DISCOGRAPHY OF TOM CORA

This is the ninth version of the discography of Tom Cora. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

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			|      DISCOGRAPHY OF TOM CORA      |
			|            March 2011             |
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                        | by Patrice Roussel                |
                        | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)          |
                        | 2034 NE 37th Ave.                 |
                        | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)          |
                        | and Stéphane Vuilleumier          |
                        | (stephane.vuilleumier@orange.fr)  |
                        | Strasbourg (France)               |
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With special thanks to:
Malcolm Humes           
Dave Wayne             
Mark                  
Michael Rosenstein   
David Mandl         
Philip Riley       
Jonathan Levine   
Sean Terwilliger 
Jeff Economy    
David J. Strauss 
Gino Robair     
Andrew Torda   
Brian Lunger
Mark Perlson  
Ulrich Bomnueter 
Yoshioka Toshiya 
Einar Timdal	
Rick Brown
Paul Audino 
Veit Stauffer	
Jan-Wen Lu     
Lorenza Mondada 
Michel Ramond   
Ben Raskin     
Myra Melford
Fredi Bosshard	
Julien Quint
Takeshi Ohashi	
Denis Tagu
Allan Otto Sommer 
Yoshi Kitazato	
Claude Brindamour 
Thierry Dubus 
Jos
for sending us extra material and giving prompt answers to our 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 (we 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 - ENVIRONMENT FOR SEXTET: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ First Environment For Sextet             (Centazzo)              11:30
    2/ Solo Improvisations (part one)           (PB,AC,EC,TC,TK,JZ)      6:00
    3/ Second Environment For Sextet            (Centazzo)              17:15
    4/ Solo Improvisations (part two)           (PB,AC,EC,TC,TK,JZ)      8:03
    5/ Improviso III (duet)                     (Centazzo, Zorn)         5:45

    Recorded at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 7, 1978
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion; John Zorn: reeds; Eugene Chadbourne (1-4):
  guitars; Tom Cora (1-4): cello; Toshinori Kondo (1-4): trumpet; Polly
  Bradfield (1-4): violin.

    1979 - Ictus (Italy), Ictus 0017 (LP)
    1995 (1996?) - New Tone (Italy), rdc 5026 2 (CD)

  Note: (5) is only available on the CD reissue and is taken from USA CONCERTS
  (1979), on which it is called "Duet Improvisation #2".

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002 - USA CONCERTS: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Sextet Improvisation
    2/ Duet Improvisation #1
    3/ Duet Improvisation #2
    4/ Duet Improvisation #3
    5/ Trio Improvisation
    6/ Duet Improvisation #4
    7/ Duet Improvisation #5
    8/ Duet Improvisation #6

    (1-3) recorded live at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 7, 
    1978
    (4) recorded live in concert at Century City Playhouse, Los Angeles on
    December 3, 1978
    (5,8) recorded live in concert at Mc Clung Gallery, Jackson Mississippi on
    November 19, 1978
    (6) recorded at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 28, 1978
    (7) recorded live in concert at Ferg Forum, University of Alabama, 
    Tuscaloosa on November 17, 1978
 
  Toshinori Kondo (1,6): trumpet; Eugene Chadbourne (1,2): acoustic and elec-
  tric guitars;  John Zorn (1,3): reeds; Polly Bradfield (1): violin; Tom Cora
  (1): cello; Andrea Centazzo: percussion; Alex Cline (4): percussion; LaDonna
  Smith (5,8): violin, viola, voice; Davey Williams (5,7): electric guitar, 
  banjo.

    1979 - Ictus (Italy), Ictus 0018 (LP)
    1999 - Robi Droli (Italy), RDC 5044 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue lacks the third track of the LP pressing.

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003 - THE ENGLISH CHANNEL: Eugene Chadbourne and 2000 Statues

    1/ The English Channel Side One             (Chadbourne)            20:55
    2/ The English Channel Side Two             (Chadbourne)            20:05

    Recorded at Dick Charles Recording, New York in June 1979

  Eugene Chadbourne: dobro, electric guitars, acoustic guitars, vocals; Fred
  Frith: electric guitar; Davey Williams: banjo, mandolin, electric guitar;
  Tom Cora: cello; Polly Bradfield: violin; Jim Katzin: violin; LaDonna Smith:
  violin, viola, Hammond organ; Wayne Horvitz: bass, harmonica, piano; Steve
  Beresford: toy guitar, toy drums, toy piano, piano, toys, other stuff,
  euphonium; Evan Gallagher: piano, tympani, marimba, vibes, percussion;
  Andrea Centazzo: gongs, drums, percussion; Mark Kramer: trombone, cheap
  organ; Charles Verstraeten: trombone, bass trombone, euphonium; Toshinori
  Kondo: trumpet, alto-horn; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; John Zorn: alto, soprano,
  Bb clarinet; Bob Ostertag: synthesizer, electronics.

    1979 (?) - Parachute Records, P007 (LP)
    1981 (?) - Parachutist (USA), PA-7th (CT)
    2001 - House of Chadula (USA), 1978A (CD)

  Note: the CT and CD reissues are significantly different from the vinyl; see
  THE ENGLISH CHANNEL (2001) for further references.

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004 - NEW MOON: Woodstock Workshop Orchestra

    1/ New Moon                                 (Berger)                 8:05
    2/ Zeinebim                                 (trad., arr. Berger)     6:23
    3/ Collective Talks                         (Berger)                 8:15
    4/ Smile                                    (Berger)                17:35
    5/ Open Time                                (Berger)                 8:25

    Recorded live at CIAK, Milano (Italy) on November 7, 1979

  Peter Apfelbaum: drums, bass saxophone; Eva Berger: vocals, piano; Ingrid 
  Berger: vocals, percussion; Karl Berger: vibes, piano, percussion; Savia 
  Berger: flute; Tom Corra: cello; Don Davis: alto, flute, clarinet; Janet 
  Grice: bassoon; Trilok Gurtu: tabla, percussion, drums; James Harvey: trom-
  bone; Leroy Jenkins: violin; Lee Konitz: alto; Oliver Lake: saxes, flute; 
  Mark Ralston: oboe; Terry Sines: bass; Susan Veglia: French horn.

    1980 - Palcoscenico (Italy), PAL 15007 (LP)

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005 - LIVE AT THE DONAUESCHINGEN MUSIC FESTIVAL: Karl Berger Woodstock 
  Workshop Orchestra

    1/ Open Time                                (Berger)                14:50
    2/ The Smile That You Send Out Returns To You
                                                (Berger)                 4:50
    3/ Collective Talks                         (Berger)                 2:47
    4/ New Moon                                 (Berger)                12:00
    5/ Zeynebim - A Turkish Folk Dance          (trad., Berger)          9:05

    Recorded live at the Donaueschingen Contemporary Music Festival, on 
    October 20, 1979

  Karl Berger: vibes, piano, composition, leader; IngRid: voice, piano; Don 
  Cherry: pocket trumpet, bamboo flute; George Lewis: trombone; James Harvey:
  trombone; Leroy Jenkins: violin; Tom Corra: cello; Mark Ralston: oboe, 
  English horn; Susan Veglia: French horn; Janet Grice: bassoon; Lee Konitz:
  alto; Oliver Lake: alto, soprano, flute, clarinets; Don Davis: alto, flute,
  clarinets; Savia Berger: flute; Tom Collins: tenor, soprano; Michael Lytle:
  clarinet; Terry Sines: bass; Trilok Gurtu: tabla, conga, drums; Peter 
  Apfelbaum: drums, percussion, baritone saxophone; Eva Berger (2): voice,
  piano.

    1980 - MPS Records (Germany), 0068.250 (LP)

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006 - THERE'LL BE NO TEARS TONIGHT: Eugene Chadbourne 

    1/ Honey Don't                              (Carl Perkins)           2:44
    3/ The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me          (Roger Miller)           5:42
    12/ Swingin' Doors                          (Merle Haggard)          7:12

    Recorded at Dick Charles Studios, New York City in March 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, dobro, vocals; John Zorn: alto, soprano, bari-
  tone saxophone, clarinet, bird calls; Tom Cora: cello; David Licht: percus-
  sion, drums.

    1980 - Parachute Records, P013 (LP)
    1987 - Fundamental (USA), 6 (LP)
    1994 (?) - Fundamental Records (?), SAVE 6 CD (CD)
    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980A (CD)
    2006 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980A (CD)

  Note: the House of Chadula CD reissue is called THERE'LL BE NO TEARS TONIGHT
  2000; its content is slightly different, but it is similar as far as Tom
  Cora is concerned.

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007 - CURLEW: Curlew

    1/ Panther Burn                             (Cartwright)             6:30
    2/ The Bear                                 (Curlew)                 1:45
    3/ Bitter Thumbs                            (Cartwright)             6:00
    4/ The Victim                               (Cartwright)             2:33
    5/ The Hardwood                             (Cartwright)             5:13
    6/ Sports                                   (Laswell, Cora)          1:30
    7/ Bruno                                    (Curlew)                 1:00
    8/ But Get It                               (Curlew)                 2:33
    9/ Rudders                                  (Cora)                   3:11
    10/ Binoculars                              (Curlew)                 1:00
    11/ The Ole Miss Exercise Song              (Cartwright)             8:00

    Recorded at The Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (New York) from February
    29 to March 2, 1980
    (5,9) recorded live at C.B.G.B., New York City on February 6, 1980

  Bill Laswell: bass; Nicky Skopelitis: guitar; George Cartwright: reeds;
  Bill Bacon: drums; Tom Cora: cello.

    1981 - Landslide Records (USA), LD-1004 (LP)
    1984 - Landslide Records (UK), LD 1004 (LP)
    2008 - DMG/ARC (USA), 704 (2xCD)

  Note: the two LP pressings have different covers.
  Note: the 2xCD reissue is called 1ST ALBUM + LIVE AT CBGB 1980 (2008) and
  has a lot of extra material (including a live concert on the second CD). For
  that reason this reissue has its own entry in the discography.

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008 - SKELETON CREW: Skeleton Crew

    Recorded live in Switzerland during Skeleton Crew's first European tour,
    1982

  Tom Cora: cello, bass, etc; Fred Frith; guitar, violin etc; Dave Newhouse: 
  keyboards, saxes, clarinets, etc.

    1982 - no label, no catalog number (promo CT)

  Note: this tape was used for the promotion of the first tours of the band.

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009 - 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 (USA), 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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010 - CARGO CULT REVIVAL: Tom Cora and David Moss

    1/ Role of the Bait
    2/ The Goat Explains the Can (4 Parts)
    3/ Finger Hut
    4/ Monkey Lens
    5/ Unipods Are Pacifists
    6/ Boundary Janitor
    7/ The Ward Walks The plank (3 Parts)
    8/ Business is not a Business
    9/ Employer Accident
    10/ Dog-In-Law

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in March 1982

  Tom Cora: cello, cello-resonated objects; David Moss: percussion, voice.

    1983 - Rift (USA), Rift 5 (LP)

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011 - FLUVIAL: Catherine Jauniaux, Tim Hodgkinson

    1/ Dream                                    (Hodgkinson, Jauniaux)   1:42
    2/ Une Escadrille De Sorcieres              (Suc, arr. Jauniaux)     5:13
    3/ Sweet Smell                              (Hodgkinson, Jauniaux)   1:54
    4/ Doresc Trei Babys                        (Hodgkinson, Jauniaux)   3:24
    5/ Copul's Humus                            (Jauniaux, Hodgkinson)   3:24
    6/ Kebadaya                                 (Jauniaux)               5:10
    7/ Origine Des Femmes                       (CJ, TH, traditional)    4:26
    8/ Tilimbom                                 (Stravinsky, arr. CJ)    4:55
    9/ Chanson De La Fraternisation             (P. Dessau, B. Brecht)   3:14
    10/ Divine Image                            (Hodgkinson, Blake)      5:54
    11/ Infant Sorrow                           (Hodgkinson, Blake)      2:47
    12/ The Dansers [sic] Under the Hill        (Jauniaux)               3:07

    Recorded at Cold Storage Studio in August-September 1983
    Produced by Tim Hodgkinson and Catherine Jauniaux

  Catherine Jauniaux: vocals, little saxophone, percussion; Tim Hodgkinson
  (1-5,7-12): guitar, drums, piano, viola, clarinet, percussion, organ; 
  Lindsay Cooper (1,8,11): bassoon, oboe, sopranino; Bill Gilonis (1,5,7,9,
  10): guitar, bass, piano; Tom Cora (2): cellos; Mario Boyer (2,6,8): conga 
  drum, balafon, percussion; Terri Robson (4): violin; Georgie Born (4,8,9): 
  cello; Charles S. Bullen (6,8): percussion; Stephen Kent (10): trumpet; 
  Dominic Weeks (11): percussion, vibraphone, xylophone.

    1983 - Woof Records, Woof 007 (LP)
    2005 - Ad Hoc (USA), 02 (CD)

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012 - LIVE, WÜRZBURG, 10/82: Skeleton Crew

    1/ Side A								21:42
    2/ Side B								20:19

    Recorded live at the Kulturkeller, Würzburg (Germany) in October 1982

  Fred Frith: guitar, violin, keyboards, bass drum, hi-hat, tapes, vocals; Tom
  Cora: cello, bass, homemade drums, vocals; Dave Newhouse: saxophone, drum 
  kit.

    1984 - Rec Rec Music (Switzerland), no catalog number (CT)

  Note: only (about) 100 copies of this tape were made.

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013 - LEARN TO TALK: Skeleton Crew

    1/ Que Viva                                 (Frith, Cora)            3:40
    2/ Onwards and Upwards                      (Frith, Cora)            3:59
    3/ The Way Things Fall (Back Apart)         (TC, FF, Rebby Sharpe)   2:35
    4/ Not My Shoes                             (Frith, Cora)            2:14
    5/ The Washington Post                      (J. P. Sousa)            1:28
    6/ We're Still Free                         (Frith, Cora)            4:10
    7/ Victoryville                             (Frith, Cora)            2:43
    8a/ Los Colitos                             (trad. Ecuador,TC,FF)    2:53
    8b/ Life At The Top                         (Frith)           	 1:44
    9/ Learn To Talk                            (Frith, Cora)            3:40
    10/ Factory Song                            (Frith, Cora)            5:13
    11/ It's Fine                               (Frith, Cora)            4:22
    12/ Zach's Flag                             (Cora)                   3:10

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland during Christmas New Year 1983/84
    (7) recorded live in Victoriaville, Québec
    (9) partially recorded at CKRL, Québec City
    Produced by Robert Vogel and Skeleton Crew

  Tom Cora: cello, bass guitar, casio, drums, contraptions, vocals; Fred 
  Frith: guitar, six-string bass, violin, casio, home-made bass, piano, drums,
  vocals; other voices on (8) by Ribl, Lu and Katrin.

    1984 - Rift (USA), Rift 8 (LP)
    1984 - RecRec Zurich (Switzerland), Rift/RecRec 08/05 (LP)
    1984 - Recommended Music (Germany), rm 02 (LP)
    1986 (?) - Review Records (Germany), rere 20 (LP)
    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 512 (CD)
    1998 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 512 (CD)
    2005 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR FRO 8/9 (2xCD)

  Note: according to the various pressings, (9) was partially recorded at
  WCBN, Québec City; this is wrong and has been corrected.
  Note: (8a,8b) are missing on the RecRec Music CD reissues (ReCDec 512).
  Note: the RecRec Music CD reissues also include most of COUNTRY OF BLINDS 
  (1986); see the special entry on these CD reissues for more details.
  Note: the 2xCD reissue also includes COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986), as well as
  some extra tracks.

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014 - OSSIFICATION: Officer!

    1/ Dynamite                                 (Hobbs)
    2/ Anagrams                                 (Hobbs, Low Note)
    3/ Air                                      (Hobbs)
    4/ Telepathy                                (Hobbs, Fiederowicz, Gilonis)
    5/ Spitter's Hooked (On Love)               (Hobbs)
    6/ Dog Face                                 (Hobbs)
    7/ Some                                     (Hobbs)
    8/ Boxers V Wrestlers                       (Hobbs, Fiederowicz)
    9/ Tunnels                                  (Fiederowicz)
    10/ Apply!                                  (Fiederowicz, Hobbs)
    11/ Office Occasion                         (Hobbs)
    12/ Origin                                  (Hobbs)
    13/ Hello                                   (Hobbs)
    14/ Top, Top, Top                           (Hobbs)

    Recorded at Cold Storage, Brixton (London), at Surrey Sound Studios, and
    chez Felix upstairs in 1983 and 1984

  Rick Wilson (1,9): percussion, voice, drums; Marie-Jeanne (1,5,14): voice,
  claps; Mary (2): chorus; Felix Fiedorowicz (1,2,5,6,8-14): voice, bassoon,
  recorders, percussion, piano, swanee, harmonica, toy piano, keyboards,
  claps; Judy Carter (2,5,6,11,13): vocals, whistle; Zeena Parkins (2,5,12):
  harp; Andy Bole (2): guitar; Bill Gilonis (2,4,5,7,13): bass, clarinet,
  tones, keyboards, objects, piano, percussion, melodica; Mick Hobbs (2-14):
  drums, piano, guitar, keyboards, recorder, objects, percussion, vocal, bass,
  organ, tapes, claps; Kevin (2,3): chorus; Kevin (2): chorus; Graham Painting
  (3): guitars, double bass, drums; Catherine Jauniaux (4,5,7,11,12): voice;
  Terri Robson (4,5,10,11): violin; Georgie Born (5,13,14): cello; Christina
  Wild (5,11): strings; Jussi Karel (5,11,12): viola; Anne Stokes (5,11):
  strings; Tim Hodgkinson (7,9): alto, baritone saxophone, Hawaian guitar,
  clarinet; Tym (2): chorus; Patrick Q (9): violin; Patrick Gundry-White (11):
  French horn; Tom Cora (12):cello.

    1984 - AYAA (France), DT 1284 (LP)
    2007 - Megaphone Records (?), ??? (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has not been released yet.

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015 - ESTA ES LA VICTORIA: Skeleton Crew

    1/ Que Viva
    2/ Learn To Talk
    3/ Esta Es La Victoria-Song
    4/ Ljubljana 84
    5/ Dense
    6/ Make Safe Your Property
    7/ Massage From Our President
    2/ Madjarska
    3/ Factory Song
    4/ It's Fine
    5/ The Way Things Fall (Back Apart)
    6/ Zach's Flagg
    7/ Turkish
    8/ From Kashmir

    Recorded live at Ljubljana on 07.10.84

  Fred Frith: guitar, violin, vocal, percussion; Tom Cora: cello, bass, gui-
  tar, vocal, percussion.

    1984 (?) - Nikad Robom (Yugoslavia), 002 (CT)

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.

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016 - FRONT ROCK 1: Reportaz/Skeleton Crew

  This tape features Reportaz on side 1 and Skeleton Crew on side 2.

  Side 1: Reportaz
    1/ Jacola                                                            2:04
    2/ Grandpapa's Little Image                                          2:00
    3/ Battle-Painter's Song                                             2:02
    4/ We Are Asking Don't Repeat                                        2:20
    5/ Lullaby For Impulse                                               2:41
    6/ Explanation                                                       9:22
    7/ Ceremony                                                          3:15
    8/ You Have A Glance At My Shadow And Guess What I'm Thinking        2:09
    9/ Good Morning                                                      2:51
    10/ Second Impression                                                1:29

  Jacek Halas; Andrzej Karpinski; Piotr Lakomy.

  Side 2: Skeleton Crew

    Recorded live at Students Club Riviera-Remont, Warszawa (Poland) on
    September 25, 1984
    Produced by Reportaz and Skeleton Crew

  Tom Cora; Fred Frith.

    1984 - A.R.S. (Poland), 03 (CT)

  Note: limited edition tape of 57 copies.

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017 - BAND-IT CASSETTE MAGAZINE NR.15: various artists

  This tape features track excerpts from Touch 33 tape, Freiwillige 
  Selbskontrolle, Trigger and the Thrill Kings, Strafe fuer Rebellion, Surplus
  Stock (interview), Introverts, Play Ette, Deadbeat 2 tape, Skeleton Crew 
  (interview), Cleaners from Venus, Alan Mc Gee (Creation Label, interview).

    ?/ It's Fine
    ?/ Onwards And Upwards
    ?/ Que Viva (live)
    ?/ Zach's Flag
    ?/ Learn To Talk

    1984 - Kassetto Fix (Germany), Band-It 15 7/84 (magazine+CT)

  Note: the part on Skeleton Crew contains excerpts from LEARN TO TALK (1984)
  (except where indicated), and an interview (about 10 minutes) of Fred Frith
  (in English with integral German translation) on the occasion of the concert
  at Alter Bahnhof in Hof(?).

  See LEARN TO TALK (1984) for further references.

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*** - DINOSAUR ON THE WAY: Eugene Chadbourne

  Tom Cora plays on one track only:

    12/ Octopus Garden

    Recorded in 1979

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; John Zorn: alto; Tom Cora: cello; Kramer: organ
  cheapinski; David Licht: drums.

    1984 - Parachute (USA), ??? (CT)
    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1985E (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has many extra tracks, but none with Tom Cora.

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018 - HAN-NICHI (ANTI JAPAN): various artists

  This tape features Tori Kudo, Che Shizu, A-Musik, Real, Puls-Schlag, Vel,
  Skeleton Crew, John Duncan.
    
    1984 - ??? (Japan), ??? (CT)
    
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019 - FERDINAND EN AVANT, HUIT CHANSONS EN HUIT LANGUES: Ferdinand Richard

    1/ Contribution To Anglo American Culture   (Ferdinand Richard)      0:41
    2/ Histoire Des Meilleurs                   (Ferdinand Richard)      4:29
    3/ Victoire                                 (Ferdinand Richard)      3:53
    4/ Boire En Silence                         (Ferdinand Richard)      3:29
    5/ Monsieur Blanc                           (Ferdinand Richard)      5:17
    6/ Hombre De Lodo                           (Ferdinand Richard)      5:28
    7/ Saint Malo                               (Ferdinand Richard)      2:38
    8/ Alltaegliche Dinge                       (Urs Engeler)            2:12

    Recorded at Studio Sunrise, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in 1985

  Ferdinand Richard: Fender 6-string bass, 4-string Music Master Special,
  vocals; Tom Cora: cello; Christiane Cohade: bass; Rick Brown (4): drums;
  Urs Engeler (8): vocals.

    1985 - Recommended Records (Switzerland), Rec Rec 03 (LP)
    2001 - Orkhestra (France), ORK 002 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue on Orkhestra is called EN AVANT, EN FORME! and contains
  both FERDINAND EN FORME!! (1980) and FERDINAND EN AVANT, HUIT CHANSONS EN 
  HUIT LANGUES (1985).

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020 - Re RECORDS QUARTERLY VOLUME 1 No.2: various artists

  This record features Duck & Cover (1), John Oswald (2), Connie Bauer (3),
  Reportaz (4-6), Adrian Mitchell (7).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Duck & Cover:

    1/ Berlin Programme                                                 27:44

    Recorded live at the Berliner Ensemble, East Berlin as part of the Festi-
    val of Political Song on February 16, 1984

  Tom Cora: cello, bass, cassettes, electrics; Chris Cutler: drums, electrics;
  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, cassettes; Heiner Goebbels: piano, synthesizer,
  guitar, cassettes; Alfred Harth: tenor, trumpet, bass clarinet; Dagmar
  Krause: singing; George Lewis: trombone, mouthpieces.

    1985 - Ré Records (UK), Ré 0102 (LP+Magazine)

  Note: the concert was based on a structure by Heiner Goebbels using frag-
  ments of : "Rats and Monkeys" (Cutler, Frith), "The Song Of Investment 
  Capital Overseas" (Cutler, Frith), "Kein Kriegspielzeug Fur Jonathan" 
  (Goebbels, Harth), "Easter Day 1935" (Brecht, Eisler), "Dunkle Wolk" 
  (Goebbels, Harth), "Und Ich Werde Nicht Mehr Sehen" (Brecht, Eisler), plus a
  great deal of improvisation (Cora, Cutler, Frith, Goebbels, Harth, Krause,
  Lewis).

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021 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 1: various artists

  This magazine/tape features Danielle Dax (1), Bass Tone Trapp (2), Skeleton
  Crew (3), T. Benjamin/R. Heiloo/H. Schellinx/M. Malewicz (4), T. Benjamin/R.
  Heiloo/H. Schellinx/L. Santoro (5), Catherine Jauniaux/Tim Hodgkinson (6),
  Chris Newman (7), Romans (8), Conlon Nancarrow (9), Homosexuals (10), Debile
  Menthol (11), After Dinner (12), Hermine-Het (13), Group 180 (14), Phil
  Minton/Roger Turner (15), We Are Frank Chickens (16), News From Babel (17),
  Dimthings/Ulterior Lux (18), Lol Coxhill (19).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    3/ Live-Ausschnitt Am 16.09.1984, "Lauschangriff" In Hannover
                                                (Skeleton Crew)

    Recorded live at the "Lauschangriff" in Hannover on September 16, 1984

  Fred Frith: guitar, violin, etc; Tom Cora: bass, cello, etc.

    1985 - Bad Alchemy (Germany), No. 1 (magazine+CT)

  Note: with the exception of (3,7,11,19), all the tracks are already avail-
  able on records.

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022 - DENSE BAND: David Moss

    1/ Stride                                   (Moss, Frith)            3:25
    2/ Shuffle                                  (Moss, Frith)            3:03
    3/ Slow Climb                               (Moss, Frith)            3:17
    4/ New Feet                                 (Moss, Frith)            3:54
    5/ Fallaway                                 (Moss, Frith)            2:15
    6/ Surface Tension                          (Moss, Frith, Cora)      3:15
    7/ Sixth Sense                              (Moss, Frith)            3:05
    8/ Say So                                   (Moss, Frith)            2:20
    9/ Three Metal Moves                        (Moss, Frith)            3:35
    10/ Next Witness                            (Moss, Frith)            1:26
    11/ Dance Bend                              (Moss, Frith)            2:35
    12/ Unsafe At Any Speed                     (Moss, Frith)            3:15
    13/ In The Dark Times, Will There Be Singing(Moss, Frith)            3:16

    Recorded at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn in February and March 1985
    Produced by Fred Frith
    
  David Moss: drums, percussion, metal, steel drum, vocals, high harmony
  voices, invisible drums; Fred Frith (3,4,6,8,9,11,12): bass, guitar, voice;
  Tom Cora (2,3,6): cello; Wayne Horvitz (1,3,5,7): DX7; Arto Lindsay (2,4,5,
  8,9,11): vocals, guitar; Christian Marclay (2,3,9,10): turntables, manipula-
  ted records; Jules Moss (1,2,12): drums; Tenko (3,7): vocals; John Zorn 
  (2,4,5,7,9,11): alto, game calls.

    1985 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Music 02040 (LP)
    1992 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Music 02076 CD (CD)

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023 - NORTH AMERICA: Curlew

    1/ Ray                                      (Cartwright, Cora)       5:25
    2/ Oklahoma                                 (Cartwright, Cora)       3:47
    3/ Knee Songs 2                             (Cartwright)             2:10
    4/ Person To Person                         (Frith)                  2:10
    5/ Time And A Half                          (Frith)                  2:41
    6/ Mink's Dream                             (Cartwright)             3:01
    7/ Two-Day 'Till Tomorrow                   (Cora)                   1:22
    8/ Light Sentence                           (Cora)                   2:25
    9/ First Bite                               (Cora)                   2:25
    10/ Moonlake                                (Cartwright)             5:14
    11/ Shoats                                  (Cartwright)             2:18
    12/                                                                  4:50
      12a/ Agitar                               (GC, RB, MH)    
      12b/ The Victim                           (Cartwright)
    13/ Feelin' Good                            (J.B. Lenoir)            2:50
    14/ Oklahoma                                (Cartwright)       	 6:00
    15/ Shoats                                  (Cartwright) 		 3:43
    16/ Moonlake                                (Cartwright) 		 4:32
    17/ Mink's Dream                            (Cartwright) 		 3:41
    18/ The Ole Miss Exercise Song      	(Cartwright)             5:36
    19/ First Bite                              (Cora) 			 3:10

    (1-13) recorded at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn from Summer 1983 to Summer 1984
    (14-19) Recorded live in "late 1983" at Mort's Place, New York City
    Produced by Fred Frith

  George Cartwright: alto, tenor, lead vocal on (13), animal calls on (9,11);
  Tom Cora: cello, cello resonated objects, accordions on (7); Fred Frith (1-
  13): bass, guitar solo (1), violin (12b), vocals (3,13), live guitar and sax
  manipulations (5,12); Rick Brown (1,3,9,12): drums; J. Pippin Barnett (2,4-
  6,8,10,11,13): drums; Mark Howell (1-13): guitar; Polly Bradfield (6,10): 
  violin; Butch Morris (3): cornet; Martin Bisi (4): fake bass drum; Nicky 
  Skopelitis (14-19): guitar; Otto Williams (14-19): bass; Anton Fier (14-19):
  drums.

