DISCOGRAPHY OF ELLERY ESKELIN

This is the third version of the discography of Ellery Eskelin. 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 Ellery Eskelin |
	       |          February 2003        |
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	       | by Patrice Roussel            |
	       | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)      |
	       | 2034 NE 37th Ave.             |
	       | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)      |
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With special thanks to:

William Kenz	
Ellery Eskelin
R. Lynn Rardin
Tony Reif
Brad Winter
Marcel Boucher 
Bernd Fuchs    
Philippe Meziat 
Hildegarde Desimpelaere	
Eyal Hareuveni	
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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
  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 - A LINCOLN PORTRAIT: Mikel Rouse Broken Consort

    1/ Full Flow                                (Rouse)
    2/ #2                                       (Rouse)
    3/ High Frontier                            (Rouse)
    4/ #1                                       (Rouse)
    5/ Quick Thrust                             (Rouse)
    6/ #3                                       (Rouse)

    Recorded in New York City in 1985

  Mikel Rouse: keyboard, drum machine programming; Ellery Eskelin: soprano;
  Jim Bergman: electric bass.

    1988 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 13 (LP)

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002 - JOINT VENTURE: Joint Venture

    1/ Lush Life
    2/ Just In Time
    3/ Chorale And Descendance
    4/ Avenue A
    5/ Intra-Action #2
    6/ El-Smoke

    Recorded in New York City in March 1987

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Paul Smoker: trumpet; Drew Gress: bass; Phil Haynes:
  drums.

    1988 - Enja (Germany), 5049 (LP)

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003 - SETTING THE STANDARD: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
    2/ Yesterdays
    3/ Jitterbug Waltz
    4/ Witchcraft
    5/ I Want To Talk About You
    6/ All the Things You Are
    7/ East of the Sun

    Recorded in New York City in February 1988

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Drew Gress: bass; Phil Haynes: drums.

    1989 - Cadence Jazz Records (USA), CJR 1044 (LP)

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004 - EARTH TONES: Tony Martucci

    1/ Dee-Lee-Ya
    2/ Eronel
    3/ Tekke
    4/ Two Mouth
    5/ Monks Mood
    6/ Cyclic Episode
    7/ Le Sei Rose Di Maria
    8/ Whirlwind

    Recorded in New York City in 1988

  Tony Martucci: drums;  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Joe Lovano: tenor, soprano;
  Marc Cohen: piano;  Drew Gress: bass.

    1990 - Sound Judgment (USA), 101 (CD)

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005 - WAYS: Joint Venture

    1/ Roberta's Changes                        (Haynes)
    2/ Gambol/Irony                             (Smoker)
    3/ DAC                                      (Haynes)
    4/ 29                                       (Gress)
    5/ Fight Or Flight                          (Eskelin)
    6/ Ways                                     (Gress)
    7/ Caverns                                  (Smoker)

    Recorded in New York City in January 1989

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Paul Smoker: trumpet; Drew Gress: bass; Phil Haynes:
  drums.

    1990 - Enja (Germany), 6052-2 (CD)

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006 - 4 HORNS & WHAT?: Phil Haynes

    1/ A'lil Iowa Get-Down                      (Haynes)
    2/ El-Smoke                                 (Haynes)
    3/ Ballad For Heike                         (Haynes)
    4/ Point Period                             (Haynes)
    5/ Atmospheres                              (Haynes)
    6/ Corner Store Strut                       (Haynes)
    7/ Alone                                    (Haynes)
    8/ Blues For Israel                         (Haynes)

    Recorded in New York City in 1989

  Phil Haynes: drums; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andy Laster: alto, baritone, flu-
  te; Paul Smoker: trumpet; Joe Daley: tuba, baritone horn.

    1991 (?) - Open Minds (Germany), 2402-2 (CD)

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007 - FORMS: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Blues                                    (Eskelin)                8:19
    2/ In Three                                 (Eskelin)                8:49
    3/ Ballad                                   (Eskelin)               10:28
    4/ Latin                                    (Eskelin)                9:16
    5/ African Flower                           (Duke Ellington)        10:31
    6/ Vignettes                                (Eskelin)               10:40
    7/ Bebop                                    (Dizzy Gillespie)        4:20

    Recorded at Westrax Recording Studios, New York City on March 27, 1990
    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Drew Gress: bass; Phil Haynes: drums.

    1991 - Open Minds, 2403-2 (CD)
    2004 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 592 (CD)

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

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

  Ellery Eskelin plays on one track with Baron Down:

    3/ Blinky                                   (Baron)

  Joey Baron: drums; Steve Swell: trombone; Ellery Eskelin: tenor.

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

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009 - 4 HORN LORE: Phil Haynes' 4 Horns & What?

    1/ Holler 4 Horns                           (Haynes)                 4:00
    2/ Out Of The Bowels                        (Haynes)                 3:16
    3/ Sweep                                    (Haynes)                 6:20
    4/ Goofus' Step                             (Haynes)                 4:12
    5/ Some Sick Slick                          (Haynes)                 5:03
    6/ Where Now                                (Haynes)                 9:47
    7/ Adrienne's Jazzmarchrag                  (Haynes)                 7:04
    8/ Phantoms                                 (Haynes)                 6:39
    9/ Eclipse                                  (Haynes)                11:51

    Recorded in New York City on November 24, 1991

  Phil Haynes: drums; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andy Laster: alto, baritone 
  saxophone, flute; Herb Robertson: trumpets, valve trombone, E flat tuba,
  small percussion; Paul Smoker: trumpet.

    1992 - Open Minds (Germany), 2413-2 (CD)
    2012 - Open Minds (Germany), 2413-2 (CD)

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010 - TONGUE IN GROOVE: Joey Baron's Baron Down

    1/ Blinky                                   (Baron)
    2/ Yow                                      (Baron)
    3/ Terra Bina Kia Jeena                     (trad.)
    4/ Guzzle                                   (Baron)
    5/ Oops                                     (Baron)
    6/ But, Cake                                (Baron)
    7/ Archives                                 (Baron)
    8/ The Shadow Of Your Smile                 (J. Mandel)
    9/ Room Service                             (Baron)
    10/ I Want A Little Girl                    (Mencher, Moll)
    11/ Sandbox                                 (Baron)
    12/ Response                                (Baron)
    13/ Trunk                                   (Baron)
    14/ Go                                      (Baron)
    15/ Scottie Pippen                          (Baron)
    16/ Mr. Pretension                          (Baron)

    Recorded in New York City in May 1991

  Joey Baron: drums; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Steve Swell: trombone.

    1992 - JMT (Germany), JMT 849 158-2 (CD)
    2004 - Winter & Winter (Germany), JMT Edition no. 919 056-2 (CD)

  Note: the Winter & Winter reissue has not been released yet (planned during
  the second half of 2004).

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011 - POLYGRAM CLASSICS & JAZZ - JUNE 93: various artists

  This record features Art Porter (1,14), Dinah Washington (2,3,6,7), Sarah
  Vaughan (4), Frank Morgan Quintet with Abbey Lincoln (5), Ella Fitzgerald
  (8), Count Basie & Joe Williams (9), Tim Berne (10,11), Joey Baron (12,13).

  Ellery Eskelin plays on two tracks with Joey Baron:

    12/ Blinky                                  (Joey Baron)             3:19
    13/ Terra Bina Kia Jeena                    (Joey Baron)             6:30

    1993 - Polygram (USA), SACD 607-2 (CD)

  See TONGUE IN GROOVE (1992) for further references.

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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012 - FIGURE OF SPEECH: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ #107                                     (Eskelin)                8:28
    2/ Short Story                              (Eskelin)               10:41
    3/ Figure Of Speech                         (Eskelin)               16:46
    4/ Whispered                                (Eskelin)                6:18
    5/ It Doesn't Wait                          (Eskelin)               10:31

    Recorded at Westrax Recording Studio, New York City on July 28, 1991

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Joe Daley: tuba; Arto Tuncboyaciyan: bakdav, drums,
  percussion.

    1993 - Soul Note (Italy), 121232-2 (CD)

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013 - PREMONITION/SOLO TENOR SAXOPHONE: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Solo #3 Premonition                      (Eskelin)
    2/ Solo #2 Song Cycle                       (Eskelin)
    3/ Solo #1 Phantasmagoria                   (Eskelin)
    4/ Body And Soul                            (Heyman, Sour, Green)
    5/ Off Minor                                (Thelonious Monk)
    6/ Besame Mucho                             (?)

