DISCOGRAPHY OF MARTY EHRLICH

This is the 8th version of the discography of Marty Ehrlich. 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 MARTY EHRLICH |
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		       | by Patrice Roussel           |
		       | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)     |
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With special thanks to:

Kenny Likis    
Eric Linstadt   
John Madsen      
Michael Rosenstein
R. Lynn Rardin    
Marcel-Franck Simon
Doug Doucette      
William Tsun-Yuk Hsu
Vincent E. Kargatis 
Paul Parris       
Ignatios Alexander 
Glenn Lea          
Dave Cramer         
Robert Angelo Pleshar
Jim Ryan
Gino Robair
Steve Berman
Simon Hardy     
YOSHIOKA Toshiya 
Steve Smith	
Tony Reif             
Jason Caulfield Bivins 
Mark Corroto    
Kenichi Nagatomo 
William York     
Mark E. Rappaport 
Rick Lopez
Simon Hardy
Bob Hillier     
Paul Baranowski  
Dan Kurdilla	
Eric van 't Groenewout 
Alan Lankin   
Brad Beaudet   
Bobby Naughton	
Siegfried Otto 
Jerome Harris   
Francesco Maino  
Trey LeCroy    
Ralf Wacker	
Pawel Baranowski 
Eyal Hareuveni
Craig Lieske  
Benjamin Looker
Hywel Davies	
Jeff Caltabiano 
for sending me extra material and giving prompt answers to my questions.

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Records and tapes have been listed by chronological order for edition (and not recording). The following records and tapes are listed:

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

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

Some abbreviations:

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

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

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001 - UNDER THE SUN: Human Arts Ensemble

    1/ A Lover's Desire                                                 26:00
    2/ Hazrat, The Sufi                                                 22:00

    Recorded in St Louis, Missouri in July 1973

  Lester Bowie: trumpet; Marty Ehrlich: alto, tin flute; Carol Marshal: vocal,
  small instruments; James Marshall: alto, wooden flute, punji (snake charmer
  flute), small instruments; J.D. Parran: bass clarinet, soprano, flute, pic-
  colo, harmonica, small instruments; Victor Reef: trombone; Charles Bobo 
  Shaw: drums; Butch Smith: bass; Abdallah Yakub: percussion, small instru-
  ments; Alan Suits: tamboura; Vincent Terrell: cello.

    1973 - Universal Justice Records (USA), UJ-104 (LP)
    1975 - Arista-Freedom, AL 1022 (LP)
    1996 - Freedom (Japan), TKCB-70329 (CD)

  Note: the initial pressing was a limited edition of 500 copies, and was 
  produced by The Committee for Universal Justice; Kwame Graham is listed
  as playing on this record.

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002 - MARTIN: Donald Rubinstein

  Soundtrack to George A. Romero's MARTIN.

  Donald Rubinstein; Marty Ehrlich; Steve Gorn; Hank Roberts.

    1979 - Varese Sarabande (USA), VC 81127 (LP)
    1999 - Level Green (USA), 22006 (CD)

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003 - SKETCHES FROM BAMBOO: Roscoe Mitchell Creative Orchestra

    1/ Sketches from Bamboo - Cyp 1                                     13:17
    2/ Linefinelyon Seven                                               10:15
    3/ Sketches from Bamboo - Cyp 2                                     13:49

    Recorded at Palm Studio, Paris in June 1979

  Roscoe Mitchell: alto; Anthony Braxton: reeds; Douglas Ewart: reeds; Wallace
  McMillan: reeds; Dwight Andrews: reeds; Marty Ehrlich: reeds; Leo Smith:
  trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Hugh Ragin: trumpet; Mike Mossmann: trum-
  pet; Rob Howard: trumpet; George Lewis: trombone; Ray Anderson: trombone;
  Alfred Patterson: trombone; Pinguin Moschner: tuba; Wes Brown: bass; 
  Pheeroan Aklaff: drums, percussion; Marilyn Crispell: piano; Bobby Naughton:
  vibes.

    1979 - Moers Music (Germany), MoMu 02024 (LP)
 
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004 - BUDDING OF A ROSE: Leo Smith

    1/ Harmonium                                                        17:04
    2/ Mutumishi                                                         5:35
    3/ Budding of a Rose                                                21:17

    Recorded at Palm Studio, Paris in June 1979

  Leo Smith: trumpet; Rob Howard: trumpet; Michael Philip Mossman: trumpet;
  Hugh Ragin: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Ray Anderson: trombone; George
  Lewis: trombone; Alfred Patterson: trombone; Pinguin Moschner: tuba; Dwight
  Andrews: reeds; Anthony Braxton: reeds; Marty Ehrlich: reeds; Douglas Ewart:
  reeds; Wallace McMillan: reeds; Marilyn Crispell: piano; Bobby Naughton:
  vibes; Wes Brown: bass; Pheeroan AkLaff: drums, percussion.

    1979 - Moers Music (Germany), MoMu 02026 (LP)

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005 - GIFTS: Michael Gregory Jackson

    1/ Unspoken Magic                                                    5:27
    2/ Dyami Emu                                                         5:43
    3/ Vivid Violet                                                      3:45
    4/ Theme For In Eyes                                                 8:33
    5/ Sir Julius Of Woodstock                                           7:00
    6/ Gifts                                                            15:25

    Recorded in New York City

  Michael Gregory Jackson: guitars, percussion, voice, organ, gong; Pheeroan
  Ak Laff: drums; Marty Ehrlich: flute, soprano, alto, bass clarinet; Fred
  Hopkins: bass; Jay Hoggard: vibraphone; Jerome Harris: bass; Baikida
  Carroll: trumpet, flugelhorn.

    1979 - Novus/Arista, AN3012 (LP)

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006 - HEART & CENTER: Michael Gregory Jackson

    1/ Lovin' You                               (Jackson)                4:03
    2/ Falling Rock                             (Jackson)                5:15
    3/ Risin' Up                                (Jackson)                3:56
    4/ Heart & Center                           (Jackson)                4:50
    5/ We're Connected Now                      (Jackson, Chevalier)     4:23
    6/ Of A Highly Questionable Nature          (Jackson)                7:50
    7/ We Will Always Know                      (Jackson)                4:16
    8/ Catalyst To Perception                   (Jackson)                2:35

    Recorded at Sound Mixers Studio, New York

  Michael Gregory Jackson: vocal, background vocals, acoustic guitar, vibra-
  slap, slapstick, electric guitar, afuche, synthesizer; Pheeroan ak Laff:
  drums, tambourine, cowbell; Jerome Harris: electric bass; Barry Harwood (all
  but (4,8)): acoustic piano, organ, electric piano; Marty Ehrlich (all but
  (1,8)): soprano, flute, alto, baritone saxophone; Baikida Carroll (all but
  (1,8)): trumpet, flugelhorn.

    1979 - Novus/Arista, AN 3015 (LP)

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007 - NEW YORK BIG BAND: George Russell

    1/ Living Time, Event V                     (Russell)               10:47
    2/ Big City Blues                           (Russell)                9:22
    3/ Listen To The Silence, Part 1            (Russell)                4:32
    4/ Cubano Be, Cubano Bop                    (Russell)               10:25
    5/ Mystic Voices                            (Russell)                5:56
    6/ God Bless The Child                      (Holiday, Herzog)        5:25
    7/ Listen To The Silence, Part 2            (Russell)                3:57

    Recorded in New York on August 16, 1978

  George Russell: arranger; Stanton Davis: trumpet; Lew Soloff: trumpet,
  flugelhorn; Terumaso Hino: trumpet; Gary Valente: trombone; Dave Taylor:
  bass trombone; John Clark: French horn; Marty Ehrlich: alto; Ricky Ford:
  tenor; Roger Rosenberg: tenor; Carl Atkins: baritone saxophone, bass clari-
  net; Mark Slifstein: guitar; Gotz Tangerding: piano; Ricky Martinez: elec-
  tric piano, organ; Cameron Brown: bass; Warren Smith: drums; Babafumi
  Akunyon: congas; Lee Genesis: vocals.

    1982 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1039 (LP)
    ???? - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1039 (CD)
    2010 - Black Saint/CAM (Italy), BXS 1005 (9xCD) 

  Note: the lineup above does not apply to track #4 which is interpreted by
  the Swedish Radio Jazz Orchestra.
  Note: the 9xCD set is called COMPLETE BLACK SAINT-SOUL NOTE RECORDINGS and
  contains all the records made by George Russell for Black Saint/Soul Note.

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008 - THE SKY CRIES THE BLUES: Creative Improvisers Orchestra

    1/ Black Fire In Mother-Land My Soul        (Smith)                  5:05
    2/ Return To My Native Land II              (Smith)                 15:40
    3/ The Interstices Of A Dream (For Henry Miller)    (Hemingway)     11:20
    4/ Picric Wobble                            (Naughton)               8:00

    Recorded at RBY Studios, Southbury (Connecticut) on January 12, 1981
    Produced by Creative Musicians Improvisors Forum, Inc
 
  Leo Smith, George Alford, Genghis Nor: trumpet, flugelhorn; Oliver Lake: 
  soprano, alto, flute; Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute;
  Phil Buettner: baritone saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute; Cliff 
  White: tenor, baritone saxophone, flute; Bill Lowe: trombone, tuba; Bobby 
  Naughton: vibraharp; Robert de Sesa: vibraphone, percussion; Wes Brown: 
  bass; Mario Pavone: bass; Joe Fonda: bass; Gerry Hemingway: drums; Yohuru 
  Ralph Williams: percussion; Harryson Buster: percussion, vocals; 
  Allan Jaffe (3): guitar.

    1982 - CMIF Records, 1 (LP)

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009 - DIMENSION 5: John Lindberg Quintet

    1/ Eleven Thrice                            (Lindberg)              15:44
    2/ T'wixt C and D (Part 1)                  (Lindberg)               4:35
    3/ T'wixt C and D (Part 2)                  (Lindberg)               8:04
    4/ Dimension 5                              (Lindberg)              14:33

    Recorded live at Cami Hall, New York City on February 27, 1981

  Hugh Ragin: trumpet, piccolo trumpet; Marty Ehrlich: alto, flute; Billy 
  Bang: violin; John Lindberg: bass; Thurman Barker: drums.

    1982 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0062 (LP)
    1997 - Black Saint (Italy), 120062-2 (CD)

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010 - MIXED QUINTET: Leroy Jenkins

    1/ Shapes, Textures, Rhythms, Moods of Sound                        19:17
    2/ Quintet #3                                                       18:09

    Recorded at CI studios, New York City on March 22 and 23, 1979

  Leroy Jenkins: violin, viola; James Newton: flute; Marty Ehrlich: bass cla-
  rinet; John Clark: French horn; J.D. Parran: clarinet. 

    1983 - Black Saint (Italy), 0060 (LP)

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011 - UNISON: John Lindberg, Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Sound Stories                                                    21:02
      1a/ Unison
      1b/ So Long Long Long
    2/ Mellow T.                                                        16:08
    3/ Variations On A Theme By Charlie Mingus                           9:51

    Recorded at New England Repertory Theater, Worcester (MA) on January 19,
    1981

  Marty Ehrlich: flute, bass clarinet, soprano, alto; John Lindberg: bass.

    1982 - Cecma (Italy), Cecma 1006 (LP)
    1999 - Cecma (Italy), CD005-2 (CD)

  Note: the title of (1b) has been changed to "So Long, Long Song" on the CD
  reissue.

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012 - LIVE IN AN AMERICAN TIME SPIRAL: George Russell's New York Band

    1/ Time Spiral                              (Russell)               22:25
    2/ Ezz-Thetic                               (Russell)               16:30
    3/ D.C. Divertimento                        (Russell)               10:17

    Recorded in New York City on July 30 & 31, 1982

  Ron Tooley: trumpet; Stanton Davis: trumpet; Brian Leach: trumpet; Tom Har-
  rell: trumpet; Ray Anderson: trombone; Earl McIntyre: trombone; Marty 
  Ehrlich: alto, flute; Doug Miller: tenor, flute; Bob Hanlon: baritone; 
  Jerome Harris: guitar; Ron McClure: bass; Jack Reilly: keyboards; Mark
  Soskin: keyboards; Victor Lewis: drums; George Russell: conductor.

    1983 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1049 (LP)
    ???? - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1049 CD (CD)
    2010 - Black Saint/CAM (Italy), BXS 1005 (9xCD) 

  Note: the 9xCD set is called COMPLETE BLACK SAINT-SOUL NOTE RECORDINGS and
  contains all the records made by George Russell for Black Saint/Soul Note.

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013 - REJOICING WITH THE LIGHT: The Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra

    1/ The Heart Is Love And "I Am"             (Abrams)                10:25
    2/ Blessed By The Heaven At 12 (9-7-5-3-1)  (Abrams)                 9:33
    3/ Bloodline (dedicated to Fletcher Henderson, Don Redman, Benny Carter)
						(Abrams)                 7:54
    4/ Rejoicing With The Light                 (Abrams)                 8:42
    5/ Spiral To Clarity                        (Abrams)                 4:38

    Recorded at Green Street Recording Inc. Studio, New York City on January 
    8, 10, and 25, 1983

  Muhal Richard Abrams: conductor, piano; Janette Moody: soprano voice; Craig 
  Harris: trombone; Baikida Carroll: trumpet, flugelhorn; Vincent Chancey: 
  French horn; Howard Johnson: tuba, baritone saxophone, contrabass clarinet; 
  Marty Ehrlich: alto, flute, Bb clarinet, bass clarinet; Eugene Ghee: tenor, 
  Bb clarinet, bass clarinet; Patience Higgins: Bb clarinet, alto clarinet,
  baritone saxophone; John Purcell: piccolo, flute, alto, oboe, Bb clarinet, 
  bass clarinet; Abdul Wadud: cello; Jean-Paul Bourelly: guitar; Rick Rozie: 
  bass; Warren Smith: vibes, timpani, percussion; Andrew Cyrille: drums.

    1983 - Black Saint Records (Italy), BSR 0071 (LP)
    1983 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0071 (CD)

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014 - HAUNT OF THE UNRESOLVED: John Lindberg

    1/ Haunt Of The Unresolved (Pt. 1)          (Lindberg)
    2/ Haunt Of The Unresolved (Pt. 2)          (Lindberg)

    Recorded at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University (New York City) on 
    April 3, 1983

  John Lindberg: bass; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet; Hugh Ragin: trumpet, piccolo
  trumpet.

    ???? - Nato (France), NATO 40 (LP)

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015 - THE WELCOME: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Hybrid                                   (Ehrlich)                4:37
    2/ Lament (in passing)                      (Ehrlich)                4:58
    3/ The Welcome                              (Ehrlich)                7:19
    4/ Generosity                               (Ehrlich)                7:42
    5/ Dark Woods Bright Sparks                 (Ehrlich)                7:26
    6/ Stride                                   (Ehrlich)                6:32

    Recorded at Westrax Studios, New York City on March 21, 1984
    Produced by Pedro R. de Freitas

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet; Anthony Cox: bass;
  Pheeroan Aklaff: drums.

    1984 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas 002 (LP)

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016 - JAH MUSIC: Leo Smith and N.D.A.

    1/ Black Star Liner                         (Smith)
    2/ Who Killed David Walker                  (Smith)
    3/ Rahab                                    (Smith)
    4/ Unity                                    (Smith)
    5/ Dancin' On The Heart Of Jah              (Smith)
    6/ Love Unification                         (Smith)
    7/ Buffalo People                           (Smith)

    Recorded at Trod Nossell Studio, Wallingford (CT)

  Leo Smith; Marty Ehrlich; Bobby Naughton; Wes Brown; David Bindman; Michael
  Gregory Jackson; Thurman Barker; James Emery.

    1984 - Kabell (USA), 5 (CT)

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017 - VIEW FROM WITHIN: Muhal Richard Abrams Octet

    1/ Laja                                     (Abrams)                 6:36
    2/ View From Within                         (Abrams)                 7:52
    3/ Personal Conversations                   (Abrams)                 7:45
    4/ Down At Peppers                          (Abrams)                12:31
    5/ Positrain                                (Abrams)                 3:48
    6/ Inner Lights                             (Abrams)                 4:00

    Recorded at Vanguard Studios, New York City on September 22 and 27, 1984

  Stanton Davis: trumpet, flugelhorn; John Purcell: flute, soprano, alto,
  tenor, bass clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: flute, alto, tenor, clarinet, bass cla-
  rinet; Rick Rozie: bass; Warren Smith: vibes, marimba, gongs; Thurman 
  Barker: drums, orchestra bells, marimba, gongs; Ray Mantilla: bongos, conga
  drums, assorted percussion; Muhal Richard Abrams: piano, gongs.

    1985 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0081 (LP)
    1985 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 081-2 (CD)
    1985 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 081-4 (CT)

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018 - TRILOGY OF WORKS FOR ELEVEN INSTRUMENTALISTS: John Lindberg 

    1/ Holler                                   (Lindberg)              12:27
    2/ m to M                                   (Lindberg)               8:06
    3/ Dresden Moods                            (Lindberg)              20:08

    Recorded at Vanguard Studios, New York City on September 8-9, 1984

  Hugh Ragin: trumpet; Mike Mossman: trumpet, piccolo trumpet; Ray Anderson:  
  trombone; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Marty Ehrlich: alto, flute, piccolo;
  J. D. Parran: tenor, clarinet; Pablo Calogero: baritone saxophone; Alan 
  Jaffe: electric guitar; Eric Watson: piano; John Lindberg: bass; Thurman 
  Barker: drums, bells, xylophone; Anthony Braxton: conductor.

    1985 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0082 (LP)

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019 - CASTLES OF GHANA: John Carter

    1/ Castles Of Ghana                         (Carter)                13:22
    2/ Evening Prayer                           (Carter)                 6:10
    3/ Conversations                            (Carter)                 5:49
    4/ The Fallen Prince                        (Carter)                 6:08
    5/ Theme Of Desperation                     (Carter)                 4:52
    6/ Capture                                  (Carter)                11:19
    7/ Postlude                                 (Carter)                 0:40

    Recorded in November 1985

  John Carter: clarinet, vocals; Terry Jenoure: violin, vocals; Marty Ehrlich:
  bass clarinet, bells, gong; Bobby Bradford: cornet; Baikida Carroll: trum-
  pet, vocals; Benny Powell: trombone; Richard Davis: bass; Andrew Cyrille:
  drums, percussion.

    1986 - Gramavision (USA), GR 8603 (LP)
    1986 - Gramavision Records (USA), R2 79423 (CD)

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020 - SHARPEVILLE: Mario Pavone
   
    1/ Bi Cycle
    2/ Bass Ballad
    3/ Three M
    4/ Double
    5/ Two Flutes
    6/ Sharpeville
    7/ Chimera
    8/ Aku
    9/ Ark Two
    10/ 4 Up, 1 Down

    Recorded on September 8, 1985
    (6) recorded on January 6, 1985

  Mario Pavone: bass; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, clarinet, flute, alto
  flute; Thomas Chapin: alto, flute, bass flute; Pheeroan Ak Laff: drums;
  Mark Whitecage (6): alto; John Betsch (6): drums.

    ???? - Alacra (USA), 1012 (LP)
    2000 - Playscape Recordings (USA), 21092 (CD)

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021 - ALGORITHMS: Jerome Harris

    1/ Algorithms (Of The Heart)
    2/ Topology
    3/ Trickster
    4/ Thrall
    5/ Candles
    6/ Babes In Babylon
    7/ Zomba Plateau

    Recorded in New York in March 1986

  Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto; Jerome Harris: electric guitar; Ken Werner: 
  piano, synthesizer; Mark Helias: bass; Pheeroan Aklaff: drums; Annette 
  Lipson: percussion.

