat Trio (16), Peter Apfelbaum (17), Mephista (18),
  Mike Patton (19), Ben Goldberg Trio (20), The Wollesens (21), Professionales
  (22), Jenny Scheinman (23), Jamie and Vanessa Saft (24).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Karaim                                   (Zorn)                   4:19
    2/ Kisofim                                  (Zorn)                   6:45
    3/ Meholalot                                (Zorn)                   4:57
    4/ Lakom                                    (Zorn)                   4:07
    5/ Tekufah                                  (Zorn)                   6:23
    6/ Paran                                    (Zorn)                   5:10
    7/ Khebar                                   (Zorn)                   2:20
    8/ Nevalah                                  (Zorn)                   3:39
    9/ Abidan                                   (Zorn, David Avidan)     3:53
    10/ Tirzah                                  (Zorn)                   5:06
    11/ Peliyot                                 (Zorn)                   5:49
    12/ Shebuah                                 (Zorn)                   8:27
  Disc 2:
    13/ Ziphim                                  (Zorn)                   7:16
    14/ Avodah                                  (Zorn)                   5:32
    15/ Rokhev                                  (Zorn)                   3:16
    16/ Tannaim                                 (Zorn)                   3:29
    17/ Acharei Mot                             (Zorn)                   7:32
    18/ Malkut                                  (Zorn)                   3:30
    19/ Kochot                                  (Zorn)                   3:47
    20/ Jair                                    (Zorn)                   5:22
    21/ Ne'eman                                 (Zorn)                   6:54
    22/ Tahah                                   (Zorn)                   3:45
    23/ Tiferet                                 (Zorn)                   5:02
    24/ Kedem                                   (Zorn)                   7:29

    Recorded between August 2002 and January 2003

  Basya Schecter (1): oud, vocals; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (1,8,11,14): bass;
  Daphna Mor (1): recorder, melodica; Ben Oir (1): guitar; Noah Heoffeld (1):
  cello; Meg Okura (1): violin; Daniel Freedman (1): percussion, vocal shouts;
  Ben Perowsky (2): drums; Uri Caine (2): piano; Drew Gress (2): bass;
  Jaroslaw Tyrala (3): violin; Jaroslaw Bester (3): accordion; Oleg Dyyak (3):
  accordion, clarinet, percussion; Wojciech Front (3): bass; Bruce Ackley (4):
  soprano; Larry Ochs (4): tenor; Jon Raskin (4): baritone saxophone; Steve
  Adams (4): sopranino; Wayne Horvitz (5): Fender Rhodes; Timothy Young (5):
  guitar; Keith Lowe (5): bass; Andy Roth (5): drums; Glenn Dickson (6): cla-
  rinet; Gary Bohan (6): trumpet; Michael McLaughlin (6): piano; Brandon
  Seabrook (6): guitar; James Gray (6): tuba; Eric Rosenthal (6): drums;
  Kramer (7): all instruments, voice; Daniel Zamir (8): soprano; Kevin Zubek
  (8,11): drums; Jewlia Eisenberg (9): voice; Wesley Anderson (9): percussion;
  Chris Speed (10): clarinet; Brad Shepik (10): tamboura, electric saz, gui-
  tar; Skúli Sverrisson (10): bass, baritone guitar drones; Jim Black (10):
  drums, percussion; Jamie Saft (10,24): organ, keyboards, bass, guitar, pro-
  gramming; Eyal Maoz (11): guitar; Avishai E. Cohen (11): trumpet; Steve
  Bernstein (12): cornet; Doug Wieselman (12): Eb clarinet; Marty Ehrlich
  (12): bass clarinet; Doug Wamble (12): vocals, guitar; Aaron Johnson (12):
  shakers; John Medeski (13): keyboards; Billy Martin (13): percussion; Chris
  Wood (13): bass; Jon Madof (14): guitar; Mathias Kunzli (14): drums, per-
  cussion; Daniel Hoffman (15): violin; Moses Sedler (15): cello; Paul Hanson
  (15): bassoon; Kevin Mummey (15): cajon; Mark Orton (16): guitar, dobro,
  banjo, percussion; Carla Kihlstedt (16): violin, viola; Rob Burger (16):
  accordion, bass harmonica; Peter Apfelbaum (17): organ, tenor, percussion;
  Hiawatha Lockport (17): organ; Charles Burnham (17): violin; David Phelps
  (17): guitar; Patrice (17): bass; Dafnis Prieto (17): drums; Ikue Mori (18):
  laptop electronics; Sylvie Courvoisier (18): piano; Susie Ibarra (18):
  drums; Mike Patton (19): all instruments, voice; William Winant (19): per-
  cussion; Ben Goldberg (20): clarinet; Devin Hoff (20): bass; Ches Smith
  (20): drums; Dave Binney (21): alto; Steve Cardenas (21): guitar; Tony
  Scherr (21): guitar; Jesse Murphy (21): bass; Brian Mitchell (21): organ;
  Kenny Wollesen (21): drums; Anthony Coleman (22): piano; Brad Jones (22):
  bass; Roberto Rodriguez (22): drums; Jenny Scheinman (23): violin; Nels
  Cline (23): guitar; Todd Sickafoose (23): bass; Scott Amendola (23): drums;
  Vanessa Saft (24): vocals.
  