    Recorded in New York City in 1992

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor.

    1993 - Prime Source (USA), 2010 (CD)

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014 - COLLAGE: Tony Martucci

    1/ Il Figlio Dello Scarpaio
    2/ Squaty Roo
    3/ You Don't Know What Love Is
    4/ The Mystery Song
    5/ Away
    6/ Off The Wagon
    7/ Soul Eyes
    8/ Seurat
    9/ Here At The Bottom Of The Sky
    10/ What's Going On

    Recorded in New York City in 1992

  Tony Martucci: drums;  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Tim Hagans: trumpet; Marc
  Copland: piano; Drew Gress: bass.

    1994 - Sound Judgment (USA), 102 (CD)

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015 - THE MYSTERY OF COMPASSION: Tom Varner

    1/ How Does Power Works?                    (Varner)                 9:32
    2/ Water And Wood                           (Varner)                 5:56
    3/ Fool's Oasis                             (Varner)                 8:26
    4/ A Severed Arm                            (Varner)                 1:01
    5/ The Well                                 (Varner)                13:52
    6/ Death At The Right Time                  (Varner)                 7:21
    7/ Control Passion                          (Varner)                 9:53
    8/ Plunge                                   (Varner)                 0:53
    9/ $ 1000 Hat                               (Varner)                14:15
    10/ Prayer                                  (Varner)                 3:20

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City on March 5-7, 1992

  Tom Varner: French horn; Ed Jackson: alto; Rich Rothenberg: tenor; Mike
  Richmond: bass; Tom Rainey: drums; Mark Feldman (5): violin; Matt Darriau
  (6): alto; Ellery Eskelin (6): tenor; Jim Hartog (6): baritone saxophone; 
  Steve Swell (6): trombone; Dave Taylor (6): bass trombone.

    1993 - Soul Note (Italy), 121217-2 (CD)

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016 - MIRRORS: Joint Venture

    1/ Here, At The Bottom Of The Sky...        (Gress)                  7:55
    2/ Mirrors                                  (Eskelin)                8:12
    3/ Away                                     (Gress)                  5:28
    4/ Late Expectations                        (Eskelin)                7:43
    5/ Spikes                                   (Haynes)                 9:19
    6/ Star Flowers                             (Smoker)
      6a/ Emerald-Agate                                                 10:42
      6b/ Sapphire-Carnelian                                            13:28
    7/ Dawn On The Gladys Marie                 (Haynes)                 9:23

    Recorded in 1991

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Drew Gress: bass; Phil Haynes: drums; Paul Smoker:
  trumpet.

    1993 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-7049 2 (CD)

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017 - RAISED PLEASURE DOT: Joey Baron's Barondown

    1/ Peckerwood                               (Baron)
    2/ Boss Hog                                 (Baron)
    3/ Hello! Hello! Hello!                     (Baron)
    4/ I've been Holding it All My Life         (Baron)
    5/ Stand Up                                 (Baron)
    6/ Absolutely                               (Baron)
    7/ Unleashing The Dobermans                 (Baron)
    8/ Low Maintenance                          (Baron)
    9/ Aquarela Do Brasil                       (???)
    10/ Pulse                                   (Baron)
    11/ Hey Hockaloogie                         (Baron)
    12/ The Elephant And The Poacher            (Baron)
    13/ Hutch                                   (Baron)
    14/ Car                                     (Baron)
    15/ Theme From The Movie Of The Same Name   (Baron)
    16/ Unleaded                                (Baron)
    17/ The Girl From Ipanema Blues             (???)

    Recorded in New York City in 1993

  Joey Baron: drums; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Steve Swell: trombone.
    
    1994 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80449-2 (CD)

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018 - 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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019 - BASEMENT RESEARCH: Gebhard Ullmann

    1/ D. Nee-No                                                         6:06
    2/ Think Tank                                                        2:53
    3/ Cafe Toronto                                                      5:43
    4/ Oberschoneweide                                                   6:02
    5/ New No-Ness                                                       5:42
    6/ High Lam Earth                                                    5:22
    7/ Farbiges Lied                                                     4:35
    8/ Fourteen Days                                                     5:21
    9/ Basement Research                                                 6:07

    Recorded at Sear Sound Studio, New York City on November 15-17, 1993

  Gebhard Ullmann: tenor, soprano, bass clarinet; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Drew
  Gress: bass; Phil Haynes: drums.

    1995 - Soul Note (Italy), 121271-2 (CD)

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020 - JAZZ TRASH: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Jazz Trash                               (Eskelin)                7:20
    2/ Harmonia                                 (Eskelin)                3:57
    3/ Jargon                                   (Eskelin)               12:44
    4/ Interfaith                               (Eskelin)                5:07
    5/ Untitled One                             (Eskelin)                8:14
    6/ Rain                                     (Eskelin)                5:24
    7/ Trip Wire                                (Eskelin)               13:00
    8/ 100 Days                                 (Eskelin)                7:01
    9/ 40 West                                  (Eskelin)                8:25

    Recorded at Clinton Studio B, New York City on October 27 & 28, 1994
    Produced by Karl Hereim

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, sampler; Jim Black: drums.

    1995 - Songlines (Canada), SGL 1506-2 (CD)

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021 - LOOPIN' THE COOL: Mark Helias

    1/ Munchkins                                (Helias)
    2/ Loop The Cool                            (Helias)
    3/ One Time Only                            (Helias)
    4/ Sector 51                                (Helias)
    5/ Seventh Sign                             (Helias)
    6/ Penta Houve                              (Helias)
    7/ Thumbs Up                                (Helias)
    8/ Hung Over Easy                           (Helias)
    9/ El Baz                                   (Helias)
    10/ Pacific Pim                             (Helias)
  
    Recorded in New York City in 1994

  Mark Helias: bass; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Regina Carter: violin; Epizio 
  Bangoura: djembe, percussion; Tom Rainey: drums.

    1995 - Enja (Germany), 9049-2 (CD)

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022 - CRACKSHOT: Joey Baron's Barondown

    1/ D B                                                               5:27
    2/ Dog                                                               5:31
    3/ Offering From A Pigeon                                            4:25
    4/ Toothpick Serenade                                                6:43
    5/ Punt                                                              4:39
    6/ Games On A Train                                                 11:07
    7/ Friend                                                            6:39
    8/ 11:58                                                             4:09
    9/ Oseola                                                            5:45
    10/ Tantilla Garden                                                  4:41
    11/ Sittin' On A Conflake                                           11:19

    Recorded in New York City on August 5-6,  1995

  Joey Baron: drums; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Steve Swell: trombone.

    1996 - Avant (Japan), Avan 59 (CD)

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023 - THE SONGLINES ANTHOLOGY: various artists

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

  Ellery Eskelin plays on one track:

    8/ Untitled One                             (Eskelin)                7:54

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York on March 20, 1994

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, organ; Jim Black: drums.

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

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024 - THE SUN DIED: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Twistin' The Jug                         (Gene Ammons)            5:01
    2/ The People's Choice                      (Harold Ousley)          6:37
    3/ Canadian Sunset                          (Heywood Gimbel)         5:12
    4/ Out Of It                                (Harold Vick)            2:31
    5/ Seed Shack                               (Gene Ammons)            7:37
    6/ Ca' Purange (Jungle Soul)                (Mussapere)              6:52
    7/ The Sun Died                             (Delanoe, Giraud, Gregory, 
						Charles)                 6:38
    8/ Jivin' Around                            (Gene Ammons)            3:30
    9/ Precious Memories                        (Public Domain)          4:28
    10/ The Light                               (Public Domain)          3:23

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on January 3 and 4, 1996
    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Marc Ribot: guitar; Kenny Wollesen: drums.

    1996 - Soul Note (Italy), 121282-2 (CD)

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025 - I DIED TODAY: Rodd Keith

  Collection of recorded works by Ellery Eskelin's late father Rodd Keith (aka
  Rod Rogers).