    1985 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Music 02042 (LP)
    1992 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Music 02080 (CD)
    2002 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 167 (CD)

  Note: (14-19) are only available on the Cuneiform CD reissue.

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024 - PLANETA No5: various artists

  This tape features Anne Gillis, Le Trio de Batteurs (Hayward, Chenevier,
  Brown), Me & The Heat, Kleg, Peinz Quadratt, David Thomas & The Pedestrians,
  La Marmite Infernale, Skeleton Crew, Hans Reichel & Keith Tippett.

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    ?/ ???

    Recorded live at the Musique Action Internationale, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy
    (France) on May 7-12, 1985

  Fred Frith; Tom Cora; Zeena Parkins.

    1985 - Planetarium (France), No5 (CT)

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025 - THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS: Skeleton Crew

    1/ The Country Of Blinds                    (Skeleton Crew, Cora)    4:10
    2/ Money Crack                              (Skeleton Crew)          0:58
    3/ The Border                               (SC, Anne Hemenway)      3:28
    4/ The Hand That Bites                      (Skeleton Crew, Frith)   5:32
    5/ Dead Sheep                               (SC, Cora, Frith)        3:22
    6/ Bingo                                    (Skeleton Crew, Frith)   3:34
    7/ Man Or Monkey                            (Skeleton Crew, Cutler)  2:37
    8/ Foot In Hole                             (Skeleton Crew)          3:08
    9/ Hot Field                                (Skeleton Crew)          2:36
    10/ The Birds Of Japan                      (Skeleton Crew, Frith)   4:00
    11/ You May Find A Bed                      (SC, Frith, Rebby Sharp) 6:10

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in December 1985/
    January 1986
    (2,9,11) recorded live in Reykjavik, Iceland, on November 4, 1985
    Produced by Tim Hodgkinson

  Tom Cora: cello, bass, accordion, drums, contraptions, vocals; Fred Frith:
  guitar, 6-string bass, violin, home-mades, drums, vocals; Zeena Parkins:
  organ, electric harp, accordion, drums, vocals.

    1986 - No Man's Land, nml 8609 (LP)
    1986 - Rift (USA), Rift 11 (LP)
    1986 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 12 (LP)
    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 512 (CD)
    1998 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 512 (CD)
    2005 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR FRO 8/9 (2xCD)

  Note: (2) is missing on all the CD reissues.
  Note: the RecRec Music CD reissues also include most of LEARN TO TALK 
  (1984); see the special entry on these CD reissues for more details.
  Note: the 2xCD reissue also includes LEARN TO TALK (1984), as well as some 
  extra tracks.

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026 - CURRENT TRENDS IN RACISM IN MODERN AMERICA: Butch Morris

    Current Trends in Racism in Modern America  (Morris)
      Part One                                                          24:35
      Part One (cont.)                                                  12:20
      Part Two                                                          10:30

    Recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City on February 1, 1985

  Frank Lowe: tenor; John Zorn: alto, game calls; Brandon Ross: guitar; Zeena 
  Parkins: harp; Tom Cora: cello; Christian Marclay: turntables; Eli Fountain: 
  vibraphone; Curtis Clark: piano; Thurman Barker: marimba, snare drum, tabou-
  rine; Yasunao Tone: voice; Butch Morris: conduction.

    1986 - Sound Aspects (Germany), Sound Aspects 4010 (LP)
    ???? - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS CD 4010 (CD)

  Note: the CD was digitally remastered in August 90 at Studios Bauer by J.
  Wohlleben.

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027 - MELTABLE SNAPS IT, POINTS BLANK: Michael Lytle, George Cartwright, 
  David Moss

    1/ Chigger Reel                             (GC, ML, DM, BL)         0:55
    2/ Crake                                    (GC,ML,DM,TC,BL,GL)      5:17
    3/ Mike Me                                  (GC, ML, DM, BL)         1:11
    4/ Points Blank                             (GC, ML, DM, PK, BL)    14:24
    5/ Hard Cash                                (GC, ML, DM, CM)         3:05
    6/ Kissing In The Snow                      (GC, ML, DM, CM)         4:23
    7/ Rugby                                    (Zorn)                  13:36

    Recorded at BC Studio, Brooklyn in 1985

  George Cartwright: saxophones, flutes, various bird and animal calls; 
  Michael Lytle: clarinets, game calls, humzoo, electronics and voice; David 
  Moss: multiple percussion and voice; Tom Cora (2,7): cello, cello resonated
  objects; Peter Kowald (4): acoustic bass and harmonica; Bill Laswell (1,2,
  3,4): electric bass; George Lewis (2,7): trombone, toys; Christian Marclay
  (5,6): turntables; John Zorn (7): conductor; Martin Bisi: live 16 to 2 track 
  mix down.

    8/ 5 Years In 10 Seconds						 0:10
    9/ Wing & Fin							 3:54
    10/ Yowella/Faded In Hand, Delivered In Practice			 6:31
    11/ Elewhale Rising							 0:41
    12/ Cooling Fingers							 3:31
    13/ Possible Beasts							 1:46
    14/ Cane Cutters							 6:50
    15/ This Notice Or No Notice					 4:51

    1986 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8604 (LP)
    1993 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8604cd (CD)

  See MELTABLE SNAPS IT (1981) for further references on (9-15).

  Note: (8-15) are not available on the LP pressing.
  Note: (9-15) were already available on MELTABLE SNAPS IT (1981).
  Note: Tom Cora does not play on (8-15).

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028 - 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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029 - THE AS USUAL DANCE TOWARDS THE OTHER FLIGHT TO WHAT IS NOT/LUMINOUS
  BIPEDS: Skeleton Crew/The Orthotonics

  Side 1: THE AS USUAL DANCE TOWARDS THE OTHER FLIGHT TO WHAT IS NOT: Skeleton
    Crew
    1/ The Country Of Blinds                    (Skeleton Crew, Cora)
    2/ Money Crack                              (Skeleton Crew)
    3/ The Border                               (SC, Anne Hemenway)
    4/ The Hand That Bites                      (Skeleton Crew, Frith)
    5/ Dead Sheep                               (SC, Cora, Frith)
    6/ Bingo                                    (Skeleton Crew, Frith)
    7/ Man Or Monkey                            (Skeleton Crew, Cutler)
    8/ Foot In Hole                             (Skeleton Crew)
    9/ Hot Field                                (Skeleton Crew)
    10/ The Birds Of Japan                      (Skeleton Crew, Frith)
    11/ You May Find A Bed                      (SC, Frith, Rebby Sharp)
  Side 2: LUMINOUS BIPEDS: The Orthotonics
    12/ Why Whatever For                        (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    13/ Sentiment                               (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    14/ Cantagish                               (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    15/ Some Of Us                              (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    16/ Yo Ho                                   (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    17/ Luminous Bipeds                         (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    18/ Portsmouth Duck                         (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    19/ Black And White TV                      (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    20/ Square Of Incoherence                   (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    21/ Whack-a-Mole                            (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    22/ Yam Carts                               (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)
    23/ When The Hay Shines                     (Finney, Sharp, Barnett)

    1986 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), no catalog # (CT)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

  See THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986) for further references on (1-11), and
  LUMINOUS BIPEDS (1986) for (12-23).

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030 - PASSED NORMAL (VOL. 1): various artists

  This record features Skeleton Crew (1-6), Voodoo Mark (7), Tricycle Thieves
  (8), Shockabilly (9-11), Jack Wright/Chris Cochrane/Paul Hoskin (12), The
  Sediments (13,22), Jeff Michel (14), Snakefinger (15-16), Shmaz (17,18), 
  That Hope (19), Kixx (20), Spill Drink (21).

  Tom Cora plays on 6 tracks with Skeleton Crew:

    1/ Ronbo                                    (Frith, Cora)
    2/ Killing Time                             (Frith, Cora, Maher)
    3/ New Orleans Stomp                        (Jelly Roll Morton)
    4/ Bored Again                              (Frith, Cora, Moral Majority)
    5/ Man or Monkey                            (Frith, Cora, Cutler)
    6/ Batium                                   (Trad. Turkish arr. Cora, Frith)

    Recorded live at Illinois State University, Normal on November 4, 1984

  Tom Cora: cello, bass guitar, drums, contraptions, voice; Fred Frith: gui-
  tar, violin, 6 string bass, drums, homemades, voice.

    1987 - FOT Records (USA), #1 WRA1-504 (LP)
    1987 - FOT Records (USA), #1 (CT)

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031 - FESTIVAL MIMI 86: various artists

  This record features The Remotobs (1), Etron Fou Leloublan (2), Joseph
  Racaille (3), Fred Frith (4), Skeleton Crew (5), Regular Music (6), Virgule
  IV (7), Les Batteries (8), Pascal Comelade (9).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    5/ The Way Things Fall                      (R. Sharp, Cora, Frith)  2:20

    Recorded live at Saint Rémy de Provence, France on July 3-6, 1986

  Tom Cora: cello, drums, bass, vocals; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, drums,
  vocals; Zeena Parkins: organ, electric harp, drums.

    1987 - Disques Inouï - Oblique Musique (France), 06910 (LP)

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032 - DAS PFERD

    1/ Dynamo Dresden                           (Kazda, Schmidtke)       1:59
    2/ Cry Of Love                              (Kazda, Schmidtke)       5:25
    3/ Sie Kommen                               (Kazda, Schmidtke)       3:27
    4/ What Do You Think About Love             (Kazda, Schmidtke)       2:54
    5/ No. 13                                   (Kazda, Schmidtke)       2:43
    6/ Fremde Laender Fremde Sitten             (Kazda, Schmidtke)       2:51
    7/ Die Woyzzeck's                           (Kazda, Schmidtke)       4:07
    8/ Tut Tut Here We Come                     (Kazda, Schmidtke)       2:19
    9/ Prima                                    (Wienstroer)             3:46
    10/ Ja/Nein                                 (Kazda, Schmidtke)       3:29
    11/ Komm                                    (Kazda, Schmidtke)       1:10
    12/ King Of The Nervous                     (Kazda, Schmidtke, Mega) 4:16
    13/ Auf Reisen                              (Kazda, Schmidtke)       2:35

    Recorded in 1986

  Wolfgang Schmidtke: bass clarinet, saxes, keyboards, vocoder, flute, voice;
  Markus Wienstroer: guitars, violin; Jan Kazda: bass, keyboards, voice; Suppi
  Huhn: keyboards, sequenzers; Diethard Stein: drums; guests: Klaus Bernatzki
  (1,10): sax; Tom Cora (3,6): cello; Achim Grebien (12): snare; Sabine Sabine
  (2): voice; Alfonso "Poncho" Valdez (1,2,6-9): percussion; Matthias von Welk
  (12,13): marimbaphon, industrial percussion; Reiner Winterschladen (1,7,9):
  trumpet; Tom Mega (12): voice.

    1987 - ITM (Germany), ITM 0016 (LP)
    1987 - ITM (Germany), ITM 971416 (CD)

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033 - LSDC&W - THE HISTORY OF THE CHADBOURNES IN AMERICA: Eugene Chadbourne

    1/ The Beatles Meddley                                              22:10
      1a/ Day Tripper                           (Lennon, McCartney)
      1b/ I've Just Seen A Face                 (Lennon, McCartney)
      1c/ Birthday                              (Lennon, McCartney)
      1d/ Don't Pass Me By                      (Ringo Starr)
      1e/ Octopus Garden                        (Ringo Starr)
      1f/ Taxman                                (Harrison)
      1g/ Startin' Over                         (Lennon)
    2/ In A Sentimental Mood (Pt.1)             (The Duke)               0:50
    3/ In A Sentimental Mood (Pt.2)             (The Duke)               7:00
    4/ Winchester, VA                                                    3:00
    5/ Tennessee Flattop Box                    (Johnny Cash)            3:01
    6/ Dr. Chadbourne's Ordeal In Nashville                              3:02
    7/ Burma Shave                              (Roger Miller)           3:03
    8/ Dixie Fried                              (Carl Perkins)           4:04
    9/ Wine Me Up                               (Faron Young)            1:56
    10/ Roger Miller Medley                                              8:00
	a/ This Town
	b/ Kansas City Star
	c/ My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died
    11/ House Burning Down                      (Jimi Hendrix)           3:05
    12/ Third Stone From The Sun                (Jimi Hendrix)           3:01
    13/ Funny How Time Slips Away               (Willie Nelson)          4:49
    14/ Ghosts                                  (Albert Ayler)           2:01
    15/ 7+7=                                    (Arthur Lee)             2:50
    16/ Burl Ives Medley                                                 2:00
    17/ Wild Horses                             (Jagger-Richards)        4:04
    18/ W Va Spec (Zorn Tribute)                                         5:06
    19/ Nobody Loves Me But My Mother           (B.B. King)              2:26
    20/ No Reason To Quit                       (Merle Haggard)          3:02

  Doug Baker (17): acoustic guitar; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, vocals (all);
  Jenny Chadbourne (17): percussion & toy machine guns; Tom Cora (1,5-10,18):
  cello, cello-resonated objects; David Doyle (17): classical guitar; Gilfred
  Lee Frey (17): acoustic piano; Doug Henderson (17): slide guitar; Rudy 
  Hinnant (17): lousy guitar; Toshinori Kondo (1e,2,18): trumpet, euphonium,
  garbage; Kramer (1,2,6,7,11-14,18): cheap organ & tapes, PacMan; David Licht
  (1,4-15,18): percussion; Loretta Lynn (19): uninvited vocals; Scott Manring
  (1,18): lap steel; M.E. Miller (2): drums; Brad Newell (17): mandolin; David
  Nikias (17,19): percussion & toy machine guns, speciman (sic) jars & feed-
  back; Murray Reams (19): percussion & cover charge; Tom Shephard (4,15): 
  homemade electric bass; Jeff Weichinger (17): electric bass; John Zorn (1,
  18): alto, soprano, clarinet, game calls;

    1987 - Fundamental, Save 19/20 (2xLP)
    1987 - Fundamental (USA), Save 19 (2xCD)
    1987 - Fundamental (USA), CAVE19/20 (CT)
    2006 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980X (3xCD)

  Note: there is a single CD version of this 2xLP which does not contain the
  tracks featuring John Zorn or Tom Cora.
  Note: the 2006 3xCD set reissue is called LSDC&W - THE HISTORY OF THE
  CHADBOURNES IN AMERICA + THE LEFT-OFF TRACKS.

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*** - LSDC&W: The Chadbournes

    1/ Day Tripper                              (Lennon, McCartney)
    2/ Blues Come Around                        (Hank Williams)
    3/ Taxman                                   (Harrison)
    4/ Train                                    (Burnette)
    5/ I've Just Seen A Face                    (Lennon, McCartney)
    6/ Birthday                                 (Lennon, McCartney)
    7/ Don't Pass Me By                         (Ringo)
    8/ Bound To Ride                            (P. D.)
    9/ Tennessee Flattop Box                    (Cash)
    10/ In A Sentimental                        (The Duke)
    11/ W. Va spec.                             (Chadbourne)
    12/ Gotta Get Drunk                         (Willie)

    Recorded during 1980-81
    Produced by Chadbourne

  Tom Cora: cello; Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; Kramer: cheap organ, tapes; John
  Zorn: Bb clarinet, alto, soprano, game calls; Scott Manring: lap steel;
  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; David Licht: percussion.

    ???? - Parachute (?) (USA), PA-14 (CT)

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034 - SLOPE - GRADUAL DISAPPEARANCE: Tenko

  This record features Tenko in different combinations with Fred Frith, Arto
  Lindsay, Christian Marclay, David Moss, Kamura, Ned Rothenberg, Tom Cora,
  Wayne Horvitz, Zeena Parkins, David Licht, Kramer, Moko.

    1/ Passing By The Night                                              4:18
    2/ Somewhere, Far Away                                               3:37
    3/ Guitars I                                                         1:34
    4/ I've Eaten Nuts With Different Shapes                             2:12
    5/ In The Strawberry Preserves                                       3:38
    6/ Sleep Walker                                                      3:15
    7/ ANTAGATA-DOKO-SA                                                  1:43
    8/ In Horto Infinito (In The Infinite Garden)                        2:36
    9/ The Time Drawers                                                  2:50
    10/ Gradual Disappearance                                            2:27
    11/ Nightrope Dancing                                                2:30
    12/ Guitars II                                                       2:49
    13/ Opinion                                                          3:03
    14/ A Watchdog Of The Labyrinth                                      3:20

    Recorded at Noise New York
    Produced by Tenko and Fred Frith

  Tenko: vocals, guitar, hand claps, DX100, snare drum; Ned Rothenberg (1,14):
  flute, alto; Zeena Parkins (1,4,5): electric harp, accordion, vocals; Fred
  Frith (1,3-13): guitar, bass, piano, bass drum, snare drum, vocals, hand
  claps, tubular bells, marching drum, violin; David Licht (1): snare drum;
  Wayne Horvitz (2,8,11): piano, DX7, DX100; Arto Lindsay (3,7,10,12): guitar,
  vocals; David Moss (4,7,10,11,13): vocals; Kamura (4,7,10,13): vocals; Moko
  (4,7): vocals; Tom Cora (4,9-11): vocals, cello; Christian Marclay (4,6):
  turntables; Coby Batty (8): hand claps; Kramer (9): Indian banjo.

    1987 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 16 (LP)
    1987 - Kinniko Bijo Records (Japan), KBR301 (LP)
    2001 - Shoh (Japan), SHOH-120 (CD)

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035 - ISLAND OF SANITY: New Music From New York City

  This record features music by David Linton, Mofungo, Christian Marclay, Fish 
  And Roses, Details At Eleven, Skeleton Crew, Mark Dery, Charles K. Noyes, 
  Martin Bisi, Locus Solus, The President, The Ordinaires, David Fulton, David 
  Garland, Bump, Chris Vine, Carbon, Bosho, The Scene Is Now, H/M/D, Toy 
  Killers, Robert Previte.

  Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    6/ The Sparrow Song                         (Frith)                  1:26

    Recorded at Sunrise Studios, Kirchberg in December 1985

  Fred Frith: voice, guitar, bass, drum; Tom Cora: cello, bass, drum, block-
  head; Zeena Parkins: keyboard, voice, tomtom.

    1987 - No Man's Land, nml 8707d (2xLP)
    1991 - No Man's Land, nml 8707cd (CD)

  Note: titles by Martin Bisi, The President, The Ordinaires and Toy Killers
  are not available on the CD.

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036 - LIVE AT THE WESTERN FRONT: Tom Cora

    1/ Sfumato Roose
    2/ Life at the Western Front
    3/ Drilling for Air
    4/ Gumption in Limbo (The Four-Limbed Approach)
    5/ Hallelujah Anyway
    6/ Life Extension

    Recorded live in concert at The Western Front in Vancouver, Canada on May
    24, 1986
    
  Tom Cora: cello, voice.

    1987 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8710 (LP)
    1999 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8710 (LP)

  Note: the 1999 reissue is a limited one.

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037 - NIMAL: Nimal Group

    1/ La Semaine des Quatre Jeudis (Parts 1-4) (Jean-M. Rossel)        10:04
    2/ Dimanche                                 (Jean-M. Rossel)         2:46
    3/ Animal Triste                            (Jean-M. Rossel)         4:21
    4/ La Marelle                               (Jean-M. Rossel)         4:26
    5/ Au Zoo                                   (Jean-M. Rossel)         3:55
    6/ Un Drame                                 (Jean-M. Rossel)         2:06
    7/ Le Tram                                  (Jean-M. Rossel)         1:44
    8/ Maligne                                  (Jean-M. Rossel)         3:07

    Recorded 1987 at Studio des Usines
    Produced by Rossel, Cora & Diebold

  Jean-M. Rossel: guitars, bass, accordion, hurdy-gurdy, bouzouki, piano, DX-
  100, percussion, sound effects; Tom Cora: cello (6,8), bass(7), voice (2);
  Pippin Barnett (1): drums, percussion; Dominique Diebold (4): drums; Victor
  de Bros (4): piano, prophet; Gilles V. Rieder (5): percussion; Didier 
  Pietton (2): soprano.

    1987 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 19 (LP)

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038 - SOMETHING OUT THERE: Zeena Parkins

    1/ Firebrat                                 (Meneses, Parkins)       2:58
    2/ Night Light                              (Mori, Parkins)          2:57
    3/ Without Words                            (Mori, Parkins, Cora)    2:19
    4/ Little Hip Haw                           (Parkins)                2:36
    5/ Mother Tongue                            (Marclay, Parkins)       2:08
    6/ Cornered                                 (Meneses, Parkins)       3:32
    7/ Southern Exposure                        (Bennett, Parkins, Cora) 3:51
    8/ Incident In A Department Store           (Marclay, Parkins)       3:00
    9/ Flavor Of Green Tea Over Rice            (Parkins)                3:54
    10/ Left-Handed Walk                        (Mori, Parkins, Cora)    2:24
    11/ The World As I Found It                 (Meneses, Parkins)       3:03
    12/ Fly Loo                                 (Mori, Parkins)          2:09
    13/ Sidereal Messenger                      (Cora, Parkins)          3:11
    14/ Appointment In Samarkind                (Horvitz, Parkins)       3:03

    Recorded and mixed at Noise New York by Tom Cora in February 1986-January
    1987
    (3,10) recorded live at Roulette
    Produced by Tom Cora and Zeena Parkins

  Zeena Parkins: electric and acoustic harps; Jim Meneses (1,6,11): drums; 
  Ikue Mori (2,3,10,12): drum machine, drums; Tom Cora (3,10,13): live sampl-
  ing, drums, indigniti; Christian Marclay (5,8): turntables; Samm Bennett 
  (7): electric and acoustic percussions; Wayne Horvitz (14): DX100, DX7, 
  RX11.

    1987 - No Man's Land, nml 8712 (LP)

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039 - POTATOES, A COLLECTION OF FOLK SONGS VOLUME 1: various artists

  This record features Renaldo & The Loaf, Rythm and Noise, Half Japanese, The 
  Residents, Tom Cora and Hans Reichel, Terra Incognita, Rev. Howard Finster,
  Mark Mothersbaugh, Snakefinger, The Tinklers, Negativland, Blitzoids,
  Bongwater, Clubfoot Orchestra, The Step One Just Plain Folk Singers, The 
  Mashed Potatoe and Artist Unknown.

    6/ Premonitions                             (Cora, Reichel)          3:42

  Tom Cora: cello; Hans Reichel: guitar, dachsophone.

    1987 - Elemental Ralph, ER87172 (CD)
    1987 - Ralph Records (USA), RRC 717 (CT)

  Note: the track featuring Tom Cora is not available on any of the LP pres-
  sings (Ralph and Torso).

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040 - AGAINST NO WALL: Rebby Sharp

    1/ Some Men
    2/ Up Jumped Chairlegs
    3/ Hard Acid Rain
    4/ Sittin' On Top O' The John
    5/ Just In Time
    6/ I'm So Hot
    7/ Going To The Roof
    8/ Let The Piper Call The Tune
    9/ (Into) Hesitation Blues
    10/ Tar Baskets
    11/ Breaking No New Ground
    12/ Holding Forth
    13/ He Leadeth Me
    14/ I Walk By The Fire

    Recorded at Noise New York studios in 1987
    (4,6,11) recorded at home in the early '80s

  Rebby Sharp: most of all instruments; Tim the Bird (2); Tom Cora (1,2,7):
  vocals, cello, homemade Indigniti; Fred Frith (5,14,9): violin, fiddle,
  guitar; Mark Kramer (1,5,9): vocals, trombone; Coby Batty (3,5): vocals;
  David Licht (1,9,13): percussion.

    1987 - Artifacts/Yclept (USA), #13013 (CT)

  Note: all the tracks have been re-released on IN ONE MOUTH AND OUT OF THE
  OTHER (1990).

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041 - RIVER OF NO RETURN: various artists

  This limited (150 copies) edition cassette contains mostly live tracks by
  Wiseblood, Tom Waits, Butthole Surfers, Skeleton Crew, Tuxedo Moon, Pussy
  Galore, Einstuerzende Neubauten, Henry Rollins, Mark Stewart & The Maffia,
  Coil, Pete Seeger, Sonic Youth, Blurt, Flipper, Crime and the City Solution,
  GG Allin, Lydia Lunch,Swell Maps, Liquid Sky OST, Swans, Foetus, Big Black.

    4/ Trees                                    (Skeleton Crew)

    Recorded live on January 15, 1986 in Mensa, Aachen

  Fred Frith; Tom Cora; Zeena Parkins.

    1988 - United Piss Artists Tape (Germany), ??? (CT)

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042 - LIVE IN BERLIN: Curlew

    1/ Moonlake                                 (Cartwright)             9:19
    2/ Ray (For Barry Hannah)                   (Cartwright, Cora)      10:42
    3/ Shoats                                   (Cartwright, Cora)       6:39
    4/ Barking (I Want A Dog)                   (Cartwright, Cora)       4:00
    5/ Mink's Dream (For Mink Snopes)           (Cartwright)             5:38
    6/ Agitar/The Victim/Improvisation/Oklahoma (Curlew)                16:40
    7/ The Four Scars							 6:13
    8/ To The Summer In Our Hearts					 9:05
    9/ Bringing In All Backbone						 8:50
    10/ Feelin' Good							 2:30

    Recorded live at Quasimodo Club, Berlin in October 1986
    (4) recorded at CBGB's, New York City in March 1987
    (9) recorded at the 1986 Taktlos Festival in Zürich

  George Cartwright: saxophones; Tom Cora: cello; Pippin Barnett: drums; Davey
  Williams: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboard bass and keyboards.

    1988 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 12 (LP)
    1990 - Cuneiform Records (USA), RUNE12CD (CD)

  Note: (7-10) are only available on the CD pressing.

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043 - A CLASSIC GUIDE TO NO MAN'S LAND: various artists

  This record features David Garland (1), Geoff Leigh (2), Orthotonics (3),
  Skeleton Crew (4), Guy Klucevsek (5), Etron Fou Leloublan (6), Doctor Nerve
  (7), :Zoviet France (8), Uludag (9), Iva Bittova/Pavel Fajt (10), Non Credo
  (11), Lindsay Cooper (12-14), Meltable Snaps It (15), Jad Fair/Half Japanese
  (16-18), Biota (19), Proof Of Utah (20).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    4/ Safety In Numbers                        (Cora, Frith)            3:16

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio in December 1985 and January 1986
    Produced by Tim Hodgkinson

  Tom Cora: bass, drums, vocals; Fred Frith: guitar, snare, vocals; Zeena
  Parkins: keyboards, vocals.

    1988 - No Man's Land, nml 8813cd (CD)

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044 - LIVE IN EUROPE: David Moss Dense Band

    1/ Two To Three To Tango                    (Moss, Frith)            4:07
    2/ Re-Shuffle                               (Moss, Frith)            4:09
    3/ Day To Climb                             (Moss, Frith)            4:20
    4/ Full Step                                (Moss, Frith)            4:18
    5/ Glider                                   (Moss, Frith)            3:18
    6/ Neural Sense                             (Moss, Frith)            4:30
    7/ Song Of The Possible                     (Moss, Frith)            4:43
    8/ Slant Lines                              (Moss, Chaine)           5:38
    9/ Slow Talking                             (Moss)                   5:17
    10/ Miniscus                                (Cora, Moss, Frith)      4:40
    11/ Swayaway                                (Moss, Frith)            4:28

    Recorded at "Musique Action 87" in Vandoeuvre, France on May 23, 1987

  David Moss: drums, vocals; Wayne Horvitz: DX 7, DX 100, harmonica; Christian
  Marclay: turntables, records; Jon Rose: 19-string cello, violin; Jean
  Chaine: electric bass.

    1988 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ELP 1004 (LP)
    1988 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1004 (CD)

  Note: (10,11) are only available on the CD pressing.
  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.

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045 - 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.

    10/ no title                                                         4:11
  
    Recorded live at Vandoeuvre, France on May 22, 1987

  Tom Cora: cello.

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

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046 - ABANDON: Tom Cora, Kazutoki Umezu

  First Act:
    1/ Part 1
    2/ Part 2
    3/ Part 3
  Second Act:
    4/ Part 4
    5/ Part 5
    6/ Part 6
    7/ Part 7
    8/ Part 8

    Recorded live at Roulette, New York on October 13, 1987

  Tom Cora: cello; Umezu Kazutoki: alto.