    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7172-2 (2xCD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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120 - SCELSI MORNING: Marc Ribot

    1/ Bataille                                 (Ribot)                  4:56
    2/ Scelsi Morning                           (Ribot)                  6:25
    3/ And Then She Fell...                     (Ribot)                  1:26
    4/ Earth                                    (Ribot)                  4:01
    5/ Pennies From Hell                        (Ribot)                  4:59
    6/ Geese                                    (Ribot)                 12:14
    7/ Our Daily Bread                          (Ribot)                  3:27
    8/ Identity I-Shmentity                     (Ribot)                  6:47
    9/ The Youth Brigade Triumphs Again (And Again)
                                                (Ribot)                  5:14
    10/ Kabukitsch                              (Ribot)                  3:23

    (1-3,5,6) recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York City in April 2000
    (4) recorded at Sperry Sound, New York City in April 2000
    (7-10) recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York City in January 2000
    Produced by Marc Ribot

  Marc Ribot: guitar; Christine Bard (1,7-10): percussion, drums; Roberto
  Rodriguez (1,4): percussion, drums; Ned Rothenberg (1,2,5,6): bass clarinet,
  clarinet; Jill Jaffe (1,2,6): violin, viola; Chris Wood (1,2,5): bass;
  Anthony Coleman (1,5,7-10): pump organ, piano, sampler, trombone; Ted
  Reichman (2,6): pump organ, accordion; Eddie Sperry (4): sampler; Rob Thomas
  (7-10): violin, bass.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7089 (CD)

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121 - DIMLY LIT [COLLECTED SOUNDTRACKS 1996-2002]: Doug Wieselman

    1/ Bicycle                                  (Wieselman)              0:41
    2/ B.P. 2                                   (Wieselman)              2:21
    3/ Theme F                                  (Wieselman)              2:12
    4/ Opening                                  (Wieselman)              1:04
    5/ Tango                                    (Wieselman)              1:48
    6/ Block Dance                              (Wieselman)              2:37
    7/ Theme H                                  (Wieselman)              1:27
    8/ The Girl In The Booth                    (Wieselman)              2:48
    9/ Eretz                                    (Wieselman)              1:08
    10/ The Vision                              (Wieselman)              2:37
    11/ Road                                    (Wieselman)              1:29
    12/ Exodus 3                                (Wieselman)              0:54
    13/ Dog Run                                 (Wieselman)              1:24
    14/ Waltz                                   (Wieselman)              2:31
    15/ Bells And Balalaika                     (Wieselman)              2:03
    16/ Andrea                                  (Wieselman)              2:14
    17/ Garden                                  (Wieselman)              1:32
    18/ Song                                    (Wieselman)              1:34
    19/ Window                                  (Wieselman)              0:26
    20/ Crane                                   (Wieselman)              1:15
    21/ Limbo                                   (Wieselman)              1:15
    22/ Cinder Block                            (Wieselman)              1:39
    23/ Man Theme                               (Wieselman)              1:53
    24/ Hatikva                                 (Wieselman)              3:44
    25/ Shadows                                 (Wieselman)              3:10
    26/ Louis 1                                 (Wieselman)              0:51

    No recording information
    Produced by Doug Wieselman

  Doug Wieselman: guitars, woodwinds, percussion, samples, drums, harmonica,
  etc; Anthony Coleman (3,25): piano; Trevor Dunn (3,14): bass; Jim Pugliese
  (3,14): drums; Charles Burnham (2): violin; Jane Scarpantoni (2): cello; Jon
  Birdsong (2): tuba; Don Falzone (4,5,13,19): bass; Jenny Scheinman (4,5,13,
  19): violin; Ted Reichman (4,5,13,19): accordion.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7515 (CD)

  Note:
    (1,17,20,22) were written for the movie NOT FOR SALE by Yael Bitton.
    (2) was written for the movie THE COMEDY OF ERRORS by Robert Woodruff.
    (3,7,9,11,12,14,15,18,21,24,25) were written for the movie THE LONG WAY
    HOME by Mark Jonathan Harris.
    (4,5,13,19) were written for the movie STRAYS by Linda Rabiet.
    (6) was written for the movie DOWN TO EARTH by Shoshana Perry.
    (8,10,23) were written for the movie BUTTRAYED by Bliss Kolb.
    (16,26) were written for ART 21 (PBS).

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122 - SOUNDTRACKS II: Marc Ribot

    1/ Small Consolation                        (Ribot)                  0:52
    2/ Prowler                                  (Ribot)                  2:57
    3/ House Of Mirrors                         (Ribot)                  1:48
    4/ Urbanight                                (Ribot)                  2:38
    5/ Shockuhachi                              (Ribot)                  1:23
    6/ Blue Party                               (Ribot)                  1:07
    7/ The Beast In The Jungle                  (Ribot)                  2:27
    8/ Nausea                                   (Ribot)                  2:57
    9/ Savannah                                 (Ribot)                  2:15
    10/ Miles To Go                             (Ribot)                  1:01
    11/ The Dream Of The Other                  (Ribot)                  1:02
    12/ Green Party                             (Ribot)                  0:52
    13/ Pensando                                (Ribot)                  3:52
    14/ Blurry In Brooklyn                      (Ribot)                  1:48
    15/ The Killing Zone                        (Ribot)                  5:07
    16/ Flatbush Eye                            (Ribot)                  1:27
    17/ Miles Behind                            (Ribot)                  0:57
    18/ Requiem For Eitan                       (Ribot)                  3:03
    19/ Penitant Skyline                        (Ribot)                  0:40
    20/ The Persistence Of Memory               (Ribot)                  7:35
    21/ Lost Children                           (Ribot)                  5:18
    22/ Green Party (Radio Mix)                 (Ribot)                  0:50

    (1,3,6,8,10,12,17,19,22) recorded at Sperry Sound, New York City
    (2,5,13,15,16,20,21) recorded at Ribosound Studios, New York City
    (4,7,9,11,14,18) recorded at The Magic Shop, New York City
    Produced by Marc Ribot

