DISCOGRAPHY OF FRED FRITH

This is the 15th version of the discography of Fred Frith. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

for example, we are still looking for informations on the following records:

Michel Ramond (ramond.michel@wanadoo.fr).
Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com),
Stéphane Vuilleumier (stephane.vuilleumier@orange.fr),
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                        |     DISCOGRAPHY OF FRED FRITH     |
                        |          September 2013           |
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                        | by Michel Ramond                  |
                        | (ramond.michel@wanadoo.fr)        |
                        | Patrice Roussel                   |
                        | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)          |
                        | 2034 NE 37th Ave.                 |
                        | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)          |
                        | and Stéphane Vuilleumier          |
                        | (stephane.vuilleumier@orange.fr)  |
                        | Strasbourg (France)               |
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With very special thanks to:

Malcolm Humes, for his Fred Frith discography on which most of the initial
version of this one was based.

And special thanks to:

Andrew Torda Andrei Bakhmin Philippe Renaud Phil Zampino John Shiurba David J. Strauss Gino Robair Mark Jung Eric Rutten Bill Ellsworth Donel Young Peter Stoller Paolo Valladolid Richard Shapiro Jonathan Abbey Johann Haidenbauer Fastian Art Cohen Merryman Michael Ulrich Bomnueter Joshua Fried David Mandl Morgan Fisher Peter Renfro Andrew Cimino Bruce Liebenberg Greg Gunthner Herb Levy Michael Zelner Hal Dean Nick Loebner Geoff Gray Dan Coffey Ville Sinkko David C. Mason Einar Timdal Chris Koenigsberg Rick Brown Jeff Spirer T Neale Rik Gerrits Stanislav Avzan Danilo Campanella Allen Huotari Jonas Vognsen Steve Gore James Douglas Knox Arto Seppala Ross Goodman Henryk Palczewski Gonzalo Patricio Fuentes Burghard Ilge Guillaume Loizillon Matt Weiner Chris Cole Jean-François Masse Quentin Rollet Patrick Boeuf R. Dittmann Jay Tracy Ben Raskin François Tieche Artur Nowak Caleb T. Deupree Fredi Bosshard Fred Frith Takeshi Ohashi Steve Bunyan Prem Lall Sean Terwilliger Dale Steven Funtash Stan Miller Ayse John Karpel Siegfried Otto Jacek Majewski Mario Bucci Andreas Dietz Patrice Schneider Rainer Muenz Osamu Sakamoto Manfred Bress Veit Stauffer Allan Otto Sommer Sergio Moro Chris Culter Derrick D. Little Maciej Kostecki George Scala Tim Blechmann Maarten Hepp Mark Shirley Jean-Philippe Ramos Pawel Romanczuk Claude Brindamour Marcin Witkowski Leor Hardy Tully Svekric Pierre Durr

for sending us extra material and/or giving prompt answers to our questions. Also thanks to John Relph for his Peter Blegvad discography.
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Records and tapes have been listed by chronological order for edition (and not recording). The following records and tapes are listed: the following ones are not listed (we think this would deserve a special sec- tion):

you won't find anything on extra material like (maybe in a 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 - LEGEND: Henry Cow
 
    1/ Nirvana For Mice                         (Frith)                  4:53
    2/ Amygdala                                 (Hodgkinson)             6:47
    3/ Teenbeat Introduction                    (Henry Cow)              4:32
    4/ Teenbeat                                 (Frith, Greaves)         6:57
    5/ Nirvana (reprise)                        (Frith)                  1:11
    6/ With The Yellow Half-Moon And Blue Star  (Frith)                  2:26
    7/ Teenbeat (reprise)                       (Frith)                  5:07
    8/ The Tenth Chaffinch                      (Henry Cow)              6:06
    9/ Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King        (Hodgkinson)             5:34
    10/ Bellycan                                (Henry Cow)              3:19

    Recorded at Manor Studios, May/June 1973
    (10) recorded at Manor Studios on November 4, 1973

  Geoff Leigh: soprano, tenor, flute, clarinet, recorder, voice; Tim
  Hodgkinson: piano, organ, alto, clarinet, voice; Fred Frith: guitar, violin,
  viola, piano, voice; John Greaves: bass, piano, voice; Chris Cutler: drums,
  toys, piano, voice; Sarah Greaves (4): voice; Maggie Thomas (4): voice;
  Cathy Williams (4): voice; Jeremy Baines (6): pixiphone; Lindsay Cooper (2):
  bassoon.

    1973 - Virgin (UK), V. 2005 (LP)
    1973 - Virgin (UK), TCV 2005 (CT)
    1973 - Virgin (USA), VR 13-107 (LP)
    1973 - Virgin (France), 840027 (LP)
    1973 - Virgin (Germany), 87738 IT (LP)
    1973 - Virgin (Italy), VIL 12005 (LP)
    1975 - Virgin (Japan), YX-7022-VR (LP)
    1979 - Celluloid/LTM (France), LTM 1008 (LP)
    1979 - Red Records (USA), RED 001 (LP)
    19?? - Celluloid (France), CEL 2-1008 (LP)
    1982 - Virgin (Japan), VIP-4153 (LP)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80482 (CD)
    1998 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR HC1 (CD)
    1998 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 81342 (CD)
    2002 - ReR (Japan), ReR HC1 (CD)
    2010 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR VHC1 (LP)
    2011 - ReR Megacorp (UK), COWLPSpecial (3xLP)

  Note: although present, (5) is not listed on the LP pressings.
  Note: (10) are only available on the ESD 80482 CD pressing.
  Note: Lindsay Cooper does not play on the original pressing; she only 
  appears on an edited version of (2) which was recorded in August 1990, and
  is only available on the 1991 CD reissues (ESD and ReR).
  Note: both 1998 reissues (ReR Megacorp and ESD) restore the original mixing
  and omit the bonus track (10).
  Note: the 2002 Japanese edition has a mini LP sleeve.
  Note: the 2011 3xLP set contains LEGEND (1973), UNREST (1974), and IN PRAISE
  OF LEARNING (1975).

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002 - GREASY TRUCKERS, LIVE AT DINGWALLS DANCE HALL: various artists

  This record features Camel (side A), Henry Cow (side B), Global Village
  Trucking Co (side C), Gong (side D).

