DISCOGRAPHY OF DAVE DOUGLAS

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

Following items are:

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

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

Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com)
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		       |  DISCOGRAPHY OF DAVE DOUGLAS  |
		       |           June 2013           |
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		       | by Patrice Roussel            |
		       | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)      |
		       | 2034 NE 37th Ave.             |
		       | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)      |
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With special thanks to:

Michael J. Stevens
Charles B Gillett 
Jon Abbey        
Dave Cramer     
Ronald F. Roberts  
YOSHIOKA Toshiya  
William Kenz     
Jonas Vognsen   
David Newgarden
Dan Given      
Michael Rosenstein  
W. Kim Heron 
Carlos Iramain
Mark Chodan 
Tony Reif   
Sphere Marketing
Robert Gray        
Nick Didkovsky    
Jeff Mandin      
Seth Tissue     
Dave Trenkel   
William Messing 
D.J. Toman     
Steve Smith   
Geoff Gray
Andrew Boyko	
James Hale     
Mark Corroto  
Pere Soto    
Dave Douglas
Jules Ryan           
Chris Cowan         
George Schuller	
Chris DuPre
Dwight Haden 
Joshua Herrin  
Steve Knutson  
Marc Wagnon   
Eric Siegel
Artur Nowak  
Francisco Fonz-Garces 
Mark Logan   
molony        
David Kumin    
Dave Brunelle   
Vinny Golia
Felix		
Jody McAllister   
Victor Hugo Linares
Jim Schley 
Alan Lankin 
Hywel Davies 
Chris Genzel
Herb Levy     
Siegfried Otto 
Cem Zafir      
Michel Ramond	
Jeroen de Boer     
Aaron Chee-Kean Chua
Tom Benton  
Rob Allaert  
Marcel Boucher
SigOthInc
Jamie Baum 
Brad Beaudet
Tom Demarchi
Thomas Labusga 
Al Mikula
Carl ?      
Alex Werner  
Pascal Cortes 
Marc Cantais
Steve Koenig 
Eyal Hareuveni
Thierry Raguin 
Rich Ladew  
Dan Kurdilla 
Lukas Frei
David Moore
Stéphane Vuilleumier
for sending me extra material and/or giving prompt answers to my questions.
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Records and tapes have been listed by chronological order for edition (and not recording). The following records and tapes are listed:

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

records (co)produced by Dave Douglas, records having Dave Douglas as a technical or musical consultant, records with liner notes by Dave Douglas; 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 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: various artists

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

  Dave Douglas plays on two tracks with Dr. Nerve:

    6/ Out To Bomb Fresh Kings Nr. 1            (Didkovsky)              1:40
    7/ I Am Not Dumb Now                        (Didkovsky)              3:40

    Recorded live at "8BC", New York in June 1985

  Nick Didkovsky: guitar; Yves Duboin: soprano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mike
  Leslie: bass; Michael Lytle: clarinet; Jim Mussen: drums; Marc Wagnon:
  vibes.

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

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002 - FLYING WITH THE COMET: Second Sight

    1/ Flying With The Comet                    (Esposito)               5:44
    2/ Barbara                                  (Esposito)               6:09
    3/ Song For A New Life                      (Esposito)              10:06
    4/ Discoverers                              (Esposito)               6:10
    5/ Birthright                               (Marx)                  14:00

    Recorded in 1986

  John Esposito: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Jeff Marx: saxes; Allen Murphy:
  bass; Jeff Siegel: drums; Frederick Berryhill: percussion.

    1986 - SunJump Records (USA), SJR01 (LP)
    2008 - SunJump Records (USA), CD03 (CD)

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003 - ARMED OBSERVATION: Doctor Nerve

    1/ Out To Bomb Fresh Kings                                           1:24
    2/ Mister Stiff Fries A Dozen                                        2:54
    3/ Sister Cancer Brother Dollar                                      2:33
    4/ I Am Not Dumb Now                                                 3:32
    5/ Keine Jazz Platte                                                 0:10
    6/ Don't Be A Hog                                                    1:37
    7/ Not Everyone's As Rich As Your Parents                            4:58
    8/ Electric Guitar Solo                                              0:18
    9/ Three Curiously Insubstantial Duets:
      9a/ I                                                              1:11
      9b/ II                                                             1:13
      9c/ III                                                            0:48
    10/ Portland Applauds The Radio                                      0:11
    11/ Atypical Tiple                                                   1:47
    12/ Wir Sind Dickhauter                                              1:53
    13/ Don't Worry Do                                                   4:48
    14/ "That Is When They Start To Have Their Own Way That Is When 
	They Start To Get Out Of Hand"					 7:16

    No recording information besides (8,11)
    (8) recorded live at Punos Music
    (11) recorded live at PEMC Event Four
    Produced by Fred Frith and Nick Didkovsky
    (9) produced by Didkovsky in Klein's Studio

  Nick Didkovsky: guitar, tiple, syllables; Yves Duboin: soprano, fanfare;
  Dave Douglas: trumpet, flugelhorn, piano; Mike Leslie: Fender bass; Michael
  Lytle: bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet; James Mussen: drums, Reflex
  testing; Kyle Sims: Spector bass, door knocks; Marc Wagnon: vibes, percus-
  sion, piano; Sam Bennett (13): percussion; Anne Brudevold (14): violin.

    1987 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 8 (LP)
    1992 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 38x (CD)
    2004 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 038 (CD)

  Note: the CD pressings contains both ARMED OBSERVATION (1987) and OUT TO
  BOMB FRESH KINGS (1985).

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004 - F/EAR THIS!: various artists

  This 2xLP features Two Tone (1), Detonazione (2), The Blech (3), Look De 
  Book (4), Politrio (5), Embryo (6), History of Unheard Music (7), Franti
  (8), LA 1919 (9), Body & the Buildings (10), Giorgio Cantoni (11), Jane 
  Dolman and Pete Wright (12), 2+2=5 (13), Orient Express (14), Weimar Gesang
  (15), Annie Anxiety (16), Gregorio R.U.S. Bardini (17), Don King (18), 
  Doctor Nerve (19), Nick Didkovsky and Limpe Fuchs (20), Nurse with Wound
  (21), Die Form (22), Possession (23), Thelema (24), Paroksi-Eksta (25).

    19/ Unna					(Doctor Nerve)		 3:02

    Recorded live

  Nick Didkovsky (19): guitar; Michael Lytle (19): bass clarinet; Yves Duboin
  (19): soprano; Dave Douglas (19): trumpet; Marc Wagnon (19): vibraphone; 
  Kyle Sims (19): bass; Jim Mussen (19): drums. 

    1987 - P.E.A.C.E. (Italy), No 4/5 (2xLP)
    1987 - P.E.A.C.E. (Italy), No 4/5 (2xCT)

  Note: the subtitle of this 2xLP set is "A Collection Of Unheard Music, 
  Unwritten Words And Unseen Images Inspired By Fear."

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005 - 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).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Doctor Nerve:

    7/ Recursion My Ass                         (Doctor Nerve)           3:41

    Recorded at Grampa Studios, Brooklyn
    Produced by Nick Didkovsky

  Nick Didkovsky: electric guitar, drum machine programming; Yves Duboin:
  soprano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Michael Lytle: bass clarinet, contrabass
  clarinet; James Mussen: drum machine programming; Jon Tessler: Spector bass;
  Marc Wagnon: vibraphone.

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

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006 - LIVING ON AVENUE F: Jose Chalas

    1/ Living On Avenue F                       (Chalas)                 3:55
    2/ Who Created God                          (coll. improv.)          1:02
    3/ The Reagan Years                         (Chalas)                 3:25
    4/ Breakfast Complex                        (coll. improv.)          0:10
    5/ Tee Tong                                 (Chalas)                 1:56
    6/ Octopus Of My Heart                      (Chalas)                 4:17
    7/ The Hudson At Highland                   (Douglas)                2:39
    8/ Daphnis                                  (Chalas)                 3:50
    9/ That Latin Guy                           (coll. improv.)          4:13
    10/ Don't Bother                            (coll. improv.)          8:33
    11/ Mountainess                             (Chalas)                 5:12

    Recorded at New Breed Studios, New York City from July 1986 to December 
    1987
    Produced by Dave Douglas and Jose Chalas 

  Jose Chalas: guitar, saxophone mouthpiece; Dave Douglas: trumpet, DX-7 II, 
  Akai S-900, piano; James Mussen: drums; Isidro Bobadilla: percussion; Mike
  Leslie: bass; Greg Hauser (11): bass; Mike Lee (1,11): tenor.

    1988 - Sunjump Records (USA), SNJR 02 (LP)

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007 - SHADOWLINES: Marc Wagnon

    1/ Let's Groove                             (Marc Wagnon)            7:37
    2/ M"Tume                                   (Marc Wagnon)            7:08
    3/ Ode                                      (Marc Wagnon)            7:11
    4/ Bazillus Samba                           (Marc Wagnon)            9:07
    5/ D-Tune                                   (Marc Wagnon)            5:44
    6/ Galactic Bump                            (Marc Wagnon)            5:56
    7/ Solstice                                 (Marc Wagnon)            6:10

    Recorded in 1984 and 1987

  Warc Wagnon: vibraphone, percussion; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Carl Reinlib:
  trombone; Bob Malach: tenor; Michael Lytle: bass clarinet; Don Davis: tenor;
  Mark Lambert: guitar; Nick Didkowsky: guitar; Dave Kikowski: keyboard; Leo
  Traversa: bass; Yossi Fine: bass; Jim Mussen: drums.

    1988 - Sunjump Records (USA), SJR03 (LP)
    1999 - Buckyball Records (USA), BR003 (CD)

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008 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME 3: various artists

  This record features Doctor Nerve (1), No Safety (2,11), Gentle, Safe and
  Natural (3), The Thomas Chapin Trio (4), Negativland (5), Brandon Ross' The
  Overflow (6,12), Don Byron (7), Marilyn Crispell & Andrew Cyrille Duet (8),
  Slan (9,10).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Doctor Nerve:

    1/ Nothing You Can Do Hurt Me               (Nick Didkovsky)         5:29

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City on January 14, 1990

  Greg Anderson: electric bass; Leo Ciesa: drums; Nick Didkovsky: guitar; Dave
  Douglas: trumpet; Yves Duboin: soprano; Rob Henke: trumpet; Michael Lytle:
  bass clarinet; Marc Wagnon: vibes.

    1990 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5299 (LP)
    1990 - A&M Records (USA), 75021 5299 2 (CD)
    1990 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5299 4 (CT)
    1990 - Enemy (Germany), EMY 113 (LP)
    1990 - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 113/EFA 03513-26 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 120 KFW B1234 (4xCD)
    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-99 (CD)
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-12345 (5xCD)

  Note: two tracks are not available on the LP pressings (which ones?).
  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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009 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME 4: various artists

  This record features Ned Rothenberg Double Band (1), Universal Congress Of
  (2), Last Exit (3), Iva Bittova and Pavel Fajt (4), Framework (5), Spanish
  Fly (6), Miniature (7), X-Legged Sally (8), Bob Holman (9), New & Used (10).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with New & Used:

    10/ Farm Life                               (Driscoll)               7:56

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City on April 24, 1990

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Kermit Driscoll: bass; Mark Feldman: violin; Andy
  Laster: reeds; Tom Rainey: drums.

    1990 - A&M Records (USA), 75021 5332 2 (CD)
    1990 - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 118 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 120 KFW B1234 (4xCD)
    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-100 (CD)
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-12345 (5xCD)

  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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010 - LIQUID TIME: Mark Whitecage

    1/ Bush Whacked                             (Whitecage)              5:54
    2/ Drunk Butterfly                          (Whitecage)              7:03
    3/ Liquid Time                              (Whitecage)             11:32
    4/ The Opener And End Pierce                (Whitecage)             10:57
    5/ Connecticut Solution                     (Whitecage)              7:35
    6/ Ode To Joy                               (M.J. Stevens)          12:49
    7/ Free Lee                                 (Whitecage)             12:54

    Recorded at Tom Tedesco Studio, New York City on April 5, 1990
    Produced by Otfried Muller

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Whitecage: alto, soprano; Michael Jefrey
  Stevens: piano; Joe Fonda: bass; Peter LeMaitre: drums.

    1990 - Acoustics Records (USA), 406 (CD)

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011 - AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: Vincent Herring

    1/ The Athlolete                            (Allen)                  5:03
    2/ V.H. 1                                   (Jones)                  5:10
    3/ American Experience                      (Allen)                  6:26
    4/ Almost Like The First                    (Barth)                  8:05
    5/ Anne's Mood                              (Herring)                8:23
    6/ Sweet Georgia Bright                     (Charles Lloyd)          4:53
    7/ You Know My Eyes                         (Stubblefield)           5:38
    8/ Metropolis Blues                         (Allen)                  3:42
    9/ Elation                                  (Herring)                4:35
    10/ Peace                                   (H. Silver, D. Carn)     5:47

    (1,2,4-6,9,10) recorded at RCA Studio, New York on October 12, 1989
    (3,7,8) recorded in New York on April 17, 1986
    Produced by Leroy (Sam) Perkins

  Vincent Herring: alto, soprano; Dave Douglas (1,2,4-6,9,10): trumpet; Bruce
  Barth (1,2,4-6,9,10): piano; Monte Croft (5,10): vibes, vocals; Rodney Jones
  (2): guitar; James Genus (1,2,4-6,9,10): bass; Mark Johnson (1,2,4-6,9,10):
  drums; Tex Allen (3,7,8): trumpet; Clifford Adams (3,7,8): trombone; John
  Hicks (3,7,8): piano; Marcus McLauren (3,7,8): bass; Beaver Harris (3,7,8):
  drums.

    1990 - Musicmasters (USA), Musicmasters 5037 (CD)

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012 - EAR THEATER: The Mallards

    1/ Fractal                                                           0:52
    2/ Jangular                                                          3:08
    3/ The Vision And The Enigma                                         3:47
    4/ Ganymede                                                          2:58
    5/ Salt Lick City                                                    3:18
    6/ Hymn Forher                                                       6:49
    7/ Circle (Destruction)                                              3:00
    8/ AvAngA                                                            6:47
    9/ Indeterminate LOGic IX                                            2:30
    10/ The Musician Eisengrim                                           3:23
    11/ Izmir Zeybegi                                                    0:58
    12/ Mallard Theater                                                  2:35
    13/ Bop De Goose                                                     5:46
    14/ Enterpe                                                          3:18
    15/ Calliope                                                         2:59
    16/ Quintridulo                                                      2:36
    17/ Sord Of Damocles                                                 3:02

    Recorded in Woodstock, New York

  Dave Cook: instigationist, sonics; Steve Rust: bass, sonics; Harvey Sorgen: 
  drums, sonics; Keith Teller: trombone, sonics; Dave Douglas: trumpet, bari-
  tone horn, sonics.

    1990 - Ottava, 070488 (CD)

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013 - BETA 14 OK: Doctor Nerve

    1/ Splinter                                 (Didkovsky)              2:30
    2/ NerveWare No. 1                          (DrNerve.hmsl)           0:30
    3/ NerveWare No. 2                          (DrNerve.hmsl)           5:33
    4/ Bundesgrenzschutz Sektor 1               (Didkovsky)              0:11
    5/ Money Where Your Mouth Is                (Didkovsky)              0:13
    6/ Did Unna Die?                            (Didkovsky)              2:05
    7/ Did Mallets Die?                         (Didkovsky)              1:00
    8/ Armed Observation                        (Didkovsky)              2:30
    9/ Bundesgrenzschutz Sektor 2               (improv. by D. Douglas)  1:14
    10/ Trash                                   (Didkovsky)              4:45
    11/ NerveWare No. 3                         (DrNerve.hmsl)           3:50
    12/ Frogs Where Your Mouth Is               (Didkovsky)              0:12
    13/ Our Soldiers Are Soft As Babies, And They Squander Their Stipends
        A-Whoring                               (Didkovsky)              9:00
    14/ Did Sprinting Die?                      (Didkovsky)              5:11
    15/ Pain Waits Until 5PM                    (Didkovsky)              4:40
    16/ Fast Fourier Fugue                      (Didkovsky)              5:53
    17/ 44 Nerve Events For You To Program In Inventive Sequences
                                                (Didkovsky)

    Recorded at Bisi Studios, Brooklyn (New York) in May 1990
    (7,16) recorded at Marc Wagnon's Studio
    (9,14) recorded at Punos Music
    Produced by Nick Didkovsky

  Greg Anderson: electric bass; Leo Ciesa: drums; Nick Didkovsky: electric 
  guitar, vocals, claps; Dave Douglas: trumpet, baritone thing , effects; Yves
  Duboin: soprano; Rob Henke: trumpet, vocals; Michael Lytle: bass clarinet,
  contrabass clarinet, vocals; Marc Wagnon: vibes, piano samples, claps.

    1991 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 26 (CD)

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014 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features Willem Breuker Kollektief (1), Spanish Fly (2), Baron 
  Down (3), New & Used (4), Reggie Gaines (5), Ursa's Door (6), The Klezmatics
  (7), The Maudlins (8), Norman Salant & The Moving Planet Orchestra (9), 
  David Linton's Electric Owthaus (10).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with New & Used:

    4/ Alignment                                (Laster)

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Kermit Driscoll: bass; Mark Feldman: violin; Andy 
  Laster: alto, baritone saxophone; Tom Rainey: drums, percussion.

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

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015 - MUSIC MASTERS JAZZ COLLECTION, VOL 2: various artists
 
  This record features Milt Jackson (1), Vincent Herring (2), Jim Hall (3),
  Jay McShann (4), Duke Ellington (5), Dave Brubeck (6), Benny Goodman (7),
  Benny Carter/Phil Woods (8), Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra (9), Jack Wilkins
  (10), Freddie Hubbard (11), Sir Roland Hanna (12).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Vincent Herring:

    2/ Elation                                  (Vincent Herring)        4:35

    1991 - Music Masters (USA), 65064 (CD)

  See AMERICAN EXPERIENCE (1990) for further references on (2).

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016 - MOMENTUM: Peter Tomlinson

    1/ Momentum                                 (Tomlinson)              4:48
    2/ House Of Cards                           (Tomlinson)              6:21
    3/ Windfall                                 (Tomlinson)              5:40
    4/ Wald Haus                                (Tomlinson)              5:32
    5/ It Never Entered My Mind                 (Rodgers, Hart)          6:39
    6/ Long Gone                                (Tomlinson)              7:58
    7/ The Bee Keeper                           (Tomlinson)              6:44
    8/ Quasimodo                                (Charlie Parker)         5:30

    Recorded at NRS, Hurley (New York) on January 19 and February 27-28, 1990
    Produced by Peter Tomlinson

  Peter Tomlinson: piano; Jimmy Cobb (1-3,6-8): drums; Anthony Cox (1-3,6-8):
  bass; Dick Oatts (1,2,6): tenor; Dave Douglas (1,2,6): trumpet; Richie Hart
  (4,7): guitar; Peter O'Brien (4,5): drums; Lou Pappas (4,5): bass; Lou 
  Varuzzo Jr. (4): percussion.

    1991 - Compose (USA), 9301-2 (CD)

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017 - 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).

    18/ Armed Observation 			(Doctor Nerve)		 2:33  

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

  Note: all tracks were previously released.

  See BETA 14 OK (1991) for further references on (18).

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018 - SOUVENIR: New And Used

    1/ Slow Boat To Mechanicsville              (Douglas)                7:31
    2/ Red Letter                               (Driscoll)               6:20
    3/ Cows                                     (Douglas)                4:33
    4/ Souvenir                                 (Driscoll)               6:00
    5/ Lazy Brushes                             (Laster)                 6:43
    6/ Safe At Home                             (Rainey)                 7:33
    7/ Trifecta                                 (Feldman)                5:39
    8/ Paradox                                  (Douglas)                6:25
    9/ Hagia Sophia                             (Laster)                 4:47
    10/ Kerney                                  (Feldman)                9:02

    Recorded live at Sound On Sound, New York City in September 1990 and Dec-
    ember 1991

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Kermit Driscoll: electric and acoustic basses; Mark
  Feldman: violin; Andy Laster: alto, baritone saxophone; Tom Rainey: drums.

    1992 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-125 (CD)
    2001 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: the 2001 reissue has not been released yet (planned during Fall 2001).

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019 - UNDERCURRENTS: Jamie Baum

    1/ Undercurrents
    2/ Don't Gimme That Line
    3/ Night Spirits
    4/ In Love In Vain
    5/ Passacaglia
    6/ The Edge
    7/ Blue Shoe
    8/ Suite: As You Are (Parts I & II)

    Produced by Michael Formanek

  Jamie Baum: flute; Randy Brecker: trumpet; Vic Juris: guitar; Salvatore 
  Bonafede: piano; Jay Anderson: bass; Jeff Hirshfield: drums; Dave Douglas
  (8): trumpet. 

    1992 - Konnex (Germany), KCD 5034 (CD)

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020 - RISE ROBOTS RISE: Rise Robots Rise

    1/ All Sewn Up                              (Rise Robots Rise)       5:37
    2/ Buffalo Wack Child                       (Rise Robots Rise)       5:04
    3/ Flowers And Birds                        (Rise Robots Rise)       4:48
    4/ Get Ready                                (Rise Robots Rise)       4:49
    5/ If I Only Knew                           (Rise Robots Rise)       4:11
    6/ The Pipe Talks To You                    (Rise Robots Rise)       4:28
    7/ The Way We Move                          (Rise Robots Rise)       4:22
    8/ Mars                                     (Rise Robots Rise)       4:09
    9/ Talk Is Cheap                            (Rise Robots Rise)       5:03
    10/ Zombie Demons                           (Rise Robots Rise)       5:48

    Recorded at Fibre Studios, Brooklyn (New York)

  Rise Robots Rise; Tracey Amos (1-4,6,7,10): vocals; Patricia Joseph (2):
  vocals; Mac Quayle (4): vocals; Paulisa Moorman (7,8,10): vocals; Michelle
  Johnson (8,9): vocals; Dave Douglas (8): trumpet; Fima Ephron (9): bass;
  Pablo Calogero (10): vocals;

    1992 - TVT Records (USA), TVT 3210-2 (CD)

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021 - IN THE HOUSE OF MY FATHERS: Franklin Kiermyer

    1/ For The Time Being                       (Kiermyer)               7:13
    2/ In The House Of My Fathers               (Kiermyer)               4:47
    3/ Kairos                                   (Kiermyer)               7:50
    4/ Black Jack                               (Kiermyer)               5:27
    5/ For The Kindness Of Strangers            (Kiermyer)               5:20
    6/ The Julia Set                            (Kiermyer)               6:34
    7/ Peace On Earth                           (Kiermyer)               5:56
    8/ Shoes For The People                     (Kiermyer)               6:17

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York City in 1993
    Produced by Franklin Kiermyer

  Dave Douglas (1,3,4): trumpet; John Stubblefield (1,3,4,7): tenor, soprano;
  John Esposito (all but (6)): piano; Anthony Cox (1,3,5,6,8): bass; Franklin
  Kiermyer: drums; Drew Gress (2,4,7): bass; Chris Gekker (5,8): flugelhorn;
  John Rojak (5,8): bass trombone; David Braynard (5,8): tuba; Daniel Grabois
  (5,8): French horn; Tom Chess (6): guitar; Eric St. Laurent (6): guitar.

    1993 - Konnex (Germany), kcd 5052 (CD)

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022 - AVANT KNITTING TOURS 1993: various artists

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

  Dave Douglas plays on two tracks with New & Used:

    7/ Cows                                     (Douglas)                4:34
    8/ Paradox                                  (Douglas)                6:25

    Produced by Michael Dorf

    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD 142 (CD)

  See SOUVENIR (1992) for further references.

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023 - DON BYRON PLAYS THE MUSIC OF MICKEY KATZ: Don Byron

    1/ Prologue: "...shed not tears before the rain..."
						(Byron)                  4:08
    2/ Frailach Jamboree                        (Katz)                   2:34
    3/ Haim Afen Range                          (traditional)            2:49
    4/ Mamaliege Dance                          (Farber, Katz)           2:23
    5/ Sweet and Gentle                         (Portal, Thorn)          3:02
    6/ Litvak Square Dance                      (Katz)                   2:08
    7/ C'Est Si Bon                             (Seelen, Betti, Hornez)  2:27
    8/ Tombonik Tanz                            (Farber, Katz)           3:14
    9/ Bar Mitzvah Special                      (Singer, Farber)         3:02
    10/ Dreidel Song                            (traditional)            4:48
    11/ Seder Dance                             (Katz)                   2:12
    12/ Pasiach in Portugal                     (Ferrao, Kennedy)        3:08
    13/ Berele's Sherele                        (Gill, Farber)           1:48
    14/ Mechaye War Chant                       (Katz)                   2:50
    15/ Kiss of Meyer                           (Allan, Hill)            2:20
    16/ Epilogue: Tears                         (Byron)                  7:12
    17/ Wedding Dance                           (Katz)                   2:26

    Recorded at Master Sound, Astoria (New York) in September 1992
    Produced by Hans Wendl

  Don Byron: clarinet, vocals, conductor; J.D. Parran: clarinet, bass clari-
  net, soprano sax, flute; Mark Feldman: violin, background vocals; Dave 
  Douglas: trumpet, background vocals; Josh Roseman: trombone, horse lips, 
  boat whistle, background vocals; Uri Caine: piano, background vocals; Steve
  Alcott: bass; Richie Schwarz: drums, percussion, xylophone; Loren Sklamberg:
  vocals; Avi Hoffman: vocals; Brandon Ross (1,3): guitar; Jerry Gonzalez (5):
  percussion; Dan Hovey (14,16): guitars; Jay Berliner (12): mandolin; Loretta 
  Malta (12): background vocals; Rosalie Gerut: additional vocals.

    1993 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 79313-2 (CD)

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024 - TRANSFORMS: The Nerve Events Project

    1/ Nerve 4                                  (Steve MacLean)          0:34
    2/ Nerve Us                                 (Neil Rolnick)           5:43
    3/ Salvation                                (Iconoclast)             2:23
    4/ A Little Ditty                           (Doug Gourlay)           1:05
    5/ Patent Pending                           (Philip Strong)          1:35
    6/ Weeping Like A Bathtub                   (Greg Anderson)          5:10
    7/ Columbus On Guadeloupe                   (Frank Pahl)             2:04
    8/ Greens                                   (Mark Howell)            0:37
    9/ The Escape                               (Jason Willett)          3:15
    10/ Nerve 3                                 (Steve MacLean)          7:11
    11/ Slimpering Toward Algoma                (Tom Erbe)               2:30
    12/ Venatian Division                       (Ted Apel)               2:43
    13/ Never Steven                            (Thomas Dimuzio)         5:42
    14/ Mark Jenkins Gets His                   (George Lowe)            3:39
    15/ Got That Nerve                          (Henry Kaiser)           2:28
    16/ Damnation                               (Iconoclast)             1:19
    17/ Packed Like Eggs                        (Yves Duboin)            2:32
    18/ Balkanization                           (Dave Douglas)           2:46
    19/ De Tout Pour Faire Un Monde             (Bruno Meillier)         2:31
    20/ 88o For Nick                            (Judy Klein)             0:93
    21/ Nerve That Got                          (Henry Kaiser)           3:51
    22/ Sublime Message No. 4                   (Henry Lowengard)        0:07
    23/ Eventually Nerve                        (Marc Wagnon)            0:42
    24/ Four Voice Canon #8 (Nerve Canon)       (Larry Polansky, Ray
                                                Guillette)               4:42
    25/ Context                                 (Robert Marsanyi)        8:52

    1993 - Cuneiform (USA), 55011 (CD)

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025 - PARALLEL WORLDS: Dave Douglas

    1/ Sehr Bewegt                              (Anton Webern)           1:29
    2/ Parallel Worlds                          (Douglas)                9:16
    3/ In Progress                              (Douglas)                5:37
    4/ Remains                                  (Douglas)                7:07
    5/ Piece For Strings                        (Douglas)                6:55
    6/ Ballad In Which MacHeath Asks Everyone To Forgive Him
						(Kurt Weill)             6:05
    7/ Loco Madi                                (Duke Ellington)         5:53
    8/ On Your Leaving                          (Douglas)                7:15
    9/ For Every Action                         (Douglas)                9:30
    10/ Grand Choral                            (Igor Stravinsky)        4:15

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on March 17 and 18, 1993
    Produced by Tim Berne and Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Mark 
  Dresser: bass; Michael Sarin: drums.