    1988 - Umisushi Records (Japan), UU-1001 (CD)

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047 - BUILDING HIGHER NESTS: Minnesota Composers Forum

  This record features compositions by Michelle Kinney, James R. Price, Thomas
  J. Wegren, Jim Phillips, Michael Kosch.

    1/ You Are So Stingingly Demure             (Michelle Kinney)        9:00

  Michelle Kinney: cello; Tom Cora: cello; Sowah Mensah: percussion; Marc
  Anderson: percussion.

    1988 - Innova Recordings/Minnesota Composers Forum (USA), 7 MN 107 (CD)

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048 - PASSED NORMAL VOL. #3: various artists

  This tape features Dybbuk (1), Amy Denio (2), Lussier/Derome/Lepage (3),
  Tone Dogs (4), The Jeff & Scott Show (5), Elvis Messiahs (6), Rudy Schwartz
  Project (7), Tom Cora (8), Something Brothers (9), Zozobra (10), Voodoo
  Mark (11), Frank Pahl (12), Dwin & Secret Dave (13), Pink Bob (14), Zeena
  Parkins/Wayne Horvitz (15), Steve May (16), That Hope (17), Curlew (18).

    1/ Mouchy                                   (Dybbuk)
    2/ FBI                                      (Amy Denio)
    3/ Hors De Mémoire                          (Lussier, Derome, Lepage)
    4/ Anicety Low Day                          (Tone Dogs)
    5/ Beans                                    (The Jeff & Scott Show)
    6/ Metamorphosis Of Houdini                 (Elvis Messiahs)
    7/ You Can Be A Republican Too              (Rudy Schwartz Project)
    8/ When A Hat Gets Lonesome (You Put It On Your Head)
                                                (Tom Cora)
    9/ Pelican Plaza                            (Something Brothers)
    10/ Mozart's Love Affair                    (Zozobra)
    11/ Huh?                                    (Voodoo Mark)
    12/ Eve & Adam                              (Frank Pahl)
    13/ Wasted Time                             (Dwin & Secret Dave)
    14/ All-American Mom                        (Pink Bob)
    15/ Surrounded By Pitfalls                  (Parkins, Horvitz)
    16/ Crystal Clear                           (Steve May)
    17/ Ice Cream                               (That Hope)
    18/ Live Somewhere In Germany               (Curlew)

    (8) recorded live in Tokyo on May 1, 1987

  Amy Denio (2,4): guitart, voice, saxophone; René Lussier (3); Jean Derome
  (3); Robert Lepage (3); Fred Frith (4): big guitar; Fred Chalenor (4): bass;
  Matt Cameron (4): drums; Jeff Michel (5); Scott Lucas (5); Joe Newman (7):
  saxophone; Kelly Dooley (7): saxophone; Robert Jacobs (7): keyboards; Tom
  Cora (8,18): cello; Tim Schellenbaum (10): guitar, fiddle, percussion;
  Cinnie Cole (10): banjo, synthesizer, bass, vocals; Mitch Salmen (10):
  guitar, electronics; Kevin Norton (10): drums, vibes, percussion; Voodoo
  (11): vocals; Dean Carlson (11): huh; Ed Pierce (11,13): guitar; Secret Dave
  (13): vocals; Zeena Parkins (15); Wayne Horvitz (15,18): keyboards; George
  Cartwright (18): reeds; Davey Williams (18): guitar; Pippin Barnett (18):
  drums.

    1988 - FOT Records/Home Recordings (USA), Vol. #3 (CT)
    2002 - Home Recordings (USA), HRCD-046 (CD-R)

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049 - COS#1: various artists

  This tape features John Zorn, Tetsu Saitoh, Yoshisaburo Toyozumi, Tom Cora,
  Yoshinori Yanagawa, Takashi Kazamaki, Zeena Perkins, Katie O'Looney, Fred
  Frith.

    1/ July 11, 1988                            (Zorn, Saitoh, Toyozumi)
    2/ April 16, 1988                           (Cora, Toyozumi)
    3/ February 21 and 22, 1988                 (Yanagawa)
    4/ August 4, 1988                           (Kazamaki)
    5/ August 4, 1988                           (Parkins, O'Looney, Kazamaki)
    6/ February 23, 1988                        (Fred Frith)

    (1,2,4-6) recorded at Openhouse in Nagoya
    (3) recorded at Gokuonsha Studio in Hashima

  John Zorn (1): alto; Tetsu Saitoh (1): bass; Yoshisaburo Toyozumi (1,2):
  percussion; Tom Cora (2): cello, voice; Yoshinori Yanagawa (3): alto;
  Takashi Kazamaki (4,5): percussion; Zeena Perkins (5): electric harp, casio;
  Katie O'Looney (5): drums; Fred Frith (6): guitar.

    1988 - COS (Japan), COS#1 (magazine+CT)

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050 - EIKOH-NO HATA - TAKASHI KAZAMAKI LIVE IN NEW YORK, 1987: Takashi Kazamaki

    (Side A) recorded at The Roulette, New York City on October 16, 1987
    (Side B) recorded at the Krain Theater, New York on July 9, 1987

  Takashi Kazamaki: percussion; Tom Cora (side A): cello; Danny Davis (side
  B): alto; William Parker (side B): bass.

    1988 - Omba-Sha (Japan), OMBA-004 (CT)

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051 - PRESAGE DE LAPIN DE LA MAISON: Buga Up

    1/ Instrumental
    2/ Red And White
    3/ Solo Tom
    4/ Gym
    5/ Gremlin
    6/ Solo Guigou
    7/ Hand Wood
    8/ Le Zebre Et L'Etalon
    9/ Son De Danse
    10/ Experts
    11/ Solo René
    12/ See The Fish
    13/ Total Preparation
    14/ Hick Wall
    15/ I Bis: Instrumental
    16/ II Bis: Red And White

    Recorded live at the "Kulturni dom 'Poljane'", Ljubjana on February 8,
    1988

  René Lussier: guitar, voice; Guigou Chenevier: drums, saxophone, voice; Tom
  Cora: cello, bass, voice.

    1988 - Nikad Robom (Yugoslavia), NR 009 (CT)

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052 - 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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053 - RODAN: Sato Michihiro

  This record features Sato Michihiro in different combinations with Bill 
  Frisell, Fred Frith, Tenko, Mark Miller, Nicolas Collins, Christian Marclay,
  Steve Coleman, Toh Ban Djan (Ikue Mori, Luli Shioi), Semantics (Elliott 
  Sharp, Samm Bennett, Ned Rothenberg), Tom Cora, Joey Baron, Mark Dresser,
  Gerry Hemingway.

    1/ SM/BF/FF                                                          4:21
    2/ SM/T/MM                                                           1:27
    3/ SM/NC/CM                                                          3:33
    4/ SM/SC                                                             3:17
    5/ SM/TOH BAN DJAN                                                   3:43
    6/ SM/NC/CM                                                          2:58
    7/ SM/T/MM                                                           1:17
    8/ SM/SB/ES                                                          1:44
    9/ SM/NC/CM                                                          1:42
    10/ SM/TC                                                            1:48
    11/ SM/SEMANTICS                                                     3:54
    12/ SM/ES                                                            2:02
    13/ SM/BF/FF                                                         4:20
    14/ SM/ES/SB                                                         2:00
    15/ SM/MD/BF/FF                                                      2:32
    16/ SM/T                                                             2:53
    17/ SM/BF/FF                                                         3:50
    18/ SM/SB                                                            2:19
    19/ SM/NC/CM                                                         1:08
    20/ SM/SC/JB                                                         4:20
    21/ SM/FF                                                            2:57
    22/ SM/MD/GH/BF                                                      2:11
    23/ SM/BF/FF                                                         5:30

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City on April 11-16, 1988
    Produced by John Zorn

  Sato Michihiro: tsugaru shamisen; Bill Frisell (1,13,15,17,22,23): electric
  guitar; Fred Frith (1,13,15,17,21,23): electric guitar; Tenko (2,7,16): voi-
  ce; Mark Miller (2,7): bass; Nicolas Collins (3,6,9,19): electronics;
  Christian Marclay (3,6,9,19): turntables; Steve Coleman (4,20): alto; Toh
  Ban Djan (5): Ikue Mori (drums, drum machine), Luli Shioi (bass, voice);
  Semantics (11): Elliott Sharp (double neck guitar/bass), Samm Bennett
  (drums),  Ned Rothenberg (alto); Elliott Sharp (8,12,14): double neck gui-
  tar/bass; Samm Bennett (8,14,18): drums; Tom Cora (10): cello; Joey Baron
  (20): drums; Mark Dresser (15,22): bass; Gerry Hemingway (22): drums.

    1989 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat Art CD 6015 (CD)

  Note: the tracks have no titles, only abbreviated codes indicating the
  musicians involved.

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054 - ANGEL CARVER - "LIVE" IN MILWAUKEE AND CHICAGO: Hans Reichel, Tom Cora

    1/ Rest Up, Premonitions                    (Reichel, Cora)         19:39
    2/ Miracles, To Boot                        (Reichel, Cora)         18:38
    3/ New Neighbors                            (Reichel, Cora)         13:01
    4/ Invitations To Dance                     (Reichel, Cora)          8:59

    (1-2) recorded at Woodland Pattern, Milwaukee on October 23, 1988
    (3-4) recorded at Southend Musicworks, Chicago on October 21, 1988

  Tom Cora: cello, cellodax; Hans Reichel: guitars, daxophone.

    1989 - FMP (Germany), CD 15 (CD)

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055 - LE TRESOR DE LA LANGUE: René Lussier

  Disc 1: Edition Originale
    1/						(Lussier)                4:26
      1a/ La Française Du Début
      1b/ Le Non-Lieu
      1c/ Vox Pop 1
      1d/ Le Départ Des Aventuriers
    2/ 						(Lussier)                7:54
      2a/ Arts Et Traditions (Direction 1)
      2b/ L'Heure Du Dîner (Archives 1)
      2c/ Les 2 Soeurs De Trois-Rivières (Direction 2)
      2d/ Rue Principale
      2e/ Montage 28 (Archives 2) 
    3/ 						(Lussier)                9:04
      3a/ La Visite De Charles De Gaulle
      3b/ De Gaulle Revisité
      3c/ L'Anglaise Du Québec (Direction 3)
      3d/ Kiki
      3e/ Manifeste Du F.L.Q.
    4/						(Lussier, Desjardins)    8:25 
      4a/ Vestibule
      4b/ Ce Ca Qu'On Va Faire!
      4c/ Le Gars Du Irving (Direction 4)
      4d/ Le Tic-Tac D'La Veille
      4e/ Le Blues Des Résultats
      4f/ Lend'Main D'Veille
      4g/ Qui S'En Souvient?
    5/ 						(Lussier)                5:24
      5a/ L'Appel D'La Pelle (Direction 5)
      5b/ Y'a Tout' Mon Estime
      5c/ Le Manifeste du F.L.Q. (Instrumental)
    6/ 						(Lussier)                2:57
      6a/ Le Message D'La Reine	
      6a/ Echange De Bar 
    7/ 						(Lussier)                2:46
      7a/ Fanfare Et Tradition (Vox Pop 2)
      7b/ L'Indécise
    8/ 						(Lussier)                6:15
      8a/ C'T'Ecoeurant
      8b/ Vestibule Léger (Direction 6)
      8c/ Ma Mère
      8d/ Ha Bein Ce L'Fun
    9/ 						(Lussier)                4:35
      9a/ Ouin Ce Ca (Vox Pop 3)
      9b/ Vous Me M'Nez A Bout
      9c/ Le Commercial
    10/ 					(Lussier)                4:37
      10a/ Mme Xavier Martin Revisitée
      10b/ Le P'tit Jésus de M. Chose
    11/ Le Diable (Archive 3)			(Lussier)		 3:25
      11a/ L'Enfer (Le Réel De L'Estime)
      11b/ Le Réveil
    12/ 					(Lussier)                3:55
      12a/ L'Amygdalite A Duchesne (Télephone 1)
      12b/ Wow Bec!
    13/ On Peut Parler (Télephone 2)		(Lussier)		 1:43
  Disc 2: Inédits 1
    14/ La Mort Du Concorde			(Lussier)		 7:49
    15/						(Lussier)                3:42
      15a/ La Voiture Du General
      15a/ Les 2 Soeurs De Trois-Rivières - Revisité
      15b/ Rue Principale
    16/ Pourquoi I Coupent Les Pauvres - Revisité 
						(Desjardins, Desbiens,
						Lussier)		 6:03
    17/ 					(Lussier)		 4:54
      17a/ La Visite De Charles De Gaulle 
      17b/ De Gaulle - Revisité
    18/ L'Homme Cheval				(Lussier)		 1:10
    19/						(Lussier)		 2:22
      19a/ Les Limbes
      19b/ L'Heure Du Dîner
    20/ Le Conte De L'Espiègle			(Lussier)		 6:51
    21/						(Lussier)		 4:08
      21a/ La Française Du Début
      21b/ Le Non-Lieu
      21c/ Le Départ Des Aventuriers
    22/ Arts Et Traditions - Revisité		(Desbiens, Lussier)	 2:49
    23/ 					(Desbiens, Lussier)	 4:29
      23a/ La Route Pour Montreal
      23b/ Fanfare Et Traditions - Revisité
    24/ Mme Xavier Martin - Revisité		(Lussier)		 3:42
    25/ Ma Mère					(Lussier)		 2:55
    26/ Vous Etes Contents ?			(Lussier)		 5:43
    27/ Un Homme				(Desbiens, Lussier)	 0:58
  Disc 3: Inédits 2
    28/ Le Capot De l'Auto 			(Lussier)		 2:00
    29/ Deux Dames Dans Une Balancoire		(Lussier)		 1:10
    30/ Le Cimetière Marin 			(Lussier)		 1:44
    31/ Un Article De Grande Rareté		(Trudel, Desjardins,
						Lussier)		 7:13
    32/ 					(Lussier)		 1:56
      32a/ T'As Pas Une Map ? 
      32b/ La Racine Et Le Futur
    33/ 					(Lussier)		 3:41
      33a/ Le French Spirit
      33b/ Le P'tit Jésus De M. Chose
    34/ Salut Boss !				(Desbiens, Lussier)	 0:59
    35/ L'Estime				(Lussier)		 2:41
    36/ Vestibule				(Lussier)		 0:37
    37/ Ce Ca Qu'On Va Faire ! - Revisité	(Desjardins, Lussier)	 4:36
    38/ Le Gars Du Irving			(Lussier)		 3:49
    39/ L'Avant-Veille				(Lussier)		 1:45
    40/ Lend'Main De Veille			(Lussier)		 1:33
    41/ Qui S'En Souvient ?			(Desjardins, Lussier)	 3:40
    42/						(Lussier)		 3:17
      42a/ C't'Ecoeurant
      42b/ ... A L'Aeroport
    43/ Le Saint-Elias				(Lussier)		 2:32

    (1-13) Recorded at Studios 172 and Victor, Québec between April 19, 1987
    and October 1989
    (14) recorded in 2003 (?)
    (15-43) recorded at Studio 270 in 1996 (?) and live in Québec and in 
    Europe in 1992-1994
    Produced by René Lussier with Hélène Prévost on (1-4)

  René Lussier: guitar, 6-string bass, casiotone, percussions, ambiences, voi-
  ce, podorythmie, cassettes; Jean Derome (1-13,15-43): saxophones, flutes, 
  keyboards, voice, bird-calls; Fred Frith (CD1, CD2&3: studio tracks except
  (14)): bass, violin, piano; Claude Beaugrand (CD1, CD2&3: studio tracks ex-
  cept (14)): magnetic ambiences, voice, free sound; Claude Simard: bass; 
  Alain Trudel (CD1, CD2&3: studio tracks except (14) & Québec live tracks):
  trombone, euphonium; Celine Chaput (CD1): voice; Jean-Denis Levasseur (CD1):
  clarinet; Richard Desjardins (CD1, CD2&3: 1992-1993 Québec live tracks): 
  voice, poetry, piano ; Pierre St-Jak (CD1): piano; Tom Cora (CD1): cello; 
  Bob Ostertag (CD2&3 live tracks): sampler keyboard; Tom Walsh (CD2&3 Europe 
  live tracks): trombone; Jean-François Martel (CD2&3 live tracks): bass; 
  Pierre Tanguay (CD2&3 except (14)): drums, ti-balais; Patrice Desbiens 
  (CD2&3 Québec 1993-1994 live tracks): poetry, voice.

    1989 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 015 (LP)
    1989 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 015 CD (CD)
    2007 - La Tribu (Canada), TRICD-7265 (3xCD)

  Note: (5,6,8d,9,11-13) are not available on the LP pressing.
  Note: Pierre St-Jak and Tom Cora do not appear on the LP pressing.
  Note: Disc 2 and disc 3 are only available on the 3xCD pressing.

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056 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME 1: various artists

  This record features Curlew (1,8), Bosho (2), Jazz Passengers (3,5),
  Dresser/Feldman/Cline (4), Scanners (6), Miracle Room (7), Hansundtom (9),
  Alva Rogers (10).

  Tom Cora plays on three tracks, two with Curlew:

    1/ St. Croix                                (Cartwright)             4:51
    8/ The Hard Wood                            (Cartwright)             7:40

  Pippin Barnett: drums; George Cartwright: sax; Tom Cora: cello; Ann Rupel:
  bass; Davey Williams: guitar.

  and one with with Hansundtom:

    9/ Angel-Carver Blues                       (Cora, Reichel)          7:16

  Tom Cora: cello; Hans Reichel: guitar

    Recorded December 1988 and February 1989

    1989 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5242 (LP)
    1989 - A&M Records (USA), CD 5242 (CD)
    ???? - Enemy (Germany), EFA 03511-26 EMCD 111 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 120 KFW B1234 (4xCD)
    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-97 (CD)
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-12345 (5xCD)

  Note: "The Hard Wood" track is not available on the LP.
  Note: (5,8) are missing on the 1991 Knitting Factory pressing (KFWCD-97). 
  Note: the 5xCD box contains the five volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY.
  Note: the 4xCD box contains the first four volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING 
  FACTORY.

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057 - UBU ET LA MERDRE: various artists

  This record features Un Bouk Unikorn, Soixante Etages, Jean-François 
  Pauvros, Family Fodder, Ptose, Brode Tango, Pierre Bastien and Mecanium, Tom
  Cora and Hans Reichel, Guigou Chenevier, Costes, Officer!.

    8/ The Pig-Pinching Machine                 (Cora, Reichel)          4:13          

    Recorded at Noise NY by Tom Cora

  Hans Reichel: dachsophone; Tom Cora: dachsello.

    1989 - In Poly Sons Records (France), IPS 0389 (LP)
    2000 - In Poly Sons (France), IPS 0400 (CD)

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058 - PERFECT TROUBLE

    1/ What Is This????                         (Pomorin)                4:05
    2/ Renaissance Hymn                         (all)                    8:55
    3/ Sie! Die Immer So Schüchtern Ist         (all)                    2:25
    4/ Forest                                   (all)                    1:28
    5/ Deadlock                                 (all)                    2:54
    6/ Hello Everybody                          (all)                    3:04
    7/ Eine Befahrbare Straße..                 (all)                    1:58
    8/ Crazy Without You                        (Pomorin)                7:55
    9/ Bedenken Sie Die Ultravioletten Strahlen!(all but Maggie Nicols)  2:48
    10/ Überwachen Sie Das Glimmende Feuer!     (all)                    6:39
    11/ Hard To Speak Out                       (all)                    8:34

    Recorded at Acoustic Studio Berlin, 17th June 1989

  Sibylle Pomorin: alto, tenor, flute; Maggie Nicols: vocals; Tom Cora: cello;
  Klaus Wilmanns: double bass; Chris Cutler: drums, electronics.

    1989 - Moers Music (Germany), MoMu 2070CD (CD)

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059 - MEME EN HIVER/COMME UN PINSON DANS L'EAU: L'Ensemble Rayé

  Meme En Hiver:
    Les Quatre Saisonniers                      (C. Vuille)
      1/ Contenu D'Une Valise                                            2:17
      2/ En Train                                                        1:15
      3/ En Vacances                                                     2:08
      4/ Contenu D'Une Autre Valise                                      2:29
    5/ A Ma Taie                                (C. Vuille)              3:56
    6/ Elle Court, La Basse Cour                (C. Vuille)              1:57
    Skeleton Fred
      7/ Introduction                           (C. Vuille)              1:59
      8/ Birdless Air                           (Tom Cora)               1:59
      9/ Même En Hiver                          (C. Vuille)              1:19
      10/ Skaggae                               (C. Vuille)              3:49
  Comme Un Pinson Dans L'Eau:
    11/ Un Square Au Printemps                  (Huguenin)               3:54
    12/ Renouveau Horloger                      (C. Vuille)              1:41
    13/ Une Valse                               (Huguenin)               3:33
    14/ Un Morceau Pour Ta Fête                 (Huguenin)               3:40
    15/ Le Discours Du Colonel                  (Huguenin)               3:36
    16/                                         (Huguenin)               4:57
      16a/ Comme Un Pinson Dans L'Eau
      16b/ La Trempette De La Morue Cendrée

    Recorded at Studio des Usines, Neuchatel (Switzerland)

  Cedric Vuille (1-10,12,14,16): guitars, clarinets, bass, xylophone, ukulele,
  percussion, banduria, ocarina, lucky ducky; Jean 20 Huguenin (4,5,8,11,13-
  16): guitar, noises, synthesizer, percussions, pedalophone, harmonium,
  piano, bass, accordions, herisson musical; Jean-Maurice Rossel (1,4,7-10,
  12): bass, hurdy-gurdy, piano; Christian Addor (1,6,10): piano, accordion,
  keyboards; Gilles Vincent Rieder (1,3,4,10): percussion, drums; C. Trottmann
  (3-5): piano, keyboards, xylophone; Dominique Diebold (3): 'une bien belle
  melodie'; Didier Pietton (4): saxophones; M. Trottmann (5): tuba; Victor De
  Bros (6): piano; Alig (16): accordion.

    1989 - AYAA (France), dt 0289 (LP)
    1991 - AYAA (France), cdt 0289 (CD)
    199? - Gazul Records (France), GA 8608 (CD)

  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.

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060 - MUSIC MINUS YOU - FOR NEW MUSIC IMPROVISERS: Marion Brandis

    1/ Demonstration: Building Your Own Vocabulary
    2/ Group Improvisation: Quintet Minus You

    Recorded live at Roulette, New York City on May 8, 1987
    Produced by Marion Brandis

  Marion Brandis: flutes, small winds; Tom Cora: cello; Tom Guralnick: saxes,
  electronics; Myra Melford: piano, small percussion; Jim Staley: trombone,
  dijeridu; David Garland: narration.

    1990 - Nisus Tapes (USA), 90-5 (CT)

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061 - LEARN TO TALK/COUNTRY OF BLINDS: Skeleton Crew

    1/									 7:36
      1a/ Que Viva				(Frith, Cora)
      1b/ Onwards And Upwards			(Frith, Cora)
    2/ The Way Things Fall (Back Apart)		(TC,FF, Rebby Sharp)	 2:32
    3/ Not My Shoes         			(Frith, Cora)            2:16
    4/ The Washington Post  			(Sousa, arr. FF & TC)    1:31
    5/ We're Still Free     			(Frith, Cora)            4:09
    6/ Victoryville         			(Frith, Cora)            2:45
    7/ Learn To Talk        			(Frith, Cora)            3:52
    8/ Factory Song         			(Frith, Cora)            4:48
    9/ It's Fine    				(Frith, Cora)            4:16
    10/ Zach's Flag         			(Cora)                   3:02
    11/ The Country Of Blinds       		(Skeleton Crew, Cora)    4:09
    12/ The Border  				(SC, Anne Hemenway)      3:30
    13/ The Hand That Bites         		(Skeleton Crew, Frith)   5:32
    14/ Dead Sheep  				(SC, Cora, Frith)        3:22
    15/ Bingo       				(Skeleton Crew, Frith)   3:25
    16/ Man Or Monkey       			(Skeleton Crew, Cutler)  2:30
    17/ Foot In Hole        			(Skeleton Crew)          3:08
    18/ Hot Field   				(Skeleton Crew)          2:37
    19/ The Birds Of Japan  			(Skeleton Crew, Frith)   3:59
    20/ You May Find A Bed  			(SC, Frith, Rebby Sharp) 6:12

    (1-5,7-10) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) during 
    Christmas and New Year 1983/1984
    (6) recorded live in Victoriaville
    Part of (7) recorded at WBCN, Québec City
    (11-17,19-21) recorded at Sunrise Studio in December 1985 and January 1986
    (18) recorded live in Reykjavik, Iceland on November 4, 1985
    Last section of (20) recorded live in Reykjavik, Iceland on November 4, 
    1985
    (1-10) produced by Vogel and Skeleton Crew
    (11-20) produced by Tim Hodgkinson

  Tom Cora: cello, bass guitar, casio, drums, home-made drums, contraptions,
  vocals, accordion; Fred Frith: guitar, six-string bass, violin, home-mades,
  piano, drums, vocals; Zeena Parkins (11-20): organ, electric harp, accor-
  dion, drums, vocals.

    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 512 (CD)
    1998 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 512 (CD)
    2005 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR FRO 8/9 (2xCD)

  Note: compilation reissue CD minus 1 song from each LP ((8) from LEARN TO
  TALK and (2) from THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS).
  Note: the 2xCD reissue also includes some extra tracks; see the special 
  entry on this reissue for more details.

  See LEARN TO TALK (1984) and THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986) for further refe-
  rences.

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062 - RETURN TO STREET LEVEL: Takashi Kazamaki and Kalle Laar

    1/ Meanwhile                                (TK,KL,ES)               2:28
    2/ I Was Living                                                      1:14
    3/ In My Rehearsal                          (PH,TK,ES)               3:10
    4/ Room                                     (TK,KL,CM,ES)            1:18
    5/ With                                                              4:36
    6/ Dead Pheasant                            (TC,PH,TK,KL)            0:57
    7/ In The Backyard                          (TC,TK,KL)               1:51
    8/ And Angry                                (TK,KL,CM,ES)            3:50
    9/ Neighbours                                                        2:08
    10/ At My Doorstep                          (ND,TK,KL,ES)            1:40
    11/ Who                                     (TK,KL)                  1:05
    12/ Became Friendly                         (ND,TK,KL)               2:41
    13/ Greek Businessmen                       (TK,KL,ES)               3:13
    14/ Trying                                  (ND,KL)                  1:40
    15/ To Keep                                 (ND,TK,KL,ES)            1:30
    16/ Their Children                          (TK,KL,ES)               1:04
    17/ Asleep                                                           1:32
    18/ So I Turned                             (TC,TK,KL,CM)            1:19
    19/ Down                                    (PH,TK,KL)               4:40
    20/ My Amp                                  (ND,TK,KL)               1:37
    21/ Again                                   (TK,KL)                  1:42
    22/ In The Middle                           (TK,KL,ES)               1:08
    23/ Of The Night                            (TC,PH,TK,KL)            3:05
    24/ In The House                            (TK,KL,ES)               1:12
    25/ Where                                   (TK,KL)                  1:06
    26/ People                                  (TC,TK,KL,CM)            3:03
    27/ Were Not                                                         0:57
    28/ Supposed                                (TK,KL,ES)               2:34
    29/ To Live                                 (ND,TK,KL,ES)            3:26
    30/ Anyway                                  (TK,KL,CM,ES)            1:12

    Recorded in June 1990
    Produced by Elliott Sharp

  Elliott Sharp: guitar, bass clarinet, vocals; Paul Hoskin: contrabass clari-
  net; Nick Didkovsky: guitar; Kalle Laar: guitar, electronics; Tom Cora: cel-
  lo; Kazamaki: percussion; Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1990 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1022 (CD)

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063 - STEP ACROSS THE BORDER: Fred Frith

  This record (soundtrack of a movie by Nicolas Humbert and Werner Penzel) 
  features Frith in different combinations with Iva Bittova, Hans Bruniusson, 
  Tom Cora, Tina Curran, Jean Derome, Pavel Fajt, Eino Haapala, Haco, Eitetsu
  Hayashi, Tim Hodgkinson, Lars Hollmer, Bill Laswell, René Lussier, Fred
  Maher, Kevin Norton, Bob Ostertag, Zeena Parkins, John Zorn.