  Side B:                                                               21:30
    1/ Off The Map
      1a/ Solo piano                            (Hodgkinson)
      1b/ Trio                                  (Hodgkinson, Cutler, Frith)
    2/ Cafe Royal (solo guitar)                 (Frith)
    3a/ Keeping Warm In Winter                  (Frith, Greaves)
    3b/ Sweet Heart Of Mine                     (Henry Cow)

    Recorded at The Manor on November 4, 1973

  Chris Cutler: drums, vocals; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, vocals; John
  Greaves: bass, piano, vocals, Tim Hodgkinson: organ, clarinet, alto, vocals;
  Geoff Leigh: tenor, soprano, flute, clarinet, recorder.

    1974 - Greasy Truckers (UK), GT 4997 (2xLP)
    1974 - Gama Records Limited (Germany), DS 3265/1-2 (2xLP)

  Note: all these tracks have been reissued on the CD pressing of CONCERTS.

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003 - GUITAR SOLOS: Fred Frith

    1/ Hello Music                              (Frith)                  1:30
    2/ Glass c/w Steel                          (Frith)                  5:33
    3/ Ghosts                                   (Frith)                  3:07
    4/ Out Of Their Heads (On Locoweed)         (Frith)                  8:24
    5/ Not Forgotten                            (Frith)                  1:42
    6/ Hollow Music                             (Frith)                  2:38
    7/ Heat c/w Moment                          (Frith)                  1:37
    8/ No Birds                                 (Frith)                 12:46
    9/ Only Reflect                             (Frith)                  3:58
    10/ Water/Struggle/The North                (Frith)                 11:08
    11/ Alienated Industrial Seagulls           (Frith)                  3:53
    12/ Song Of River Nights                    (Frith)                  1:23
    13/ Should Old Arthur                       (Frith)                  1:23
    14/ Dependably Phantoms (for Hans)          (Frith)                  4:45
    15/ Daria's Regard                          (Frith)                  2:10
    16/ Throw The Bolt                          (Frith)                  2:50
    17/ New Shoes (for A.R.)                    (Frith)                  3:13
    18/ Insomnia                                (Frith)                  1:17

    (1-8) recorded in 4 days at Kaleidophon Studios, London in 1974
    (9-10) recorded at Newman's barge (Argonaut Studio) in 1976 and originally
    released as part of GUITAR SOLOS 2 (1976)
    (11-13) recorded at Briollay, France in October 1978 and originally
    released as part of GUITAR SOLOS 3 (1979)
    (14-18) recorded at Noise New York, September 1988 by Kramer (ears: Tom
    Cora)

  Fred Frith: guitars, etc.

    1974 - Caroline (UK), C 1508 (LP)
    1981 - Virgin (Japan), VIP-4097 (LP)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80442 (CD)
    1991 - Rec Rec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 904 (CD)
    2002 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 02 (CD)

  Note: (9-18) do not appear on the LP pressings and on the 2002 CD reissue.
  Note: the 1991 CD edition contains all the Fred Frith's tracks from GUITAR
  SOLOS 2 (1976) and GUITAR SOLOS 3 (1979) and 5 unreleased tracks.

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004 - UNREST: Henry Cow

    1/ Bittern Storm Over Ulm                   (Frith)                  2:44
    2/ Half Asleep; Half Awake                  (Greaves)                7:39
    3/ Ruins                                    (Frith)                 12:00
    4/ Solemn Music                             (Frith)                  1:09
    5/ Linguaphonie                             (Henry Cow)              5:58
    6/ Upon Entering The Hotel Adlon            (Henry Cow)              2:56
    7/ Arcades                                  (Henry Cow)              1:50
    8/ Deluge                                   (Henry Cow)              5:52
    9/ The Glove                                (Henry Cow)              6:35
    10/ Torch Fire                              (Henry Cow)              4:48

    Recorded at The Manor in February-March 1974
    Produced by Henry Cow

  Tim Hodgkinson: alto, clarinet, piano, organ; Fred Frith: guitar, violin,
  xylophone, piano; John Greaves: bass, piano, voice; Chris Cutler: drums;
  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, oboe, recorder, voice.

    1974 - Virgin (UK), V2011 (LP)
    1974 - Virgin (Italy), VIL 12011 (LP)
    1975 - Nippon Columbia (Japan), YX-7034-VR (LP)
    1979 - Red Records (USA), RED 002 (LP)
    ???? - LTM (France), LTM 1009 (LP)
    19?? - Celluloid (France), CEL 2-1009 (LP)
    1981 - Virgin (Japan), VIP 4096 (LP)
    1988 - Broadcast, BC 4 (LP)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80492 (CD)
    1999 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR HC2 (CD)
    1999 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 81412 (CD)
    2002 - ReR (Japan), ReR HC2 (CD)
    2010 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReRFHC2 (LP)
    2011 - ReR Megacorp (UK), COWLPSpecial (3xLP)

  Note: (9,10) are taken from raw material recorded at the UNREST sessions,
  and are only available on the CD pressings (but not on the 1999 reissues).
  Note: the 2002 Japanese edition has a mini LP sleeve.
  Note: the 2011 3xLP set contains LEGEND (1973), UNREST (1974), and IN PRAISE
  OF LEARNING (1975).

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005 - ROCK BOTTOM: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)                  6:31
    2/ A Last Straw                             (Wyatt)                  5:46
    3/ Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                  7:40
    4/ Alifib                                   (Wyatt)                  6:55
    5/ Alife                                    (Wyatt)                  6:31
    6/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road       (Wyatt)                  6:08

    Recorded at The Manor, on Delfina's Farm, Little Bedwyn, and at CBS 
    Studios, London in February and March 1974
    Produced by Nick Mason

  Robert Wyatt: voice, keyboards, James' drum, guitar, Delfina's wineglass;
  Richard Sinclair (1,3,6): bass guitar; Laurie Allan (2,6): drums; Hugh 
  Hopper (2,4,5): bass guitar; Ivor Cutler (3,6): voice, baritone concertina;
  Mongezi Feza (3): trumpet; Alfreda Benge (5): voice; Gary Windo (5): bass 
  clarinet, tenor; Fred Frith (6): viola; Mike Oldfield (6): guitar.