  Marc Ribot: guitars, trumpet, Eb horn, sequencer; Anthony Coleman (3,6,8,10,
  12,22): sampler, piano, organ; Matt Darriau (1,3): clarinet; Alex Foster (3,
  6,10,12,17,19,22): clarinet, saxophone; J.D. Foster (1,3,6,10,12,17,19,22):
  bass; Roberto Rodriguez (1,3,6,10,12,17,22): drums; Steven Bernstein (7,18):
  trumpet; Mark Feldman (4,7,11,14,18): violin; Jill Jaffe (4,7,11,14,18):
  viola; François Lardeau (16,20): drum sequencing; Frank London (2,5,7,9,11,
  13-16,18,21): trumpet; Jay Rodriguez (14): saxophone; E.J. Rodriguez (4,7,
  14): percussion; Ned Rothenberg (5,15,20): shakuhachi flute, flute, alto;
  Peter Scherer (4,7,11,14,18): sampler, piano, synthesizer; Sebastian
  Steinberg (4,7,9,11,14-16): bass.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7516 (CD)

  Note: (1,3,6,8,10,12,17,19,22) were written for Gregory Feldman's JOE SCHMO; 
  (2,4,5,7,9,11,13-16,18,21) were written for Michele Stephenson's THE KILLING
  ZONE; (20) was written for a movie by Jennifer Reeves.

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123 - BED TIME: Gina Leishman

    1/ Why So Blue 				(Leishman)		 3:14 
    2/ Lonely House 				(Leishman)		 2:28 
    3/ Take O Take 				(Leishman)		 2:48 
    4/ Come Away Death 				(Leishman)		 3:59 
    5/ O Mistress Mine 				(Leishman)		 3:55 
    6/ The Soothsayer 				(Leishman)		 5:53 
    7/ Ask Me 					(Leishman)		 4:56 
    8/ Bed Time 				(Leishman)		 4:57 
    9/ Nothing To Say 				(Leishman)		 5:33 
    10/ Big Blue Bathtub 			(Leishman)		 4:46 
    11/ Hey Ho 					(Leishman)		 2:51 
    12/ Glass Dreams				(Leishman)		 5:19

    Recorded at Brooklyn Recording, New York (USA)
    Produced by JD Foster

  Gina Leishman: vocals, piano, ukelele, glasses; Steven Bernstein: trumpet; 
  Peck Allmond: trumpet; Marc Ribot: guitar; Doug Wieselman: guitar, clari-
  nets; Rob Burger: accordion; Anthony Coleman: piano; Jenny Scheinman: vio-
  lin; Greg Cohen: bass; Trevor Dunn: bass; Roberto Rodriguez: drums; Kenny
  Wollesen: drums.

    2004 - GCQ Records (Germany), ??? (CD)

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124 - LAKE BIWA: Wadada Leo Smith Creative Orchestra 

    1/ Lake Biwa: A Fullmoon Purewater Gold (2000)
                                                (Wadada Leo Smith)      11:12
    2/ Sanai's Enclosed Garden Of The Truth (2003)
                                                (Wadada Leo Smith)      23:48
    3/ Diamonback Serpent In A House Full Of Water And Still Rising
       (2003)                                   (Wadada Leo Smith)      15:59
    4/ Africana World (2004)                    (Wadada Leo Smith)      18:31

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City
    Produced by Wadada Leo Smith

  Jennifer Choi: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; John Lindberg: bass; Wes
  Brown: bass; Marc Ribot: guitar; John Zorn: alto; Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet,
  conductor; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Anthony Coleman: piano; Yuko Fujiyama: piano;
  Craig Taborn: piano; Jamie Saft: piano; Gerald Cleaver: drums; Susie Ibarra:
  drums; Kwaku Kwaakye: drums.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8008 (CD)

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125 - HAZONOS: Frank London

    1/ Sanctification
    2/ Sheyibone Beys Hamikdosh-In the House
    3/ Moron D'Vishmayo
    4/ Repentance
    5/ Shir Hama'alos Pt.1
    6/ Aspiration
    7/ Shir Hama'alos Pt.2
    8/ Blessed Is The Eternal
    9/ Holiness

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, harmonium; Frank London: trumpet, harmonium;
  Tomas Ulrich: cello; Jacob Ben-Zion Mendelson: vocals; David Chevan: bass; 
  Gerald Cleaver: drums; Daniel Mendelson: vocals; Dan Rosengard: keyboeards;
  Cookie Segelstein: violin; Cantor Simon Spiro: vocals.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8102 (CD)

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126 - THE BEST OF FILMWORKS - 20 YEARS OF SOUNDTRACK MUSIC: John Zorn

    1/ Main Title: She Must Be Seeing Things 
    2/ End Titles: White And Lazy
    3/ Yakisoba: Cynical Hysterie Hour 
    4/ Punk Rock Hero: Cynical Hysterie Hour
    5/ Through The Night: Cynical Hysterie Hour  
    6/ Surfing Samba: Cynical Hysterie Hour  
    7/ Fanfare/Theme: The Golden Boat
    8/ France: Weiden And Kennedy
    9/ Sweden: Weiden And Kennedy  
    10/ Arsenal Dance Mix: Looters (Trespass) 
    11/ Main Title: Hollywood Hotel
    12/ Wheelchair Racers: Weiden And Kennedy
    13/ Pueblo: Rose Hobart 
    14/ Lituus: Tears Of Ecstasy 
    15/ Fireworks: Mechanics Of The Brain
    16/ End Titles: Anton, Mailman 
    17/ Deseo: Latin Boys Go To Hell  
    18/ Shanghai: Port Of Last Resort 
    19/ Trembling Before G-d: Trembling Before G-d
    20/ Filming: In The Mirror Of Maya Deren 
    21/ Shabbos Noir: Secret Lives
    22/ Chippy Charm: Homecoming
    23/ Vocal Phase: Homecoming 
    24/ Shaolin Spirit: Shaolin Ulysses 
    25/ Main Title: Invitation To A Suicide
    26/ Sekhel (Vocal Version): Hiding And Seeking
    27/ Main Title: Protocols Of Zion 
    28/ Indonesia: Workingman's Death 