    1986 - Minor Music (Germany), 1011 (LP)

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022 - UNDINE: Anthony Davis

    1/ Still Waters                             (Davis)                 22:50
    2/ Undine                                   (Davis)                 23:00

    Recorded at Eras Studios in June 1986

  Anthony Davis: piano; J.D. Parran: flute, clarinet, contra-bass clarinet;
  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, flute; David Miller: bassoon; 
  Shem Guibbory: violin; Abdul Wadud: cello; Gerry Hemingway: percussion,
  drums, vibraphones; Dwight Andrews: conductor.

    1987 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8612-1 (LP)
    1987 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8612-2 (CD)

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023 - DANCE OF THE LOVE GHOSTS: John Carter

    1/ Dance Of The Love Ghosts
    2/ The Silent Drum
    3/ Journey
    4/ The Captain's Dilemma
    5/ Moon Waltz

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York in November 1986

  John Carter: clarinet; Terry Jenoure: violin, vocals on (4); Marty Ehrlich: 
  bass clarinet, flute; Bobby Bradford: cornet; Benny Powell: trombone, bass
  trombone; Don Preston: synthesizer, electronics; Fred Hopkins: bass; Andrew 
  Cyrille: drums; Ashanti Drummers: Kwasi Badu, Osei Assibey, Osei-Tutu Felix.

    1987 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8704-1 (LP)
    1987 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79424 (CD)

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024 - PUSHING THE ENVELOPE: Bobby Previte

    1/ Open World                               (Previte)                5:38
    2/ Ballad Noir                              (Previte)                6:09
    3/ Once                                     (Previte)                7:39
    4/ Mirror, Mirror                           (Previte)                3:06
    5/ 102 degrees In The Shade                 (Previte)                8:34
    6/ Pushing The Envelope                     (Previte)               11:29

    Recorded at Radio City Studio on March 31, April 1, and July 17, 1987

  Bobby Previte: drums; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Tom Varner: French horn; David
  Hofstra: bass, tuba; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, alto on (4); Lindsey Horner (6): 
  bass.

    1987 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8711-1 (LP)
    1987 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8711-2 (CD)
    1995 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79509 (CD)

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025 - PLIANT PLAINT: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Celebration In Capetown (Strangers No More)
						(Ehrlich)                7:26
    2/ The All Told Alto Blues                  (Ehrlich)                3:53
    3/ After After All                          (Ehrlich)                2:25
    4/ Pliant Plaint                            (Ehrlich)                7:50
    5/ After All                                (Ehrlich)               10:26
    6/ Willie Whipporwill's Back Slidin' Heart Throb Two-Step            
						(Ehrlich)                6:29
    7/ What I Know Now                          (Ehrlich)                4:00

    Recorded at Westrax Recording Studio, New York City in April 1987

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute, alto flute; Stan
  Strickland: soprano, tenor, flute; Anthony Cox: bass; Robert Previte: drums.

    1988 - Enja Records, Enja 5065 (LP)
    1988 - Enja Records, ENJA CD 5065-48 (CD)

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026 - RELATIVE RELIABILITY: John Lindberg Revolving Ensemble

    1/ Sparkle From Half-Pint                   (Lindberg)
    2/ Tones Of Mourning                        (Lindberg)
    3/ Common Goal                              (Lindberg)
    4/ One For Jerome                           (Ehrlich)
    5/ Cisse                                    (Ehrlich)
    6/ Flight                                   (Lindberg)
    7/ Arenas                                   (Lindberg)
    8/ Multiple Reasons                         (Lindberg)

    Recorded at Splash Studio, New York in 1987

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet; John Lindberg: bass;
  Thurman Barker: drums, marimba.

    1988 - West Wind, West Wind WW 014 (LP)
    1988 - West Wind, West Wind CD 014 (CD)

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027 - JULIUS HEMPHILL BIG BAND: Julius Hemphill

    1/ At Harmony                               (Hemphill)               8:55
    2/ Leora                                    (Hemphill)               5:53
    3/ C/Saw                                    (Hemphill)               8:19
    4/ For Billie                               (Hemphill)               8:24
    5/ Drunk On God                             (Hemphill)              18:38
    6/ Bordertown                               (Hemphill)               9:27

    Recorded in February 1988

  Julius Hemphill: alto, soprano; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; J.D. 
  Parran: baritone, flute; John Purcell: tenor, soprano, flute; John 
  Stubblefield: tenor, soprano, flute; David Hines: trumpet; Rasul Siddik: 
  trumpet; Frank Lacy: trombone; David Taylor: trombone; Vincent Chancey: 
  French horn; John Clark: French horn; Jack Wilkins: guitar; Bill Frisell: 
  guitar; Jerome Harris: bass; Ronnie Burrage: drums; Gordon Gottlieb: percus-
  sion.

    1988 - Elektra/Musician, 960 831-1 (LP)
    1988 - Elektra/Musician, 9 60831-2 (CD)

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028 - FIELDS: John Carter

    1/ Ballad To Po'Ben                         (Carter)                
    2/ Bootyreba At The Big House               (Carter)
    3/ Juba's Run                               (Carter)
    4/ Seasons                                  (Carter)
    5/ Fields                                   (Carter)
    6/ Children Of The Fields                   (Carter)
      6a/ At The Big Tree
      6b/ Clouds
      6c/ Shuckin' Corn
    7/ On A Country Road                        (Carter)

    Recorded at A&R Recording Studio, New York City in March 1988

  John Carter: clarinet; Bobby Bradford: cornet; Theresa Jenoure: violin, vo-
  cals; Marty Ehrlich: bass clarinet, flutes; Benny Powell: trombone; Don 
  Preston: keyboards; Fred Hopkins: bass; Andrew Cyrille: drums.

    1988 - Gramavision, 18-8809-1 (LP)
    1988 - Gramavision, R2 79425 (CD)

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029 - OTHERSIDE: Oliver Lake

    1/ Gano Club                                (Lake)                   4:23
    2/ Whitestone                               (Lake)                   9:30
    3/ Stand                                    (Lake)                   5:08
    4/ Hymn For The Old Year                    (Lake)                   5:18

    Recorded at A&R Recording Studio, New York City in August 1988

  Oliver Lake: sax; Geri Allen: piano; Anthony Peterson: guitar; Fred Hopkins:
  bass; Andrew Cyrille: drums.

    5/ Weave Song II                            (Lake)                   9:08
    6/ Dedicated To Dolphy                      (Lake)                  18:29

    Recorded at Somerville Theatre, Somerville (MA) in April 1988

  Oliver Lake: saxes, composer, arranger; Greg Osby: sax; Marty Ehrlich: sax;
  John Stubblefield: sax; Mathieu Darriau: sax; Jay Branford: sax; Stanton
  Davis: trumpet; Baikida Carroll: trumpet; Roy Okutani: trumpet; Ken 
  Cervenka: trumpet; Frank Lacy: trombone; Al Patterson: trombone; Josh 
  Roseman: trombone; Pete Cirelli: bass trombone; Mark Taylor: French horn;
  W. Marshall Sealy: French horn; Michelle Rosewoman: piano; Leon Dorsey:
  bass; Gene Lake: drums.

    1988 - Gramavision, 18-8901-1 (LP)
    1988 - Gramavision, 18-8901-2 (CD)

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030 - AS TEARS GO BY: Jay Clayton & John Lindberg

    1/ AS TEARS GO BY                                                    3:58
    2/ Waltz for two                                                     3:06
    3/ Drifting                                                          3:22
    4/ Sparkle from Half Pint                                            4:28
    5/ Shining Sea                                                       2:40
    6/ One for Jerome                           (Ehrlich)                3:53
    7/ Flight                                                            6:55
    8/ Naturals Know                                                     4:40

    Recorded in New York in December 1987 and February 1988

  Jay Clayton (1,2,5,8): vocals; John Lindberg: bass; Charles Burnham (2,3,5,
  8): violin; James Emery (2,3,5,8): guitar; Marty Ehrlich (4,6,7): reeds;
  Thurman Barker (4,6,7): drums.

    1988 - ITM (Germany), ITM 0029 (LP)
    1988 - ITM (Germany), ITM 1429 (CD)

  Note: except for one track (As Tears Go By), all the others were already
  released on West Wind 008 and West Wind 014.

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031 - LARKS, THEY CRAZY: Robin Holcomb

    1/ New                                      (Holcomb)                4:12
    2/ Larks, They Crazy                        (Holcomb)                5:02
    3/ The Natural World                        (Holcomb)                4:23
    4/ Thirds                                   (Holcomb)                7:48
    5/ Tala / Davenport                         (Holcomb)                3:25
    6/ Continuity                               (Holcomb)                4:34
    7/ Marking                                  (Holcomb)                2:32
    8/ March                                    (Holcomb)                4:50
    9/ Dixie                                    (Holcomb)                3:52
    10/ Silence In The Square                   (Holcomb)                5:27
    11/ Solo                                    (Holcomb)                2:48

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio on October 12-14, 1988
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Robin Holcomb: piano, voice on (2); Doug Wieselman: clarinet, tenor; Marty
  Ehrlich: bass clarinet, soprano, alto; Wayne Horvitz: DX-7, sampler; David
  Hofstra: bass, tuba; Robert Previte: drums.

    1989 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS 026 (LP)
    1989 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas CD 026 (CD)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

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032 - HANGING IN THE BALANCE: Rod Williams

    1/ Home Sweet Home                          (Williams)               6:26
    2/ Three Corner World                       (Williams)               8:12
    3/ Beige                                    (Williams)               4:08
    4/ Options                                  (Williams)               4:53
    5/ Hanging In The Balance                   (Williams)               6:42
    6/ It's Me, You Know?                       (Williams)               7:04
    7/ Tryst                                    (Williams)               6:26

    Recorded at Home Base Studio, New York City on May 1, 1989
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Rod Williams: piano; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; Graham Haynes:
  trumpet, cornet; Kevin Harris: electric bass; Tani Tabbal: drums; Sadiq 
  (2,3,7): percussion.

    1989 - Muse Records, MCD 5380 (CD)

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033 - THE HEARINGA SUITE: The Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra

    1/ Hearinga                                 (Abrams)                 5:11
    2/ Conversations With The Three Of Me       (Abrams)                 5:45
    3/ Seesall                                  (Abrams)                 5:28
    4/ Aura Of Thought - Things                 (Abrams)                 4:36
    5/ Oldfotalk                                (Abrams)                 6:43
    6/ Finditnow                                (Abrams)                 6:27
    7/ Bermix                                   (Abrams)                 6:55

    Recorded at A & R Recording Studio, New York on January 17 and 18, 1989

  Ron Tooley: trumpet; Jack Walrath: trumpet; Cecil Bridgewater: trumpet;
  Frank Gordon: trumpet; Clifton Anderson: trombone; Dick Griffin: trombone;
  Jack Jeffers: bass trombone; Bill Lowe: bass trombone; John Purcell: flute,
  clarinet, tenor; Marty Ehrlich: piccolo, flute, clarinet, alto; Patience 
  Higgins: bass clarinet, tenor; Courtnay Wynter: bassoon, bass clarinet, 
  tenor; Charles Davis: baritone saxophone, soprano; Diedre Murray: cello; 
  Fred Hopkins: bass; Warren Smith: glockenspiel, vibes, percussion; Andrew 
  Cyrille: drums; Muhal Richard Abrams: conductor, synthesizer, piano.

    1989 - Black Saint, 120 103-1 (LP)
    1989 - Black Saint, 120 103-2 (CD)

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034 - TIMES OF DEVASTATION/POCO A POCO: Klaus König

    1/ Times Of Devastation                     (König)                  7:27
    2/ The Double Rainbow Over Heeper Street    (König)                  7:06
    3/ Statements                               (König)                  6:15
    4/ Valse Triste                             (König)                  7:02
    5/ The Darker Side                          (König)                  6:48
    6/ That Time                                (König)                  6:16
    7/ Pandemonium                              (König)                  7:36
    8/ Epilogue                                 (König)                  2:34
    9/ Bodyguard From Scotland Yard             (König)                  8:25
    10/ Feel the Pain                           (König)                  7:22
    11/ Niet Pivo, Niet Blues                   (König)                  5:24
    12/ Some Kind Of Destruction                (König)                  5:53
    13/ Poco A Poco                             (König)                  4:27
    14/ Cries For South Africa                  (König)                  8:07
    15/ For Lacy                                (König)                  5:49

    (1-8) recorded in Cologne (Germany) on August 23 and 24, 1989
    (9-15) recorded in Cologne (Germany) on June 28 and 29, 1988

  Kenny Wheeler (1-8): trumpet, flugelhorn; Reiner Winterschladen: trumpet;
  Ray Anderson (1-8): trombone; Bruce Collings (1-8): trombone; Frank Struck
  (1-8): French horn; Michel Godard (1-8): tuba; Marty Ehrlich (1-8): clari-
  net, bass clarinet, alto; Frank Gratkowski: soprano, alto, flute, bass cla-
  rinet; Matthias Schubert: tenor, oboe; Renato Cardovani (1-8): bass clari-
  net; Simon Nabatov (1-8): piano; Tim Wells: bass; John Betsch (1-8): drums; 
  Klaus König: conductor, trombone; Michel Pilz (9-15): bass clarinet; Frank
  Kollges (9-15): drums. 

    1989 - Enja Records, CD 6014 22 (2xCD)

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035 - SHADOWS ON A WALL: John Carter

    1/ Sippi Strut                              (Carter)                 4:57
    2/ Spats                                    (Carter)                 4:09
    3/ City Streets                             (Carter)                 5:31
    4/ And I Saw Them                           (Carter)                 3:46
    5/ 52nd Street Stomp                        (Carter)                 4:49
    6/ Hymn To Freedom                          (Carter)                 5:13

    Recorded at A&R Recording Studio, New York City in April 1989
    Produced by Jonathan F.P. Rose

  John Carter: clarinet; Bob Bradford: trumpet; Andrew Cyrille: drums; Marty
  Ehrlich: bass clarinet, flute; Fred Hopkins: bass; Terry Jenoure: violin,
  vocals; Benny Powell: trombone; Don Preston: keyboards; Rochelle Shorts:
  vocals; Jackie Simley: vocals; Michael Starr: vocals; Bill Marshall: organ.

    1989 - Gramavision (USA), 79422-1 (LP)
    1989 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79422 (CD)

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036 - GRAMAVISION 10TH ANNIVERSARY SAMPLER - DISK 2: various artists

  This record features John Carter, Anthony Davis, Kronos Quartet, Arditti
  String Quartet, James Newton, Billy Hart, Bobby Previte.

  Marty Ehrlich plays on two tracks with John Carter:

    1/ Castles Of Ghana                         (Carter)                13:23
    2/ Juba's Run                               (Carter)                 5:47

    1990 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79461 (CD)

  See CASTLES OF GHANA (1986) for further references.  

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037 - EMPTY SUITS: Bobby Previte

    1/ Across State Lines                       (Previte)                5:43
    2/ Flying Buttress                          (Previte)                5:50
    3/ Gaboo                                    (Previte)                5:50
    4/ Break the Cups                           (Previte)                5:58
    5/ Great Wall                               (Previte)                9:08
    6/ Pitchl                                   (Previte)                6:41
    7/ Across State Lines (Reprise)             (Previte)                2:52
    8/ A Door Flies Open                        (Previte)                6:01

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York City in May 1990

  Bobby Previte: acoustic and electronic drums, acoustic and electronic
  percussion, marimba, keyboard electronics, occasional guitar, vocals; Robin
  Eubanks: trombone, trombone electronics; Steve Gaboury: Hammond B-3 organ,
  piano, keyboard; Jerome Harris: electric bass, electric guitar, lap steel,
  vocals; Allan Jaffee: electric guitar; Roberta Baum: voice; Carol Emanuel:
  harp; Marty Ehrlich: alto; Elliott Sharp: guitar; David Shea: turntables;
  Skip Krevens: pedal steel.

    1990 - Gramavision (USA), ??? (LP)
    1990 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79447 (CD)
    1990 - Gramavision (USA), ??? (CT)

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038 - IN PASSING: Jerome Harris Quintet

    1/ Upcountry                                (Harris)                 7:20
    2/ Embrace                                  (Harris)                 4:22
    3/ Reflections                              (Monk)                   5:55
    4/ Connotin'                                (Harris)                 4:37
    5/ Short Story                              (Ehrlich)                4:56
    6/ Turn Again                               (Harris)                 9:03
    7/ Arroz Con Pollo                          (Sonny Rollins)          5:07

    Recorded at Home Base Studios, New York City on May 23, 1989

  Jerome Harris: bass guitar; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, clarinet; Clifton
  Anderson: trombone; Jay Hoggard: vibraphone; Jeff Hirshfield: drums.

    1990 - Muse Records, MCD 5386 (CD)

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039 - THE NEW YORK COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA

    1/ Prodigal Son Revisited                   (Horvitz)                9:08
    2/ Nightbirds: Open 24 Hours                (Holcomb)               11:40
    3/ After All                                (Ehrlich)                8:25
    4/ The Montana Section                      (Wieselman)              3:42
    5/ Fever                                    (Davenport, Cooley)      6:48
    The House That Brings A Smile               (Horvitz)                9:03
      6/ Part 1                                                          3:48
      7/ Part 2                                                          1:34
      8/ Part 3                                                          3:41
    9/ Pliant Plaint                            (Ehrlich)                4:56
    10/ With The Hammer Down                    (Horvitz)                5:09
    11/ Interlude                               (Wieselman)              1:46

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City in January 1990

  Cleave E. Guyton, Jr.: alto, flute; Robert DeBellis: alto, flute; Doug
  Wieselman: tenor, clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, soprano, bass clarinet;
  Jimmy Cozier: baritone; Ray Anderson: trombone; Art Baron: trombone; Dave
  Hofstra (4): tuba; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Tom Varner: French horn;
  Herb Robertson: trumpet; Steven Berstein: trumpet; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet;
  Robin Holcomb: piano; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Lindsey Horner: bass; Robert
  Previte: drums, marimba; Stew Cutler (5,10): guitar.

    1990 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), NW397-2 (CD)
    1990 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), NW 397-4 (CT)

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040 - DESERT BLUE: Mark Helias

    1/ Police Story Blues                       (Helias)                 6:00
    2/ Skin                                     (Helias)                 4:48
    3/ Fourth World                             (Helias)                 6:07
    4/ Albert                                   (Helias)                 6:59
    5/ Desert Blue                              (Helias)                 2:10
    6/ Pitchfield Blues                         (Helias)                 6:00
    7/ Parousia                                 (Helias)                 7:30
    8/ Rumination                               (Helias)                 4:06
    9/ Morphologarhythm                         (Helias)                 5:45

    Recorded at Skyline Studio, New York City on April 1 & 2, 1989
    Produced by Mark Helias

  Mark Helias: bass; Pheeroan AkLaff: drums; Ray Anderson (2,9): trombone;
  Anthony Davis: piano, synthesizer; Marty Ehrlich: alto, tenor, clarinet,
  bass clarinet; Jerome Harris (2,9): guitar; Herb Robertson: trumpet, cornet.