    1974 - Virgin (UK), V 2017 (LP)
    1974 - Virgin (UK), TCV 2017 (CT)
    1974 - Virgin (France), 840043 (LP)
    1974 - Virgin (USA), VR 13-112 (LP)
    1974 - Virgin (Italy), Orlando ORL 8307 (LP)
    1974 - Virgin (Netherlands), 88136 IT (LP)
    1974 - Nippon Columbia (Japan), YQ-7017-VR (LP)
    19?? - Virgin (France), 301645 (2xLP)
    19?? - Virgin (Israel), VGD 3505-1 (LP)
    1979 (?) - Virgin (Japan), VIP-4048 (LP)
    1980 - Virgin (UK), VGD 3505 (2xLP)
    1989 - Virgin (UK), CDV 2017 (CD)
    1989 - Virgin, CAROL 1634-2 (CD)
    1989 - Virgin (Japan), VJD 5022 (CD)
    1994 - Virgin (France), 724383975228 (2xCD)
    1998 - Hannibal (UK), HNCD 1426 (CD) 
    1998 - Thirsty Ear (USA), thi 57045.2 (CD)
    1998 - Video Arts Music (Japan), VACK-1138 (CD)
    2002 - Video Arts Music (Japan), VACK-1225 (CD)
    2002 - Video Arts Music (Japan), ??? (6xCD)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGLP40 (LP)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGCD40 (CD) 
    2009 - Domino Records (UK), DOMRW1CDX (14xCD)
    2010 - Domino (USA), DNO200 (LP+CD)
    2010 - Domino (EEC), DOMDBL06CD (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xLP/2xCD pressings contain also RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD
  (1975).
  Note: the 6xCD box from Video Arts Music (Japan) contains six mini LP cover
  CDs: ROCK BOTTOM, RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD, NOTHING CAN STOP US, OLD
  ROTTEN HAT, DONDESTAN and SHLEEP.
  Note: the 14xCD set is called BOX and contains ROCK BOTTOM (1974), THEATRE 
  ROYAL DRURY LANE 8TH SEPTEMBER 1974 (2005), RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD 
  (1975), NOTHING CAN STOP US (1982), OLD ROTTENHAT (1985), DONDESTAN (1991),
  SHLEEP (1997), CUCKOOLAND (2003), COMICOPERA (2007), EPS (1999).
  Note: the 2xCD 2010 pressing from Domino also contains COMICOPERA (2007).

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006 - I'M A BELIEVER: Robert Wyatt

    1/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)           3:30
    2/ Memories                                 (Hugh Hopper)            3:05

    Recorded at CBS Studio 2, London in August 1974
    Produced by Nick Mason

  Dave McRae (1): piano; Fred Frith: guitar, violin; Richard Sinclair: bass
  guitar; Nick Mason: drums; Robert Wyatt: keyboards, piano, vocals.

    1974 - Virgin (UK), VS 114 (7")
    1974 - Virgin (Germany), 13617 AT (7")
    1974 - Virgin (France), 640040 (7")
    1974 - Virgin (USA), VR 56000 (7")
    1974 - Virgin (Netherlands), 13591 AT (7")
    1974 - RTB/Virgin (Yugoslavia), S 53881 (7")
    1974 (?) - Virgin (Brazil), VRCS 1510 (7")
    1975 - Nippon Columbia (Japan), YK-3-VR (7")
    1975 - Virgin (Spain), 13.617-A (7")

  Note: the American pressing (VR 56000) contains the following songs:

    1/ I'm A Believer (mono)
    2/ I'm A Believer (stereo)

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007 - 3 VIRGINS: various artists

  This promo-7" features Gong (1,2), Robert Wyatt (3,4), David Bedford (5).

    1/ Never Blow Yr Trip Forever                                        1:45
    2/ Isle of Everywhere                                                3:30
    3/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road       (Wyatt)                  2:55
    4/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)                  2:26
    5/ Star's End (Side One)                                             4:27

  Fred Frith (3).

    1974 - Virgin Records (USA), PR-225 (Promo 33 1/3 RPM 7")

  See ROCK BOTTOM (1974) for further references on (3).

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008 - ATLANTIC APRIL LP SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features Charles Mingus (1), The Art Ensemble Of Chicago (2),
  Yusef Lateef (3), The Modern Jazz Quartet (4), Passport (5), Dr John (6),
  Buzy Linhart (7), Roxy Music (8), King Crimson (9), Ace Spectrum (10),
  Billy Cobham (11), Johnny Rivers (12), Marion Williams (13), Kevin Coyne
  (14), Henry Cow (15), Ross (16).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Henry Cow:

    15/ Nirvana For Mice                        (Frith)                  2:30

    1974 - Atlantic (USA), PR 207 (promo LP)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

  See LEGEND (1973) for further references on (15).

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009 - BBC TV'S BEST OF... TOP OF THE POPS VOL. 1: various artists

  This record features Carl Douglas (1), Eric Clapton (2), Paper Lace (3),
  Gary Glitter (4), Bay City Rollers (5), Neil Sedaka (6), Rubettes (7), Sweet
  Sensation (8), Showaddywaddy (9), Robert Wyatt (10), Alvin Stardust (11),
  Barry Blue (12), Medicine Head (13), Terry Jacks (14).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Robert Wyatt:

    10/ I'm A Believer                          (Neil Diamond)

    1974 - Super Beeb Records (UK), BELP 001 (LP)

  See I'M A BELIEVER (1974) for further references on (10).

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010 - DESPERATE STRAIGHTS: Slapp Happy/Henry Cow

    1/ Some Questions About Hats                (Moore, Blegvad)         1:49
    2/ The Owl                                  (Moore)                  2:14
    3/ A Worm Is At Work                        (Moore, Blegvad)         1:52
    4/ Bad Alchemy                              (Greaves, Blegvad)       3:06
    5/ Europa                                   (Moore, Blegvad)         2:48
    6/ Desperate Straights                      (Moore)                  4:14
    7/ Riding Tigers                            (Blegvad)                1:43
    8/ Apes In Capes                            (Moore)                  2:14
    9/ Strayed                                  (Blegvad)                1:53
    10/ Giants                                  (Moore, Blegvad)         1:57
    11/ Excerpt From The Messiah                (Handel, Blegvad)        1:48
    12/ In The Sickbay                          (Dagmar, Blegvad)        2:08
    13/ Caucasian Lullaby                       (Cutler, Moore)          8:20

    Recorded at the Manor and Nova Sound Studios in November 1974
    Produced by Slapp Happy and Henry Cow with the help of Simon Heyworth

  Dagmar: voice, Wurlitzer on (12); Peter Blegvad: guitar, voice; Anthony 
  Moore: piano; John Greaves: bass guitar, piano on (4); Chris Cutler: drums; 
  Tim Hodgkinson: clarinet, piano on (13); Fred Frith: guitar, violin; Geoff
  Leigh: flute; Pierre Moerlen (5): percussion; Muchsin Campbell: French horn;
  Mongezi Feza: trumpet; Nick Evans: trombone; Lindsay Cooper: oboe, bassoon.