  John Zorn; Cyro Baptista; Joey Baron; Greg Cohen; Anthony Coleman; Trevor
  Dunn; Mark Feldman; Erik Friedlander; Bill Frisell; Wayne Horvitz; Bill 
  Laswell; Arto Lindsay; Bobby Previte; Marc Ribot; Jamie Saft; Peter Scherer;
  Kenny Wollesen; etc.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7350 (CD)

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127 - HIGH DANGER VOLTAGE - INTRODUCTION TO ICTUS RECORDS' 30TH ANNIVERSARY 
  COLLECTION: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Tao   					(Steve Lacy)		 4:56
    2/ Back To The Future   						 6:57
    3/ Bone (Tao 3)				(Steve Lacy)		 5:48
    4/ The Gipsy Part One						 8:03
    5/ Lost In The Mist							 6:57
    6/ The New Moon				(Steve Lacy)		 6:01
    7/ The Innsbruck Session						 5:13
    8/ Drop Two 							 4:16 
    9/ O Ce Biel Cisciel Da Udin 					 3:00 
    10/ Live In Woodstock 						 5:33 
    11/ NY Sextet Improvisation 					 4:00 
    12/ In Real Time #6 						 6:19 

    (1) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in November 1984
    (2) recorded live at Tonic, New York City in April 2005
    (3) recorded live in Udine, Italy on December 5, 1976
    (4) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in July 1983
    (5) recorded live at Alassio Jazz Festival, Alassio (Italy) on July 5, 
    1982
    (6) recorded live in Casarsa, Udine (Italy) on February 20, 1976
    (7) recorded at Krinzinger Gallery, Innsbruck (Austria) in January 1983
    (8) recorded at Centazzo Studio Moruzzo, Italy on April 3 & 4, 1997
    (9) recorded At Walden Studios, Carmel Highlands (USA) in December 1978
    (10) recorded live at Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (USA) in December
    1980 
    (11) recorded live at WKCR Radio Station, New York City on November 7, 
    1978
    (12) recorded live in Rome, Italy
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion, drum set, vocals, digital percussion, sampling;
  Steve Lacy (1,3,6): soprano, bird calls, pocket synthesizer; Anthony Coleman
  (2): piano; Marco Cappelli (2): guitars; Kent Carter (3): bass; Carlos 
  Zingaro (4,5): violin; Franz Koglmann (5,7): flugelhorn, trumpet; Gianluigi
  Trovesi (5): bass clarinet, alto; Radu Malfatti (5): trombone; Carlo Actis
  Dato (5): bass clarinet, baritone saxophone; Roberto Ottaviano (5): soprano; 
  Sauro D'Angelo (5): clarinet, alto; Roberto Manuzzi (5): soprano; Andrea 
  Anzola (5): French horn; Roberto Bartoli (5): bass; Stefano Ferri (5): bass; 
  Franco Feruglioi (5): bass; Bruno Cabassi (5): xylophone, percussion; 
  Gianpaolo Salbego (5): percussion; Guido (5): percussion; Lol Coxhill (7): 
  soprano; Derek Bailey (8): guitar; Rova Saxophone Quartet (9): Larry Ochs 
  (tenor, soprano), Jon Raskin (baritone saxophone, alto, soprano, clarinet),
  Bruce Ackley (clarinet, soprano), Andrew Voigt (alto, soprano, flute); Tom 
  Cora (10,11): cello; Polly Bradfield (11): violin; Eugene Chadbourne (11): 
  guitars; Toshinori Kondo (11): trumpet; John Zorn (11): reeds; Alvin Curran
  (12): synthesizer, piano, trumpet; Evan Parker (12): soprano, tenor.

    2006 - Ictus (USA), 140 (CD)

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128 - PLUNGE: Zeno de Rossi Sultry

    1/ Plunge 					(Chris Speed) 
    2/ Tina 					(Zeno de Rossi)
    3/ The Daniel Quinn Theme 			(Zeno de Rossi)
    4/ Audio Bongo 				(Monty Norman) 
    5/ Zakaz 					(Zeno de Rossi) 
    6/ Freezy 					(Chris Speed) 
    7/ Fujiyama 				(Dave Brubeck) 
    8/ Petunia 					(Zeno de Rossi) 
    9/ Singer 					(Zeno de Rossi) 
    10/ Ida Y Vuelta 				(Stefano Senni) 
    11/ Abracadabra 				(Zeno de Rossi) 
    12/ Cristo Redentor 			(Duke Pearson) 

  Chris Speed: tenor, clarinet; Stefano Senni: bass; Zeno De Rossi: drums; 
  Anthony Coleman: Hammond A-100 organ, Wurlitzer, Fender Rhodes, Vox organ; 
  Enrico Terragnoli: guitar. 

    2006 - El Gallo Rojo (Italy), 314-6 (CD)

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129 - SHMUTSIGE MAGNATEN: COLEMAN PLAYS GEBIRTIG: Anthony Coleman

    1/ Mayn Yovl
    2/ Mamenyu An Eytse
    3/ Kartofl Zup Mit Shvamen
    4/ Avreml Der Marvikher
    5/ Oy Briderl, L'Chaim
    6/ S'Brent
    7/ Hulyet, Hulyet, Kinderlekh
    8/ S'Izs Gut
    9/ Minuten Fun Betochen/Minuten Fun Yiesh
    10/ Oreme Shnayderlekh

  Anthony Coleman: piano, voice.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8106 (CD)

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130 - ZUFLUCHT IN SHANGHAI: THE PORT OF LAST RESORT: John Zorn

  Movie by Joan Grossman and Paul Rosdy with soundtrack music by John Zorn.