    1993 - Soul Note (Italy), 121226-2 (CD)

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026 - KLEZMER 1993 - NEW YORK CITY: THE TRADITION CONTINUES ON THE LOWER
  EAST SIDE: various artists

  This record features Billy Tipton Memorial Quartet, New Klezmer Trio, John
  Zorn's Masada, Klezmatics, Hassidic New Wave, Paradox Trio, Shvitz All-
  Stars, Alollo Trehorn (with Klezmatics).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Masada:

    3/ Ziphim                                   (Zorn)                   7:06

    No recording information

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    Produced by Michael Dorf

    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-123 (CD)
    1999 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR-123 (CD)     

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027 - JERICHO: The Band

    1/ Remedy 					(Linden, Weider)	 4:28
    2/ Blind Willie McTell 			(Bob Dylan)		 6:40
    3/ The Caves Of Jericho 			(Bell, Simon, Helm)	 5:22
    4/ Atlantic City 				(Bruce Springsteen)	 5:14
    5/ Too Soon Gone 				(Shear, Szelest)	 3:59
    6/ Country Boy 				(Brooks, Barer)		 3:14
    7/ Move To Japan				(Flood, Helm, Simon, 
						 Szelest, Weider)	 4:25
    8/ Amazon (River Of Dreams) 		(Artie Traum)		 6:00
    9/ Stuff You Gotta Watch 			(McKinely Morganfield)	 2:48
    10/ Same Thing 				(Willie Dixon)		 4:30
    11/ Shine A Light				(Grebb, Moore)		 4:12
    12/ Blues Stay Away From Me 		(A. Delmore, Ranney, Glover,
						 R. Delmore)		 6:01

    Recorded at Levon Helm Studio, Woodstock (New York)
    (2,12) recorded at Bearsville Studios
    (4) recorded at Beartracks Studio
    (6) recorded at Woodstock Recording Studio in October 1985
    Produced by The Band, John Simon, Aaron L. Hurwirtz
    (4) produced by Rick Chertoff and Ralph Shuckett
    (2,12) produced by The Band and Aaron L. Hurwirtz

  The Band: Levon Helm, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, Jim Weider, Randy Ciarlante,
  Richard Bell, Richard Manuel (on (6) only); Champion Jack Dupree (2): piano;
  Vassar Clements (3,9): fiddle; Erie Brazilian (4): mandolin; Rob Hyman (4):
  keyboards; Stan Szelest (4): electric piano; Steve Jordon (12): drums; Jules
  Shear (5): harmony vocal; Tommy Spurlock (3): steel guitar; Artie Traum (8):
  acoustic guitar; John Simon (3,5,7,11): electric piano, baritone horn; Colin
  Linden (8): background vocal; Bobby Strickland (1,9): tenor, baritone saxo-
  phone; Dave Douglas (1,9): trumpet; Rob Leon (3,5,8): electric bass.

    1993 - Pyramid Records (USA), R2 71564 (CD)

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028 - TODAY, THIS MOMENT: The Mosaic Sextet

    1/ Mosaic                                   (Douglas)                6:54
    2/ Gang Wars for Sextet                     (Douglas)                1:54
    3/ Mr. Phinney                              (Jefry Stevens)          6:48
    4/ In Progress                              (Douglas)                5:49
    5/ Oskar                                    (Jefry Stevens)          7:07
    6/ Superconductor                           (Douglas)                9:03
    7/ Drum Song                                (Jefry Stevens)          4:42
    8/ Trio for Sextet                          (Jefry Stevens)          5:16
    9/ Children's Sombre Dance                  (Douglas)                5:06
    10/ Today, This Moment                      (Jefry Stevens)         14:33

    (3,5,10) recorded at Dreamland Recording Studio, West Hurley (New York) on
    January 19, 1988
    (8) recorded at Rockin' Reel Studios, East Northport (New York) on 
    February 2, 1989
    Recorded at Tedesco Studios, Paramus (New Jersey) on March 5, 1990
    Produced by The Mosaic Sextet

  Michael Jefry Stevens: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman: violin; 
  Michael Rabinowitz: bassoon; Joe Fonda: bass; Harvey Sorgen: drums.

    1994 - Konnex (Germany), kcd 5058 (CD)
    2001 - GM Recordings (USA), GM3045CD (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD pressing is called MOSAIC SEXTET and contains extra material.

  See MOSAIC SEXTET (2001) for further references on extra material.

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029 - LOW PROFILE: Michael Formanek

    1/ Groogly                                  (Formanek)               5:35
    2/ The Immaculate Deception                 (Formanek)               5:56
    3/ Rivers                                   (Formanek)               9:35
    4/ Great Plains                             (Formanek)              12:22
    5/ Paradise Revisited                       (Formanek)              10:55
    6/ Isonychia                                (Formanek)               8:55
    7/ Shuddawuddacudda                         (Formanek)               7:45
    The Storytellers                            (Formanek)
      8/ Uncommon Ground                                                 2:33
      9/ Signs Of Life                                                   5:55
      10/ The Black Rose                                                 4:37
      11/ Big Spirit People                                              2:20

    Recorded at Systems Two in Brooklyn, New York on October 1 and 2, 1993
    Produced by Michael Formanek

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, alto, soprano; Tim Berne: alto,
  baritone saxophone; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Ku-Umba Frank Lacy: trombone;
  Salvatore Bonafede: piano; Michael Formanek: bass; Marvin "Smitty" Smith:
  drums.

    1994 - Enja Records (Germany), ENJ-8050 2 (CD)
    2011 - Enja Records (Germany), ENJ-8050 2 (CD)

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030 - THE TINY BELL TRIO: Tiny Bell Trio

    1/ Red Emma                                 (Douglas)                4:55
    2/ Punchy                                   (Douglas)                4:59
    3/ Road/Home                                (Douglas)                6:39
    4/ Head-On Kouvlodsko                       (Douglas)                5:04
    5/ The Drowned Girl                         (Kurt Weill)             4:56
    6/ La Belle Saison                          (Joseph Kosma)           0:43
    7/ Song For My Father-In-Law                (Douglas)                5:47
    8/ Shards                                   (Douglas)                4:02
    9/ Felijar                                  (Schoeppach)             5:34
    10/ Fille d'Acier                           (Joseph Kosma)           4:52
    11/ Arabesque For Clarinet And Piano        (Germaine Tailleferre)   3:57
    12/ Czardas                                 (trad. Hungarian)        3:11

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on December 21 & 22, 1993
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Brad Schoeppach: guitar; Jim Black: drums.

    1994 - Songlines (Canada), SGL 1504-2 (CD)

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031 - THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI: Mark Dresser

    1/ Overture                                 (Dresser)                7:14
    2/ At The Fair                              (Dresser)                6:39
    3/ FAKIR!!                                  (Dresser)                2:11
    4/ Step Up! See The Amazing Cesare          (Dresser)                5:06
    5/ Prophecy Of The Somnambulist             (Dresser)                7:49
    6/ Bad News, Jane                           (Dresser)                4:48
    7/ Seduction                                (Dresser)                2:00
    8/ Cesare's Attack                          (Dresser)                3:50
    9/ You Must Become Caligari                 (Dresser)                6:14
    10/ Is The Prisoner Safe?                   (Dresser)                1:07
    11/ The Circle Is Closing In                (Dresser)                2:45

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Denman Maroney: prepared piano; Mark Dresser: contra-
  bass.

    1994 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-155 (CD)

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032 - WHILE YOU WERE OUT: Orange Then Blue

    1/ Scatter                                  (Speed)                  8:58
    2/ Kamikaze                                 (Taylor)                 6:17
    3/ Gankino Horo                             (traditional)           11:54
    4/ While You Were  Out                      (Schuller)               9:33
    5/ Slow Boat to Mechanicsville              (Douglas)                9:31
    6/ La Partida                               (Bonet)                  8:17
    7/ Evanescent                               (Schuller)              15:44
    8/ Flypaper                                 (Clark)                  7:59
    9/ Truth is Marchin' In                     (Ayler)                  8:17
    10/ Three Reels & an Air                    (traditional)            9:14
    11/ Sequenz                                 (Ales)                  10:03
    12/ While You Were Out (encore)             (Schuller)               2:31

    Recorded at Banff Center for the Arts, Banff, Alberta (Canada) on July
    7-10, 1992

  Dave Ballou: trumpet; Cuong Vu: trumpet; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Matt
  Darriau: reeds; Chris Speed: reeds; Bob Bowlby: reeds; Rick Stepton: tromb-
  one; Peter Cirelli: bass trombone, euphonium; Mark Taylor: French horn; Tim
  Ray: piano, synthesizer; Paul Del Nero: bass; George Schuller: drums, perc-
  ussion; Darcy Hepner (11): flute; Greg Runions (11): percussion; Frank
  Lockwood (11): cowbell, egg shells; Seido Salifoski (3): dumbek.

    1994 - GM Recordings (USA), GM3028 (2xCD)

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033 - ALEF: Masada

    1/ Jair                                     (Zorn)                   4:53
    2/ Bith Aneth                               (Zorn)                   6:24
    3/ Tzofeh                                   (Zorn)                   5:13
    4/ Ashnah                                   (Zorn)                   6:20
    5/ Tahah                                    (Zorn)                   5:40
    6/ Kanah                                    (Zorn)                   7:26
    7/ Delin                                    (Zorn)                   1:54
    8/ Janohah                                  (Zorn)                   9:40
    9/ Zebdi                                    (Zorn)                   2:45
    10/ Idalah-Abal                             (Zorn)                   6:15
    11/ Zelah                                   (Zorn)                   3:48

    Recorded at RPM, New York City on February 20, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1994 - DIW (Japan), DIW-888 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 1.

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034 - BEIT: Masada

    1/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                   7:08
    2/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                  10:05
    3/ Lachish                                  (Zorn)                   2:25
    4/ Rachab                                   (Zorn)                   4:47
    5/ Peliyot                                  (Zorn)                   4:32
    6/ Achshaph                                 (Zorn)                   2:44
    7/ Sansanah                                 (Zorn)                   7:09
    8/ Ravayah                                  (Zorn)                   3:19
    9/ Sahar                                    (Zorn)                   6:12
    10/ Tirzah                                  (Zorn)                   8:47
    11/ Shilhim                                 (Zorn)                   2:18

    Recorded at RPM, NYC on February 20, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW-889 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 2.
  
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035 - GIMEL: Masada

    1/ Ziphim                                   (Zorn)                   9:17
    2/ Abidan                                   (Zorn)                   6:48
    3/ Katzatz                                  (Zorn)                   2:24
    4/ Hazor                                    (Zorn)                   6:04
    5/ Netivot                                  (Zorn)                   3:38
    6/ Karaim                                   (Zorn)                   5:58
    7/ Hekhal                                   (Zorn)                   3:02
    8/ Sheloshim                                (Zorn)                   8:15
    9/ Lebaoth                                  (Zorn)                   5:12
    10/ Tannaim                                 (Zorn)                   8:54

    Recorded at RPM, NYC on February 20, 1994 and at Power Station, NYC on
    June 22, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW-890 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 3.

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036 - SIGNALS FOR TEA: Steve Beresford, His Piano and Orchestra

    1/ All My Fibres                            (Beresford, Brenner)     4:01
    2/ Rent                                     (Beresford, Brenner)     4:17
    3/ Unremarkable                             (Beresford, Brenner)     5:44
    4/ Signals For Tea                          (Beresford, Brenner)     4:16
    5/ Approximate Song                         (Beresford, Brenner)     3:31
    6/ Let's Get Cynical                        (Beresford, Brenner)     3:43
    7/ Good Morning                             (Beresford, Brenner)     6:50
    8/ The 3 Doors                              (Beresford)              6:06
    9/ Elephants                                (Beresford, Brenner)     4:05
    10/ Little Window                           (Beresford, Brenner)     4:30
    11/ The Agony Of You                        (Beresford, Brenner)     3:40
  Bonus Tracks (?):
    12/ Good Morning (Solo Version)             (Beresford, Brenner)     3:15
    13/ Speed Limit                             (Beresford)              8:33
    14/ Unremarkable (Solo Version)             (Beresford, Brenner)     3:43

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City in July 1994
    Produced by Steve Beresford and John Zorn

  Steve Beresford: piano, vocals; John Zorn (1-11,13): alto, backing vocals;
  Dave Douglas (1-11,13): trumpet, backing vocals; Greg Cohen (1-11,13):
  double bass, backing vocals; Kenny Wollesen (1-11,13): drums, backing
  vocals.

    1995 - Avant (Japan), Avan 039 (CD)

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037 - DALET: Masada

    1/ Midbar                                   (Zorn)                   6:20
    2/ Mahlah                                   (Zorn)                   8:19
    3/ Zenan                                    (Zorn)                   3:57

    Recorded at RPM, NYC on February 20, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIWS-3 (CD)
    1997 - DIW (Japan), DIW 923 (CD)

  Note: the original pressing of this record was never available for retail;
  it was given away by DIW in exchange of the proof of buying the three first
  Masada; the deadline for getting it was June 1995.
  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 4.
  Note: this record was reissued in 1997 as a regular record, this time...

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038 - NO WAYS TIRED: Fontella Bass

    1/ The Light Of The World                   (Philip P. Bliss)        5:00
    2/ You Don't Know What The Lord Told Me     (Shirley Ann Caesar)     3:30
    3/ No Ways Tired                            (arr. James Cleveland)   4:47
    4/ Everlasting Arms                         (Showalters, Hoffman)    5:01
    5/ What The Word Needs Now                  (Bachrach, Davids)       2:56
    6/ All My Burdens                           (Thomas A. Dorsey)       3:34
    7/ I Surrender All                          (De Venter, E. Clark)    4:22
    8/ Lean On Me                               (Bill Withers)           4:08
    9/ This Place I Call Home                   (Fontella Bass)          3:15
    10/ This Little Light Of Mine               (Thomas A. Dorsey)       7:05
    11/ I Must Tell Jesus                       (E. Hoffman, M. Croker)  2:47
    
    Recorded at RPM Studios, New York in October 1993 and April 1994
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Fontella Bass: piano, vocals; Harvey Brooks (all but (11)): bass; Garry 
  Bruer (all but (9,11)): drums; Stew Cutler (all but (9,11)): guitar; Mark 
  Johnson (all but (5,9)): organ; Arthur Baron (2,3,6,8): trombone; Marty 
  Ehrlich (2,3,5,8): tenor, alto, flute, alto flute; Dave Douglas (2,3,8): 
  trumpet; Donald Smith (2,3,4,5,6,8,10): piano, electric piano; David Sanborn 
  (3): alto; Doug Wieselman (3,6): tenor; Lester Bowie (5): trumpet; Hamiet 
  Bluiett (6): baritone saxophone; Dave Tronzo (9): slide guitar; The 
  Institutional Radio Choir (1,10).

    1995 - Nonesuch (USA), 9 79357-2 (CD)

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039 - EVEN THE SOUNDS SHINE: Myra Melford Extended Ensemble

    1/ Even the Sounds Shine                    (Melford)               11:00
    2/ La Mezquita Suite                        (Melford)               25:12
      Duet, Waltz, La Mezquita, If Not Love (In memory of Lona Foote)
    3/ That The Peace                           (Melford)               12:44
    4/ Part II Frank Lloyd Wright Goes West To Rest
                                                (Melford)                8:43
    5/ Evening Might Still                      (Melford)               12:59

    Recorded at Borse, Wuppertal (Germany) on May 5 & 6, 1994
    Produced by Arnd Richter and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Myra Melford: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinets;
  Lindsey Horner: bass; Reggie Nicholson: drums.

    1995 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6161 (CD)
    2003 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 597 (CD)

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040 - IN OUR LIFETIME: Dave Douglas

    1/ In Our Lifetime                          (Douglas)               10:16
    2/ Three Little Monsters                    (Douglas)                5:20
    3/ Forward Flight                           (Booker Little)          6:54
    4/ The Persistence Of Memory                (Douglas)                4:37
    5/ Out In The Cold                          (Douglas)                6:26
    6/ Strength And Sanity                      (Booker Little)          4:47
    Four Miniatures After Booker Little         (Douglas)
      7/ Sappho                                                          0:49
      8/ At Dawn                                                         4:07
      9/ Shred                                                           2:41
      10/ Rapid Ear Movement                                             1:36
    11/ Moods In Free Time                      (Booker Little)          5:40
    12/ Bridges (for Tim Berne)                 (Douglas)               17:44

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City on December 7 & 8, 1994
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich and Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Josh Roseman: trombone; Chris Speed: clarinet, tenor;
  Marty Ehrlich (1): bass clarinet; Uri Caine: piano; James Genus: bass; Joey
  Baron: drums.

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80471-2 (CD)

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041 - CONSTELLATIONS: Tiny Bell Trio

    1/ Constellations                           (Douglas)                7:02
    2/ Unhooking The Safety Net                 (Douglas)                6:29
    3/ Hope Ring True                           (Douglas)                9:06
    4/ Taking Sides                             (Douglas)                6:10
    5/ The Gig                                  (Nichols)                5:24
    6/ Scriabin                                 (Douglas)                5:55
    7/ Les Croquants                            (Georges Brassens)       2:44
    8/ Maquiladora                              (Douglas)               11:03
    9/ Vanitatus Vanitatum (mit Humor)          (Schumann)               4:35

    Recorded at Radio DRS, Zürich (Switzerland) on February 27-28, 1995
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Brad Schoeppach: guitar; Jim Black: drums.

    1995 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6173 (CD)
    2000 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 542 (CD)
    2009 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 666 (CD)

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042 - JOHN ZORN MASADA LIVE: Masada

    1/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                   8:05
    2/ Karaim                                   (Zorn)                  11:31
    3/ Lachish                                  (Zorn)                   2:32
    4/ Ashnah                                   (Zorn)                   7:17
    5/ Tahah                                    (Zorn)                   7:01
    6/ Katzaz                                   (Zorn)                   3:14
    7/ Ravayah                                  (Zorn)                   4:01
    8/ Hobah                                    (Zorn)                  10:14
    9/ Bithaiveth                               (Zorn)                  13:48
    10/ Sheloshim                               (Zorn)                   3:57

    Recorded live at Fabrik in Hamburg (Germany) on November 12, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Kenny Wollesen:
  drums.

    1995 - Jazz Door (Italy), JD 1293 (CD)

  Note: according to Stefan Negele, the recording information given on the
  record is wrong (it was not recorded in New York City in 1994).

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043 - POINT IN TIME: Fred Hersch

    1/ Point In Time                            (Hersch)                 6:12
    2/ You Don't Know What Love Is              (Raye, DePaul)           6:53
    3/ As Long As There's Music                 (Cahn, Styne)            6:58
    4/ Spring Is Here                           (Rodgers, Hart)          4:33
    5/ The Peacocks                             (J. Rowles)              8:18
    6/ Infant Eyes                              (W. Shorter)             8:45
    7/ Cat's Paws                               (Hersch)                 4:26
    8/ Too Soon                                 (Hersch)                 5:18
    9/ Evidence                                 (T. Monk)                5:07
    10/ Drew's Blues                            (Hersch)                 5:15

    Recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn (NY) on March 20, 21 and 24, 1995
    Produced by Fred Hersch and Matthias Winckelmann

  Fred Hersch: piano; Drew Gress: bass; Tom Rainey: drums; Rich Perry (1,4,6,
  9,10): tenor; Dave Douglas (1,4,8-10): trumpet.

    1995 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9035 2 (CD)
    2009 - Enja (Japan), GQCP-59124 (SHM-CD)

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044 - HEI: Masada

    1/ Paran                                    (Zorn)                   5:12
    2/ Halisah                                  (Zorn)                   6:27
    3/ Yoreh                                    (Zorn)                   6:50
    4/ Beeroth                                  (Zorn)                   4:13
    5/ Hobah                                    (Zorn)                  11:38
    6/ Neshamah                                 (Zorn)                   6:06
    7/ Lakum                                    (Zorn)                   3:11
    8/ Makedah                                  (Zorn)                   8:36
    9/ Hafla'ah                                 (Zorn)                   4:55

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City on July 16 and 17, 1995
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW 899 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 5.

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045 - SEVEN STANDARDS 1995: Anthony Braxton and Mario Pavone Quintet

    1/ Dewey Square                             (Charlie Parker)        10:50
    2/ Autumn In New York                       (Vernon Duke)            9:00
    3/ All Or Nothing At All                    (Author Altman, Jack 
                                                Lawrence)                5:00
    4/ Eronel                                   (Thelonious Monk)        8:24
    5/ These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You    (Link, Strathcy, 
                                                Maschwitz)              10:43
    6/ The End Of A Love Affair                 (Edward Redding)        12:04   
    7/ Straight Street                          (John Coltrane)          9:11

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on January 11, 1995
    Produced by Anthony Braxton and Mario Pavone

  Anthony Braxton: piano; Mario Pavone: bass; Thomas Chapin: alto, flute, pic-
  colo; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Pheeroan Aklaff: drums.

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-168 (CD)

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046 - VAV: Masada

    1/ Debir                                    (Zorn)                   8:02
    2/ Shebuah                                  (Zorn)                   8:10
    3/ Mikreh                                   (Zorn)                   3:57
    4/ Tiferet                                  (Zorn)                   4:06
    5/ Nevalah                                  (Zorn)                   2:11
    6/ Miktav                                   (Zorn)                   9:40
    7/ Nashon                                   (Zorn)                   8:38
    8/ Avelut                                   (Zorn)                   7:32
    9/ Beer Sheba                               (Zorn)                   8:50

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City on July 16 and 17, 1995
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW 900 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 6.
  Note: looks like there is also a limited edition of this record.

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047 - TOYS: Uri Caine

    1/ Time Will Tell                           (Caine)                  7:54
    2/ The Prisoner                             (Herbie Hancock)        10:39
    3/ Herbal Blue                              (Caine)                  5:47
    4/ Or Truth?                                (Caine)                  7:22
    5/ Yellow Stars in Heaven                   (Caine)                  9:05
    6/ Over & Out                               (Caine)                  7:53
    7/ Dophin Dance                             (Herbie Hancock)         2:06
    8/ Toys                                     (Herbie Hancock)         7:26
    9/ Cantaloupe Island                        (Hancock, Simpson, Wilkinson 
						and Kelly)               4:40
    10/ Woodpecker                              (Caine)                  4:25
    11/ I'm Meshugah For My Sugah (And My Sugah's Meshugah For Me) 
						(Caine)                  1:41

    Recorded at Power Station, NYC in February and March 1995
    Produced by Stefan F. Winter

  Uri Caine: piano; Don Byron (2,9): bass clarinet; Gary Thomas (1,2,6,8):
  flute, tenor; Dave Douglas (1,2,5,6,8,11): trumpet; Joshua Roseman (2,8):
  trombone; Dave Holland (1-8,10): bass; Ralph Peterson (1-6,8,10): drums; Don
  Alias (1,5,6,10): percussion.

    1995 - Bamboo/Polydor (Japan), POCJ-1289 (CD)
    1995 - JMT (Germany), 514 022-2 (CD)
    2005 - Winter & Winter (Germany), JMT Edition no. 919 077-2 (CD)

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048 - FORCE GREEN: Mark Dresser

    1/ Focus                                    (Dresser)                3:47
    2/ Force Cuisine                            (Dresser)                9:25
    3/ Ediface                                  (Dresser)                8:12
    4/ Bosnia                                   (Dresser)                7:58
    5/ For Miles                                (Dresser)                6:18
    6/ Castles For Carter                       (Dresser)               23:17
      6a/ JC
      6b/ Chain
      6c/ Armadillo
      6d/ BBJC
      6e/ Coda

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studio, New York City on September 8-9, 1994 

  Theo Bleckmann: voice; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Denman Maroney: piano; Mark
  Dresser: bass; Phil Haynes: drums.

    1995 - Soul Note (Italy), 121273-2 (CD)

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049 - POWER LINES: Ned Rothenberg

    1/ Hidalgo                                  (Rothenberg)            11:13
    2/ Strange Saraba nde                       (Rothenberg)            10:33
    3/ Bellhop Vontz                            (Rothenberg)             9:22
    4/ Crosshatch                               (Rothenberg)            12:15
    5/ In The Rotation                          (Rothenberg)            21:26

    Recorded at Sound on Sound, New York City on August 24-25, 1995
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Mark Feldman: violin; Ruth Siegler: viola, violin; Erik Friedlander: cello;
  Mark Dresser: bass; Mike Sarin: drums; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Josh Roseman:
  trombone; Kenny Berger: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Ned Rothenberg:
  alto, bass clarinet; Glen Velez (1,5): frame drums.

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80476-2 (CD)

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050 - SKIN: Dr. Nerve

    1/ Plague                                                            2:59
    2/ Every Screaming Ear                                               0:18
    3/ The Shameful Stain                                                4:53
    4/ Preaching To The Converted                                        5:19
    5/ Phones Where Your Tongue Is                                       0:05
    6/ Nerveware No. 8                                                   2:37
    7/ Little Johnny Stinkypants                                         6:50
    8/ Don't Call Too Late My Husband's A Baker                          3:23
    9/ Beta 14 Ok                                                        1:42
    10/ In His Feet Were Buried Because Of Many Waters                   3:22
    11/ Phones Where The Guitar Is                                       0:13
    12/ I Kick My Hand                                                   3:32
    13/ Dead Silence                                                     5:23
    14/ Ironwood                                                         2:51
    15/ Take Your Ears As The Bones Of Their Queen                       5:06
    16/ Our Soldiers Are Soft Pianos                                     5:06

    All compositions by Nick Didkovsky

  Greg Anderson: electric bass; Leo Ciesa: drums, skins; Nick Didkovsky: elec-
  tric guitars; Dave Douglas: trumpet, "baritone thing"; Yves Duboin: soprano;
  Rob Henke: trumpet, voice on (2); Michael Lytle: bass clarinet, contrabass 
  clarinet; Marc Wagnon: vibraphone, samples.

    1995 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 70 (CD)

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051 - ECLECTIC GUITARS: various artists

  This record features Billy Jenkins, Robert Fripp String Quartet, David Toop,
  Invisible String Quartet, Terry Edwards, Seigen Ono, Elliott Sharp, David
  and Michael Starobin, G.P. Hall, Doctor Nerve, Robert Poss, Gilles Gobeil
  and René Lussier, Jeremy Peyton Jones, Bill Frisell with BCMG and Mike
  Gibbs, Frank Zappa.