    1975 - Virgin (UK), V 2024 (LP)
    1975 - Nippon Columbia (Japan), YX-7036-VR (LP)
    1980 - Virgin/Victor (Japan), VIP-4071 (limited edition LP)
    1982 - Recommended (UK), RRA 12 (LP)
    ???? - Ariola (Germany), 88 837 IT (LP)
    1993 - Virgin (UK), CDOVD 441 (CD)
    2004 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR HCSH1 (CD)
    2004 (?) - ??? (Japan), ??? (CD)

  Note: the 1993 CD release also includes CASABLANCA MOON (1974).

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011 - IN PRAISE OF LEARNING: Henry Cow/Slapp Happy
 
    1/ War                                      (Moore, Blegvad)         2:25
    2/ Living In The Heart Of The Beast         (Hodgkinson)            15:30
    3/ Beginning: The Long March                (Henry Cow, Slapp Happy) 6:26
    4/ Beautiful As The Moon - Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Frith, Cutler)          7:02
    5/ Morning Star                             (Henry Cow, Slapp Happy) 6:05
    6/ Lovers Of Gold                           (HC, SH, Cutler)         6:28

    Recorded at The Manor in February-March 1975
    (1) recorded in November 1974
    Produced by Henry Cow, Slapp Happy and Phil Becque

  Tim Hodgkinson: clarinet, piano, organ; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, xylo-
  phone, piano; John Greaves: bass, piano; Chris Cutler: drums, radio; Dagmar
  Krause: vocals; Peter Blegvad: guitar, vocals, clarinet; Anthony Moore: 
  piano, electronics, tapes; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, oboe; Geoff Leigh (1): 
  soprano; Mongezi Feza (1): trumpet; Phil Becque (4): oscillator.

    1975 - Virgin (UK), V 2027 (LP)
    1975 - Virgin (France), 840083 (LP)
    1975 - Virgin (Italy), VIL 12027 (LP)
    1979 - Red (USA), Red 003 (LP)
    1979 - Virgin (Japan), VIP-4049 (LP)
    ???? - Ariola (Germany), 89 366 XOT (LP)
    ???? - LTM (France), 1010 (LP)
    1986 - Broadcast, BC 3 (LP)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80502 (CD)
    2000 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR HC3 (CD)
    2000 - ESD (USA), ESD 81522 (CD)
    2000 - ArsNova Records (Russia), ??? (CD)
    2002 - ReR (Japan), ReR HC3 (CD)
    2011 - ReR Megacorp (UK), cowPraiseLP (LP)
    2011 - ReR Megacorp (UK), COWLPSpecial (3xLP)

  Note: (6) is an alternative use of the material used in (3) and is only
  available on the 1991 CD pressings.
  Note: both 2000 reissues (ReR Megacorp and ESD) restore the original mixing.
  Note: the ArsNova edition is a bootleg.
  Note: the 2002 Japanese edition has a mini LP sleeve.
  Note: the 2011 3xLP set contains LEGEND (1973), UNREST (1974), and IN PRAISE
  OF LEARNING (1975).

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012 - RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD: Robert Wyatt

  Side RUTH
    1/ Soup Song                                (B. Hopper, Wyatt)       4:03
    2/ Sonia                                    (Feza)                   4:18
    3/ Team Spirit                              (MacCormick, Wyatt, 
                                                Manzanera)               8:33
    4/ Song For Che                             (Charlie Haden)          3:43
  Side RICHARD
    5/ Muddy Mouse (a)                          (Frith, Wyatt)           0:48
    6/ Solar Flares                             (Wyatt)                  5:36
    7/ Muddy Mouse (b)                          (Frith, Wyatt)           0:50
    8/ 5 Black Notes And 1 White Note           (Offenbach, Wyatt)       5:00
    9/                                                                   6:15
      9a/ Muddy Mouse (c)                       (Frith, Wyatt) 
      9b/ Muddy Mouth                           (Frith, Wyatt) 

    (1,3,4,6,8) recorded at The Manor, Kidlington in March 1975
    (2) recorded at CBS Studios in October 1974
    (5,7,9) recorded at CBS Studios in March 1975 
    (2) produced by Nick Mason

  Robert Wyatt: mouth, piano, drums, keyboards, imitation electric piano; 
  Laurie Allan (1,3,4,8): drums; Nisar Ahmad 'George' Khan (1,3,4,8): baritone
  saxophone, tenor, soprano; Bill MacCormick (1,3,4,6,8): bass guitar; Gary 
  Windo (1-4,6,8): tenor, alto, bass clarinet; Mongezi Feza (2): trumpet; John
  Greaves (2): bass guitar; Brian Eno (3,8): direct inject anti-jazz raygun, 
  guitar, synthesizer ; Fred Frith (5,7,9): piano.

    1975 - Virgin (UK), V 2034 (LP)
    1975 - Virgin (UK), TCV 2034 (CT)
    1975 - Virgin (Germany), 89 061 XOT (LP)
    1975 - Virgin (UK), VGD 3505 (2xLP)
    1975 - Virgin (France), 840079 (LP)
    1975 - Nippon Columbia (Japan), YX-7050-VR (LP)
    1975 - Virgin (Italy), Orlando ORL 8549 (LP)
    1980 - Virgin (UK), VGD 3505 (2xLP)
    19?? - Virgin (France), 301645 (2xLP)
    1981 - Virgin (Japan), VIP-4100 (LP)
    1989 - Virgin (UK), CDV 2034 (CD)
    1989 - Virgin (Japan), VJD 5023 (CD)
    1994 - Virgin (France), 724383975228 (2xCD)
    1998 (1997?) - Caroline Records (UK), 1635 (CD)
    1998 - Hannibal (UK), HNCD 1427 (CD) 
    1998 - Thirsty Ear (USA), thi 57044.2 (CD)
    1998 - Video Arts Music (Japan), VACK-1139 (CD)
    2002 - Video Arts Music (Japan), VACK-1226 (CD)
    2002 - Video Arts Music (Japan), ??? (6xCD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGCD41 (CD) 
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGLP41 (LP)
    2009 - Domino Records (UK), DOMRW1CDX (14xCD)
    2010 - Domino (USA), DNO201 (LP+CD)