  Min Xiao-Fen: pipa; Marc Ribot: guitar; Anthony Coleman: piano; Mark
  Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Greg Cohen: bass.

    2006 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 915004 (DVD)

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131 - EXTREME GUITAR PROJECT: MUSIC FROM DOWNTOWN NYC: Marco Cappelli

    1/ And So I Went To Pittsburgh              (Marc Ribot)             3:01
    2/ Bird Chant                               (Ikue Mori)              6:21
    3/ Amygdala                                 (Elliott Sharp)         11:42
    4/ The Buzzing In My Head                   (Anthony Coleman)       10:12
    A Bright Moon Makes A Little Daytime        (Nick Didkowsky)                 
      5/ Hammertoes                                                      3:03
      6/ Poker Face Alters Conversation                                  1:51
      7/ The Ass's Demise                                                1:44
    8/ Pi-Anode                                 (Otomo Yoshihide)        5:58
    9/ Marked By A Hat                          (Annie Gosfield)         7:54
    10/ Uboingee Etude #1                       (Mark Stewart)           5:22
    11/ Iron Blue                               (Erik Friedlander)       7:40
    12/ Terra (from Metta Meditations)          (David Shea)             4:26
    
  Marco Cappelli: guitar.

    2006 - Mode (USA), mode 157 (CD)

  Note: Anthony Coleman does not play on this record.

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132 - BACK TO THE FUTURE: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Back To The Future #1                                             6:57
    2/ Back To The Future #2                                            14:59
    3/ Back To The Future #3                                             7:59
    4/ Back To The Past #1                                               6:13
    5/ Back To The Past #2                                               6:34
    6/ Back To The Past #3                                               5:18
    7/ Back To The Past #4                                               9:40
    8/ Back To The Past #5                                               6:05

    (1-3) recorded live at Tonic, New York City in April 2005
    (4-6) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in April 1980
    (7,8) recorded live at London Musician Collective, London (UK) in February 
    1979

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion digital percussion, sampling; Anthony Coleman
  (1-3): piano; Marco Cappelli (1-3): guitars; Davey Williams (4-8): guitars,
  banjo; Ladonna Smith (4-8): violin, vocals.

    2006 - Ictus (USA), 130 (CD)

  Note: this record is part of a 12xCD box set.

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133 - PUSHY BLUENESS: Anthony Coleman

    1/ Township Jive                            (Coleman)
    2/ Set into Motion                          (Coleman)
    3/ The Hidden Agenda                        (Coleman)
    4/ Pushy Blueness                           (Coleman)

  Anthony Coleman: piano, electric Organ, khene, mbira; Jim Pugliese: percus-
  sion; Doug Wieselman: e-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, guitar; Marco
  Cappelli: guitar; Joseph Kubera: piano; Tilt Brass Band: Kevin Norton (per-
  cussion), Ron Caswell (tuba), John Clark (French horn), Ann Ellsworth
  (French horn), Greg Evans (conductor), Joe Fiedler (trombone), Jacob Garchik 
  (bass trombone), Taylor Haskins (trumpet), Chris McIntyre (trombone), 
  Charlie Porter (trumpet), CJ Camerieri (trumpet).

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8024 (CD)

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134 - STARLINGS: Billy Martin

    1/ Starlings 1
    2/ Starlings 2
    3/ Starlings 3
    4/ Starlings 4
    5/ Starlings 5
    6/ Pelagos
    7/ Soul Map
    8/ Metamorphosis 1
    9/ Metamorphosis 2
    10/ Metamorphosis 3
    11/ Stridulation For The Good Luck Feast
    12/ Strangulation
    13/ Exquisite Machine

  Jennifer Choi: violin; Anthony Coleman: conductor; Trevor Dunn: bass; Jill 
  Jaffe: viola; Ron Lawrence: viola; Okkyung Lee: cello; Billy Martin: percus-
  sion, mbiras, conductor; Doug Wieselman: clarinet, bass clarinet; Greg 
  Burrows: percussion; David Butler: percussion; Helen Campo: flutes; Vincent 
  Chancey: French horn; Dave Eggar: cello; David Freeman: percussion; Jacob 
  Garchik: trombone; Jonathan Grusauskas: percussion; Gregor Huebuer: violin;
  Julia Jarcho: percussion; Mark Karwan: percussion; Alexandra Knoll: oboe, 
  English horn; Brad Koegel: percussion; Jed Kosiner: percussion; Andrew 
  Mcauley: percussion; Charlie Porter: trumpet; Luke Schneiders: percussion;
  Aaron Shragge: percussion.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8025 (CD)

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135 - SABBATH IN PARADISE: Claudia Heuermann 

  This movie by Claudia Heurmann features Anthony Coleman, David Krakauer, 
  Frank London, Roy Nathanson, Andy Statman, John Zorn, Milchael Alpert, Marc
  Ribot.

    Produced by Claudia Heurmann

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3005 (DVD)

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136 - LAPIDATION: Anthony Coleman

    1/ Lapidation                            	(Coleman)
    2/ East Orange                              (Coleman)
    3/ I Diet On Cod                            (Coleman)
    4/ Mise En Abime                            (Coleman)
    5/ The King Of Kabay                        (Coleman)

  Marty Ehrlich: tenor, clarinet; Doug Wieselman: clarinet, bass clarinet, E-
  flat clarinet; Ned Rothenberg: clarinet, bass clarinet; Dan Barrett: cello; 
  Gareth Flowers: trumpet; Christopher McIntyre: trombone; Jacob Garchik: 
  trombone; Steven Gosling: piano; Joseph Kubera: piano; Cornelius Dufallo: 
  violin; Dan Barrett: cello; Marco Cappelli: guitars, mandolin; Ken Filiano: 
  bass; Sean Conly: bass; Ted Reichman: accordion; Jim Pugliese: percussion; 
  Kevin Norton: percussion; Retake Iowa: Christopher McDonald (piano), Ashley 
  Paul (alto), Chris Veilleux (alto), Dana Jessen (bassoon), Jameson Swanagon 
  (guitar), Cory Pesaturo (accordion), Matt Plummer (trombone), Eli Keszler 
  (drums), Ben Davis (bass); Anthony Coleman: electric organ, conductor.