    1989 - Enja Records (Germany), R2 79631 (CD)
    1990 - Enja Records (Germany), CD 6016-2 (CD)

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041 - THE TRAVELLER'S TALE: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ The Short Circle In The Long Line        (Ehrlich)                6:46
    2/ The Reconsidered Blues                   (Ehrlich)                4:52
    3/ The Traveller's Tale                     (Ehrlich)                8:58
    4/ March                                    (Robin Holcomb)          5:33
    5/ Alice's Wonderland                       (Mingus)                 6:32
    6/ Melody For Madeleine                     (Ehrlich)                7:43
    7/ Plowshare People                         (Ehrlich)                7:40
    8/ Lonnie's Lament                          (John Coltrane)          5:55

    Recorded on May 30-31 and June 1, 1989

  Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto, clarinet, bass clarinet; Lindsey Horner: bass;
  Stan Strickland: soprano, tenor; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1990 - Enja Records, R2 79630 (CD)
    ???? - Enja Records, ENJA 6024 2 (CD)

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042 - PHOENIX: Christy Doran

  This record features Christy Doran in duos with Ray Anderson, Marty Ehrlich,
  Urs Leimgruber and Hank Roberts.

    1/ Beyond Words                                                      6:20
    4/ Celtic Ballad                                                     2:58
    7/ Flying Carpet                                                     6:17
    9/ Cisse                                                             5:34

    Recorded at the Daylight Studio, Stuttgart on December 6, 1989

  Christy Doran: acoustic and electric guitars; Marty Ehrlich (1,4,7,9): cla-
  rinet, tenor, alto.

    1990 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat Art CD 6074 (CD)

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

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

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track with Play:

    9/ untitled

  Bobby Previte: drums; Marty Ehrlich: reeds; Anthony Cox: bass.

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

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044 - FALLING MAN: Marty Ehrlich, Anthony Cox

    1/ Falling Man                              (Ehrlich)                4:58
    2/ Lament In Passing                        (Ehrlich)                5:45
    3/ Wheels/Dice                              (Cox)                    4:52
    4/ Phanthoms                                (Cox)                    3:47
    5/ The Terrible Twos                        (Cox, Ehrlich)           3:05
    6/ Segue                                    (Cox, Ehrlich)           2:03
    7/ Bird's Mother                            (Jaki Byard)             5:14
    8/ The Protector                            (Cox)                    3:21
    9/ You Don't Know What Love Is              (D. Raye, G. DePaul)     7:27
    10/ Mississippihouse                        (Ehrlich)                4:51

    Recorded at Manhattan Recording Studio, New York City on October 3, 1989
    and Horizon Recording Studio, New York City on November 3, 1989
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich and Anthony Cox

  Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto, tenor, flute, alto flute; Anthony Cox: bass.

    1991 - Muse (USA), MCD 5398 (CD)
    1991 - Muse (USA), MC 5398 (CT)

  Note: (1) is dedicated to composer Bobby Previte.

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045 - DUST TO DUST: Butch Morris

    1/ Othello B                                (Morris)                 7:58
    2/ The Bartok Comprovisation                (Morris)                 7:05
    3/ Via Talciona                             (Morris)                12:12
    4/ Long Goodbye                             (Morris)                10:32
    5/ Dust To Dust, Second And Third Part      (Morris)                 7:33
    6/ Food Chain Dialogue                      (Morris)                 7:33
    7/ Othello A                                (Morris)                 7:08

    Recorded at Skyline Studios, New York City on November 18-20, 1990
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Vickey Bodner: English horn; Jean-Paul Bourelly: guitar; Brian Carrott:
  vibraphone; Andrew Cyrille: drums; J.A. Deane: trombone and electronics;
  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet; Janet Grice: bassoon; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards and
  electronics; Jason Hwang: violin; Myra Melford: piano; Zeena Parkins: harp;
  John Purcell: oboe; Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris: conductor.

    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80408-2 (CD)

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046 - EMERGENCY PEACE: Marty Ehrlich And The Dark Woods Ensemble 

    1/ Emergency Peace                          (Ehrlich)               10:14
    2/ Dusk                                     (Ehrlich)                9:25
    3/ The Painter                              (Ehrlich)                7:23
    4/ The Tucked Sleeve Of A One-Armed Boy     (Ehrlich)                1:33
    5/ Unison                                   (Ehrlich)                9:29
    6/ Double Dance                             (Ehrlich)                3:42
    7/ Circle The Heart                         (Ehrlich)                8:37
    8/ Charlie In The Parker                    (Ehrlich)                4:46
    9/ Tribute                                  (Ehrlich)                5:38

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, flute, wooden flute, alto; Abdul 
  Wadud: cello; Lindsey Horner: bass; Muhal Richard Abrams (2,8): piano.

    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80409-2 (CD)
    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80409-4 (CT)

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047 - FILM WORKS, 1986-1990: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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048 - NEVER NO MORE: Lindsey Horner

    1/ I'll Never Let It Rin Again              (Horner)                 6:55
    2/ No Diff'rence At All                     (Horner)                 5:11
    3/ Counting On You                          (Horner)                 6:59
    4/ Light A Light                            (Horner)                 4:18
    5/ Never No More                            (Horner)                10:11
    6/ Chains Like The Sea                      (Horner)                 6:08
    7/ Where You Are                            (Horner)                 7:28
    8/ Mabinogion                               (Horner)                 5:12

    Recorded at Skyline Studio, New York City in October 1989

  Tim Berne: alto; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; Herb Robertson: trum-
  pet, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn, cornet; Gust William Tsillis: vibraphone;
  Jerry O'Sullivan: pipes; Reggie Nicholson: drums; Lindsey Horner: bass.

    1991 - Open Minds (Germany), OM 2401-2 (CD)

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049 - SIDE BY SIDE: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Side By Side                             (Ehrlich)                7:24
    2/ The Adding Song                          (Ehrlich)                5:09
    3/ Hadrian's Wall                           (Mike Nock)              7:53
    4/ Sugar Water                              (Ehrlich)                6:56
    5/ Stride                                   (Ehrlich)                2:51
    6/ Silent Refrain                           (Ehrlich)                5:32
    7/ Johnny Come Lately                       (Billy Strayhorn)        5:53
    8/ Time's Counsel                           (Ehrlich)                9:00
    9/ The Far West Woman                       (Ehrlich)                4:06

    Recorded at Skyline Studios, New York in January 1991

  Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto, tenor, clarinet; Frank Lacy: trombone; Wayne
  Horvitz: piano; Anthony Cox: bass; Andrew Cyrille: drums.

    1991 - Enja Records, ENJA 6092 2 (CD)

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050 - WEATHER CLEAR, TRACK FAST: Bobby Previte

    1/ Quinella                                 (Previte)                9:05
    2/ Weather Clear, Track Fast                (Previte)                5:34
    3/ Traffic Along The Rail                   (Previte)               11:43
    4/ 3/4 Pole                                 (Previte)                6:45
    5/ Backstretch                              (Previte)                7:23
    6/ Photo Finish                             (Previte)                7:18
    7/ Weather Cloudy, Track Slow               (Previte)                7:12

    Recorded in New York City on January 7 and 8, 1991
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Don Byron: clarinet, baritone; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, alto,
  flute; Bobby Previte: drums; Anthony Davis: piano; Robin Eubanks: trombone;
  Anthony Cox: bass; Graham Haynes: cornet.

    1991 - Enja Records (Germany), R2 79667 (CD)
    199? - Enja Records, ENJ 6082 (CD)

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051 - MAIS: Marisa Monte

    1/ Beija Eu                                 (Monte, Antunes, Lindsay)3:10
    2/ Volte Para O Seu Lar                     (Arnaldo Antunes)        4:41
    3/ Ainda Lembro                             (Monte, Nando Reis)      4:05
    4/ De Noite Na Cama                         (Caetano Veloso)         4:24
    5/ Rosa                                     (Pixinguinha, De Souza)  2:43
    6/ Borboleta                                (trad.)                  1:56
    7/ Ensaboa                                                           4:15
    8/ Eu Nao Sou Da Sua Rua                    (Branco Mello, Antunes)  1:29
    9/ Diariamente                              (Nando Reis)             4:05
    10/ Eu Sei                                  (Monte)                  2:40
    11/ Tudo Pela Metade                        (Monte, Nando Reis)      4:11
    12/ Mustapha                                (Nando Reis, Monte)      2:23

    Recorded at Creative Studio, New York between September and November 1990
    Produced by Arto Lindsay

  Marisa Monte: vocals; Dougie Bowne (1,2,4,11): drums; Melvin Gibbs (1,2,4,
  11): bass; Marc Ribot (1,2,4,11): guitar; Bernie Worrell (1,2,4,11): key-
  boards; Naná Vasconcelos (2,4,8,11): percussion; John Zorn (2,7): alto;
  Marty Ehrlich (2,7): tenor; Arto Lindsay (2,4,10,11): vocals, guitar;
  Robertinho Do Recife (3,6,10,12): guitars; Armando Marcal (3,4,5,7,10, 12):
  percussion; Ryuichi Sakamoto (3,5,7,10,12): keyboards; Prince Vasconcelos De
  Bois (6): percussion; Gigante Brazil (7,10,12): drums; Ricardo Feijao (7,10,
  12): bass; Perinho Santana (7,10,12): guitar; Romero Lubambo (8,9): acoustic
  guitar; Carol Emanuel (9): harp; Cyro Baptista (9): percussion; Criançada 
  (11): backing vocals.

    1991 - World Pacific, CDP 7 96104 2 (CD)
    1991 - EMI (Brazil), 796081 1 (LP)

  Note: Prince Vasconcelos De Bois and Naná Vasconcelos are the same person.

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052 - TURBULENCE: James Emery/Iliad Quartet

    1/ March Oblique                            (Emery)                  5:49
    2/ One Eleven                               (Emery)                  7:42
    3/ Smoke Detector                           (Emery)                  4:42
    4/ Word For                                 (Emery)                  8:10
    5/ As Of Now                                (Emery)                  4:25
    6/ Ashiata                                  (Emery)                  6:15
    7/ Double O.T.                              (Emery)                  2:33
    8/ Turbulence                               (Emery)                  8:40
    9/ Late, Sweet Light                        (Emery)                  7:10

    Recorded at Splash Studios, New York City on January 18-20, 1991

  James Emery: guitar, guitar synthesizer; Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto, cla-
  rinet; Rob Schwimmer: keyboards; Michael Formanek: bass; Gerry Hemingway: 
  drums.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW-CD-106 (CD)

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053 - FAT MAN AND THE HARD BLUES: The Julius Hemphill Sextet

    1/ Otis' Groove                             (Hemphill)               3:00
    2/ Lenny                                    (Hemphill)               2:33
    3/ Floppy                                   (Hemphill)               2:50
    4/ Opening                                  (Hemphill)               4:07
    5/ Headlines                                (Hemphill)               2:59
    6/ Four Saints                              (Hemphill)               2:45
    7/ Fat Man                                  (Hemphill)               5:16
    8/ Glide                                    (Hemphill)               4:32
    9/ Tendrils                                 (Hemphill)               6:18
    10/ Anchorman                               (Hemphill)               4:41
    11/ Untitled                                (Hemphill)               5:10
    12/ Three-Step                              (Hemphill)               2:00
    13/ The Answer                              (Hemphill)               2:18
    14/ The Hard Blues                          (Hemphill)               6:40

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on July 15-16, 1991

  Julius Hemphill: alto; Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto, flute; Carl Grubbs: 
  soprano, alto; James Carter: tenor; Andrew White: tenor; Sam Furnace: bari-
  tone saxophone, flute.

    1991 - Black Saint, 120115-2 (CD)

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054 - COUNTERCURRENTS: various artists

  This sampler features Kamikaze Ground Crew, The Jazz Passengers, Paul 
  Dresher and Ned Rothenberg, The New York Composers Orchestra, Tom Varner,
  Butch Morris, Marty Ehrlich and The Dark Woods Ensemble.

    4/ The Montana Section                      (Doug Wieselman)         3:42
    6/ Othello B                                (Butch Morris)           7:58
    7/ Emergency Peace                          (Marty Ehrlich)         10:14
    8/ Fever                                    (E. Colley, J. Davenport)6:48

    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80421-2 (CD) 

  See THE NEW YORK COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA (1990) for (4,8), DUST TO DUST (1991)   
  for (6) and EMERGENCY PEACE (1991) for (7) for further references.
  
  Note: for promotional use only.

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055 - X THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MALCOLM X (OPERA IN THREE ACTS): Anthony Davis

    1/ Overture                                 (Davis)                  1:24
   Act I Scene 1 (Lansing, Michigan):
    2/ Ensemble                                                          4:41
    3/ Africa For Africans (Ensemble)                                    2:24
    4/ Louise's Aria (Louise & Ensemble)                                 8:29
    5/ A Man Was On The Tracks (Ensemble)                                3:39
    6/ Social Worker & Ensemble                                          2:37
    7/ Child's Aria (Young Malcolm)                                      3:09
   Act I Scene 2 (Boston):
    8/ Ella's Aria (Ella & Ensemble)                                     8:19
    9/ The Pool Hall (Street & Ensemble)                                 6:26
   10/ The Dance Hall (Street & Ensemble)                                5:27
   11/ The Policemen And Ensemble                                        2:17
  Act I Scene 3 (Prison):
   12/ Malcolm's Aria                                                    8:19
  Act II Scene 1 (Prison)
   13/ Malcolm, Reginald, Ensemble                                      11:50
   14/ You Are Not Empty (Malcolm, Reginald,                             2:27
       Elijah, Ensemble)
  Act II Scene 1, continued (Prison)
   15/ Malcolm Who Have You Been                (Davis)                  5:02
       (Elijah, Malcolm X, Ensemble)
   16/ We Have Been Blind (Elijah, Malcolm X,                            2:13
       Ensemble)
   17/ Allahu-Akbar (Ensemble)                                           2:11
  Act II Scene 2 (125th Street, Harlem):
   18/ Garvey Preacher & Ensemble                                        1:06
   19/ Where Are We Now Brothers (Malcolm X,                             8:55
       Ensemble)
  Act II Scene 3 (125th Street, Harlem)
  Act II Scene 4 (Muslim Mosque/Velvet Drive):
   20/ We Are A Nation (Malcolm X, Ensemble)                             6:04
   21/ Chickens Come Home To Roost (Reporter,                            3:24
       Malcolm X, Ensemble)
  Act III Scene 1 (Velvet Drive, Phoenix):
   22/ Betrayal Is On His Lips (Ensemble)                                2:03
   23/ As-Salaam-Alaikum (Malcolm X, Elijah,                             7:18
       Ensemble)
   24/ Betty's Aria (Betty)                                              5:25
  Act III Scene 2 (Mecca):
   25/ Mecca (El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz,                                 11:56
       Ensemble)
  Act III Scene 3 (New York City):
   26/ The Name Is Shabazz (Reporter, El Hajj                            4:34
       Malik El-Shabazz, Ensemble)
  Act III Scene 4 (New York City):
   27/ America Is A House Of Glass (El Hajj                              6:31
       Malik El-Shabazz, Reporters, Elijah, 
       Reginald, Ensemble)
  Act III Scene 5 (Audubon Ballroom, Harlem):
   28/ Audubon Ballroom (El Hajj Malik                                   1:30
       El-Shabazz)

    Recorded at BMG/RCA Studio A, New York City on April 13-14 & 25-26, 1989

  The Cast:  Eugene Perry: baritone, Malcolm; Thomas J. Young: tenor, 
  Street/Elijah; Priscilla Baskerville: soprano, Louise/Betty; Hilda Harris: 
  mezzo-soprano, Ella; Herbert Perry: bass-baritone, Reginald; Cynthia 
  Aaronson: soprano, Social Worker/Reporter, Ensemble; Timothy D. Price: child 
  tenor, Young Malcolm; Raymond Basemore: bass, Preacher/Ensemble; John 
  Daniecki: tenor, Policeman/Reporter/Pilgrim; Ronald Edwards: tenor, 
  Policeman/Pilgrim; Richard Byrne: baritone, Policeman/Pilgrim; Max Wilcox: 
  spoken word, Reporter; Vanessa Ayers: mezzo-soprano, Ensemble; William 
  Moize: tenor, Ensemble; Cornelius White: tenor, Ensemble; Autris Paige: 
  baritone, Ensemble; Reginald Pindell: baritone, Ensemble.

  Episteme: Marty Ehrlich: flute, alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, sopra-
  no, alto; J.D. Parran: clarinet, contrabass clarinet, flute; John Purcell: 
  flute, oboe, clarinet, soprano, tenor; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Arthur 
  Baron: trombone; Abdul Wadud: cello; Mark Dresser: bass; Mark Helias: bass; 
  Gerry Hemingway: percussion; Pheeroan akLaff: drums; Warren Smith: drums; 
  Marilyn Crispell: piano; Clyde Criner: piano; Anthony Davis: celesta.

  The Orchestra Of St. Luke's, Michael Feldman, Artistic Director: Mayuki 
  Fukuhara: violin; Karl Kawahara: violin; Anca Nicolau: violin; Marilyn 
  Reynolds: violin; Mineko Yajima: violin; Robin Bushman: violin; Mark 
  Feldman: violin; Aloysia Friedmann: violin; Susan Shumway: violin; Kay 
  Stern: violin; Louise Shulman: viola; Karl Bargen: viola; Stephanie Fricker: 
  viola; Myron Lutzke: cello; Rosalyn Clark: cello; Lutz Rath: cello; 
  Elizabeth Mann: flute; Stephen Taylor: oboe; Dennis Godburn: bassoon; Thomas 
  Sefcovic: bassoon; William Purvis: horn; Stewart Rose: horn; Scott Temple: 
  horn; Michael Powell: trombone; Maya Gunji: timpani; Erik Charlston: 
  percussion.

    1992 - Gramavision (USA), R2-79470 (2xCD)

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056 - FIRST PROGRAM IN STANDARD TIME: The New York Composers Orchestra

    1/ ... 92 + (30, 32, 139) + (108c, 108d)
						(Anthony Braxton)       10:49
    2/ First Program In Standard Time           (Holcomb)               11:00
    3/ New Waltz                                (Horvitz)                6:09
    4/ Skew                                     (Elliott Sharp)          8:38
    5/ Dance Music For Composers Orchestra      (Lenny Pickett)         10:03
    6/ Paper Money                              (Horvitz)                8:49
    7/ Valerie, Explain Pollock                 (Previte)                5:22
    8/ Nica's Day                               (Horvitz)                6:40

    Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York City in January 1992
    (6) recorded at Power Station, New York City in January 1990

  Cleave E. Guyton, Jr.: alto, flute; Robert DeBellis: alto, soprano; Doug
  Wieselman: tenor, clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, alto, soprano, clarinet,
  bass clarinet; Sam Furnace: baritone; Ray Anderson (6): trombone, tuba; Art
  Baron (6): trombone, didjeridu; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Eddie Allen:
  trumpet; Steven Berstein: trumpet, flugelhorn; Jack Walrath: trumpet; Robin
  Holcomb: piano; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Lindsey Horner: bass; Bobby
  Previte (6): drums, marimba; Butch Morris (6): cornet.

    1992 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80418-2 (CD)

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057 - TOULON DAYS: Mario Pavone

    1/ Tepito                                   (Pavone)                 4:50
    2/ Old & New Dreams (For Dewey Redman)      (Pavone)                 6:12
    3/ Monk In Soweto                           (Galeta)                 6:53
    4/ Walking Mystery Man                      (Pavone)                 4:50
    5/ Toulon                                   (Pavone)                 5:17
    6/ Colin Mac                                (Pavone)                 2:58
    7/ Z Hopper                                 (Pavone)                 5:58
    8/ Freedom Song                             (Pavone)                 9:38

    Recorded at Skyline Studios, New York City on November 17-18, 1991
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Thomas Chapin: alto, flute; Joshua Redman: tenor; Steve Davis: trombone;
  Hotep Idris Galeta: piano; Mario Pavone: bass; Steve Johns: drums; Marty
  Ehrlich (4,6): clarinet, flute.