  Note: the 2xLP/2xCD pressings contain also ROCK BOTTOM (1974).
  Note: the Hannibal and Thirsty Ear CD reissues have the tracks in a diffe-
  rent order.
  Note: the 6xCD box from Video Arts Music (Japan) contains six mini LP cover
  CDs: ROCK BOTTOM, RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD, NOTHING CAN STOP US, OLD
  ROTTEN HAT, DONDESTAN and SHLEEP.
  Note: the 14xCD set is called BOX and contains ROCK BOTTOM (1974), THEATRE 
  ROYAL DRURY LANE 8TH SEPTEMBER 1974 (2005), RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD 
  (1975), NOTHING CAN STOP US (1982), OLD ROTTENHAT (1985), DONDESTAN (1991),
  SHLEEP (1997), CUCKOOLAND (2003), COMICOPERA (2007), EPS (1999).

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013 - FINE OLD TOM: Tom Newman

    1/ Sad Sing                                 (Newman)                 2:24
    2/ Nursery Rhyme                            (Newman)                 2:43
    3/ Song For S.P.                            (Newman)                 4:12
    4/ Superman                                 (Ned Callan)             3:32
    5/ Alison Says                              (Newman)                 2:35
    6/ Day Of The Percherons                    (Newman)                 3:35
    7/ Suzie                                    (Newman)                 3:35
    8/ Poor Bill                                (Newman)                 3:26
    9/ Will You Be Mine In The Morning?         (John Ayton)             2:57
    10/ Ma Song                                 (Newman)                 2:07
    11/ Penny's Whistle Boogie                  (Newman)                 3:41
    12/ She Said She Said                       (Lennon, McCartney)      2:30
  Extra tracks:
    13/ Ma Song (Demo)                          (Newman)                 2:30
    14/ Superman (Demo)                         (Ned Callan)             3:34
    15/ Oh Suzie (Demo)                         (Newman)                 3:41
    16/ Poor Bill (Demo)                        (Newman)                 3:43
    17/ She Said She Said (Demo)                (Lennon, McCartney)      2:21
    18/ Sweet 16                                (Newman)                 2:28
    19/ Ham 'n Eggs                             (Newman)                 3:26
    20/ Day Of The Percherons (Demo)            (Newman)                 2:29
    21/ Sad Sing (Demo)                         (Newman)                 2:12
    22/ Have Mercy On My Eyes                   (Newman)                 4:21

    (1) recorded mainly during Spring 1972
    (3) recorded at Little Bedwyne in September 1974
    (4) recorded in August 1974
    (5,6) recorded at The Manor in October 1974
    (8) recorded at The Manor during Spring 1972
    (9,11) recorded at The Manor in September 1974
    (10) recorded during Spring 1972 and August 1974
    (12) recorded on Manor Lawn in July 1974
    Produced by Jon Field

  Tom Newman: vocals, guitars, mandolins, bass drum, organ, vox, etc; Jon 
  Field (1-4,6,8,9,11): flagolets, flutes, percussion, piano, choir; Mike 
  Oldfield (1,7,10,18,19(?),20,22): guitars; Chris Cutler (2,6,7): drums; Fred
  Frith (2-4,6,7): guitar, bass, bass drum; David Duhig (2,8): guitar; Hugh 
  Flint (4,8,10,22): drums; John Vasnom (4,8): pizzicato guitar; Neil Innes 
  (4,13,14,22): organ, slide guitar; Mike Storey (4,8,14): piano; Lol Coxhill
  (4): soprano; Ned Callan (4,8): bass; Suzy Shute (5): choirboy; Mick Taylor
  (6): choir; John Ayton (6,18): choir, voice; Peter Brook (10,22): harmonica;
  Ted Mac Bowell (10): slide guitars; Tony Dukig (16): guitar.

    1975 - Virgin (UK), V2022 (LP)
    1975 (?) - Virgin/Ariola (?) (Germany), 88 581 IT (LP)
    1975 (?) - Antilles Records (USA), AN 7042 (LP)
    1975 (?) - Victor (?) (Japan), VIP-4070 (LP)
    1995 - Voiceprint (UK), VP 166 CD (CD)
    ???? - Blueprint (UK), BP 166 CD (CD)
    1998 - Voiceprint Japan (Japan), VPJ 234 (CD)
    200? - Arcangelo (Japan), ARC-7148 (CD)

  Note: (13-22) are not available on the LP pressing.
  Note: (4) and (9) are interverted on the CD pressing (also on the LP?).
  Note: the list of players on the record is a total mess (full of errors and
  really confusing); not clear if it is intentional or just sloppy editing...
  
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014 - V: various artists

  This record features Robert Wyatt (1), Mike Oldfield (2), Ivor Cutler (3),
  Tangerine Dream (4), Kevin Coyne (5,6), Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band
  (7,8), Slapp Happy (9), Henry Cow (10), Tom Newman (11,12), Chili Charles
  (13), Jabula (14), Clearlight Symphony (15), Hatfield and the North (16),
  White Noise (17), Steve Hillage (18).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with Henry Cow:

    10/ A Worm Is At Work                       (Moore, Blegvad)         1:48

  and one with Tom Newman:

    12/ Super Man                               (Ned Callan)             3:30

  Tom Newman: voice; Hughie Flint: drums; Mickey Storey: piano; Neil Innes:
  slide guitar; Lol Coxhill: saxophone; Fred Frith: electric guitar; Jon
  Field: old fashioned saxophone; John Varnom: bass guitar.

    1975 - Virgin (UK), VD 2502 (2xLP)
    1975 - Virgin (UK), TCVD2502 (CT)
    1975 - Virgin (France), 940 801/02 (2xLP)
    1975 - Virgin (Germany), 88 586 XT (88588 xbt) (2xLP)
    1975 - Virgin (?), 88586 xhe (2xLP)
    1975 - Virgin (Spain), 88588 XH (2xLP)
    1975 - Virgin (Italy), ORL 8309-8310 (2xLP)
    1975 - Virgin (Italy?), AVIL 2502 (2xLP)
    1975 - RTB/Virgin (Yugoslavia), ??? (2xLP)

  Note: the Spanish pressing is sub-titled LAS COSAS DEL "VIRGIN SOUND".