    2007 - New World (USA), 80593 (CD)

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137 - DO THE DON'T: Elliott Sharp's Terraplane

    1/ Life In A Crackerbox
    2/ Lost Souls
    3/ Stop That Thing
    4/ Skramble
    5/ Oil Blues
    6/ Blues In The Middle
    7/ Please Don't
    8/ L8R On
    9/ In The Drift
    10/ Falling
    11/ Three Kings
    12/ Another Train
    13/ Out Of This Place
    14/ Steel Minor
    15/ Dogpant 

  Hubert Sumlin: guitar; David Hofstra: bass; Sam Furnace: alto, baritone 
  saxophone; Sim Cain: drums; Eric Mingus: vocals; Dean Bowman: vocals; 
  Anthony Coleman: piano; Elliott Sharp: guitars, lapsteel, 12-string acous-
  tic, baritone guitar, tenor, chromatic harmonica, bits and bytes.

    2008 - Intuition (Germany), INT 3425 2 (CD)

  Note: this record had been previously released both on Zoar and Gaff Music;
  this third edition features five extra tracks, with extra musicians, and for
  this reason has its own entry in the discography.
  Note: Anthony Coleman does not play on the Zoar and Gaff Music pressings.

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138 - Q-MIX: Elliott Sharp/Orchestra Carbon

  Elliott Sharp; Anthony Coleman; Sim Cain; Joseph Trump; etc.

    2008 - Zoar Records (USA), ZPO-06 (CD)

  Note: limited edition.

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139 - GUITARS: Andrea Centazzo

  This record features Andrea Centazzo in duo and trio with Derek Bailey, 
  Elliott Sharp, Roberto Zorzi, Davey Williams, Henry Kaiser, Marco Capelli,
  Eugene Chadbourne.

    2009 - Ictus (Italy), 507 (2xCD)

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140 - FREAKISH: Jelly Roll Morton

    1/ Freakish 
    2/ Fickle Fay Creep (Soap Suds) 
    3/ Joe 
    4/ Frances (Fat Frances) 
    5/ Jelly Lord 
    6/ Mamanita 
    7/ Pretty Lil 
    8/ The Pearls 
    9/ Frog-I-More 
    10/ The Crave 
    11/ Mama’s Got A Baby 
    12/ Freakish (version two) 
    13/ King Porter Stomp 

  Anthony Coleman: piano.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7631 (CD)

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141 - DEVOURING TIME: Barbara Sukowa and The X-Patsys 

    1/ Mitternacht 				(Andreas Gryphius)
    2/ Death Don't Have No Mercy 		(Gary Rev Davis)
    3/ Schnitterlied 				(trad., arr. Longo & Coleman)
    4/ Juliet Monologue 			(William Shakespeare)
    5/ Blue Moon 				(Rodgers, Hart)
    6/ Gentle Moon 				(Viktor Longo)
    7/ Sonnet 43/When Most I Wink 		(William Shakespeare)
    8/ I Had A Dream Last Night 		(arr. Coleman & Sukowa)
    9/ Gloomy Sunday (Szomoru Vasarnap) 	(Seress, Javor)
    10/ Menschliches Elende 			(Andreas Gryphius)
    11/ Ich Grolle Nicht 			(arr. Sukowa, Longo, Kessler)
    12/ Apple Without A Core 			(trad., arr. Coleman, Sukowa, 
						Longo, Kessler)
    13/ An Die Sternen 				(Andreas Gryphius)
    14/ Lost In The Stars 			(Kurt Weill, M. Anderson)
    15/ Black Wings 				(Tom Waits, K. Brennan)
    16/ Sonnet 147/My Love Is As A Fever (William Shakespeare)
    17/ Burning Love 				(arr. Sukowa, Longo, Kessler)
    18/ Sonnet 90/Then Hate Me When Thou Wilt   (William Shakespeare)
    19/ Strange 				(Fred B. Burch, Mel Tillis)
    20/ She's Got You 				(Hank Cochran)
    21/ Walking After Midnight 			(Alan Block, Don Hecht)
    22/ Crazy 					(Willie Nelson)
    23/ I Fall To Pieces 			(Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard)
    24/ When I Am Laid In Earth 		(Purcell, Tate, arr. Coleman)
    25/ Schnitterlied (Reprise) 		(trad., arr. Longo & Coleman)
    26/ Sonnet 19/Devouring Time 		(William Shakespeare)

  Barbara Sukowa: vocals; Robert Longo: guitars; Jon Kessler: guitar, harmoni-
  ca; Knox Chandler: guitar; Anthony Coleman: pump organ, Hammond B3, synthe-
  sizer, piano; Sean Conly: bass; Anton Fier: drums. 

    2010 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 164-2 (CD)

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142 - SPECTROPIA SUITE: Elliott Sharp

  Elliott Sharp: Bb & bass clarinets, tenor, guitars, computer processing; 
  Rudresh Mahanthappa: alto; Duane Eubanks: trumpet; Art Baron: trombone; 
  Curtis Fowlkes: trombone; Steve Swell: trombone; Anthony Coleman: piano;
  David Hofstra: bass; Danny Tunick: vibes; Don McKenzie: drums; The Sirius
  String Quartet: Jennifer Choi (violin), Ester Noh (violin), Ron Lawrence 
  (viola) Tomas Ulrich (cello); Debbie Harry: vocals.