    1992 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80420-2 (CD)

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058 - ROCKABYE: Robin Holcomb

    1/ Widowmaker                               (Holcomb)                1:55
    2/ Help A Man                               (Holcomb)                4:17
    3/ When I Stop Crying                       (Holcomb)                6:43
    4/ Rockabye                                 (Holcomb)                4:25
    5/ Iowa Lands                               (Holcomb)                5:02
    6/ When Was The Last Time                   (Holcomb)                6:10
    7/ Dixie                                    (Holcomb)                3:25
    8/ Primavera                                (Holcomb)                4:01
    9/ The Goodnight-Loving Trail               (Holcomb)                4:22
    10/ The Natural World                       (Holcomb)                6:18

    Recorded at RPM Studios, New York and Water Music, Hoboken (NJ)

  Robin Holcomb: vocals, piano, Hammond organ, keyboards; Stew Cutler: gui-
  tar; Peter Holsapple: guitars; Wayne Horvitz: Hammond organ, keyboards;
  Dave Hofstra: bass, tuba; Alan Bezozi: drums, tambourine; Jearlyn Steele
  Battle: Jevetta Steele; J.D. and Fred Steele: backing vocals; Danny Frankel:
  drums, tambourine; Mino Cinelu (2): percussion; Doug Wieselman: guitar, cla-
  rinet, tenor; Peter Ostroushko: mandolin; Guy Klucevsek (5): accordion;
  Marty Ehrlich: tenor; Art Baron: trombone; Bill Frisell: guitar; Bruce
  "Creeper" Kurnow (9): harmonica.

    1992 - Elektra Musician (USA), 9 61289-2 (CD)

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059 - NIGHTTOWN: Don Grolnick

    1/ Heart Of Darkness                        (Grolnick)               6:31
    2/ What Is This Thing Called Love           (Cole Porter)            6:13
    3/ One Bird, One Stone                      (Grolnick)               6:20
    4/ Nighttown                                (Grolnick)               8:15
    5/ Genie                                    (Grolnick)               7:25
    6/ Spot That Man                            (Grolnick)               5:25
    7/ The Cost Of Living                       (Grolnick)               8:09
    8/ Blues For Pop                            (Grolnick)               9:01

    Produced by Don Grolnick

  Don Grolnick: piano; Randy Brecker: trumpet; Steve Turre: trombone; Joe
  Lovano: tenor; Marty Ehrlich: bass clarinet; Dave Holland: bass; Bill
  Stewart: drums.

    1992 - Blue Note (USA), B2-98689 (CD)
    1997 - Blue Note (USA), CDP 7243 8 57197 2 1 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD is called THE COMPLETE BLUE NOTE RECORDINGS DON GROLNICK, and
  also includes WEAVER OF DREAMS (Blue Note, B2-94591).

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060 - GRAMAVISION SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features Medeski Martin and Wood, Jim Payne's New Work Funk, Pee
  Wee Ellis, J.B. Horns, Bernie Worrell, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Bob Nelson,
  Liberty Horses, Taj Mahal, Ray Anderson, John Scofield, Bob Moses, Bobby
  Previte, John Carter, Arditti String Quartet, Anthony Davis, La Monte Young
  and the Forever Bad Blues Band.

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track by John Carter:

    14/ Theme Of Desperation            (Carter)

    1993 - Gramavision Records (USA), PRCD 7051 (CD)

  See CASTLES OF GHANA (1986) for further references.  

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061 - 4 (ENSEMBLE) COMPOSITIONS - 1992: Anthony Braxton

    1/ #100                                     (Braxton)                15:41
    2/ #96                                      (Braxton)                10:16
    3/ #164                                     (Braxton)                23:09
    4/ #163                                     (Braxton)                24:09

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on December 5, 1992 and March 16, 
    1993

  Robert Rumboltz: trumpet; Roland Dahinden: trombone; John Raphson: trombone;
  Don Byron: clarinet, bass clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: flute, clarinet, alto,
  piccolo, tenor; J.D. Parran: flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, alto clarinet,
  bamboo flutes; Randy McKean: clarinet, alto, bass clarinet; Ted Reichman:
  accordion; Guy Klucevsek: accordion, bodysounds; Amina Claudine Myers: 
  organ, voice; Jay Hoggard: marimba, vibes; Warren Smith: percussion; Lyndon 
  Achee: steel drums; Anthony Braxton: conductor.

    1993 - Black Saint, 120124-2 (CD)

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062 - THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN: Robert Dick

    1/ Third Stone From The Sun                 (Hendrix)                3:58
    2/ Greenhouse                               (Dick)                   6:51
    3/ Pali Gap                                 (Hendrix)                5:49
    4/ It's Still Like It Wouldn't Be Yesterday (Dick)                   8:28
    5/ Tycho                                    (Dick, Soldier)          5:28
    6/ Purple Haze                              (Hendrix)                5:12
    7/ Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)             (Hendrix)                6:26

    Recorded at Sear Sound on January 14 and 15, 1993
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Robert Dick: flute, alto flute, bass flute, F contrabass flute, A flat pic-
  colo; Jerome Harris: bass, guitar; Jim Black: drums; The Soldier String 
  Quartet: Laura Seaton (violin), Dave Soldier (violin), Ron Lawrence (viola),
  Mary Wooten (cello); Shelley Hirsch (1): vocals; Marty Ehrlich (1): bass cla-
  rinet.

    1993 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80435-2 (CD)

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063 - THE OTHER SIDE: Bernie Worrell

    1/ Witness For
    2/ Defense
    3/ Set The Tone/Victory
    4/ The Mask
    5/ Gladiator Skull
    6/ Moon Over Brixton
    7/ Judie's Passion Purple
    8/ Fields Of Play

    Produced by Bill Laswell and Bernie Worrell

  Bernie Worrell: Hammond B-3 organ, synthesizer, Mini-Moog, wah clavinet,
  electric piano; Amina Claudine Myers (2,6): Hammond B-3 organ; Fred Wesley
  (1,5): trombone; Vincent Chancey (1,5): French horn; Marty Ehrlich (1,5):
  bass clarinet; Janet Grice (1,5): bassoon; Patience Higgins (1,5): clarinet;
  Umar Bin Hassan (2): voice; Buckethead (3): guitar; Bill Laswell (4-7):
  samples, effects, noise; Oz Fritz (7): "sounds".

    1993 - CMP Records, CMP CD 65 (CD)

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064 - DESTINY EXPRESS: Rod Williams 

    1/ Closet Romantics                         (Williams)
    2/ Middle Way                               (Williams)
    3/ Edge                                     (Williams)
    4/ False Face                               (Williams, Ohasi)
    5/ Blanche's Wedding                        (Williams)
    6/ The Far West Woman                       (Williams)
    7/ Mama Laura                               (Tabaal)
    8/ Destiny Express                          (Williams)

  Rod Williams: piano; Jaribu Shahid: bass; Tani Tabaal: drums, tablas; Marty
  Ehrlich: alto, soprano, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute; Rasul Siddick: trum-
  pet; Junko Ohasi: koto; Cassandra Wilson: vocals.

    1993 - Muse Records, MCD 5412 (CD)

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065 - PAST TELLS: David Taylor

    1/ Shtik                                    (David Schiff)          12:53
    2/ Past Tells (Or Orals)                    (David Taylor)          
      2a/ Beginning                                                      1:53
      2b/ Lamentations                                                   3:27
      2c/ Four Chord                                                     0:48
      2d/ Nokh A Mol                                                     3:01
      2e/ Processive Regalia                                             3:46
      2f/ Duo                                                            0:59
      2g/ Spiritual-Out Chorus                                           3:08
      2h/ Epilogue (Variation On Ives)                                   1:54

    Recorded at Electric Ladyland, Power Station, and East Side Sound
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz, David Taylor, and Paul Zinman

  David Taylor: bass trombone; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, soprano; Andy Laster: 
  baritone saxophone, clarinet; Herb Robertson: trumoet, valve trombone; Mark 
  Helias: bass; Phil Haynes: drums; Paul Smoker (2): trumpet; Jay Branford 
  (2): alto, baritone saxophone; Gary Schneider (2): conductor.

    1993 - New World Records (USA), 80436-2 (CD)

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066 - OCTAGON: String Trio of New York

    1/ The Pursuit Of Happiness                 (James Emery)            7:05
    2/ One For Robin                            (Marty Ehrlich)          5:28
    3/ Strings And Things                       (Muhal Richard Abrams)   7:19
    4/ Circular Views                           (John Lindberg)          7:42
    5/ Upside The Downside                      (Mark Helias)           13:09
    6/ February Forever                         (Regina Carter)          7:11
    7/ Billie: The Queen Of Holiday             (Leo Smith)             13:06
    8/ A Short History Of The Balkans           (Bobby Previte)          8:12

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milano on November 5-6, 1992
    Produced by Giovanni Bonandrini

  John Lindberg: bass; James Emery: guitar; Regina Carter: violin.

    1994 - Black Saint (Italy), 120131-2 (CD)

  Note: Marty Ehrlich does not play on this record.

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067 - CAN YOU HEAR A MOTION?: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ The Black Hat (for John Carter)          (Ehrlich)               10:28
    2/ The Welcome                              (Ehrlich)                8:08
    3/ Pictures In A Glass House                (Ehrlich)                4:41
    4/ North Star                               (Ehrlich)                8:38
    5/ Ode To Charlie Parker                    (Jaki Byard)             6:19
    6/ Reading The River (for John Carter)      (Ehrlich)                4:42
    7/ One For Robin                            (Ehrlich)                6:40
    8/ Comme Il Faut                            (Ornette Coleman)        4:56

    Recorded live at Skyline Studios, New York City on September 22-23, 1993
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, alto, soprano; Stan Strickland: flute, tenor;
  Michael Formanek: bass; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1994 - Enja Records, Enja 80522 (CD)

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068 - BIG BAND RECORD: Ray Anderson

  Performed by the George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band

    1/ Lips Apart                               (Anderson)               9:57
    2/ Anabel At One                            (Anderson)              13:20
    3/ My Wish                                  (Anderson)               6:05
    4/ Raven-A-Ning                             (Anderson)               4:28
    5/ Leo's Place                              (Anderson)               8:03
    6/ Seven Monsters                           (Anderson)              10:40
    7/ Waltz For Phoebe                         (Anderson)               5:13
    8/ The Literary Lizard                      (Anderson)               9:53
    9/ Don't Mow Your Lawn                      (Anderson, Jackie Raven) 8:34

    Recorded at Clinton Studios, New York City on January 11-13, 1994
    Produced by Ray Anderson and George Gruntz

  Ray Anderson: trombone; George Gruntz: piano; Lew Soloff: trumpet; Ryan
  Kisor: trumpet; John D'Earth: trumpet; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Art Baron:
  trombone; Dave Bargeron: trombone; Dave Taylor: bass trombone; Howard
  Johnson: tuba, baritone saxophone; Tim berne: alto; Marty Ehrlich: alto,
  clarinet, soprano, bass clarinet; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Sal Giorgianni:
  alto; Larry Schneider: tenor; Mark Feldman: violin; Drew Gress: bass; Tom
  Rainey: drums.

    1994 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79497 (CD)

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069 - SONG FOR (SEPTET): Mario Pavone

    1/ George On Avenue A                       (Pavone, Chapin)         7:48
    2/ 3 M Blues                                (Pavone, McEachern)      7:02
    3/ Dance Off                                (Pavone, Ehrlich)        6:24
    4/ Chapulines                               (Pavone, Ehrlich)        4:35
    5/ Song for M                               (Pavone, Chapin)         6:38
    6/ Ciro (for Nick)                          (Pavone, Ehrlich)        5:40
    7/ The Door                                 (Chapin)                 5:30
    8/ B Count                                  (Pavone)                 6:22

    Recorded at Skyline Studios, New York City on February 28 & March 1, 1993
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Mario Pavone: bass; Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet; Thomas
  Chapin: alto, flute; Peter McEachern: trombone; Bill Ware: vibraphone; Peter
  Madsen: piano; Steve Johns: drums.

    1994 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80452-2 (CD)

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070 - JAZZ, FUNK & COMPOSERS OF DISTINCTION: various artists

  This sampler features Bob Telson, Liberty Horses, Taj Mahal, Jamaaladeen
  Tacuma, J.B. Horns, John Scofield, David Fiuczynski and John Medeski, La
  Monte Young And The Forever Bad Blues Band, Bob Moses, Ray Anderson, Bernie
  Worrell, Anthony Davis.

  Marty Ehrlich plays on two tracks, one with Ray Anderson:

    12/ Leo's Place                             (Anderson)               8:05

  and one with Anthony Davis:

    14/ The Pool Hall                           (Davis)                  6:26

    1994 - Gramavision, R2 79496 (CD)

  See BIG BAND RECORD (1994) for (12) and X THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MALCOLM X
  (1992) for (14) for further references.

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071 - 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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072 - FIVE CHORD STUD: The Julius Hemphill Sextet

    1/ Band Theme                               (Hemphill)               5:38
    2/ Mr. Critical "For Ornette"               (Hemphill)               3:44
    3/ Shorty                                   (Hemphill)               6:49
    4/ Mirrors                                  (Hemphill)               5:49
    5/ Five Chord Stud                          (Hemphill)              13:46
    6/ The Moat and The Bridge                  (Hemphill)               7:20
    7/ Georgia Blue                             (Hemphill)               5:48
    8/ Flush                                    (Hemphill)               7:51
    9/ Spiritual Chairs "For Bill T. Jones"     (Hemphill)               7:12

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on November 18-19, 1993

  Tim Berne: alto; Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto; Sam Furnace: soprano, alto;
  James Carter: tenor; Andrew White: tenor; Fred Ho: baritone saxophone.

    1994 - Black Saint, 120140-2 (CD)

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073 - HUE AND CRY: Bobby Previte's Weather Clear, Track Fast

    1/ Hubbub                                   (Previte)                4:06
    2/ Smack-Dab                                (Previte)                5:59
    3/ Move Heaven And Earth                    (Previte)                6:04
    4/ 700 Camels                               (Previte)               14:11
    5/ Valerie                                  (Previte)                7:04
    6/ Hue And Cry                              (Previte)               13:03
    7/ For John Laughlan, And All That We Stood For
                                                (Previte)                7:15

    Recorded at RPM Studios, New York City in December 1993
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Eddie Allen: trumpet; Don Byron: clarinet, baritone saxophone; Anthony Cox:
  bass; Anthony Davis: piano; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, alto, soprano, flute;
  Robin Eubanks: trombone; Larry Goldings: Hammond organ; Bobby Previte:
  drums.

    1994 - Enja Records, ENJ-8064 2 (CD)

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074 - THEMES & IMPROVISATIONS ON THE BLUES: Leroy Jenkins

    1/ Themes & Improvisations On The Blues     (Jenkins)               18:31

  The Soldier String Quartet: Laura Seaton (violin), David Soldier (violin),
  Ron Lawrence (viola), Mary Wooton (cello).

    2/ Panorama I                               (Jenkins)               13:31

  Leroy Jenkins: violin; Henry Threadgill: flute; Don Byron: clarinet; Marty
  Ehrlich: bass clarinet; Vincent Chancey: French horn.

    3/ Off Duty Dryad                           (Jenkins)               13:04

  The Soldier String Quartet; Lindsey Horner: bass.

    4/ Monkey On The Dragon                     (Jenkins)               15:31

    Recorded at Merkin Concert Hall, New York City on April 9, 1992

  Leroy Jenkins: violin; Henry Threadgill: flute; Don Byron: clarinet; Marty
  Ehrlich: bass clarinet; Janet Grice: bassoon; Vincent Chancey: French horn;
  Frank Gordon: trumpet; Jeff Hoyer: trombone; Thurman Barker: traps; Myra
  Melford: piano; David Soldier: violin; Jane Henry: violin; Ron Lawrence:
  viola; Mary Wooton: cello; Lindsey Horner: bass; Tania Leon: conductor.

    1994 - CRI/eXchange, CD 663 (CD)

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075 - 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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076 - 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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077 - CREATIVE ORCHESTRA (KÖLN) 1978: Anthony Braxton

    1/ Language Improvisation                   (Braxton)               14:34
    2/ Comp. 55                                 (Braxton)               12:27
    3/ Comp. 45                                 (Braxton)               25:21
    4/ Comp. 59                                 (Braxton)               21:45
    5/ Comp. 51                                 (Braxton)               17:19
    6/ Comp. 58                                 (Braxton)               12:56

    Recorded at Grosser Sendesaal WDR, Köln (Germany) on May 12, 1978
    Produced by Manfred Nielhaus, WDR Köln

  Anthony Braxton: conductor; Dwight Andrews: flute, clarinet, bass clarinet,
  soprano, tenor; Marty Ehrlich: flute, clarinet, sopranino, alto, baritone
  saxophone; Vinny Golia: piccolo, bass clarinet, tenor, baritone saxophone;
  J.D. Parran: flute, clarinet, nagaswaram, tenor; Ned Rothenberg: flute,
  ocarina, bass clarinet, alto; Rob Howard: trumpet; Michael Mossman: trumpet;
  Leo Smith: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Ray Anderson: trom-
  bone, tuba; George Lewis: trombone; James King Roosa: trombone; Marilyn 
  Crispell: piano; Birgit Taubhorn: accordion; Bobby Naughton: vibraphone; 
  James Emery: electric guitar; John Lindberg: bass; Brian Smith: bass; 
  Thurman Barker: percussion, marimba; Robert Ostertag: synthesizer.

    1995 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat Art CD 2-6171 (2xCD)
    2009 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 2-644 (2xCD)

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078 - HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW: Jerome Harris

    1/ Iron Man                                 (Eric Dolphy)            6:01
    2/ G.W.                                     (Eric Dolphy)            6:52
    3/ Out to Lunch                             (Eric Dolphy)            7:00
    4/ Emanation                                (Harris)                 3:48
    5/ Mandrake                                 (Eric Dolphy)            6:41
    6/ 245/Les                                  (Eric Dolphy)            7:32
    7/ Far Cry                                  (Eric Dolphy)            5:19
    8/ Hidden in Plain View                     (Harris)                 7:23
    9/ Miss Ann                                 (Eric Dolphy)            7:26

    Recorded at RPM Sound Studio, New York City on January 10-11, 1995
    Produced by Mark Helias

  Jerome Harris: acoustic bass guitar; Bobby Previte: drums; Bill Ware: vibra-
  phone; Don Byron: clarinet; E.J. Allen: trumpet; Marty Ehrlich (1,5,7):
  alto, bass clarinet; Ray Anderson: trombone.

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80472-2 (CD)

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079 - 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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080 - KNITTING FACTORY (PIANO/QUARTET) 1994, VOL.1: Anthony Braxton

    1/ Wow                                      (Lennie Tristano)
    2/ Dam That Dream
    3/ In Your Own Sweet Way
    4/ Self Portrait In Three Colors            (Charles Mingus)
    5/ Off Minor                                (Thelonious Monk)
    6/ Epistrophy                               (Thelonious Monk)
    7/ The Song Is You
    8/ The Star-Crossed Lovers
    9/ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat                     (Charles Mingus)
    10/ Virgo

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York in 1994

  Anthony Braxton: piano; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, clarinet; Joe Fonda:
  bass; Pheeroan AkLaff: drums.