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Doctor Nerve:

    14/ Dead Silence                            (Nick Didkovsky)         5:25

    1995 - Unknown Public (UK), UP06 (CD/CT)

  See SKIN (1995) for further references.

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052 - ROBOCOP: A FUTURE TO THIS LIFE: various artists

  Original TV soundtrack.

    8/ Stuff Ya Gotta Watch                     (The Band)               2:48

    (8) produced by John Simon, The Band, Aaron L. Hurwitz, and Scott

    1995 - Rhino (USA), 71888 (CD)

  Note: see JERICHO (1993) for further references on (8)

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053 - VIVA! LA WOMAN: Cibo Matto

    1/ Apple                                    (Cibo Matto)             4:00
    2/ Beef Jerky                               (Cibo Matto)             2:25
    3/ Sugar Water                              (C.B., Ennio Morricone)  4:29
    4/ White Pepper Ice Cream                   (Cibo Matto)             5:10
    5/ Birthday Cake                            (Cibo Matto)             3:15
    6/ Know Your Chicken                        (Cibo Matto)             4:21
    7/ Theme                                    (Cibo Matto)            10:50
    8/ The Candy Man                            (L. Bricusse, A. Newley) 3:12
    9/ Le Pain Perdu                            (Cibo Matto)             3:27
    10/ Artichoke                               (Cibo Matto, K. Erguner) 6:38
    11/ unlisted and untitled track                                      0:18

    Recorded at Sunset Sound Factory, Electric Ladyland Studio, etc
    Produced by Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake with Cibo Matto

  Miho Hatori: vocals; Yuka Honda: keyboards, guitar; Dougie Bowne: drums;
  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Joshua Roseman: trombone; Jay Rodriguez: saxophone;
  Rick Lee: some horn (?); Marc Anthony Thompson: ???; Bernie Worrell: organ.

    1996 - Warner Bros. (USA), 9 45989-1 (LP)
    1996 - Warner Bros. (USA), 9 45989-2 (CD)
    1996 - Bad News Records (Japan), BNCY-3 (CD)

  Note: the Japanese pressing has three bonus tracks:

    11/ Jive
    12/ Sugar Water Remix
    13/ Aguas De Marco

  See SUPER RELAX (1997) for further references on (13).

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054 - THE TOWER OF MIRRORS: David Shea

    1/ Red Jade                                 (Shea)                   1:43
    2/ Entering                                 (Shea)                   1:27
    3/ The Tower                                (Shea)                   2:56
    4/ Mirrors                                  (Shea)                   0:46
    5/ Elegy                                    (Shea)                   3:13
    6/ Exotic Gardens                           (Shea)                   2:30
    7/ Locus Solus                              (Shea)                   2:10
    8/ The Green Green World                    (Shea)                   2:35
    9/ Kuan-Yin Mirrors                         (Shea)                   2:35   
    10/ The Forbidden City                      (Shea)                   1:45
    11/ The Machines                            (Shea)                   1:40
    12/ Chang-O Changes Form                    (Shea)                   3:45
    13/ Tuning                                  (Shea)                   1:25
    14/ The The Pure Land Illusions             (Shea)                   6:31   
    15/ Canto I-XX                              (Shea)                   2:08
    16/ Schizoid                                (Shea)                   5:25
    17/ Hammer And Anvil                        (Shea)                   2:56
    18/ The Red Chapel                          (Shea)                   3:14
    19/ Canton Noir Blues                       (Shea)                   4:32
    20/ Song Of The Old                         (Shea)                   1:18
    21/ The Lovers                              (Shea)                   3:16
    22/ Sallambo & Salome                       (Shea)                   4:43
    23/ Broken Jade. Four Directions Battle     (Shea)                   5:38
    24/ The Elder Of The Void. Awakening        (Shea)                   3:07

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, Harmonic Ranch Studio, Jim Cain's 
    Studio, Jim Pugliese's Studio, New York City in September-October 1995

  Simeon Cain: tabla, percussion; Erik Friedlander: cello; David Morley: 
  analog synthesizer programming; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Zeena Parkins: piano,
  prepared piano; Jim Pugliese: bowed vibes, mbira, percussion; David Shea:
  sampler, piano, texts; Jim Dungan: protools editing engineer; Ian Bryan:
  live recordings engineer; Tiziana Kutic: Italian and French text; Vivian
  Huang: Mandarin Chinese narration and text compilations.

    1995 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), sr94 (CD)
    2006 - Metta (Australia), ??? (CD)

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055 - ZATTERE ALLA DERIVA: various artists

  This record features John Zorn & Masada (2), Die Knoedel (3), Iva Bittova
  (4), Lingua Franca & Val Resia Ensemble (5), Quartetto Vocale Giovanna 
  Marini (6), Pascal Comelade & Bel Canto Orquestra (7), Phil Minton & Veryan
  Weston (8), Fred Frith & Bob Ostertag (9), B-Shops for the Poor (10), Rale
  (11), Makam (12), Amy Denio (13), Boris Kovac & Ritual Nova Ensemble (14).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Masada:

    2/ Abidan                                   (Zorn)                   6:51

    Recorded by Jim Anderson at Power Station, New York City on June 22, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Joey Baron: drums; Greg Cohen: bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet.

    1995 - More Music (Italy), MOMus 003 (CD)

  Note: the Masada track is an outtake from a Masada studio session (it was a
  second take previously unreleased).

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056 - CONSENSUS: New & Used

    1/ Melchior Kimmel                          (Laster)                 3:33
    2/ Petals                                   (Douglas)                7:40
    3/ Alignment                                (Laster)                 6:12
    4/ American Gladiators                      (Feldman)               11:14
    5/ Bomar                                    (Driscoll)               5:52
    6/ Stentor                                  (Laster)                 7:54
    7/ Straw Hat                                (Driscoll)               3:33
    Countercultures                             (Douglas)
      8/ I                                                              11:32
      9/ II                                                              8:53
      10/ III                                                            3:41

    Recorded at Sound on Sound, New York City on October 8 and 9, 1993
    Produced by New & Used

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Kermit Driscoll: bass; Mark Feldman: violin; Tom
  Rainey: drums; Andy Laster: alto, baritone saxophone.

    1996 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-163 (CD)

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057 - 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.

  Dave Douglas plays on two tracks, one with the Anthony Braxton and Mario 
  Pavone Quintet:

    3/ Eronel                                   (T. Monk)                8:24

  Anthony Braxton: piano; Mario Pavone: bass; Thomas Chapin: alto; Dave 
  Douglas: trumpet; Pheeroan akLaff: drums.

  and one with Mark Dresser:

    10/ Step Up! See The Amazing Cesare         (Dresser)                5:06

  Mark Dresser: bass; Denman Maroney: prepared piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet.

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

  See SEVEN STANDARDS - 1995 (1995) for further references on (3).
  See THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1994) for further references on (10).

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058 - JOHN ZORN: LIVE AT THE PECCI MUSEUM: John Zorn

    1/ untitled
    2/ untitled
    3/ untitled
    4/ untitled

    Recorded live at Pecci Museum, Italy on March 7, 1995

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1996 (?) - ??? (Italy), ??? (opaque orange vinyl 7")
    1996 (?) - ??? (Italy), ??? (opaque green vinyl 7")
    1996 (?) - ??? (Italy), ??? (opaque purple vinyl 7")

  Note: limited edition of 1000.

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059 - FIVE: Dave Douglas

    1/ Invasive Procedure                       (Douglas)                0:41
    2/ Mirrors (for Steve Lacy)                 (Douglas)                2:56
    3/ Going, Going (for Wayne Shorter)         (Douglas)                5:40
    4/ Seven (for Mark Dresser)                 (Douglas)                8:54
    5/ Who Knows                                (Thelonious Monk)        4:35
    6/ The Inflated Tear                        (Rahsaan Roland Kirk)    6:16
    7/ Actualities (for Woody Shaw)             (Douglas)               13:31
    8/ Knit Brow                                (Douglas)                0:55
    9/ Over Farrell's (for John Cage)           (Douglas)                8:04
    10/ Mogador (for John Zorn)                 (Douglas)                8:10

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on July 31 and August 1, 1995
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Drew
  Gress: bass; Michael Sarin: drums.

    1996 - Soul Note (Italy), 121276-2 (CD)

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060 - FILMWORKS III: John Zorn

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

    Recorded in New York City in July 1993

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

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

    Recorded in New York City in February 1988

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

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

    Recorded in New York City on April 21, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Marc Ribot: guitars.

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

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

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

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

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061 - THE SONGLINES ANTHOLOGY: various artists

  This record features Babkas (1), Patrick Zimmerli Ensemble (2), François 
  Houle & Andreaas Kahre (3), Human Feel (4), Ben Monder trio (5), Andy 
  Laster's Hydra (6), The Recyclers (7), Ellery Eskelin (8), Matt Rogalsky 
  (9), Paul Plimley (10), Dave Douglas Tiny Bell Trio (11).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with the Tiny Bell Trio:

    11/ Head-on Kouvlodsko                      (Douglas)               10:15

    Recorded live at Studio 16, Vancouver (Canada) on July 1, 1995
    Produced by Tony Reif

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Brad Schoeppach: guitar; Jim Black: drums.

    1996 - Songlines (Canada), SGL 4201-2 (CD)

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062 - PARTICULAR VERNACULAR: Pere Soto, Bill Gerhardt

    1/ Particular Vernacular                                             4:20
    2/ Terrible Parable                         (Soto, Gerhardt)         4:31
    3/ Tergivesations                           (Gerhardt)               5:30
    4/ Vigil                                    (Gerhardt)               6:02
    5/ Twenty-One                               (Gerhardt)               4:17
    6/ Born Again                               (Soto)                   6:37
    7/ Reina Reflexia                           (Soto)                  11:41
    8/ I Dream You                              (Soto)                   3:38
    9/ Per Elisa                                (Soto)                  10:09
    10/ Particular Vernacular                                            4:22

    (1,10) composed by Jon Thornton, Tim Gordon, Bill Gerhardt, Ron Brendle
    and James Baker

    Recorded at Acoustic Recordings, New York City on February 24 and March
    16, 1994
    Produced by Bill Gerhardt

  Dave Douglas (1,7,9,10): trumpet; David Liebman (1,3,4,10): sax; Pere Soto:
  guitar; Bill Gerhardt: piano; Ben Allison: bass; Jeff Ballard: drums.

    1996 - Planet X (Netherlands), CD 017 (CD)

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063 - BAR KOKHBA: John Zorn
  
  Music interpreted by Masada Chamber Ensembles.

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

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

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

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

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

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064 - NINE OBJECTS OF DESIRE: Suzanne Vega

    1/ Birth-Day (Love Made Real)               (Vega)                   3:36
    2/ Headshots                                (Vega, Froom)            3:07
    3/ Caramel                                  (Vega)                   2:53
    4/ Stockings                                (Vega)                   3:31
    5/ Casual Match                             (Vega, Froom)            3:10
    6/ Thin Man                                 (Vega)                   3:38
    7/ No Cheap Thrill                          (Vega)                   3:09
    8/ World Before Columbus                    (Vega)                   3:26
    9/ Lolita                                   (Vega, Froom)            3:31
    10/ Honeymoon Suite                         (Vega)                   2:56
    11/ Tombstone                               (Vega)                   3:01
    12/ My Favorite Plum                        (Vega)                   2:18

    Recorded at the Magic Shop, New York
    Produced by Mitchell Froom

  Suzanne Vega: vocals, guitars; Bruce Thomas (1-3,5,7-9): bass; Jerry Marotta
  (1,3-7,9-12): drums, percussion; Pete Thomas (1-3,5-9,12): drums, percus-
  sion; Steve Donnelly (1-3,6-9,11,12): electric guitars, slide guitar; 
  Mitchell Froom: keyboards; Tchad Blake (2,5,7,10,11): whistle sample, gui-
  tar, effects; Don Byron (3,7): clarinets; Dave Douglas (3,6,7,9): trumpet;
  Cecilia Sparacio (3,5,7,9): flutes; Sebastian Steinberg (4,7,10-12): bass;
  Mark Feldman (4): violin; Jane Scarpantoni (4,7,12): cellos; Matthew Pierce
  (4): strings; Ted Falcon (4): strings; Yuval Gabay (11): drums.

    1996 - A&M Records (USA), 31454 0583 2 (CD)
    1996 - A&M Records (USA), 31454 0583 4 (CT)
    1996 - Polygram (France), 540 583 2 (CD)
    1996 - Polygram (France), 540 583 4 (CT)

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065 - NINE OBJECTS OF DESIRE: Suzanne Vega

  Promotional sampler.

    1/ No Cheap Thrill                          (Vega)                   3:09
    2/ Casual Match                             (Vega, Froom)            3:10
    3/ Headshots                                (Vega, Froom)            3:10
    4/ Caramel                                  (Vega)                   2:53
    5/ World Before Columbus                    (Vega)                   3:26

    1996 - A&M Records (France), 6400 (CD)

  See NINE OBJECTS OF DESIRE (1996) for further references.

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066 - NO CHEAP THRILL: Suzanne Vega

    1/ No Cheap Thrill                          (Vega)                   3:09
    2/ Luka                                     (Vega)                   3:51
    3/ Marlene On The Wall                      (Vega)                   3:37
    4/ Tom's Diner                              (Vega)                   2:08

    1996 - A&M Records, 581 869-2 (CD)

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067 - THE SAME RIVER, TWICE: Myra Melford

    1/ Bound Unbound                            (Melford)                5:11
    2/ Crush                                    (Melford)               15:36
    3/ Changes I & II                           (Melford)                8:33
    4/ Drawing In The Dark (A Prayer For Peace In The Balkans)
                                                (Melford)                8:32
    5/ The Large Ends The Way                   (Melford)               24:39

    Produced by Myra Melford and Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Erik Friedlander: cello; Myra Melford: piano; Michael
  Sarin: drums; Chris Speed: tenor, Bb clarinet.

    1996 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79513 (CD)

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068 - WHAT IS JAZZ? FESTIVAL 1996: various artists

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

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Myra Melford - The Same River, Twice:

    8/ Changes I                                (Melford)                8:17

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

  Myra Melford: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Chris Speed: sax; Erik 
  Friedlander: cello; Mike Sarin: drums.

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

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069 - ZAYIN: Masada

    1/ Shevet                                   (Zorn)                   7:58
    2/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)                   3:24
    3/ Mahshav                                  (Zorn)                   6:16
    4/ Shamor                                   (Zorn)                   5:09
    5/ Bacharach                                (Zorn)                   1:24
    6/ Otoit                                    (Zorn)                   3:27
    7/ Nevuah                                   (Zorn)                   8:22
    8/ Kedem                                    (Zorn)                   9:55
    9/ Zemer                                    (Zorn)                   2:14
    10/ Evel                                    (Zorn)                   5:35
    11/ Tekufah                                 (Zorn)                   6:59

    Recorded at Power Station, New York on April 16, 1996

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1996 - DIW (Japan), DIW-915 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 7.

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070 - SERPENTINE: Han Bennink, Dave Douglas

    1/ Two Clogs For Comfort                    (Bennink, Douglas)       2:27
    2/ Too Close For Comfort                    (Bock, Holofcener, Weiss)4:32
    3/ Stekelbaarsje                            (Bennink, Douglas)       3:01
    4/ Neck Four                                (Bennink, Douglas)       4:44
    5/ Young And Foolish                        (Horwitt, Hague)         3:54
    6/ Serpentine                               (Douglas)                4:15
    7/ Rein                                     (Bennink)                3:54
    8/ Greenleaf                                (Douglas)                2:01
    9/ Alap                                     (Bennink, Douglas)      11:36
    10/ Cherokee                                (Noble)                  4:07
    11/ ZVV                                     (Bennink, Douglas)       1:35
    12/ Delft                                   (Douglas)                6:00
    13/ Inamorata                               (Bennink, Douglas)       2:14

    Recorded at Koeienverhuur (Rent-a-Cow) Studio, Purmerend (Holland) on
    January 30, 1996
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Han Bennink: drums, cymbals, clogs, French violin, harmonica, other stuff;
  Dave Douglas: trumpet.

    1996 - Songlines (Canada), SGL 1510-2 (CD)

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071 - WAY LOW: Greg Cohen

    1/ Way Low                                  (Duke Ellington)         7:42
    2/ B&W                                      (Cohen)                  3:13
    3/ Salta Montes                             (Cohen)                  6:27
    4/ Lazurite                                 (Cohen)                  8:35
    5/ Creole Rhapsody                          (Duke Ellington)         7:42
      5a/ Blues
      5b/ Rhapsody
    6/ Beheading Your Way                       (Cohen)                  2:21
    7/ Octaboo                                  (Cohen)                  5:52
    8/ So Sorry, Please                         (Bud Powell)             3:38
    9/ For Mica                                 (Cohen)                  5:44

    Recorded at RPM Studios, NYC on December 28 & 29, 1995
    Produced by Greg Cohen & Kazunori Sugiyama

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Joel Hellany: trombone; Scott Robinson: clarinet,
  flute, tenor, bass saxophone; Ted Rosenthal: piano; Romero Lubambo (3,9):
  guitar; Greg Cohen: bass; Tony Denicola: drums; Kenny Wollesen (3,9):
  percussion.

    1996 - DIW (Japan), DIW 918 (CD)

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072 - SHERYL CROW: Sheryl Crow

    1/ Maybe Angels                             (Crow, Bottrell)         4:56
    2/ A Change Would Do You Good               (Crow, Trott, MacLeod)   3:50
    3/ Home                                     (Crow)                   4:51
    4/ Sweet Rosalyn                            (Crow, Trott)            3:58
    5/ If It Makes You Happy                    (Crow, Trott)            5:23
    6/ Redemption Day                           (Crow)                   4:27
    7/ Hard To Make A Stand                     (Crow, Bottrell, Wolfe,
                                                 RSBryan)                3:07
    8/ Everyday Is A Winding Road               (Crow, Trott, MacLeod)   4:16
    9/ Love Is A Good Thing                     (Crow, Wadhams)          4:43
    10/ Oh Marie                                (Crow)                   3:30
    11/ Superstar                               (Crow, Trott)            4:58
    12/ The Book                                (Crow, Trott)            4:34
    13/ Ordinary Morning                        (Crow)                   3:55

    Recorded at Kingsway Studio, New Orleans, Sunset Sound Factory, Los
    Angeles, Sunset Sound, Los Angeles
    Produced by Sheryl Crow

  Sheryl Crow: vocals, guitars, Moog bass, Wurlitzer, loop, Hammond, bass,
  piano, pennyosley, harmonium; Jeff Trott (1-6,8,11-13): guitars, vocals,
  loop; Brian MacLeod (1-4,8): loop, drums; Davey Faragher (2,4): fuzz bass;
  Todd Wolfe (2,4,9): guitars, dobro; Michael Urbano (4-6,8,11,13): drums,
  snare; Steve Berlin (4): saxophone; Dan Rothchild (5): bass; Pete Thomas
  (6-7,10): drum kit, drums; Steve Donnelly (6-8,10): dobro, guitars; Mitchell
  Froom (8,12): dueling harmonium, keyboards, string and horn arrangements;
  Neil Finn (8): vocals; Tad Wadhams (9): bass; Wally Ingram (9): djembe,
  drums; RSBryan (9): wah guitar; Anders Rundblad (11,13): bass; Jim Keltner
  (12): drums; Bob Stewart (12): tuba; Curtis Fowlkes (12): trombone; Dave
  Douglas (12): trumpet; Josh Roseman (12): trombone; Jane Scarpantoni (12):
  cello.

    1996 - A & M Records (USA), 31454 0587 2 IN02 (CD)
    1996 - A & M Records (USA), 31454 0587 4 FL02 (CT)

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073 - LEGACY: Michael Callen

  Disc 1:
    1/ Love Worth Fighting For 			(Callen, Malamet) 	 5:49
    2/ Redefine the Family 			(Callen)		 3:57
    3/ Better in the Moonlight 			(Callen)		 4:42
    4/ 6:30 Sunday Morning/Right as the Rain 	(Allen) 		 5:06
    5/ Now 					(Allen) 		 5:02
    6/ Two Men Dance the Tango 			(Judson) 		 3:06
    7/ Glitter and Be Gay 			(Bernstein, Wilbur) 	 5:35
    8/ My Imagination 				(Callen) 		 3:38
    9/ Crazy World 				(Callen) 		 4:51
    10/ We've Had Enough 			(Callen) 		 4:50
    11/ No No 					(Callen) 		 3:44
    12/ Grade B Movie 				(Ruddick) 		 3:35
    13/ Warm as the Wind 			(Yowell) 		 4:43
    14/ Kerosene Lantern 			(Mayhan) 		 3:19
    15/ Sometimes Not Often Enough 		(Mancini) 		 2:01
  Disc 2:
    1/ They Are Falling All Around Me 		(Reagon) 		 4:09
    2/ Wish I Had a Dime 			(Yowell) 		 4:06
    3/ Yes I'll Take My Chances 		(Yowell) 		 3:05
    4/ Nothing Lasts Forever 			(Johnston) 		 2:38
    5/ See Here 				(Mayhan) 		 4:08
    6/ Healing Power of Love 			(Callen, Malamet) 	 6:53
    7/ Round About 				(Duke, Nash) 		 4:56
    8/ Street of Dreams 			(Callen) 		 3:37
    9/ Mother, Mother 				(Williamson) 		 3:34
    10/ Do Not Turn Away 			(Bucchino) 		 3:15
    11/ One More Lullaby 			(Green, Malamet) 	 4:11
    12/ Goodbye 				(Elton John, B. Taupin)	 2:01
    13/ Smile					(Chaplin, Turner,
                                                Parsons)		 1:43
    14/ Sacred 					(Sandberg) 		 4:56

  Michael Callen: guitar, keyboards, vocals; Jon Arterton: background vocals;
  Oren Bloedow: bass; Pamela Brandt: bass, background vocals; John Bucchino:
  organ, piano, background vocals; Allan Chase: alto; Keith Christopher: back-
  ground vocals; Janet Cleary: guitar; Tom Coppola: piano; Robert DeBellis: 
  baritone saxophone; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Richard Dworkin: drums, percus-
  sion, background vocals; Aurelio Font: spanish vocals; Joel Forrester: 
  piano; Tret Fure: vocals; Rachelle Garniez: background vocals; Diana 
  Grasselli: backgrounmd vocals; Tom Hannan: backgrounmd vocals; Jim Hartog:
  baritone saxophone; Fred Hersch: piano; Kato Hideki: bass; Dave Hofstra: 
  bass, tuba; Jesse Hultberg: background vocals; Phillip Johnston: alto; Jeff
  Krassner: background vocals; David Lasley: background vocals; Jim Leff: 
  trombone; Robert Lopez: background vocals; Marsha Malamet: piano, background
  vocals; Arnold McCuller: background vocals; Randa McNamara: background 
  vocals; T.J. Myers: background vocals; Holly Near: vocals; Elliot Pilshaw:
  background vocals; Adam Rogers: guitar; Joe Ruddick: organ, Hammond organ,
  piano; Jimmy Rutland: background vocals; Larry Saltzman: guitar; Steve 
  Sandberg: drums, percussion, piano, synthesizer; Paul Shapiro: saxophone; 
  Elliot Sokolov: keyboards, background vocals; Steve Swell: trombone; Cliff
  Townsend: background vocals; Tomas Ulrich: cello; Gene Van Burne: vocals; 
  John West: background vocals; Darryl "Floyd" Williams : background vocals;
  Cris Williamson: vocals; Karen Ziegler: vocals.

    1996 - Significant Other Records (?), ??? (2xCD)

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074 - HOLY SMOKES: Suzzy Roche

    1/ My My Broken Heart                                                3:28
    2/ Crash                                                             4:11
    3/ Eggshell                                                          3:23
    4/ Holy Smokes                                                       3:17
    5/ Rules                                                             3:38
    6/ The Second Coming Of Eli                                          3:15
    7/ Losing                                                            4:26
    8/ Lightning Storm                                                   3:16
    9/ ABC's                                                             3:26
    10/ Pink Ballet Slippers                                             3:36
    11/ Breathing                                                        3:09
    12/ Two Bumps On A Log                                               3:55

    Recorded at The Shinebox, New York

  Suzzy Roche: vocals, guitar, Wurlitzer piano; Maggie Roche: vocals; Jules
  Shear: vocals; Steuart Smith: guitar, pencil guitar, E-bow, piano, Wurlitzer
  piano, harmonium; Stewart Lerman: guitar, electric guitar, piano, bass,
  percussion; David Mansfield: guitar, electric guitar, banjo, violin, dobro;
  Larry Campbell: violin; Dave Douglas (11): trumpet; Charlie Giordano: piano,
  accordion; James Busby: piano; Paul Ossola: bass; Frank Vilardi: drums,
  dumbek; Joe Bonadio: drums, percussion.

    1997 - Red House Records (USA), RHR CD 104 (CD)

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075 - EVERY SCREAMING EAR: Doctor Nerve

    1/ Nerveware No. 8                          (Didkovsky)              2:44
    2/ Splinter                                 (Didkovsky)              2:28
    3/ Money Where Your Mainz Is                (Didkovsky)              0:57
    4/ Wir Sind Dickhauser                      (Didkovsky)              1:48
    5/ Where Mainz Is Your Unna                 (Didkovsky)              1:04
    6/ Unnas Rumpus                             (Didkovsky)              0:58
    7/ Sister Cancer Brother Dollar             (Didkovsky)              2:30
    8/ Armed Observation                        (Didkovsky)              2:28
    9/ Nerveware No. 3                          (Didkovsky)              4:11
    10/ Preaching To The Converted              (Didkovsky)              5:28
    11/ Beta 14 Ok                              (Didkovsky)              1:44
    12/ Nothing You Can Do Phone Me             (Didkovsky)              0:05
    13/ Nerveware No. 1                         (Didkovsky)              0:30
    14/ Dumb Deconstruction                     (Didkovsky)              5:07
    15/ They Were As If They Also Which Pierced Him
                                                (Didkovsky)              2:24
    16/ Spy Boy                                 (Didkovsky)              3:11
    17/ Pain Waits Until 5pm                    (Didkovsky)              6:35
    18/ Verily Streaming Aria                   (Lytle, Anderson, Ciesa,
                                                Didkovsky)               0:44
    19/ Out To Bomb Fresh Kings                 (Didkovsky)              1:29
    20/ When It Blows Its Stacks                (Captain Beefheart)      5:35

    (1) recorded at the White Recital Hall, UMKC on May 15, 1996
    (2,9,13,14,18) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York on May 29, 1992
    (3-8,12,15-17) recorded in Mainz, Germany on October 18, 1992
    (10,11) recorded in Tokyo, Japan on August 4, 1996
    (19) recorded in Tilburg, The Netherlands on January 20, 1992
    (20) recorded in June 1996
    Produced by Nick Didkovsky

  Nick Didkovsky: electric guitar, vocals; Greg Anderson: electric bass; Leo
  Ciesa: drums; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Yves Duboin: soprano; Rob Henke:
  trumpet, vocals on (20); Michael Lytle: bass clarinet; Marc Wagnon: vibes;
  New Ear Ensemble (1); Isso Yukihiro Group (10,11); Meridian Arts Ensemble
  (20).