  See DESPERATE STRAIGHTS (1975) for further references on (10), and FINE OLD
  TOM (1975) for (12).

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015 - VELVET DONKEY: Ivor Cutler

    1/ If Your Breasts                          (Cutler)                 0:08
    2/ I Got No Common Sense                    (Cutler, arr. Frith)     0:34
    3/ Useful Cat                               (Phyllis April King)     0:25
    4/ Oho My Eyes                              (Cutler)                 1:29
    5/ The Dirty Dinner                         (Cutler)                 3:34
    6/ Yellow Fly                               (Cutler, arr. Frith)     1:36
    7/ Mother's Love                            (Phyllis April King)     0:25
    8/ The Meadows Go                           (Cutler)                 1:11
    9/ Phonic Poem                              (Cutler)                 0:47
    10/ Life In A Scotch Sittingroom, Vol 2, EP.2
                                                (Cutler)                 3:40
    11/ Birdswing                               (Cutler)                 0:49
    12/ Nobody Knows                            (Cutler, arr. Frith)     1:53
    13/ Uneventful Day                          (Phyllis April King)     0:30
    14/ Little Black Buzzer                     (Cutler)                 1:52
    15/ Bread And Butter                        (Cutler)                 0:41
    16/ A Nuance                                (Cutler)                 0:41
    17/ Go And Sit Upon The Grass               (Cutler)                 2:07
    18/ The Even Keel                           (Cutler)                 0:37
    19/ Pearly Gleam                            (Cutler)                 1:52
    20/ The Best Thing                          (Phyllis April King)     0:21
    21/ Life In A Scotch Sittingroom, Vol 2, EP.7
                                                (Cutler)                 3:33
    22/ Once Upon A Time                        (Cutler)                 0:49
    23/ There's Got To Be Something             (Cutler)                 2:01
    24/ The Purposeful Culinary Implements      (Cutler)                 1:09
    25/ Gee Amn't I Lucky                       (Cutler, arr. Frith)     1:34
    26/ The Curse                               (Cutler)                 2:06
    27/ I Think Very Deeply                     (Cutler)                 0:53
    28/ I, Slowly                               (Phyllis April King)     0:23
    29/ Sleepy Old Snake                        (Cutler, arr. Frith)     2:33
    30/ Titchy Digits                           (Cutler)                 0:31
    31/ The Stranger                            (Phyllis April King)     6:50

    Recorded at Kaleidophon Studio in November 1974 (?)

  Ivor Cutler (1,2,4-6,8-12,14-19,21-27,29-31): voice, piano, harmonium; Fred
  Frith (2,6,12,25,29): viola; Phyllis April King (3,7,13,15,20,28,31): voice.

    1975 - Virgin (UK), V 2037 (LP)
    1985 - Virgin (UK), OVED 34 (LP)
    1985 - Virgin (UK), OVEDC 34 (CT)
    1991 - Virgin (UK), CDV 2037 (CD)
    2004 - Virgin (Belgium?), CDV 2037 (CD)

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016 - VIRGIN SOUND: various artists

  This record features Mike Oldfield (1,10,11), Robert Wyatt (2), Tangerine
  Dream (3), Gong (4), Henry Cow (5), Faust (6), Hatfield & The North (7),
  Comus (8), Edgar Froese (9).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with Robert Wyatt:

    2/ I'm A Believer

  and one with Henry Cow:

    5/ Teenbeat Reprise

    1975 - Virgin (Japan), Y-96 (promo LP)

  See I'M A BELIEVER (1974) for further references on (2) and LEGEND (1973)
  for (5).

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017 - YESTERDAY MAN: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Yesterday Man                            (Chis Andrews)
    2/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)

    (1) recorded at CBS Studios in October 1974
    (2) recorded at CBS Studio 2 in August 1974
    (2) produced by Nick Mason

  Robert Wyatt: voice, piano, keyboards, drums; Gary Windo (1): tenor, bass
  clarinet; Mongezi Feza (1): trumpet; John Greaves (1): bass guitar; Dave
  MacRae (2): piano; Fred Frith (2): guitar, violin; Richard Sinclair (2):
  bass guitar; Nick Mason (2): drums.

    1975 (?) - Virgin (France), 640 059 (7")

  Note: the other editions of this single have a different B-side without
  Fred Frith.

  See I'M A BELIEVER (1974) for further references on (2).

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018 - VOICES AND INSTRUMENTS: Jan Steele/John Cage

  Side 1: Jan Steele
    1/ All Day                                  (Steele, James Joyce)
    2/ Distant Saxophones                       (Steele)
    3/ Rhapsody Spaniel                         (Steele)
  Side 2: John Cage
    4/ Experiences No. 1                        (Cage)
    5/ Experiences No. 2                        (Cage, E.E. Cummings)
    6/ The Wonderful Widow Of Eighteen Springs  (Cage, James Joyce)
    7/ Forever And Sunsmell                     (Cage, E.E. Cummings)
    8/ In A Landscape                           (Cage)

    Recorded at Basing Street Studios, London
    Produced by Brian Eno

  Janet Sherbourne (1,3): voice, piano; Stuart Jones (1): solo guitar; Fred
  Frith (1): guitar; Kevin Edwards (1): vibes; Steve Beresford (1,2): bass
  guitar; Phil Buckle (1): percussion. Jan Steele (2,3): flute, piano; Utako
  Ikeda (2): flute; Dominic Muldowney (2): viola; Martin Mayes (2): piano;
  Arthur Rutherford (2): percussion; Richard Bernas (4,6-8): pianos, percus-
  sion; Robert Wyatt (5,6): voice; Carla Bley (7): voice.

    1976 - Obscure (UK), OBS 5 (LP)
    1977 - Antilles (USA), AN 7031 (LP)
    19?? - EG Records (UK), EGED 25 (LP)
    20?? - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: warning, the Movie Gold CD-R is not a legit reissue!!!

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019 - GUITAR SOLOS 2: various artists

  This record features solos by Fred Frith (1-2), G.F. Fitzgerald (3), Hans 
  Reichel (4-6), Derek Bailey (7-9).