    1995 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 222/223 (2xCD)

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081 - TOPS OF TREES: Carol Emanuel

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

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

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

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

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082 - ONE LINE, TWO VIEWS: Muhal Richard Abrams

    1/ Textures 95                              (Abrams)                 7:07
    2/ The Prism 3                              (Abrams)                 9:17
    3/ Hydepth                                  (Abrams)                13:32
    4/ Tribute to Julius Hemphill and Don Pullen
                                                (Abrams)                 4:03
    5/ One Line, Two Views                      (Abrams)                11:53
    6/ 11 over 4                                (Abrams)                11:59
    7/ Ensemble Song                            (Abrams)                18:37

    Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, New York City on June 23-24, 1995

  Muhal Richard Abrams: piano, synthesizer, rain stick, percussion, voice;
  Mark Feldman: violin, percussion, voice; Tony Cedras: accordion, percussion,
  voice; Marty Ehrlich: alto, bass clarinet, percussion, voice; Patience
  Higgins: tenor, bass clarinet, percussion, voice; Anne LeBaron: harp, perc-
  ussion, voice; Eddie Allen: trumpet, percussion, voice; Lindsey Horner:
  bass, percussion, voice; Bryan Carrott: vibraphone, percussion, voice;
  Reggie Nicholson: drums, percussion, voice.

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80469-2 (CD)

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083 - JUST BEFORE THE DAWN: Marty Ehrlich's Dark Woods Ensemble

    1/ Spirit of JAH                            (Ehrlich)                2:27
    2/ Thickets                                 (Ehrlich)                6:40
    3/ Mudpie Anthem                            (Ehrlich)                7:56
    4/ Dance No. 1                              (Ehrlich)                6:07
    5/ Flight                                   (Ehrlich)                8:22
    6/ The Folksinger                           (Ehrlich)                7:13
    7/ Side by Side                             (Ehrlcih)                6:59
    8/ Underground/Overground                   (Ehrlich)                7:16
    9/ Eliahu                                   (Ehrlich)                6:31

    Recorded at Sound on Sound, New York City on April 10 and 11, 1995
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, alto, flute, wooden flutes; Vincent
  Chancey: French horn; Erik Friedlander: cello; Mark Helias: bass; Don Alias:
  percussion.

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80474-2 (CD)

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084 - THE ROMANTICS: A WINDHAM HILL SAMPLER

  This record features Eugene Friesen, Tracy Silverman and Thea Suits-
  Silverman, Steve Erquiaga, Paul McCandless, Barbara Higbie (with Philip
  Aaberg and Daniel Kobialka), Turtle Island String Quartet, Liz Story, Wayne
  Horvitz, Nightnoise, Richard Schonherz, Philip Aaberg, Modern Mandolin
  Quartet, Tim Story.

    8/ Madchenlied, Op. 85, No. 3  		(Brahms, arr. Horvitz)   2:25

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York City
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, programming; Mark Feldman: violin; Doug Wieselman:
  clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: alto flute, bass clarinet;

    1995 - Windham Hill (USA), 01934 11171-2 (CD)

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085 - BIG BAND RENAISSANCE - THE EVOLUTION OF THE JAZZ ORCHESTRA: various
  artists

  Disc 5:
    14/ Hearinga                                                         5:08

    1995 - Cema (USA), RC/RD 108 RD 108R (5xCD)

  See THE HEARINGA SUITE (1989) for further references on (14).

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086 - SAMPLER '96: various artists

  This record features Torcuato Mariano, Phil Cunningham & Manus Lunny, Tim
  Story, Uman, Henry Adam Curtis, Nightnoise, Andy Narell, Penguin Cafe
  Orchestra, Jim Brickman, Wayne Horvitz, Steve Erquiaga, Oystein Sevag &
  Lakki Patey, Ray Obiedo.

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track with Wayne Horvitz:

    10/ Madchenlied, Op. 85, No. 3              (Brahms, arr. Horvitz)   2:24

    1996 - Windham Hill (USA), 01934 11179-2 (CD)

  See THE ROMANTICS: A WINDHAM HILL SAMPLER (1995) for further references.

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087 - PIANO QUARTET, YOSHI'S 1994: The Braxton Piano Quartet

    1/ Exotica 					(J. Coltrane)		13:16
    2/ Woody'n'You				(John Birks Gillespie)   8:15
    3/ Soul Eyes				(M. Waldron)		15:54
    4/ Bluesette				(J-B Thielemans)	12:46
    5/ Stablemates				(Benny Golson)		 9:54
    6/ Marionette				(Billy Bauer)		11:33
    7/ Cherokee					(Ray Noble)		 5:03
    8/ The Duke					(Dave Brubeck)		 9:22
    9/ Nica's Dream				(Thelonious Monk)	13:19
    10/ Lament					(J.J. Johnson)		10:50
    11/ Pannonica				(Thelonious Monk)	10:42
    12/ Star Eyes				(Raye-DePaul)		 8:43
    13/ I Remember You				(Mercer-Schertzinger)   12:34
    14/ Along Came Betty			(Benny Golson)		 9:38
    15/ Line for Lyons				(Gerry Mulligan)	14:12
    16/ Joy Spring				(Clifford Brown)	10:09
    17/ Lush Life				(Billy Strayhorn)	16:22
    18/ Jinrikisha				(Joe Henderson)		13:39
    19/ What's New				(Haggart-Burke)		15:11
    20/ Minority				(Gigi Gryce)		 9:02
    21/ Nardis					(Miles Davis)		13:50
    22/ Booker's Waltz				(Eric Dolphy)		 8:59
    23/ Body and Soul				(Heyman-Sour-Eyton-Green)7:42
    24/ Just Friends				(Klenner-Lewis)		13:32
    25/ Afternoon in Paris			(John Lewis)		11:22
    26/ I Can't Get Started			(Duke-I. Gershwin)	15:02
    27/ Early Autumn				(Mercer-Herman)		 8:29

    Recorded live at Yoshi's Nitespot, Oakland (CA) on June 15-19, 1994

  Anthony Braxton: piano; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; Joe Fonda: 
  bass; Art Fuller: drums.

    1996 - Music & Arts (USA), CD-849 (4xCD)
  
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088 - NEW YORK CHILD: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ New York Child                           (Ehrlich)                4:57
    2/ Generosity                               (Ehrlich)                7:04
    3/ Georgia Blue                             (Hemphill)               4:46
    4/ Tell Me This                             (Ehrlich)               10:02
    5/ Elvin's Exit                             (Ehrlich)                8:17
    6/ Prelude                                  (Ehrlich, Cain)          2:43
    7/ Time And The Wild Words                  (Ehrlich)                5:01
    8/ Untitled                                 (Ehrlich)                5:44
    9/ Turn Again                               (Harris)                 9:09

    Recorded at Sears Sound Studio, New York City on February 24 & 25, 1995
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, clarinet, bass clarinet; Stan Strickland:
  tenor; Michael Cain: piano; Michael Formanek: bass; Bill Stewart: drums.

    1996 - Enja, ENJ-9025 2 (CD)

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089 - 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.

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track with the Mario Pavone Sextet:

    4/ Double Diamond                           (Pavone)                 7:48

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

  Mario Pavone: bass; Thomas Chapin: sax; Marty Ehrlich: sax, clarinet; Mike
  Sarin: drums; Peter McEachern: trombone; Peter Madsen: piano.

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

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090 - ZEITTAKT LIVE - DIE CD ZUR 14.ZELTZEIT: various artists

  This record features Marla Glen and Band (1-3), Austin deLone & Jimmy Dillon
  (4,5), Myra Melford Quintet (6-8).

  Marty Ehrlich plays on three tracks with the Myra Melford Quintet:

    6/ Don't You Know                                                    4:43
    7/ Only In Change                                                    7:00
    8/ In Broad Daylight                                                11:59

    Recorded at the 1995 Zelt Musik Festival on July 3, 1996

  Myra Melford: piano; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Marty Ehrlich: alto; Lindsey
  Horner: bass; Reggie Nicholson: drums.

    1996 - P&G (Germany), pg 10165 (CD)

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091 - THE OPEN AIR MEETING: Muhal Richard Abrams, Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Marching With Honor                      (Abrams)                10:55
    2/ Dark Sestina                             (Ehrlich)                8:31
    3/ Crossbeams                               (Abrams)                 7:34
    4/ The Price Of The Ticket                  (Ehrlich)               13:54
    5/ Bright Canto                             (Ehrlich)               12:04
    6/ Blues To You                             (Abrams, Ehrlich)        4:55

    Recorded live at the Brooklyn Museum, New York on August 11, 1996
    Produced by Muhal Richard Abrams and Marty Ehrlich

  Muhal Richard Abrams: piano; Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet.

    1997 - New World Records/CounterCurrents (USA), 80512-2 (CD)

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092 - DANCERS TALES: Mario Pavone

    1/ Dancers Tales                            (Pavone)                 8:52
    2/ Bootleg                                  (Pavone)                 4:22
    3/ Lunch With Julius (For Julius Hemphill)  (Pavone)                 6:03
    4/ Double Diamond                           (Pavone)                 7:00
    5/ Roma                                     (Pavone)                 7:17
    6/ Recovery                                 (Pavone)                 9:48
    7/ Alberta Clipper                          (Pavone)                 5:45
    8/ Foxwood Shuffle (For Charles Mingus)     (Pavone)                 9:25

    Recorded in New York City on February 23, 1996
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Mario Pavone: bass; Thomas Chapin: alto, baritone saxophone, flute, clari-
  net; Marty Ehrlich: alto , flute; Peter McEarchern: trombone; Peter Madsen:
  piano; Steve Johns: drums.

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 205 (CD)

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093 - BLACK SAINT/SOUL NOTE - CRITICS' PICK SAMPLER (VOL. 1): various artists

  This record features Billy Harper, Andrew Hill Trio and Quartet, World
  Saxophone Quartet, Don Cherry/Dewey Redman/Charlie Haden/Ed Blackwell,
  Max Roach/Anthony Braxton, Anthony Braxton, Roswell Rudd/Steve Lacy/Misha
  Mengelberg/Kent Carter/Han Bennink, Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra, George
  Adams/Don Pullen Quartet, Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra (bis), David Murray
  Octet.

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track with the Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra:

    9/ Bermix                                   (Abrams)                 6:56

    1997 - Black Saint/Soul Note (USA), BS/SN-C001 (CD)

  See THE HEARINGA SUITE (1979) for futher references.

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094 - LIGHT AT THE CROSSROADS: Marty Ehrlich, Ben Goldberg

    1/ Texas                                    (Goldberg)               4:04
    2/ I Don't Know This World Without Don Cherry
                                                (Ehrlich)                7:10
    3/ What I Lost                              (Goldberg)               6:11
    4/ Ask Me Later                             (Wayne Horvitz)          7:36
    5/ Dark Sestina                             (Ehrlich)                7:22
    6/ Hopeless                                 (Goldberg)               4:13
    7/ Twos                                     (Ehrlich)                3:54
    8/ April 4                                  (Goldberg)               4:20
    9/ Light At The Crossroads                  (Ehrlich)                6:54

    Recorded at Tedesco Studios, Paramus (NJ) on January 20 and 21, 1996
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich and Ben Goldberg

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet; Ben Goldberg: clarinet, bass clari-
  net; Trevor Dunn: bass; Kenny Wollesen: drums.

    1997 - Songlines (Canada), SGL 1511-2 (CD)

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095 - STANDING ON A WHALE FISHING FOR MINNOWS: James Emery

    1/ New Water                                (Emery)                  6:53
    2/ In A Secret Place                        (Emery)                  7:51
    3/ Cobalt Blue                              (Emery)                 10:26
    4/ Strings Of Thread                        (Emery)                  5:04
    5/ Texas Koto Blues                         (Emery)                  5:34
    6/ Crepuscule With Nellie                   (Monk)                   2:44
    7/ Standing On A Whale Fishing For Minnows  (Emery)                  6:54
    8/ Arc, Into Distant Night                  (Emery)                  4:43
    9/ Black Diamonds And Pink Whispers         (Emery)                  3:45
    10/ Epicenter                               (Emery)                  7:21
    11/ Poetry In Stillness                     (Emery)                  6:02

    Recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn on September 10, 11 and October 16, 1996
    Produced by Hans-Jurgen Schaal

  James Emery: guitar, soprano guitar; Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, flute;
  Michael Formanek: bass; Gerry Hemingway: drums, marimba, vibes.

    1997 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9312 2 (CD)

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096 - LIVE WOOD: Marty Ehrlich's Dark Woods Ensemble

    1/ Introspection
    2/ Dance No. 1
    3/ Tribute
    4/ The Painter
    5/ Eliahu
    6/ Emergency Peace
    7/ Thickets
    8/ Bright Canto-Dark Sestina
    9/ Time And The Wild Words
    10/ Flight
    11/ The Tucked Sleeve Of A One-Armed Boy
    12/ The Folksinger

    Recorded in Willisau, Switzerland on March 29, 1996, in Waldsee, Germany
    on April 3, 1996, and Amsterdam, Holland on April 4, 1996

  Marty Ehrlich: winds; Erik Friedlander: cello; Mark Helias: bass.

    1997 - Music & Arts (USA), CD-986 (2xCD)

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097 - AT DR. KING's TABLE: The Julius Hemphill Sextet

    1/ Impulse                                  (Hemphill)               1:14
    2/ Holy Rockers                             (Hemphill)               7:04
    3/ Void                                     (Hemphill)               3:18
    4/ Fixation                                 (Hemphill)               2:22
    5/ Jiji Tune                                (Hemphill)               3:33
    6/ What I Know Now                          (Hemphill)               4:15
    7/ Sojourner's Blues: "Ain't I A Woman?"    (Hemphill)               4:14
    8/ Another Feeling                          (Hemphill)               1:50
    9/ Bumpkin                                  (Hemphill)               4:13
    10/ A Bitter Glory                          (Hemphill)               3:27
    11/ Flair                                   (Hemphill)               2:35
    12/ Ink                                     (Hemphill)               3:11
    13/ Choo Choo                               (Hemphill)               3:56
    14/ At Dr. King's Table/Ascension           (Hemphill)               2:17
    15/ The Children's Song                     (Hemphill)               4:23
    16/ The Children's Song (First Vision)      (Hemphill)               3:54

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute, alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet;
  Sam Furnace: alto, soprano; Andy Laster: alto, flute; Gene Ghee: tenor;
  Andrew White: tenor; Alex Harding: baritone saxophone.

    1997 - New World Records (USA), 80524-2 (CD)

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098 - NOON CHILL: Arto Lindsay

    1/ Noon Chill                               (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  3:35
    2/ Whirlwind                                (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  4:40
    3/ Simply Are                               (Lindsay, Monte, Moraes,
						Levin)                   3:40
    4/ Blue Eye Shadow                          (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  3:28
    5/ Mulata Fuzarqueria                       (Noel Rosa)              3:06
    6/ Ridiculously Deep                        (Lindsay, Cantuária, Gibbs)
                                                                         4:08

    7/ Anything                                 (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  4:25
    8/ Gods Are Weak                            (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  2:36
    9/ Take My Place                            (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  4:14
    10/ Daily Life                              (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  1:31
    11/ Light Moves Away                        (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs)  3:24
    12/ Why Compare                             (Lindsay, Levin, Gibbs,
						Santana)                 3:34
    13/ Reentry                                 (Lindsay, Cantuária)     3:35
    14/ Auguri                                  (Lindsay, Monte, Moraes) 2:06
    15/ untitled                                (Lindsay)                5:20

    Recorded at Kampo Studios, New York, Marisa's House, Rio, and AR Studios,
    Rio
    Produced by Andres Moraes and Arto Lindsay with Melvin Gibbs

  Arto Lindsay: vocals; Melvin Gibbs: bass, surdo, B-3, acoustic guitars,
  programming; Andrés Levin: programming, acoustic guitars, B-3, keyboards;
  Davi Moraes: acoustic guitars, surdo; Peter Scherer (1-3,8,9,12): sampler,
  piano; Naná Vasconcelos: repique, pandeiro, conga, shakers, Turkish drum,
  surdo, standup kit, cymbals, sticks; Gustavo de Dalva (10): atabaque, agog,
  shakers; Ryuichi Sakamoto (3,4,5,6,11): prepared piano, keyboards, piano;
  Sussan Deyhim (6,11): vocals; Fernanda Torres (10): voice; Mitchell Froom
  (5): Claviola; Vinicius Cantuária (6,13): acoustic guitars; Vincent Chancey:
  French horn; Marty Ehrlich: bass clarinet; Josh Roseman: trombone; Ravi
  Best: cornet, trumpet.

    1997 - Gut (Japan), FLCG-3031 (CD)
    1998 - Rykodisc (Europe), RCD 10436+1 (CD + bonus CD)
    1998 - Bar/None (USA), Ahaon-102 (CD)

  Note: (6,13,15) are not available on the Japanese pressing.
  Note: (13,15) are not available on the European pressing.
  Note: (15) really starts at 12:40 and stops at 18:00.
  Note: the appearance track numbers being the same on the three pressings, 
  they should not be trusted; for example, Sussan Deyhim definitely plays on
  (7,12), and not (6,11) as indicated.
  Note: the European pressing on Rykodisc is accompanied by the following
  bonus CD:

*** - REENTRY: Arto Lindsay

    1/ Reentry					(Lindsay, Cantuária)	 3:35
    2/ Ambassador Jr. (Blue Eye Shadow Remix)				 4:09
    3/ 3348 (Whirlwind Remix)						 2:49
    4/ Size (Why Compare Remix)						 4:06
    5/ Channel 17 (Anything Remix)					 5:20

    Recorded at Kampo
    Produced by 7 Cycle with Patrick Dillett, Arto Lindsay, Andrés Levin

  Arto Lindsay: vocals; Vinicius Cantuária: acoustic guitar; Naná Vasconcelos:
  drums.

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099 - I DON'T KNOW THIS WORLD WITHOUT DON CHERRY: New York Jazz Collective

    1/ I Don't Know This World Without Don Cherry
                                                (Ehrlich)                7:26
    2/ Nock Down Under                          (Carroll)                7:32
    3/ Don't Leave Me                           (Carroll)                7:04
    4/ New Morning Of The Dream                 (Nock)                   7:39
    5/ Indifference                             (Nock)                   7:06
    6/ El Niño                                  (Formanek)               4:56
    7/ Legacy                                   (Nock)                   6:22
    8/ Crucible                                 (Nock)                   6:47

    Recorded at Ambient Sound, Stamford, Connecticut on April 11 & 12, 1996
    Produced by Mike Nock

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, flute, alto; Baikida Carroll: trum-
  pet, flugelhorn; Frank Lacy: trombone; Michael Formanek: bass; Pheeroan ak
  Laff (1,2,7): drums; Steve Johns (3,4,5,6,8): drums.

    1997 - Naxos Jazz (USA), 86003-2 (CD)

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100 - 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).

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track with the Julius Hemphill Sextet:

    10/ The Hard Blues				(Hemphill)		 6:40

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

  See FAT MAN AND THE HARD BLUES (1991) for further references.

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101 - CLOSED ON ACCOUNT OF RABIES - POEMS AND TALES OF EDGAR ALLAN POE:
  various artists

  This record features Marianne Faithfull (1,12), Christopher Walken (2), Iggy
  Pop (3), Ken Nordine (4), Diamanda Galas (5), Gavin Friday (6), Ed Sanders
  (7,8), Jeff Buckley (9), Dr. John (10), Deborah Harry/The Jazz Passengers
  (11), Gabriel Byrne (13), Abel Ferrara (14).

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track with Dr. John:

    10/ Berenice                                (Poe, Ribot, Rebennack) 27:42

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studios, New York
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Marty Ehrlich: woodwinds; Vicki Bodner: oboe; Marc Ribot: guitar; Dr. John:
  reading, piano; E.J. Rodriguez: percussion; Emil Yoan: percussion; Greg
  Cohen: bass; David Shea: keyboards.