    1/ Sparrow Song                             (Frith)                  1:28
    2/                                                                   4:24
      2a/ Voice Of America part 3		(Frith, Ostertag)
      2b/ Legs					(Frith, Laswell, Maher)
    3/                                                                   3:09
      3a/ Selluloid Restaurant			(Frith)
      3b/ The Old Man Puts Out The Fire		(Frith)
    4/ After Dinner                             (Haco)                   1:47
    5/ Houston St                               (Frith, Zorn)            2:54
    6/ Drum Factory                             (Frith)                  2:01
    7/ Regardless Of Rain                       (Frith, Cora)            3:05
    8/ Candy Machine                            (Frith)                  2:59
    9/ Romanisches Cafe                         (Frith)                  6:19
    10/ The Border                              (Frith, Hemenway)        3:29
    11/ Nirvana Again                           (Frith)                  1:53
    12/ Scottish Roppongi                       (Frith)                  1:46
    13/ Norrgarden Nyvla                        (Frith)                  2:58
    14/ Birds                                   (Frith, Hodgkinson)      2:18
    15/ The As Usual Dance Towards The Other Flight To What Is Not part 3
						(Frith)			 1:47
    16/ Williamsburg Bridge                     (Frith)                  1:53
    17/                                                                  4:10
      17a/ Same Old Me				(Frith)
      17b/ Williamsburg Bridge reprise		(Frith)
    18/ The As Usual Dance... etc. part 5       (Frith)                  2:24
    19/ Lost and Found                          (Frith)                  3:21
    20/ Nine By Nine                            (Frith, Hayashi)         5:52
    21/ Evolution                               (Frith)                  3:20
    22/ Union Square                            (Frith)                  1:41
    23/ Morning Song                            (Bittova, Fajt, Pitinsky)2:00
    24/ Voice Of America Part 4                 (Frith, Ostertag)        2:02
    25/ Too Much Too Little                     (Frith, Curran)          2:08
    26/ Too Late                             	(Frith)                  2:23

    (1,10) recorded at Sunrise, Kirchberg in December 1985
    (2a,24) recorded live at Pass, New York in January 1981
    (2a,22,24) recorded live in Munich in December 1989
    (2b) recorded at OAO Studio, New York in June 1981
    (3a,4) recorded at MUE Studio, Osaka in February 1988
    (3b,6,8,12,16,17b) recorded in Munich in December 1989
    (5,7) recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City in February 1989
    (9,12) recorded live at the Romanisches Cafe, Tokyo in February 1988
    (11) recorded live at Roulette, New York City in February 1988
    (13) recorded in Uppsala on July 1979
    (13) recorded at Sunrise, Kirchberg in July 1979
    (14,20,22) recorded live at Rox, Tokyo in February 1988
    (14) recorded in Yorkshire & Brixton in December 1988
    (15,18,26) recorded at Bavaria TV Studios in December 1989
    (17a,21,25) recorded in New York City in August 1983
    (19) recorded at Paosostr., Munich in July 1989
    (19) recorded in Provence in July 1989
    (23) recorded at Hotel room, Bern in March 1989

  Fred Frith (all but (4,23)): guitar, drums, vocals, percussion, bass, bot-
  tles, DX7, homemades, keyboards, violin, casio, "trumpet"; Tom Cora (1,7,
  10): cello, drums, vocals; Zeena Parkins (1,10): keyboards, drums, vocals;
  Bob Ostertag (2a,11,24): synthesizer, tapes, samples; Bill Laswell (2b,17a):
  bass; Fred Maher (2b,17a): drums; Haco (4): piano, vocals; John Zorn (5): 
  alto; René Lussier (11): bass; Kevin Norton (11): drums; Jean Derome (11):
  alto; Eino Haapala (13): guitar; Lars Hollmer (13): keyboards; Hans 
  Bruniusson (13,21): drums; Tim Hodgkinson (14): bass clarinet; Iva Bittova
  (19,23): vocals, violin; Pavel Fajt (19,23): beercans, guitar, vocals; 
  Eitetsu Hayashi (20): drums; Tina Curran (25): bass.

    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 30 (2xLP)
    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), reCDec 30 (CD)
    ???? - ???, ??? (CT)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80462 (CD)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReVCec 30 (VHS)
    2002 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 03 (CD)
    2003 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 915 001-7 (DVD)

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064 - FESTIVAL MIMI 89: various artists

  This records features Looping Home Orchestra (1), Pop Mekhanika (2), Nimal
  Group (3), Orthotonics (4), Fred Frith and John Zorn (5), Harmonia Viva (6),
  Appel A Tous (7), Maximalist (8).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Nimal Group:

    3/ La Marelle                               (Rossel)                 6:03

    Recorded live during the Festival Mimi, Etang des Aulnes, Saint-Martin-de-
    Crau, July 6-9, 1989

  Momo Rossel: guitar; Pippin Barnett: drums; Tom Cora: cello; Bratko Bibic:
  accordion; Jean-Vin Huguenin: bass.

    1990 - Association AMI (France), AMI 2003 (LP)

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065 - FESTIVAL MIMI 89 - SCENE OUVERTE/OPEN STAGE: various artists

  This tape features Nick Didkowski, Carlos Gomez, Inger Kielhoan, Andreas
  Koch, Kevin Cook, Dominique Lentin, Martin Speicher, Heinz-Erich Goedecke,
  Bruno Meillier, Tom Cora, Catherine Jauniaux, Fred Frith, André Duchesne,
  Tenko, Katie O'Looney, Rebbie Sharp.

    1/ no title                                 (Didkowski, Gomez)       7:33
    2/ no title                                 (Kielhoan, Koch, Cook)   6:07
    3/ no title                                 (Koch, Kielhoan, Lentin) 5:43
    4/ no title                                 (Speicher, Goedecke)     7:09
    5/ no title                                 (Didkowski, Meillier)    4:00
    6/ no title                                 (Cora, Jauniaux)         5:24
    7/ no title                                 (Lentin, Frith, Duchesne)7:05
    8/ no title                                 (Goedecke, Tenko, O'Looney,
                                                Sharp)                   8:42

    Recorded live at the 4th MIMI Festival, Saint-Martin-de-Crau (France) on
    July 6-9, 1989.

  Nick Didkowski (1,5): guitar; Carlos Gomez (1): guitar; Inger Kielhoan (2,
  3): guitar; Andreas Koch (2,3): guitar; Kevin Cook (2): drums; Dominique
  Lentin (3,7): drums; Martin Speicher (4): saxophone; Heinz-Erich Goedecke
  (4,8): trombone; Bruno Meillier (5): flute; Tom Cora (6): cello; Catherine
  Jauniaux (6): vocals; Fred Frith (7): bass; André Duchesne (7): guitar;
  Tenko (8): vocals; Katie O'Looney (8): drums; Rebbie Sharp (8): guitar.

    1990 - Aide aux Musiques Innovatrices (France), AMI 3002 (CT)

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066 - BEETS, A COLLECTION OF JAZZ SONGS: various artists

  This record features Fred Frith, Clubfoot Orchestra, Peter Fair, Sun Ra,
  Rova Saxophone Quartet, Machette Ensemble Of S.F., Tom Cora, Anthony Braxton
  & Gino Robair, Eric Drew Feldman, Snakefinger, B. Singer, Sonny Simmons, 
  Winston Tong, Big Butter.

    7/ Recollection Bruise                      (Cora)                   2:49

  Butch Morris: trumpet; George Lewis: trombone; David Hofstra: tuba; Bobby
  Previte: drums; Christian Marclay: record loops; Tom Cora: record loops.

    1990 - Elemental/T.E.C. Tones (USA), 90901 (LP)
    1990 - Elemental/T.E.C. (USA), 90902 (CD)
    1990 - Elemental/T.E.C. Tones (USA), 90904 (CT)

  Note: the CT pressing is packaged in a can!

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067 - IN ONE MOUTH AND OUT OF THE OTHER: Rebby Sharp
  
    1/ Some Men                                 (Sharp)                  4:39
    2/ Up Jump Chair Legs                       (Sharp)                  0:55
    3/ Hard Acid Rain                           (Dylan, Sharp)           4:01
    4/ These Venetian Eyes                      (Sharp)                  1:28
    5/ Just In Time                             (Sharp)                  3:11
    6/ I'm So Hot                               (Sharp)                  2:12
    7/ Crater Creek                             (Sharp)                  2:51
    8/ Breaking Ground                          (Sharp)                  3:16
    9/ The Harmfulness Of Tobacco               (Brooklings, Sharp)      2:18
    10/ Gimme Back My 15c                       (Sharp)                  2:27
    11/ Goin' to The Roof                       (Sharp)                  1:57
    12/ Sittin' On Top Of The John              (Sharp)                  3:02
    13/ Let The Piper Call The Tune             (Sharp)                  1:55
    14/ Hesitation Blues                        (Sharp)                  4:26
    15/ Tar Baskets                             (Sharp)                  1:00
    16/ Holding Forth                           (Sharp)                  1:20
    17/ He Leadeth Me                           (Sharp)                  2:00
    18/ Walk By The Fire                        (Sharp)                  2:13
    19/ Royal Pauses                            (Sharp)                  1:44

    Recorded at Noise New York in 1986-1990
    Produced by Kramer

  Kramer: alto trombone, bass, voice, percussion; Coby Bally: UM.vocals; Tom
  Cora: cello, voice, homemade indigniti; Fred Frith: violin, fiddle, guitar;
  David Licht: percussion; Tim the Bird: cockatail sounds; Rebby Sharp: per-
  cussion, piano, mandoline, voice, guitar, banjo.

    1990 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 032 (LP)
    1990 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 032 (CD)
    1990 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 032 (CT)
    1990 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 9020 CD (CD)
    199? - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5032 (CD)

  Note: many of these songs had already been released on the tape AGAINST NO
  WALL (1987).
  Note: (8,9,19) are only available on the CD pressing.

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068 - VOIX DE SURFACE: Nimal

    1/ Une Lucie                                (Rossel)                 5:39
    2/ In Tenda                                 (Cora)                   5:43
    3/ Sale Temps, Mais Les Coleurs Sont Belles (Huguenin)               5:03
    4/ Tarotska                                 (Bibic)                  3:37
    5/ Le Soleil                                (Rossel)                 5:12
    6/ La Marelle                               (Rossel)                 4:58
    7/ Le 4eme Jeudi De La Semaine              (Rossel)                 2:38
    8/ James River                              (Cora)                   5:07
    9/ Maligne                                  (Rossel)                 2:55
    10/ La 2eme Jeudi                           (Rossel)                 3:57
    11/ La 3eme Jeudi                           (Rossel)                 3:01
    12/ Animal Triste                           (Rossel)                 4:05
    13/ Le Tram                                 (Rossel)                 2:53
    14/ Au Zoo                                  (Rossel)                 5:05
    15/ Un Drame                                (Rossel)                 4:45

    Recorded 1989 at CCAM Studio, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, France 
    (7,8,9,15) recorded live at Festival MIMI, 1989
    (13) recorded at M.A.I. 89, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, France

  Momo Rossel: guitars, Hurdy-gurdy, bouzouki, keyboard, bass, accordion;
  Jean-Vin Huguenin: bass guitar, guitar, piano; Bratko Bibic-Faninger: voice,
  accordion, glass harmonica, alphorn; Tom Cora: cello, electric bass, accor-
  dion; Pippin Barnett: drums & percussion.

    1990 - Rec Rec (Switzerland), RecRec 31 (LP)
    1990 - Rec Rec (Switzerland), ReCDec 31 (CD)

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069 - APPROXIMATIONS: Martin Schütz & Hans Koch

    1/ Yes You Are                              (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   1:50
    2/ Cardboardhouses                          (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   5:30
    3/ Both Poles                               (Koch, Schütz, Cyrille)  4:55
    4/ They Always Drank Their Tea With Dignity (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   5:00
    5/ Suburbia Mad Song                        (HK, MS, LBM, JH)        4:10
    6/ Freefall                                 (Koch, Schütz, Cyrille)  7:25
    7/ Unnecessary Noise Prohibited             (Koch, Schütz, Hwang)    5:55
    8/ Pippin's Radiator Express                (HK, MS, TC, PB)         6:10
    9/ Remember Coney Island                    (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   5:45
    10/ Feasibility                             (HK, MS, LBM, JH)        1:35
    11/ Last Turn                               (Koch, Schütz, Cyrille)  5:45
    12/ In Honor of Brog Shence                 (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   2:20
    13/ Amplified Insects I                     (HK, MS, TC, PB)         2:15
    14/ Amplified Insects II                    (HK, MS, LBM, JH)        3:30

    Recorded and Mixed by Martin Bisi from 27-11 to 4-12-1989 at B.C, Studios,
    Brooklyn, New York

  Butch Morris: cornet; Shelley Hirsch: vocals; Jason Hwang: violin; Andrew
  Cyrille: drums; Tom Cora: cello; Pippin Barnett: drums; Martin Schütz: elec-
  tric 5-string cello; Hans Koch: tenor, soprano, bass clarinet.

    1990 - Intakt Records (Switzerland), Intakt CD 018/1990 (CD)

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070 - THE AERIAL, JOURNAL IN SOUND - ISSUE #2 SPRING 1990: various artists

  This record features Bob Davis/Jon Raskin, David Dunn, Jin Hi Kim, Jeff
  Greinke, Christopher Shultis, Chris Cochrane, Sue Ann Harkey, Annea
  Lockwood, Trans Duo (LaDonna Smith & Davey Williams), Hildegard Westerkamp.

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Trans Duo:

    9/ Green Song                                                        3:23

  LaDonna Smith: voice, Casio; Davey Williams: guitar; Tom Cora: cello; Pippin
  Barnett: drums.

    1990 - The Aerial (USA), #2 (CD)
    1998 - O.O. Discs (USA), 0055 (CD)

  Note: Tom Cora also produced the track by Chris Cochrane:

    6/ Santiago Penando Estas                   (Violetta Parra)         3:30
 
    Recorded in 1989

  Chris Cochrane: voice, drum machine; Pippin Barnett: drums.

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071 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES MARCH & APRIL '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features Pinski Zoo (1), Defunkt (2), Chunk (3), Frank London
  Orchestra (4), Third Person (5), Fertile Crescent (6), Thomas Chapin Trio
  (7), King 3 (8), Play (9), Bianca 'Flystrip' Miller (10).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Third Person:

    5/ A Country Wedding

  Samm Bennett; Tom Cora; Nicolas Collins.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), (CT)

  See THE BENDS (1991) for further references.

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072 - PASSED NORMAL VOL. 4: various artists

  This record features Fred with Amy Denio (1), Peter Blegvad (2), Jeff 
  Kowalkowski (3), Eric Drew Feldman (4), Tom Cora (5), Tom Cora/Chris Cutler/
  Jean Derome/René Lussier (6), Edwin Pierce/Secret Dave (7), Zozobra (8), 
  Jeff Michel & Scott Lucas (9), Brave Combo (10), Blitzoids (11), The 
  Sediments (12), James McManus/Pink Bob/Tom Cora (13), René Lussier/Robert 
  Lepage/Jean Derome (14), Jeff Michel (15), Snakefinger (16,17), Shockabilly
  (18,19), Skeleton Crew (20).

  Tom Cora plays on four tracks, one in duo with Zeena Parkins:

    5/ Experts                                  (Cora)                   3:57

    Recorded at Noise, New York

  Tom Cora: piano, drums, vocals; Zeena Parkins: electric harp, vocals.

  one with Chris Cutler, Jean Derome and René Lussier:

    6/ Trois Pommes A Côté Du Sommeil           (TC,CC,JD,RL)           11:01

    Recorded in Montreal in April 1988

  Chris Cutler: drums, percussion; Tom Cora: cello, bass; Jean Derome: vocals,
  keyboards, saxophones; René Lussier: guitars, bass.

  one with James McManus and Pink Bob:

    13/ Sleepy Old Snake                        (Ivor Cutler)      	 3:24

    Recorded at Sedistudio, Normal in Fall 1987

  James McManus: vocals, string bass; Pink Bob: Casio CZ101, tapes; Tom Cora:
  cello.

  and one with Skeleton Crew (also found on PASSED NORMAL VOL. 1 (1986)):

    20/ Killing Time                            (Frith, Cora, Maher)     2:28

    Recorded at Illinois State University on November 4, 1984

  Tom Cora: cello, bass guitar, drums, contraptions, vocals; Fred Frith: gui-
  tar, violin, 6 string bass, drums, homemades, vocals.

    1991 - FOT Records (USA), CD ONE (CD)
    1991 - FOT Records (USA), FOT 1 (CT)

  Note: tracks 15-20 from this sampler are taken from PASSED NORMAL VOL. 1
  (1986).

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073 - GUMPTION IN LIMBO: Tom Cora solo

    1/ Straylight                                                        5:26
    2/ Burning Hoop                                                      3:02
    3/ Deciding To Live In Houses                                        2:25
    4/ Cruelty And Memory                                                3:15
    5/ Big Cell                                                          3:52
    6/ Cows Stars Rivers And Giants                                      3:12
    7/ Waiting For The Cannon To Laugh                                   3:48
    8/ The Story Of Anybird                                              4:24
    9/ Trivial Disasters                                                 3:37
    10/ Who To Salute?                                                   2:51
    11/ Hibou Perdu (Lost Owl)                                           4:09
    12/ There Will Be A Happy Meeting                                    2:53

    Recorded at Harold Dessau Studio, New York City on September 24 and 25,
    1990

  Tom Cora: cello.

    1991 - Sound Aspects (Germany), Sound Aspects SA042 (CD)

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074 - BEE: Curlew

    1/ The March Or Ornette Went To Miles' House And They Didn't Get Along
						(Cartwright)             2:58
    2/ St. Croix                                (Cartwright)             4:44
    3/ Jim (To the James River)                 (Cora)                   4:33
    4/ It Must Be A Sign                        (Cartwright)             6:30
    5/ To The Summer In Our Hearts              (Cartwright)            10:35
    6/ Saint Dog                                (Cora)                   6:40
    7/ The Hard Wood                            (Cartwright, arr. Cora)  7:04
    8/ The March (Reprise)                      (Cartwright)             4:42
    9/ Rudders                                  (Cora)                   4:06
    10/ Gary Brown                              (Cartwright)             4:11
    11/ Kissing Goodbye                         (Cartwright)             6:08
    12/ As You Said                             (Jack Bruce, Pete Brown) 5:48

    Recorded and mixed by Hahn Rowe at Water Music, Hoboken, NJ, July and No-
    vember, 1990
    (5,11) recorded live at the Stadtgarten, Köln, on the Knitting Factory 
    Tour of Europe, 1990 by Westdeutscher Rundfunk
    Produced by Hahn Rowe

  Pippin Barnett: drums; George Cartwright: saxes; Tom Cora: cello; Ann Rupel: 
  bass, vocals; Davey Williams: guitar.

    1991 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 27 (CD)
    1991 (or 1992?) - Open Minds (Germany), OM 2408-2 (CD)

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075 - FLYING VEGETABLES OF THE APOCALYPSE: Guy Klucevsek

    1/ Union Hall                               (Klucevsek)             17:30
    2/ Fez Up                                   (Klucevsek)              3:59
    3/ Loosening Up The Queen                   (Klucevsek)              5:03
    4/ Waltzing Above Ground                    (Klucevsek)              9:14
    5/ Reprieve                                 (Klucevsek)              4:07
    6/ Perusal                                  (Klucevsek)              9:13
    7/ Flying Vegetables Of The Apocalypse      (Klucevsek)              3:59
    8/ Blue Window                              (Klucevsek)              3:56
    9/ The Grass, It Is Blue                    (Klucevsek)              2:14

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion, vocals; Douglas Wieselman (1,2): tenor, clarinet; 
  Lindsey Horner (1): doublebass; Steve Elson (2): soprano; David Seidel (2): 
  electric guitar; Bobby Previte (2,9): drums; Diane Monroe (4,7): violin; 
  Tom Cora (4,7): cello; Laura Seaton (5,6): violin; Mia Wu (5,6): violin; 
  Erik Friedlander (5,6): cello; Marshall Taylor (8): alto; John King (9): 
  electric guitar, vocals; David Hofstra (9): Fender bass.

    1991 - Experimental Intermedia Foundation (USA), XI 104 (CD)

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076 - 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)

  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.
  Note: Bobby Previte appears under an alias ("Jaguar Wishbone Connecticut").

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077 - THE BENDS: Third Person

  Third Person is a trio with two permanent members - Tom Cora and Samm 
  Bennett - and one invited guest. This record features the following guests:
  Don Byron, George Cartwright, Chris Cochrane, Nic Collins, Catherine 
  Jauniaux, Myra Melford, Zeena Parkins, Marc Ribot.

    1/ La Mystere De La Chambre Jaune           (Third Person)           3:26
    2/ Everybody Chews                          (Third Person)           5:56
    3/ People Want Happy Some                   (Third Person)           4:05
    4/ A Country Wedding                        (Third Person)           2:54
    5/ First Thirds                             (Third Person)           5:17
    6/ Greazy Bag                               (Third Person)           2:35
    7/ Procedure Against Rain                   (Third Person)           3:24
    8/ Utah                                     (Third Person)           4:02
    9/ The Deciding Machine                     (Third Person)           2:26
    10/ Snake Oil                               (Third Person)           4:14
    11/ Mama Chauffage                          (Third Person)           5:04
    12/ Optic Nerve                             (Third Person)           5:13
    13/ If We Were Talking About                (Third Person)           4:54
    14/ Never Home                              (Third Person)           3:20
    15/ Bibandum                                (Third Person)           2:17
    16/ Weaklings                               (Third Person)           3:51
    17/ When A Hat Gets Lonesome                (Third Person)           4:59
    18/ Tackle                                  (Third Person)           3:36
    19/ Girl Tying Her Shoe                     (Third Person)           0:57

    Recorded live at The Knitting Factory throughout 1990

  Tom Cora: cello; Samm Bennett: percussion, samples; Don Byron (3,9,11): 
  clarinets; George Cartwright (5,8,10): saxes; Chris Cochrane (14): guitar;
  Nic Collins (4,13,17): electronics; Catherine Jauniaux (1,15): voice; Myra
  Melford (12): piano; Zeena Perkins (7,19): harp; Marc Ribot (2,6,16,18): 
  guitar.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-102 (CD)

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078 - DUOS: EUROPA - AMERICA - JAPAN: Peter Kowald

  This record features Peter Kowald in duos with Joëlle Léandre, Seizan 
  Matsuda, Evan Parker, Diamanda Galas, Conrad Bauer, Tom Cora, Andrew 
  Cyrille, Irène Schweizer, Akira Sakata, Masahiko Kono, Peter Brötzmann, 
  Tadao Sawai, Derek Bailey, Floros Floridis, Han Bennink, Jeanne Lee, Keiki
  Midorikawa, Junko Handa, Danny Davis.

    6/ Growing Crazy                                                     2:19

    Recorded March 30, 1986 by Martin Wheeler in New York 

  Peter Kowald: bass; Tom Cora: cello.

    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 21 (CD)

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079 - SCRABBLING AT THE LOCK: The Ex + Tom Cora

    1/ State of Shock                           (The Ex, Tom Cora)       6:06
    2/ Hidegen Fujnak A Szelek                  (Muzsikas, arr. The Ex,
                                                Tom Cora)                3:16
    3/ King Commie                              (The Ex, Tom Cora)       3:29
    4/ Crusoe                                   (The Ex, Tom Cora)       3:29
    5/ The Flute's Tale                         (The Ex, Tom Cora)       4:00
    6/ A Door                                   (The Ex, Tom Cora)       5:02
    7/ Propadada                                (The Ex, Tom Cora)       4:18
    8/ Batium                                   (Ismet Siral, arr. The
                                                Ex, Tom Cora)            3:52
    9/ Total Preparation                        (The Ex, Tom Cora)       6:18
    10/ 1993                                    (The Ex, Tom Cora)       2:26
    11/ Fire And Ice                            (Nico van Apeldoorn,
                                                The Ex, Tom Cora)        6:05
    12/ Sukaina                                 (The Ex, Tom Cora)       2:52

    Recorded January 25-31, Mixed February 1-4, ADM's Koeien-verhuurbedrijf,
    Amsterdam
    Produced by Dolf & The Ex & Tom Cora

  Tom Cora: cello; Terrie, Katrin, Luc, Andy, G.W. Sok: guitars, drums, bass,
  violin, accordion, voices; Jeroen: sound-scrapes; Catherine Jauniaux (1,3,
  4,6,7,9,10): voice improvisations; Marion (5): trumpet.

    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 39 (LP)
    1991 - RecRec Music/Ex Records (Switzerland/Netherlands), ReCDec 39/EX 
    051D (CD)
    1991 - Fist, 011 (CD)
    2004 - Ex Records (Netherlands), 051D (CD)
    2009 - Ex Records (Netherlands), EX 051 (LP)
    2010 - Mississippi (USA), 54 (LP)

  Note: the Ex Records and Mississippi LP reissues are an identical, entirely
  remastered version of the original album.

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080 - KNITTING FACTORY GOES TO VASSAR: various artists

  This record features The Jazz Passengers, Samm Bennett and Chunk, Defunkt,
  Thomas Chapin Trio, Third Person.

    9/ People Want Happy Some                   (Third Person)
    10/ A Country Wedding                       (Third Person)

  Samm Bennett; Tom Cora; Don Byron (9): clarinets; Nic Collins (10): electro-
  nics.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-121B (CD)

  See THE BENDS (1991) for further references.

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081 - WHAT STOPS US: Chris Cochrane

    1/ Far A Field                              (Cochrane)
    2/ Some Of Us                               (Cochrane)
    3/ What Stops Us                            (Cochrane)
    4/ Sad                                      (Cochrane, Cora)
    5/ While You Were Out                       (G. Cartwright, P. Haines)
    6/ Inside                                   (Cochrane)
    7/ It Wasn't That Way                       (Cochrane)
    8/ Forever In My Life                       (Prince)
    9/ Santiago                                 (Violeta Parra)
    10/ Tell Me                                 (Cochrane)
    11/ Lancut                                  (Cochrane)
    12/ The President Of The United States      (G. Cartwright, P. Haines)
    13/ Continuous Front                        (Cartwright, Haines, Cochrane)
    14/ Try To Talk                             (Cochrane)

    Recorded in April 1989 at Noise, New York
    Produced by Tom Cora and Chris Cochrane

  Chris Cochrane: guitar, drum machine, vocals; Pippin Barnett: drums; Zeena
  Parkins: piano, harp; Ann Rupel: bass, piano; Tim Spelios: drums; Doug
  Seidel: guitar, sampler; Tom Cora: piano, organ, guitar.

    ???? - ???, ??? (CT)

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082 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES NOVEMBER & DECEMBER '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features Curlew (1), M. Doughty (2), Chunk (3), Gary Lucas (4),
  Charles Gayle (5), Drunken Boat (6), Amy Denio (7), Microscopic Septet (8),
  Futu Futu (9), Eugene Chadbourne (10).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Curlew:

    1/ Human Weatherwords                       (Curlew, Paul Haines)

  Pippin Barnett: drums; George Cartwright: sax; Tom Cora: cello; Ann Rupel:
  bass; Davey Williams: guitar; Amy Denio: vocals.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), (CT)

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083 - THE ReR QUARTERLY SELECTIONS FROM VOL. 1: various artists

  This record features John Oswald (1), Duck & Cover (Tom Cora, Chris Cutler,
  Fred Frith, Heiner Goebbels, Alfred Harth, Dagmar Krause, George Lewis) (2),
  Steve Moore (3,10), Cassix (Stormy Six & Cassiber) (4-8) , 5UU'S (9), Biota
  (11).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Duck & Cover:

    2/ Duck and Cover                           (Duck and Cover)        27:44

    Recorded live at the Berliner Ensemble, GDR on February 16, 1984

  Tom Cora: cello, bass, cassettes, electrics; Chris Cutler: drums, electrics;
  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, cassette; Heiner Goebbels: Piano, synth, guitar,
  cassette; Alfred Harth: tenor sax, trumpet, bass clarinet; Dagmar Krause:
  singing; George Lewis: trombone, mouthpieces.

    1991 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR QCD1 (CD)

  Note: (2) first appeared on the Recommended Records Quarterly, Vol 1. No. 2
  (1985); refer to this entry for further references.