    1997 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 88 (CD)

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076 - SUPER RELAX: Cibo Matto

    1/ Sugar Water                              (Morricone)              4:28
    2/ Sugar Water (Mike D./Russell Simins/Mario Caldato Jr. Remix)
                                                (Morricone)              4:34
    3/ Spoon                                    (Cibo Matto)             4:03
    4/ BBQ                                      (CM, SL, TE)             4:55
    5/ Aguas De Marco                           (Antonio Carlos Jobim)   3:15
    6/ Sing This All Together                   (Jagger, Richards)       4:43
    7/ Sugar Water (Acoustic)                   (Morricone)              6:53
    8/ Crumbs                                   (CB, Bowne)              3:03
    9/ Sugar Water (Coldcut Remix)              (Morricone)              6:49

    (1) recorded at Sunset Sound Factory, Los Angeles
    (3,7) recorded at Magic Shop, New York City
    (4) recorded at the 40 Watt Club, Athens (USA) on October 26, 1996
    (5) recorded at Sear Sound, New York City
    (6) recorded at Yellow Studio, Chapel Hill (USA)
    (8) recorded at Yuka's house
    (1) produced by Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake with Cibo Matto
    (3,7) produced by Yuka Honda and Mario Caldato Jr.
    (5,6,8) produced by Yuka Honda

  Miho Hatori: AKG 414, Audix OM3, Shure SM58, vocals; Yuka Honda: DJ70, Juno
  60, electric piano, piano, bass; Sean Lennon (3-7): bass, drums, microphone;
  Timo Ellis (4,6,7): drums, guitar, percussion, microphone; Dougie Bowne (3,
  5,7,8): drums, percussion; Marc Ribot (3,5,7): guitar; Dave Douglas (5): 
  trumpet; Curtis Fowlkes (5): trombone; Russell Simins (2,5): microphone, 
  drums; Mike D (2): microphone.

    1997 - Warner Bros. (USA), 9 46478-1 (LP)
    1997 - Warner Bros. (USA), 9 46478-2 (CD)
    2000 - Bad News Records (Japan), BNCP-18 (CD)

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077 - URLICHT/PRIMAL LIGHT: Uri Caine

    1/ Symphony No. 5, Funeral March                                     5:52
    2/ The Drummer Boy from "The Boy's Magic Horn"                       5:45
    3/ Now Will The Sun Rise As Brightly from "Songs Of The Death Of
       Children"                                                         1:50
    4/ I Often Think They Have Merely Gone Out! from "Songs Of The Death
       of Children"                                                      3:33
    5/ Symphony No. 1 "Titan", 3rd Movement                             12:02
    6/ Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection", Primal Light                       2:31
    7/ I Went Out This Morning Over The Countryside from "Songs Of A
       Wayfarer" Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection", Andante Moderato         6:54
    8/ Symphony No. 5, Adagietto                                        10:35
    9/ The Drunkard In Spring from "The Song Of The Earth"               7:50
    10/ Who Thought Up This Song from "The Boy's Magic Horn"             2:36
    11/ The Farewell from "The Song Of The Earth"                        7:50

    Recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn, New York on June 11-14, June 22 and
    June 26, 1996
    Produced by Stefan Winter
  
  Joey Baron: drums; Aaron Ben Soussan: cantor, hand drums; Dave Binney:
  soprano; Danny Blume: guitar, electronics; Dean Bowman: vocals; Don Byron:
  clarinet; Uri Caine: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman: violin;
  Michael Formanek: bass; Larry Gold: cello; Arto Lindsay: vocals; DJ Olive:
  turntables; Josh Roseman: trombone.

    1997 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 004-2 (CD)

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078 - NATURE OF THE BEAST: Michael Formanek

    1/ Emerger                                  (Formanek)               5:26
    2/ The Dry Season                           (Formanek)               7:58
    3/ Grand Bizarre                            (Formanek)              11:06
    4/ Don't Go There...                        (Formanek)               5:31
    5/ Excruciation                             (Formanek)               6:19
    6/ El Niño                                  (Formanek)               9:15
    7/ Lickin' Center                           (Formanek)              10:25
    8/ Thick Skin/Dangerous Crustaceans         (Formanek)              11:55

    Recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn, New York on March 31 and April 1, 1996

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Steve Swell: trombone; Michael Formanek: bass; Jim
  Black: drums; Tim Berne (4,8): alto; Tony Malaby (5,6,8): tenor; Chris Speed
  (8): clarinet.

    1997 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9308 2 (CD)

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079 - SHOE STRING SYMPHONETTES: Marc Ribot

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

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

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

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

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

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080 - JOHN COLTRANE'S ASCENSION: Rova's 1995

    1/ Welcome                                  (Coltrane)               7:17
    2/ Ascension                                (Coltrane)              49:59

    Recorded at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco on December 6,
    1995
    Produced by Jon Raskin & Larry Ochs

  Bruce Ackley (2): tenor; Steve Adams (2): alto; Larry Ochs: tenor; Jon
  Raskin (2): alto; Glenn Spearman (2): tenor; Dave Douglas (2): trumpet;
  Raphe Malik (2): trumpet; Chris Brown: keyboards; Lisle Ellis: bass; George
  Cremaschi (2): bass; Donald Robinson: drums.

    1997 - Black Saint (Italy), 120180-2 (CD)

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081 - LIVE IN EUROPE: Tiny Bell Trio

    1/ Around The Bend                          (Douglas)                7:13
    2/ Bardot                                   (Douglas)                5:42
    3/ Zeno                                     (Douglas)               11:41
    4/ Preprandial                              (Douglas)                3:41
    5/ Song For My Father-In-Law/Uncle Wiggly   (Douglas)                9:46
    6/ Langsam                                  (Robert Schumann)        3:58
    7/ Not Thinkin' Too Good                    (Douglas)                8:21
    8/ If The Cherry Tree Still Stands          (Douglas)                6:17
    9/ Czardas                                  (traditional Hungarian)  6:17

    (9) recorded at Luchtbal, Antwerp (Belgium) on October 10, 1996
    (5) recorded at Paradox, Tilburg (Holland) on October 22, 1996
    (2,4,7) recorded at Bimhuis, Amsterdam on October 23, 1996
    (1,3,6,8) recorded at Theatre an der Molenlaan, Bussum (Holland) on
    October 24, 1996
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Brad Schoeppach: guitar; Jim Black: drums, percus-
  sion.

    1997 - Arabesque Jazz (USA), AJ0126 (CD)

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082 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: BURT BACHARACH: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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083 - SIGHT UNHEARD: Jamie Baum

    1/ Seven Sides To The Story                 (Baum)                   7:20
    2/ Sight Unheard                            (Baum)                   8:17
    3/ Aftermath                                (Baum)                   7:38
    4/ Evolution                                (Baum)                   8:44
    5/ Una Muy Bonita                           (Ornette Coleman)        6:56
    6/ In The Offing                            (Baum)                   4:50
    7/ Time Frame                               (Baum)                   8:11
    8/ The Ambivert                             (Baum)                   9:07
    9/ Down The Way                             (Baum)                   4:30

    (1,6-9) recorded at Steve Davis Studio, New York in January 1995
    (2-5) recorded at Systems Two, New York in December 1995
    Produced by Jamie Baum and Richie Beirach

  Jamie Baum: flute, alto flute; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Kenny Werner (2,4,5):
  piano; Roberta Piket (1,6-9): piano; Drew Gress: bass; Jeff Hirshfield: 
  drums.

    1997 - GM Records (USA), GM 3031 CD (CD)

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084 - HET: Masada

    1/ Schechem					(Zorn)			11:25
    2/ Elilah					(Zorn)			 4:38
    3/ Kodashim					(Zorn)			 4:40
    4/ Halom					(Zorn)			 2:00
    5/ Ne'eman					(Zorn)			 9:56
    6/ Abed-Nego				(Zorn)			 7:14
    7/ Tohorot					(Zorn)			 4:39
    8/ Mochin					(Zorn)			 6:37
    9/ Amarim					(Zorn)			 4:28
    10/ Khebar					(Zorn)			 4:40
  
    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on August 1, 1996
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1997 - DIW (Japan), DIW-925 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 8.

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085 - SANCTUARY: Dave Douglas

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

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

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

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

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086 - PAPER CUTS: Sarah Pillow

    1/ A-Tisket,'A-Tasket                       (Fitzgerald, Feldman)    2:23
    2/ Desafinado                               (A. C. Jobim)            4:16
    3/ Comfirmation                             (C. Parker)              3:07
    4/ You're Everything                        (C. Corea)               4:31
    5/ 'Round Midnight                          (T. Monk)                5:47
    6/ Night and Day                            (C. Porter)              5:06
    7/ A Cuild is Born                          (T. Jones)               3:45
    8/ Moody's Mood for Love                    (J. Moody)               3:48
    9/ Bluesette                                (T. Thielemans)          2:59
    10/ My Funny Valentine                      (R. Rodgers, L. Hart)    5:52
    11/ Joy Spring                              (C. Brown)               2:52
    12/ I Can Dream, Can't I                    (S. Fain, I. Kahal)      2:54

  Sarah Pillow: vocals; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Marc Wagnon: vibes; Van
  Manakas: guitar; Leo Traversa: bass; Adriano Santos: drums; John Romagnoli:
  drums.

    1997 - Buckyball Records (USA), BBM001 (CD)

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087 - STARGAZER: Dave Douglas

    1/ Spring Ahead                             (Douglas)                4:24
    2/ Goldfish                                 (Douglas)               10:28
    3/ Stargazer                                (Douglas)                6:39
    4/ Four Sleepers                            (Douglas)               10:23
    5/ On The Milky Way Express                 (Wayne Shorter)          4:12
    6/ Pug Nose                                 (Wayne Shorter)          4:41
    7/ Dark Sky                                 (Douglas)                5:53
    8/ Intuitive Science                        (Douglas)                8:49
    9/ Diana                                    (Wayne Shorter)          4:32

    Recorded at Systems Two Recording, Brooklyn (New York) on December 30,
    1996
    Produced Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Chris Speed: tenor, clarinet; Joshua Roseman: trom-
  bone; Uri Caine: piano; James Genus: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1997 - Arabesque (USA), AJ0132 (CD)

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088 - IT'S MONK'S TUNE: various artists

  This record features Monk's songs performed by Jessica Williams (1), Chet
  Baker (2), Elvin Jones (3), John Scofield (4), Brian Trainor (5), Kevin
  Magogany (6), Horace Parlan (7), Kenny Barron (8), Larry Gales (9), Fred
  Hersch (10), Abbey Lincoln (11), Aki Takase/David Murray (12).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Fred Hersch:

    10/ Evidence                                (Fred Hersch)            5:05

    1997 - JazzFest (USA), 2203 (CD)

  See POINT IN TIME (1995) for further references on (10).

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089 - POTION: New Winds

    1/ Initial                                  (RD,HR,NR)               1:57
    2/ Co-Enzyme                                (Robertson)              9:03
    3/ Idi Om                                   (RD,HR,NR)               2:37
    4/ Romper Room                              (Rothenberg)             6:57
    5/ Cling Wrap                               (RD,HR,NR)               6:00
    6/ Hit 2                                    (RD,HR,NR)               4:07
    7/ For Every Action                         (Dave Douglas)           6:31
    8/ Ten Of                                   (RD,HR,NR)               5:14
    9/ New Truths, Not Vicious Pleasures        (Dick)                  10:45

    Recorded at Acoustic Recording Studio, Brooklyn (USA) on July 28-29, 1997
    Produced by Ned Rothenberg

  Robert Dick: flute, prepared flute, piccolo, contrabass flute; Herb
  Robertson: trumpet, flugelhorn, mouth music; Ned Rothenberg: alto, clarinet,
  bass clarinet.

    1997 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), cd053 (CD)

  Note: Dave Douglas does not play on this record.

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090 - TET: Masada

    1/ Chayah                                   (Zorn)                   9:33
    2/ Karet                                    (Zorn)                   1:56
    3/ Moshav                                   (Zorn)                   6:50
    4/ Leshem                                   (Zorn)                   4:36
    5/ Kochot                                   (Zorn)                   5:15
    6/ Meholalot                                (Zorn)                   8:50
    7/ Kedushah                                 (Zorn)                   6:18
    8/ Ner Tamid                                (Zorn)                   4:07
    9/ Acharei Mot                              (Zorn)                   9:04
    10/ Jachin                                  (Zorn)                   5:37

    Recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City on April 21, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1998 - DIW (Japan), DIW-933 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 9.

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091 - BLACK SAINT/SOUL NOTE CRITICS' PICKS, VOLUME 2: various artists

  This record features Charlie Haden/Paul Motian/Geri Allen (1), Dave Douglas
  (2), Muhal Richard Abrams/Malachi Favors (3), Don Pullen Quintet (4), John 
  Carter Octet (5), Hamiet Bluiett (6), Steve Lacy Octet (7), David Murray 
  Trio (8), Julius Hemphill (9), Julius Hemphill Sextet (10).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track:

    2/ Parallel Worlds				(Douglas)		 9:16

    1997 - Black Saint/Soul Note (USA), BS/SN C-002 (CD) 

  See PARALLEL WORLDS (1993) for further references.

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092 - OTHER SONGS: Ron Sexsmith

    1/ Thinking Out Loud                        (Sexsmith)
    2/ Strawberry Blonde                        (Sexsmith)
    3/ Average Joe                              (Sexsmith)
    4/ Thinly Veiled Disguise                   (Sexsmith)
    5/ Nothing Good                             (Sexsmith)
    6/ Pretty Little Cemetery                   (Sexsmith)
    7/ It Never Fails                           (Sexsmith)
    8/ Clown In Broad Daylight                  (Sexsmith)
    9/ At Different Times                       (Sexsmith)
    10/ Child Star                              (Sexsmith)
    11/ Honest Mistake                          (Sexsmith)
    12/ So Young                                (Sexsmith)
    13/ While You're Waiting                    (Sexsmith)
    14/ April After All                         (Sexsmith)

    Recorded at The Magic Shop, New York City and at Sunset Sound Factory, Los
    Angeles
    Produced by Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake

  Ron Sexsmith: vocals, guitars; Mitchell Froom: keyboards; Jerry Marotta:
  drums, percussion; Brad Jones: bass; Don Kerr (5,10): background vocals,
  drums; Sheryl Crow: accordion; Kenny Wollesen: vibes, marimba; Larry
  Campbell: pedal steel; Greg Cohen (7,14): bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Josh
  Roseman: trombone; Chris Speed: tenor, clarinet; Bob Stuart: tuba.

    1997 - Interscope Records (USA), INTD-90123 (CD)

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093 - MONK TO BACH: various artists

  This record features Paul Motian and the Electric Bebop Band (1), Ensemble
  Gran Caffe Lavena (2), Big Satan (3), Uri Caine (4,7), Paul Motian Trio (5),
  Paolo Beschi (6), La Gaia Scienza (8), Marc Ducret (9), Gary Thomas and
  Exile's Gate (10).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Uri Caine:

    4/ Symphony No. 2 "Resurrection"            (Uri Caine)              2:31

    1997 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 010-2 (CD)

  See URLICHT/PRIMAL LIGHT (1997) for further references.

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094 - BOUNCE: John Lindberg Ensemble

    1/ Firewood Duet                            (Lindberg)               6:26
    2/ The Terrace                              (Lindberg)               9:35
    3/ Bounce                                   (Lindberg)               7:21
    4/ Fortune On A Sphere                      (Lindberg)               8:47
    5/ Common Goal                              (Lindberg)               7:34
    6/ Eleven Thrice                            (Lindberg)               7:31
    7/ Off Right                                (Lindberg)               8:33

    Recorded at Mu Rec Studio, Milano on February 24, 1997
    Produced by Flavio Bonandrini

  John Lindberg: bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Ed Thigpen: drums; Larry Ochs:
  saxophones.

    1998 - Black Saint (Italy), 120192-2 (CD)

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095 - HOME 5/8: Sean Lennon

    1/ Home                                     (Lennon)                 3:05
    2/ 5/8                                      (Lennon)                 4:56

    1998 - Grand Royal (USA), GR058 (7")

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096 - INTO THE SUN: Sean Lennon

    1/ Mystery Juice                            (Lennon)                 
    2/ Into The Sun                             (Lennon)
    3/ Home                                     (Lennon)
    4/ Bathtub                                  (Lennon, Honda)
    5/ One Night                                (Lennon)
    6/ Spaceship                                (Lennon, Ellis)
    7/ Photosynthesis                           (Lennon)
    8/ Queue                                    (Lennon, Honda)
    9/ Two Fine Lovers                          (Lennon)
    10/ Part One Of The Cowboy Trilogy          (Lennon)
    11/ Wasted                                  (Lennon)
    12/ Breeze                                  (Lennon)
    13/ Sean's Theme                            (Lennon)

    Recorded at Sear Sound and Magic Shop, New York
    Produced by Yuka Honda

  Sean Lennon: vocals, guitars, bass guitars, drums, keyboards, Roland CR-78,
  Omnichord, Jews harp, harmonica, musical saw, percussion, Roland SH-1000,
  Mellotron; Yuka Honda: sequencing, sampling, guitars, vibes, keyboards,
  glockenspiel, Mellotron, thumbtack piano, percussion, vocals; Miho Hatori
  (2): vocals, percussion; Timo Ellis (1,3,6): drums, electric guitar, bass,
  backing vocals; John Medeski (8): organ; Dave Douglas (7,13): trumpet; Josh
  Roseman (7): trombone; Greg Ribot (7): flute; EJ Rodriguez (7): Latin perc-
  ussion; Brad Jones (7): upright bass; Kenny Wollesen (7,8): drums, shaker,
  marimba, timpany; Little Eric Wood (6): intergalactic-tape-machine; Chaki
  (4): cymbal; Walter Sear (13): vocal.

    1998 - Grand Royal (USA), GR053 (LP)
    1998 - Grand Royal/Capitol (USA), CDP 7243 4 94551 2 2 (CD)
    1998 - Grand Royal/Capitol (USA), C4 7243 4 94551 4 6 (CT)

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097 - DOPAMINE: Mitchell Froom

    1/ Tastes Good                              (Hidalgo, Froom)         2:29
    2/ The Bunny                                (Doughty, Froom)         2:40
    3/ Kitsum                                   (Germano, Froom)         1:19
    4/ Dopamine                                 (Vega, Froom)            3:00
    5/ Watery Eyes                              (Eitzel, Froom)          2:55
    6/ Monkey Mind                              (Crow, Froom)            2:44
    7/ Noodletown                               (Donnelly, Froom)        2:37
    8/ Wave                                     (Hatori, Froom)          2:56
    9/ I'd Better Not                           (Perez, Froom)           3:15
    10/ Permanent Midnight                      (Stahl, Froom)           1:43
    11/ Overcast                                (Sexsmith, Froom)        2:43
    12/ Fruta Prohibida                         (Feldman, Froom)         3:16

    Recorded at The Magic Shop (New York), Sunset Sound Factory (Los Angeles),
    Real World Studio (England), and Studios Gimmick (France)
    Produced by Tchad Blake

  Mitchell Froom: Indian banjo, stabs, loops, Hammond organ, melodica, piano,
  Indian harmonium, organ, Marxophone, toy piano, accordion, chamberlin,
  carousel effects, button cinema organ, Claviola, orchestron, harmonium;
  David Hidalgo (1): electric guitar, vocals; Jerry Marotta (1,3,5,8,10,12):
  drums, percussion; Pete Thomas (1,2,4,6,7,9-11): drums, percussion; Steve
  Donnelly (1-10,12): electric guitars, E-Bow National guitar, mandolin; Mark
  Feldman (1,5,8,11,12): violin; Jane Scarpantoni (1,5,8,11,12): cello;
  Lorenza Ponce (1,5,8,11,12): strings; Matthew Pierce (1,5,8,11,12): strings;
  M. Doughty (2): vocals; Steve Berlin (2): saxes, flute; Lisa Germano (3):
  vocals, violins; Tchad Blake (3,6,12): whips, atmosphere, oscillator;
  Suzanne Vega (4): vocals, acoustic guitar; Mike Visceglia (4): fuzz bass;
  Mark Eitzel (5): vocals; Dave Douglas (5,9,11): trumpet; Greg Cohen (5,7-10,
  12): acoustic bass; Kenny Wollesen (5,7,9,12): vibes, marimba; Sheryl Crow
  (6): vocals; Bruce Thomas (6): bass; Scott Robinson (6,11): flutes; Ruby
  Froom (7): background screams; Miho Hatori (8): vocals; Chris Speed (8-11):
  clarinets, tenor; Tim Pierce (8): slide guitar; Charlotte Froom (8,12): door
  slam; Louie Perez (9): vocals; Josh Roseman (9,11): trombone; Jerry Stahl
  (10): vocals; Ron Sexsmith (11): vocals; Don Kerr (11): plucked cellos.

    1998 - Atlantic (USA), 83102-2 (CD)
    1998 - Atlantic (Germany), 7567-83102-2 (CD)

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098 - THE COLONEL - COMPOSITIONS & SOUND PAINTINGS: The Walter Thompson
  Orchestra

    1/ Strykers Creek                           (Thompson)               7:54
    2/ The Colonel                              (Thompson)              10:34
    3/ Scones                                   (Thompson)               6:29
    4/ T                                        (Thompson)              12:31
    5/ Roraima                                  (Thompson)               6:44
    6/ SP#7                                     (Thompson)               6:20
    7/ SP#3                                     (Thompson)               5:30
    8/ SP#2                                     (Thompson)               6:10

    (1-5) recorded at Kampo Recording Studio, New York City on April 17 & 18,
    1995
    (6-8) recorded live at the Greenwich House Hayden Auditorium on April 1,
    1996
    (1-5) produced by Walter Thompson, Joe Gallant, and David Castiglione
    (6-8) produced by Walter Thompson, David Castiglione, and Rolf Sturm

  Walter Thompson: conductor, saxes; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Dave Douglas
  (1-5): trumpet; Frank London (1-5): trumpet; Steve Bernstein (1-5): trumpet;
  Steve Swell: trombone; Bob Hovey: trombone; Jim Leff (1-5): trombone; Thomas
  Chapin: alto; Phillip Johnston: soprano; Allan Chase: saxes; Len Detlor
  (1-5): saxes; David Castiglione: saxes; Dave Tronzo: guitar; Rolf Sturm:
  guitar; Tomas Ulrich (1-5): cello; Joe Fonda (1-5): bass; Pablo Aslan: bass;
  Hollis Headrick: percussion; Jim Pugliese (1-5): percussion; Ron Horton
  (6-8): trumpet; Marshall Sealy (6-8): French horn; Michael Blake (6-8):
  saxes; Boris Rayskin (6-8): cello.

    1998 - Nine Winds (USA), NWCD 0205 (CD)

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099 - MOVING PORTRAIT: Dave Douglas

    1/ The Nine Cloud Dream                     (Douglas)                5:17
    2/ Paradox                                  (Douglas)                7:27
    3/ Moving Portrait                          (Douglas)               10:05
    4/ First Frost                              (Douglas)                6:30
    5/ Roses Blue                               (Joni Mitchell)          2:52
    6/ My Old Man                               (Joni Mitchell)          7:40
    7/ The Same Situation                       (Joni Mitchell)          6:00
    8/ Movement                                 (Douglas)                8:09
    9/ Romero                                   (Douglas)               10:36

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on December 29 and 30, 1997
    Produced by Dave Douglas and Kazunori Sugiyama

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Bill Carrothers: piano; James Genus: bass; Billy
  Hart: drums.

    1998 - DIW (Japan), DIW-934 (CD)

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

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

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Myra Melford:

  Disc 5:
    24/ Drawing In The Dark                     (Melford)

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

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101 - CHARMS OF THE NIGHT SKY: Dave Douglas

    1/ Charms Of The Night Sky                  (Douglas)                7:32
    2/ Bal Masque                               (Douglas)                3:48
    3/ Sea Change                               (Douglas)                5:18
    4/ Facing West                              (Douglas)                4:23
    5/ Dance In Thy Soul (for Charlie Haden)    (Douglas)                8:07
    6/ Little One                               (Hancock)                4:11
    Mug Shots                                   (Klucevsek)
      7/ Wild Coffe                                                      1:14
      8/ The Girl With The Rose Hips                                     2:51
      9/ Decafinata                                                      2:27
    10/ Poveri Fiori                            (Francesco Cilea)        2:41
    11/ Odyssey                                 (Douglas)                6:28
    12/ Twisted                                 (Douglas)                3:37
    13/ Codetta                                 (Douglas)                2:53

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on September 18 and 19, 1997
    Produced by Dave Douglas, Stefan Winter, and Joe Ferla

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: acoustic bass; Mark Feldman: violin; Guy
  Klucevsek: accordion.

    1998 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 015-2 (CD)

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102 - MUSIC FOR FILMS: Phillip Johnston

  Music for the films GELD by Doris Dorrie (13-18,27-31), MONEY MAN by Philip
  Haas (10-12,26,32), UMBRELLAS by Henry Corra, Grahame Weinbren, and Albert
  Maysles (19-25), and MUSIC OF CHANCE by Philip Haas (1-9).

    1/ Hymn Of The Souls Who Are Passing        (Johnston)
    2/ Pozzi Winning                            (Johnston)
    3/ Willie's Room                            (Johnston)
    4/ Pozzi Losing                             (Johnston)
    5/ Walking To The Hotel                     (Johnston)
    6/ Discovering The Body                     (Johnston)
    7/ The Contract                             (Johnston)
    8/ Atonal Hillbilly Music                   (Johnston)
    9/ The Last Poker Game                      (Johnston)
    10/ Drawing 1                               (Johnston)
    11/ Waiting 4                               (Johnston)
    12/ JSG Boggs                               (Johnston)
    13/ Money                                   (Johnston)
    14/ The Four Just Men                       (Johnston)
    15/ Carmen's Fantasy                        (Johnston)
    16/ Traveling Music                         (Johnston)
    17/ Carmen Robs The Bank                    (Johnston)
    18/ Eternal Rendezvous                      (Johnston)
    19/ Prologue                                (Johnston)
    20/ First Typhoon                           (Johnston)
    21/ Last Umbrellas 1                        (Johnston)
    22/ Storm Rising                            (Johnston)
    23/ Closing Umbrellas                       (Johnston)
    24/ Last Umbrellas 2                        (Johnston)
    25/ Raising Umbrellas                       (Johnston)
    26/ Drawing 2                               (Johnston)
    27/ Life's Other Mystery                    (Johnston)
    28/ Carmen's Fantasy 2                      (Johnston)
    29/ Carmen's Romance                        (Johnston)
    30/ Werner/Gabriella Theme                  (Johnston)
    31/ Carmen's Waltz                          (Johnston)
    32/ Drawing 5                               (Johnston)

    (13-18,27-31) recorded at Manhattan Recording Company, New York City in
    January 1989
    (10-12,26,32) recorded at Skyline Studios, New York City in March 1992
    (19-25) recorded at Soundtrack, New York City in December 1993 and January
    1994
    (1-9) recorded at Skyline Studios, New York City in December 1992
    Produced by Phillip Johnston

  Phillip Johnston (10-32): soprano; Don Davis (13-18,27-31): alto; Paul
  Shapiro (10-18,26-32): tenor; Steve Bernstein (13-18,27-31): trumpet; Ray
  Vega (13-18,27-31): trumpet; Jim Leff (13-18,27-31): trombone; Joel
  Forrester (1-18,26-32): piano, organ; Adam Rogers (13-18,27-31): guitars;
  Guy Klucevsek (13-18,27-31): accordion; Dave Hofstra: bass, Fender bass,
  tuba; Richard Dworkin (1-18,26-32): drums, talking drum; Allan Chase (1-12,
  26,32): alto; Dave Sewelson (10-12,26,32): baritone saxophone; Stew Cutler
  (1-12,26,32): guitar; Joe Ruddick (1-9,19-25): piano, sampler, Hammond B3
  organ; Kevin Norton (1-9,19-25): drums, vibes, percussion; Elizabeth Panzer
  (19-25): harp; Mark Feldman (1-9,19-25): violin; Cenovia Cummins (19-25):
  violin; Sue Pray (19-25): viola; Erik Friedlander (19-25): cello; Bob
  DeBellis (1-9,19-25): flute, alto flute, clarinet, tenor; Mike Sim (1-9):
  baritone saxophone; Dave Douglas (1-9): trumpet; Jody Harris (1-9): guitar;
  Kevin Trainor (1-9): guitar; David Tronzo (1-9): dobro; Mark Dane (1-9):
  banjo; Laura Seaton (1-9): violin; Juliet Haffner (1-9): viola; Beverly
  Lauridsen (1-9): cello.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7510 (CD)

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103 - IN THE VERNACULAR - THE MUSIC OF JOHN CARTER: François Houle 5

    1/ Morning Bell (Prelude)                   (Carter)                 5:32
    Three Dances In The Vernacular              (Carter)
      2/ Old Blues                                                       5:01
      3/ A Free Step                                                     3:16
      4/ Night Dance                                                     4:51
    5/ Seventy-Three                            (Houle)                  3:25
    6/ Sticks And Stones                        (Carter)                 6:39
    7/ Karen On Monday                          (Carter)                 6:08
    8/ Fields Medley                            (Carter)                14:14
      8a/ Juba's Run
      8b/ Ballad To Po'Ben (Prelude)
    9/ Seventy-Two                              (Houle)                  3:28
    10/ Encounter                               (Carter)                 6:24

    Recorded at Kampo Audio/Video, New York City on October 3 and 4, 1997
    Produced by François Houle

  François Houle: clarinet; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Peggy Lee: cello; Mark
  Dresser: bass; Dylan van der Schyff: drums.