    1/ I Died Today
    2/ Hippy Happy Land
    3/ The Graveyard Rock
    4/ This
    5/ Our Senators
    6/ Tahiti
    7/ The Hump Dance
    8/ General Custer's Story Remains Legend
    9/ Do The Pig
    10/ T. V. Love
    11/ Just Waiting For The High Tide
    12/ I Am a Real American
    13/ Don't Throw My Love Away
    14/ I've Been Hurt So Many Times
    15/ Space
    16/ I Dreamed To Long, Woke Up Too Late
    17/ The Music Man From Mars
    18/ Do The Turkey
    19/ In The Stillness Of The Night
    20/ The Flitting Firefly
    21/ Elmer 21 Centuery Hop
    22/ First Comes The Rain
    23/ Gardenia
    24/ Somebody Else
    25/ Just Runnin Wild
    26/ Cloud Nine

    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  Rodd Keith: vocals, piano, organ, Chamberlain, synthesizer, guitar. 

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7401 (CD)

  Note: Ellery Eskelin does not play on this record.

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026 - GREEN BURMUDAS: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ More Or Less The Truth                   (Eskelin)
    2/ Mary Jane's Dilemma                      (Eskelin)
    3/ The Cocktail Hour                        (Eskelin)
    4/ Flamingo                                 (???)
    5/ (With Bells And Drums)                   (Eskelin)
    6/ Yummy Love                               (Eskelin)
    7/ Sleight Of Hand                          (Eskelin)
    8/ Behind The Curtain                       (Eskelin)
    9/ Green Bermudas                           (Eskelin)
    10/ Scratch                                 (Eskelin)
    11/ Untitled Two                            (Eskelin)
    12/ This Warm Secret Dial                   (Eskelin)

    Recorded on June 11, 1996

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: sampler.

    1996 - Eremite Records (USA), MTE02 (CD)

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027 - MARTIAN HEARTACHE: Tom Varner

    1/ Nuke 'Em, Tony                           (Varner)                 3:00
    2/ Keep It Up                               (Varner)                 7:45
    3/ Martian Affirmation                      (Varner)                 6:04
    4/ Venus With A Syringe                     (Varner)                 3:42
    5/ Precarious Dog                           (Varner)                 0:54
    6/ Isaac Has A Vision On The Subway         (Varner)                 6:14
    7/ The Quick And The Dead                   (Varner)                 4:37
    8/ Send Me A Probe                          (Varner)                 0:49
    9/ Tough Luck                               (Varner)                 5:42
    10/ Betsy Says Yes                          (Varner)                 1:17
    11/ Eva Etc.                                (Varner)                10:05
    12/ Anxiety All The Time                    (Varner)                 0:36
    13/ Learn Something!                        (Varner)                 5:30
    14/ Small Cry Big Laugh                     (Varner)                11:06
    15/ Lady Gay                                (trad., arr. Varner)     3:22

    Recorded at Tedesco Studios, Paramus (New Jersey) on March 5-6, 1996
    Produced by Tom Varner

  Tom Varner: French horn; Ed Jackson: alto;  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Drew
  Gress: bass; Tom Rainey: drums; Pete McCann (2,5,11), guitar; Dominique Eade
  (15): voice.

    1997 - Soul Note (Italy), 121286 (CD)

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028 - ONE GREAT DAY...: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ One Great Day...                         (Eskelin)                8:43
    2/ Vertical Hold                            (Eskelin)               10:32
    3/ T64K37B                                  (Eskelin)                4:24
    4/ Too Much Orange                          (Eskelin)               10:06
    5/ Fallen Angel                             (Eskelin)                9:19
    6/ The Inflated Tear                        (Roland Kirk)           12:58
    7/ Side Effects                             (Eskelin)               12:38

    Recorded at Forum, Wuppertal (Germany) on September 30, 1996
    Produced by Ulrich Kurth and Pia & Werner Uehlinger

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, sampler; Jim Black: perc-
  ussion.

    1997 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 502 (CD)
    2011 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 691 (CD)

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029 - JOHNNY'S CORNER SONG: Gerry Hemingway Quartet

    1/ Johnny's Corner Song                     (Hemingway)             13:43
    2/ On It                                    (Hemingway)             10:54
    3/ Gentle Ben                               (Mark Helias)           13:10
    4/ Toombow                                  (Hemingway)             21:35

    Recorded at the Grand Theater, Groningen (Holland) on November 14, 1997

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Robin Eubanks: trombone; Mark Dresser: bass; Gerry
  Hemingway: drums.

    1998 - Auricle (USA), Aur-4 (CD)

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030 - III: The Grassy Knoll

    1/ A Beaten Dog Beneath The Hail
    2/ Down In The Happy Zone
    3/ Every Third Thought
    4/ Blue Wires
    5/ Paul Has An Emotional Uncle
    6/ Six To Four To Three
    7/ Of All Possible Worlds...PtII
    8/ The Violent Misery Of Everything Lost
    9/ A World Reduced To Zero
    10/ Safe
    11/ III
    12/ 112 Greene Street
    13/ Thunder Ain't Rain

    Recorded at Greene Street Recording, New York City
    Produced by Nicholas Sansano and Bob Green

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Jane Scarpantoni: cello; Roger Rosenberg: bassoon,
  soprano, bass clarinet; James Wisniewski: flute; Carla Kihlstedt: violin;
  Chris Grady: trumpet; David Revelli: drums, percussion; Thurston Moore:
  guitar; Nick Sansano: Mellotron, Juno 60, Fender Rhodes, Hammond C3,
  Oberheim OB-8; Bob Green: Roland S550 sampler, bass, piano, guitar, pro-
  gramming.

    1998 - Antilles/Verve (USA), May 5 (CD)

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031 - COME AHEAD BACK...: Open Loose

    1/ Semaphore
    2/ Line Nine
    3/ The Other Brother
    4/ Boppo
    5/ Case Sensitive
    6/ Last One In, First One Out

  Mark Helias: bass; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Tom Rainey: drums.

    1998 - Koch Jazz (USA), KOC-CD-7861 (CD)

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032 - FICTIONARY: Mark Helias

    1/ The Comb Over                            (Helias)                 9:39
    2/ Looking Up From Heaven                   (Helias)                 6:20
    3/ Hands Down                               (Helias)                10:50
    4/ Fictionary                               (Helias)                 7:42
    5/ Area 51                                  (Helias)                10:48
    6/ Douglas Fir                              (Helias)                 2:26
    7/ Haymaker                                 (Helias)                 6:56

    (1-3,7) recorded live at the 1996 Nijmegen Music Meeting, on November 3,
    1996
    (4-6) recorded live at the 1995 Groningen Jazz Festival, on October 13,
    1995
    Produced by Mark Helias

  Mark Helias: bass; Mike Sarin (1-3,7): drums; Tom Rainey (4-6): drums;
  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Mark Feldman: violin.

    1998 - GM Recordings (USA), GM3037CD (CD)

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033 - KULAK, 29 & 30: Ellery Eskelin, Andrea Parkins, Jim Black

    1/ Departure Lounge                         (Eskelin)               10:46
    2/ Fifty Nine                               (Eskelin)               13:07
    3/ Rhyme Or Reason                          (Eskelin)               11:16
    4/ Organum                                  (Eskelin)               10:21
    5/ Visionary Of The Week                    (Eskelin)               11:59
    6/ Expubidence                              (Eskelin)                4:32

    Recorded at Kulak, Berikon (Switzerland) on October 29 & 30, 1997
    Produced by Pia & Werner Uehlinger

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, sampler; Jim Black: per-
  cussion.

    1998 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 521 (CD)

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034 - BLACK SAINT/SOUL NOTE CRITICS' PICKS, VOLUME 3: various artists

  This record features Tom Varner (1), Air (2), Andrew Cyrille and Maono (3),
  Joseph Jarman and Don Moye (4), Cecil Taylor (5), Ran Blake Quartet (6),
  The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet (7), Milford Graves/Andrew Cyrille/Kenny
  Clarke/Famoudou Don Moye (8), Sun Ra Arkestra (9).

  Ellery Eskelin plays on one track with Tom Varner:

    1/ How Does Power Work?                                              9:32

    1998 - Black Saint/Soul Note (USA), BS/SN C-003 (CD)

  See THE MYSTERY OF COMPASSION (1993) for further references on (1).