    1998 - Mouth Almighty (USA), 314 536 480-2 (2xCD)

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102 - TWO FULL EARS: various artists

  This audio companion to the issue No 6 of AVANT features Evan Parker (1), Ed
  Blackwell Project (2), Don Cherry (3), Peter Fairclough/Keith Tippett (4),
  Keith Tippett's Arc (5), Evan Parker/Paul Lytton/Barry Guy (6), Tony Coe
  (7), Karl Berger (8), Trevor Watts Moire Music Drum Orchestra (9), Rabih
  Abou-Khali (10), Marilyn Crispell (11), Sophia Domancich Trio (12), Anthony
  Braxton (13), The Blue Note Legacy (14), Michel Petrucciani (15), Louis
  Sclavis (16), Charles Lloyd (17).

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track with Anthony Braxton:

    13/ The Star Crossed Lovers (excerpt)       (Anthony Braxton)        5:02

    1998 - Avant Magazine (UK), #6 (magazine+CD)

  See KNITTING FACTORY (PIANO/QUARTET) 1994, VOL. 1 (1995) for further refe-
  rences on (13).

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103 - 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.

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track in duo with Bobby Previte:

  Disc 2:
    7/ Broad Side                               (Ehrlich)                6:00

  Marty Ehrlich: bass clarinet; Bobby Previte: drums.

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

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104 - GRENADILLA: Ken Peplowski

    1/ Benny's Pennies                                                   4:04
    2/ Voce E Eu                                                         3:52
    3/ Copi                                                              4:04
    4/ 'Bye                                                              4:27
    5/ The Reconsidered Blues                                            8:29
    6/ Variations                                                        3:53
    7/ The Soul In The Wood                                              6:22
    8/ Palisades                                                         5:24
    9/ Indian Summer                                                     5:57
    10/ Farewell Blues                                                   7:22
    11/ Cry Me A River                                                   6:45

    Produced by Allen Farnham

  Ken Peplowski: clarinet; Ben Aronov: piano; Greg Cohen: bass; Chuck Redd:
  drums; Howard Alden (1,2,9-11): guitars; Kenny Davern (10): clarinet; Marty
  Ehrlich (3,5-7): clarinet, bass clarinet; J.D. Parran (6): contrabass clar-
  inet; Scott Robinson (6): alto clarinet.

    1998 - Concord Jazz (USA), CCD-4809-2 (CD)

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105 - THE BRIBE: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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106 - SPECTRAL DOMAINS: James Emery Septet

    1/ Red Spaces In A Blue Field, Pt. 1                                 6:37
    2/ Red Spaces In A Blue Fiedl, Pt. 2                                 4:50
    3/ Far Wells, Mill Valley                                            6:50
    4/ Cosmology                                                         3:23
    5/ Chromosphere                                                      7:43
    6/ Trinkle Tinkle                                                    3:13
    7/ Standing On A Whale Fishing For Minnows                           6:49
    8/ Kathelin Gray                                                     3:07
    9/ Sound Action Seven                                               15:16
    10/ Strings Of Thread                                                5:22

  James Emery: acoustic guitar; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; Chris
  Speed: tenor, clarinet; Mark Feldman: violin; Michael Formanek: bass; Gerry
  Hemingway: drums; Kevin Norton: vibes, marimba, tympani, gongs, small per-
  cussion.

    1998 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9344 2 (CD)

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107 - RENDEZVOUS: Jerome Harris

    1/ Decision Point                           (Harris)                11:03
    2/ Sway Low                                 (Harris)                 7:37
    3/ The Mooche                               (Ellington)              8:07
    4/ Cool Pursuit                             (Harris)                 7:03
    5/ Followthrough                            (Harris)                 9:12
    6/ Only Then                                (Harris)                 6:35
    7/ Hand By Hand                             (Harris)                10:21

    Recorded at Blue Heaven Studios, Salina (Kansas) on August 25 & 26, 1998
    Produced by Jerome Harris and Wes Phillips

  Marty Ehrlich: alto; Art Baron: trombone; Steve Nelson: vibraphone; Jerome
  Harris: acoustic bass guitar; Billy Drummond: drums.

    1999 - Stereophile (USA), STPH013-2 (CD)

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108 - RELATIVITY: Marty Ehrlich, Peter Erskine, Michael Formanek

    1/ Incident At Harpham Flat                 (Formanek)               6:42
    2/ Eloi Lament                              (Erskine)                5:44
    3/ Lucky Life                               (Ehrlich)                9:19
    4/ The Pivot                                (Ehrlich)                6:52
    5/ Holy Waters                              (Formanek)               5:52
    6/ Round The Four Corners                   (Ehrlich)                6:41
    7/ Jiggle The Handle                        (Formanek)               8:35
    8/ Relativo                                 (Erskine)                3:42
    9/ Taglioni                                 (Don Grolnick)           6:04
    10/ In A Child's Eyes                       (Formanek)               4:15

    Recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City in February 1998

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, alto, tenor, flute; Michael Formanek: bass; Peter
  Erskine: drums.

    1999 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9341 2 (CD)

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109 - SOJOURN: Marty Ehrlich's Dark Woods Ensemble

    1/ The Open Return                          (Ehrlich)                8:02
    2/ Eliahu: 2nd Variation                    (Ehrlich)                6:52
    3/ Blind Willie McTell                      (Bob Dylan)              5:31
    4/ The Git Go                               (Ehrlich)                4:17
    5/ The Secret Of Light                      (Ehrlich)                7:31
    6/ Hillel's Riddle                          (Ehrlich)                5:31
    7/ Sojourn                                  (Ehrlich)                5:17
    8/ The Modzitzer Nigun                      (trad., arr. Ehrlich)    3:36

    Recorded at Sacred Noise Studio, in February 1999
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, soprano; Erik Friedlander: cello; Mark Helias:
  bass; Marc Ribot: guitar.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7136 (CD)

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110 - CHAMBER WORKS: Gerry Hemingway

    1/ Contigualis Pt. 1                        (Hemingway)             15:39
    2/ Contigualis Pt. 2                        (Hemingway)              8:17
    3/ Aurora                                   (Hemingway)             13:45
    4/ Circus                                   (Hemingway)              9:51
    5/ The Visiting Tank                        (Hemingway)             12:39

  Sara Parkins: violin; Min-Young Kim (1,2,5): violin; Liuh Wen Ting (1,2,5):
  viola; Joshua Gordon : cello; Mark Dresser (3): contrabass; Lawrence Wolf
  (3,4): piano; David Taylor (3): bass trombone; James Baker (3): percussion;
  Cuong Vu (4): trumpet; Marty Ehrlich (4): clarinet, bass clarinet; Gerry
  Hemingway (5): sampler.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7052 (CD)

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111 - WHY COMPARE: Arto Lindsay

    1/ Take My Place
    2/ Enxugar
    3/ Horizontal
    4/ Mundo Civilizado
    5/ Why Compare
    6/ Anything
    7/ Gods Are Weak
    8/ Ridiculously Deep
    9/ Anima Animale
    10/ 4 Skies
    11/ Imbassai
    12/ Noon Chill

    1999 - Bar/None Records (USA), AHAON-108 (2xLP)

  See O CORPO SUTIL (1995) for further references on (2,9,10), MUNDO
  CIVILIZADO (1996) for (3,4,11), and NOON CHILL (1997) for (1,5-8,12).

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112 - BUMP THE RENAISSANCE BAND: Bobby Previte

    Recorded live at Kito, Bremen (Germany)

  Bobby Previte; Ray Anderson; Steve Swallow; Marty Ehrlich; Wayne Horvitz.

    2000 - no label (USA), ? (CD)
    2002 (?) - Depth of Field (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: "no label" pressing not for sale, for promotion only.
  Note: the Depth of Field pressing has never been released.

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113 - THE WAITING GAME: Mike Nock, Marty Ehrlich

    1/ The Waiting Game                         (Nock)                   7:37
    2/ Reconciliations                          (Nock)                   5:21
    3/ The Duke                                 (Dave Brubeck)           5:37
    4/ Break Time                               (Nock)                   3:28
    5/ El Testamen De Amelia                    (traditional)            5:32
    6/ Amhrán Pheader Breathnach                (traditional)            5:36
    Three Postcards                             (Nock, Ehrlich)
      7/ #1                                                              2:09
      8/ #2                                                              1:50
      9/ #3                                                              1:50
    10/ Like Spring                             (Nock)                   4:26
    11/ In The Moment                           (Nock, Ehrlich)          2:58
    12/ Jacanori                                (Nock)                   4:59
    13/ Snowy Morning Blues                     (James P. Johnson)       3:51

    Recorded at Clinton Studios, New York on July 8, 1999
    Produced by Mike Nock

  Mike Nock: piano; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, alto, soprano.

    2000 - Naxos Jazz (USA), 86048-2 (CD)

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114 - THE NEW WORLD OF JAZZ - NAXOS JAZZ SAMPLER 2000: various artists

  This record features Joel Palsson (1), Sam Yahel (2), Jackie Allen (3), 
  Tyrone Brown String Sextet (4), Los Angeles Jazz Quartet (5), Dejan Terzic
  (6), Barbara Sfraga (7), Pekka Pylkkanen (8), Joe Temperley (9), Lenni-Kalle
  Taipale (10), Florian Ross (11), Ron McClure Sextet (12), Tom Christensen
  (13), Mike Nock and Marty Ehrlich (14).

    14/ The Waiting Game                        (Nock, Ehrlich)		 7:38

    2000 - Naxos (?), 86055-2 (CD)

  See THE WAITING GAME (2000) for further references on (14).

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115 - DUSK: Andrew Hill Sextet

    1/ Dusk                                     (Hill)                  11:52
    2/ ML                                       (Hill)                   4:06
    3/ Ball Square                              (Hill)                   4:20
    4/ Tough Love                               (Hill)                   7:19
    5/ Sept                                     (Hill)                  12:17
    6/ T.C.                                     (Hill)                   7:47
    7/ 15/8                                     (Hill)                  10:23
    8/ Focus                                    (Hill)                   0:51

    Produced by Matt Balitsaris

  Andrew Hill; Ron Horton; Marty Ehrlich; Greg Tardy; Scott Colley; Billy
  Drummond.

    2000 - Palmetto (USA), 2057 (CD)

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116 - WAITING FOR THE RAIN: Rick Faulkner

    1/ Pa' Cachao
    2/ Waiting For The Rain
    3/ Python
    4/ Those Left Behind
    5/ Elevator Man
    6/ Cover The Waterfront
    7/ Black Water

    Recorded in New York on July 16 and September 24, 1997

  Rick Faulkner: trombone; Marty Ehrlich: alto; Patience Higgins: baritone
  saxophone, flute; Cary Brown: piano; Omer Avital: bass; Dan Freedman: drums;
  Kahlil Kwame Bell: percussion; Jessica Valiente: guiro.

    2000 (?) - Laughing Buddha (?), 99004 (CD)

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117 - MALINKE'S DANCE: Marty Ehrlich's Traveler's Tales

    1/ Rhymes                                   (Ehrlich)                8:40
    2/ The Cry Of                               (Ehrlich)                9:48
    3/ Malinke's Dance                          (Ehrlich)                8:16
    4/ Line On Love                             (Ehrlich)                7:38
    5/ Pigskin                                  (Julius Hemphill)        6:47
    6/ Tears Of Rage                            (R. Manuel, Bob Dylan)   8:09
    7/ North Star                               (Ehrlich)                4:17
    8/ Bright Remembered                        (Ehrlich)                9:16
    9/ Willy Whippoorwill Steals A Bow          (Ehrlich)                5:52

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York on December 9-12, 1999
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich and Frank Tafuri

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; Tony Malaby: tenor, soprano; Jerome
  Harris: acoustic bass guitar; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2000 - Omnitone (USA), 12003 (CD)

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118 - C/D/E: Andrew Cyrille, Mark Dresser, Marty Ehrlich

    1/ View From The Point                      (Ehrlich)                6:40
    2/ Aeolus                                   (Thomas Chapin)          3:37
    3/ BBJC                                     (Dresser)                5:10
    4/ A Simple Melody                          (Cyrille)                7:02
    5/ For Bradford                             (Dresser)                4:06
    6/ Aubade                                   (Cyrille)                3:27
    7/ C/D/E                                    (Ehrlich)                2:20
    8/ Point Of View                            (Ehrlich)                4:31
    9/ AM 2 1/2                                 (Cyrille)                7:07
    10/ 2 For Cyrille                           (Dresser)                6:44

    Recorded at Pilot Recording Studios, New York City on October 30, 1998

  Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto, clarinet, flute; Mark Dresser: bass; Andrew
  Cyrille: drums.

    2000 - PAO Records (Austria), PAO 10480 (CD)
    2001 - Jazz Magnet (USA), JAM 2007 (CD)

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119 - PAO TO THE PEOPLE: various artists

  This record features Jean-Paul Bourelly (1,7), Tomasz Szukalski and Jarek
  Smietana Quartet (2), Bonobo Club (3), Wolfgang Pusching (4), Jarek Smietana
  and John Abercrombie (5), Archie Shepp (6), Michel Portal/Stephen Kent/Mino
  Cinelu (8), Jarek Smietana Groove Band (9), Kiyoto Fujiwara (10), Andrew
  Cyrille/Mark Dresser/Marty Ehrlich (11), Mike Westbrook (12), John Purcell
  (13).

    11/ Aeolus                                  (Cyrille, Dresser, Ehrlich)
                                                                         5:05

    2000 - Jazz Forum Records (Poland), 013 (CD)

  See C/D/E (2000) for further references on (11).

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120 - KNITTING FACTORY (PIANO/QUARTET) 1994, VOL.2: Anthony Braxton

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York in 1994

  Anthony Braxton: piano; Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, clarinet; Joe Fonda:
  bass; Pheeroan AkLaff: drums.

    2000 - Leo Records (USA), LR 297/298 (2xCD)

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121 - THE LONDON CONCERT: Don Grolnick Group

    1/ Intro applause                                                    0:24
    2/ Heart Of Darkness                        (Grolnick)              11:59
    3/ Band Intro                               (Grolnick)               2:04
    4/ Or Come Fog                              (Grolnick)              12:44
    5/ Five Bars                                (Grolnick)              10:56
    6/ Spot That Man                            (Grolnick)              11:05
    7/ Don Alias Intro                          (Grolnick)               1:18
    8/ What Is This Thing Called Love           (Cole Porter)           11:18

    Recorded live at The Queen Elizabeth Hall

  Don Grolnick; Michael Brecker; Randy Brecker; Marty Ehrlich; Robin Eubanks;
  Peter Washington; Don Alias; Peter Erskine.

    2000 - Fuzzy Music (USA), PEPCD008 (CD)

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122 - BLACK SAINT STORY: various artists

  This audio companion to the December 2000 issue of MUSICA JAZZ features
  World Saxophone Quartet (1), David Murray (2), Roscoe Mitchell (3), Old and
  New Dreams (4), String Trio of New York (5), Sun Ra Arkestra (6), Max Roach-
  Anthony Braxton duo (7), Muhal Richard Abrams (8), Henry Threadgill (9),
  Rova (10).

    8/ Bermix                                   (Muhal Richard Abrams)

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

  See THE HEARINGA SUITE (1989) for further references on (8).

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123 - YET CAN SPRING: Myra Melford, Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Yet Can Spring                           (Melford)                8:03
    2/ Duiloquy                                 (Ehrlich)                4:31
    3/ Here Is Only Moment                      (Melford)                8:25
    4/ The Open Return                          (Ehrlich)                7:25
    5/ March Fantastique                        (Ehrlich)                5:16
    6/ The Natural World                        (Robin Holcomb)          6:34
    7/ Yellow Are Crowds Of Flowers, I          (Melford)                6:34
    8/ Don't You Know                           (Otis Span)              4:36

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on March 23 & 24, 2000
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich and Myra Melford

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet; Myra Melford: piano.

    2001 - Arabesque (USA), AJ0154 (CD)

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124 - ELLIPSIS - LE TENDENZE DEGLI ANNI 80: various artists

  This audio companion to the March 2001 issue of the Italian magazine MUSICA
  JAZZ features Mark Helias, Ray Anderson, The Intergalactic Maiden Ballet,
  Jim Pepper, Marty Ehrlich, Ed Schuller, Michael Formanek, Rabih Abou-
  Khalil, Double Trio, Eddie Allen.

    5/ Sugar Water                              (Marty Ehrlich)          6:57

    2001 - High Tide (Italy), Tide 9180-2 (CD)

  See SIDE BY SIDE (1991) for further references.

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125 - THE PASSING MEASURES: David Lang

    1/ The Passing Measures                     (David Lang)            42:15

    Recorded live at Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham (UK) on May 3, 1998
    Produced by David Lang & Ken Thomson

  Marty Ehrlich: bass clarinet; Birmingham Contemporary Music Group; City of
  Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Chorus; Paul Herbert: conductor.

    2001 - Cantaloupe (USA), CA 21003 (CD)

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126 - LUMINOUS CYCLES: James Emery

    1/ Luminous Cycles                          (Emery)                  9:51 
    2/ One Red Thread                           (Emery)                  9:07
    3/ Beyond Words                             (Emery)                  9:46
    4/ En Rapport                               (Emery)                  7:38
    5/ Exit To Nowhere                          (Emery)                 11:57
    6/ Across The Water                         (Emery)                  8:17
    7/ Cardinal Points                          (Emery)                  8:13
    8/ Violet Into The Blue                     (Emery)                  7:42

    Recorded at Hazelwood Studio, Frankfurt am Main (Germany) on October 27 &
    28, 2000

  James Emery: acoustic guitar; Marty Ehrlich (1-3,5-8): alto, soprano, clari-
  net, flute; Chris Speed (1-3,5-8): tenor, clarinet; Drew Gress: bass; Gerry
  Hemingway: drums, glockenspiel; Kevin Norton: marimba, vibes, tympani, bowed
  tam-tam.

    2001 - Between the Lines (Germany), btl 015/EFA 10185-2 (CD)

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127 - EVERYBODY WANTS TO GO TO HEAVEN: New York Jazz Collective

    1/ Elvin's Exit                             (Ehrlich)                6:22
    2/ Homage                                   (Nock)                   6:48
    3/ Somnium                                  (Nock)                   8:33
    4/ 2nd Class Sleeper                        (Anderson)               7:42
    5/ Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven          (Nock)                   7:23
    6/ Upline                                   (Nock)                   5:59
    7/ Soliloquy                                (Nock)                   6:13
    8/ Emotivation                              (Nock)                   6:56
    9/ Nata Lagal                               (Nock)                   8:27

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York on September 16 & 17, 2000
    Produced by Mike Nock and Marty Ehrlich

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet; James Zollar: trumpet, flugel-
  horn; Ray Anderson: trombone; Mike Formanek: bass; Pheeroan ak Laff: drums;
  Mike Nock: piano.

    2001 - Naxos Jazz (USA), 86073-2 (CD)

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128 - THE FUTURE OF JAZZ IS NOW: various artists

  This record features Ben Allison & Medicine Wheel (1), Joel Frahm Wheel (2),
  Andrew Hill (3), Matt Wilson (4), Larry Goldings Trio (5), Bill Mays Trio 
  (6), Dewey Redmond (7), Thirteen Ways (8), David Berkman (9), Voodoo Dogs 
  (10), Lee Konitz & The Axis String Quartet (11), Pete McCann (12), Cecil 
  McBee (13), Rick Margitza (14).