    1998 - Songlines (Canada), SGL 1522-2 (CD)

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104 - YOD: Masada

    1/ Ruach                                    (Zorn)                   4:07
    2/ Kilayim                                  (Zorn)                   3:22
    3/ Taltalim                                 (Zorn)                   6:46
    4/ Hashmal                                  (Zorn)                   3:23
    5/ Tevel                                    (Zorn)                   5:49
    6/ Segulah                                  (Zorn)                   5:32
    7/ Yechida                                  (Zorn)                   7:49
    8/ Tzalim                                   (Zorn)                   3:21
    9/ Nashim                                   (Zorn)                   4:39
    10/ Abrakala                                (Zorn)                  14:28
    11/ Zevul                                   (Zorn)                   2:16

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on September 15, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1998 - DIW (Japan), DIW-935 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 10.

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105 - MAGIC TRIANGLE: Dave Douglas

    1/ Everyman                                 (Douglas)                4:17
    2/ Magic Triangle                           (Douglas)                8:20
    3/ Padded Cell                              (Douglas)                6:30
    4/ Circular                                 (Douglas)                8:16
    5/ Kisangani                                (Douglas)                6:14
    6/ Barrage                                  (Douglas)                3:33
    7/ Odalisque                                (Douglas)                7:14
    8/ Coaster                                  (Douglas)                4:08
    9/ The Ghost                                (Douglas)                7:56

    Recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn on May 12 & 13, 1997
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Chris Potter: tenor; James Genus: bass; Ben Perowsky:
  drums.

    1998 - Arabesque Jazz (USA), AJ0139 (CD)
    2012 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1025 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue also includes LEAP OF FAITH (2000).

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106 - SILENCIO = MUERTE - RED HOT + LATIN: various artists

  This record features Los Lobos + Money Mark (1), Cafe Tacuba + David Byrne
  (2), Todos Tus Muertos + Los Autenticos Decadentes (3), Los Fabulosos
  Cadillacs + Fishbone (4), Cuca + Youth Brigade (5), Los Pericos + Buju
  Banton (6), Sen Dog + Mellow Man Ace + MC Skeey + Mr. Rico + DJ Rif (7),
  Reign + Hurricane G (8), Juan Perro (9), Geggy Tah + King Chango (10), Cibo
  Matto (11), Diego Frenkel (La Portuaria) + Aterciopelados + Laurie Anderson
  (12), Ruben Blades (13), Melissa Etheridge (14), Andres Calamaro (15), La
  Ley (16), Victimas Del Doctor Cerebro (17), Sepultura (18).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Cibo Matto:

    11/ Aguas De Marco                          (Antonio Carlos Jobim)   3:18

  Miho Hatori: vocals; Yuka Honda: keyboards; Russell Simins: vocals; Marc
  Ribot: guitar; Sean Lennon: bass, backing vocals; Dougie Bowne: drums; Dave
  Douglas: trumpet; Curtis Fowlkes: trombone; Timo Ellis: backing vocals.

    1998 - Red Hot/H.O.L.A (USA), 119-341-005-2 (CD)
    2006 - Nacional Records (?), NCL 68474 (CD)

  Note: the 2006 reissue has extra tracks.

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107 - MODERN COOL: Patricia Barber

    1/ Touch of Trash
    2/ Winter
    3/ You & The Night & The Music              (Dietz-Schwartz)         8:03
    4/ Constantinople                           (Barber)                 8:27
    5/ Light My Fire                            (The Doors)              5:16
    6/ Silent Partner                           (Barber)                 5:09
    7/ Company                                  (Barber)                 5:43
    8/ Let It Rain                              (Barber)                 5:56
    9/ She's A Lady                             (Paul Anka)              4:15
    10/ Love, Put On Your Faces                 (Barber, Cummings)       5:46
    11/ Postmodern Blues                        (Barber)                 5:49
    12/ Let It Rain - Vamp                      (no credit)              3:03

    Recorded at Chicago Recording Company, Chicago on January 6-9 and February
    26, 1998

  Patricia Barber: vocals, piano, table knives on strings; Michael Arnopol:
  bass; John McLean: guitar; Mark Walker: drums, percussion, prepared drum
  kit; Dave Douglas (1,4-7): trumpet; Jeff Stitely (4): udu; Choral Thunder
  Vocal Choir (10,12).

    1998 - Premonition Records (USA), PREM-741-2 (CD)
    1999 - Blue Note (USA), BN 7243 5 2181124 (CD)
    2012 - Premonition Records (USA), ??? (Blu-Ray)

  Note: the 2012 reissue has not been released yet (planned on June 26, 2012).

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108 - TRIED AND TRUE - THE BEST OF SUZANNE VEGA: Suzanne Vega

    1/ Luka                                                              5:22
    2/ Tom's Diner (DNA featuring Suzanne Vega)                          3:49
    3/ Marlene On The Wall                                               3:40
    4/ Caramel                                                           2:53
    5/ 99.9Fo                                                            3:15
    6/ Small Blue Thing                                                  3:54
    7/ Blood Makes Noise                                                 2:28
    8/ Left Of Center (featuring Joe Jackson)                            3:32
    9/ In Liverpool                                                      4:41
    10/ Gypsy                                                            4:04
    11/ Book Of Dreams                                                   3:22
    12/ No Cheap Thrill                                                  3:09
    13/ World Before Columbus                                            3:26
    14/ When Heroes Go Down                                              1:54
    15/ The Queen And The Soldier                                        4:48
    16/ Book & A Cover                                                   3:49
    17/ Rosemary                                                         2:43

    ???? - A&M Records (France?), 540 945-2 (CD)

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109 - QUINTET FOR A DAY: What We Live

    1/ A Brush With The Groove                  (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)        4:56
    2/ Here Today                               (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)        9:49
    3/ The Turquoise Lament (First Synopsis)    (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)        1:53
    4/ Yours And Mine                           (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)       14:51
    5/ The Undersized Shadow (Synopsis Three)   (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)        3:49
    6/ The Big Hunt (Fourth Synopsis)           (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)        2:30
    7/ The Blackbird (Synopsis Two)             (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)        2:24
    8/ Gone Tomorrow                            (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)       14:59
    9/ Coda                                     (LO,LE,DR,DD,WLS)        1:58

    Recorded in Emeryville, California on April 4 and 5, 1998
    Produced by Larry Ochs

  Lisle Ellis: bass; Lawrence Ochs: tenor, sopranino; Donald Robinson: drums;
  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet.

    1999 - New World Records (USA), NW 80553 (CD)

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110 - CONVERGENCE: Dave Douglas

    1/ Chit Kyoo Thwe Tog Nyin Hmar Lar (Will You Accept My Love Or Not?)
                                                (traditional Burmese)    1:13
    2/ Joe's Auto Glass                         (Douglas)                6:31
    3/ Tzotzil Maya                             (Douglas)                7:47
    4/ Meeting At Infinity                      (Douglas)               15:53
    5/ Desseins Eternels                        (Olivier Messiaen)       4:08
    6/ Bilbao Song                              (Kurt Weill)             8:36
    Border Stories                              (Douglas)
      7/ The Story                                                       0:30
      8/ The Elaboration                                                 0:55
      9/ The Exaggeration                                                0:41
      10/ Apocrypha                                                      0:43
    11/ Collateral Damages                      (Douglas)                6:59
    12/ Goodbye Tony                            (Douglas)               13:37
    13/ Nothing Like You                        (Dorough, Landesman)     4:14

    Recorded at Sound on Sound, New York City on January 22 and 23, 1998
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Drew
  Gress: bass; Michael Sarin: drums.

    1999 - Soul Note (Italy), 121316-2 (CD)

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111 - SUBSTANTIA: Sub Rosa

  This record features David Lynch (1), DJ Grazzhoppa + DJ Smimooz (2),
  Rom=Pari (3), Montage (4), DJ Wally vs Jigen (5), Bisk (6), Bump & Grind vs
  Third Eye Foundation (7), Tone Rec (8), Benge (9), Vedic (10), David Shea
  (11), Loren MazzaCane Connors (12).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with David Shea:

    11/ Jade Mirror                             (David Shea)

    1999 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 160 (CD)

  See AN EASTERN WESTERN COLLECTED WORKS (1999) for further references.

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112 - AN EASTERN WESTERN COLLECTED WORKS: David Shea

    1/ Dangerous Ground                                                  7:07
    2/ A Spiral                                                          8:25
    3/ Lines                                                             5:02
    4/ Il Siciliano                                                      6:04
    5/ Harmonies                                                         7:17
    6/ Jade Mirror                                                       4:30
    7/ Duo/Solo For Trumpet & Sampler                                    3:53
    8/ Solo/Duo                                                          3:18
    9/ Elegy For Mario Bava                                             16:54

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City late 1997
    Produced by David Shea

  David Shea: sampler, piano, jaw harps, voices, synthesizers; Dave Douglas
  (6-8): trumpet; Jim Pugliese (1-3,5): percussion, tympani, vibraphone.

    1999 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 134 (CD)

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113 - AN AFTERTHOUGHT: Marc Wagnon

    1/ Aria                                                              4:14
    2/ Slow Burn                                                         4:34
    3/ An Afterthought                                                   6:55
    4/ The Shadowline                                                    4:13
    5/ Venus Incognito                                                   6:01
    6/ The Warrior                                                       5:10
    7/ Sound Sculpture                                                   6:56   
    8/ Ode To A Star                                                     5:06
    9/ New Old World                                                     5:54
    10/ Postlude                                                         2:20

  Marc Wagnon; Sarah Pillow; Tim Ouimette; Dave Douglas; Phil Arnold; Ray 
  Anderson; Van Manakas; Greg Jones; Frank Katz.

    1999 - Buckyball Records (USA), BBM004 (CD)

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114 - IMPROVISED MUSIC WORKS: various artists

  This record features Paul Motian Trio (1), Noël Akchoté (2), Dave Douglas
  (3), Uri Caine (4,7), Gary Thomas Quartet (5), Ernst Reijseger (6).

  Dave Douglas plays on two tracks, one under his name:

    3/ Odyssey                                  (Dave Douglas)           6:27

  and one with Uri Caine:

    7/ The Farewell                             (Gustav Mahler, Caine)  13:06

    1999 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 040-2 (CD)

  See CHARMS OF THE NIGHT SKY (1998) for further references on (3).
  See URLICHT/PRIMAL LIGHT (1997) for further references on (7).

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115 - ABOVE BLUE: Myra Melford's The Same River, Twice

    1/ Two But Live                             (Melford)                4:52
    2/ A White Flower Grows In The Quietness    (Melford)                9:47
    3/ Yet Can Spring (for Don Pullen)          (Melford)                8:17
    4/ Here Is Only Moment                      (Melford)                5:31
    5/ Above Blue                               (Melford)               11:58
    6/ Be Melting Snow                          (Melford)                6:56
    7/ Through Storm's Embrace                  (Melford)               12:08
    8/ Still In After's Shadow                  (Melford)                6:13

    Recorded at System II, Brooklyn (New York) on March 31 and April 11, 1998
    Produced by Myra Melford and Dave Douglas

  Myra Melford: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Chris Speed: tenor; Erik 
  Friedlander: cello; Michael Sarin: drums.

    1999 - Arabesque (USA), AJ 0142 (CD)

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116 - MASADA LIVE IN JERUSALEM 1994: Masada

  Disc 1:
    1/ Piram                                    (John Zorn)              9:51
    2/ Bith Aneth                               (John Zorn)             11:57
    3/ Lachish                                  (John Zorn)              3:35
    4/ Peliyot                                  (John Zorn)              7:11
    5/ Hadasha                                  (John Zorn)             10:53
    6/ Ravayah                                  (John Zorn)              3:35
    7/ Zebdi                                    (John Zorn)              1:53
    8/ Tirzah                                   (John Zorn)              8:07
    9/ Hekhal                                   (John Zorn)              3:29
  Disc 2:
    10/ Kanah                                   (John Zorn)              6:11
    11/ Shilhim                                 (John Zorn)              2:39
    12/ Ziphim                                  (John Zorn)              9:09
    13/ Abidan                                  (John Zorn)              6:24
    14/ Netivot                                 (John Zorn)              4:50
    15/ Zelah                                   (John Zorn)              4:54
    16/ Idalah-Abal                             (John Zorn)              5:44
    17/ Jair                                    (John Zorn)              5:15
    18/ Ashnah                                  (John Zorn)              6:06

    Recorded live at the Jerusalem Festival
    Produced by John Zorn

  Joey Baron: drums; Greg Cohen: bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7322 (2xCD)

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117 - LIVE AT BIRDLAND!: various artists

  This record features The D.D. Jackson Group (1,7), The Dave Douglas Quartet
  (2,6), Ralph Irizarry and Timbalaye (3,8), The Peter Bernstein Quartet (4,
  10), Jimmy Greene/Darren Barrett (5,9).

    1/ Easy                                     (D.D. Jackson)           5:50
    2/ Driftwood                                (Dave Douglas)           8:07
    3/ Rampa Arriba (Up Ramp)                   (Irizarry, Timbalaye)    6:37
    4/ Jet Stream                               (Peter Bernstein)        6:36
    5/ Half-Steps                               (Greene, Barrett)        6:20
    6/ The Frisell Dream                        (Dave Douglas)           5:08
    7/ For Monk's Sake                          (D.D. Jackson)           4:55
    8/ Piesotes (Giant Feet)                    (Irizarry, Timbalaye)    5:24
    9/ Re-Affirmation                           (Greene, Barrett)        5:45
    10/ Booker's Little Blues                   (Peter Bernstein)        5:49

    Recorded live at Birdland, New York City
    (2,6) recorded live at Birdland, New York City on June 28, 1998
    Produced by Steve Backer, Andy Kaufman, and Bob Belden

  Dave Douglas (2,6): trumpet; Chris Potter (2,6): tenor; James Genus (2,6): 
  bass; Ben Perowsky (2,6): drums.

    1999 - BMG (USA), 09026 63325-2 (CD)

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118 - LIVE IN TAIPEI 1995: Masada

  Disc 1:
    1/ Gevurah                                  (Zorn)                  12:37
    2/ Achshaph                                 (Zorn)                   2:41
    3/ Mahshav                                  (Zorn)                   7:09
    4/ Shebuah                                  (Zorn)                  12:06
    5/ Shilhim                                  (Zorn)                   2:45
    6/ Idalah-Abal                              (Zorn)                   8:24
    7/ Mikreh                                   (Zorn)                  10:45
    8/ Yoreh                                    (Zorn)                   7:42
    9/ Tekufah                                  (Zorn)                   9:15
  Disc 2:
    10/ Debir                                   (Zorn)                   9:16
    11/ Sheloshim                               (Zorn)                   8:11
    12/ Katzatz                                 (Zorn)                   2:47
    13/ Hadasha                                 (Zorn)                  11:21
    14/ Lachish                                 (Zorn)                   2:25
    15/ Midbar                                  (Zorn)                   9:08
    16/ Evel                                    (Zorn)                   5:45
    17/ Hafla'Ah                                (Zorn)                   6:34
    18/ Rachab                                  (Zorn)                   7:08
    19/ Ziphim                                  (Zorn)                  10:18

    Recorded live at Taipei's Crown Theater
    Produced by John Zorn

  Joey Baron: drums; Greg Cohen: bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7323 (2xCD)

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119 - SONGS FOR WANDERING SOULS: Dave Douglas

    1/ Sam Hill                                 (Douglas)                6:07
    2/ At Dusk                                  (Douglas)                6:48
    3/ Prolix                                   (Douglas)                4:21
    4/ Loopy                                    (Douglas)                7:31
    5/ One Shot                                 (Douglas)                5:21
    6/ Breath-A-Thon                            (Rahsaan Roland Kirk)    2:52
    7/ Nicht So Schnell, Mit Viel Ton Zu Spielen
                                                (Robert Schumann)        4:26
    8/ Gowanus                                  (Douglas)                5:36
    9/ Wandering Souls                          (Douglas)                9:13
    10/ Ferrous                                 (Douglas)                3:40

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York on December 1-2, 1998
    Produced by Dave Douglas and Joe Ferla

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Brad Shepik: electric guitar; Jim Black: drums.

    1999 - Winter & Winter (Germany), W&W 910 042-2 (CD)

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120 - STEREOTYPE A: Cibo Matto

    1/ Working For Vacation                     (Cibo Matto)             3:15
    2/ Spoon                                    (Cibo Matto)             4:05
    3/ Flowers                                  (Cibo Matto)             2:57
    4/ Lint Of Love                             (MH, YH, Ellis, Love)    6:08
    5/ Moonchild                                (Cibo Matto)             5:11
    6/ Sci-Fi Wasabi                            (Cibo Matto)             3:41
    7/ Clouds                                   (Cibo Matto)             3:26
    8/ Speechless                               (Cibo Matto)             4:31
    9/ King Of Silence                          (Cibo Matto)             4:53
    10/ Blue Train                              (Cibo Matto)             5:21
    11/ Sunday Part I                           (MH, YH, Ellis, Lennon)  3:19
    12/ Sunday Part II                          (MH, YH, Ellis, Lennon)  3:38
    13/ Stone                                   (Cibo Matto)             3:15
    14/ Mortming                                (Dougie Bowne)           3:09

    Recorded at Magic Shop, Sear Sound, and Studio 4
    Produced by Yuka Honda with Cibo Matto

  Miho Hatori: vocals, shaker, acoustic guitar; Yuka Honda: sampler, sequen-
  cer, organ, piano, electric piano, synthesizer, harpsichord, vocoder, vo-
  cals; Sean Lennon: electric bass, synthesizer bass, drums, guitars, percus-
  sion, synthesizer, vocoder, vocals, delay pedal; Timo Ellis: drums, bass,
  vocals, guitars, cymbal, slamming door; Duma Love: vocals, percussion, beat
  box, turntable; Marc Ribot: guitars; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Curtis Fowlkes:
  trombone; Josh Roseman: trombone; Dougie Bowne: hi-hat, cymbals; Sebastian
  Steinberg: bass; Yumiko Ohno: Moog, backup vocals; Vinia Mojica: backup
  vocals; Sequoia: backup vocals; Smokey Hormel: guitar; John Medeski: clavi-
  net; Billy Martin: percussion.

    1999 - Warner Bros. (USA), 9 47345-2 (CD)
    1999 - Warner Bros. (USA), 9 47345-1 (LP)

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121 - CMJ NEW MUSIC MONTHLY - VOLUME 71 - JULY 1999: various artists

  This audio companion to the July 1999 issue of the magazine CMJ NEW MUSIC
  MONTHLY features Chemical Brothers (1), Cibo Matto (2), Moby (3), DJ Krush
  (4), Echo And The Bunnymen (5), Papa Vegas (6), Chevelle (7), Apples In 
  Stereo (8), Pavement (9), Three Fish (10), Kula Shaker (11), Garmarna (12),
  Kid Loco (13), Bogdan Raczynski (14), Beta Band (15), Television (16), Adam
  Daniel (17), Big Star (18), Juno (19), Donnas (20).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Cibo Matto:

    2/ Sci-Fi Wasabi                            (Cibo Matto)             3:41

    1999 - CMJ (USA), VOLUME 71 (magazine+CD)

  See STEREOTYPE A (1999) for further references.

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122 - HALF HORSE HALF MUSICIAN: Sean Lennon

    1/ Queue                                    (Lennon, Honda)
    2/ Spaceship                                (Lennon, Ellis)
    3/ Dream                                    (Lennon, Love)
    4/ Heart & Lung                             (Lennon)
    5/ 5/8                                      (Lennon)
    6/ Pyramid                                  (SL,TE,MH,YH,KW,JR,VC,DL)
    7/ Happiness                                (Lennon)
    8/ Into The Sun                             (Lennon)

    (1,7) recorded at Magic Shop
    (2,6) recorded at Sear Sound
    (3) recorded at Sound Castle
    (4) recorded in Houston
    (5) 
    Produced by Yuka Honda
    (3,4) produced by Yuka Honda and Sean Lennon

  Sean Lennon: vocals, guitars, bass, piano, synthesizer, Roland groove box;
  Yuka Honda (1-6): keyboards, vocals; Timo Ellis (2-4,6): bass, guitars,
  drums, vocals; Smokey Hormel (3,4): guitars; Duma Love (3,4,6): percussion,
  vocals; Japa Keenon (3,4): drums, percussion; Miho Hatori (6): percussion;
  John Medeski (1): Hammond organ; Kenny Wollesen (1,5,6): drums; Josh Roseman
  (5,6): trombone; Dave Douglas (5): trumpet; Vinicius Cantuária (6): guitar;
  Brad Jones (5): bass; E.J. Rodriguez (5): percussion; Greg Ribot (5): flute;
  Peck Allmond (6): trumpet.

    1999 - Grand Royal (USA), d-pro 9005 (CD)
    1999 - Grand Royal/Toshiba-EMI (Japan), TOCP-61010 (CD)

  Note: the US pressing is for promotion only and (8) is not available on it.
  Note: (1,2) were already available on INTO THE SUN (1998).

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123 - THE SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK: Uri Caine & Tin Pan Alley

    1/ Overture								 2:27
      1a/ The Sidewalks Of New York (1894)	(C. Lawlor, J.S. Blake)
      1b/ I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now? (1909)(Hough, Adams, Howard)
    2/ Too Much Mustard (1912)			(Cecil B. Macklin)	 2:40
    3/ Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (1909)	(Murphy, Letters, Moore, 
						McKenna)		 2:32
    4/ Life's A very Funny Proposition After All (1904)	
						(George M. Cohan)	 4:04
    5/ Sidewalk Story							 3:51
      5a/ Daisy Bell (1892)			(Harry Dacre)
      5b/ My Wild Irish Rose (1899)		(Chancy Olcott)
      5c/ Sugar Kane Rag (1908)			(Scott Joplin)
      5d/ Heliotrope Boquet (1907)		(S. Joplin, L. Chauvin)
      5e/ My Gal Sal (1905)			(Paul Dresser)
    6/ Charleston Rag (1899)			(Eubie Blake)		 2:08
    7/ Take Me Out To The Ball Game (1908)	(Northworth, von Tilzer) 1:49
    8/ Everybody's Doin' It (1911)		(Irving Berlin)		 1:32
    9/ How'd You Like To Spoon With Me? (1915)	(J. Kern, E. Laska)	 1:44
    10/ Cohen Owes Me Seventy Nine Dollars (1915)
						(Irving Berlin)		 3:37
    11/ By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (1909)	(E. Madden, G. Edwards)	 3:20
    12/ Nobody (1905)				(B. Williams, A. Rogers) 4:11
    13/ Waitin For Robert E. Lee (1912)		(W. Gilbert, L.F. Muir)  1:18
    14/ Interlude							 3:46
      14a/ The Sidewalks Of New York		(C. Lawlor, J.S. Blake)	 
    15/ By The Beautiful Sea (1914)		(Atteridge, Carroll)	 1:48
    16/ In The Good Old Summertime (1902)	(B. Shields, G. Evans)	 1:16
    17/ Some Of These Days (1910)- The Rehearsal(Shelton Brooks)	 6:46
    18/ Some Of These Days (1910)- The Show	(Shelton Brooks)	 4:03
    19/ Castle Walk (1914)			(Europe, Dabney)	 2:49
    20/ They Didn't Believe Me (1914) 		(M.E. Rourke, J. Kern)	 3:41
    21/ Memphis Blues (1912) 			(W.C. Handy)		 1:56
    22/ After The Ball (1892)			(Charles K. Harris)	 3:28
    23/ You're A Grand Old Flag (1906)		(George M. Cohan)	 1:23
    24/ The Bowery (1892) 			(C. Hoyt, P. Grant)	 4:03
    25/ When I Leave The World Behind (1915) 	(Irving Berlin)		 2:34
    26/ Finale								 3:29
      26a/ The Sidewalks Of New York		(C. Lawlor, J.S. Blake)  
    27/ Coda								 1:01
      27a/ In The Good Old Summertime (1902)	(B. Shields, G. Evans)	

    Recorded at the Roof Garden of the Gramercy Park Hotel, Avatar Studio's, 
    Central Park and various other locations in New York City on February 
    4-10, 1999
    Produced by Stefan Winter

  Don Byron: clarinet; Uri Caine: pianos, voice; Dominic Cortese: accordion,
  vocals; Eddy Davis: banjo; Bob DeBellis: flute; Mark Feldman: violin; Josh
  Roseman: trombone; Bob Stewart: tuba; James Genus: bass; Ben Perowsky: 
  drums; Ralph Alessi (2,5,11,14,18,23): trumpet; Nancy Opel (3,8,11): vocals;
  Dave Douglas (4,12,22): trumpet; Stuart Zagnit (4, 10): vocals; Brian D'Arcy
  Jone (5): vocals; Saul Galperin (7,14): vocals; Susan Haefner (9): vocals; 
  Dasiq Bey (12,24): vocals; Fay Galperin (14): vocals; Barabara Walker (17,
  18): vocals; Nancy Anderson (20,22,24): vocals; Philip Hernandez (26): 
  vocals; Renea Morway-Baker (25): vocals.