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084 - DIFFERENTLY DESPERATE: The Hat Shoes

    1/ Dolores                                  (Gilonis)                2:42
    2/ Birdless                                 (Gilonis, Thomas)        2:20
    3/ The Woman Of Chemovitzy                  (Jauniaux)               4:01
    4/ Love Conversation                        (Jauniaux)               2:05
    5/ Tom-Ta-Kati-È-Ta-Coté                    (Gilonis, Jauniaux)      2:38
    6/ Battre Des Paupières                     (Gilonis)                3:28
    7/ Differently Desperate                    (Jauniaux)               3:04
    8/ Sugar Sugar                              (Barry, Kim, arr. T.H.S.)4:07
    9/ Tchakoh                                  (Gilonis)                2:34
    10/ Skinny Moon                             (Angela, BG, CJ)         3:22
    11/ Experts                                 (Cora)                   2:52
    12/ Saddest Train Ride                      (Gilonis)                2:06
    13/ The Pigeons, Mr. McKenzie               (Gilonis, Thomas)        2:11
    14/ Hátong                                  (Dessau, arr. Cora)      2:31

    Recorded at GWBB Audiovision (London), Joe's Garage (London), Red Shop
    Studio (London), Water Music (Hoboken N.J.), and Cojaux Studio (New York
    City) between October 1990 and April 1991
    Produced by Bill Gilonis

  Bill Gilonis: guitars, bass, piano, xylophone; Catherine Jauniaux: voice; 
  Charles Hayward: drums, percussion, melodica, vocal on (8,11); Tom Cora: 
  cello, piano on (11), guitar on (11), vocal on (11); Amos (5,6,8): bass,
  keyboards; Chris Cochrane (6,9): guitar; David Thomas (13): vocal; Hahn Rowe
  (14): violin; Ian Hill (6,8): accordion; Rick Brown (2,13): tambourine; 
  Stuart Jones (10): trumpet; Tim Hodgkinson (11): flat guitar; Tito Pueblo
  (5,8): guitar.

    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 41 (LP)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 41 (CD)
    2008 - Ad Hoc (USA), 23 (CD)

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085 - GRAVITY: Fred Frith

    1/ The Boy Beats The Rams (Kluk Tluce Berany)
                                                (Frith)                  4:54
    2/ Spring Any Day Now                       (Frith)                  3:04
    3/ Don't cry For Me                         (Frith)                  3:28
    4/ The Hands Of The Juggler                 (Frith)                  5:31
    5/ Norrgarden Nyvla                         (Frith)                  2:54
    6/ Year Of The Monkey                       (Frith)                  4:11
    7/ What A Dilemma                           (Frith)                  3:11
    8/ Crack In The Concrete                    (Frith)                  1:24
    9/ Come Across                              (Frith)                  2:47
    10/                                                                  4:42
      10a/ Dancing In The Street                (W. Stevenson, M. Gaye)
      10b/ My Enemy Is A Bad Man                (Frith)
    11/ Slap Dance                              (Frith)                  2:32
    12/ A Career In Real Estate                 (Frith)                  4:42
    13/ Dancing In Rockville Maryland           (Frith)                  3:04
    14/ Waking Against Sleep                    (Frith)                  2:08
    15/ Terrain                                 (Frith)                  3:50
    16/ Moeris Dancing                          (Frith)                  5:03
    17/ Geistige Nacht                          (Frith)                  5:18
    18/ Life At The Top                         (Frith)                  1:40
    19/ Oh Wie Schon Ist Panama!                (Frith)                  5:02

    (1-6) recorded at Norrgarden Nyvla, Uppsala (Sweden) and at Sunrise
    Studios, Switzerland in August 1979
    (7-13) recorded at Catch-a-Buzz Studio, Rockville (Maryland) in November
    1979 and at Sunrise Studios, Switzerland in January 1980
    (14) recorded at Sunrise Studios in July-August 1978
    (15) recorded at Kaleidophon, London in March 1978
    (16) recorded at Sunrise Studios in January 1978
    (17) recorded at Sunrise Studios in January 1979
    (18) recorded at Sunrise Studios in January 1984
    (19) recorded at Noise, New York in September 1988
    (1-14) produced by Fred Frith and Etienne Conod

  Fred Frith: bass, guitar, violin, keyboards, drums, extra percussion; Hans
  Bruniusson (1-6,10): drums; Eino Haapala (1-6): guitar, mandolin; Lars 
  Hollmer (1-6): piano, organ, accordion; Marc Hollander (1-13,17): alto, 
  clarinet, bass clarinet, soprano; Olivia Bruynhooge (1-6): tap dancing, 
  clapping; Chris Cutler (1-6,14-17): snare drum, maraccas, clapping, drums; 
  Tina Curran (1-7): whirling, clapping, subliminal bass; Frank Wuyts (1-6,9,
  17): whirling, clapping, recorders, drums, piano, synthesiser; Michel 
  Berckmans (1-6,17): clapping, oboe, bassoon; Etienne Conod (1-6): clapping;
  Denis Van Hecke (1-6,17): clapping, cello; Veronique Vincent (1-6): clap-
  ping; Asha Swanson (?): final comments; Dave Newhouse (7-13): alto, organ; 
  Tom Scott (11): soprano; Paul Sears (7,8,10,11,13): drums; Billy Swann (8,
  10,11,13): bass; Lindsay Cooper (14,15): bassoon, oboe; Tim Hodgkinson (14):
  alto; AnneMarie Roelofs (14): trombone; Dagmar Krause (16): voice; Tom Cora
  (18): bass, percussion, etc.

    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 901 (CD) (version 1)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 901 (CD) (version 2)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 901 (CT)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80452 (CD)
    2002 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 01 (CD)
    2003 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: (14-19) are only available on the 1991 CD reissues.
  Note: there are two versions of the 1991 RecRec Music CD; they have slightly
  different designs (such as colors); some information, such as lineup for the
  bonus tracks, is missing on version 1, and available on version 2.
  Note: the 2003 Russian pressing is a bootleg.

  See HOPES AND FEARS (1978) for further references on (15,16).
  See UN PEU DE L'AME DES BANDITS (1979) for further references on (17).
  See LEARN TO TALK (1984) for further references on (18).

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086 - BEYOND IT ALL: H.P. Zinker

    1/ Me and My Misery
    2/ Schwindlig
    3/ Sometimes I Just Don't Feel Like Talking
    4/ I Don't Know What's Going On
    5/ Die Todesdroge
    6/ The Offense
    7/ Sunbeam First Ave.

    Recorded at Greenhouse Studios, London, UK, June 6-9 1990
    (7) recorded at Tom Cora's homestudio, New York City, March 5, 1990
    Produced by H.P. Zinker

  Hans Platzgumer: acoustic & electric guitars, vocals; Frank Puempel: bass, 
  vocals; David Wasik: schlagzeug, tambourine; Tom Cora (7): cello.

    ???? - Roughneck Recording Company, FIREUS 8-2 (CD)

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087 - TRICK MOON: Third Person

    1/ The Silence Of The Long Distance Runner  (Third Person)           3:41
    2/ Kokubunji Suite                          (Third Person)           2:56
    3/ My Sweet Isahn                           (Third Person)           3:38
    4/ Tricorn                                  (Third Person)           3:08
    5/ Dusty Star                               (Third Person)           3:00
    6/ Sky Scraps                               (Third Person)           3:36
    7/ Kumamoto                                 (Umezu)                  5:10
    8/ The Changing Stakes                      (Third Person)           5:01
    9/ Gi-Gaku                                  (Third Person)           4:20
    10/ First Legs                              (Third Person)           5:05
    11/ McKappo                                 (Third Person)           2:32
    12/ Slinky                                  (Third Person)           3:40
    13/ Gospel Of Gone (for James Baldwin)      (Cora)                   4:19
    14/ Tricycle                                (Third Person)           2:10
    15/ Real Gadget                             (Bennett)                1:19
    16/ All The Live Long Day                   (Third Person)           2:39

    Recorded at GOK Sound Studio in June 1990

  Samm Bennett: percussions, samples, vocals; Tom Cora: cello; Kazutoki Umezu:
  alto, soprano, bass clarinet, kaen; Tsuneo Imahori: guitar.

    1991 - Tsuki No Uso Records (Japan), TU-001 (CD)

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088 - THE KNITTING FACTORY: Curlew

    1/ Ray 
    2/ Kissing Goodbay 
    3/ To The Summer In Our Hearts 
    4/ St. Croix 
    5/ St. Croix C.D. 
    6/ The Hard Wood 
    7/ Jim 
    8/ Moonlake 
    9/ Gary Brown 
 
  George Cartwright: saxophone; Tom Cora: cello; Davey Williams: guitar; Ann
  Rupel: bass; Pippin Barnett: percussion. 
  
    1991 - ARS 2 (Poland), To001 004 (CT)

  Note: limited edition of 115 copies.

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089 - A.V. ARTS SAMPLER VOL. 1 (KNITTING FACTORY - MUWORKS): various artists

  This audio companion to the issue 13 of the magazine MUSICHE features Lydia
  Lunch (1), Zahar (2), Marilyn Crispell & Gerry Hemingway Duo (3), Machine
  Gun (4), Samm Bennett & Chunk (5,8), Third Person (6,10), Bailey/Frith/
  Sharrock/Zorn/Laswell/K. Noyes (7), Thomas Chapin & Borah Bergman (9),
  Thomas Chapin (11).

  Tom Cora plays on two tracks with Third Person:

    6/ A Country Wedding                        (Third Person)           2:55
    10/ Le Mystere De La Chambre Jaune          (Third Person)           3:28

    1992 - Musiche/A.V. Arts (Italy), No 13 (magazine+CT)

  Note: this tape was given away with the issue 13 of the Italian magazine
  MUSICHE.

  See THE BENDS (1991) for further references on (6,10).

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090 - KNITTING FACTORY GOES TO THE NORTHWEST: various artists

  This record features Sonny Sharrock Band, Samm Bennett and Chunk, Third
  Person.

  Tom Cora plays on three tracks with Third Person:

    6/ Money Down                               (SB, TC, MR)
    7/ A Country Wedding                        (SB, TC, NC)
    8/ Up In Smoke                              (SB, TC, CC)

  Samm Bennett: percussion, digitals; Tom Cora: cello; Marc Ribot (6): guitar;
  Nicolas Collins (7): electronics; Chris Cochrane (8): guitar.

    1992 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-101 (CD)

  See THE BENDS (1991) for further references on (7).

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091 - DUOS AMERICA: Peter Kowald

  This record features Peter Kowald in duos with Diamanda Galas, Butch Morris,
  Anne Le Baron, Danny Davis, Andrew Cyrille, Vincent Chancey, Tom Cora, 
  Jeanne Lee, Zeena Parkins, Julius Hemphill.

    7/ And Then You Will See
	
    Recorded March 30, 1986

  Peter Kowald: bass; Tom Cora: cello.

    1992 - FMP, FMP 1270 (LP) 

  Note: most of these takes are different from the ones on the CD.
  Note: FMP released two sets of FMP 1260, 1270, 1280 each in a slip set as 
  a limited edition:
    Set I:  edition 200 copies FMP 1260, 1270, 1280
    Set II: edition 100 copies FMP 1260, 1270, 1280
      included a signed and numbered artwork (silk screen print) by Peter
      Kowald.

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092 - IT WAS A DARK STORMY NIGHT: Nicolas Collins

    3/ It Was A Dark And Stormy Night           (Collins)               27:27

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York City in February-May 1992

  David Moss: voice; Nicolas Collins: voice, backwards electric guitar, elec-
  tronics; Robert Poss: electric guitar; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Ben Neill:
  trumpet; Rob Bethea: trombone; Tom Cora: cello; Soldier String Quartet.

    1992 - Trace Elements (USA), TE-1019CD (CD)

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093 - ANGELICA 91: various artists

  A document from the first edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica
  which features Mary Iqaluk and Nellie Echaluk, Joseph Racaille and Daniel 
  Laloux, Quartetto Vocale Giovanna Marini, Tom Cora, Catherine Jauniaux, 
  Shelley Hirsch, Lol Coxhill, David Weinstein, Carles Santos, Phil Minton, 
  Veryan Weston, Ernst Reijseger, Laboratorio Di Musica & Immagine, Keep The 
  Dog.

  Tom Cora plays on two tracks, one in solo under his name: 
  
    10/ Embouteillage Bruise                    (Cora)                   4:07

  Tom Cora: cello, contraptions.

    Recorded live at Angelica, first Festival Internazionale Di Musica, 
    Bologne (Italy), June 1991
  
  and one with Shelley Hirsch, Lol Coxhill and David Weinstein:

    12/ HI.CO.CO.WE.                                                    6:03

    Recorded live at Angelica, first Festival Internazionale Di Musica, 
    Bologne (Italy), June 1991
  
  Shelley Hirsch: voice; Tom Cora: cello; Lol Coxhill: soprano, voice; David
  Weinstein: keyboards.

    1992 - CAICAI Music (Italy), CAICAI-001 (CD)

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094 - SPILL: No Safety

    1/ Oh No                                    (Seidel, Cochrane)       1:33
    2/ Sad                                      (Cochrane, Tom Cora)     2:44
    3/ Summer Dress                             (Seidel, Cochrane)       4:20
    4/ Distraction                              (Seidel, Cochrane)       2:55
    5/ Post Nature                              (Seidel, Rupel)          2:41
    6/ Face                                     (Parkins, Cochrane)      3:50
    7/ Cambodia                                 (Parkins)                3:45
    8/ A Sense Of Ruin                          (Seidel, Rupel, Timmons) 2:19
    9/ Pavlov's Heaven                          (Parkins, Cochrane)      3:14
    10/ Wrong Number Dream                      (Rupel)                  4:38
    11/ Happy For Now                           (Seidel)                 1:02
    12/ Saturday Morning                        (Rupel)                  4:54
    13/ Swoon Me                                (Parkins)                3:33
    14/ Urge                                    (Seidel, Rupel, Spelios) 3:39
    15/ Open Your Eyes                          (Cochrane)               1:50
    16/ Split Control                           (Cochrane)               3:49

    Recorded at Water Music, Hoboken (New Jersey) in January 1991-January 1992
    Produced by David Weinstein and No Safety

  Zeena Parkins: keyboards, electric harp, accordion, vocals; Chris Cochrane:
  guitars, sampler, vocals; Ann Rupel: bass, vocals; Tim Spelios: drums, per-
  cussion; Doug Seidel: guitars; David Shea: turntables, samples.

    1992 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-127 (CD)
    1993 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 45 (CD)

  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.

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095 - AU ROYAUME DU SILENCIEUX: Les Granules

    1/ Avez-Vous Travaille?                     (Derome, Lussier)        9:06
    2/ La Carar... (Chanz d'Assentir Les Sumes Du Jus)
                                                (Derome, Lussier)        6:42
    3/ Le Tango Qui Ne Finit Jamais             (Derome, Lussier)        4:32
    4/ La Chicaneuse                            (Boudreault, Derome,
                                                Lussier)                 4:01
    5/ Le Grand Pourquoi Dans L'Fond            (Derome, Lussier)        1:35
    6/ Blip (Ou L'Oxydation Des Sentiments D'Apres Jean-Sebastien Bach)
                                                (Derome, Lussier)        3:09
    7/ Canada Dry                               (Derome, Lussier)        4:29
    8/ Reves Et Menteries                       (Derome, Frith, Lussier) 8:05
    9/ La Bombe                                 (Derome)                 2:12
    10/ L'Homme Et Le Froid                     (Derome, Lussier)        2:23
    11/ Le(s) Legumes                           (Mme Bolduc, Derome,
                                                Lussier)                 4:50
    12/ L'Heure Avancee                         (Derome, Lussier)        2:48
    13/ Papa-Sapin-Rouge                        (trad., Derome, Lussier) 5:24
    14/ La Fin Du Monde                         (Derome, Lussier)        1:49
    15/ Troc De Viande                          (Lussier)                3:11

    Recorded "live" in studio at Studio Victor on November 20-24, 1989

  Jean Derome: flute, alto, bird calls, rhythm box, synthesizers, piano,
  voice, cassettes; René Lussier: electric guitar, percussions, voice, casset-
  tes; Raphaelle Derome: voice; Pierre Derome: voice; Tom Cora: voice; Martin
  Tétreault (8).

    1992 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 018 CD (CD)
    1992 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), ??? (CT)

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096 - THE HARDWOOD RECORDED AT THE KNITTING FACTORY: Curlew

  90mn video of a live concert of Curlew at the Knitting Factory.

    1/ Saint Dog
    2/ Rudders
    3/ Moonlake
    4/ Gary Brown
    5/ Jim
    6/ St. Croix 
    7/ Gimme
    8/ To The Summer In Our Hearts
    9/ It Must Be A Sign
    10/ The Hardwood

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City on March 13, 1991

  George Cartwright: saxes; Tom Cora: cello; Davey Williams: guitar; Ann 
  Rupel: bass; Pippin Barnett: drums.

    1992 - Cuneiform (USA), 47 (VHS)

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097 - UTOPIA AMERICANA: compilation of American music

  This record features works by Allen Ginsberg, Steve Reich, Michael Galasso, 
  Ben Neill, John Cage, David Behrman, Pauline Oliveros, Steve Lacy, John 
  Zorn and Andrea Centazzo.

    9/ First Environment For Sextet             (Zorn, Centazzo)        13:14

    1992 - New Tone (Italy), NT 6707 (CD)

  See ENVIRONMENT FOR SEXTET (1979) for further references.

  Note: on this record, Zorn is credited as co-composer with Centazzo.

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098 - AND THE WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS: The Ex & Tom Cora

    1/ Dere Geliyor Dere			(trad., The Ex, Cora)	 4:20
    2/ The Big Black				(The Ex, Cora)		 5:33
    3/ What's The Story				(The Ex, Cora)		 2:20
    4/ Lamp Lady				(The Ex, Cora)		 3:48
    5/ One-Liner From China			(The Ex, Cora)		 1:32
    6/ Everything & Me				(The Ex, Cora)		 3:59
    7/ New Clear Daze 				(The Ex, Cora)		 4:42
    8/ Oh Puckerlips Now			(The Ex, Cora)		 4:04
    9/ Empty V					(The Ex, Cora)		 2:26
    10/ Okinawa Mon Amour			(The Ex, Cora)		 2:26
    11/ Dear House				(The Ex, Cora)		 4:41
    12/ Conviction Going Gaga			(The Ex, Cora)		 1:37
    13/ Stupid Competitions			(The Ex, Cora)		 4:15
    14/ Hickwall				(The Ex, Cora)		 3:12
    15/ War OD					(The Ex, Cora) 		 6:13
    16/ Mystery Track						 	 2:02

    Recorded at the Friends Studio Amsterdam, Holland on January 15-22, 1993

  Katrin; Terrie; Luc; G.W. Sok; Andy; Tom: drums, guitars, bass, vocals, 
  steeldrum, violin, cello; guests: Johannes (2,8,12): vocals; Dolf (10):
  guitar.

    1993 - Fistpuppet (USA), 15 (CD)
    1993 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec55 (LP)  
    1993 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 55/EX 057D (CD)  
    2004 - Ex Records (Netherlands), 057D (CD)

  Note: remastered versions of some tracks are available on the compilation 
  30 (2009).

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099 - A BEAUTIFUL WESTERN SADDLE: Curlew

    1/ Let's Sit Right Down/The Passing                                  4:01
    2/ Such Credentials As Have Become Pseudonym                         2:37
    3/ Poem For Gretchen Ruth                                            3:50
    4/ All's Well That Ends                                              4:24
    5/ Peking Widow                                                      4:21
    6/ The Prince                                                        3:17
    7/ What Is Free To A Good Home?                                      5:02
    8/ Still Trying                                                      3:52
    9/ Breakfast                                                         3:21
    10/ Today                                                            3:23
    11/ Song Sung Long                                                   4:09
    12/ Human Weather Words                                              4:35
    13/ Now Can You Tell Me Or Can It Still Be Told?                     4:10
    14/ Paint Me!                                                        5:29

    Recorded in 1993 in Hoboken, NJ

  George Cartwright: alto, tenor; Davey Williams: guitar; Tom cora: cello; Ann 
  Rupel: bass; Pippin Barnett: drums; Amy Denio: vocals.

    1993 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 50 (CD)
    2010 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 303-304 (CD+DVD)

  Note: the band plays music with text by Paul Haines sung by Amy Denio.

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100 - WATERDRAGON: Bobvan

    2/ An Eyebrow And Curved Hair               (Bobvan)                 6:13
    8/ The Shrinking Of The Gigantic            (Bobvan)                 6:20

    Recorded on ??? at ???
    Produced and mixed by Bobvan

  Tom Cora: cello.

    1993 - Crammed Discs SSR (Belgium), freezone 127 (CD)

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101 - STAYING LOOSE: H.P. Zinker

  18/ Sunbeam First Ave.                                                 1:20

    1993 - Roughneck Records (England), NECKCD 14 (CD)

  See BEYOND IT ALL (????) for further references.

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102 - THE DIGNITY OF HUMAN BEING IS VULNERABLE: various artists

  This sampler contains previously unreleased exclusive tracks for the Anti
  War Action For Former Yugoslavia by the following artists: INFS, Revenge Of
  Carrots, De Kift, Born Against, Dawson, Strelnikof, Wat Tyler, Mr. T.
  Experience, Dog Faced Hermans, KBOI, Overflow, NoMeansNo, MDC, The Ex & Tom
  Cora, The Refugees.

  The Ex and Tom Cora play on one track:

    14/ Figs                                                             4:41

    Recorded live at the Komm in Nurenberg, Germany on May 21, 1992

    1993 - Anti War Action (Netherlands), no number (LP+booklet)
    1993 - Anti War Action (Netherlands), no number (CD+booklet)

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103 - CUNEIFORM PROMO SAMPLER NO 1: various artists
 
  This record features Piero Milesi (1), Daniel Denis (2), Peter Frohmader 
  (3), David Borden (4), Philharmonie (5), Richard Pinhas (6), Present (7), 
  PFS (8), Univers Zero (9), U Totem (10), Miriodor (11), Mujician (12), Hugh
  Hopper (13), Phil Miller (14), Curlew  (15), Henry Kaiser (16), Chainsaw
  Jazz (17), Dr. Nerve (18), Kombinat M (19), Forever Einstein (20), Birdsongs
  Of The Mesozoic (21).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Curlew:

    15/ St. Croix				(George Cartwright)	 4:58

    1993 - Cuneiform (USA), Cuneiform Promo 1 (CD)

  Note: all tracks were previously released.

  See BEE (1991) for further references on (15).

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104 - THERE: Hieronymus Firebrain

    1/ Heaven's Expanse                         (Hieronymus Firebrain)   4:52
    2/ Relax                                    (Hieronymus Firebrain)   6:18
    3/ Flame Is A Feeding Thing                 (Hieronymus Firebrain)   4:25
    4/ Wild Blackberries                        (Hieronymus Firebrain)   4:37
    5/ I Remember                               (Hieronymus Firebrain)   4:21
    6/ Yoo Doo Right                            (Can)                    4:03
    7/ It's Fine                                (Cora, Frith)            4:31
    8/ Beyond Our Threshold                     (Hieronymus Firebrain)   4:39
    9/ Camel Driver                             (Hieronymus Firebrain)   3:28
    10/ Crime Prevention Waltz                  (Hieronymus Firebrain)   3:06
    11/ Runaway                                 (Hieronymus Firebrain)   3:44
    12/ Ya Still Doo It Rite                    (Can)                    2:30
    13/ Skin Holds It In                        (Hieronymus Firebrain)  12:11

    Recorded at the MudHive, Questa (New Mexico) in September 1992

  Jonathan Segel: guitar, voice, violin, mandolin, accordion; Fredericko
  Ordini: guitar, voice; Theodore Ellison: bass, spoon bass; Russ Blackmar:
  drums, stove; Chris Davis: tenor, clarinet, bass clarinet, soprano, other
  weird reedy things, backing vocals; Dave Costanza: trumpet, backing vocals;
  Katl B. Traler: trombone; Anne Costanza (7): backing vocals; Cella Costanza
  (7): backing vocals.

    1994 - Magnetic (USA), Magnetic 0001 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith and Tom Cora do not play on this record.

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105 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY: No Safety

    15/ Man Or Monkey                           (Parkins, Frith, Cora, Cutler/
                                                 arranged by Parkins)    2:35
   
    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory July 5, 12, 13, 1993
    Produced by No Safety and John Siket

  Ann Rupel: bass, vocals; Chris Cochrane: guitar, tape, tambourine, vocals;
  Zeena Parkins: harp, sampler, eggs, vocals; Doug Seidel: guitar; Tim
  Spelios: traps.

    1994 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 149 (CD)

  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.

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106 - CMJ NEW MUSIC - FEBRUARY 1994: various artists

  This audio companion to the February 1994 issue of the magazine CMJ NEW
  MUSIC features Sarah McLachlan, Richard Thompson, Meat Puppets, Prong, The
  Clash, Me'Shell NdegeOcello, Jeff Buckley, The Veldt, Love Jones, The Orb,
  Chug, Ampersands, The Ex + Tom Cora, Ui, Alejandro Escovedo, Superchunk,
  Grenadine.

    13/ What's The Story                                                 2:16

    1994 - CMJ, NO. 7 (CD)

  See AND THE WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS (1993) for further references.

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107 - KING KONK - A ROYAL COMPILATION: various artists

  This record contains previously released tracks by Victims Family (1),
  Showbusiness Giants (2), De Kift (3), Dog Faced Hermans (4), Jam Jar (5),
  Betty Ford Clinic (6), Shovlhed (7), Schwartzeneggar (8), Scram C Baby (9),
  Rhythm Pigs (10), Lul (11), Swell Prod (12), Megakronkel (13), Seein Red
  (14), Bep (15), Do or Die (16), The Ex & Tom Cora (17), Nomeansno (18).

    17/ War OD                                  (The Ex & Tom Cora)

    1994 - Konkurrel (Netherlands), K152c (CD)

  See AND THE WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS (1993) for further references.

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108 - ALKALINE: Cycomotogoat

    1/ Chapter Jones                            (CR, DA, TC)             0:41
    2/ Dizzy                                    (CR, DA, TC)             5:42
    3/ Why'd You Lie                            (CR, DA, TC)             5:07
    4/ Red Man                                  (CR, DA, TC)             4:38
    5/ Melody                                   (CR, DA, TC)             4:53
    6/ Jam, Jelly Juice                         (CR, DA, TC)             1:57
    7/ Do What I Say                            (CR, DA, TC)             6:34
    8/ Sunrise                                  (CR, DA, TC)             4:50
    9/ El Pico                                  (CR, DA, TC)             1:05
    10/ Army Ant/Heartbeats                     (CR, DA, TC)             5:53

    Engineered and produced by John Siket and Cycomotogoat

  Crugie Riccio: vocals, guitars; Dave Ares: bass, background vocals; Tom
  Costagliola: drums, hand percussion; Tom Cora (5,10): cello; Emilio China 
  (10): violin; Rob Clores (3,10): Hammond B3, keyboards; Sanjay Khanna (1,3):
  background vocals (on 3), drums (on 1).

    1994 - Sector 2, 10004-2 (CD)
    1994 - Sector 2, 10004-4 (CT)

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109 - CYBERBAND: Richard Teitelbaum

    1/ Hard Ticket                              (TC,FF,GL,RT,MW,CZ)      8:13
    2/ Emperor Walks (The Marionette)           (Teitelbaum)             7:32
    3/ Sunrise On The Spraul                    (TC,FF,GL,RT,CZ)         7:24
    4/ Duo                                      (Frith, Lewis)           5:34
    5/ Whirled Bands                            (FF,OY,RT)               7:37
    6/ Running Up And                           (FF,RT,CZ)               8:08
    7/ Coming Abstractions                      (FF,GL,OY,RT,MW,CZ)     15:34

    Recorded live during the 1993 Moers Festival
    Produced by Burkhard Hennen, Richard Teitelbaum and Carlos Zingaro

  Richard Teitelbaum: synthesizers, samplers; George Lewis: trombone, synthe-
  sizer; Tom Cora: cello; Fred Frith: guitars, electronic; Otomo Yoshihide:
  turntables, cd-player; Michael Waisvisz: synthesizers; Carlos Zingaro: vio-
  lin.

    1994 - Moers Music (Germany), 03000CD (CD)

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110 - ANGELICA 93: various artists

  A document from the third edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica
  which features Wolter Wierbos, Peter Kowald, Butch Morris, Dietmar Diesner, 
  Steve Beresford, Han Bennink, Hans Reichel, Tom Cora, Catherine Jauniaux, 
  Ikue Mori, Lindsay Cooper, Fred Frith, Gianni Gebbia, Lars Hollmer.

  Tom Cora plays on four tracks, on in solo:

    15/ Sewing Lesson

  one in quartet with Han Bennink, Steve Beresford and Hans Reichel:
  
    17/ Butter Dish:

  and on two of Butch Morris's conductions:

    19/ Conduction #31
    20/ Conduction #31 E1

  Han Bennink; Steve Beresford; Tom Cora; Dietmar Diesner; Catherine Jauniaux;
  Peter Kowald; Ikue Mori; Wolter Wierbos; Butch Morris: conduction.