    2010 - Neos Jazz (Germany), 40905 (CD)

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143 - SECRET CURVE: Ron Anderson's Pak

    1/ Overture 
    2/ Let Me Tell You Something 
    3/ Caffeine Static Rendezvous 
    4/ No Future 
    5/ Caro-Kann 
    6/ Secret Curve 
    7/ Mama's Little Anarchist 
    8/ E4 Or D4? 
    9/ Trebuchet 
    10/ Blinding Light 
    11/ Kempelen's Automaton 

  Ron Anderson: bass; Anthony Coleman: piano; Keith Abrams: drums, percussion; 
  Tim Byrnes: trumpet, French horn, keyboards; Jérôme Noetinger: electronics,
  tape manipulation; Eve Risser: piano, prepared piano; Tom Swafford: violin; 
  Stefan Zeniuk: clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor, bass saxophone, English horn. 

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8079 (CD)

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144 - TO TILT VOLUME ONE: various artists

  This record features compositions by Chris Mcintyre (1), Nick Didkovsky (2),
  Anthony Coleman (3), Curtis Hasselbring (4), Nathan Wooley (5).

    1/ Foliation (For Suzanne) 			(Chris McIntyre)	 9:55
    2/ Stink Up! (Evolved Form) 		(Nick Didkovsky)	 2:17
    3/ Set Into Motion 				(Anthony Coleman)	12:03
    4/ Revisitor 				(Curtis Hasselbring)	10:10
    5/ There Was This Shawdow, This Double 	(Nathan Wooley)	 	12:13

    (1,2,4,5) recorded at Oktaven Audio in Yonkers, New York on August 10, 
    2010
    (5) recorded at Oktaven Audio in Yonkers, New York on February 25, 2011

  Creative Brass Band: Gareth Flowers (trumpet), Russ Johnson (trumpet), Shane
  Endsley (trumpet), Andy Kozar (trumpet), Joe Fiedler (trombone), Will Lang
  (trombone), Jacob Garchik (trombone), John Clark (French horn), Rachel
  Drehmann (French horn), Joe Exley (tuba); Chris McIntyre: conductor; Kevin
  Norton: percussion; Anthony Coleman: conductor.

    2011 - Tilt Brass (USA), NSR 001 (CD)

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145 - FREEDOM NOW: DAMAGED BY SUNLIGHT: Anthony Coleman

  Anthony Coleman: piano; Ashley Paul: alto; Brad Jones: bass; Satoshi 
  Takeishi: percussion, drums. 

    2011 - La Huit (France), 28 (DVD) 

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146 - ICTUS RECORDS 35TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION: various artists

  This record was given away during the Ictus festival at Tonic (NYC) in April
  2012. It contains 18 tracks, half of them unreleased, which mainly features
  Andrea Centazzo in various settings.

    1/ Infinity Squared	I			(Kaiser, Centazzo)	 2:37
    2/ Improvisation #8				(Giardullo, Centazzo)	 4:02
    3/ Improvisation #5				(Bailey, Centazzo)	 3:09
    4/ Double String Quartet			(Poznan Strings)	 3:06
    5/ NY Duo #2				(Zorn, Centazzo)	 5:13
    6/ Another Situation 			(Robinson, Stowe, AC)	 4:28
    7/ Ali Boma Ye (excerpt)			(Cyrille, Mazzon, AC)	 3:43
    8/ Cjant #1 (excerpt)			(AC Mitteleuropa)	 2:41
    9/ Improvisation #1				(D. Ballou, R. Zorzi)	 4:23
    10/ Chirimia				(AC Mitteleuropa)	 5:55
    11/ Second Winter Duet			(A. Succi, Centazzo)	 2:43
    12/ Back To The Future #1			(Coleman, Cappeli, AC)	 4:39
    13/ Improvisation #3			(Smith, Williams, AC)	 4:39
    14/ Improvisation #4			(Schiaffini, Centazzo)	 2:40
    15/ Improvisation #7			(Stowe, Ellis, Groder)	 4:16
    16/ Snowplow #1 				(Sharp, Centazzo)	 3:12
    17/ Improvisation #6			(G. Robair, Centazzo)	 3:24
    18/ Improvisation #2			(Lacy, Carter, Centazzo) 6:01

    Recording year for the unreleased tracks:
    (2) recorded in 2009
    (3) recorded in 1977
    (9) recorded in 2011
    (10) recorded in 1980
    (13) recorded in 1989
    (14) recorded in 1978
    (15) recorded in 2011
    (17) recorded in 2012
    (18) recorded in Milan, Italy in April 1977

  Andrea Centazzo (1-3,5-8,10-18); Henry Kaiser (1); John Giardullo (2); Derek
  Bailey (3); Poznan Strings (4); John Zorn (5); Perry Robinson (6); Nobu
  Stowe (6,15); Andrew Cyrille (7); Guido Mazzon (7); Andrea Centazzo 
  Mitteleuropa (8,10); Dave Ballou (9); Roberto Zorzi (9); Achille Succi (11);
  Anthony Coleman (12); Marco Cappelli (12); Ladonna Smith (13); Davey 
  Williams (13); Giancarlo Schiaffini (14); Lisle Ellis (15); Brian Groder
  (15); Elliott Sharp (16); Gino Robair (17); Steve Lacy (18); Kent Carter
  (18).

    2012 - Ictus (USA), ICTUS 160 (CD)

  Note: the tracks (2,3,9,10,13-15,17,18) are unreleased ones.

  See ICTUS 152 for further references on (1).
  See ICTUS 307 for further references on (4).
  See ICTUS 127 for further references on (5).
  See ICTUS 141 for further references on (6).
  See ICTUS 147 for further references on (7).
  See ICTUS 134 for further references on (8).
  See ICTUS 153 for further references on (11).
  See BACK TO THE FUTURE (2006) for further references on (12).
  See ICTUS 154 for further references on (16).