    1999 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 038-2 (CD)

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124 - 1999 FESTIVAL MUSIC SAMPLER VOLUMES 1 & 2 - DU MAURIER INTERNATIONAL
  JAZZ FESTIVAL VANCOUVER: various artists

  This promotional 2xCD set features previously released tracks by Caetano
  Veloso (1), Vinny Golia Large Ensemble (2), Matthew Shipp Trio (3), Ensemble
  LOOS (4), 13 Ways (5), Tobias Delius Quartet (6), Will Bernard Quartet (7),
  Christy Doran's New Bag (8), Ig Henneman String Quartet (9), Dave Douglas
  (10), Biggi Vinkeloe Trio (11), Patricia Barber (12), Louis Sclavis Trio
  (13), Saft/Vu Ragged Jack (14), Sam Rivers Trio (15), Castor et Compagnie
  (16), Aono Jikken (17), John Stetch Trio (18), Johnny Nocturne Band with
  Kim Nalley (19), Theo Jorgensmann Quartet (20), The Klezmatics (21),
  Metalwood (22), François Houle/Dylan Van der Schyff/Eyvind Kang (23),
  Daniele Cavallanti & Tiziano Tononi (24), John Nugent Group (25), Bloque
  (26), Mike Nock Quintet (27), Paul Plimley (28), Zony Mash (29), DEW East
  (30), Trio François Bourassa (31), Liquid Soul (32), Jon Ballantyne Trio
  (33), Free Music Trio (34), Jean Martin Trio (35), San Tracey Quartet (36).

    10/ Poveri Fiori                            (Dave Douglas)           2:41

    1999 - Justin Time (Canada), no catalog number (2xCD)

  See CHARMS OF THE NIGHT SKY (1998) for further references.

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125 - ENGINE, SHRIEK, AND A BELL: Eric Siegel

    1/ Out of the Box                           (Eric Siegel)            3:33
    2/ Gramercy                                 (Eric Siegel)            4:04
    3/ They're Coming                           (Eric Siegel)            3:12
    4/ Swag                                     (Eric Siegel)            2:39
    5/ Stop That                                (Eric Siegel)            5:28
    6/ Train for Ornette                        (Eric Siegel)            4:10
    7/ At Sea                                   (Eric Siegel)            4:19
    8/ Munich Cafe                              (Eric Siegel)            3:46
    9/ Thudlike                                 (Eric Siegel)            3:25
    10/ Long Gone                               (Eric Siegel)            4:08
    11/ Inside Line                             (Eric Siegel)            3:32
    12/ Foldover                                (Eric Siegel)            3:18
    13/ Bell Horn                               (Eric Siegel)            4:30
    14/ Bounce                                  (Eric Siegel)            4:15

    Recorded live at the Playroom, New York City in February 1991

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Whitecage: alto, soprano, bass clarinet, water
  drum; Cooper Moore: homemade percussion; Gerry Hemingway: drums.

    1999 - mp3/DAM (USA), no catalog number (CD)

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126 - SPOON: Cibo Matto

    1/ Spoon [STEREOTYPE A version]
    2/ Spoon "Latin mix"
    3/ Spoon "John McEntire remix"

  Marc Ribot (1): guitars; Dave Douglas (1): trumpet; etc.

    1999 - Warner Bros. (Japan), WPCR-10395 (CD-5)

  See STEREOTYPE A (1999) for further references on (1).

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127 - JAZZ... DISCOVER AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL '99: various artists

  This record features Darren Barrett (1), Gota (2), Scott Wilkie (3),
  Gabriela Anders (4), Mimi Fox (5), Tin Hat Trio (6), Nils Petter Molvaer
  (7), Grant Geissman (8), Patricia Barber (9), Sapphron Obois (10), Rhythm
  and Brass (11), Stefon Harris (12), Russell Gunn (13), Terrance Blanchard
  (14).

    9/ Silent Partner                           (Patricia Barber)

    1999 - Narm (USA), NARM-50003 (CD)

  See MODERN COOL (1998) for further references.

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128 - RAW POWER: Trey Gunn

    1/ Hard Winds                               (Gunn)
    2/ The Shimmering                           (Gunn)
    3/ Puttin' on the White Shirt               (Douglas, Gunn, Muller)
    4/ Anastasis                                (Gunn, Mastelotto)
    5/ Kukuriku                                 (Gunn, Mastelotto)
    6/ Laguna Morena                            (Gunn)
    7/ Heavenly Groove                          (Gunn)
    8/ Hawaii 2 0h                              (Douglas, Gunn, Muller)
    9/ Megrez                                   (Gunn, Malone)
    10/ Indira Opening                          (Gunn, Muller)
    11/ August 1997                             (Gunn)
    12/ One Thousand Years: second traverse     (Gunn)
    13/ Hard Winds II                           (Gunn)

    Produced by Trey Gunn

  Trey Gunn: Chapman stick, Warr guitar, programmings; Dave Douglas (3,8): 
  trumpet; Bob Muller (3,8,10): drums, tabla; Pat Mastelotto (4,5): drums; 
  Serpentine (4,5): vocals.

    1999 - First World (USA), FWD 99.01 (CD)

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129 - LIVE IN MIDDELHEIM: Masada

    1/ Nevuah                                   (Zorn)                   9:48
    2/ Sippur                                   (Zorn)                   3:20
    3/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)                   5:20
    4/ Kedushah                                 (Zorn)                   6:53
    5/ Ne'eman                                  (Zorn)                  13:05
    6/ Karet                                    (Zorn)                   2:03
    7/ Kochot                                   (Zorn)                   4:57
    8/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                  12:09
    9/ Paran                                    (Zorn)                   6:00
    10/ Ashnah                                  (Zorn)                   7:18
    11/ Tahah                                   (Zorn)                   7:25

    Recorded live in Antwerp on August 15, 1999

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7326 (CD)

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130 - THEY HAVE A WORD FOR EVERYTHING: Mick Rossi

    1/ Camus
    2/ Space-Junk
    3/ As If
    4/ Translator
    5/ Haus
    6/ Whatever
    7/ A Stubborn Thereness
    8/ They Have A Word For Everything
    9/ Don't Call Me Here
    10/ Collision
    11/ Shadow Of A Thrush
    12/ I Stop There

  Mick Rossi; Charles Descarfino; Dave Douglas; Andy Laster; Kermit Driscoll.

    1999 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR 256 (CD)

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131 - FRUIT COCKTAIL: various artists

  This record features Irene Farrera (1), Tom Robinson (2), Blazing Redheads
  (3), Lea DeLaria (4), Steven Grossman (5), Melinda Di Maio (6), Ian Shaw
  (7), Judy Barnett (8), Holly Near (9), David Downing (10), Kellye Gray
  (11), Michael Callen (12), Rhiannon (13), Steven Kowalczyk (14), Maija (15).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Steven Grossman:

    5/ Buena Vista                              (Steven Grossman)        2:08

    (5) recorded at Waterfront Studios, Hoboken (USA) and at Paul Dresher
    Studios, Berkeley (USA)
    (5) produced by Judith Casselberry

  Steve Sandberg: piano; David Hofstra: bass; Richard Dworkin: drums; Dave
  Douglas: trumpet; Steven Grossman: vocals.

    ???? - Streeter Music (?), STCD1005 (CD)

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132 - ENEMY HOGS: Oneida

    1/ Whitey Fortress                          (Oneida)                 5:16
    2/ Primanti Bros.                           (Oneida)                 1:57
    3/ Bombay Fraud                             (Oneida)                 3:39
    4/ Give Up...And Move On                    (Oneida)                 2:07
    5/ Little Red Dolls                         (Oneida)                 1:49
    6/ Ginger (Bein' Free)                      (Oneida)                 2:37
    7/ Turn It: Up (Loud)                       (Oneida)                 3:29
    8/ Gettin' It On                            (Oneida)                 2:27
    9/ Hard Workin' Man                         (Oneida)                 3:26
    10/ Quest For Two                           (Oneida)                 2:43
    11/ Fourth Eye                              (Oneida)                 1:56
    12/ Wicked Servant                          (Oneida)                 8:30
    13/ O.L.B.

    Recorded at Studio Tropica

  Dave Douglas (3): trumpet; Brother JT (4): guitar; B. Coughlin (7): strings;
  J. Kelly (7): strings; B. Straud-Watson (7): strings; S. Worden (7):
  strings; Grace Church Boys Choir (7): vocals; Bruce McInnes (7): choir
  director; etc.

    1999 - Turnbuckle Records (?), TB018 (CD)
    2001 - Jagjaguwar Records (?), JAG29 (CD)

  Note: (13) is only available on the Jagjaguwar reissue.

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133 - SOUL ON SOUL: Dave Douglas

    1/ Blue Heaven                              (Douglas)                6:23
    2/ Ageless                                  (Douglas)                7:11
    3/ Soul On Soul                             (Douglas)                6:15
    4/ Moon Of The West                         (Douglas)                7:21
    5/ Canticle                                 (Douglas)                6:07
    6/ Aries                                    (Mary Lou Williams)      2:31
    7/ Mary's Idea                              (Mary Lou Williams)      2:47
    8/ Waltz Boogie                             (Douglas)                5:04
    9/ Multiples                                (Douglas)                9:50
    10/ Kyrie                                   (Douglas)                4:09
    11/ Zonish                                  (Douglas)                6:22
    12/ Eleven Years Old                        (Douglas)                1:36
    13/ Play It Momma                           (Mary Lou Williams)      3:39

    Recorded on August 11-12, 1999
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Chris Speed: clarinet, tenor; Greg Tardy: clarinet,
  bass clarinet, tenor; Joshua Roseman: trombone; Uri Caine: piano; James
  Genus: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2000 - RCA Victor (USA), 09026-63603-2 (CD)
    2000 - RCA Victor (Japan), ??? (CD)

  Note: the Japanese pressing contains an extra track.

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134 - LEAP OF FAITH: Dave Douglas

    1/ Caterwaul                                (Douglas)                3:13
    2/ Leap Of Faith                            (Douglas)                8:11
    3/ Another Country                          (Douglas)                6:07
    4/ Millenium Bug                            (Douglas)                6:35
    5/ Emmenthaler                              (Douglas)                1:19
    6/ Mistaken Identity                        (Douglas)                7:27
    7/ Guido's High Note                        (Douglas)                3:09
    8/ Continental Divide                       (Douglas)                9:53
    9/ Igneous                                  (Douglas)                7:32
    10/ Western Haiku                           (Douglas)                5:51
    11/ Euro Disney                             (Douglas)                4:54

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on September 19-20, 1998
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Chris Potter: tenor; James Genus: bass; Ben Perowsky:
  drums.

    2000 - Arabesque Jazz (USA), AJ0145 (CD)
    2012 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1025 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue also includes MAGIC TRIANGLE (1998).

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

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

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

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

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

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

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136 - JAZZIZ ON DISC - APRIL 2000: various artists

  This audio companion to the April 2000 issue of the magazine JAZZIZ features
  Grover Washington Jr. (1), Caribbean Jazz Project (2), Al Jarreau (3), Ronny
  Jordan (4), Duke Ellington (5), Chris Standring (6), Filó Machado (7), Marc
  Antoine (8), Maysa (9), Sex Mob (10), Dave's True Story (11), Dave Douglas
  (12).

    12/ Blue Heaven                             (Dave Douglas)

    2000 - Jazziz (USA), April 2000 (magazine+CD)

  See SOUL ON SOUL (2000) for further references on (12).

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137 - TRUMPETS: What We Live

    1/ Second Breath                                                    20:01
    2/ The Stone Heated Distance                                        16:43
    3/ Orbital                                                           9:18
    4/ Soft City                                                        11:23
    5/ Song Of Roland                                                   11:13

    (1,2) recorded at the Outpost, Albuquerque (NM) on March 21, 1998
    (3-5) recorded at The Western Front, Vancouver (Canada) on November 1,
    1996

  Lisle Ellis: bass; Donald Robinson: drums; Larry Ochs: tenor, sopranino;
  Wadada Leo Smith (1,2): trumpet; Dave Douglas (3-5): trumpet.

    2000 - Black Saint (Italy), 120189-2 (CD)

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138 - 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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139 - LIVE IN SEVILLA 2000: Masada

    1/ Ne'eman                                  (Zorn)                  12:36
    2/ Katzatz                                  (Zorn)                   4:56
    3/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                  10:53
    4/ Beeroth                                  (Zorn)                   7:06
    5/ Yoreh                                    (Zorn)                   9:49
    6/ Hazor                                    (Zorn)                   6:27
    7/ Nashon                                   (Zorn)                  10:08
    8/ Lakom                                    (Zorn)                   5:06
    9/ Bith Aneth                               (Zorn)                   9:33

    Recorded at Teatro Central, Sevilla Junta De Andalucia on March 18, 2000
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7327 (CD)

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140 - UNCLASSICAL 0,1: various artists

  This record features compositions by Marcel Duchamp (1), Renaud de Putter
  (2), Luigi Dallapiccola (3), Brett Dean (4), Paolo Chagas (5), Claude
  Debussy (6), Antonio Russolo (7), Henri Pousseur (8), Giacinto Scelsi (9),
  Hanns Eisler (10), Stefan Wolpe (11), Morton Feldman (12), Jean-Luc
  Fafchamps (13), Luciano Berio (14), David Shea (15), Paul Bowles (16).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with David Shea:

    15/ Duo/Solo For Trumpet And Sampler        (David Shea)

  David Shea; Dave Douglas.

    2000 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR138 (CD)

  See AN EASTERN WESTERN COLLECTED WORKS (1999) for further references on
  (15).

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141 - A THOUSAND EVENINGS: Dave Douglas' Charms of the Night Sky

    1/ A Thousand Evening                   	(Douglas)		 6:44
    The Branches (for Dave Tarras)		(Douglas)
      2/ Part One							 6:08
      3/ Part Two 							 7:23
    4/ Words For A Loss				(Douglas)		 5:00
    5/ Variety (for Guy Klucevsek)		(Douglas)		 3:13
    6/ The Little Boy With The Sad Eyes		(Douglas)		 7:05
    In So Many Worlds (for Jaki Byard)		(Douglas)
      7/ Ecstatic							 2:15
      8/ Mournful							 5:01
      9/ In Praise							 5:02
    10/ Goldfinger				(John Barry)		 4:12
    11/ On Our Way Home				(Douglas)		 4:02
    12/ Memories Of A Pure Spring		(Douglas)		 9:59
 
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman: violin; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Greg
  Cohen: bass.

    2000 - RCA Victor (USA), RCADV-63698-2 (CD, early promotional copy)
    2000 - RCA/Victor (USA), 09026-63698-2 (CD)
    2000 - RCA/Victor (Europe), 09026 63698 2 (CD)

  Note: the early promotion copy was slightly different:

    1/ A Thousand Evening                                                6:44
    2/ The Branches (Part One)                                           6:07
    3/ The Branches (Part Two)                                           7:23
    4/ Words For A Loss                                                  5:00
    5/ Variety                                                           3:12
    Five Part Weather Invention
      6/ Aerial Maneuvers                                                1:11
      7/ Aria One                                                        4:48
      8/ Bounding Lines                                                  4:32
      9/ Scherzo                                                         2:19
      10/ Aria Two                                                       5:20
    11/ Goldfinger                                                       4:11
    12/ On Our Way Home                                                  4:02
    13/ Memories Of A Pure Spring                                        9:58

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142 - TOP JAZZ '99: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 2000 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ fea-
  tures Roscoe Mitchell (1), Enrico Rava & Paolo Fresu (2), Doctor 3 (3-5), 
  Mingus Big Band (6), Davide Penta (7), Uri Caine (8), Fasoli/Rava/D'Andrea
  (9), Duke Ellington (10-12).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Uri Caine:

    8/ Symphony No. 5, Funeral March 		(Uri Caine)

    2000 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See URLICHT/PRIMAL LIGHT (1997) for further references on (8).

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143 - FLIGHTS OF FANCY: TRIO FASCINATION II: Joe Lovano

    1/ Flights Of Fancy                         (Lovano)                 6:21
    2/ On April (I'll Remember April)           (Raye, DePaul, Johnson)  3:28
    3/ Amsterdam                                (Lovano)                 4:32
    4/ Blue Mist                                (Lovano)                 4:23
    5/ Off And Runnin'                          (Lovano)                 4:00
    6/ Infant Eyes                              (Wayne Shorter)          6:24
    7/ 206                                      (Lovano)                 6:31
    8/ Bougainvillea                            (Judi Silvano)           7:57
    9/ Windom Street                            (Lovano)                 4:50
    10/ Hot shot                                (Lovano)                 4:40
    11/ Aisha                                   (McCoy Tyner)            3:53
    12/ Amber                                   (Lovano)                 3:08
    13/ On Giant Steps                          (John Coltrane)          5:46
    14/ Flights Of Fancy (Reprise)              (Lovano)                 1:25

    Recorded at Avatar Studio on June 14-15, 2000
    Produced by Joe Lovano

  Joe Lovano: tenor, soprano, gongs, alto clarinet, drums, bass clarinet,
  C-melody sax, straight alto; Cameron Brown (1,4,8,10,11,13,14): bass; Idris
  Muhammad (1,4,8,10,11,13,14): drums; Billy Drewes (4,5,9): percussion,
  soprano, alto flute; Joey Baron (4,5,9): drums; Toots Thielemans (2,6,8,13):
  harmonica; Kenny Werner (2,6,8,13): piano; Dave Douglas (3,7,12): trumpet;
  Mark Dresser (3,7,12): bass.

    2001 - Blue Note (USA), 7243 5 27618 2 1 (CD)

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144 - THE GIFT: John Zorn
 
    1/ Makahaa                                  (Zorn)                   5:28
    2/ The Quiet Surf                           (Zorn)                   3:15
    3/ Samarkan                                 (Zorn)                   6:39
    4/ Train To Thiensan                        (Zorn)                   3:52
    5/ Snake Catcher                            (Zorn)                   6:30
    6/ Moonlove                                 (Zorn)                   5:17
    7/ Cutting Stone                            (Zorn)                   7:08
    8/ La Flor Del Barrio                       (Zorn)                   3:10
    9/ Bridge To The Beyond                     (Zorn)                   5:30
    10/ Makahaa (reprise)                       (Zorn)                   4:34

    Recorded at Frank Booth
    Produced by John Zorn

  Marc Ribot (1-5,8-10): guitar; Jamie Saft (1-7,10): organ, Wurlitzer piano,
  piano, keyboards; Trevor Dunn (1-5,8-10): bass; Cyro Baptista (1-7,9,10): 
  percussion; Jenny Choi (2,6): violin; Joey Baron (3,4,6,8,10): drums; Ned
  Rothenberg (3): shakuhachi; Dave Douglas (6): trumpet; Masumi Rostad (6):
  viola; Raman Ramakishnan (6): cello; Greg Cohen (6): bass; Mike Patton (9):
  voice; John Zorn (9): piano, Theremin.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7332 (CD)

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145 - MOSAIC SEXTET: Dave Douglas and Mosaic Sextet

  Disc 1:
    1/ Mosaic                                   (Douglas)                6:57
    2/ Gang Wars                                (Douglas)                1:55
    3/ Mr. Phinney                              (Stevens)                6:51
    4/ In Progress                              (Douglas)                5:52
    5/ Oskar                                    (Stevens)                7:09
    6/ Superconductor                           (Douglas)                9:05
    7/ Drum Song                                (Stevens)                4:47
    8/ Trio For Sextet                          (Stevens)                5:20
    9/ Children's Somber Dance                  (Douglas)                5:07
    10/ Today, This Moment                      (Stevens)               14:31
  Disc 2:
    11/ Underground                             (Douglas)                9:11
    12/ Anthem                                  (Stevens)               12:16
    13/ Motivation                              (Rabinowitz)             7:50
    14/ Earth Tones                             (Douglas)               13:55
    15/ Bassoon Lines                           (Rabinowitz)             9:18
    16/ Afternoon                               (Stevens)               13:36

  Michael Jefry Stevens: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman: violin; 
  Michael Rabinowitz: bassoon; Joe Fonda: bass; Harvey Sorgen: drums.

    2001 - GM Recordings (USA), GM3045CD (2xCD)

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146 - EL TRILOGY: Dave Douglas

    Five Part Weather Invention			(Douglas)
      1/ Aerial Manouvers						 1:11
      2/ Aria One							 4:48
      3/ Bounding Lines							 4:32
      4/ Scherzo							 2:19
      5/ Aria Two							 5:20
    Rapture To Leon James			(Douglas)
      6/ Part One							13:17
      7/ Part Two							 8:19
    Groove And Countermove			(Douglas)
      8/ Prairie							 5:08
      9/ Escher								 4:52
      10/ Spring							 7:32
      11/ Anton								 1:19
      12/ Fin								 5:31

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City in 1999 and 2000
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Feldman (1-5,8-12): violin; Guy Klucevsek (1-5):
  accordion; Greg Cohen: bass; Gregory Tardy (6-12): clarinet, tenor; Susie 
  Ibarra (6-12): drums, percussion.

    2001 - BMG RCA/Victor (USA), 09026-63736-2 (CD)
    2006 - BMG RCA/Victor (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: this CD was never officially released by RCA/Victor.

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147 - WITNESS: Dave Douglas

    1/ Ruckus                                   (Douglas)                4:45
    2/ Witness                                  (Douglas)                8:16
    3/ One More News                            (Douglas)                3:03
    4/ Woman At Point Zero                      (Douglas)                7:40
    5/ Kidnapping Kissinger                     (Douglas)                3:02
    6/ Mahfouz                                  (Douglas)               23:51
    7/ Episode For Taslima Nasrin               (Douglas)                4:41
    8/ Child Of All Nations                     (Douglas)                7:14
    9/ Sozaboy                                  (Douglas)                3:59

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on December 13 & 14, 2000
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas; Chris Speed; Joe Daley; Mark Feldman; Erik Friedlander; Drew
  Gress; Bryan Carrott; Michael Sarin; Ikue Mori; Joshua Roseman; Yuka Honda;
  Tom Waits.

    2001 - Bluebird/BMG (USA), 09026-63763-2 (CD)

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148 - MASADA LIVE AT TONIC 2001: John Zorn

  Disc 1:
    1/ Karaim					(Zorn)			19:11
    2/ Ner Tamid				(Zorn)			 5:07
    3/ Acharei Mot				(Zorn)			11:07
    4/ Kisofim					(Zorn)			 7:12
    5/ Jachin					(Zorn)			 6:30
    6/ Malkhut					(Zorn)			 4:52
    7/ Nashim					(Zorn)			 6:58
  Disc 2:
    8/ Lilin					(Zorn)			15:13
    9/ Khebar					(Zorn)			 5:59
    10/ Hazoti					(Zorn)			 5:35
    11/ Malkhut					(Zorn)			 4:49
    12/ Shevet					(Zorn)			 8:08
    13/ Shamor					(Zorn)			 7:39
    14/ Acharei Mot				(Zorn)			10:27
    15/ Kisofim					(Zorn)			 8:35
    16/ Shechem					(Zorn)			13:05

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on June 16, 2001
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7334 (2xCD)

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149 - FOUR IN ONE: Misha Mengelberg Quartet

    1/ Hypochristmutreefuzz                     (Mengelberg)             4:41
    2/ Reef                                     (Mengelberg)             3:53
    3/ Kneebus                                  (Mengelberg)             7:13
    4/ Die Berge Schuetzen Die Heimat           (Mengelberg)             2:58
    5/ Four In One                              (Monk)                   4:47
    6/ Monk's Mood                              (Monk)                   8:02
    7/ Criss Cross                              (Monk)                   5:27
    8/ Blues After Piet                         (Mengelberg)             8:44
    9/ Kwela P'Kwana                            (Mengelberg)             5:24
    10/ We're Going Out For Italian             (Mengelberg)             5:48
    11/ Poor Wheel                              (Mengelberg)             2:12

    Produced by Dave Douglas
    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on September 26, 2000

  Misha Mengelberg: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Brad Jones: bass; Han
  Bennink: percussion.

    2001 - Songlines (Canada), SGL SA1535-5 (SACD)

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150 - WAIT FOR ME: Jubilant Sykes

    1/ If I Should Fall Behind			(Bruce Springsteen)	 4:58
    2/ John The Revelator			(Son House)		 2:57
    3/ Have A Little Faith In Me		(John Hiatt)		 4:10
    4/ Love In Vain				(Robert Johnson)	 3:17
    5/ Today					(Randy Sparks)		 3:39
    6/ It Might As Well Be Spring		(Richard Rodgers)	 3:44
    7/ Ring Dem Bells				(Bob Dylan)		 2:48
    8/ Angels' Lullaby				(Jubilant Sykes)	 2:47
    9/ God Only Knows				(Brian Wilson, Tony 
						Asher)			 2:50
    10/ Death Is Slow				(Huddie Ledbetter)	 4:20
    11/ Wait Till You See Her			(Richard Rodgers)	 2:02
    12/ Take It With Me				(Tom Waits, Kathleen 
						Brennan)		 5:01

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City
    (9,10,12) recorded Sunset Sound Factory, Los Angeles
    (1-3,5-8) additional recording at Sunset Sound Factory, Los Angeles
    Produced by Craig Street

  Jubilant Sykes: vocals; Jennifer Warnes (3): vocals; Mark Batson (1-8):
  piano, celeste; Guy Klucevsek (1-8): accordion; Greg Leisz (1-8): mandolin;
  Erik Charleston (1-8): marimba, cymbals, vibes; Joey Baron (1-8): percus-
  sion; Abe Laborial, Jr. (1-8): percussion; Regina Carter (1-8): violin;
  Sandra Park (1-8): violin; Sharon Yamada (1-8): violin; Robert Rinehart (1-
  8): cello; Alan Stepansky (1-8): cello; Sara Seiver (1-8): cello; Elizabeth
  Dyson (1-8): cello; Greg Cohen (1-8): bass; Scott Robinson (1-8): clarinet;
  Dave Douglas (1-8): trumpet, arrangement on (11); Teddy Borowiecki (9,10,
  12): piano, pump organ; David Piltch (9,10,12): bass, percussion; Chris
  Bruce (9,10,12): guitars; Gerg Leisz (9,10,12): mandolin, slide guitar.

    2001 - Sony Classical (USA), SK 89107 (CD)

  Note: the tracks on which the musicians play is certainly incorrect (or
  incomplete at best).
  Note: Guy Klucevsek is listed as "Guy Klesuvic"!

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151 - TOP JAZZ 2000: various artists

  This audio companion to the January 2001 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ
  features Italian Instabile Orchestra (1), Dave Holland Quintet (2), Fabrizio 
  Bosso (3), Keith Jarrett (4), Tiziano Tononi (5), Stefon Harris (6), Dave 
  Douglas (7), Gianluigi Trovesi (8).

    7/ Soul On Soul				(Dave Douglas)		 6:15

    2001 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See SOUL ON SOUL (2000) for further references on (7).

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152 - HOMELAND: various artists

  This audio companion to the January 2002 issue of JAZZIZ features Pat
  Metheny (1), Patrick Leonard (2), Michael Hedges (3), The Wayfaring
  Strangers (4), Mike Mainieri (5), Marc Johnson (6), Fred Simon (7), Jay
  Graydon (8), Trio Globo (9), Jeff Richman and Wayne Johnson (10), Mosaic
  Sextet (11), Charlie Haden and Pat Metheny (12), Richard Leo Johnson (13),
  Cyrus Chesnut (14), Leni Stern (15), David Darling (16).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Mosaic Sextet:

    11/ Children's Somber Dance                 (Dave Douglas)

    2002 - Jazziz (USA), January 2002 (magazine+CD)

  See MOSAIC SEXTET (2001) for further references on (11).