    1994 - CaiCai Music (Italy), 004 (CD)

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111 - HALF A LIFETIME: Fredy Studer, Christy Doran

  Compilation of common work of Fredy Studer and Christy Doran.

    3/ If 6 Was 9                               (Jimi Hendrix)          11:59

    Recorded at Altes E-Werk, Goeppingen (Germany) on March 11, 1994
    Produced by Fredy Studer and Christy Doran

  Christy Doran: guitar; Fredy Studer: drums, percussion; Phil Minton: vocals,
  trumpet; Amin Ali: electric bass; Tom Cora: cello.

    1994 - Unit Records, UTR 4068 (2xCD)

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112 - STEP TO ANOTHER WORLD MUSIC: various artists

  This record features Bob Ostertag, Skeleton Crew, Die Knodel, The Jellyfish
  Kiss, Il Gran Teatro Amaro, Fred Frith, The Hat Shoes, wernerBaertschi, The
  Ex/Tom Cora, Tenko, After Dinner, Massacre, No Secrets In the Family,
  Vibraslaps, Ferdinand & Les Philosophes, Camberwell Now, Negativland, Goz
  of Kermeur, Tiere der nacht, The Orthotonics, Zero Pop, Debile Menthol,
  Guigou Chenevier, No Safety, Romeo Vendrame.

  Tom Cora plays on three tracks, one with Skeleton Crew:

    2/ The Border                                                        3:29

  one with The Hat Shoes:

    7/ Battre Des Paupieres						 3:28

  and one with The Ex:

    9/ The Big Black							 5:30

    1994 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 50 (CD)
    2003 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 50 (CD)

  See THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986), DIFFERENTLY DESPERATE (1991) and AND THE
  WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS (1993) for further references.

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113 - 20 IMPROVISED SONGS: The Remedy

    1/                                          (The Remedy)             2:15
    2/                                          (The Remedy)             0:58
    3/                                          (The Remedy)             2:49
    4/                                          (The Remedy)             5:17
    5/                                          (The Remedy)             1:59
    6/                                          (The Remedy)             2:22
    7/                                          (The Remedy)             2:07
    8/                                          (The Remedy)             5:10
    9/                                          (The Remedy)             2:12
    10/                                         (The Remedy)             2:12
    11/                                         (The Remedy)             3:18
    12/                                         (The Remedy)             2:26
    13/                                         (The Remedy)             2:26
    14/                                         (The Remedy)             1:33
    15/                                         (The Remedy)             5:32
    16/                                         (The Remedy)             2:59
    17/                                         (The Remedy)             2:07
    18/                                         (The Remedy)             5:03
    19/                                         (The Remedy)             1:53
    20/                                         (The Remedy)             3:10

    Recorded November 1993

  Sebastian Gramss: bass, cello, guitar, Casio, electronics, vocals; Axel
  Dörner: trumpet; Claus Wagner: drums, percussion. small things; Peter
  Kowald: bass, voice; Tom Cora: cello, electronically modified cello;
  Matthias Schubert: saxophone.

    1994 - JazzHaus Musik (Germany), JHM 69 (CD)

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114 - AP. INDIE-GESTION (A NEW INDEPENDENT MUSIC SAMPLER): various artists

  This audio companion to the magazine Alternative Press features Ethyl
  Meatplow (1), Band Of Susans (2), Lilys (3), Brainiac (4), The Mekons (5),
  Big Hat (6), Vanilla Trainwreck (7), Piss Factory (8), Morphine (9), KMFDM
  (10), The Nightblooms (11), Jacob's Mouse (12), Insides (13), Eden (14),
  Gift (15), The Ex And Tom Cora (16), Gnome (17), Human Mesh Dance (18),
  Spongehead (19), Cords (20).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with The Ex:

    16/ The Big Black                           (The Ex, Cora)     4:30

    1994 (?) - no label (USA), no number (CD)

  See AND THE WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS (1993) for further references
  on (16).

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115 - LUCKY WATER: Third Person

    1/ Busy River                                                        3:26
    2/ Cold Call                                                         5:06
    3/ Trick Water                                                       7:34
    4/ Bubble And Crow                                                   4:19
    5/ Bridge Of A Thousand Tears                                        2:58
    6/ Globe Trudgers                                                    5:48
    7/ Old Grandad (Doesn't Smell To Bad)                                4:54
    8/ John Frum He Come                                                 6:47
    9/ The Curlew's Sad Day                                              5:58
    10/ Cadillac Bolero                                                  4:08
    11/ Moro Reflex                                                      3:19
    12/ Hasten Slowly                                                    5:40

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City on June 10 & 12, 1994

  Kazutoki Umezu: alto, soprano, clarinet, pennywhistle; Tom Cora: cello, live
  cello sampling; Samm Bennett: samples, drums, percussion.

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-156 (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.

  Tom Cora plays on one track with the Tom Cora Project:

    ?/ ???

    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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116 - HÖR-FEST: Under Cover Collection Band

    1/ Driving Range                                                     6:06
    2/ Honk                                                              5:33
    3/ Butoma                                                            8:00
    4/ Love Those Shoes                                                  8:41
    5/ Signing Like A Guest Book                                         5:06
    6/ Ushkushkushkaloosh                                                7:13
    7/ Simplex Bob                                                      12:30
    8/ Fitting                                                           9:53
    9/ Sekt                                                              8:29
    10/ Would-Be                                                         5:25
    11/ Uncle Core

    Recorded at Culturcentrum Wolkenstein, Austria on October 10, 1994

  Burkhard Stangl: guitar; Tom Cora: cello; Max Nagl: reeds; Samm Bennett:
  precussion; Thomas Chapin: reeds.

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFR 165 (CD)

  Note: the CD has only 10 tracks, but the booklet mentions a track #11...

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117 - TESTAMENT: A CONDUCTION COLLECTION: Lawrence "Butch" Morris

    1/ Conduction #11, Where Music Goes

    Recorded on December 18, 1988 at The Great American Music Hall, San 
    Francisco, California

  Bruce Ackley: soprano; Dave Barrett: alto; Larry Ochs: sax; Jon Raskin: 
  alto, baritone saxophone; Chris Brown: piano; JA Deane: trombone, electro-
  nics; Jon English: bass; Jon Jang: piano; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar;
  Blk lion: guitar, electronics; Kash Killion: cello; Kaila Flexer: violin;
  Hal Hughes: violin; Willy Winnant: percussion.

    2/ Conduction #15, Where Music Goes II

    Recorded on November 15 & 16, 1989 at the Whitney Museum of American Art,
    New York City

  Arthur Blythe: alto; Thurman Barker: vibes, percussion; Marion Brandis: 
  flute, piccolo; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Curtis Clark: piano; JA Deane:
  trombone, live sampling; Janet Grice: bassoon; Bill Horvitz: electric gui-
  tar; Jason Hwang: violin; Taylor McLean: percussion; Jemeel Moondoc: flute;
  Zeena Parkins: harp; Brandon Ross: acoustic guitar.

    3/ Conduction #22, Documenta: Gloves & Mitts

    Recorded on June 14, 1992 at Documenta 9, Kassel, Germany

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion; JA Deane: trombone,
  live sampling; Martin Schütz: cello; Günter Müller: drums, electronics.

    4/ Conduction #23, Quinzaine de Montréal

    Recorded April 11, 1992 at The Spectrum, Montreal, Québec
 
  Tristan Honsinger: cello; Martin Schütz: cello; Eric Longsworth: cello;
  Michelle Kinney: broom-cello; Ken Butler: broom-cello; Helmut Lipsky: 
  violin; JA Deane: trombone, live sampling; Guillaume Dostaler: piano; Mike
  Milligan: bass; Pierre Dube: vibes.

    5/ Conduction #25, The Akbank Conduction
    6/ Conduction #26, Akbank II

    (5) recorded on October 16, 1992 in Istanbul, Turkey
    (6) recorded on October 17, 1992 in Istanbul, Turkey

  The Suleyman Erguner Ensemble: Hasan Esen: kemence; Mehmet Emin Bitmez: ud; 
  Goksel Baktagir: kanun; Suleyman Erguner: ney; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion;
  Bryan Carrott: vibes; JA Deane: trombone, live sampling; Elizabeth Panzer:
  harp; Brandon Ross: acoustic guitar; Steve Colson: piano; Hugh Ragin: pocket
  trumpet;

    7/ Conduction #28, Cherry Blossom

    Recorded on March 28, 1993 at P3 Art and Environment, Tokyo, Japan

  Yukihiro Isso: nokan; Shonosuke Okura: ohtsuzumi; Makiko Sakurai: shomyo,
  music box; Michihiro Sato: tugaru syamisen; Kizan Daiyoshi: shakuhachi; Yuji
  Katsui: violin; Haruna Miyake: piano; Asuka Kaneko: voice; Shuichi Chino:
  computer; Koichi Makigami: voice; Yoshihide Otomo: turntables, CD player;
  Kazutoki Umezu: bass clarinet; Sachiko Nagata: percussion; Motoharu 
  Yoshizawa: electric bass; Kazuo Oono: Butoh dance; Kouichi Tamano: Butoh
  dance.

    8/ Conduction #31

    Recorded on May 16, 1993 at the Angelica Festival of International Music, 
    Bologna, Italy

  Dietmar Diesner: soprano; Peter Kowald: bass; Wolter Wierbos: trombone;
  Steve Beresford: piano; Hans Reichel: guitar; Tom Cora: cello; Han Bennink:
  drums; Catherine Jauniaux: voice; Ikue Mori: drum machines.

    9/ Conduction #35, American Connection 4
    10/ Conduction #36, American Connection 4

    (9) recorded on May 26, 1993 at Antwerp, Belgium
    (10) recorded on May 27, 1993 at Amsterdam, Holland

  The Maarten Altena Ensemble: Maarten Altena: bass; Michael Barker: recorder,
  blockflutes; Peter van Bergen: bass clarinet, tenor; Wiek Hijmans: guitar;
  Alison Isadora: violin; Jannie Pranger: voice; Michael Vatcher: drums; 
  Wolter Wierbos: trombone; Michiel Scheen: piano.

    11/ Conduction #38, In Freud's Garden

    Recorded on December 11, 1993 at Muffathalle, Germany

  Myra Melford: piano; Zeena Parkins: harp; Bryan Carrott: vibes; Brandon 
  Ross: acoustic guitar; JA Deane: trombone, live sampling; Motoharu 
  Yoshizawa: electric bass; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion; Martin Schütz: cello;
  Tristan Honsinger: cello; Martine Altenburger: cello; Edgar Laubscher:
  electric viola; Hans Koch: clarinet, bass & contrabass clarinets, soprano,
  tenor.

    12/ Conduction #39
    13/ Conduction #40

    (12) recorded on November 11, 1993 at Threadwaxing Space, New York City
    (13) recorded on November 12, 1993 at Threadwaxing Space, New York City

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Elliott Sharp: dobro; Chris Cunningham: gui-
  tar; Gregor Kitzis: violin; Dana Friedli: violin; Jason Hwang: violin; Myra
  Melford: piano; Damon Ra Choice: vibes, percussion; Reggie Nicholson: vibes,
  percussion; Michelle Kinney: cello; Deidre L. Murray: cello; Elizabeth 
  Panzer: harp; William Parker: bass; Mark Helias: bass; Fred Hopkins: bass.

    14/ Conduction #41, New World

    Recorded on February 4, 1994 at New World, Opperman Music Hall, Florida
    State University School of Music

  Jesse Canterbury: clarinet; Mimi Patterson: clarinet; Scott Deeter: sax;
  Philip Gelb: shakuhachi; Gregor Harvey: guitar; Ethan Schaffner: electric
  guitar; Elisabeth King: voice; Daniel Raney: trombone; David Tatro: trombo-
  ne; Michael Titlebaum: alto.

    15/ Conduction #50

    Recored on March 5, 1995 at P3 Art and Environment, Tokyo, Japan

  Asuka Kaneko: electric violin; Kim Dae Hwan: percussion; Haruna Miyake:
  piano; Shonosuke Okura: o-tuzumi; Hikaru Sawai: koto; Yumiko Tanaka: gidayu;
  Yoshihide Otomo: turntables; Michihiro Satoh: tugaru-syamisen; Tomomi 
  Adachi: voice; Keizo Mizoiri: bass; Motoharu Yoshizawa: electric bass; Ayuo
  Takahashi: zheng.

    Produced by J.A. Deane and Butch Morris

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80478-2 (10xCD)

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118 - FIRST DESERTER: Umezu Kazutoki

    1/ Tour Without Passport                    (Umezu)                  3:54
    2/ Used Go-Go                               (Umezu)                  3:05
    3/ Get Away With Murder                     (Umezu)                  1:10
    4/ N'Kakka                                  (Umezu)                  5:36
    5/ Chindou Ariran                           (Umezu)                  3:26
    6/ Rubber Band                              (Umezu)                  6:31
    7/ September First                          (Umezu)                  0:58
    8/ Around The Jazz                          (Umezu)                  4:27
    9/ Thai-suki                                (Umezu)                  4:35
    10/ Person Like Me                          (Umezu)                  6:22
    11/ En Dress                                (Umezu)                  4:58
    12/ Vietnamese Gospel                       (Umezu)                  8:20
    13/ Used Used Go-Go                         (Umezu)                  1:50

    Recorded at GOK Sound, Tokyo, June 27-29 and July 6-8, 1995
    Produced by Umezu Kazutoki

  Umezu Kazutoki: soprano, saxello, alto, baritone saxophone, clarinet, bass
  clarinet, penny whistle, kojok, kehn; Marc Ribot: guitars, alto trumpet;
  Wayne Horvitz: piano, organ, keyboards, kehn; Tom Cora: cello, kehn; Sam
  Bennett, drums, percussion, samples, loops, kehn.

    1995 - Off Note (Japan), ON-7 (CD)
    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 214 (CD)

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119 - LE FEU DU TIGRE: Volapük

    3/ Coca Cola                                (Chenevier)              3:55

    Recorded at Studio des Usines, Neuchatel (Switzerland) in April-May 1995

  Guillaume Saurel: cello; Guigou Chenevier: drums, vocals; Michel Mandel:
  bass clarinet, Casio.

    1995 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 74 (CD)

  Note: (3) was originally composed and performed by Buga Up.
  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.

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120 - UNIVERSONORO VOLUMEN 1: various artists

  This 2xCD set features No Means No (1), Rebelde Rojito (2), Perverted (3),
  Amphetamine Discharge (4), The Killer Barbies (5), Alice Donut (6), Ultra
  Bide (7), Dhu (8), Flag Of Democracy (9), Pleasure Fuckers (10), Sex Museum
  (11), Kozmic Muffin (12), Kactus Jack (13), Model Rockets (14), Los Buges
  (15), Tony Adolescent & ADZ (16), The Busters (17), Kojon Prieto Y Los
  Huajolotes (18), Boikot (19), M.C.D. (20), El Ultimo Ke Zierre (21),
  Cicatriz (22), Heredeiros Da Crus (23), Matando Gratix (24), Animals That
  Swim (25), Hissanol (26), Fred Frith (Skeleton Crew) (27), X.Legged Sally
  (28), Knights Of The Occasional Table (29), A.C. Acoustics (30), The Ex
  (31), Mil Dolores Pequenos (32), Chistian Death (33), Creaming Jesus (34),
  Michael Gira (35), Raeo (36), Pascal Comelade (37), Jakob Draminsky (38),
  Die Knodel (39), Ecodalia (40), Zahava Seewald (41), Chouteira (42), Txakun
  (43).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    27/ The Border                              (FF,TC,ZP,AH)            3:33

    1995 - Boa (Spain), BOA 10307001 us 001 CD/002 CD (2xCD)

  See STEP ACROSS THE BORDER (1990) for further references on (27).

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121 - 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.

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Third Person:

    5/ Moro Reflex                              (Third Person)           3:19

  Tom Cora: cello; Samm Bennett: drums; Kazutoki Umezu: saxophone.

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

  See LUCKY WATER (1995) for further references.

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122 - ALLIES - MUSIC FOR DANCE, VOL. 2: Fred Frith

    1/ Rifka                                                             9:36
    2/ Small Mercy I                                                     4:25
    3/ Nenad                                                             7:52
    4/ A Rock And A Hard Place                                           6:17
    5/ Davor And Dzeneta                                                 6:24
    6/ Small Mercy II                                                    6:02

    Recorded at BC Studios in October 1989, revised at the Fabrik, Munich in
    August 1995

  Fred Frith: bass, guitar, violin, keyboards, drum machine, tape manipula-
  tions; Joey Baron: drums; George Cartwright: alto; Tom Cora: cello.

    1996 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 70 (CD)
    2004 - ReR/Fred Records (UK), ReR FRO07 (CD)

  Note: commissioned by Bebe Miller and Dancers.
  Note: dedicated to Daniel Waldner, "For Daniel, with love and gratitude".

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123 - THE UNTRACEABLE CIGAR: Roof

    1/ The Trace                                (Roof)                   4:59
    2/ Reducing Machine                         (Roof)                   2:01
    3/ Blind Spots                              (Roof)                   5:44
    4/ Janna Lied                               (Roof)                   5:58
    5/ Markarian Waterhole                      (Roof)                   2:29
    6/ The Prince                               (Tom Cora, Paul Haines)  3:47
    7/ Diving Bell                              (Roof)                   9:27
    8/ Sage In Doubt                            (Roof)                   4:57
    9/ The Letter                               (Harry Partch)           3:56
    10/ The Cryptographer's Pigeon              (Roof)                   2:10
    11/ Blackbird                               (Roof)                   2:19

    Recorded and produced by Dolf at the Koeienverhuurbedrijf Studio in
    Purmerland, Netherlands in January and February 1996

  Tom Cora: cello; Luc Ex: bass; Phil Minton: vocals; Michael Vatcher: drums.

    1996 - Red Note (Netherlands), red note 4 (CD)
    1996 - Manifatture Criminali (Germany), BOB101-CD (CD)

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124 - TROIS DOUCES MORCEAUX THREE PIECES SUITE: Lussier, Derome, Cutler

  Suite I:
    1/ Le Lac Gaia                              (Lussier)                0:28
    2/ Menuet #2 (folk version)                 (Lussier)                2:10
    3/ La Police                                (Lussier)                1:28
    4/ Prelude Du #4                            (Cora)                   3:25
    5/ menuet #2 (motown version)               (Lussier)                1:31
    6/ La Minute Du Patron                      (Lussier, Derome, Cutler,
                                                Cora)                    0:59
    7/ Interventions (prelude #2)               (Lussier, Derome, Cutler,
                                                Cora)                    3:48
    8/ International Cruise (Menuet #1)         (Derome, Lussier)        2:33

    No recording information

  Chris Cutler: drums, percussion, electrics; Jean Derome: voices, flutes,
  saxophones, keyboards, game calls, electronics; René Lussier: guitar,
  6-string bass, percussion, whistling, cassettes; Tom Cora: cello.

    1996 - Recommended Records (UK), ReR LCD1 (CD)

  Note: from the film score of "Trois Pommes à Côté Sommeil" directed by
  Jacques Leduc. Production N.F.B. 1987.
  Note: a shorter mix of this suite is featured on PASSED NORMAL VOL. 4
  (1991), but gives 1988 as the recording date.
  Note: most of the compositions were inspired by the suite for unaccompanied
  cello by J.S. Bach.

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125 - COMPILAZOO VOL. 1: various artists

  This record features The Ex (1), Scrooge (2), Kampec Dolores (3), Cornice 
  (4), Rhythm Activism (5), Roof (6), Les Halmas (7), Dragibus (8,9), Donkey 
  (10), Spaceheads (11), God Is My Co-Pilot (12), Badgewearer (13), Uz Jsme 
  Doma (14).
 
  Tom Cora plays on one track with Roof:

    6/ The Other Trace                          (Roof)                   7:30

  Tom Cora: cello; Luc Ex: bass; Michael Vachter: drums, Phil Minton: voice.

    1996 - Zoorganisation (France)/Trottel (Hungary), ZOO1/TR030 (CD)

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126 - HACO: Haco

    1/ UNGUARDED                                (Haco)                   3:03
    2/ GUARDED                                  (Haco)                   1:13
    3/ Would You Like Some Mushrooms?           (Haco)                   5:08
    4/ Sunday Virgins                           (Haco, Bennett)          3:25
    5/ A Fragment                               (Haco)                   5:34
    6/ In A Cold Shower                         (Haco)                   2:24
    7/ Excellent Waves                          (Haco)                   5:32
    8/ The Way Things Go (Golden Baby)          (Haco)                   4:05
    9/ Ice                                      (Haco)                   4:26
    10/ A Habitat                               (Haco)                   4:49
    11/ Oil & Water                             (Haco)                   5:09

    Recorded at Xebec, Kobe
    (4) recorded at Tomandandy Studio, New York City in 1992
    (6) Peter Hollinger recorded in Berlin
    (9) Tom Cora recorded at Cojaux Studio, New York City

  Haco: vocals, portable cassette player (6), feedback noise (6), Jimi Samplix
  (7), Jimi Samplix II (10), electronic tambourine (7), spoons (7), pachinko 
  tape (7), electronic percussion bass (8), warped piano (8), pure- and Pytha-
  gorean-tempered pianos (9), african piano (10); Tsuneo Imahori (1,5,6,8): 
  guitars; Christopher Stephens (2,10): kitty guitar, spoken voices; Hiroshi 
  Nakagawa (3,11): bansuri, tabla, sopranino; Nobuhisa Shimoda (3,5,6,7,8,11):
  percussion, bass, chorus; Samm Bennett (4): percussion, electronic percus-
  sion, samples, squeezy toys and vocal; Kenishi Yao (5): percussion; Peter 
  Hollinger (6): electronic percussion; Tom Cora (9): cello.
  
    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), RER HACO 1 (CD)

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127 - MEMORY & MONEY: Les Sculpteurs de Vinyl

    1/ Disorder of Memory						 2:22
    2/ False Note							 3:49
    3/ House Music							 3:59
    4/ Zapping Opinion							 2:41
    5/ Credit Dance							 2:27
    6/ Broken Clock							 3:26
    7/ Broken Times							 2:41
    8/ Lablx					(Erik M.)		 2:56
    9/ Foreign Exchange Market						 4:21
    10/ The United Nation						 7:14
    11/ Washington Post March			(John R. Sousa)		 2:44
    12/ Defacement of Memory						14:01

    Recorded at La Friche Belle de Mai, Marseille and at the MIMI festival,
    Arles from July 13 to July 25, 1996
    Produced by Ferdinand Richard

  Matsubara Sachiko (1,2,4,6-12): sampler, klaxon, Casiotone; Hassen/DJ Rebel
  (1-5,7-10,12): turntables; Luc/DJ Sky (1-5,7-10,12): turntables; Erik M. (1-
  4,7-10,12): turntables, guitar; Tsunoda Tsuguto (1,10,12): turntables; Otomo
  Yoshihide (1,2,4-12): turntables, drum machine, guitar; Tom Cora (2,9,12):
  cello; Catherine Jauniaux (3,6,9,11,12): voice; Ella Mose Cora (3): voice.

    1997 - Stupeur et Trompette! (France), ST 1012 (CD)

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128 - 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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129 - BILE INFERNO: Iva Bittova, Vladimir Vaclavek

  Disc 1:
    1/ vzpominka                                (IB, VV, Bohuslav Reynek)
    2/ uspavanka                                (IB, VV, Jan Skacel)
    3/ sirka v louzi                            (IB, VV, Bohuslav Reynek)
    4/ sto let                                  (IB, VV, So Pak-Dzu, transl.
                                                Oldrich Vihlidal)
    5/ kdoule                                   (IB, VV, Bohuslav Reynek)
    6/ zeleny vinecek                           (traditional, arr. Bittova)
    7/ moucha                                   (IB, VV, Bohuslav Reynek)
  Disc 2:
    8/ more                                     (IB, VV, Zuzana Rencova)
    9/ stary mlyn                               (Bohuslav Reynek, Vaclavek)
    10/ je tma                                  (IB, VV)
    11/ chury churuj                            (IB, VV)
    12/ zvon                                    (IB, VV)
    13/ huljet                                  (IB, VV, Mordechaj Gebirtig)

    Recorded at Studio V Zvuk Ivo Viktorin, Zlin in March-June 1997
    Produced by Iva Bittova

  Iva Bittova (1-3,5-8,10-13): vocals, violin, viola, stamping, kalimba, toys,
  waterphone, castanets, door, coral beads, african harp; Vladimir Vaclavek 
  (1-5,7-9,11-13): guitar, vocals, percussion, timpani, sachse, drum, mandoli-
  ne, bells; Ida Kelarova (1,6): vocals, piano; Tom Cora (2,5,8): violoncello,
  trousers; Jaromir Honzak (2,4,6): contrabass; Lelka Girls' Choir (2,6,12): 
  Pavlina Alexova, Alzbeta Koudelkova, Tereza Kerndlova, Bara Vetesnikova, 
  Vendula Halouzkova; Frantisek Kucera (4,5,8,11,12): trumpet, ghatam, conch-
  shell, flugelhorn. 

    1997 - Indies Records (Czech Republic), MAM055-2 (2xCD)
    1997 - Indies Records (Czech Republic), MAM055-4 (CT)

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130 - HAIKUS URBAINS: various artists

  This record features compositions (mixes,1-29) and remixes by the same
  artists (31-59) of "more or less one minute" assembled for the show Haikus
  Urbains of Yann Marussich (August 1997).

  This record features Stevie Wishart (1,50), Leonid Soybelman (2,43), Haco
  (3,31), KA (4,49), Pierre Bastien (5,33), Jean-20 Huguenin (6,58), Saadet 
  (7,53), Bratko Bibic (8,40), Domique Regef (9,48), Fred Frith (10,34), Tony
  Buck (11,46), Claude Jordan (12,55), Franz Treichler (13,32), Tatsuya
  Yoshida (14,37), Carlos Zingaro (15,41), Spaceheads (16,35), Eric Rosenzveig
  (17,59), Luc and Andy (The Ex) (18,39), Iva Bittova (19,47), Frank Pahl (20,
  45), Adrien Kessler (21,44), Han Buhrs (22,36), Pascal Plantinga (23,51),
  Andres Garcia (24,56), Jon Rose (25,57), Denis Rollet (26,42), Otomo
  Yoshihide (27,52), Lars Hollmer (28,38), and Tom Cora (29,54).

  Tom Cora plays on two tracks:

    29/ untitled
    54/ untitled

  Tom Cora: cello.