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035 - DISSONANT CHARACTERS: Ellery Eskelin, Han Bennink

    1/ Flutter                                  (Eskelin, Bennink)       4:51
    2/ Dissonant Characters                     (Eskelin, Bennink)       7:35
    3/ Incontrario                              (Eskelin, Bennink)       5:00
    4/ Oloraz = (Barolo)                        (Eskelin, Bennink)       8:04
    5/ Alias                                    (Eskelin, Bennink)       0:24
    6/ Bud + Shake                              (Eskelin, Bennink)       6:02
    7/ Sight Unseen/Brilliant Corners           (Thelonious Monk)        9:44       
    8/ No Pyrrhula, Pyrrhula (= Bullfinch)      (Eskelin, Bennink)       8:01
    9/ Let's Cool One                           (Thelonious Monk)        3:46       
    10/ Pro Tanto                               (Eskelin, Bennink)       5:16

    Recorded at Kulak, Berikon (Switzerland) on December 11 & 12, 1998
    Produced by Pia & Werner Uehlinger

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Han Bennink: drums.

    1999 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 534 (CD)

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036 - BEAUTY & THE BLOODSUCKER: Eugene Chadbourne and The Insect and Western

    1/ Nymphialiadae
    2/ Danadiae
    3/ Mexican Yellow
    4/ Buckeye
    5/ Clodius Parnassas
    6/ Long Dash Skipper
    7/ Tick Talk Flea Mart
    8/ Lacewing Invasion Of Nova Scotia
    9/ Reward
    10/ Paris Swallowtail
    11/ Danadiae
    12/ Hesperidae
    13/ Papilondae
    14/ Ithoma-Like Metal Lark
    15/ Mexican Yellow/Tick Talk Flea Mart

  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric guitars, dobro, 5-string banjo; 
  Ashley Adams: bass; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Lyn Johnston: contrabass clari-
  net; Jeff Kaiser: trumpet, euphonium; Carla Kihlstedt: violin; Rob Mallard:
  tenor; Jacques Palinckx: electric guitar; Dan Plonsey: tenor, alto, soprano,
  clarinets, stunt oboe; Garth Powell: percussion; Brian Ritchie: acoustic 
  bass guitar, miscellaneous instruments; Gino Robair: percussion; Carrie 
  Shull: oboe; Lukas Simonis: electric guitars; Jeff Sipes: percussion; Leonid
  Soybelman: amplified classical guitar.

    1999 - Leo Records (UK), Leo 270 (CD)

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037 - MOZG - 5 LAT: various artists

  This record features Habanera Z Operi (1), Mazzoll & Arhythmic Perfection
  (2), Teleecho (3), Trytony (4), Sylvie Courvoisier & Tomasz Pawlicki (5),
  Zdzislaw Piernik & Slawomir Janicki (6), Pieces of Brain (7), Maestro
  Trytony (8), Kazik Staszewski (9), Maslo (10), Tomasz Gwincinski/Peter
  Gonzales/Tomasz Pawlicki (11), 4 Syfon (12), Caridad de la Luz (13),
  Barondown (14), Tymon Tymanski (15), Fred Frith (16).

  Ellery Eskelin plays on one track with Barondown:

    14/ Unleashing The Dobermans                (Barondown)

    Recorded at Mozg Club, Bydgoszcz (Poland) on February 10, 1996

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Josh Roseman: trombone; Joey Baron: drums.

    1999 - Mozg Production (Poland), 004 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 1000 copies.

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038 - FIVE OTHER PIECES (+2): Ellery Eskelin, Andrea Parkins, Jim Black

    1/ The Dance Of Maya                        (John McLaughlin)       10:39
    2/ April                                    (Lennie Tristano)        8:45
    3/ India                                    (John Coltrane)         12:32
    4/ Song for Che                             (Charlie Haden)          6:14
    5/ Prelude II                               (George Gershwin)        6:22
    6/ Cause And Effect                         (Ellery Eskelin)        10:27
    7/ Ways And Means                           (Ellery Eskelin)        17:46

    Recorded at Kulak, Berikon (Switzerland) on October 12th & 13th, 1998
    Produced by Werner Uehlinger

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, sampler; Jim Black: drums,
  percussion.

    1999 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 533 (CD)

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039 - KREUZBERG PARK EAST: Gebhard Ullmann

    1/ Blaues Lied                              (Ullmann)                5:14
    2/ Kreuzberg Park East                      (Ullmann)                8:22
    3/ Meltema                                  (Ullmann)                8:18
    4/ The T.T. Walk                            (Ullmann)                7:01
    5/ Flutist With Hat And Shoe                (Ullmann)                4:57
    6/ Almost Twenty-Eight                      (Ullmann)                8:58
    7/ Those 4 R                                (Ullmann)                8:15
    8/ Blue Trees And Related Objects           (Ullmann)                4:57

    Recorded at Tedesco Recording Studios, New Jersey on May 2 & 3, 1997

  Gebhard Ullmann: tenor, soprano, bass clarinet; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Drew
  Gress: bass; Phil Haynes: drums.

    1999 - Soul Note (Italy), 121371-2 (CD)

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040 - RAMIFICATIONS: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Penalty Phase                            (Eskelin)                5:28
    2/ Ramifications (for Rami Wade)            (Eskelin)                8:28
    3/ Museum Piece                             (Eskelin)                7:37
    4/ Resident Alien                           (Eskelin)               11:07
    5/ Title Piece                              (Eskelin)                9:23
    6/ Contact                                  (Eskelin)                7:07
    7/ Transistor                               (Eskelin)               10:58

    Recorded at Sound on Sound, New York City on September 24, 1999
    Produced by Art Lange

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, sampler; Erik Friedlander:
  cello; Joe Daley: tuba; Jim Black: drums, percussion.

    2000 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 551 (CD)

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041 - THE SECRET MUSEUM: Ellery Eskelin with Andrea Parkins & Jim Black

    1/ Prelude                                  (Eskelin)                6:10
    2/ You'll Know When You Get There...        (Eskelin)                5:14
    3/ Vox Organalis                            (Eskelin)                6:54
    4/ Paris Swallowtail                        (Eugene Chadbourne)      5:01
    5/ We See                                   (Thelonious Monk)        7:58
    6/ Sequence/Consequence (1)                 (Eskelin)                7:31
    7/ Nymphaliadae                             (Eugene Chadbourne)      2:27
    8/ Sequence/Consequence (2)                 (Eskelin)                7:06
    9/ Mediation                                (Eskelin)                7:23
    10/ Ephemera                                (Eskelin)                5:19

    Recorded in November 1999
    Produced by Werner Uehlinger

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, sampler; Jim Black: per-
  cussion.

    2001 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 552 (CD)

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042 - THE CACTUS OF KNOWLEDGE: Rabih Abou-Khalil

    1/ The Lewinsky March                       (Abou-Khalil)		 5:25
    2/ Business As Usual                        (Abou-Khalil)		 6:23
    3/ Fraises Et Crème Fraiche                 (Abou-Khalil)		 9:53
    4/ Got To Go Home                           (Abou-Khalil)		 8:51
    5/ Oum Saïd                                 (Abou-Khalil)		10:36
    6/ Maltese Chicken Farm                     (Abou-Khalil)		 9:36
    7/ Ma Muse M'Amuse                          (Abou-Khalil)		 9:37
    8/ Pont Neuf                                (Abou-Khalil)		 5:41

    Recorded in July 2000

  Rabih Abou-Khalil: oud; Eddie Allen: trumpet; Dave Ballou: trumpet; Gabriele
  Mirabassi: clarinet; Antonio Hart: alto; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Tom Varner:
  French horn; Dave Bargeron: euphonium; Michel Godard: tuba; Vincent
  Courtois: cello; Jarrod Cagwin: drums; Nabil Khaiat: mizhar, riq.

    2001 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9401 2 (CD)
    2001 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9401 8 (audio DVD)
    2001 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9401 9 (video DVD)

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043 - 30EME ANNIVERSAIRE ENJA: various artists

  This record features Melissa Walker (1), Rabih Abou-Khalil (2), Abdullah
  Ibrahim (3), Renaud Garcia-Fons & Jean-Louis Matinier (4), Ray Anderson
  Pocket Brass Band (5), Abraham Burton & Eric McPherson (6), The Montreal
  Jubilation Gospel Choir (7), Antonio Hart (8), Carlos Bica & Ana Brandao
  (9), Absolute Ensemble Kristjan Jarvi (10), Dhafer Youssef (11).

  Ellery Eskelin plays on one track with Rabih Abou-Khalil:

    2/ Business As Usual                        (Abou-Khalil)

    2001 - Enja Records (France), SPE-4012 (CD)

  See THE CACTUS OF KNOWLEDGE (2001) for further references on (2).