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153 - THE INFINITE: Dave Douglas

    1/ Poses                                    (Rufus Wainwright)       5:38
    2/ The Infinite                             (Douglas)                6:34
    3/ Penelope                                 (Douglas)                9:15
    4/ Crazy Games                              (Mary J. Blige, Kenneth
                                                Dickerson)               4:38
    5/ Waverly                                  (Douglas)                7:23
    6/ Yorke                                    (Douglas)                6:18
    7/ Unison                                   (Björk)                  5:01
    8/ Deluge                                   (Douglas)                5:43
    9/ Argo                                     (Douglas)                3:35

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on December 16-18, 2001
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Chris Potter: tenor, bass clarinet; Uri Caine: Fender
  Rhodes; James Genus: bass; Clarence Penn: drums.

    2002 - Bluebird/RCA Victor (USA), 09026-63918-2RE1 (CD)

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154 - FIRST LIVE 1993: Masada

    1/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                   5:56
    2/ Sansanah                                 (Zorn)                   7:10
    3/ Ziphim                                   (Zorn)                   7:16
    4/ Zebdi                                    (Zorn)                   5:00
    5/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                   7:39
    6/                                          (Zorn)                   7:04
      6a/ Rachab
      6b/ Lebaoth
    7/ Hazor                                    (Zorn)                   7:03

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory on September 12, 1993
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7337 (CD)

  Note: the liner notes mention a different recording date (September 2nd),
  but this seems to be a mistake.

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155 - THE HEART OF THE ANDES: Guy Klucevsek

    1/ Festina Tarde (Make Haste Slowly) 	(Klucevsek)		 9:39
    Portables					(Klucevsek)
      2/ Where's The Tan Go?						 3:32
      3/ Claire, Buoyant						 2:44
      4/ Walt's Waltz							 2:33
    Bits And Pieces Of Hard Coal		(Klucevsek)
      5/ Air Apparent							 2:01
      6/ Old Miner's Refrain						 4:08
    7/ Bariety					(Dave Douglas)		 3:13
    8/ Birds					(Phillip Johnston)	 2:47
    Return of the Microids			(Klucevsek)	
      9/ Ala Bela 							 1:34
      10/ The Tortoise Knows How To Make Love To His Wife		 4:27
      11/ The Aerialist Somnambulates					 2:26
      12/ Many Happy Returns						 2:04
    From 24 Preludes And Fugues For Piano Op 87 (Dimitri Shostakovitch)	 
      13/ Prelude #8 (F-sharp Minor)					 1:09
      14/ prelude #3 (G Major) 					 	 1:37
      15/ Prelude #1 (C Major)						 2:37
      16/ Prelude #17 (A-flat Major)					 1:48
      17/ Prelude #15 (D-flat Major)					 2:44
    18/ The Gift				(Klucevsek)		 3:36
    The Heart Of The Andes (Suite)		(Klucevsek)
      19/ Three Chase Scenes						 1:26
      20/ The Heart Of The Andes					 3:06
      21/ Mini Bar Talk/Misterioso/Reprises				 6:24
      22/ Song For The Other Guy/Waltz Of The Landscape Paintings	 2:33

    Recorded at Sint-Pietersabdij, Gent (Belgium) on September 3 & 4, 2001
    Produced by Stefan Winter

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion.

    2002 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 74 (CD)

  Note: Dave Douglas does not play on this record.

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156 - LES INROCKUPTIBLES PRESENTENT JUIN 2002: various artists

  This audio companion to the June 2002 issue of the French magazine LES
  INROCKUPTIBLES features Solomon Burke (1), Astrud Gilberto (2), Stanley
  Beckford (3), Medeski, Martin & Wood (4), Precious Bryant (5), Arto Lindsay
  (6), Dave Douglas (7), Susana Baca (8), Gordon Haskell (9), Cassandra Wilson
  (10), Eliades Ochoa (11), Terry Callier (12), Denis Colin (13), Roswell Rudd
  & Toumani Diabate (14).

    7/ The Infinite                             (Dave Douglas)

    2002 - Les Inrockuptibles (France), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See THE INFINITE (2002) for further references on (7).

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157 - VERSE: Patricia Barber

    1/ The Moon                                 (Barber)                 6:02
    2/ Lost In This Love                        (Barber)                 3:01
    3/ Clues                                    (Barber)                 4:57
    4/ Pieces                                   (Barber)                 5:33
    5/ I Could Eat Your Words                   (Barber)                 7:49
    6/ The Fire                                 (Barber)                 4:49
    7/ Regular Pleasures                        (Barber)                 5:40
    8/ Dansons La Gigue                         (Barber, Paul Verlaine)  4:18
    9/ You Gotta Go Home                        (Barber)                 3:16
    10/ If I Were Blue                          (Barber)                 6:00

    Produced by Patricia Barber

  Patricia Barber: vocals, piano, Fender Rhodes; Michael Arnopol: bass; Neal
  Alger: guitars; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Joey Baron (1-8): drums; Eric Montzka
  (9,10): drums.

    2002 - Blue Note/Premonition (USA), 7243 5 39856 2 2 (CD)

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158 - [title unknown]: various artists

  This audio companion to the September 2002 issue of the French magazine LES
  INROCKUPTIBLES features François de Roubaix (1), Jun Miyake (2), Brad
  Mehldau (3), Patricia Barber (4), Yvinek (5), Marcio Faraco (6), Orchestra
  Baobab (7), The Rootsman (8), Chris Potter (9), The Blind Boys of Alabama
  (10), Spanish Harlem Orchestra (11), Paolo Fresu (12), Nicolas Errera (13).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track with Patricia Barber:

    4/ Clues                                    (Patricia Barber)

    2002 - Les Inrockuptibles (France), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See VERSE (2002) for further references on (4).

  Note: this sampler was only available to subscribers of the magazine.

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159 - JAZZIZ ON DISC - JANUARY 2003: various artists

  This audio companion to the January 2003 issue of the magazine JAZZIZ fea-
  tures Charlie Haden (1), Natalie Cole (2), Steve Turre (3), Spyro Gira (4),
  Dave Douglas (5), Cassandra Wilson (6), Russ Freeman (7), Miles Davis with
  Charlie Parker (8), Brad Mehldau (9), Chieli Minucci (10), Tony Bennett &
  K.D. Lang (11), The American Saxophone Quartet with Paquito D'Rivera (12),
  Tom Scott (13), Donald Rubinstein/Bill Frisell (14).

    5/ Crazy Games                              (Dave Douglas)

    2002 - Jazziz (USA), JZD0103 (magazine+CD)

  See THE INFINITE (2002) for further references on (5).

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160 - VOORUIT GELUID FESTIVAL: various artists

  This record features Maharadja (1), Jablkon & Sveceny (2), Trio Grande (3),
  Geert Waegeman (4,5), Mch Band (6), Uz Jesme Doma (7), Pavel Fajt (8), Dave
  Douglas (9), Ellery Eskelin/Andrea Parkins/Jim Black (10), Assif Tsahar/
  Peter Kowald/Rashied Ali (11), David Moss (12), Fatima Miranda (13), Egy 
  Kiss Erzsi Zene (14), Poire Z (15), Starbot Ensemble (16), Fun-Da-Mental
  (17).

    9/ Witness					(Dave Douglas)

    2002 - Vooruit (Belgium), no catalog # (CD)

  See WITNESS (2001) for further references on (9).

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161 - FREAK IN: Dave Douglas

    1/ Freak In                                                          3:47
    2/ Culver City Park                                                  7:19
    3/ Black Rock Park                                                   4:54
    4/ Hot Club Of 13th Street                                           2:12
    5/ Eastern Parkway                                                   5:36
    6/ November                                                          5:41
    7/ Porto Alegre                                                      5:57
    8/ The Great Schism                                                  4:36
    9/ Wild Blue                                                         2:59
    10/ Maya                                                             6:51
    11/ Traveler There Is No Road                                        7:54
    12/ The Mystic Lamb                                                  7:22

  Dave Douglas: trumpet, keyboards, voice; Jamie Saft: keyboards, loops, pro-
  gramming; Marc Ribot: electric guitar; Karsh Kale: tabla, additional drums;
  Joey Baron: drums; Romero Lubambo: acoustic guitar; Brad Jones: Ampeg baby
  bass, acoustic bass; Ikue Mori: electronic percussion; Seamus Blake: saxo-
  phone; Chris Speed: saxophone, clarinet; Craig Taborn: Fender Rhodes;
  Michael Sarin: drums; Stephanie Stone (7): vocals.

    2003 - Bluebird/RCA Victor (USA), 09026 6064008 (CD)

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162 - GUT REACTION: String Trio of New York

    1/ Upstart                                  (Emery)                 11:22
    Nature, Time, Patience                      (Lindberg)
      2/ Nature                                                          6:29
      3/ Time                                                            8:40
      4/ Patience                                                        6:46
    5/ Ode                                      (Emery)                  5:51
    In So Many Worlds                           (Dave Douglas)
      6/ Ecstatic                                                        4:22
      7/ Mournful                                                        5:40
      8/ In Praise                                                       6:15
    9/ Offspring                                (Emery)                  7:08

    Recorded live at The Jazz Standard, New York City on May 22-24, 2001
    Producers by Frank Tafuri, James Emery, and John Lindberg

  James Emery: guitar; Rob Thomas: violin; John Lindberg: bass.

    2003 - Omnitone (USA), 12202 (CD)

  Note: Dave Douglas does not play on it.

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163 - RETROSPECTIVE: THE BEST OF SUZANNE VEGA: Suzanne Vega

    1/ Luka
    2/ Tom's Diner
    3/ Marlene On The Wall
    4/ Caramel
    5/ 99.9F
    6/ Tired Of Sleeping
    7/ Small Blue Thing
    8/ Blood Makes Noise
    9/ Left Of Center
    10/ (I'll Never Be) Your Maggie May
    11/ In Liverpool
    12/ Gypsy
    13/ Book Of Dreams
    14/ No Cheap Thrill
    15/ Calypso
    16/ World Before Columbus
    17/ Solitude Standing
    18/ Penitent
    19/ Rosemary
    20/ The Queen And The Soldier
    21/ Woman On The Tier (I'll See You Through)

    2003 - A&M Records (USA), 069 493 670-2 (CD)
    2003 - A&M Records (EEC), 493 670-2 (CD)
    2003 - Universal (?), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: the extra CD of the 2xCD pressing contains six live tracks.

  See NINE OBJECTS OF DESIRE (1996) for further references.

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164 - THE UNKNOWN MASADA/VOLUME 3: John Zorn

  This record features John Zorn's compositions written for Masada and inter-
  preted by Erik Friedlander's Quake (1), Rashanim (2), Dave Douglas (3),
  Tatsuya Yoshida (4), Naftule's Dream (5), Jamie Saft (6), Zahava Seewald 
  (7), Koby Israelite (8), Julian Kytasty (9); Fantomas (10), Wadada Leo Smith 
  and Ikue Mori (11), Eyvind Kang (12).

    1/ Kinyan					(arr. Erik Friedlander)  4:50
    2/ Olamim, 					(arr. Rashanim)          3:48
    3/ Vehuel					(arr. Dave Douglas)      5:32
    4/ Shofetim					(arr. Yoshida Tatsuya)   3:02
    5/ Partzuf					(arr. Michael McLaughlin)4:22
    6/ Zarach					(arr. Jamie Saft)        6:57
    7/ Shagal					(arr. by Seewald, Grebil,
						Florizoone)   		 6:46
    8/ Herem					(arr. Koby Israelite)    5:06
    9/ Kadmut, arr. by Julian Kytasty              4:44
    10/ Zemaraim				(arr. Trevor Dunn)       3:34
    11/ Demai					(arr. by Smith, Mori)    6:22
    12/ Belimah					(arr. Eyvind Kang)       4:09

    Recorded during January-May 2003
    Each track produced by the artists themselves

  Erik Friedlander (1): cello, mandolin; Andy Laster (1): saxophone, clarinet;
  Satoshi Takeishi (1): percussion; Stomu Takeishi (1): bass; Jon Madof (2):
  guitar; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (2): bass; Mathias Kunzli (2): drums, per-
  cussion; Dave Douglas (3): trumpet, Fender Rhodes; Greg Tardy (3): tenor; 
  John Zorn (3): alto; Greg Cohen (3): bass; Ben Perowsky (3): drums; Yoshida
  Tatsuya (4): all instruments, voice; Glenn Dickson (5): clarinet; Gary Bohan
  (5): trumpet; Brandon Seabrook (5): guitar; Michael McLaughlin (5): piano; 
  Jim Gray (5): tuba ; Eric Rosenthal (5): drums; Jamie Saft (6): all instru-
  ments; Zahava Seewald (7): vocals; Micjael Grebil (7): oud, medieval fiddle,
  ceterina d'amore; Tuur Florizoone (7): accordion; Solomon ibn Gabirol (7): 
  text; Koby Israelite (8): drums, percussion, accordion, guitars, keys, cla-
  rinet, vocals; Yaron Stavi (8): bass, guitar; Sid Gauld (8): flugelhorn; 
  John Telfer (8): baritone saxophone; Julian Kytasty (9): bandura; Mike 
  Patton (10): voice, electronics; Buzz Osborne (10): guitar; Trevor Dunn 
  (10): bass; Dave Lombardo  (10): drums; Wadada Leo Smith (11): trumpet; Ikue
  Mori (11): laptop electronics; Eyvind Kang (12): all instruments.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7181 (CD)
    2004 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), 000172 (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg, not authorized by Tzadik and the
  artists!

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165 - JAZZ HEAR AND NOW: various artists

  This record features Diana Krall (1), Joshua Redman (2), Herbie Hancock/
  Michael Brecker/Roy Hargrove (3), Harry Connick Jr. (4), Dave Holland (5), 
  Brad Mehldau (6), Ramsey Lewis & Nancy Wilson (7), Bill Charlap (8), Tony 
  Bennett (9), Joe Lovano (10), Dave Douglas (11), Jane Monheit (12), Kenny 
  Werner (13), Cassandra Wilson/Regina Carter/Bela Fleck (14).

  Dave Douglas plays on one track:

    11/ Crazy Games                             (Dave Douglas)           4:38

    2003 - Jazz Alliance International (USA), D2-83507 (CD)

  See THE INFINITE (2002) for further references on (11).

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166 - AMERICAN SPLENDOR: various artists

  This record features Joe Maneri (1), Jay McShann (2,10), Robert Crumb and
  his Cheap Suit Serenaders (3,9), Lester Young and the Oscar Peterson Trio
  (4), Dizzy Gillespie (5,8), Marvin Gaye (6), Mark Suozzo (7,12), John
  Coltrane (11), Chocolate Genius (13).

  Dave Douglas plays on two tracks with Mark Suozzo:

    7/ Longing Suite                           (Mark Suozzo)
      7a/ The Shortest Weekend
      7b/ After Alice (So Sweet, So Sad)
    12/ Time Passes Strangely                   (Mark Suozzo)

    (7,12) recorded at the Clinton Recording Studios
    (7,12) produced by Mark Suozzo

  Sanford Allen (7,12): violin; John Beal (7,12): bass; Bob Chausow (7,12):
  violin; Dave Douglas (7,12): trumpet; Richard Locker (7,12): cello; Bob
  Malach (7,12): tenor; Lori Miller (7,12): violin; Jim Saporito (7,12): per-
  cussion; Derek Smith (7,12): piano, organ, celeste; Dale Stuckenbruck (7,
  12): violin; Paul Woodiel (7,12): violin; Ronnie Zito (7,12): drums; Fred
  Zlotkin (7,12): cello.

    2003 - New Line Records (USA), NLR 39026 (CD)

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167 - STRANGE LIBERATION: Dave Douglas

    1/ A Single Sky                                                      2:05
    2/ The Jones                                                         4:24
    3/ Catalyst                                                          5:08
    4/ Strange Liberation                                                8:04
    5/ Skeeter-ism                                                       5:58
    6/ Just Say This                                                     6:29
    7/ Seventeen                                                         8:39
    8/ Mountains From The Train                                          5:15
    9/ Rock of Billy                                                     5:55
    10/ The Frisell Dream                                                3:54
    11/ Passing Through                                                  1:36

    Recorded in New York City in January 2003
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Bill Frisell: guitar; Chris Potter: tenor, bass cla-
  rinet; Uri Caine: Fender Rhodes; James Genus: bass; Clarence Penn: drums,
  percussion.

    2004 - Bluebird Jazz/BMG (USA), 82876-50818-2 (CD)

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168 - BLUEBIRD JAZZ PRESENTS: DAVE DOUGLAS

  This promotional use only CD features an interview of Dave Douglas by John
  Schaefer (with special guest Bill Frisell) along with tracks selected from
  STRANGE LIBERATION, FREAK IN, THE INFINITE, WITNESS, A THOUSAND EVENINGS,
  and SOUL ON SOUL.

    1/ Introduction                                                      0:57
    2/ Aren't You Glad You're You               (Dave Douglas)           4:51
    3/ The Making Of Strange Liberation                                 21:10
    4/ Dave Douglas Musical Influences And Key Projects                 32:52   
    5/ Dave Douglas/Bill Frisell Interview Promo                         0:24

    (2) recorded in New York City in January 2003

    2004 - Bluebird Jazz/BMG (USA), 82876-59154-2 (CD).

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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169 - NEW YORK PRESENCE: Extension Ensemble

    1/ When You Are Old                         (Peter Erskine)
    Quintet No. 2                               (Elliot Goldenthal)
      2/ Quinque
      3/ Cortege
      4/ Rondo Burlesque
    5/ Instrumental Round No. 1 In Snaketime    (Moondog)
    6/ Arterial                                 (Elliott Sharp)
    7-8/ Private Music                          (Dave Douglas)
    9/ December 1952                            (Earle Brown)
    10/ Instrumental Round No. 2 In Snaketime   (Moondog)
    11/ December 1952                           (Earle Brown)
    Sephardic Quintet                           (David Loeb)
      12/ Moderato
      13/ Lento
      14/ Vivo
    15/ Five                                    (John Cage)
    16/ Pastorale                               (Moondog)

    Recorded at The Academy of Arts and Letters, New York on January 30, 31
    and February 1, 2002
    Produced by Adam Abeshouse
    (9,15) produced by Brian McWhorter
    (11) produced by Adam Abeshouse and Andrew Bove

  Sycil Mathai: trumpet; Brian McWhorter: trumpet; Theo Primis: horn; Mike
  Boschen: trombone; Andrew Bove: tuba.

    2004 - Summit Records (USA), DCD 389 (CD)

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170 - BOW RIVER FALLS: Dave Douglas, Louis Sclavis, Peggy Lee, Dylan van der
  Schyff

    1/ Blinks 					(Steve Lacy)		 2:34
    2/ Bow River Falls				(Dave Douglas)		 5:09
    3/ Fete Forraine				(Louis Sclavis)		 5:14
    4/ Window 					(Peggy Lee)		 4:24
    5/ Maputo 					(Louis Sclavis)		 7:03
    6/ Petals 					(Dave Douglas)		 5:23
    7/ Retracing 2				(Peggy Lee)		 6:37
    8/ Dernier Regards/Vol			(Louis Sclavis)		 3:02
    9/ Woman At Point Zero			(Dave Douglas)		 8:16
    10/ Dark Water				(DD,LS,PL,DVDS)		 5:22
    11/ Paradox					(Dave Douglas)		 5:23

    Recorded during the Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative 
    Music at the Banff Centre, Alberta in June 2003
    Produced by Dave Douglas and Dylan van der Schyff

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Louis Sclavis: clarinet, bass clarinet; Peggy Lee:
  cello; Dylan van der Schyff: drums, laptop.

    2004 - Koch/Premonition Records (USA), KOC-CD-5744 (CD)

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171 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME SEVEN: Masada

    1/ Karaim                                   (John Zorn)
    2/ Hath-Arob                                (John Zorn)
    3/ Sippur                                   (John Zorn)
    4/ Acharei Mot                              (John Zorn)
    5/ Kedushah                                 (John Zorn)
    6/ Ravayah                                  (John Zorn)
    7/ Piriam                                   (John Zorn)
    8/ Ashnah                                   (John Zorn)

    Recorded at Tonic, New York City in September 2003

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5007 (CD+CD-R)

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172 - MASADA LIVE AT TONIC 1999: Antonio Ferrara

    1/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)
    2/ Sippur                                   (Zorn)
    3/ Jair                                     (Zorn)
    4/ Ne'eman                                  (Zorn)
    5/ Kedushah                                 (Zorn)
    6/ Beeroth                                  (Zorn)
    7/ Kochot                                   (Zorn)
    8/ Shechem                                  (Zorn)
    9/ Paran                                    (Zorn)

    Filmed during a live performance at Tonic, New York City during Summer
    1999

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums;
  Antonio Ferrera: director.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3003 (DVD)

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173 - SOUL NOTE STORY: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 2004 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ fea-
  tures Chico Hamilton Quintet (1), Lee Konitz Nonet (2), Jaki Byard (3), 
  Billy Bang (4), Charlie Haden/Geri Allen/Paul Motian (5), Arnett Cobb/Jimmy
  Heath/Joe Henderson (6), The Herbie Nichols Project (7), Mengelberg/Lacy/
  Lewis/Gorter/Bennink (8), Charlie Haden & Chet Baker (9), Paul Motian (10),
  Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers (11), Graves/Cyrille/Clarke/Moye (12),
  Max Roach Quartet (13), Mal Waldron & Steve Lacy (14), Dave Douglas (15),
  George Adams & Don Pullen (16), Cecil Taylor (17), Hamiet Bluiett (18), 
  Archie Shepp (19), Jimmy Giuffre/Paul Bley/Steve Swallow (20). 

    15/ Mirrors					(Dave Douglas)
 
    2004 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ???? (magazine+CD)

  See FIVE (1996) for further references on (15).

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174 - MOUNTAIN PASSAGES: Dave Douglas and Nomad

    1/ Summit Music                                                      3:55
    2/ Family Of The Climber                                             4:17
    3/ Gnarly Schnapps                                                   2:02
    4/ Gumshoe                                                           3:38
    5/ Twelve Degrees Proof                                              4:15
    6/ North Point Memorial                                              4:32
    7/ Cannonball Run                                                    4:43
    8/ Palisades                                                         3:21
    9/ A Nasty Spill                                                     7:27
    10/ Purple Mountains Majesty                                         1:49
    11/ Off Major                                                        2:45
    12a/ Bury Me Standing                                                7:41
    12b/ Encore: All Is Forgiven                                         3:33

    Recorded in Vancouver, BC (Canada) in June 2004

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Michael Moore: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet; Peggy
  Lee: cello; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Dylan van der Schyff: drums.

    2005 - Greenleaf Music (USA), KOC-CD-5802 (CD)

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175 - SANHEDRIN: Masada

  Disc 1:
    1/ Piram                                    (John Zorn)
    2/ Lebaoth                                  (John Zorn)
    3/ Idalah Abal                              (John Zorn)
    4/ Midbar                                   (John Zorn)
    5/ Zelah                                    (John Zorn)
    6/ Katzatz                                  (John Zorn)
    7/ Abidan                                   (John Zorn)
    8/ Hekhal                                   (John Zorn)
    9/ Tannaim                                  (John Zorn)
    10/ Nefesh                                  (John Zorn)
    11/ Neshamah                                (John Zorn)
    12/ Lakom                                   (John Zorn)
    13/ Tiferet                                 (John Zorn)
    14/ Evel                                    (John Zorn)
  Disc 2:
    15/ Hath Arob                               (John Zorn)
    16/ Mahshav                                 (John Zorn)
    17/ Zemer                                   (John Zorn)
    18/ Ne'Eman                                 (John Zorn)
    19/ Meholalot                               (John Zorn)
    20/ Kochot                                  (John Zorn)
    21/ Jachin                                  (John Zorn)
    22/ Moshav                                  (John Zorn)
    23/ Acharei Mot                             (John Zorn)
    24/ Kilayim 				(John Zorn)
    25/ Otiot 					(John Zorn)
    26/ Nashim 					(John Zorn)
    27/ Karet 					(John Zorn)
    28/ Hashmal 				(John Zorn)
    29/ Ruach 					(John Zorn)

    (1-5) recorded on February 20, 1994
    (6-10) recorded on June 22, 1994
    (11-13) recorded on July 16-17, 1995
    (14-17) recorded on April 16, 1996
    (18) recorded on August 1, 1996
    (19-23) recorded on April 21, 1997
    (24-29) recorded on September 15, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7346-2 (2xCD)

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176 - JAZZ MAGAZINE 32: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 2005 issue of the Italian magazine JAZZ 
  MAGAZINE features Victoria Tolstoy (1), Corbini-Franceschini Quintet (2), 
  Kasper Villaume Trio (3), Dave Douglas (4), Eugenio Finardi (5), Nick the 
  Nightfly & the Montecardo Nights Orchestra (6), Sonny Stitt (7), Marcello 
  Tonolo & Marco Tamburini (8), Paolo Federighi & Marco Bianchi (9), Pino 
  Minafra (10), Scott Kinsey (11), Isoritmo (12), Anthony Braxton (13), Kekki
  Fornarelli (14).

    4/ Encore: All Is Forgiven			(Dave Douglas)		 3:34

    2005 - Jazz Magazine (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See MOUNTAIN PASSAGES (2005) for further references on (4).

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177 - LIVE AT THE BIMHUIS, SET ONE: Dave Douglas Quintet

    1/ Penelope                                 (Douglas)               23:50
    2/ The Infinite                             (Douglas)               12:18
    3/ Poses                                    (Douglas)                9:22
    4/ Caterwaul                                (Douglas)                3:36

    Recorded live at the Bimhuis, Netherlands in October 2002

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Rick Margitza: tenor; Uri Caine: Fender Rhodes; James
  Genus: bass; Clarence Penn: drums.

    2005 - Greenleaf Music (USA), ??? (CD)
    2006 - Greenleaf Music (USA), P01 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue contains both sets.

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178 - LIVE AT THE BIMHUIS, SET TWO: Dave Douglas Quintet

    1/ Waverly                                  (Douglas)               17:29
    2/ The Frisell Dream                        (Douglas)                5:10
    3/ Unison                                   (Douglas)               11:41
    4/ Ramshackle                               (Douglas)                7:55
    5/ Deluge                                   (Douglas)               23:02

    Recorded live at the Bimhuis, Netherlands in October 2002

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Rick Margitza: tenor; Uri Caine: Fender Rhodes; James
  Genus: bass; Clarence Penn: drums.

    2005 - Greenleaf Music (USA), ??? (CD)
    2006 - Greenleaf Music (USA), P01 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue contains both sets.

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179 - KEYSTONE: Dave Douglas

    1/ A Noise From The Deep                    (Douglas)                6:54
    2/ Just Another Murder                      (Douglas)                4:51
    3/ Sapphire Sky Blue                        (Douglas)                4:55
    4/ Butterfly Effect                         (Douglas)                6:14
    5/ Fatty's Day Off                          (Douglas)                2:31
    6/ Mabel Normand                            (Douglas)                4:47
    7/ The Real Roscoe                          (Douglas)                4:31
    8/ Famous Players                           (Douglas)                6:52
    9/ Barnyard Flirtations                     (Douglas)                1:42
    10/ Hollywood                               (Douglas)                4:19
    11/ Tragicomique                            (Douglas)                5:18

    Recorded in New York in January-May 2005
    Produced by Dave Douglas and David Torn

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Jamie Saft: Wurlitzer; Gene Lake: drums; Marcus
  Strickland: saxophones; Brad Jones: bass; DJ Olive: turntables.