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147 -  WATCH THE WALLS INSTEAD: Giacomo Merega, Noah Kaplan, Marco Cappelli +
  Anthony Coleman & Mauro Pagani 

  Noah Kaplan: tenor, soprano; Marco Cappelli: guitars; Giacomo Merega: bass;
  Anthony Coleman (1-5): piano; Mauro Pagani (11,12): violin.

    2012 - Underwolf (USA), 02 (CD)

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148 - THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS: Hasidic New Wave 

  This 5xCD set contains JEWS & THE ABSTRACT TRUTH (1997), PSYCHO-SEMITIC
  (1998), KABALOGY (1999), FROM THE BELLY OF ABRAHAM (2001), and live & rare
  recordings. 

  Frank London; Greg Wall; David Fiuczynski; Fima Ephron; Aaron Alexander; 
  Vinnie Nobile; Jamie Saft; Alioune Faye; Abdoulaye Diop; Ousmane Sall; Kenny
  Davis; Bentsi Gafni; Shlomo Deshet; Ben Goldberg; Anthony Coleman; Gary 
  Lucas; etc.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8171-5 (5xCD)
  
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149 - THE END OF SUMMER: Anthony Coleman

    1/ Matter Of Operation			(Coleman) 
    2/ Whorfian Hypothesis 			(Coleman)
    3/ The Taste Of Saury 			(Coleman)
    4/ Kohayagawa-Ke No Aki (The End Of Summer) (Coleman)
    5/ Aioli 					(Coleman)
    6/ Zendegi Va Digar Hich (And Life Goes On) (Coleman)

  Anthony Coleman: piano, conductor; Michaël Attias: alto; Andy Allen: alto;
  Yasmine Azaiez: violin; Peter Bauer: clarinet; Jason Belcher: baritone horn;
  Diamanda La Berge Dramm: violin; Zoe Christiansen: clarinet, accordion; 
  Chuta Chulavalaivong: French horn; Jason Coleman: cello; David Cordes: bass; 
  Henrique Eisenmann: piano; Mia Friedman: violin; Christian Gamboa: piano; 
  Simon Hanes: bass; Leah Hennessy: vocals, piano; Andrew Hock: guitar; Cale
  Israel: trombone; Eden Macadam-Somer: violin, viola; Amir Milstein: flute;
  Marina Moore: viola; Andria Nicodemou: vibraphone; Ashley Paul: alto; 
  Randall Pingrey: trombone; Abigale Reisman: violin; Kathryn Schulmeister:
  bass; Arian Shafiee: guitar; Borey Shin: accordion; Fausto Sierakowski: al-
  to; Davindar Singh: bass clarinet; Ryan Stickney: vocals; Nigel Taylor:
  trumpet; Joelle Wagner: bassoon; Simon Willson: bass.

    2013 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8094 (CD)

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150 - VOYAGE IN A WHITE BUILDING 1: Burr Van Nostrand

    1/ Fantasy Manual For Urban Survival (1972)	(Burr Van Nostrand)
    2/ Phaedra Antinomaes (1968)		(Burr Van Nostrand)
    3/ Voyage In A White Building 1 (1969)	(Burr Van Nostrand)

    (1) Recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston (USA) on
    October 17, 1972
    (2) Recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston (USA) on
    December 9, 1969
    (3) Recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston (USA) on
    October 8, 2012
    (3) produced by Ted Reichman and Anthony Coleman

  Robert Stallman (1): flute; Jay Humeston (1): cello; Herman Weiss (1): pre-
  pared piano; Paul Severtson (2): violin; NEC Chamber Ensemble (3); Anthony
  Coleman (3): conductor.

    2013 - New World (USA), 80742 (CD)

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151 - LATECOMERS: LIVE AT THE STONE: Andrea Centazzo, Anthony Coleman, Steve
  Swell, and Giancarlo Schiaffini

    Recorded at The Stone, New York City on April 3, 2012

  Steve Swell: trombone; Giancarlo Schiaffini: trombone; Anthony Coleman: 
  piano; Andrea Centazzo: percussion.
 
    2013 - Ictus (USA), 168 (CD)

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152 - ICTUS NIGHTS @ THE STONE - ANTHOLOGY VOLUME 1: various artists

    8/ Latecomers							 9:57

    (8) recorded at The Stone, New York City on April 3, 2012

  Steve Swell (8): trombone; Giancarlo Schiaffini (8): trombone; Anthony 
  Coleman (8): piano; Andrea Centazzo (8): percussion.

    2013 - Ictus (USA), 170 (CD)

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*** - SUNRISE: Anthony Coleman

  Music to accompany the silent film SUNRISE (by F.W. Murnau).

    ???? - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW-1002+ (HDCD)

  Note: not released yet (was originally planned in 1996...).
  Note: HDCD is a new format that combines a 2 1/2 hours video format with a
  regular 70 minute CD.

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|                         ARTICLES ON ANTHONY COLEMAN                        |
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  * Bomb, Summer 2004, Number 88: interview of Mauricio Kagel by Anthony 
    Coleman (pp. 62-67)

  * Bomb, Spring 2005, Number 91: interview of Roscoe Mitchell by Anthony
    Coleman (pp. 68-73)

  * Signal to Noise, Spring 2006: "Sephardic Tinge," an interview of Anthony
    Coleman by Steve Smith (pp. 28-32)

  * Bomb, Summer 2006, Number 96: interview of Anthony Coleman by Michael
    Goldberg (pp. 80-85)

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|                        FILM SCORES BY ANTHONY COLEMAN                      |
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  REQUIEM FOR A WHORE (Last Day in the Life of a Street Prostitute), 75mn,
  B&W, music by Anthony Coleman