    1/ Riding The Nuclear Tiger			(Ben Allison)
    2/ Fort Wayne				(Joel Frahm)
    3/ Ball Square 				(Andrew Hill)
    4/ Lester					(Matt Wilson)
    5/ Back In The Day				(Larry Goldings Trio)
    6/ Fireflies				(Bill Mays Trio)
    7/ Kleerwine				(Dewey Redmond)
    8/ Out Someplace				(Thirteen Ways)
    9/ Blutocracy 				(David Berkman)
    10/ Keep A Thing Happening			(Voodoo Dogs)
    11/ Les Bandar-Log				(Lee Konitz)
    12/ Pollock					(Pete McCann)
    13/ Lucia					(Cecil McBee)
    14/ Provence 				(Rick Margitza)

    2001 - Palmetto (USA), PM-2073 (CD)

  See DUSK (2000) for further references on (3).

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129 - SONG: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Waltz                                    (Robin Holcomb)          5:04
    2/ The Price Of The Ticket                  (Ehrlich)                9:55
    3/ Day Of The Dark Bright Light             (Ehrlich)                5:29
    4/ Blue Boye's Blues                        (Ehrlich)                8:20
    5/ I Pity The Poor Immigrant                (Bob Dylan)              6:01
    6/ Fauve                                    (Ehrlich)               10:21
    7/ The Falling Rains Of Life                (Jaki Byard)             5:16

    Recorded in New York City on October 10, 1999
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich and Matthias Winckelmann

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, bass clarinet; Uri Caine: piano; Michael
  Formanek: bass; Billy Drummond: drums; Ray Anderson (4): trombone.

    2001 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9396 2 (CD)

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130 - JAZZIZ NOVEMBER 2001: various artists

  This audio companion to the November 2001 issue of JAZZIZ features Rodney
  Jones (1), Acoustic Alchemy (2), Hot Club de Norvege (3), Gerald Veasley
  (4), Ronnie Earl (5), Juan Carlos Quintero (6), Kirk Whalum (7), Richard
  Brookens (8), Marty Ehrlich (9), Sheila E. (10).

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track:

    9/ I Pity The Poor Immigrant                (Ehrlich)

    2001 - Jazziz (USA), JZD1101 (magazine+CD)

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

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131 - 2001: AN OMNITONE ODYSSEY: various artists

  This record features Steve Slagle (1), M.O.B. Trio (2), Ron Horton (3), 
  Frank Kimbrough/Joe Locke (4), Equal Interest (Jarman, Jenkins, Melford) 
  (5), Michael Bisio (6), Joe Morris Quartet (7), Oscar Noriega's Play Party
  (8), Cuong Vu (9), Lynn Seaton (10), Tom Varner (11), Mike Lee (12), Marty
  Ehrlich's Traveler's Tales (13).

  Marty Ehrlich plays on one track:

    13/ Willy Whippoorwill Steals A Bow		(Ehrlich)		 5:43

    2001 - OmniTone (USA), 19001 (CD)

  See MALINKE'S DANCE (2000) for further references on (13).

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132 - TUESDAYS IN CHINATOWN: Andy Bey

    1/ Tuesdays In Chinatown                                             6:50
    2/ Fragile                                                           4:50
    3/ Bridges                                                           4:57
    4/ Saidas E Bandeiras                                                5:35
    5/ In A Mist                                                         7:04
    6/ I'll Remember April                                               5:33
    7/ Invitation                                                        7:00
    8/ Little Girl Blue                                                  6:14
    9/ Just Friends                                                      2:38
    10/ Feelin' Lowdown                                                  6:18

    Recorded on June 6-7 and December 11-12, 2000
    Produced by Herb Jordan

  Andy Bey: piano, vocals; Peter Washington: bass; Victor Lewis: drums; Paul
  Meyers: guitar; Steve Turre: trombone; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clari-
  net, alto flute; John Sneider (1): flugelhorn; Mino Cinelu (2,4): percus-
  sion; Ron Carter (3,6,9): bass; Earl Gardner (4,5): flugelhorn, trumpet;
  Geri Allen (5): horn arrangement; Andy Stein, Laura Seaton, Barry Finclair,
  Peter Sanders (9): strings.

    2001 - N-Coded Music (USA), NC-4223-2 (CD)

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133 - JUST ADD WATER: Bobby Previte & Bump

    1/ Put Away Your Crayons                    (Previte)               11:45
    2/ Nice Try                                 (Previte)                5:15
    3/ Leave Here Now                           (Horvitz)                6:12
    4/ '53 Maserati                             (Previte)                5:05
    5/ '63                                      (Previte)                1:40
    6/ Stingray                                 (Previte)                7:27           
    7/ Everything I Want                        (Previte)                9:33
    8/ All Hail Kirby!                          (Previte)                4:25
    9/ Theme For An Imaginary Denouement        (Previte)                2:00

    Recorded on June 4 & 5, 2001
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Ray Anderson: trombone; Marty Ehrlich: tenor; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Steve 
  Swallow: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Joseph Bowie (3): trombone.

    2002 - Palmetto (USA), PM 2081 (CD)

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134 - INSIDE OUT: Randy Sandke

    1/ Like I Said                              (Marty Ehrlich)          5:15
    2/ Creole Love Call                         (Duke Ellington)         6:52
    3/ Simple Pleasure                          (Dennis Mackrel)         6:45
    4/ Comet Call                               (Scott Robinson)         5:32
    5/ Whispers In The Night                    (Uri Caine)              4:58
    6/ Sisyphus Effect                          (Ray Anderson)           6:34
    7/ Inside Out                               (Randy Sandke)           6:16
    8/ Plumbing The Depths                      (Randy Sandke)           3:56
    9/ Sforzando (For Blair And Carol Brown)    (Randy Sandke)           5:38
    10/ D.T.                                    (Ken Peplowski)          2:31
    11/ Sam Bone                                (Wycliffe Gordon)        3:58
    12/ Trapianti Di Scimmia                    (Greg Cohen)             6:04

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on January 17 & 18, 2000

  Randy Sandke: trumpet, flugelhorn; Scott Robinson: soprano, baritone saxo-
  phone, contrabass saxophone, flute, bass clarinet, Theremin; Marty Ehrlich:
  soprano, clarinet, bass clarinet, alto flute; Ken Peplowski: clarinet,
  tenor; Ray Anderson: trombone; Wycliffe Gordon: trombone; Uri Caine: piano;
  Greg Cohen: bass; Dennis Mackrel: drums.

    2002 - Nagel Heyer Records (Germany), 2025 (CD)

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*** - ???: Marty Ehrlich, Mike Nock

    Recorded during Summer 2000

    2002 - Naxos Jazz (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: this record was never released.

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135 - A BEAUTIFUL DAY: Andrew Hill

    1/ Divine Revelation
    2/ Faded Beauty
    3/ Bellezza
    4/ 5 Mo
    5/ New Pinnochio

    Recorded live at Birdland in New York City

  Andrew Hill: piano; Scott Colley: bass; Nasheet Waits: drums; Aaron Stewart:
  tenor; John Savage: alto; Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet,
  flute; Greg Tardy: tenor, clarinet, bass clarinet; J.D. Parran: baritone
  saxophone, bass clarinet; Ron Horton: trumpet; Dave Ballou: trumpet; Laurie
  Frink: trumpet; Bruce Stallins: trumpet; Charlie Gordon: trombone; Joe
  Fiedler: trombone; Mike Fahn: trombone; Jose d'Avila: tuba.

    2002 - Palmetto (USA), PM 2085 (CD)

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136 - CHILDREN OF ISRAEL: Daniel Zamir

    1/ Zemer                                    (M. Lavry)               5:04
    2/ M'Emek L'Giv'ah                          (N. Nardy)               3:57
    3/ Aley Giv'ah Bagalil                      (N. Nardy)               3:12
    4/ Ma Yafim Haleilot                        (anonymous)              5:47
    5/ Shir Sameach                             (M. Zeira)               6:18
    6/ Ma Omrot Einaich                         (M. Zeira)               4:46
    7/ Re'ach Tapuach Odem Shani                (N. Heiman)              4:17
    8/ Yesh Li Gan                              (trad, N. Nardy)         3:13
    9/ Shir Hashomer                            (B. Omer)                4:10
    10/ Poem 50                                 (Daniel Zamir)           3:40

    Recorded at Orange Music, New Jersey (USA) on June 5, 2002
    Produced by John Zorn and Bill Laswell

  Daniel Zamir: soprano, alto; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: bass; Kevin Zubek:
  drums; Marty Ehrlich: alto; Ned Rothenberg: alto; Paul Shapiro: tenor; Anat
  Cohen: tenor; Doug Wieselman: baritone saxophone; John Zorn: alto.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7169 (CD)

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137 - THE LONG VIEW: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Movement I                               (Ehrlich)               12:06
    2/ Movement II                              (Ehrlich)               12:09
    3/ Movement III                             (Ehrlich)                8:47
    4/ Movement IV                              (Ehrlich)                8:52
    5/ Movement V                               (Ehrlich)                8:29
    6/ Movement VI                              (Ehrlich)               10:44
    7/ Postlude                                 (Ehrlich)                2:23

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on April 19-20, 2002
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, tenor, soprano, flute, bass clarinet; Sam Furnace (1,
  3,6): alto, flute; Ned Rothenberg (1,3,6): alto, bass clarinet; Robert 
  DeBellis (1,3,6): tenor, clarinet, soprano; J.D. Parran (1,3,6): tenor, con-
  trabass clarinet; Andy Laster (1,3,6): baritone saxophone, clarinet; Eddie 
  Allen (1,3,6): trumpet; James Zollar (1,3,6): trumpet; John Clark (1,3,6): 
  French horn; Clark Gayton (1,3,6): trombone; Marcus Rojas (1,3,6): tuba;
  Mark Dresser (1,4,6): bass; Michael Sarin (1): drums; Mark Helias (1-3,5,6): 
  conductor, bass; Mark Feldman (2,5): violin; Ralph Farris (2): viola; Erik 
  Friedlander (2,5): cello; Eddie Bobe (2): bongos, cowbell; Bobby Previte 
  (2,4): drums, bass drum, tambourine; Wayne Horvitz (4,5,7): piano; Ray 
  Anderson (5): trombone; Pheeroan AkLaff (5,6): drums.
 
    2002 - Enja (Germany), 9452 (CD)
    2003 - Enja/Justin Time (Canada), JENJ 3308-2 (CD)

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

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

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

    Recorded between August 2002 and January 2003

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

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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139 - COUNTERCLOCKWISE: Bobby Previte & Bump

    1/ 877-Soul                                 (Previte)                5:15
    2/ Counterclockwise                         (Previte)                4:47
    3/ 614-Soul                                 (Previte)                3:23
    4/ Bobby's Next Mood                        (Previte)                8:05
    5/ 111-Soul                                 (Previte)                4:19
    6/ Patricia                                 (Previte)                7:24
    7/ 312-Soul                                 (Previte)                3:31
    8/ And The Wind Cries... Mademoiselle Katherine
                                                (Previte)                5:11
    9/ 498-Soul                                 (Previte)               10:00

    Recorded at Trillium Lane Studios, Bainbridge Island (Washington, USA) on
    October 28-30, 2002
    Produced by Bobby Previte, Tucker Martine, and Wayne Horvitz

  Marty Ehrlich: tenor; Curtis Fowlkes: trombone; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Steve
  Swallow: electric bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Timothy Young (9): guitar.

    2003 - Palmetto Records (USA), PM 2091 (CD)

  Note: the duration of (9) is not 4:45 (as indicated in the booklet) but
  10:00 (the track stops a first time at 4:45 but starts again at 6:41 to
  finish at 10:00).

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140 - ONE ATMOSPHERE: Julius Hemphill

    1/ One Atmosphere                           (Hemphill)               9:01
    2/ Savanah Suite                            (Hemphill)               8:20
    Water Music For Woodwinds:                  (Hemphill)
      3/ Mr. Neptune                                                     9:13
      4/ Miss Catherine                                                  7:31
      5/ King's Pawn                                                     7:40
      6/ Backwater                                                       9:17
      
    Produced by Jack Greenberg

  Pacific String Quartet: Sigurbjorn Bernhardsson (violin), Simin Ganatra 
  (violin), Masumi Per Rostad (viola), Brandon Vamos (cello); Ursula Oppens: 
  piano; Erik Friedlander: cello; Pheeroan AkLaff: drums, percussion; Marty 
  Ehrlich: soprano, alto, flute; Oliver Lake: soprano, alto, flute; Sam 
  Furnace: soprano, alto, flute; Aaron Stewart: tenor, flute; Robert DeBellis: 
  tenor, flute, clarinet; Tim Berne: alto, baritone saxophone; J.D. Parran: 
  baritone saxophone, flute, clarinet.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7090 (CD)

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141 - LINE ON LOVE: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Line On Love                             (Ehrlich)                7:34
    2/ Hymn                                     (Ehrlich)                5:52
    3/ Like I Said                              (Ehrlich)                8:00
    4/ Julian's Theme                           (Ehrlich)                6:48
    5/ Turn Circle And Spin                     (Ehrlich)                6:45
    6/ Solace                                   (Ehrlich)                8:37
    7/ St Louis Summer                          (Ehrlich)                3:53
    8/ The Git Go                               (Ehrlich)                5:27

    Recorded at Maggie's Farm on December 15 & 16, 2002
    Produced by Matt Balitsaris

  Marty Ehrlich: bass clarinet, alto, flute; Craig Taborn: piano; Michael
  Formanek: bass; Billy Drummond: drums.

    2003 - Palmetto Records (USA), PM-2095 (CD)

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142 - THE TURNTABLE SESSIONS - VOLUME 1: Billy Martin

  Sessions curated by Billy Martin.

    1/ Announcement                                                      1:02
    2/ Red Road                                                          3:17
    3/ Illy & Olive                                                      4:32
    4/ Ikue, Olive & Illy                                                3:31
    5/ Sleeptalking                                                      6:09
    6/ Marty                                                             6:46
    7/ Ikue & Olive                                                      3:55
    8/ Ramblin' Man                             (Hank Williams)          4:20
    9/ Giliad                                   (trad.)                  3:18
    10/ Bougarabou                                                       5:51
    11/ Eclipse                                                          3:56

    (1,2,4,5,7-9) recorded at Exit Art, New York City in 2001
    (3,10) recorded at Joe's Pub, New York City in 2003
    (6,11) recorded at Bowery Poetry Club, New York City in 2002
    Produced by Billy Martin

  DJ Olive (1-7,10,11): turntables; Ikue Mori (1,4,7): laptop; Chris Wood (2):
  bass; Billy Martin (3-6,10,11): drums, percussion; John Medeski (5): Korg
  organ, Yamaha synthesizer; Marty Ehrlich (6,11): tenor, flute; Matt Moran
  (6,11): vibes; Mike Ill (8): guitar, vocals; Scotty Hard (8,9): turntables;
  Dean Bowman (9): vocals.

    2004 - Amulet Records (USA), amt014 (CD)

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143 - THE HARD BLUES: LIVE IN LISBON: The Julius Hemphill Sextet

    1/ Otis' Groove                             (Hemphill)		 5:51
    2/ Opening                                  (Hemphill)		 3:42
    3/ Touchin'                                 (Hemphill)		 5:31
    4/ Three-Step                               (Hemphill)		 4:31
    5/ Rites                                    (Hemphill)		 2:57
    6/ Revue                                    (Hemphill)		 4:28
    7/ JiJi Tune                                (Hemphill)		 4:22
    8/ Fat Man                                  (Hemphill)		 6:06
    9/ Band Theme                               (Hemphill)		 3:48
    10/ Georgia Blue                            (Hemphill)		 4:46
    11/ Mr. Critical                            (Hemphill)		 4:34
    12/ Spiritual Chairs                        (Hemphill)		 6:14
    13/ The Hard Blues                          (Hemphill)		 9:12

    Recorded live in Lisbon, Portugal on August 1, 2003

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano; Sam Furnace: alto, soporano; Aaron Stewart:
  tenor; Alex Harding: baritone saxophone; Andy Laster: alto; Andrew White:
  tenor.

    2004 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF 027 (CD)

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144 - OUTSIDE IN: Randy Sandke & The Inside Out Band

    1/ Ganjam
    2/ Genesis I
    3/ Revelations 8-11
    4/ Outside In
    5/ Two As One
    6/ Tonk
    7/ Raising Caine
    8/ Gulf Stream Dream
    9/ Hyde Park
    10/ Ornette Chop Suey
    11/ Blues For Joe Klee
    12/ Soul In The Wood
    13/ Mobius Trip
    14/ Ganjam

  Randy Sandke: trumpet; Ray Anderson: trombone; Wycliffe Gordon: trombone; 
  Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet, alto flute; Ken Peplowski: 
  tenor, clarinet; Scott Robinson: alto, baritone saxophone, contrabass saxo-
  phone, clarinet, water phone, Theremin, optical Theremin; Uri Caine: piano, 
  vibes; Greg Cohen: bass; Dennis Mackrel: drums; Howard Alden (14): guitar.

    2005 - Evening Star (USA), 110 (CD)

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145 - NEWS ON THE RAIL: Marty Ehrlich Sextet

    1/ Enough Enough                            (Ehrlich)                5:44
    2/ Hear You Say                             (Ehrlich)                7:02
    3/ Light In The Morning (Many Thousand Gone)(Ehrlich)                9:59
    4/ News On The Rail                         (Ehrlich)                5:21
    5/ Dance No. 2                              (Ehrlich)                5:58
    6/ Erica                                    (Ehrlich)                4:21
    7/ Seeker's Delight                         (Ehrlich)                8:18
    8/ Keeper Of The Flame                      (Ehrlich)                7:10

    Recorded at Maggie's Farm Studios on November 18 & 19, 2004
    Produced by Matt Balitsaris

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet; James Zollar: trumpet, flugelhorn; Howard
  Johnson: tuba, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; James Weidman: piano,
  melodica; Greg Cohen: bass; Allison Miller: drums.

    2005 - Palmetto (USA), PM 2113 (CD)

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146 - DON'T COUNT ON GLORY: Lindsey Horner
  
    1/ Last Look Home
    2/ Don't Count On Glory
    3/ I Stand By Your Window
    4/ Gyp The Blood
    5/ Cuong Vu
    6/ Green Chimneys
    7/ Shadow Girl 
    8/ Too, Too Blue

    Recorded in Brooklyn, New York in June and August 2003
    (4) recorded in Pittsburgh, USA in March 2003

  Lindsey Horner: bass, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, whistle; Marty
  Ehrlich (1-3,5-6,8): alto; Brian Lynch (1-3,5-6,8): trumpet; Pete McCann (1-
  3,5-8): guitar; Neal Kirkwood (1-3,5-6,8): piano; Uri Caine (1-3,5-6,8):
  electric piano; Allison Miller (1-3,5-6,8): drums, djembe; Jeff Bermann (1-
  3,5-8): percussion; Ben Opie (3): alto; Lou Stellute (4): tenor; Colter
  Harper (4): guitar; Eric Susoeff (4): guitar; Dave Throckmorton (4): drums;
  Jim DiSpirito (4): percussion; Lieven Venken (7): drums; Bobby Previte (8):
  drums.

    2005 - Cadence Jazz Records (USA), 1188 (CD)

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147 - JAZZ-THETIC: George Russell

  This audio companion to the ??? 2005 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ is
  dedicated to George Russell.

  Marty Ehrlich (likely) plays on one track:

    8/ Ezz-Thetic 				(George Russell)

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

  See LIVE IN AN AMERICAN TIME SPIRAL (1983) for further references on (8).