    2005 - Greenleaf Music (USA), GRE-03 (CD+DVD)

  Note: the DVD contains the movie FATTY AND MABEL ADRIFT (1916) by Roscoe  
  Arbuckle, with soundtrack music by Dave Douglas, as well as JUST ANOTHER 
  MURDER, a music video with film sequences by Roscoe Arbuckle and music by
  Dave Douglas.

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180 - SIX STANDARDS (QUINTET) 1996: Anthony Braxton

    1/ Woody'n You                              (Dizzy Gillespie)       11:52
    2/ Blues And The Abstract Truth             (Oliver Nelson)         16:25
    3/ Ruby My Dear                             (Thelonious Monk)       13:52
    4/ Like Sonny                               (John Coltrane)          6:54
    5/ Lazy Bird                                (John Coltrane)         11:16
    6/ Dee's Dilemma                            (Mal Waldron)           11:05   

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in 1996
    Produced by Peppo Spagnoli 

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Mark Whitecage: alto, soprano; Anthony Braxton: 
  piano; Mario Pavone: bass; Warren Smith: percussion.

    2005 - Splasc(h) (Italy), CDH 863.2 (CD)

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181 - REFLECTIONS: Eric Person

    1/ Perfection
    2/ Mr. More Or Less
    3/ Friends Again
    4/ When Morning Comes
    5/ Implications
    6/ Extra Pressure
    7/ Reach!
    8/ Ancient Sun
    9/ K.T.
    10/ The Ringleader
    11/ Etc.
    12/ Next Love

    Recorded at various locations over 1993-2003
    (9-11) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City in 1998

  Eric Person: alto, soprano; James Finn: flute; Dave Douglas (9-11): trumpet;
  Cary Denigris: guitar; John Esposito: piano; Mike Cain: piano, synthesizer;
  Dave Holland: bass; Kenny Davis: bass; Carlos Henderson: bass; Calvin Jones:
  bass; Peter O'Brien: drums; E.J. Strickland: drums; Gene Jackson: drums;
  Ronnie Burrage: drums; Mark Johnson (9-11): drums.

    2005 - Distinction (USA), 4003 (CD)

  Note: all the tracks on this record have already been released with the
  exception of the three tracks featuring Dave Douglas (9-11).

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182 - THE STONE: ISSUE ONE: various artists

    1/ Introduction
    2/ Interlude 1
    3/ Part One
    4/ Interlude 2
    5/ Part Two
    6/ Interlude 3
    7/ Postlude
    8/ Coda

  John Zorn; Dave Douglas; Mike Patton; Bill Laswell; Rob Burger; Ben
  Perowsky.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), 0002 (limited edition CD)
    2005 - Tzadik (USA), 0002 (CD)

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183 - RUE DE SEINE: Martial Solal, Dave Douglas

    1/ July Shower                                                       5:24
    2/ Blues To Steve Lacy                                               5:54
    3/ 34 Bars Blues                                                     5:10
    4/ For Suzannah                                                      3:25
    5/ Fast Ballad                                                       3:43
    6/ Elk's Club                                                        5:06
    7/ Have You Met Miss Jones                                           4:26
    8/ Body And Soul                                                     5:18
    9/ Here's That Rainy Day                                             3:18
    10/ All The Things You Are                                           6:35

    Recorded at Acousti Studio, Paris in July 2005 

  Martial Solal: piano; Dave Douglas: trumpet.

    2006 - CAM Jazz (France), 7780-2 (CD)
    2006 - CAM Jazz (USA), CAM 5013 (CD)

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184 - ICH BIN DER WELT ABHANDEN GEKOMMEN [DETACHING FROM THE WORLD]: Franz
  Winter

  Dave Douglas; Don Byron; Mark Feldman; Joey Baron; Erik Friedlander; Ralph 
  Alessi; Dave Binney; Uri Caine.

    2006 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 915 003-7 (DVD)

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185 - MEANING AND MYSTERY: Dave Douglas

    1/ Painter's Way
    2/ Culture Wars
    3/ The Sheik Of Things To Come
    4/ Blues To Steve Lacy
    5/ Tim Bits
    6/ The Twombly Infinites
    7/ Elks Club
    8/ Invocation
    9/ The Team

  Dave Douglas; Donny McCaslin; Uri Caine; James Genus; Clarence Penn.

    2006 - Greenleaf Music (USA), GRE-04 (CD)

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186 - LIVE AT THE BIMHUIS 2002: Dave Douglas Quintet

    2006 - Greenleaf Music (USA), P01 (2xCD)

  See LIVE AT THE BIMHUIS, SET ONE (2005) and LIVE AT THE BIMHUIS, SET TWO
  (2005) for further references.

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187 - LIVE IN SWEDEN: Dave Douglas Keystone

    1/ Fatty & Mabel Adrift Suite: Pt. 1                                 9:51  
    2/ Fatty & Mabel Adrift Suite: Pt. 2                                 7:07  
    3/ Fatty & Mabel Adrift Suite: Pt. 3                                 9:34  
    4/ Fatty & Mabel Adrift Suite: Pt. 4                                 4:48  
    5/ Fatty & Mabel Adrift Suite: Pt. 5                                 5:20  
    6/ The Real Roscoe                                                  11:01  
    7/ Mabel Normand                                                     5:30  
    8/ Pool Sharks                                                      10:32  
    9/ Encore: Luke The Dog                                              7:28

    Recorded during the UMEA Jazz Festival, Sweden in October 2005

    2006 - Greenleaf (USA), P02 (CD)

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188 - LIVE AT THE JAZZ STANDARD [FULL BOOK]: Dave Douglas Quintet

    Recorded live at New York's Jazz  Standard between December 5 and 10, 2006

  Dave Douglas: cornet; Donny McCaslin; Uri Caine; James Genus; Clarence Penn.

    2006 - Greenleaf Music (USA), ??? (12xCD)

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189 - CAMJAZZ: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 2006 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ fea-
  tures Tommaso & Rava Quartet (1), Salvatore Bonafede (2), Oregon (3), Art 
  Farmer & Phil Woods (4), Enrico Rava (5), Antonio Faraò (6), Enrico 
  Pieranunzi (7), Martial Solal & Dave Douglas (8), De Vito/Rea/Pietropaoli 
  (9), John Taylor (10), Bellatalla/Maier/Rabbia (11), Aires Tango (12), Lee
  Konitz & Martial Solal (13), Kenny Wheeler (14), Jim Hall & Enrico 
  Pieranunzi (15). 
  
    8/ July Shower 				(Martial Solal, Dave Douglas)
 
    2006 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ???? (magazine+CD)

  See RUE DE SEINE (2006) for further references on (8).

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190 - LAWN CHAIR SOCIETY: Kenny Werner

    1/ Lo's Garden  
    2/ New Amsterdam  
    3/ The 13th Day  
    4/ Burble_Burble_Splerk  
    5/ Uncovered Heart  
    6/ Inaugural Balls  
    7/ West_Coast_Variant  
    8/ Lawn Chairs (And Other Foreign Policy)
    9/ Loss  
    10/ Kothbiro  

    Produced by Lenny Pickett

  Kenny Werner: piano, keyboards, computer; Dave Douglas: trumpet, cornet; 
  Chris Potter: tenor, bass clarinet; Scott Colley: bass; Brian Blade: drums;
  Lenny Pickett (8): wooden flute.

    2007 - Blue Note (USA), 0946 3 74896 2 8 (CD)

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191 - POM POM: THE ESSENTIAL CIBO MATTO: Cibo Matto

    1/ Sugar Water
    2/ Spoon
    3/ Sci-Fi Wasabi
    4/ Clouds
    5/ King Of Silence (Dan The Automator Remix)
    6/ Moonchild
    7/ Flowers
    8/ Stone
    9/ White Pepper Ice Cream
    10/ Know Your Chicken
    11/ Birthday Cake
    12/ Beef Jerky
    13/ Working For Vacation
    14/ Le Pain Perdu
    15/ Artichoke
    16/ Swords And A Paintbrush
    17/ Backseat
    18/ Vamos A La Playa
    19/ Apple

  Marc Ribot; Dave Douglas; etc.

    2007 - Warner Bros./Rhino (USA), R2 77641 (CD)

  Note: (5,16) are previously unreleased tracks.

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192 - LIVE AT THE JAZZ STANDARD: Dave Douglas Quintet

  Disc 1:
    1/ Earmarks                                 (Douglas)                5:56
    2/ Tree And Shrub                           (Douglas)                3:59
    3/ War Room                                 (Douglas)                5:16
    4/ Indian Point                             (Douglas)               11:14
    5/ The Cornet Is A Fickle Friend            (Douglas)                1:51
    6/ The Next Phase (For Thomas)              (Douglas)                7:23
    7/ October Surprise                         (Douglas)                9:19
    8/ Seth Thomas                              (Douglas)               10:23
  Disc 2:
    9/ Meaning And Mystery                      (Douglas)                7:57
    10/ Navigations                             (Douglas)                8:48
    11/ Redemption                              (Douglas)                4:52
    12/ Little Penn                             (Douglas)                8:24
    13/ Living Streams                          (Douglas)                6:25
    14/ Leaving Autumn                          (Douglas)                8:39
    15/ Magic Triangle                          (Douglas)                6:58
    16/ A Single Sky                            (Douglas)               10:40

    Recorded live at New York's Jazz  Standard between December 5 and 10, 2006

  Dave Douglas: cornet; Donny McCaslin: tenor; Uri Caine: Fender Rhodes; James
  Genus: bass; Clarence Penn: drums.

    2007 - Greenleaf (USA), 05 (2xCD)
    2007 - Koch/Greenleaf (USA), KOC-CD-5574 (2xCD)

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193 - THE PREMONITION YEARS 1994-2002: Patricia Barber

  Disc 1: POP SONGS
  Disc 2: STANDARDS
  Disc 3: ORIGINALS

  Patricia Barber; Dave Douglas; etc.

    2007 - Premonition Records (USA), 90770/90771/90772 (3xCD)

  See MODERN COOL (1998) and VERSE (2002) for further references.

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194 - MOONSHINE: Dave Douglas & Keystone

    1/ Dog Star                                 (Douglas)                5:01
    2/ Moonshine                                (Douglas)                7:30
    3/ Married Life                             (Douglas)                9:43
    4/ Silent Stars                             (Douglas)                8:39
    5/ Scopes                                   (Douglas)                2:39
    6/ Flood Plane                              (Douglas)                7:42
    7/ Kitten                                   (Douglas)                4:23
    8/ Tough                                    (Douglas)               10:54 
    9/ Photosynthesis                           (Douglas)                8:10

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Marcus Strickland: saxophones; Adam Benjamin: Rhodes;
  Brad Jones: bass; Gene Lake: drums; DJ Olive: turntables.

    2007 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 06 (CD/DVD)

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195 - STOLAS: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 12: Masada Quintet

    1/ Haamiah 					(Zorn)			 4:20
    2/ Rikbiel					(Zorn) 			 5:47
    3/ Psisya 					(Zorn)			 8:26
    4/ Sartael 					(Zorn)			 4:50
    5/ Tashriel 				(Zorn)			 4:03
    6/ Rahtiel 					(Zorn)			 7:56
    7/ Tagriel 					(Zorn)			13:30
    8/ Serakel 					(Zorn)			 5:06
    9/ Rigal 					(Zorn)			 8:59

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on February 22, 2009
    Produced by John Zorn

  Joe Lovano: tenor; John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Uri Caine: piano;
  Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums. 

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7375 (CD)

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196 - SPIRIT MOVES: Dave Douglas & Brass Ecstasy

    1/ This Love Affair 			(Rufus Wainright)	 3:25
    2/ Orujo					(Douglas)		 3:38
    3/ The View From Blue Mountain 		(Douglas)		 4:53
    4/ Twilight Of The Dogs			(Douglas)		 4:06
    5/ Bowie					(Douglas)		 6:27
    6/ Rava					(Douglas)		 5:36
    7/ Fats					(Douglas)		 3:48
    8/ The Brass Ring				(Douglas)		 7:56
    9/ Mister Pitiful 				(Otis Redding, Steve 
						Cropper)		 3:05
    10/ Great Awakening				(Douglas)		 6:00
    11/ I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 		(Hank Williams, Sr.)	 4:18
    12/ Prayer For Baghdad			(Douglas)
    13/ Hope 					(Douglas)

    Recorded in Brooklyn, New York on December 15 & 16, 2008

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Luis Bonilla: trombone;
  Marcus Rojas: tuba; Nasheet Waits: drums. 

    2009 - Greenleaf (USA), GRE 1010 (CD)
    2009 - Greenleaf (USA), 10 (CD+DVD)

  Note: (12,13) are bonus tracks only available with the subscriber edition.
  Note: the track listing of the DVD is:

    1/ This Love Affair
    2/ Bowie
    3/ Great Awakening
    4/ Mister Pitiful
    5/ Fats
    6/ The View From Blue Mountain

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197 - A SINGLE SKY: Dave Douglas

    1/ The Presidents 				(Douglas)		 9:32
    2/ Bury Me Standing 			(Douglas)		 9:57
    3/ A Single Sky 				(Douglas)		11:12
    4/ Campaign Trail 				(Douglas)		 8:55
    5/ Tree And Shrub 				(Douglas)		 5:02
    6/ Persistence Of Memory 			(Douglas)		11:09
    7/ Blockbuster 				(Douglas)		 6:43

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Frankfurt Radio Bigband; Jim McNeely: conductor.

    2009 - Greenleaf Music (USA), ??? (CD)

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198 - HAZENTIJD: Han Bennink

  This DVD, directed by Jellie Decker, features a documentary on Han Bennink 
  (1), Duo Mengelberg/Bennink (2), Tobias Delius Quartet (3), ICP Orchestra
  with Dave Douglas (4), Duo Janssen/Bennink (5), Royal Improvisers Orchestra
  (6), ICP Orchestra with Peter Brötzmann (7), Han Bennink (8).
  
    1/ Hazentijd (Documentary on Han Bennink)				70:00
    2/ Improvisation				(Mengelberg, Bennink)	27:18
    3/ Wink No. 50				(Tobias Delius Quartet)	10:23
    4/ Happy Go Lucky Local			(ICP Orchestra)		 9:00
    5/ Klein Verstelwerk/A Little Mending	(Janssen, Bennink)       4:02
    6/ [untitled]				(Royal Improvisers 
						Orchestra)		 7:00
    7/ Brozziman				(ICP Orchestra)		 6:55
    8/ [untitled]				(Han Bennink)		 3:16
    
    (2) recorded at De Spieghel, Groningen in 1980 
    (3) recorded at La Dynamo, Paris on February 2, 2007
    (4) recorded at Theatre Banff, Canada on June 9, 2007
    (5) recorded at Zaal 100, Amsterdam (Netherlands) on December 13, 2008
    (6) recorded at Bimhuis, Amsterdam (Netherlands) on June 27, 2009
    (7) recorded at Bimhuis, Amsterdam (Netherlands) on April 21, 2007
    (8) recorded at Bimhuis, Amsterdam (Netherlands) on April 21, 2007
    Produced by Dick Lucas

  Han Bennink: drums, percussion, talking; Misha Mengelberg (2): piano; ICP 
  Orchestra (4,7); Dave Douglas (4): trumpet; Guus Janssen (5): piano; Royal
  Improvisers Orchestra (RIO) (6); Peter Brötzmann (7): tenor.

    2009 - Data (Netherlands), Images 06 (DVD)

  Note: in the documentary, the following persons appear: Peter Brötzmann, 
  Dave Douglas, Terry Ex, Ernst Glerum, Oscar Jan Hoogland, Ruud Jacobs, Guus 
  Janssen, Evan Parker, and Mik Thoomes.

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199 - PATRICIA BARBER REMIXED: Patricia Barber

    1/ The Beat Goes On 						 4:40
    2/ Touch Of Trash 							 3:21
    3/ Inch Worm							 4:14
    4/ Ode To Billy Joe 						 5:41
    5/ The Moon 							 3:58
    6/ Just For A Thrill 						 4:18
    7/ Dansons La Gigue 						 3:31
    8/ Company 								 3:24
    9/ Taste Of Honey 							 3:39
    10/ She's A Lady							 3:55

    2009 - Premonition (USA), PRE-776-2 (CD)

  See MODERN COOL (1998) for further references on (2,8).

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200 - SPARK OF BEING: SOUNDTRACK: Dave Douglas & Keystone

    1/ Creature Theme 				(Douglas)		 7:08
    2/ Spark Of Being 				(Douglas)		 3:45
    3/ Observer 				(Douglas)		 4:02
    4/ Travelogue 				(Douglas)		 7:24
    5/ Prologue 				(Douglas) 		 4:27
    6/ Tree Ring Circus 			(Douglas)		 6:29
    7/ Creature And Friend 			(Douglas)		 2:56
    8/ Is It You? 				(Douglas)		 2:43
    9/ Chroma 					(Douglas)		 7:53
    10/ Observer Claymation 			(Douglas)		 3:51
    11/ Observer Animation 			(Douglas)		 1:02
    12/ Split Personality 			(Douglas)		 6:21
    13/ Creature Alone 				(Douglas)		 6:10

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Marcus Strickland: tenor; Adam Benjamin: Fender 
  Rhodes; Brad Jones: bass; Gene Lake: drums; DJ Olive: turntables, laptop.

    2010 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1012 (CD)
    2010 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1015 (3xCD)

  Note: the 3xCD box set also features SPARK OF BEING: EXPAND and SPARK OF 
  BEING: BURST.

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201 - SPARK OF BEING: EXPAND: Dave Douglas & Keystone

    1/ Spark Of Being 				(Douglas)		 3:46
    2/ Creature 				(Douglas)		 7:34
    3/ Tree Ring Circus 			(Douglas)		 5:43
    4/ Observer 				(Douglas)		 4:04
    5/ Chroma 					(Douglas)		 7:42
    6/ Travelogue 				(Douglas)		 7:57
    7/ Prologue 				(Douglas)		 5:52

    Recorded at The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, 
    Stanford University (USA) in January 2010

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Marcus Strickland: tenor; Adam Benjamin: Fender 
  Rhodes; Brad Jones: bass; Gene Lake: drums; DJ Olive: turntables, laptop.

    2010 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1013 (CD)
    2010 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1015 (3xCD)
    2011 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1016 (LP)

  Note: the 3xCD box set also features SPARK OF BEING: SOUNDTRACK and SPARK OF 
  BEING: BURST.

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202 - SPARK OF BEING: BURST: Dave Douglas & Keystone

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Marcus Strickland: tenor; Adam Benjamin: Fender 
  Rhodes; Brad Jones: bass; Gene Lake: drums; DJ Olive: turntables, laptop.

    2010 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1014 (CD)
    2010 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1015 (3xCD)

  Note: not released yet (planned on September 21, 2010).
  Note: the 3xCD box set also features SPARK OF BEING: SOUNDTRACK and SPARK OF 
  BEING: EXPAND.

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203 - BRASS ECSTASY AT NEWPORT: Dave Douglas United Front

    1/ Spirit Moves 				(Douglas)		 5:02
    2/ Rava 					(Douglas)		10:04
    3/ Fats 					(Douglas) 		 3:34
    4/ I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 		(Hank Williams)		 7:30
    5/ United Front 				(Douglas) 		 6:17
    6/ Bowie 					(Douglas) 		12:28

    Recorded live during the 2010 Carefusion Newport Jazz Festival

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Luis Bonilla: trombone;
  Marcus Rojas: tuba; Nasheet Waits: drums.

    2011 - Greenleaf Music (USA), GRE-1018 (CD)

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204 - NINO ROTA: Richard Galiano

    1/ The Godfather Waltz 			(Nino Rota)		 1:37
    2/ La Strada - Tema 			(Nino Rota)		 2:46
    3/ I Vitelloni - Temi 			(Nino Rota)		 5:43
    4/ I Tre Suonatori 				(Nino Rota)		 0:46
    5/ A Processione 				(Nino Rota)		 2:55
    6/ Huit Et Demi - La Passerella D'Addio 	(Nino Rota)		 5:19
    7/ Solitudine Di Gelsomina 			(Nino Rota)		 2:18
    8/ Il Circo Giraffa 			(Nino Rota)		 1:46
    9/ Il Matto Sul Filo 			(Nino Rota)		 1:55
    10/ Love Theme From The Godfather 		(Nino Rota)		 4:20
    11/ Gelsomina 				(Nino Rota)		 1:51
    12/ I Notti Di Cabiria - Tema 		(Nino Rota)		 4:22
    13/ Zampano E La Vedova 			(Nino Rota)		 3:46
    14/ La Strada - La Partenza Del Convento 	(Nino Rota)		 2:35
    15/ La Strada - Addio Del Matto 		(Nino Rota)		 1:58
    16/ La Dolce Vita - Temi 			(Nino Rota)		 4:26
    17/ Giulietta Degli Spiriti (Rosa Avrata) 	(Nino Rota)		 5:48
    18/ Le Manine Di Primavera 			(Nino Rota)		 1:47
    19/ Amarcord - Tema 			(Nino Rota)		 2:25
    20/ Nino 					(Galiano)		 3:08

  Richard Galliano: accordion; John Surman: soprano; Dave Douglas: trumpet;
  Boris Kozlov: bass; Clarence Penn: drums.

    2011 - Deutsche Grammophon (Germany?), 0289 476 4615 0 (CD)

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205 - THE DRUMMER BOY: Uri Caine

    1/ Rhinelegend				(Mahler, Caine)		 3:20
    2/ I Often Think They Have Merely Gone Out	(Mahler, Caine)		 3:40
    3/ The Drummer Boy				(Mahler, Caine)		14:03
    4/ Two Blue Eyes				(Mahler, Caine)		 9:51
    5/ Adagietto				(Mahler, Caine)		10:37
    6/ When Your Mother Comes In The Door	(Mahler, Caine)		 1:14
    7/ I Went Out This Morning Over The Countryside
						(Mahler, Caine)		 6:55
    8/ Dark Flame				(Mahler, Caine)		11:03

  Uri Caine: piano, celesta; Ralph Alessi: trumpet; Dave Douglas: trumpet;
  Josef Bierbichler: voice; Aaron Bensoussan: vocals, oud; Arto Lindsay: voi-
  ce; Shulamith Wechter Caine: voice; Julie Patton: voice; Jim Black: drums;
  Joey Baron: drums; David Binney: alto; DJ Olive: turntables, live electro-
  nics; Don Byron: clarinet; Mark Feldman: violin; Michael Formanek: bass; 
  Larry Gold: cello; Josh Roseman: trombone; Danny Blume: guitar.

    2011 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 190-2 (CD)

  See URLICHT/PRIMAL MUSIC (1997) for further references on (2,5,7).

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206 - THREE VIEWS: Dave Douglas

  Disc 1: RARE METALS
  Disc 2: ORANGE AFTERNOONS
  Disc 3: BAD MANGO

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Vincent Chancey (disc 1): French horn; Luis Bonilla 
  (disc 1): trombone; Marcus Rojas (disc 1): tuba; Nasheet Waits (disc 1): 
  drums; Ravi Coltrane (disc 2): tenor; Vijay Iyer (disc 2): piano; Linda Oh
  (disc 2): bass; Marcus Gilmore (disc 2): drums; So Percussion (disc 3): Adam
  Sliwinski (marimba, toys, concert bass drum, glockenspiel), Jason Treuting
  (drumset, melodica, deskbells), Josh Quillen (Korg synthesizer, vocoder, 
  kick drum, snare drum, ride cymbal).

    2011 - Greenleaf Music (USA), GRE-???? (3xCD)

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207 - MULTIPLE PERSONALITY REUNION TOUR: Guy Klucevsek

    1/ Breathless And Bewildered 		(Klucevsek)		 1:51
    2/ Waltz For Sandy 				(Klucevsek)		 2:48
    3/ Gimme A Minute, Please (My Sequins Are Showing) 
						(Klucevsek)		 1:26
    4/ Larsong 					(Klucevsek)		 5:07
    5/ Ratatatatouille 				(Klucevsek)		 4:41
    6/ Hymnopedie No. 1 			(Klucevsek)		 1:33
    7/ Hymnopedie No. 2 			(Klucevsek)		 3:24
    8/ Hymnopedie No. 3 			(Klucevsek)		 3:23
    9/ Pink Elephant 				(Klucevsek)		 5:59
    10/ O'o 					(Klucevsek)		 2:54
    11/ Ladereld 				(Klucevsek)		 3:44
    12/ The C And M Waltz 			(Klucevsek)		 3:47
    13/ Moja Baba Je Pijana 			(Klucevsek)		 4:44

  Guy Klucevsek; Brave Combo; Dave Douglas; Alex Meixner; Ginny Mac; Steve
  Elson; Kenny Wollesen; Pete Donovan; John Hollenbeck; Jo Lawry; Marcus 
  Rojas; Theo Bleckmann; Peter Eldridge; Brandon Seabrook.

    2012 - Innova (USA), 819 (CD)

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208 - BE STILL: Dave Douglas Quintet

    1/ Be Still My Soul
    2/ High On A Mountain
    3/ God Be With You
    4/ Barbara Allen
    5/ This Is My Father's World
    6/ Going Somewhere With You
    7/ Midle March
    8/ Livi Streams
    9/ Whither Must I Wander?

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Jon Irabagon: tenor; Matt Mitchell: piano; Linda Oh:
  bass; Rudy Royston: drums; Aoife O’Donovan: vocals. 

    2012 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1027 (CD)
    2012 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1027 (LP)

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209 - THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT & SOUL NOTE: Dave
  Douglas

  This 6xCD set contains PARALLEL WORLDS (1993), FIVE (1996), CONVERGENCE 
  (1999), JOHN COLTRANE'S ASCENSION (1997), BOUNCE (1998), and FORCE GREEN
  (1995).

  Disc 1: PARALLEL WORLDS
  Disc 2: FIVE
  Disc 3: CONVERGENCE 
  Disc 4: JOHN COLTRANE'S ASCENSION 
  Disc 5: BOUNCE 
  Disc 6: FORCE GREEN

    2012 - Black Saint/Soul Note/CAM Jazz (Italy), BXS 1020 (6xCD)

  See PARALLEL WORLDS (1993), FIVE (1996), CONVERGENCE (1999), JOHN COLTRANE'S
  ASCENSION (1997), BOUNCE (1998), and FORCE GREEN (1995) for further referen-
  ces.

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210 - TIME TRAVEL: Dave Douglas

    1/ Bridge To Nowhere
    2/ Time Travel
    3/ Law Of Historical Memory
    4/ Beware Of Doug
    5/ Little Feet 
    6/ Garden State
    7/ The Pigeon And The Pie. 

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; Jon Irabagon: tenor; Matt Mitchell: piano; Linda Oh:
  bass; Rudy Royston: drums.

    2013 - Greenleaf Music (USA), 1030 (CD)

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*** - ???: Fred Frith

  Fred Frith; Joan Jeanrenaud; Willie Winant; Dave Douglas.

    2001 (?) - Tzadik (USA), TZ ???? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - LIVE AT MOGADOR: Masada

    ???? - Tzadik (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - LIVE AT CASTLE CLINTON: Masada

    ???? - Tzadik (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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