    1997 - Cave12Disques (Switzerland), C12D02 (CD)

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131 - ETYMOLOGY: Fred Frith, Tom Cora

    1/ 0dB Test Tone A440			(Frith)			 0:32
    2/ Actions (9 samples)			(Frith)			 0:23
    3 / Gestures (11 samples)			(Frith)			 1:53
    4/ Swells (3 samples)			(Frith)			 1:15
    5/ Boiler (3 samples)			(Frith)			 0:42
    6/ Caste Rythm 				(Frith)			 0:08
    7/ Caste Rythm Loops (5 samples)		(Frith)			 0:11
    8/ Gliss Rhythm				(Frith)			 0:08
    9/ Gliss Rythm Loops (2 samples)		(Frith)			 0:09
    10/ Hand Tambour				(Frith)			 0:16
    11/ Hand Tambour Loops (9 samples)		(Frith)			 0:24
    12/ Livid Gaze				(Frith)			 0:13
    13/ Livid Gaze Loops (7 samples)		(Frith)			 0:19
    14/ Percolatte				(Frith)			 0:17
    15/ Percolatte Loops (7 samples)		(Frith)			 0:23
    16/ Pluck Taps				(Frith)			 0:11
    17/ Pluck Tap Loops (2 samples)		(Frith)			 0:11
    18/ Pouncers (2 samples)			(Frith)			 0:16
    19/ Scride					(Frith)			 0:11
    20/ Scride Loops (4 samples)		(Frith)			 0:14
    21/ Slackedback				(Frith)			 0:17
    22/ Slackedback Loops (9 samples)		(Frith)			 0:24
    23/ Stap					(Frith)			 0:23
    24/ Stap Loops (11 samples)			(Frith)			 0:29
    25/ Brush					(Frith)			 0:12
    26/ Brush Loops (5 samples)			(Frith)			 0:16
    27/ Random (3 samples)			(Frith)			 0:52
    28/ Vignettes (6 samples)			(Frith)			 1:55
    29/ Armageddon				(Frith)			 0:28
    30/ Armageddon Cuts (11 samples)		(Frith)			 0:37
    31/ Noxoous					(Frith)			 0:52
    32/ Noxous Loops (9 samples)		(Frith)			 0:56
    33/ Steamleak				(Frith)			 0:16
    34/ Steamleak Loops (13 samples)		(Frith)			 0:28
    35/ Tandrum					(Frith)			 0:48
    36/ Tandrum Loops (6 samples)		(Frith)			 0:51
    37/ 4 Questions				(Skeleton Crew)		 0:08
    38/ 4 Questions Loops (4 samples)		(Skeleton Crew)		 0:11
    39/ Complete Sentence			(Skeleton Crew)		 0:15
    40/ Phrase Loops (7 samples)		(Skeleton Crew)		 0:23
    41/ Data Trash Shuffle			(Skeleton Crew)		 1:26
    42/ Data Trash Loops (21 samples)		(Skeleton Crew)		 1:39
    43/ Lexical Tantrum				(Skeleton Crew)		 0:18
    44/ Lexical Tantrum Loops (8 samples)	(Skeleton Crew)		 0:25
    45/ Line and Shine				(Skeleton Crew)		 0:21
    46/ Line and Shine Loops (7 samples)	(Skeleton Crew)		 0:26
    47/ Parsing Reel				(Skeleton Crew)		 0:33
    48/ Parsing Reel Loops (9 samples)		(Skeleton Crew)		 0:41
    49/ Phonology				(Skeleton Crew)		 0:18
    50/ Phonology Loops (2 samples)		(Skeleton Crew)		 0:18
    51/ Whistler's Other			(Skeleton Crew)		 0:49
    52/ Whistler's Other Loops (5 samples)	(Skeleton Crew)		 0:53
    53/ X-Bar Theory				(Skeleton Crew)		 0:33
    54/ X-Bar Theory Loops (11 samples)		(Skeleton Crew)		 0:35
    55/ Actions (4 samples)			(Cora)			 0:24
    56/ Axons (10 samples)			(Cora)			 0:29
    57/ Diphtongs (8 samples)			(Cora)			 0:40
    58/ Gyri (4 samples)			(Cora)			 0:32
    59/ Neural Chumps (7 samples)		(Cora)			 0:27
    60/ Scritch (5 samples)			(Cora)			 0:20
    61/ Snattre (5 samples)			(Cora)			 0:21
    62/ Adage A					(Cora)			 0:52
    63/ Adage A Cuts (9 samples) 		(Cora)			 1:00
    64/ Adage B					(Cora)			 0:28
    65/ Adage B Cuts (6 samples)		(Cora)			 0:33
    66/ Adage C					(Cora)			 0:36
    67/ Adage C Cuts (12 samples)		(Cora)			 0:47
    68/ Adage Coda				(Cora)			 0:25
    69/ Adage Coda Cuts (13 samples)		(Cora)			 0:37
    70/ Adage D					(Cora)			 0:22
    71/ Adage D Cuts (7 samples)		(Cora)			 0:28
    72/ Laryngio (5 samples)			(Cora)			 0:27
    73/ Patterns (8 samples)			(Cora)			 0:38
    74/ Statements (4 samples)			(Cora)			 0:41
    75/ Quarter Loner (2 samples)		(Cora)			 0:56
    76/ Bassis (10 samples)			(Cora)			 0:53
    77/ The Bends 1 (10 samples)		(Cora)			 0:38
    78/ The Bends 2 (11 samples)		(Cora)			 0:47
    79/ Crackles & Rips (11 samples)		(Cora)			 0:26
    80/ Creaks (4 samples)			(Cora)			 0:09
    81/ Friction (10 samples)			(Cora)			 0:31
    82/ Industrial (3 samples)			(Cora)			 0:14
    83/ Scrapes (4 samples)			(Cora)			 0:24
    84/ Scrawls/Scratches (13 samples)		(Cora)			 0:43
    85/ Percussive (14 samples)			(Cora)			 0:24
    86/ Bounces (4 samples)			(Cora)			 0:20
    87/ Chordal (9 samples)			(Cora)			 0:28
    88/ Flutterance (10 samples)		(Cora)			 0:37
    89/ Tonal (21 samples)			(Cora)			 1:16
    90/ Vox-like (10 samples)			(Cora)			 0:22
    91/ Dissonance (7 samples)			(Cora)			 0:25
    92/ High (4 samples)			(Cora)			 0:18
    93/ Metallic (12 samples)			(Cora)			 0:39
    94/ Rosin Haw (12 samples)			(Cora)			 0:36
    95/ Overtones (12 samples)			(Cora)			 0:40

    Recorded at the Koeinverhuurbdrijf Studio, Purmerland (Netherlands) during
    Fall 1995

    Produced by Tom Dimuzio

  Fred Frith (1-54): guitar, electromagnetic translations; Tom Cora (37-95):
  cello, cello resonated objects.

    1997 - Rarefaction (USA), RF13 (CD)
    1997 - Rarefaction (USA), RF12 (CD-ROM)

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132 - MORE SPOOT + SALVATORE: Amy Denio

    ?/ What Is Free To A Good Home              (Denio, Paul Haines)

    1998 (?) - More Music (Italy), MOMUS006 (2xCD)

  See A BEAUTIFUL WESTERN SADDLE (1993) for further references.

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133 - RESONANCE - COOL IN THE SPOOL: various artists

  This record features U Brown/King Tubby, Roof, John Butcher, John Wynne,
  John Wall, Ralf Wehofsky, Thomas Koner/Max Eastley, Kaffe Matthews, Pita,
  D, Ground-Zero vs Xentos.

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Roof:

    2/ The Prince (live)                                                 4:58

    Recorded during the LMC Festival, London in 1997

    1998 - Resonance (UK), Res 6.2 CD (magazine+CD)

  Note: the magazine contains an obituary of Tom Cora: OBITUARY Tom Cora, pp.
  55-56 by Ed Baxter.

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134 - CHADBOURNE & ZORN 1977-1981: Eugene Chadbourne, John Zorn

    1/ The Viaduct				(Chadbourne)		 9:20
    2/ Welcome West 				(Chadbourne)		14:13
    3/ The Double AA				(Chadbourne)		 5:23
    4/ The English Channel (new mix)		(Chadbourne)		 8:56
    5/ W Va Spec (newly done version)		(Chadbourne)		 5:34

    (1) recorded at KVDS Station, Davis (California) during Winter 1977-78
    (2) recorded at WCKR, New York on March 20, 1978
    (3) recorded at Pangea Club during Winter 1977-78 (probably the week after
    track (2))
    (4) recorded at Dick Charles Recording, New York in June 1979, and at 
    Aycock Auditorium, Greensboro in April 1987
    (5) recorded at Kent State, Ohio in 1981, plus additional Zorn recordings
    from Chadbourne's collection
    Produced by Eugene Chadbourne

  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric guitars, personal effects, dobro;
  John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, game calls; Polly Bradfield (2,4): 
  violin, viola, prepared violin; La Donna Smith (4): violin; Jim Katzin (4):
  violin; Tom Cora (4,5): cello; Wayne Horvitz (4): keyboard, bass; Mark 
  Kramer (4,5): cheap organ, tapes; Andrea Centazzo (4): drums; David Licht 
  (4,5): drums, percussion; Dennis Licht (4): congas, percussion; Tom Shephard
  (4): home-made electric bass; Steve Beresford (4): keyboard, euphonium, toy
  piano, toy drums; Toshinori Kondo (4): trumpet, euphonium; Lesli Dalaba (4):
  trumpet; David Doyle (4): French horn; Byron Haskins (4): clarinet; Fred 
  Frith (4): electric guitar; Davey Williams (4): electric guitar.

    1998 - Materiali Sonori (Italy), 12957 06983 (book+CD)

  See THE GREAT DUO LIVE (1984) for further references on (1).
  See SCHOOL (1978) for further references on (2).

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135 - USA CONCERTS EAST: Polly Bradfield, Andrea Centazzo, Eugene Chadbourne, 
  Tom Cora, Toshinori Kondo, LaDonna Smith, Davey Williams, Jack Wright, John
  Zorn

    1/ Sextet Improvisation                              		 4:07
    2/ Duet Improvisation #1                             		 5:42
    3/ Clangs                                            		 6:56
    4/ Obsession One                                     		 5:33
    5/ Obsession Two                                     		 4:45
    6/ Trio Improvisation                                		 9:11
    7/ Duet Improvisation #4                             		 5:04
    8/ Duet Improvisation #5                             		 4:15
    9/ Duet Improvisation #6                             		 4:28

    (1,2) recorded live at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 7,
    1978
    (3) recorded live at Zoo Place, New York City on June 20, 1979
    (4) recorded live at Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (NY) in December
    1980
    (5) recorded live at No Wall, Bologna (Italy) in April 1985 or 1986
    (6,9) recorded live in concert at Mc Clung Gallery, Jackson Mississippi on
    November 19, 1978
    (7) recorded at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 28, 1978
    (8) recorded live in concert at Ferg Forum, University of Alabama, 
    Tuscaloosa, on November 17, 1978

  Toshinori Kondo (1,3,7): trumpet; Eugene Chadbourne (1-3): acoustic and 
  electric guitars; John Zorn (1): reeds; Polly Bradfield (1): violin; Tom 
  Cora (1,4): cello; Jack Wright (5): alto; Andrea Centazzo: percussion; 
  LaDonna Smith (6,9): violin, viola, voice; Davey Williams (6,8): electric 
  guitar, banjo.

    1999 - Robi Droli (Italy), RDC 5044 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue lacks the third track of the LP pressing, but it adds
  three unreleased tracks (3-5).

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136 - TRACE: Roof

    1/ Trace                                    (Roof)                   7:28
    2/ Halts                                    (Roof, Paul Haines)      7:16
    3/ A Plinth                                 (Roof)                   0:39
    4/ Buda Buda                                (Roof)                   2:42
    5/ Spit pedro                               (Roof, Lou Glanfield)    8:02
    6/ Janna Li(v)e                             (Roof)                   7:49
    7/ Magnifique                               (Roof)                   4:28
    8/ Glory too                                (Roof)                   3:06
    9/ Blind spots                              (Roof)                   4:22

    (1,5,7) recorded live at Bimhuis, Amsterdam on June 21, 1997
    (1-6,8,9) intro recorded live at Lagerhaus, Bremen on June 25, 1997

  Tom Cora: cello; Michael Vatcher: drums; Phil Minton: vocals; Luc Ex: acous-
  tic bass.

    1999 - Red Note (Netherlands), red note cat. no 7 (CD)

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137 - GREATEST HITS: Amy Denio

    1/ (When George Bush Was Head Of The) C.I.A (Denio)                  4:18
    2/ Secret Crush                             (Denio)                  3:58
    3/ Brave It                                 (Denio)                  4:34
    4/ Traffic Island Psycho                    (Denio)                  3:42
    5/ What Is Free To A Good Home              (Denio, Paul Haines)     5:01
    6/ Exiles                                   (Denio)                  4:47
    7/ Birthing Chair Blues                     (Denio)                  4:42
    8/ Czechered Pyjamas                        (Denio)                  4:19
    9/ Sit Still                                (Denio)                  3:03
    10/ Salvatore                               (Chip Doring, Denio)     4:32 
    11/ Dishwasher                              (Denio)                  4:08
    12/ Psycho Marlboro                         (Denio)                  1:05
    13/ Air Drone                               (Denio)                  4:33
    14/ Axis                                    (Denio, Cutler, Gysi)    5:07
    15/ Funeral Music                           (Denio)                  3:40
    16/ You Never Call Me Anymore               (Denio)                  3:40
    17/ Hey Hey #3                              (Denio)                  0:34
    18/ Les Sons Se Repondent                   (Denio, Gysi)            3:34
    19/ Ambaraba Ci Ci Co Co                    (Denio)                  2:35
    
  Amy Denio: bass, voice, guitars, alto, percussion, acordion; Fred Chalenor
  (1-4): bass, percussion; Will Dowd (1,14,16): drums; Matt Cameron (3):
  drums, voice; George Cartwright (5): tenor, voice; Tom Cora (5): cello,
  voice; Anne Rupel (5): bass, voice; Davey Williams (5): guitar, voice;
  Pippin Barnett (5): drums, voice; Wädi Gysi (10,14,16,18): guitars; Chris
  Cutler (10): drums, percussion, electronics; Barbara J. Marino (13): barito-
  ne saxophone; Jessica Lurie (13): alto; Marjorie de Muynck (13): tenor; Pam
  Barger (13): drums; Michael Gerber (14,16): bass, voice; Dennis Gunn (15):
  banjo, hand claps; Honda Tatsuya (15): bass; Hoppy Kamiyama (15): organ,
  tapes, el. trombone; Tada Makio (15): drums, hand claps; Jeroen Visser (18):
  organ, voice; Fredi Flükiger (18): drums; Cathi Aglibut (19): viola;
  Alexandra Dienz (19): hammer dulcimer; Christoph Dienz (19): bassoon; Julia
  Fiegl (19): violin; Margreth Köll (19): harp; Andreas Lackner (19): bass;
  Michael Öttl (19): guitar; Walter Seebacher (19): clarinet; Jeanette
  d'Armand (19): voice; William Dean (19): voice; Jenn Brandon (19): voice.

    1999 - Unit Circle Rekkids (USA), tUC060 (CD)

  See A BEAUTIFUL WESTERN SADDLE (1993) for further references on (5).

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138 - HALLELUJAH, ANYWAY - REMEMBERING TOM CORA: Tom Cora and various artists

  Disc 1:
    1/ Cuimhnean Phiobair                       (Sean Potts)             1:47
    2/ The Gospel Of Gone                       (Cora)                   3:21
    3/ Halts                                    (Roof, Paul Haines)      5:11
    4/ Talking To The Tree                      (Frith, Jauniaux)        2:58
    5/ Saint Dog                                (Cora)                   6:55
    6/ Seafaring                                (Denio, Visser)          4:50
    7/ Two-Day 'Til Tomorrow                    (Cora)                   1:14
    8/ In Memory Of                             (Bennett, Haruna)        4:36
    9/ Jim                                      (Cora)                   3:48
    10/ Just A Dream                            (Kraabel, Edwards)       3:23
    11/ Today                                   (Cochrane)               2:16
    12/ Marseille Shout                         (Oriental Fusion)        4:02
    13/ Love, Love, Love                        (Horvitz)                2:16
    14/ Casey R.                                (Cora, Frith, Zorn)      3:29
    15/ Weaklings                               (Third Person)           3:53
    16/ Der Glater Bulgar                       (Dave Tarras)            5:06
    17/ The President Of The United States      (TC,LS,RT,CZ)            3:16
    18/ Light Sentence                          (Cora)                   2:35
    19/ The Week Tom Died                       (Azam)                   5:00
    20/ There Will Be A Happy Meeting           (traditional)            2:53
  Disc 2:
    21/ The Flute's Tale                        (The EX, Cora)           4:38
    22/ Burning Hoop                            (Cora)                   3:01
    23/ Pitter Patter Panther                   (collective)             2:16
    24/ Tomcat                                  (Masaoka, Ochs, Ostertag)5:08
    25/ Tom Wood                                (Hemingway)              4:42
    26/ Mr. TC                                  (Sharp, Uitti)           5:24
    27/ Jelly Roll Stomp                        (Jelly Roll Morton)      3:12
    28/ Fence                                   (Parkins)                1:54
    29/ Vepiranka                               (Bittova, Cora)          3:24
    30/ Intenda                                 (Cora)                   5:00
    31/ Tromba Marina A Cora                    (Collins)                2:10
    32/ Hoppas Att Det Gar/Total Preparation    (Hollmer, Cora, Combo)   5:09
    33/ Yellow Smile                            (Rowe)                   3:12
    34/ Two Days 'Til Tomorrow                  (Cora)                   5:09
    35/ Jesus Speak To Me                       (traditional)            1:27
    36/ Radiotraces                             (Cora proc. by Dimuzio)  5:12
    37/ One More Time                           (Cora, Cutler, Frith)    3:12
    38/ Tom's Lament                            (Kramer)                 4:24
    39/ Zach's Flag                             (Cora)                   3:04

    (1) recorded at the corner church in June 1998
    (2) recorded on the street in Tokyo in September 1998
    (3) recorded at Lagerhaus, Bremen in June 1997
    (4) recorded at the Tom Cora Memorial Concert in May 1998
    (5) recorded at Water Music, Hoboken in November 1990
    (6) recorded at Fish Made Studio, Zürich and Bendy Thing & Spaciouser
    Spoot Studios, Seattle
    (7,18) recorded at Bisi Studio, Brooklyn during Summer 1983
    (8) recorded at Mescaluna, Nishinomiya & Polarity, Tokyo in November 1998
    (9) recorded at Sound of Music Studios, Richmond (VA)
    (10) no recording information
    (11) recorded at Noise, New York in 1987
    (12) recorded at Studio Cactus, Marseille in September 1997
    (13) recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle in November 1998
    (14) recorded at WKCR-FM, New York in April 1983
    (15) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City in 1990
    (16) recorded at G.O.K. Sound, Tokyo during Summer 1995
    (17) recorded live at Bard College in May 1993
    (19) recorded at Thierry Azam's home in April 1998
    (20,22) recorded at Harold Dessau Studio, New York in 1990
    (21) recorded live on VPRO Radio 3, La Stampa in August 1991
    (23) recorded live in Ohio around 1981
    (24) recorded at Division Studio, San Francisco in September 1998
    (25) recorded at Roulette, New York City in November 1998
    (26) recorded live in Amsterdam in 1998
    (27) recorded at CBGB's, New York City in April 1985
    (28) recorded at 6/8 Studios, New York in February 1997
    (29) recorded at Studio V-Zlin in May 1997
    (30) recorded at Studio CCAM, Vand'Oeuvre-les-Nancy in 1989
    (31) no recording information
    (32) recorded at Manda-la 2, Tokyo in March 1989
    (33) recorded in 1998
    (34) recorded in 1996-1998
    (35) recorded in June 1998
    (36) no recording information
    (37) recorded live at Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers in March 1998
    (38) recorded at Virginia's during Christmas 1998
    (39) recorded at Sunrise, Switzerland during Christmas 1983
    Produced by Fred Frith and Peter Hardt

  Tom Cora (3,5,7,12,14,15,17,18,20-23,27,29,30,32,34,37,39): cello, accor-
  dions, voice; Lesli Dalaba (1): trumpet; Umezu Kazutoki (2): alto; Nakao
  Kanji (2): soprano; Hayashi Eiichi (2): alto; Tada Yoko (2): alto; Katayama
  Hiroaki (2): tenor; Nomoto Kazuhiro (2): baritone saxophone; Shimizu Kazuto
  (2): bass clarinet; Ohara Yutaka (2): trombone; Sekijima Takerou (2): tuba;
  Kondo Tatsuo (2): accordion; Keichi (2): percussion; Phil Minton (3): voice;
  Luc Ex (3,21): bass; Michael Vatcher (3): drums; Fred Frith (4,14,18,27,37,
  39): guitar, home-made instruments, bass; Catherine Jauniaux (4): voice;
  Pippin Barnett (5,9): drums; George Cartwright (5,18): saxophones; Ann Rupel
  (5): bass; Davey Williams (5): guitar; Amy Denio (6): voice, percussion,
  guitar, alto, piano innards, text; Jeroen Visser (6): collage, mastering;
  Samm Bennett (8,15): drums, samples; Ito Haruna (8); Barry Bless (9): accor-
  dion; Danny Finny (9): tenor; Robbie Kinter (9): percussion, keyboard;
  George Lowe (9): bass clarinet; Dave Yohe (9): bass; Caroline Kraabel (10):
  saxophone; John Edwards (10): bass; Chris Cochrane (11): voice; Zeena
  Parkins (11,27,28): piano; Hakim Hamadouche (12): lute, voice; Edmond
  Hosdikian (12): alto; Barre Phillips (12): bass; Ahmed Compaore (12): drums;
  Wayne Horvitz (13): piano; John Zorn (14,23): alto, game calls, mouthpieces,
  soprano, clarinet; Marc Ribot (15): guitar; Takeda Kenichi (16): taisho-
  koto; Okuma Wataru (16,32): clarinet, chorus, piano; Iwate Hiroshi (16):
  saxophone; Chino Shuichi (16): keyboard; Koyama Tetsuto (16): bass; Nakao
  Kanji (16): drums; Kasuga Hirobumi (16): guitar; Leo Smith (17): trumpet,
  small instruments; Richard Teitelbaum (17): synthesizer; Carlos Zingaro
  (17): violin; Mark Howell (18): guitar; Rick Brown (18): drums; Thierry
  Azam (19): all instruments; Terrie Ex (21): guitar; Andy Ex (21): guitar;
  Katrin Ex (21): drums; G.W. Sok (21): vocals; Eugene Chadbourne (23): gui-
  tar, voice, tape effects; David Licht (23): drums; Kramer (23,38): cheap
  organ, voice, all instruments (on (38)); Miya Masaoka (24): koto; Larry Ochs
  (24): tenor; Bob Ostertag (24): samples; Gerry Hemingway (25): percussion;
  Elliott Sharp (26): guitar; Frances-Marie Uitti (26): cello; Sara Parkins
  (28): violin; Margaret Parkins (28): cello; Iva Bittova (29): violin, voice;
  Momo Rossel (30): guitar; Bratko Bibic (30): accordion; Jean-Vin Huguenin
  (30): bass; Nicolas Collins (31): backwards electric guitar; Rorie (32):
  chorus, marimba; Kimura Shinya (32): drums; Shinoda Masami (32): baritone
  saxophone; Nishimura Takuya (32): bass; Hahn Rowe (33): all instruments;
  Wolfgang Mitterer (34): piano, prepared piano; Tyson Rogers (35): piano;
  Thomas Dimuzio (36): digital editing and processing; Chris Cutler (37):
  drums, processing; Tess (38): voice.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7602 (2xCD)

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139 - EN ECRAN LA MUSIQUE !: Pierre Boespflug

    1/ Intro                                    (Boespflug)              1:16
    2/ La Valse Du Cameraman                    (Boespflug)              6:18
    3/ Sally                                    (Boespflug)              3:49
    4/ Plus Vite !                              (Boespflug)              1:57
    5/ Etude Serieuse                           (Boespflug)              3:39
    6/ La Guerre Des Tongs                      (Boespflug)              4:06
    7/ L'Abandon                                (Boespflug)              2:14
    8/ Le Cameraman                             (Boespflug)              2:03
    9/ Le Complet Blanc                         (Boespflug)              4:00
    10/ L'Attente                               (Boespflug)              3:17
    11/ Willy                                   (Boespflug)              1:41
    12/ Willy Cherche Kitty                     (Boespflug)              3:12
    13/ Le Blues Du Prisonnier                  (Boespflug)              2:58
    14/ Sons Dessus Dessous                     (Boespflug)              5:46
    15/ Steamboat                               (Boespflug)              1:49
    16/ Kitty                                   (Boespflug)              1:26

    (1-8) recorded at CCAM, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy on February 11-12, 1999
    (9) recorded at Cactus Studio, Marseille on December 1997
    (10-16) recorded at CCAM, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy on November 20, 1998

  Pierre Boespflug (1-15): piano; Frank Collot (1-8): bass clarinet; François
  Guell (1-8): alto; Tom Cora (9): cello; Eric Echampard (10-16): drums;
  Louis-Michel Marion (10-16): double bass.

    1999 (?) - Emil 13 (France), PB99 (CD)

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140 - IT'S A BRAND NEW DAY - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY: Tom Cora

    1/ Passing                                                           4:31
    2/ High Sidewalk                                                     4:33
    3/ Andy's Fault                                                      8:23
    4/ Les Instants Chavirés                                             7:49
    5/ Saint Dog                                                         7:35
    6/ Elia's Hubcaps                                                   18:05
    7/ Ce Grand Neant                                                    8:23
    8/ Hey, My Mosey Mose                                                2:02

    (1,7) recorded live at the Knitting Factory on January 13, 1994
    (2) recorded live at the Knitting Factory on January 3, 1989
    (3) recorded live at the Knitting Factory on April 14, 1996
    (4) recorded live at the Knitting Factory on January 2, 1989
    (5) recorded live at the Knitting Factory on June 20, 1995
    (6) recorded live at the Knitting Factory on October 11, 1989
    (8) recorded live at the Knitting Factory on February 12, 1991

  Tom Cora: cello, electronics; Catherine Jauniaux (1,7): vocals; Mark Dresser
  (1,7): bass; Hahn Rowe (1,7): violin, viola; Pippin Barnett (1,3,5,7):
  drums; George Cartwright (2): alto; Samm Bennett (2): drums; Don Byron (3):
  clarinet; Zeena Parkins (3,5): piano; Ann Rupel (3,5): bass; Wayne Horvitz
  (4): piano, electronics; Dave Douglas (5): trumpet; Fred Frith (6): guitar.

    2000 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFW-271 (CD)

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141 - LSDC&W - THE AMAZING STORY OF THE CHADBOURNES: Eugene Chadbourne

  Disc 1:
    1/ Take This Job And Shove It   		(David Allan Coe) 	 4:06
    2/ Crazy For Being So Lonely (?)            (???)			 4:26
    3/ Somethin' Else                           (Eddie Cochran)		 6:55
       Down At The Corner At A Bar Named Kelly's(Johnny Paycheck)
    4/ Hurry Home Darlin'                       (McGee)			 7:03
    5/ Nobody's Lonesome For Me                 (Hank Williams)		 3:45
    6/ (musician presentation)						 0:38
    7/ Tom Cat's Kitten                         (McGee)			 8:11
       Eating Out Of Your Hand                  (McGee)
    8/ Move It On Over                          (Hank Williams)		 4:56
       Moaning The Blues                        (Merle Haggard)
    9/ Pitter Patter Panther                    (Duke Ellington)	 9:18
       In The Night                             (Professor Longhair)
    10/ I've Just Seen A Face                   (Lennon, McCartney) 	10:45
        Birthday                                (Lennon, McCartney)
        Octopus' Garden                         (Ringo Starr)
    11/ Gotta Get Drunk                         (Willie Nelson)		 4:27
    12/ Taxman                                  (Lennon, McCartney)	 2:30
  Disc 2:
    13/ I'm The Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised   (Bobby Braddock)	 5:24
    14/ W Va Spec                               (Chadbourne)		 4:06
    15/ Reincarnation                           (Lord Kitchener)	 4:08
    16/ If I'm Gonna Sink                       (Johnny Paycheck)	 5:10
    17/ Hurry Home Darlin'                      (McGee) 		 4:12
    18/ Day Tripper                             (Lennon, McCartney)	 3:35
    19/ Tennessee Flattop Box                   (Johnny Cash)		 3:49
    20/ Burma Shave                             (Roger Miller)		 2:33
    21/ Dixie Fried                             (Carl Perkins)		 5:07
    22/ Wine Me Up                              (Faron Young)		 1:49
    23/ This Town                               (Roger Miller)		 5:36
        Kansas City Star                        (Roger Miller)
    24/ Bluegrass Breakdown                     (Bill Monroe)		 6:59
        Bound To Ride                           (trad.)
    25/ Glad All Over                           (Carl Perkins)		 2:34
    26/ Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young         (Faron Young)		 2:45
    27/ Wild Horses                             (Jagger, Richards) 	 5:04
    28/ Nobody Loves Me But My Mother           (B. B. King) 		 3:41
  
    (1-7) recorded live at Murphy's, Greensboro (?) in February 1981
    (8-17) recorded live in Cincinatti during Spring 1981
    (18-23) recorded in Shrank's Studio during Summer 1981 (?)
    (24-26) recorded live at the Chukker during Summer 1981 (?)

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, vocals; David Licht (1-26): drums; Tom Cora (1-
  26): cello; Kramer (1-17): organ; John Zorn (8-17): alto, soprano, clarinet,
  game calls; Scott Manring (18): lap steel guitar; David Doyle (27): mando-
  lin; Gilfred Lee Fray (27): piano; Buzz Newburgh (27): mandolin; Bunk 
  Newburgh (27): guitar; Doug Henderson (27): guitar; Eddie van Halen (27): 
  guitar; David Nikias (28): garbage; Murray Reams (28): drum set, turntable;
  "Loretta Lynn/Grace Slick" (28): uninvited vocals.

    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980B (2xCD)

  Note: some songs were also released in previous versions of LSDC&W; the 
  length of the songs vary and some are clearly from different performances
  and apparently feature different musicians.
  Note; there are no credits for songs (17,27,28).