    1/ Water/Struggle/The North                 (Frith)                 11:05
    2/ Only Reflect                             (Frith)                  4:00
    3/ Brixton Winter 1976                      (Fitzgerald)             9:40
    4/ Avantlore                                (Reichel)                3:05
    5/ Vain Yookts                              (Reichel)                3:00
    6/ Donnerkuhle                              (Reichel)                5:05
    7/ Virginal                                 (Bailey)                 6:20
    8/ Praxis                                   (Bailey)                 4:00
    9/ The Lost Chord                           (Bailey)                 1:50

    (1,2) recorded at Argonaut Studio, in December 1975 or January 1976
    Recorded in December 1975 or January 1976

  Fred Frith (1,2): guitars; G.F. Fitzgerald (3): guitar; Hans Reichel (4-6):
  home-made guitar; Derek Bailey (7-9): guitar.

    1976 - Caroline Records (UK), C 1518 (LP)
    1976 - Caroline (Italy), ORL 8226 (LP)
    1979 (?) - Virgin (Japan), VIP-4056 (LP)

  Note: both tracks by Fred Frith (1,2) have been reissued on the 1991 CD         
  pressings of GUITAR SOLOS.

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020 - CONCERTS: Henry Cow

    1/ Beautiful As The Moon - Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Frith, Cutler)
    2/ Nirvana For Mice                         (Frith)
    3/ Ottawa Song                              (Frith, Cutler)
    4/ Gloria Gloom                             (Wyatt, McCormick)
    5/ Beautiful As The Moon (reprise)          (Frith, Cutler)
    6/ Bad Alchemy                              (Greaves, Blegvad)
    7/ Little Red Riding Hood Hits The Road     (Wyatt)
    8/ Ruins                                    (Frith)
    9/ Oslo                                     (Henry Cow)
    10/ Groningen                               (Hodgkinson, Henry Cow)
    11/ Udine                                   (Henry Cow)
    12/ Groningen Again                         (Henry Cow)

    (1-5) recorded at BBC Studios (Peel Session) on August 5, 1975
    (6-7) recorded on May 21, 1975 at the New London Theatre
    (8) recorded on October 13, 1975 in Udine (Italy)
    (9) recorded on July 25, 1975 at the Hovikodden Arts Centre, Oslo
    (10,12) recorded on September 26, 1974 at Vera, Groningen (Holland) 
    (11) recorded on October 13, 1975 at the Palamostre Auditorium, Udine

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, flute, oboe, recorder, piano; Chris Cutler: drums,
  piano; Dagmar Krause: voice, piano; Fred Frith: guitar, piano, violin, xylo-
  phone; John Greaves: bass, voice, celeste, piano; Tim  Hodgkinson: organ, 
  clarinet, alto; Robert Wyatt (6-7): vocals.

    1976 - Compendium (Norway), Fidardo 1 (2xLP)
    1976 - Caroline (UK), CAD 3002 (2xLP)
    ???? - Ariola (Germany), 800-345-346 (2xLP)
    1977 - L'Orchestra (Italy), OLD 01/02 (2xLP)
    1977 - LTM (France), LM 1011-12 (2xLP)
    1984 - Broadcast Records, BC 2 (2xLP)
    1995 - East Side Digital (USA), 80822/832 (2xCD)
    2006 - ReR Megacorp (UK), HC5 & 6 (2xCD)

  Note: the 1995 2xCD reissue has a few extra tracks and its exact content is:

  Disc 1:
    1/ Beautiful As The Moon - Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Frith, Cutler)         22:46
       Nirvana For Mice                         (Frith)
       Ottawa Song                              (Frith, Cutler)
       Gloria Gloom                             (Wyatt, McCormick)
       Moon (reprise)                           (Frith, Cutler)
    2/ Bad Alchemy                              (Greaves, Blegvad)       8:16
       Little Red Riding Hood Hits The Road     (Wyatt)
    3/ Ruins                                    (Frith)                 16:14
    4/ Groningen                                (Hodgkinson, Henry Cow)  8:49
    5/ Groningen Again                          (Henry Cow)              7:12
  Disc 2:
    6/ Oslo                                     (Henry Cow)             25:59
    7/ Off The Map                              (Hodgkinson, Cutler, Frith)
                                                                         8:30
    8/ Cafe Royal                               (Frith)                  3:22
    9/ Keeping Warm In Winter                   (Frith, Greaves)         1:00
       Sweat Heart of Mine                      (Henry Cow)              9:06
    10/ Udine                                   (Henry Cow)              9:29

    (1) recorded at BBC Studios (Peel Session) on August 5, 1975
    (2) recorded at the New London Theatre on May 21, 1975
    (3,10) recorded at the Palamostre Auditorium, Udine on October 13, 1975
    (4,5) recorded at Vera, Groningen (Holland) on September 26, 1974
    (6) recorded at the Hovikodden Arts Centre, Oslo on July 25, 1975
    (7-9) recorded at the Manor Studio on November 4, 1973

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, flute, oboe, recorder, piano; Chris Cutler: drums,
  piano; Dagmar Krause: voice, piano; Fred Frith: guitar, piano, violin, xylo-
  phone; John Greaves: bass, voice, celeste, piano; Tim Hodgkinson: organ,
  clarinet, alto, piano; Robert Wyatt (2): vocals; Geoff Leigh (7,9): tenor,
  soprano, recorder, flute, clarinet.

  Note: (7-9) were previously released on GREASY TRUCKERS (1973).