  Note: for promotion only (given away in France for the purchase of any Enja
  release); published in association with the French jazz festival "Jazz sous
  les Pommiers".

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044 - VANISHING POINT: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Scatter Brain                            (Eskelin)                5:45
    2/ Horizon Blue                             (Eskelin)               10:28
    3/ Terra Firma                              (Eskelin)                5:17
    4/ Inquietante Familiarite                  (Eskelin)                6:34
    5/ Transient                                (Eskelin)                5:17
    6/ Still Life                               (Eskelin)                4:05
    7/ Signal Drift                             (Eskelin)                5:54
    8/ Paradigm                                 (Eskelin)                7:51

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on December 16, 2000
    Produced by Art Lange

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Mat Maneri: viola; Erik Friedlander: cello; Mark 
  Dresser: bass; Matt Doran: vibraphone.

    2001 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 577 (CD)

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045 - LIBERTÉ SURVEILLÉE: Daniel Humair

  Disc 1:
    1/ Give Me The Eleven			(Humair) 		14:13
    2/ Urgence 					(Ducret)		19:26
    3/ Ira Song 				(Humair)		10:48
    4/ Missing A Page 				(Joachim Kühn)		10:52
  Disc 2:
    5/ Triple Hip Trip 				(Humair)		14:22
    6/ Salinas 					(Joachim Kühn)		14:29
    7/ Mutinerie 				(Michel Portal)		 9:33
    8/ Amalgame					(Humair, Kühn)		14:32

    Recorded live at the Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris on June 25-27, 2001

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Marc Ducret: guitar; Bruno Chevillon: bass; Daniel 
  Humair: drums. 

    2001 - Sketch Records (France), SKE 333018.19 (2xCD)

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046 - NO IMAGES: John Hollenbeck

    1/ BLUEGREENYELLO 				(Hollenbeck)    
    2/ Without Morning 				(Hollenbeck)    
    3-8/ Vignettes: Six Improvised Duos 	(Hollenbeck)    
    9/ The Drum Major Instinct 			(Hollenbeck)    
    10-15/ Vignettes: Six Improvised Duos 	(Hollenbeck)    
    16/ No Images 				(Hollenbeck)    
  
  John Hollenbeck: drums, percussion, laughter samples, autoharp with portable
  fan; Ben Monder: guitar; David Liebman: tenor; David Taylor: trombone; Tim 
  Sessions: trombone; Ray Anderson: trombone; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Rick 
  Dimuzio: tenor; Theo Bleckmann: vocals.

    2001 - CRI (USA), CR2002 (CD)
    2007 - New World/CRI (USA), NWCR 2002 (CD-R)

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047 - 12 (+1) IMAGINARY VIEWS: Ellery Eskelin with Andrea Parkins & Jim Black

    1/ Opener                                   (Eskelin)                4:22
    2/ Four Chords                              (Eskelin)                3:27
    3/ Low(ly)                                  (Eskelin)                4:49
    4/ Plastiche                                (Eskelin)                4:06
    5/ Grafik                                   (Eskelin)                6:11
    6/ Hum                                      (Eskelin)                2:02
    7/ Modular                                  (Eskelin)                7:38
    8/ Naked Eye                                (Eskelin)                7:05
    9/ Combulatory                              (Eskelin)                5:24
    10/ Kicks                                   (Eskelin)                3:17
    11/ Middle C                                (Eskelin)                3:42
    12/ Magnet                                  (Eskelin)                3:16
    13/ Oska T                                  (Thelonious Monk)        5:29

    Recorded at Sound on Sound, New York City on April 1, 2001
    Produced by Art Lange

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, piano, sampler; Jim Black:
  drums, percussion.

    2002 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 584 (CD)

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048 - SONGS: Gerry Hemingway

    1/ Succotash                                (Hemingway)              6:25
    2/ Anton                                    (Hemingway)              5:01
    3/ In Your Arms                             (Hemingway)              7:04    
    4/ Up In You                                (Hemingway)              5:31
    5/ Hall Of Mirrors                          (Hemingway)              7:57
    6/ Cheap                                    (Hemingway)              4:46
    7/ Out Of The Trees                         (Hemingway)              7:02
    8/ Thump It                                 (Hemingway)              6:41
    9/ Going Down                               (Hemingway)              6:32
    10/ Rain                                    (Hemingway)              5:30
    11/ Emperor                                 (Hemingway)              6:02
    12/ Time To Go                              (Hemingway)              8:21

    Recorded in Logic Audio during March-December 2001
    Produced by Gerry Hemingway

  Lisa Sokolov: voice; James Emery: guitars; Kermit Driscoll: bass; Gerry  
  Hemingway: drums, sampler, voice; John Butcher: tenor; Ellery Eskelin: 
  tenor; Thomas Lehn: analogue synthesizer; Herb Robertson: trumpets; Wolter 
  Wierbos: trombone.

    2002 - Between the Lines (Germany), btl 024/EFA 10194-2 (CD)

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049 - THE WIRE TAPPER 03 - SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE CD: various artists

  This audio companion to the November 2002 issue of THE WIRE features Liars
  (1), Themselves (2), Tarwater (3), Mum (4), Badawi (5), Suicide (6),
  Supersilent (7), Polwechsel/Fennesz (8), Wazahugy (9), Asa-Chang & Junray
  (10), Deadbeat (11), DJ Vadim (12), The Oxes (13), Sagan (14), Leafcutter
  John (15), Sun (16), Max Tundra (17), Wire (18), Sonic Youth/ICP/The Ex
  (19), Sigur Ros (20), John Fahey (21), A Small Good Thing (22), The Sea and
  Cake (23), Masha Qrella (24), Dictaphone (25), Pulseprogramming (26),
  Electrelane (27), Ellery Eskelin/Andrea Parkins/Jim Black (28), Jimmy Lyons
  Trio (29), Amon Tobin (30), D'Arcangelo (31).

    28/ 43 RPM                                  (Eskelin, Parkins, Black)

    2002 - The Wire (UK), ??? (magazine+2xCD)

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050 - VOORUIT GELUID FESTIVAL: various artists

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

    10/ Prelude II 				(Eskelin, Parkins, Black)

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

  See FIVE OTHER PIECES (+2) (1999) for further references on (10).

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051 - ARCANUM MODERNE: Ellery Eskelin with Andrea Parkins & Jim Black

    1/ It's A Samba                             (Eskelin)               13:36
    2/ 43 RPM                                   (Eskelin)                6:20
    3/ Five Walls                               (Eskelin)               12:43
    4/ For No Good Reason                       (Eskelin)                9:46
    5/ Half A Chance                            (Eskelin)               10:51
    6/ Arcanum Moderne                          (Eskelin)               14:19

    Recorded at The Studio, New York City on May 31, 2002
    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, piano, sampler; Jim Black:
  drums, percussion.

    2003 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 588 (CD)

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052 - DEVILS PARADISE: Gerry Hemingway Quartet

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Ray Anderson: trombone; Mark Dresser: bass; Gerry
  Hemingway: drums.

    2003 - Clean Feed (Portugal), 010 (CD)

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053 - THE FUTURE OF THE PAST: Satoko Fujii Orchestra

  Ellery Eskelin: saxes; Tony Malaby: saxes; Andy Laster: saxes; Briggan
  Krauss: saxes; Oscar Noriega: saxes; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Steve 
  Bernstein: trumpet; Natsuki Tamura: trumpet; Laurie Frink: trumpet; Curtis
  Hassellbring: trombone; Joey Sellers: trombone; Joe Fielder: trombone; 
  Satoko Fujii: piano; Stomu Takeishi: bass; Aaron Alexander: drums.

    2003 - Enja (Japan), 1003 (CD)

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054 - ON THE ROAD WITH: Ellery Eskelin, Andrea Parkins, Jim Black

  Ellery Eskelin; Andrea Parkins; Jim Black; Jessica Constable.