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142 - KITCHEN CONCERT: The Chadbournes

    1/ Love's Not For Me                    	(Carl Perkins)		 3:13
    2/ Live Fast Love Hard Die Young            (Faron Young)		 5:08
    3/ The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me          (Roger Miller) 		14:31
       Blues Come Around                        (Hank Williams)
       The Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised        (Bobby Braddock)
       W VA Spec                                (Chadbourne)
    4/ Bound To Ride                            (trad.) 		10:55
       Starting Over                            (John Lennon)
       I've Just Seen A Face                    (Lennon, McCartney)
    5/ Move It On Over                          (Hank Williams)		 5:56
    6/ Gone Gone Gone                           (Carl Perkins) 		16:50
       I'm A Loser                              (Lennon, McCartney)
       Funny How Time Slips Away                (Willie Nelson)

    Recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City in September 1981

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; David Licht: drums; Tom Cora: cello; Kramer:
  cheap organ; John Zorn: Bb clarinet, alto, soprano, game calls.

    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1981B (CD)
    2006 - House of Chadula (USA), 1981B (CD)

  Note: the recording date comes from Eugene Chadbourne (personal communica-
  tion with Stéphane Vuilleumier); the song credits are Stéphane Vuilleumier's
  guess; track durations are taken from CD reading.
  Note: "The Only Hell..." is credited either to Bobby Braddock or Vickers/
  Kemp/Borcher in other EC releases.
  Note: the 2006 reissue is called TORTURE IN THE EIGHTIES: THE LSDC&W KITCHEN 
  CONCERT.

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143 - THE LONG VACATION: LIVE! 1988-1989: Pidgin Combo

    1/ Solo                                     (Cora)                   3:26
    2/ Do-Do-Do-Little Song                     (Wataru Ohkuma)          6:33
    3/ Klezmorim                                (Dave Tarras, arr. Cora) 3:58
    4/ The Hard Wood                            (George Cartwright)      7:46
    5/ Total Preparation/Hoppas Att Det Gar (Version '88)
                                                (Cora, Lars Hollmer)     9:06
    6/ Improvisation - Hickwall                 (Cora)                   6:31
    7/ Gym                                      (Cora)                   5:34
    8/ Expert Song                              (Cora)                   4:36
    9/ Total Preparation/Hoppas Att Det Gar (Version '89)
                                                (Cora, Lars Hollmer)     7:45

    (1-5) recorded live at Manda-la 2 on May 3, 1988
    (6-9) recorded live at Manda-la 2 on March 8, 1989

  Tom Cora: cello, vocal; Masami Shinoda: alto, baritone saxophone; Rorie:
  vocal, bass marimba; Wataru Ohkuma: piano, chorus; Takuya Nishimura: bass,
  chorus; Shinya Kimura: drums, soprano.

    2000 - F.M.N. Sound Factory (Japan), FMC-018 (CD)

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144 - THE ENGLISH CHANNEL: Eugene Chadbourne

  The content of this record was edited from two recordings: one done in New
  York City in 1979 (available on the Parachute record 2000 STATUES AND THE 
  ENGLISH CHANNEL), and one from a 1981 live performance in Greensboro.

    1/ Untitled 				(Chadbourne)		74:47

    Recorded at Dick Charles Recording, New York in June 1979 and live in 
    Greensboro in 1981

  Lineup for the 1978 recording in New York City:

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Davey Williams: acoustic and electric guitars;
  Bob Ostertag: Serge synthesizer; Steve Beresford: piano, euphonium, toys; 
  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet, euphonium; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; Mark Kramer: 
  cheap organ, trombone; Charles Verstraeten: trombone; Wayne Horvitz: key-
  board, harmonica, acoustic bass; Evan Gallagher: keyboard, percussion; John
  Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet; Polly Bradfield: violin; LaDonna Smith:
  violin, viola; Jim Katzin: violin; Tom Cora: cello; Andrea Centazzo: percus-
  sion; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, etc.

  Lineup for the 1981 live recording in Greensboro:

  David Licht: drums; Dennis Licht: percussion; Shep the Hep: electric bass;
  Steve Amowitz; David Nikias: percussion, specimen jars; Garry Collins: drum
  set; Seth Dworkin: synthesizer; Byron Haskins: synthesizer; Geoff Fliolo:
  clarinet; Marian Wilson: oboe; Gil Fray: clarinet, alto, voice; Doug Baker:
  guitar; Deborah Ibrahim: violin; Amanda Mason: violin; John Pasquini: vio-
  lin; David Doyle: French horn, classical guitar; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars,
  etc.

    2001 - House of Chadula (USA), 1978A (CD)

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145 - 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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146 - ORIENTAL FUSION: Hakim Hamadouche, Ahmed Compaore, Edmond Hosdikian

    1/ Alexandrie 1954                          (HH,AC,EH)               6:57
    2/ Babord                                   (HH)                     5:18
    3/ Afghan                                   (trad. arr. HH,AC,EH)    3:38
    4/ Ahmed Song                               (HH,AC,EH)               3:16
    5/ Nassim                                   (HH,AC,EH)               6:06
    6/ Errance                                  (HH,EH)                  2:47
    7/ Fel'Canebiere                            (HH,AC,EH)               3:21
    8/ Kamantcha                                (trad. arr. HH,AC,EH)    4:36
    9/ Marseille Shout                          (HH,AC,EH,TC,BP,GO)      7:03

    Recorded at Studio Cactus, Marseille (no recording date)

  Hakim Hamadouche: vocals, mandoluth; Ahmed Compaore: drums; Edmond
  Hosdikian: saxophone, larsenophone; Tom Cora (4,5,9): cello; Barre Phillips
  (4,5,9): bass; Guillaume Orti (9): saxophone; Fred Giuliani (8): sampler.

    2001 - Transes Europeeennes (France), TE025 (CD)

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147 - BEAUTIFUL FRENZY: The Ex

  Movie by Christina Hallstrom and Mandra U. Waback.

    1/ The Sky Is Blue Again
    2/ Bouquet Of Barbed Wire
    3/ Red & Black
    4/ Olympigs
    5/ Bird In The Hand
    6/ Crusoe
    7/ No More Cigars
    8/ King Commie
    9/ Batium
    10/ Crusoe
    11/ Improv
    12/ Hidegen
    13/ Stupid Competitions
    14/ The Flute's Tale
    15/ The Big Black
    16/ Improv A
    17/ Dear House
    18/ New Clear Daze
    19/ Improv B
    20/ Oh Puckerlips Now
    21/ Intro
    22/ Kokend Asfalt
    23/ Improv
    24/ Untitled
    25/ Untitled

    (1) recorded at Groote Keyser, Amsterdam in 1981
    (2) recorded at Paradiso, Amsterdam in 1983
    (3,4) recorded at ACU, Utrecht in 1986
    (5-7) recorded at QM, Glasgow in 1991
    (8-14) recorded at Vera Groningen in 1992
    (15-20) recorded at Bimhuis, Amsterdam in 1993
    (21-23) recorded at the Holland Festival in 2000
    (24) recorded in 1984
    (25) recorded during the The Ex 20th Anniversary Party in Paradiso,
    Amsterdam in 1999

  Luc Ex (3-23): bass; Tom Cora (8-14): cello; Sabien (2,21-23): drums; Katrin
  Ex (3-20): drums, vocals; Terrie Ex (1-24): guitar; Andy Moor (8-20): gui-
  tar; GW Sok (1-24): vocals; Ab Baars (15-20); Han Buhrs (15-20); Michael
  Vatcher (15-20); Wolter Wierbos (15-20); Yoke (21-23).

    2001 - Blowpipe (Netherlands), BP008 (VHS)
    2004 - Blowpipe (Netherlands), BP008 (DVD)

  Note: the DVD reissue has extras.

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148 - AN INTRODUCTION TO CUNEIFORM RECORDS: various artists

  This record features Deus Ex Machina (1), NeBeLNeST (2), Djam Karet (3),
  Univers Zero (4), Brotherhood of Breath (5), The Muffins (6), Proto-Kaw
  (Kansas) (7), Curlew (8,15), Mujician (9), Michael Gulezian (10), Matching
  Mole (11), Soft Machine (12), Miriodor (13), Sotos (14), Dave Kerman/5uu's
  (16), Arkham (17), Richard Pinhas (18).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Curlew:

    15/ Oklahoma                                (Cartwright, Cora)       3:50

    2002 - Cuneiform Records (USA), CUNEIFORM 9002 (CD)

  Note: this compilation is sub-titled "Selections from all of our 2002
  releases and more".

  See NORTH AMERICA (1985) for further references on (15).

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149 - DUOS2: EUROPA AMERICA JAPAN: Peter Kowald With...

    1/ Straight Angel Suite II   		(Parker, Kowald)	 4:50
    2/ He Who Laughs Suite  			(Lee, Kowald)		 4:12
    3/ Electric Fried Rice Field  		(Kondo, Kowald)		 2:53
    4/ Balances & Cloves 			(Hemphill, Kowald)	 4:03
    5/ Wind Feet  				(Matsuda, Kowald)	 4:36
    6/ Throat II 				(Galas, Kowald)		 3:35
    7/ Stein Auf Bein 				(Bauer, Kowald)		 3:58
    8/ Fragments of Burden Of Choise Suite	(Morris, Kowald)	 5:11
    9/ Without The Fat Of Sacrifice  		(Frith, Kowald)		 3:07
    10/ Basic 					(Kono, Kowald)		 4:38
    11/ Serious Fun II 				(Cyrille, Kowald)	 4:34
    12/ Maria's Black 				(Floridis, Kowald)	 4:18
    13/ Regular Informals 			(Sato, Kowald)		 3:13
    14/ Found Bits 				(Bailey, Kowald)	 2:32
    15/ Wind Travel Suite 			(Mazur, Kowald)		 5:40
    16/ Power Without Power I  			(Handa, Kowald)		 7:01
    17/ Bamboo-Iron 				(Toyozumi, Kowald)	 3:28
    18/ And Then You Will See 			(Cora, Kowald)		 3:58

    (1) recorded in Berlin on August 16, 1987
    (2,8,10) recorded in Brooklyn, NNew York on March 31, 1986
    (3) recorded in Tokyo on October 7, 1986
    (4) recorded in Berlin on June 30, 1990
    (5) recorded in Tokyo on December 11, 1986
    (6) recorded in Berlin on March 12, 1986
    (7) recorded in Berlin on August 12, 1987
    (9,11,18) recorded in New York on March 30, 1986
    (12) recorded in Athens, Greece on February 1, 1989
    (13,16,17) recorded in Tokyo on October 23, 1989
    (14) recorded  in Berlin on July 10, 1988
    (15) recorded in Copenhagen on September 29, 1988
    Produced by Peter Kowald & Jost Gebers

  Peter Kowald: double bass; Evan Parker (1): soprano; Jeanne Lee (2): voice;
  Toshinori Kondo (3): trumpet, electronics; Julius Hemphill (4): alto; Seizan
  Matsuda (5): shakuhachi; Diamanda Galas (6): voice; Conrad Bauer (7):
  trombone; Butch Morris (8): cornet; Fred Frith (9): guitar; Masahiko Kono 
  (10): trombone; Andrew Cyrille (11): drums, voice; Floros Floridis (12):
  clarinet; Michihiro Sato (13): shamisen; Derek Bailey (14): guitar; Marilyn
  Mazur (15): percussion; Junko Handa (16): biwa, voice; Yoshisaburo Toyozumi
  (17): drums; Tom Cora (18): cello.

    2003 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 124 (CD)

  Note: all the tracks were previously released in DUOS EUROPA AMERICA JAPAN
  (3xLP box issued in 1992).

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150 - MAGNITUDE 5.4: Ark

    1/ Valse A Onz'Temps                        (P. Boespflug)           7:25
    2/ Petit R                                  (P. Boespflug)           3:23
    3/ Hard Machine                             (P. Boespflug)           6:45
    4/ Untitled Film                            (Tom Cora)               7:00
    5/ Apres La Messe, La Kermesse...           (F. Guell)               8:59
    6/ Mécanique Celeste                        (C. Mariotto)            4:29
    7/ Un Pre Visible (De Loin!)                (Ark)                    4:34
    8/ Spoutnik                                 (P. Boespflug)           4:45
    9/ Danse Poursuite                          (P. Boespflug)           4:50
    10/ Arche                                   (F. Guell)               3:34
    11/ L'Appel Du Ventre                       (Ark)                    4:36
    12/ Electro-Choc Pour Lou                   (C. Mariotto)            1:25

  François Guell: alto; Pierre Boespflug: organ; Christian Mariotto: drums.

    2003 - Night&Day/Charlotte Productions (France), ND 216/CP 206 (CD)

  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.

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151 - SLEW: Thomas Dimuzio

    2/ Radiotraces 				(Dimuzio)		 5:18
 
    2004 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR TD2 (CD)

  See HALLELUJAH, ANYWAY - REMEMBERING TOM CORA (1999) for further references
  on (2).

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152 - TOTO ANGELICA: Alvin Curran

  Alvin Curran; Fred Frith; Tom Cora; Jon Rose; etc.

    2005 - I Dischi Di Angelica (Italy), IDA 020 (CD)

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153 - EXPEDITION 87-04 : Hans Platzgummer

    11/ Sunbeam First Ave                                                1:11

    2005 - Buntspecht (Austria), 79010012 (2xCD)

  See BEYOND IT ALL (????) for further references on (11).

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154 - LEARN TO TALK/THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS: Skeleton Crew

  Disc 1: LEARN TO TALK
    1/                                                                   7:37
      1a/ Que Viva                              (Frith, Cora)
      1b/ Onwards And Upwards                   (Frith, Cora)
    2/ The Way Things Fall (Back Apart)         (TC, FF, Rebby Sharp)    2:32
    3/ Not My Shoes                             (Frith, Cora)            2:15
    4/ The Washington Post                      (Sousa)                  1:30
    5/ We're Still Free                         (Frith, Cora)            4:09
    6/ Victoryville                             (Frith, Cora)            2:49
    7/                                                                   4:35
      7a/ Los Colitos                           (trad.)
      7b/ Life At The Top                       (Frith)
    8/ Learn To Talk                            (Frith, Cora)            3:52
    9/ Factory Song                             (Frith, Cora)            4:48
    10/ It's Fine                               (Frith, Cora)            4:15
    11/ Zach's Flag                             (Cora)                   3:01
    12/ Sick As A Parrott                       (Frith, Cora)            2:57
    13/ Automatic Pilot                         (Frith, Cora)            1:27
    14/ Hook                                    (Frith)                  2:14
    15/ Killing Time                            (Frith, Laswell, Maher)  2:26
  Disc 2: COUNTRY OF BLINDS
    16/ The Country Of Blinds                   (Skeleton Crew, Cora)    4:12
    17/ The Border                              (SC, Anne Hemenway)      3:31
    18/ The Hand That Bites                     (Skeleton Crew, Frith)   5:35
    19/ Dead Sheep                              (SC, Cora, Frith)        3:22
    20/ Bingo                                   (Skeleton Crew, Frith)   3:37
    21/ Man Or Monkey                           (Skeleton Crew, Cutler)  2:32
    22/ Foot In Hole                            (Skeleton Crew)          3:08
    23/ Hot Field                               (Skeleton Crew)          2:37
    24/ The Birds Of Japan                      (Skeleton Crew, Frith)   4:03
    25/ You May Find A Bed                      (SC, Frith, Rebby Sharp) 6:16
    26/ Sparrow Song                            (Frith)                  1:28
    27/ Safety In Numbers                       (Skeleton Crew)          3:17
    28/ Howdywhoola Too                         (Cora)                   2:47
    29/ Second Rate                             (Skeleton Crew)          5:31
    30/ New Orleans Stomp                       (Jerry Roll Morton)      3:14
    31/ Hasta La Victoria                       (Skeleton Crew)          3:23

    (1-5,7-11) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) during
    Christmas and New Year 1983/1984
    (6) recorded live at the Festival International de Musique Actuelle de
    Victoriaville, Canada in 1983 (the additional material heard on this song
    is the result od a malfunctioning tape recorder)
    (8) recorded at WBCN, Québec City
    (12,13) recorded live in Lyon, France in 1984
    (14) recorded live at 24 Rue Dunois, Paris in 1982
    (15) recorded live at Illinois State University, Normal (USA) on November
    4, 1984
    (16-22,24,25) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in
    December 1985/January 1986
    (23) and the last section of (25) recorded live in Reykjavik, Iceland on
    November 4, 1985
    (26,28,29) recorded live during European tour in 1985
    (30) recorded at CBBG, New York in April 1985
    (31) recorded at The Isabella, Toronto (Canada) in 1985
    (1-11) produced by Vogel and Skeleton Crew
    (16-25) produced by Tim Hodgkinson

  Tom Cora: cello, bass guitar, Casio, drums, home-made drums, contraptions,
  vocals, accordion; Fred Frith: guitar, six-string bass, violin, Casio, home-
  mades, piano, drums, vocals; Zeena Parkins (16-31): organ, electric harp,
  accordion, drums, vocals; Robl (7a): extra voices; Lu (7a): extra voices;
  Katrin (7a): extra voices; Dave Newhouse (14): alto, percussion.

    2005 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR FRO 8/9 (2xCD)

  Note: (1-11) were previously released on LEARN TO TALK (1984), (16-25) on
  THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986), (15) on PASSED NORMAL VOL. 4 (1991).
  Note: (7,12-15,26-1) are only available on this 2xCD edition.

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155 - CUNEIFORM RECORDS: various artists

  This audio companion to the November 2005 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ
  features Elton Dean (1), Soft Machine (2), Gary Windo (3,4), John Surman 
  (5), Yo Miles! (6), Graham Collier (7), Brotherhood of Breath (8,9), The 
  Claudia Quintet (10), Mujician (11), The Muffins (12), Hugh Hopper (13), 
  Curlew (14), Nucleus (15). 

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Curlew:

    14/ Let's Sit Right Down/The Passing 	(Curlew)		 4:02

    2005 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1172 (magazine+CD)

  See A BEAUTIFUL WESTERN SADDLE (1993) for further references on (14).

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156 - 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 (Italy), 140 (CD)

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157 - THE NEW US CONCERTS

    1/ Trio West #1                                                     10:42
    2/ Trio West #2                                                      8:13
    3/ Live In Woodstock                                                 5:33
    4/ NY Tapes #1                                                      10:54
    5/ No Wall                                                           4:45
    6/ MC Clung #1                                                       9:11
    7/ MC Clung #2                                                       4:28
    8/ NY Tapes #2                                                       5:42
    9/ Electric Duo                                                      4:15
    10/ West Duo                                                         9:53

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion; John Carter (1,2): clarinet; Vinnie Golia (1,
  2): reeds; Tom Cora (3): cello; Toshinori Kondo (4): trumpet; Jack Wright
  (5): alto; Ladonna Smith (6,7): violin, viola, voice; Dave Williams (6,9):
  guitars, banjo (9); Eugene Chadbourne (8): guitars; Gregg Goodman (10):
  piano.

    2006 - Ictus (Italy), 126 (CD)

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

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158 - THE NY TAPES

    1/ First Environment For Sextet                                     13.23
    2/ NY Duo #1                                                         3.38
    3/ Second Environment For Sextet                                    24.55
    4/ NY Duo # 2                                                        5.32
    5/ NY Sextet Improvisation                                           4.04
    6/ NY Trio                                                           6.57

    Recorded live at WKCR Radio Station, New York City on November 7, 1978
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Polly Bradfield: violin; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars; Tom Cora: cello;  
  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; John Zorn: reeds; Andrea Centazzo: percussion.

    2006 - Ictus (Italy), 127 (CD) 

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

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159 - THE RECOLLECTION: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Sextet-1976 #1                                                    5:05
    2/ Duet-1986 #1                                                      4:10
    3/ Sextet-1976 #2                                                    4:32
    4/ Duet-1986 #2                                                      7:36
    5/ Sextet-1976 #3                                                    9:15
    6/ Duet-1986 #3                                                      7:14
    7/ Duet-1986 #4                                                      3:20
    8/ Duet-1980 #1                                                     21:20
    9/ Duet-1986 #5                                                      3:58

    (1,3,5) recorded in Milan in 1976
    (2,4,6,7,9) recorded in Bologna in 1986
    (8) recorded live in Woodstock (NY) in 1980

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion; Gunther Hampel: bass clarinet, vibes; Frederic
  Rambold (1,3,5): trumpet; Martin Bues (1,3,5): drums; Thomas Kayserling (1,
  3,5): flute; Bruno Tommaso (1,3,5): bass; Carlo Actis Dato (2,4,6,7,9): bass
  clarinet, saxes; Tom Cora (8): cello.

    2006 - Ictus Records (USA), ICTUS 149 (CD)

  Note: the track with Tom Cora likely consists of the last piece and the
  encore of a live performance.

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160 - RER USA - DISK GREEN: various artists

  This record features This Heat (1), After Dinner (2), Stevan Kovacs
  Tickmayer (3), Andy Bole (4), Tod Dockstader/David Lee Myers (5), Slapp
  Happy (6), Kontakt Mikrofoon Orkest (7), Elio Martusciello (8), Kalahari
  Surfers (9), Nikola Kodjabashia (10), Het (11), Charming Hostess (12),
  K-Space (13), Massacre (14), Catherine Jauniaux (15), The Work (16),
  Mnemonists (17), Henry Cow (18), Rieman/Dalaba/Dempster (19), NIMBY (20),
  Michael Vogt (21), Venus Handcuffs (22), Skeleton Crew (23).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    23/ The Border                                                       3:31

    2006 (?) - ReR USA (USA), ??? (CD)

  See THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986) for further references on (23).

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161 - NEW YORK GHETTO FISHMARKET 1903: Ken Jacobs

  Ken Jacobs; Catherine Jauniaux; Tom Cora.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3006 (DVD)

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162 - TESSUTI (PLAYS FRITH & BJÖRK): Paulo Angeli

    1/ La Pianta Del Piede                      (Angeli)                 2:22
    2/ Ahead In The Sand                        (Fred Frith)             7:40
    3/ Unravel                                  (Björk)                  7:03
    4/ The Hand That Bites                      (Frith, Cora, Parkins)   8:24
    5/ Mezzo Passo                              (Angeli)                 2:31
    6/ Lelekovice                               (Fred Frith)             1:55
    7/ Desired Constellation                    (Björk)                  6:05
    8/ Danza Di Un Fermaciuffi                  (Angeli)                 1:55
    9/ One Day                                  (Björk)                  3:52
    10/ Tessuti                                 (Angeli)                 1:47
    11/ Athena Mina                             (Angeli)                 2:43
    12/ Navajo                                  (Fred Frith)             4:38
    13/ In Umido                                (Angeli)                 1:46
    14/ Anchor Song/The Hand That Bites         (Björk/Frith, Cora,
                                                Parkins)                 5:13
    15/ Hyper-Ballad                            (Björk)                  5:05

    Recorded at Castello di Mongiorgio (BO), Italy on May 29-30, 2006
    Produced by Paolo Angeli and Roberto Monari

  Paolo Angeli: prepared Sardinian guitar.

    2007 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR PA 3 (CD)

  Note: Tom Cora does not play on this record.

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163 - 1ST ALBUM + LIVE AT CBGB 1980: Curlew

  Disc 1: 1ST ALBUM
    1/ Panther Burn                             (Cartwright)             6:21
    2/ The Bear                                 (Curlew)                 1:08
    3/ Bitter Thumbs                            (Cartwright)             6:27
    4/ The Victim                               (Cartwright)             1:44
    5/ The Hardwood                             (Cartwright)             5:20
    6/ Sports                                   (Laswell, Cora)          1:48
    7/ Bruno                                    (Curlew)                 1:13
    8/ But Get It                               (Curlew)                 2:37
    9/ Rudders                                  (Cora)                   3:16
    10/ Binoculars                              (Curlew)                 2:56
    11/ The Ole Miss Exercise Song              (Cartwright)             8:43
    12/ Sports 					(Laswell, Cora)          2:04
    13/ Bitter Thumbs 				(Cartwright) 		 6:44
    14/ Intro/The March 			(Cartwright) 		 2:30
    15/ Social Work 				(Skopelitis) 		 4:13
    16/ The Ole Miss Exercise Song 		(Cartwright) 		 9:39
    17/ Panther Burn 				(Cartwright) 		 6:40
  Disc 2: LIVE AT CBGB 1980
    18/ Social Work 				(Skopelitis) 		 2:44
    19/ Panther Burn 				(Cartwright) 		 5:51
    20/ Red Channels 				(Skopelitis) 		 3:39
    21/ Mink's Dream 				(Cartwright) 		 2:47
    22/ Moon Lake 				(Cartwright) 		 3:17
    23/ The Ole Miss Exercise Song 		(Cartwright) 		 7:19
    24/ Sports 					(Laswell, Cora) 	 2:15
    25/ Moon Lake 				(Cartwright) 		 3:32
    26/ Social Work 				(Skopelitis) 		 2:22
    27/ Mink's Dream 				(Cartwright) 		 3:25
    28/ The Hardwood 				(Cartwright) 		 6:39
    29/ Red Channels 				(Skopelitis) 		 3:18
    30/ The Ole Miss Exercise Song 		(Cartwright) 		 8:39

    (1-4,6-8,10,11) recorded at The Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (New 
    York) from February 29 to March 2, 1980
    (5,9,12-17) recorded live at C.B.G.B., New York City on February 6, 1980
    (18-30) recorded live at C.B.G.B., New York City on October 1, 1980

  George Cartwright: alto, tenor, soprano; Tom Cora: cello, indingiti; Nicky
  Skopelitis: guitar; Bill Laswell: Fender bass; Bill Bacon (1-17): drums, 
  percussion, gamelan; Denardo Coleman (18-30): drum kit.

    2008 - DMG/ARC (USA), 704 (2xCD)

  Note: except for tracks (1-11), which were the content of the orginal LP 
  pressings (on Landslide, 1981 and 1984), the material on this 2xCD was pre-
  viously unreleased.

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164 - IL GESTO DEL SUONO: Various Artists 

  This record features Marcel Duchamp (1), John Cage (2), Steve Jansen (3),
  Demetrio Stratos (4), Emanuele Casale (5), Robert Ashley (6), Edoardo
  Sanguineti & Stefano Scodanibbio (7), Nine Horses (8), Walter Prati & Robert
  Wyatt (9), Fred Frith (10), Massimiliano Viel (11), Picchio dal Pozzo (12).

  Tom Cora plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    10/ The Border 				(Cora, Frith, Parkins,
						Anne Hemenway) 		 3:30

    2008 - Auditorium (Italy), cat. aud 03308 (CD)

  See THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986) for further references on (10).

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165 - 30: The Ex

  Disc 1:
  Disc 2:
    19/ State Of Shock
    21/ Stupid Competitions
    22/ The Big Black

    2009 - Ex Records (Netherlands), EX 119D/120D (2xCD)
    2009 - Ex Records (Netherlands), EX 119/120 (2xLP)

  Note: the 2xLP version has only 26 tracks (33 for the 2xCD); (22) is not
  available on the 2xLP version. The tracks from SCRABBLING AT THE LOCK (1991)
  and AND THE WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS (1993) have been remastered for
  this compilation.

  See SCRABBLING AT THE LOCK (1991) for further references on (19) and AND THE
  WEATHERMEN SHRUG THEIR SHOULDERS (1993) for (21,22).

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VIBRASLAPS: Catherine Jauniaux, Ikue Mori (1993, RecRec Music, ReCDec 52 (CD))

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  * WochenZeitung (Switzerland), February 7, 1986: "Es gibt eine starke 
    Gegenkultur in den USA", an interview/article by Fredi Bosshard and Patrik
    Landolt (pp. 12)

  * Coda Magazine (Canada), #240, November/December 1991: "Tom Cora: Absolute
    cellismo," an interview article by Gary Parker Chapin (pp. 10-11)

  * Jazzthetik (Germany), April 1992: "Tom Cora," an interview by Cornelie
    Müller-Gödecke (pp. 8-10)

  * Revue et Corrigée (France), December 1993, special issue "Improvisation,
    quoi de neuf ?": article covering 55 musicians who are asked three ques-
    tions (pp. 4-30); Tom Cora's answers appear on pp. 11

  * 12 Fois Plus (France), 1993: interview of Tom Cora, edited by 
    Zoorganisation (pp. 18-23)

  * Jazz Magazine (France), #482, June 1998: "Et soudain... Tom Cora," an
    article by Corinne Chérigny (pp. 52-53)

  * The Wire (UK), #230, April 2003: "Out On a Limb," an article by David 
    Krasnow (pp. 34-37)

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  MUSIQUE - ACTION '96, by Martine Alibert and Marie-Noelle Brun (1997)

    Tom Cora appears in trio with Carlos Zingaro (violin) and Otomo Yoshihide
    (turntables).