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148 - DEEZ TO BLUES: Mario Pavone

    1/ Zines					(Pavone)		 7:45
    2/ Deez					(Pavone)		 7:19
    3/ Xapo					(Pavone)		 9:43
    4/ Dances 3/5				(Pavone)		 7:21
    5/ Day Of The Dark Bright Light		(Marty Ehrlich)		 5:18
    6/ Ocbo					(Pavone)		 5:14
    7/ Second-Term Blues			(Pavone)		 7:11

    Recorded in May 2005

  Steven Bernstein: trumpets; Howard Johnson: tuba, baritone saxophone, bass
  clarinet; Charles Burnham: violin; Peter Madsen: piano; Mario Pavone: bass;
  Michael Sarin: drums.

    2006 - Playscape Recordings (USA), 50505 (CD)

  Note: Marty Ehrlich does not play on this record.

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149 - EIGER: Erik Friedlander

    1/ Nostalgia I 
    2/ The Gates 
    3/ Hudson 
    4/ Jasmin 
    5/ Eiger 
    6/ A Still Moment 
    7/ Breaking Through 
    8/ Aberdeen 
    9/ Mystique 
    10/ Nostalgia 2 
    11/ Rivers Of Babylon 
    12/ Munifried 
    13/ Caravan 
    14/ Jigsaw 
    15/ In Your Arms 

  Erik Friedlander: cello; Ralph Alessi: trumpet; Joyce Hamman: violin; Meg
  Okura: violin; Jennifer Choi: violin; Satoshi Takeishi: percussion; Matt
  Darriau: winds; Brad Shepik: guitars, oud; Teho Teardo: keyboards, guitars,
  laptop; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet; Sato Moughalian: flute; John Madof: guitar;
  Kurt Gellersted: guitar.

    2007 - EF (USA), 01 (CD)

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150 - SPARK!: Marty Ehrlich, Myra Melford

    1/ Hymn Pt 1                                (Ehrlich)                6:23
    2/ A Generation Comes And Another Goes      (Melford)                6:06
    3/ I See A Horizon                          (Melford)                5:59
    4/ For Leroy                                (?)                      7:33
    5/ Up Do                                    (Robin Holcomb)          3:25
    6/ Night                                    (?)                      7:26
    7/ Blue Delhi                               (?)                      4:08
    8/ Images Of Time                           (Andrew Hill)            4:27
    9/ Hymn Pt 2                                (Ehrlich)                5:34

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet; Myra Melford: piano.

    2007 - Palmetto (USA), PM 2129 (CD)

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151 - LAPIDATION: Anthony Coleman

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

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

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

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152 - THIRD EYE ORCHESTRA: LIVE AT ROULETTE: Hans Tammen Third Eye Orchestra

    1/ Antecedent III: Mdina Experience 	(Tammen) 		 5:02
    2/ Antecedent IV: Coup D'Archet 		(Tammen) 		 4:14
    3/ Antecedent V: Verrano 			(Tammen) 		 8:59
    4/ Antecedent VI: Triadic Closure 		(Tammen) 	    	 7:11
    5/ Consequent I: Istres Control 		(Tammen) 		 4:07
    6/ Consequent II: Subtle Inconsistencies 	(Tammen) 		 5:51
    7/ Consequent III: Zipangu 			(Tammen) 		12:29
    8/ Consequent IV: Intentionally Left Blank 	(Tammen) 		 7:51
    9/ Consequent V: Treadmill 			(Tammen) 		 4:25
    10/ Consequent VI: Red Eye 			(Tammen) 		 8:05
    11/ Antecedent I: Opening 			(Tammen) 		 6:45
    12/ Antecedent II: Death Clock 		(Tammen) 		 4:33

  Mari Kimura: violin; Mark Feldman: violin; Stephanie Griffin: viola; Tomas 
  Ulrich: cello; Briggan Krauss: alto, baritone saxophone; Marty Ehrlich: bass
  clarinet, alto, flute; Robert Dick: flute, contrabass flute; Detlef Landeck:
  trombone; Dafna Naphtali: voice, live sound processing; Ursel Schlicht: pia-
  no, keyboards; Denman Maroney: piano, keyboards; Stomu Takeishi: bass; 
  Satoshi Takeishi: percussion; Hans Tammen: concept, realtime arrangement.

    2008 - Innova (USA), 225 (CD)

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153 - EASY COME EASY GO: Marianne Faithfull

  Disc 1:
    1/ Down From Dover				(Dolly Parton)
    2/ Hold On, Hold On				(Belitsky, Case, Dean, Good
						& Good)
    3/ Solitude					(Duke Ellington)
    4/ The Crane Wife 3				(Colin Meloy)
    5/ Easy Come, Easy Go			(Jackson, Brown)
    6/ Children Of Stone			(Espers)
    7/ How Many Worlds				(Brian Eno)
    8/ In Germany Before The War		(Randy Newman)
    9/ Ooh Baby Baby				(S. Robinson, P. Moore)
    10/ Sing Me Back Home			(Merle Haggard)
  Disc 2:
    11/ Salvation
    12/ Black Coffee
    13/ The Phoenix				(Judee Sill)
    14/ Dear God Please Help Me			(Morrissey)
    15/ Kimbie
    16/ Many A Mile To Freedom
    17/ Somewhere (A Place For Us)
    18/ Flandyke Shore

    Produced by Hal Willner

  Marianne Faithfull; Cat Power (2); Nick Cave (4); Rufus Wainwright (6); 
  Teddy Thompson (7); Antony Hegarty (9); Keith Richards (10); Sean Lennon; 
  Jarvis Cocker; Kate and Anna McGarrigle; Jim White; Lenny Pickett; Doug 
  Wieselman; Art Baron; Marc Ribot; Steven Bernstein; Marty Ehrlich; Greg 
  Cohen; Jane Scarpantoni; J.D. Parran; etc.

    2008 - Naive (France), ??? (2xCD)
    2008 - Naive (France), NV814412 (2xCD+DVD)
    2009 - Dramatico (UK), ??? (CD)
    2009 - Dramatico (UK), ??? (2xCD)
    2009 - Dramatico (UK), ??? (2xLP)
    2009 - Love Da (Hong Kong), LOVECD51 (CD)
    2009 - Decca (USA), B0012708-02 (CD)

  Note: the DVD contains a documentary by Anne Rohart, under Jean-Baptiste 
  Mondino's artistic direction, where Marianne Faithfull and Hal Willner com-
  ment on the tracklisting. 
  Note: the 1xCD US pressing on Decca only contains twelve tracks (1-10,13,
  14).

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154 - FROM SEEDS: Michael Musillami Trio + 3

    1/ Splayed Fingers				(Musillami)
    2/ Ga Ga Goosebumps				(Musillami)
    3/ From Seeds				(Musillami)	
    4/ Wisteria Hysteria Blues			(Musillami)
    5/ Graphite					(Musillami)
    6/ Bill Barron				(Musillami)

  Michael Musillami: guitar; Joe Fonda: bass; George Schuller: drums; Marty
  Ehrlich: alto; Matt Moran: vibes; Ralph Alessi: trumpet.

    2009 - Playscape Recordings (USA), 20109 (CD)

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155 - THINGS HAVE GOT TO CHANGE: Marty Ehrlich Rites Quartet

    1/ Rites Rhythms
    2/ Dung
    3/ Some Kind Of Prayer
    4/ On The One
    5/ Slices Of Light
    6/ Song For Tomorrow			(Ehrlich)
    7/ From Strength To Strength
    8/ Dogon A.D.				(Julius Hemphill)

  Erik Friedlander: cello; James Zollar: trumpet; Marty Ehrlich: alto; 
  Pheeroan AkLaff: drums.

    2009 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF150 (CD)

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156 - LOVEFOOL: Amy Cervini

    1/ Bye Bye Country Boy			(Dearie, Segal)		 4:13
    2/ Upside Down 				(Jack Johnson)		 3:52
    3/ Sad Songs And Waltzes 			(Willie Nelson)		 3:46
    4/ Good Riddance 				(Armstrong, Pritchard, 
						Wright)			 5:43
    5/ Lovefool 				(Svensson, Persson)	 3:50
    6/ Quand Je Marche 				(Camille Dalimais)	 5:24
    7/ I Wanna Get Married 			(Nellie McKay)		 4:50
    8/ Enjoy The Silence 			(M.L. Gore)		 5:18
    9/ Lazin' Around 				(Fred Hersch)		 3:49 
    10/ Comes Love 				(Brown, Stept, Tobias) 	 5:02
    11/ Lonely Highway 				(Cervini, Lev-Ari)	 5:19
    12/ The More I Go Out 			(Raleigh, Wayne)	 2:54 

  Amy Cervini: vocals, melodica; Michael Cabe: piano, Fender Rhodes; Mark Lau:
  bass, barkground vocals; Ernesto Cervini: drums, percussion, accordion, 
  background vocals; Joel Frahm (1): tenor; Marty Ehrlich (5,11): bass clari-
  net; String Nucleus (5): Earl Maneein (violin), Matt Szemela (violin), Jon
  Weber (viola), Jessie Reagen (cello).

    2009 - Anzic (USA), ??? (CD?)

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157 - FABLES: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Scroll No. 1 
    2/ The Thimble And The Thread 
    3/ Es Felt 
    4/ Wednesday's Waltz 
    5/ Rozo D'Shabbos 
    6/ Scroll No. 2 
    7/ The Mirror Waltz 
    8/ The Lion's Tanz 
    9/ I'm Growing Into My Hat 
    10/ Scroll No. 3 

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, flute, alto, soprano; Hankus Netsky:
  piano, accordion; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Jerome Harris: bass.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8155 (CD)

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158 - THE TWO FACES OF JANUS: Jason Robinson

    1/ Return To Pacasmayo 						10:22
    2/ The Two Faces Of Janus 						10:57
    3/ The Elders 							 6:14
    4/ Huaca De La Luna 						 3:50
    5/ Tides Of Consciousness Fading 					10:17
    6/ Cerberus Reigning 						 8:11
    7/ Persephone's Scream 						 9:25
    8/ Paper Tiger 							 3:40
    9/ Huaca Del Sol 							 4:02
    10/ The Twelfth Labor 						 9:04

    Recorded at Acoustic Recording, Brooklyn (USA) on December 11 & 12, 2009

  Jason Robinson: tenor, soprano, flute; Liberty Ellman: guitar; Drew Gress:
  bass; George Schuller: drums, percussion; Rudresh Mahanthappa; Marty 
  Ehrlich: saxophones.

    2010 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 311 (CD)

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159 - HEAR YOU SAY - LIVE IN WILLISAU: The Ray Anderson-Marty Ehrlich Quartet 

    1/ Portrait Of Leroy Jenkins 		(Ehrlich)		13:11
    2/ Hot Crab Pot 				(Anderson)		11:01
    3/ My Wish 					(Anderson)		 6:55
    4/ The Lion's Tanz 				(Ehrlich)		 4:45
    5/ The Git Go 				(Ehrlich)		 6:58
    6/ Alligatory Rhumba 			(Anderson)		11:19
    7/ Hear You Say 				(Ehrlich)		 8:57

    Recorded live in Willisau, Germany
 
  Ray Anderson: trombone; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, alto, soprano; Brad Jones:
  bass; Matt Wilson: drums.
 
    2010 - Intuition (Germany), INTCHR71303 (CD)

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160 - THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS: Joe Daley Earth Tone

  Joseph Daley: conductor, euphonium, tuba; Marty Ehrlich: soprano; Jimmy 
  Cozier: alto; Bill Saxton: tenor; Bob DeBellis: tenor; Steve Elson: tenor;
  Howard Johnson: baritone saxophone, contrabass clarinet, tuba; Scott 
  Robinson: bass Saxophone, sarrusophone, contrabass saxophone; Lou Soloff:
  trumpet; Stanton Davis: trumpet; Eddie Allen: trumpet; Reggie Pittman: trum-
  pet; Stephen Haynes: trumpet; Pamela Fleming: trumpet; Gary Valente: trombo-
  ne; Alfred Patterson: trombone; Craig Harris: trombone; Reut Regev: trombo-
  ne; Earl McIntyre: bass Trombone, tuba; Bob Stewart: tuba; Vincent Chancey:
  French horn; Mark Taylor: French horn; Onaje Allan Gumbs: piano; Benjamin 
  Brown: bass, tuba; Warren Smith: vibraphone, marimba, percussion; Buddy 
  Williams: drums, percussion; Satoshi Takeishi: Asian drums, percussion; 
  William Bausch: timbales, percussion; Richard Huntley: percussion; Bill
  Barrett: harmonica.

    2010 - Jaro (Germany), 4302/03 (CD+DVD)

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161 - THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT & SOUL NOTE: Anthony
  Braxton

  This 8xCD set contains remastered reissues of BIRTH AND REBIRTH (1979), FOUR
  COMPOSITIONS (QUARTET) 1983 (?), SIX COMPOSITIONS (QUARTET) 1984 (?), FIVE
  COMPOSITIONS (QUARTET) 1986 (?), SIX MONK'S COMPOSITIONS (1987) (?), 4 
  (ENSEMBLE) COMPOSITIONS 1992 (1993), EUGENE (1989) (?), and COMPOSITION NO.
  173 (?).

    2011 - Black Saint/Soul Note/CAM Jazz (Italy), BXS 1012 (8xCD)

  See 4 (ENSEMBLE) COMPOSITIONS 1992 (1993) for further references.

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162 - FROG LEG LOGIC: Marty Ehrlich's Rites Quartet

    1/ Frog Leg Logic 							 5:23
    2/ Ballade 								10:54
    3/ You Can Beat The Slanted Cards 					 6:20
    4/ Walk Along The Way 						 6:55
    5/ Solace 								 8:24
    6/ My Song 								 6:17
    7/ The Gravedigger's Respite 					 6:47

    Recorded at Acoustic Recording Studio, Brooklyn (USA) on January 15, 2011

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; James Zollar: trumpet; Hank Roberts: 
  cello; Michael Sarin: drums.

    2011 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF 242 (CD)

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163 - O QUE VOCÊ QUER SABER DE VERDADE: Marisa Monte

    1/ O Que Você Quer Saber De Verdade
    10/ Aquela Velha Cancaos
    10/ Aquela Velha Cançãos
    11/ Era Obvio

  Marisa Monte; Marty Ehrlich (1,11): bass clarinet, alto flute; Erik 
  Friedlander (1,10,11): cello; etc.

    2011 - EMI (?), ??? (CD)
    2012 - Blue Note/Phonomotor (USA), ??? (CD)

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164 - TIRESIAN SYMMETRY: Jason Robinson

    1/ Stratum 3				(Robinson)
    2/ Tiresian Symmetry			(Robinson)
    3/ Radiate					(Robinson)
    4/ Saros					(Robinson)
    Elbow Grease				(Robinson)
      6/ Introduction
      7/ Elbow Grease
      8/ Corduroy 
      9/ Cosmolographie 

  Jason Robinson: tenor, soprano, alto flute; JD Parran: alto, contra bass 
  clarinet, tenor; Marty Ehrlich: alto, bass clarinet; Bill Lowe: tuba, bass
  trombone; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Liberty Ellman: guitar; Drew Gress: bass; 
  George Schuller: drums; Ches Smith: drums, glockenspiel.

    2012 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 346 (CD)

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165 - THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT & SOUL NOTE: Julius
  Hemphill

  This 5xCD set contains remastered reissues of RAW MATERIALS AND RESIDUALS 
  (TBD), FLAT-OUT JUMP SUITE (TBD), FAT MAN AND THE HARD BLUES (1991), FIVE
  CHORD STUD (1994), and CHILE NEW YORK (TBD).

    2012 - Black Saint/Soul Note/CAM Jazz (Italy), BXS 1019 (5xCD)

  See FAT MAN AND THE HARD BLUES (1991) and FIVE CHORD STUD (1994) for further
  references.

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166 - THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT & SOUL NOTE: Muhal
  Richard Abrams

  This 8xCD set contains remastered reissues of SPIHUMONESTY (TBD), MAMA AND
  DADDY (TBD), BLUES FOREVER (TBD), REJOICING WITH THE LIGHT (1983), VIEW FROM
  WITHIN (1985), THE HEARINGA SUITE (1989), BLU BLU BLU (TBD), THINK ALL 
  (TBD), and FOCUS ONE (TBD).

    2012 - Black Saint/Soul Note/CAM Jazz (Italy), BXS 10?? (8xCD)

  See REJOICING WITH THE LIGHT (1983), VIEW FROM WITHIN (1985), and THE
  HEARINGA SUITE (1989) for further references.

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167 - SON OF ROGUES GALLERY - PIRATE BALLADS, SEA SONGS & CHANTEYS: various
  artists

  This 2xCD features Shane Macgowan (1) Robyn Hitchcock (2), Beth Orton (3), 
  Sean Lennon & Charlotte Kemp Muhl (4), Tom Waits (5), Ivan Neville (6), Iggy
  Pop (7), Macy Gray (8), Ed Harcourt (9), Shilpa Ray (10), Patti Smith & 
  Johnny Depp (11), Chuck E. Weiss (12), Ed Pastorini (13), The Americans 
  (14), Robin Holcomb & Jessica Kenny (15), Gavin Friday & Shannon McNally
  (16), Kenny Wollesen & The Himalayas Marching Band (17), Frank Zappa & The
  Mothers of Invention (18), Michael Stipe & Courtney Love (19), Marc Almond
  (20), Dr. John (21), Todd Rundgreen (22), Dan Zanes (23), Katey Red & Big
  Freedia (24), Broken Social Scene (25), Marianne Faithfull (26), Ricky Jay
  (27), Michael Gira (28), Petra Haden (29), Jenni Muldaur (30), Richard
  Thompson (31), Tim Robbins (32), Kembra Pfahler (33), Angelica Huston (34),
  Iggy Pop & Elegant Too (35), Mary Margaret O'Hara (36).

    26/ Flandyke Shore				(Marianne Faithfull)

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Marianne Faithfull: vocals; Kate McGarrigle: vocals; Anna McGarrigle: vo-
  cals; Lenny Pickett: bass clarinet; Doug Wieselman: bass clarinet; Art 
  Baron: bass recorder; Marty Ehrlich: tenor; Marc Ribot: guitar; Barry 
  Reynolds: guitar; Steve Weisberg: electric piano; Rob Burger: piano, organ;
  Gil Goldstein: accordion; Greg Cohen: bass; Jim White: drums.

    2013 - Anti (USA), ANTI 86904-2 (2xCD)

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  THIRD STONE FROM THE SUN: Robert Dick (1993 - New World, 80435-2 (CD))
  I'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER: Thomas Chapin (1993 - Arabesque Jazz, AJ0110 (CD))
  SONG FOR (SEPTET): Mario Pavone (1994 - New World/CounterCurrents, 80452-2
    (CD))
  IN OUR LIFETIME: Dave Douglas (1995 - New World/CounterCurrents, 80471-2 
    (CD))
  FITS & STARTS: Ned Rothenberg's Power Lines Nonet (1995 - New World/Counter-
    Currents (USA), 80476-2 (CD))
  SYNC - PORT OF ENTRY: Ned Rothenberg, Jerome Harris, Samir Chatterjee (1998
    - Intuition (Germany), INT 3249-2 (CD))
  KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES: Bill Ware Y2K Jazz Quartet (1999 - Cathexis 
    (USA), 93-005 (CD))
  WINDOW SILVER BRIGHT: Andy Laster's Lessness (2002 - New World, 80589 (CD))
  INTERVALS: SOLO WORKS FOR WOODWINDS, 2001: Ned Rothenberg (2002 - Animul 
    (USA), 101 (2xCD))