    2004 - Prime Source (USA), 3010 (DVD)

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055 - IRVING STONE MEMORIAL CONCERT: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Stephanie Stone (1,13), Tim Berne (2), Mark Feldman
  and Sylvie Courvoisier (3), Herb Robertson (4), John Zorn and Ikue Mori (5),
  Erik Friedlander (6), Charles Gayle and Tom Rainey (7), Satoko Fuji (8),
  David Sewelson (9), Karen Borca and Roy Campbell (10), Oscar Noriega (11),
  Robert Dick (12), Shelley Hirsch and David Weinstein (14), Ellery Eskelin
  and Marc Ribot (15), Annie Gosfield (16), Mephista (17), Okkyung Lee (18),
  William Parker and the Little Huey Big Band (19), Roy Campbell (20), Louis
  Belogenis (21), Yuko Fujiyama (22), Lesli Dalaba and Wayne Horvitz (23),
  Chris Speed (24).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Noodling                                 (Stephanie Stone)        2:35
    2/ Screwgun                                 (Tim Berne)             11:16
    3/ Beyond                                   (Feldman, Courvoisier)   3:59
    4/ Above The Alternate                      (Herb Robertson)         8:42
    5/ From The Beginning                       (John Zorn, Ikue Mori)   4:30
    6/ Embrace                                  (Erik Friedlander)       2:38
    7/ Memories                                 (Gayle, Rainey)          8:46
    8/ Crystalgazin                             (Satoko Fuji)            3:57
    9/ In This World                            (David Sewelson)         3:52
    10/ Musings                                 (Borca, Campbell)        3:52
    11/ Neptune's Child                         (Oscar Noriega)          7:57
    12/ Delayed Reason                          (Robert Dick)            9:10
  Disc 2:
    13/ Not A Waltz                             (Stephanie Stone)        2:04
    14/ Bonbon For Stone                        (Hirsch, Weinstein)      2:18
    15/ Another You                             (Eskelin, Ribot)         2:38
    16/ 2nd Avenue Junkman                      (Gosfield)               4:04
    17/ Ear                                     (Mephista)               6:31
    18/ Shadow Indigo                           (Okkyung Lee)            5:26
    19/ Inscription                             (William Parker)        11:15
    20/ Jazz Remembers Stone                    (Roy Campbell)           6:54
    21/ Stone In The Bardo                      (Louis Belogenis)       11:41
    22/ Reflections                             (Yuko Fujiyama)          4:09
    23/ One Morton Street                       (Dalaba, Horvitz)        3:58
    24/ Cat Teachers/Nap Clarity                (Chris Speed)            4:24

    Recorded at Tonic, New York City in 2003
    Produced by Stephanie Stone

  Stephanie Stone (1,13): piano; Tim Berne (2): alto; Sylvie Courvoisier (2,3,
  17): piano; Tom Rainey (2,7,11,21): drums; Mark Feldman (3): violin; Herb
  Robertson (4): trumpet, vocals; Steve Swell (4): alto; Joey Baron (4):
  drums; John Zorn (5): alto; Ikue Mori (5,17): laptop electronics; Erik
  Friedlander (6): cello; Charles Gayle (7): tenor; Satoko Fuji (8): piano;
  David Sewelson (9,19): baritone saxophone; Greg Cohen (9,16): bass; Kenny
  Wollesen (9): drums; Karen Borca (10): bassoon; Roy Campbell (10,19,20):
  trumpet; Oscar Noriega (11): alto; Trevor Dunn (11,21): bass; Robert Dick
  (12): flute; Shelley Hirsch (14): vocals; David Weinstein (14): keyboards;
  Ellery Eskelin (15): tenor; Marc Ribot (15): guitar; Annie Gosfield (16):
  piano; Roger Kleier (16): guitar; Susie Ibarra (17): drums; Okkyung Lee 
  (18): cello; Matt Lavelle (19): trumpet, bass clarinet; Masahiko Kono (19): 
  trombone; Rob Brown (19): alto; Charles Waters (19): alto; Sabir Mateen 
  (19): reeds; William Parker (19): bass; Andrew Barker (19): drums; Louis 
  Belogenis (21): tenor; Tony Malaby (21): tenor; Yuko Fujiyama (22): piano; 
  Lesli Dalaba (23): trumpet; Wayne Horvitz (23): drums; Chris Speed (24): 
  tenor.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7611-2 (2xCD)

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056 - NY MIDNIGHT SUITE: Dennis Gonzales NY Quartet

    1/ III - Sketch The Wings Of Midnight
    2/ II - Angels Of The Dark Streets
    3/ I - Runaway Taxi Uptown
    4/ Hymn For The Elders
    5/ Dominant Fang
    6/ New Short Song

  Dennis Gonzales: trumpet; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Mark Helias: bass; Michael 
  Thompson: drums.

    2004 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF020 (CD)

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057 - AT SUNSET: Rob Price

    1/ 1600 Hours
    2/ Night Vision
    3/ Icicles
    4/ Main Title
    5/ Jack Of Cats
    6/ Where It Snows
    7/ Mouse Game
    8/ At Sunset

  Rob Price: guitar; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey Baron:
  drums.

    2004 - Gutbrain Records (USA), 04 (CD)

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058 - TEN: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ If Not Now                               (Eskelin)                3:25
    2/ Tell Me When                             (Eskelin)                4:07
    3/ Anyone's Guess                           (Eskelin)                6:01
    4/ Say It Again                             (Eskelin)                5:09
    5/ Ask To Be                                (Eskelin)                6:14
    6/ More Than That                           (Eskelin)                5:26
    7/ Anywhere, Not Here                       (Eskelin)                5:35
    8/ If So                                    (Eskelin)                2:17
    9/ Ask Me Why                               (Eskelin)                2:35
    10/ No Illusions                            (Eskelin)                8:34
    11/ I Couldn't Say                          (Eskelin)                6:19
    12/ Take Me                                 (Eskelin)                8:04

    Recorded at Systems Two Studios, Brooklyn (USA) on January 23 & 24, 2004
    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: piano, accordion, sampler; Jim Black:
  drums, percussion; Marc Ribot: guitar; Melvin Gibbs: bass; Jessica
  Constable: vocals.

    2004 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 611 (CD)

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059 - BLUEPRINT: Satoko Fujii Orchestra (West)

    1/ Blueprint                                (Fujii)
    2/ Ochai!                                   (Tamura)
    3/ Anemometer                               (Fujii)
    4/ Nagoyanian                               (Fujii)
    5/ Kioku                                    (Fujii)
    6/ [untitled]                               (Fujii)

    Recorded in New York City on July 5, 2003
    (6) recorded in New York City on September 20, 2001

  Satoko Fujii: piano; Oscar Noriega: alto; Briggan Krauss: alto; Ellery
  Eskelin: tenor; Tony Malaby: tenor; Andy Laster: baritone saxophone; Natsuki
  Tamura: trumpet; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Steve Bernstein: trumpet; Dave
  Ballou: trumpet; Laurie Frink (6): trumpet; Curtis Hasselbring: trombone;
  Joey Sellers: trombone; Joe Fiedler: trombone; Stomu Takeishi: bass; Aaron
  Alexander: drums.

    2004 - Natsat (Japan), 3016 (CD)

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060 - DRAWING - OPUS 2: PAUL KLEE: Alessio Riccio

    1/ Luna Of The Barbarians
    2/ Strange Garden
    3/ Death And Fire
    4/ The Gray One And The Coast
    5/ Clown
    6/ Underwater Garden
    7/ Le Jardin Magique
    8/ Outbreak Of Fear
    9/ Destroyed Labyrinth
    10/ Warning Of The Ships
    11/ The Timid Brute

    Recorded in Firenze, Italy in October 2003

  Alessio Riccio: drums, tapes, loops, percussion, vocals, water drum, pod
  shaker, claves, gong sculpture, darabukkas; David Shea: samples, digital
  piano, keyboards; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Mirko Guerrini: moezinho bass
  flute, Pakistani flute.

    2005 - Unorthodox (Italy), 5 (CD)

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061 - DIFFERENT BUT THE SAME: David Liebman, Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Tie Those Laces                          (Liebman)                6:46
    2/ Gnid                                     (Tadd Dameron)           7:24
    3/ You Call It                              (Eskelin)                7:47
    4/ Different But The Same                   (Liebman)                6:47
    5/ What Is This Thing:                                               5:44
      5a/ Subconscious-Lee                      (Lee Konitz)
      5b/ Hot House                             (Tadd Dameron)
      5c/ What Is This Thing Called Love        (Cole Porter)
    6/ How Do I Know                            (Eskelin)                6:03
    7/ Vonetta                                  (Wayne Shorter)          7:41
    8/ The Gun Wars                             (Liebman)               10:10

    Recorded at Systems Two, New York on May 30, 2004
    Produced by Art Lange

  David Liebman: tenor; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Tony Marino: bass; Jim Black:
  drums.

    2005 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 615 (CD)

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062 - THE WHIMBLER: Gerry Hemingway Quartet
  
    1/ Waitin'
    2/ Rallier
    3/ The Current Underneath
    4/ Pumbum
    5/ The Whimbler
    6/ Spektiv
    7/ Curlycue
    8/ In The Distance
    9/ Kimkwella

  Herb Robertson: trumpet; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Mark Helias: bass; Gerry 
  Hemingway: drums.
  
    2005 - Clean Feed (Portugal), 040 (CD)

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063 - ATOMIC CLOCK: Mark Helias' Open Loose

    1/ Subway
    2/ Chavez
    3/ Cinematic
    4/ Momentum Interrupted
    5/ Modern Scag
    6/ Atomic Clock
    7/ Plantin
    8/ What Up
    9/ Zephyr
    10/ Many Nows

  Tony Malaby: tenor; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Mark Helias: bass; Tom Rainey:
  drums, percussion.

    2006 - Radio Legs (USA), 012 (CD)

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064 - UNDULATION: Satoko Fujii Orchestra NY

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Tony Malaby: tenor; Oscar Noreiga: alto; Briggan
  Krauss: alto; Andy Laster: baritone saxophone; Natsuki Tamura: trumpet; Herb
  Robertson: trumpet; Steve Bernstein: trumpet; Dave Ballou: trumpet; Curtis
  Hasselbring: trombone; Joey Sellers: trombone; Joe Fiedler: trombone;
  Satoko Fujii: piano; Stomu Takeishi: bass; Aaron Alexander: drums.

    2006 - PJL (Japan), MTCJ 3032 (CD)

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065 - QUIET MUSIC: Ellery Eskelin

  Disc 1:
    1/ Coordinated Universal Time               (Eskelin)               11:22
    2/ I Should Have Known                      (Eskelin)                6:32
    3/ 48 A & B                                 (Eskelin)                6:18
    4/ Read My Mind                             (Eskelin)                8:01
    5/ Instant Counterpoint                     (Eskelin)               10:38
    6/ How Do I Know                            (Eskelin)                6:32
    7/ Quiet Music                              (Eskelin)                9:12
  Disc 2:
    8/ Split The Difference                     (Eskelin)                4:43
    9/ Cuarenta Y Neueve                        (Eskelin)                5:20
    10/ The Curve                               (Eskelin)               12:32
    11/ Let's Change The Subject                (Eskelin)                3:56
    12/ Like I Say                              (Eskelin)                5:32
    13/ La Berceuse D'Angela                    (Olivier Marcaud)        6:22
    14/ Tomorrow Is A New Day                   (Eskelin)               22:35

    Recorded at Studios La Buissonne, Pernes les Fontaines (France) on May 10
    & 11, 2006
    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Jessica Constable: vocals; Andrea Parkins: accordion, 
  piano, organ, laptop sampler; Jim Black: drums, percussion; Philippe Gelda: 
  piano, organ.

    2006 - Prime Source (USA), CD 4010 (2xCD)

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066 - LA PASSANT: Michel Lambert

  Michel Lambert; Dominic Duval; Ellery Eskelin; Malcolm Goldstein.

    2006 - Jazz Rant (Canada), ??? (CD)

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067 - I REALLY DO NOT SEE THE SIGNAL: Rob Price Quartet

  Rob Price; Ellery Eskelin; Trevor Dunn; Jim Black.

    2007 - Gutbrain (USA), 06 (CD)

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068 - TRIPLEPOINT: Stefan Pasborg

  Stefan Pasborg; Ray Anderson; Ellery Eskelin; John Tchicai; Marc Ducret;
  Jeppe Skovbakke; Peter Friis Nielsen; Paul Brousseau; Liudas Mockunas;
  Jesper Zeuthen; Jakob Munck; Jacob Riis; Daniel Franck; Carsten Dahl; Alex
  Riel.

    2007 - Ilk (EEC), 130 (3xCD)

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069 - DANCE OF THE SOOTHSAYERS TONGUE (LIVE AT TONIC): Dennis Gonzalez NY 
  Quartet

    1/ Reaching Through The Skin                (Gonzalez)
    2/ The Matter At Hand                       (Gonzalez)
    3/ Dance Of The Soothsayers Tongue          (Gonzalez)
    4/ Soundrhythium                            (Michael T.A. Thompson)
    5/ Afrikanu Suite Part 1-5                  (Gonzalez)
    6/ Archipelago Of Days                      (Gonzalez)

  Dennis Gonzalez: trumpet; Ellerry Eskelin: tenor; Mark Helias: bass; Mike
  Thompson: drums.

    2007 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF094 (CD)

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070 - RENEWAL: David Liebman & Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Cha                                      (Black)                  7:53
    2/ The Decider                              (Eskelin)                9:14
    3/ Out There (take 2)                       (Eric Dolphy)            5:10
    4/ Renewal                                  (Liebman)                6:57
    5/ Palpable Clock                           (Marino)                 5:06
    6/ Dimi And The Blue Man                    (Liebman)               10:14
    7/ IC                                       (Eskelin)                8:57
    8/ Free Ballad                              (DL,EE,TM,JB)            2:07
    9/ Out There (take 1)                       (Eric Dolphy)            6:44

    Recorded at Systems Two, New York City on June 27, 2007
    Produced by David Liebman and Ellery Eskelin

  David Liebman: tenor; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Tony Marino: bass; Jim Black:
  drums, percussion.

    2008 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 654 (CD)

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071 - SET THE ALARM FOR MONDAY: Bobby Previte & The New Bump

    1/ Set The Alarm For Monday                 (Previte)                4:35
    2/ I'd Advise You Not To Miss Your Train    (Previte)                5:43
    3/ She Has Information                      (Previte)                4:35
    4/ Where You Followed?                      (Previte)                3:47
    5/ I'm On To Her                            (Previte)                4:35
    6/ There Was Something In My Drink          (Previte)                6:09
    7/ You're In Over Your Head                 (Previte)                5:46
    8/ Drive South, Along The Canyon            (Previte)                5:11
    9/ Wake Up Andrea, We're Pulling In         (Previte)                8:48

    Recorded at Maggie's Farm in August 2007
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Steve Bernstein: trumpet; Bill Ware: vibraphone; Brad
  Jones: bass; Jim Pugliese: percussion; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2008 - Palmetto (USA), PM 2133 (CD)

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072 - SUMMER SUITE: Satoko Fujii Orchestra NY

  Satoko Fujii; Tony Malaby; Ellery Eskelin; Oscar Noriega; Briggan Krauss;
  Andy Laster; Natsuki Tamura; Herb Robertson; Steven Bernstein; Dave Ballou;
  etc.
  
    2008 - Libra (Japan), 215-023 (CD)

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073 - EVERY SO OFTEN: Ellery Eskelin, Sylvie Courvoisier

    1/ Moderato Cantabile
    2/ Architectural
    3/ A Distant Place
    4/ Every So Often
    5/ Open Channel
    6/ Accidentals
    7/ Wave Off
    8/ Blind Spot
    9/ Processing

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano.

    2008 - Prime Source (USA), 5010 (CD)

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074 - AS SOON AS POSSIBLE: Vincent Courtois/Sylvie Courvoisier/Ellery Eskelin

    Recorded during Fall 2007

    2008 - CAM Jazz (Italy), 7809 (CD)

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075 - ONE GREAT NIGHT... LIVE: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ The Decider				(Eskelin)		12:24
    2/ For No Good Reason			(Eskelin)		11:19
    3/ Coordinated Universal Time		(Eskelin)		 9:57
    4/ Split The Difference			(Eskelin)		 7:30
    5/ Instant Counterpoint			(Eskelin)		11:55
    6/ I Should Have Known			(Eskelin)		 9:16
    7/ Half A Chance				(Eskelin)		 6:46

    Recording live at Towson University, Baltimore (USA) on December 9, 2007
    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Andrea Parkins: accordion, electric piano, organ,
  sampler, piano; Jim Black: drums, percussion.

    2009 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 683 (CD)

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076 - ETERNAL INTERLUDE: John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble

    1/ Foreign One 				(Hollenbeck)		 9:16
    2/ Eternal Interlude 			(Hollenbeck) 		19:05
    3/ Guarana 					(Hollenbeck)		 8:31
    4/ The Cloud  				(Hollenbeck)		13:03
    5/ Perseverance 				(Hollenbeck)	 	17:45
    6/ No Boat  				(Hollenbeck)		 1:56

    Recorded at Avatar Studio C, New York City on March 8 & 9, 2009
    Produced by John Hollenbeck

  Ben Kono: flute, soprano, alto; Jeremy Viner: clarinet, tenor; Tony Malaby:
  tenor, soprano; Dan Willis: tenor, soprano, flute, English horn; Bohdan 
  Hilash: clarinet, bass clarinet, contra-alto clarinet; Ellery Eskelin (5,6):
  tenor; Rob Hudson: trombone; Mike Christianson: trombone; Jacob Garchik:
  trombone, tenor horn; Alan Ferber: trombone; Tony Kadleck: trumpet, flugel-
  horn; Jon Owen: trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave Ballou: trumpet, flugelhorn; 
  Laurie Frink: trumpet, flugelhorn; Gary Versace: piano, organ, keyboards; 
  Matt Moran (1,3,4): mallet percussion; John Ferrari (2,5,6): mallet percus-
  sion; Kermit Driscoll: bass; John Hollenbeck: drums; Theo Bleckmann: vocals; 
  JC Sanford: conductor.

    2009 - Sunnyside (USA), SSC 1220 (CD)

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077 - SELECTION: Rabih Abou-Khalil

    5/ Lewinsky March 				(Abou-Khalil)		 5:28

    2009 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9525 2 (CD)

  See THE CACTUS OF KNOWLEDGE (2001) for further references on (5).

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078 - INBETWEEN SPACES: Gerry Hemingway, Ellery Eskelin

    Recorded in Plainsboro, New Jersey (USA) on August 14, 2008
 
  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Gerry Hemingway: drums, percussion, voice. 

    2010 - Auricle (USA), AUR-11 (CD)

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079 - TRIO NEW YORK: Ellery Eskelin Trio

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Gary Versace: Hammond B3 organ; Gerald Cleaver: 
  drums.

    2011 - Prime Source (USA), 6010 (CD)

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080 - ETO: Satoko Fujii Orchestra New York

    1/ The North Wind And The Sun 					 9:12
    2/ Overture 							 2:26
    3/ Rat 								 1:29
    4/ Ox 								 2:43
    5/ Tiger 								 1:39
    6/ Hare 								 2:28
    7/ Dragon 								 1:50
    8/ Snake 								 2:05
    9/ Horse 								 1:20
    10/ Ram 								 2:13
    11/ Monkey 								 1:17
    12/ Rooset 								 1:47
    13/ Dog 								 1:59
    14/ Boar 								 2:10
    15/ Epilogue 							 1:58
    16/ Pressure Cooker 						 5:59
    17/ Stroll 								 7:19

    Recorded at Systems Two, New York City on October 27, 2010

  Oscar Noriega: alto; Briggan Krauss: alto; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Chris 
  Speed: tenor; Andy Laster: baritone saxophone; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Dave
  Ballou: trumpet; Frank London: trumpet; Natsuki Tamura: trumpet; Joey 
  Sellers: trombone; Curtis Hasselbring: trombone; Joe Fiedler: trombone; 
  Satoko Fujii: piano; Stomu Takeishi: bass; Aaron Alexander: drums.

    2011 - Libra (Japan), 215-029 (CD)

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081 - RIPTIDE: Gerry Hemingway Quintet

    1/ Sumna 								 8:47
    2/ Riptide 								 6:57
    3/ Gitar 								12:51
    4/ At Anytime 							 9:30
    5/ Asamine 								 4:54
    6/ Holler Up 							 7:30
    7/ Meddle Music 							 4:38
    8/ Backabacka 							 8:20
    9/ Chicken Blood 							 4:33

    Recorded at Acoustic Music, Brooklyn (USA) on December 5, 2009

  Oscar Noriega: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; 
  Terrence McManus: guitars; Kermit Driscoll: bass; Gerry Hemingway: drums, 
  harmonica.

    2011 - Clean Feed (Portuga), CF227 (CD)

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082 - SEPTEMBER TRIO: Harris Eisenstadt

    1/ September 1 							 8:02
    2/ September 2 							 5:00
    3/ September 3 							 7:17
    4/ September 4 							 6:32
    5/ September 5 							 8:39
    6/ September 6 							11:05
    7/ September 7 							 2:00

    Recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn (USA) on September 12, 2010

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Angelica Sanchez: piano; Harris Eisenstadt: drums. 

    2011 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF229 (CD)

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083 - DIRIGO RATAPLAN: Devin Gray

    1/ Quadraphonically
    2/ Cancel The Cancel
    3/ Down Time
    4/ Prospect Park In The Dark
    5/ Talking With Hands
    6/ Otaku
    7/ Thickets
    8/ Katahdin

    Recorded at Systems Two, Brooklyn (USA) on April 30, 2011

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Dave Ballou: trumpet; Michael Formanek: bass; Devin
  Gray: drums.

    2012 - Skirl (USA), 19 (CD)

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084 - NON SEQUITURS: David Liebman, Ellery Eskelin

    1/ New Breed				(Liebman)		 6:20
    2/ In The Mean Time				(Liebman)		11:20
    3/ Ghosts					(Albert Ayler)		 8:08
    Non Sequiturs (Suite In 8 Parts)		(Eskelin)		
      4/ No Opening							 2:28
      5/ Low Visibility							 4:16
      6/ Main North							 1:21
      7/ Uncertain Speech						 1:42
      8/ Vertical Prose							 2:08
      9/ Intended Poem							 4:08
      10/ Tin Baroque							 4:42
      11/ Adjusted Scatter						 7:35

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on February 18, 2011
    Produced by Ellery Eskelin

  David Liebman: tenor; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Tony Marino: bass; Jim Black:
  drums. 

    2012 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 710 (CD)

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085 - UNFOLD ORDINARY MIND: Nels Cline, Ellery Eskelin, Rob Sudduth, Ches 
  Smith, Ben Goldberg

    1/ Elliptical							 9:11
    2/ Parallelogram 				          		11:25
    3/ Xcpf								 5:51
    4/ Lone								 2:19
    5/ I Miss The SLA 							 3:38
    6/ Stemwinder						 	 9:24
    7/ Breathing Room							 5:45

    Recorded at The Bunker Studio, Brooklyn (USA) on April 9, 2012

  Ben Goldberg: contra-alto clarinet, Bb clarinet; Nels Cline: guitar; Ellery
  Eskelin: tenor; Rob Sudduth: tenor; Ches Smith: drums. 

    2013 - Bag Production (USA), BAG004 (CD)

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086 - TRIO NEW YORK II: Ellery Eskelin Trio

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Gary Versace: Hammond B3 organ; Gerald Cleaver: 
  drums.

    2013 - Prime Source (USA), 7010 (CD)

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087 - MIRAGE: Ellery Eskelin

    1/ Rain Shadow 						 	 5:50
    2/ Meridian 							 6:22
    3/ Divergence 							 4:28
    4/ Saturation 							 4:49
    5/ Absolute Zero 							 3:43
    6/ Refraction 							 3:28
    7/ Occlusion 							 5:17
    8/ Downburst 							27:21
    9/ Mirage 								 5:33

    Recorded at the Towson University Fine Arts Center, Baltimore (USA) on
    November 9, 2011

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Susan Alcorn: pedal steel guitar; Michael Formanek:
  bass.
 
    2013 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF 271 (CD)

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088 - THE DESTRUCTIVE ELEMENT: Harris Eisenstadt September Trio 

    1/ Swimming, Then Rained Out 		(Eisenstadt)		 4:23
    2/ Additives 				(Eisenstadt)		 6:20
    3/ From Schoenberg, Part One 		(Eisenstadt)		 7:41
    4/ Back And Forth 				(Eisenstadt)		 7:01
    5/ Ordinary Weirdness 			(Eisenstadt)		 6:20
    6/ The Destructive Element 			(Eisenstadt)		 2:36
    7/ Cascadia 				(Eisenstadt)		 6:48
    8/ From Schoenberg, Part Two 		(Eisenstadt)		 4:24
    9/ Here Are The Samurai 			(Eisenstadt)		 4:02

    Recorded at Grande Auditorio, Portalegre (Portugal) on September 29 & 30,
    2012

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Angelica Sanchez: piano; Harris Eisenstadt: drums.

    2013 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF 276 (CD)

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