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021 - KITES: Jade Warrior

    1/ Songs Of The Forest                      (T. Duhig, J. Field)     3:30
    2/ Wind Song                                (T. Duhig, J. Field)     3:25
    3/ The Emperor Kite                         (T. Duhig, J. Field)     2:21
    4/ Wind Borne                               (T. Duhig, J. Field)     7:32
    5/ Kite Song                                (T. Duhig, J. Field)     2:20
  Side 2: Teh Ch'Eng
    6/ Land Of The Warrior                      (T. Duhig, J. Field)     3:29
    7/ Quietly By The River Bank                (T. Duhig, J. Field)     4:35
    8/ Arrival Of The Emperor: "What Does The
       Venerable Sir Do?"                       (T. Duhig, J. Field)     2:27
    9/ Teh Ch'Eng: "Do You Understand This?"    (T. Duhig, J. Field)     1:08
    10/ Arrival Of Chia Shan: Discourse And
        Liberation                              (T. Duhig, J. Field)     0:53
    11/ Towards The Mountains                   (T. Duhig, J. Field)     2:04
    12/ The Last Question                       (T. Duhig, J. Field)     2:37

    Recorded at Argonaut Studios, London and Island Studios, Hammersmith
    Produced by Tony Duhig and Jon Field

  Pete Gibson (1,4): brass; Clodagh Simmon (1,2): girl's Choir; Debie Hall (2,
  3): violins; Willie (1): snare, bass drum; Graham Morgan (3,7): drums, 
  snare; Roger Bryson (3,7): piano; Coleridge Goode (4): bass; Jeff Westley 
  (4): electric piano; The String Quartet (3,7); Fred Frith (9): violins; Joe 
  O'Donnell (10): violins; Tony Duhig: all other intruments; Jon Field: all 
  other intruments.

    1976 - Island Records (US/UK), ILPS 9393 (LP)
    1976 - Antilles (?), AN-7056 (LP)
    1995 - Island Records (USA), 314-524139-2 (2xCD)
    2001 - Island Records (UK), ??? (2xCD)
    2006 - Eclectic Discs (?), ECLCD 1043 (CD)
    2010 - Esoteric Records (UK), eclec2199 (CD)

  Note: the 2xCD sets are called ELEMENTS and contain all the tracks from the
  LP.

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022 - BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE: Brian Eno

    1/ No One Receiving                         (Eno)                    3:51
    2/ Backwater                                (Eno)                    3:43
    3/ Kurt's Rejoinder                         (Eno)                    2:53
    4/ Energy Fools The Musician                (Eno, arr. Jones, Eno)   2:03
    5/ King's Lead Hat                          (Eno)                    3:53
    6/ Here He Comes                            (Eno)                    5:40
    7/ Julie With...                            (Eno)                    6:20
    8/ By This River                            (Eno, Roedelius, Moebius)3:03
    9/ Through Hollow Lands (for Harold Budd)   (Eno, arr. Frith, Eno)   3:54
    10/ Spider And I                            (Eno)                    4:08

    Recorded at Basing Street Studios, London and Conny's (Plant) Studios
    outside Cologne, Germany
    Produced by Brian Eno and Rhett Davies

  Paul Rudolph (1,2,5-7): bass, rhythm guitar; Phil Collins (1,4): drums;
  Percy Jones (1,3,4): fretless bass, analogue delay bass; Rhett Davies (1):
  agong-gong, stick; Brian Eno: voices, synthesizer, guitars, synthesized per-
  cussion, piano, brass, keyboards, vibes, metallics, Yamaha CS80, moog, AKS,
  bell; Jaki Liebezeit (2): drums; Dave Mattacks (3,6): drums; Shirley
  Williams (aka Robert Wyatt) (3,9): brush timbales, time; Kurt Schwitters
  (3): voice (from the Ur Sonata); Fred Frith (4,9): modified guitar, cascade
  guitars; Andy Fraser (5): drums; Phil Manzanera (5,6): guitars; Robert Fripp
  (5): guitar solo; Achim Roedelius (8): grand piano, electric piano; Mobi
  Moebius (8): bass Fender piano; Bill MacCormick (9): bass; Brian Turrington
  (10): bass.

    1977 - Polydor Deluxe (UK), 2302.071 (LP)
    1977 - Polydor (UK), 3100 386 (CT)
    1977 (?) - Island (USA), ILPS 9478 (LP)
    ???? - Polydor (Germany), 2344 087 (LP)
    19?? - Virgin (Brazil), ??? (LP)
    1977 - E.G. Records (USA), ENO 4 (LP)
    1977 - Polydor (France), 2310547 (LP)
    1977 - Polydor EG (Japan), MPF 1131 (LP)
    19?? - Polydor (UK), 2683 082 (2xLP)
    1983 - Polydor EG (UK), EG BS 2 (10xLP + EP box)
    1983 - Polydor (USA), EG ENOX 1 (10xLP + EP box)
    1987 - E.G. Records (UK), EGCD 32 (CD)
    1989 - EG (UK), EGBC 7 (4xCD)
    1994 - Virgin (France), TPAK 36 8306852 (3xCD)
    2004 - Virgin (UK), ENOCD 4 (CD)
    2004 - Astralwerks (USA), ASW 77292CD (CD)
    2004 (?) - Virgin/Toshiba (Japan), VJCP-68659 (CD)
    2008 - Toshiba/EMI (Japan), VJCP 68659 (CD)

  Note: the 10xLP+EP box editions are called WORKING BACKWARDS 1983-1973 and
  contain APOLLO (1983), ON LAND (1982), MUSIC FOR AIRPORTS (1978), MUSIC FOR
  FILMS (1978), BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE (1977), DISCREET MUSIC (1975),
  ANOTHER GREEN WORLD (1975), TAKING TIGER MOUNTAIN (1974), HERE COME THE WARM
  JETS (1973), MUSIC FOR FILMS VOLUME II (1983), and the 12" EP RARITIES
  (1983).
  Note: the 4xCD edition is called THE EARLY YEARS and contains ANOTHER GREEN
  WORLD (1975), BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE (1977), APOLLO (1983), and 20TH 
  ANNIVERSARY OF EG (various artists).
  Note: the 2xLP edition also contains HERE COME THE WARM JETS.
  Note: the 3xCD edition contains HERE COME THE WARM JETS (1973), ANOTHER
  GREEN WORLD (1975) and BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE (1977).

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023 - RANDOM RADAR RECORDS (A RANDOM SAMPLER): various artists

  This record features Logproof (1), Lol Coxhill (2), Steve Feigenbaum (3,6),
  Catch-A-Buzz Studios (4), Mars Everywhere (5), Fred Frith (7-10), Illegal
  Aliens (11), The Muffins (12).

  Fred Frith plays solo on four tracks:

    7/ Lively Hills                             (Frith)
    8/ Ragged Rag                               (Frith)
    9/ Sorrow Music                             (Frith)
    10/ Sell-Out Music                          (Frith)

    Recorded at Argonaut Studios, London on December 12, 1975

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    1977 - Random Radar Records (USA), RRR 666 (LP)

  Note: the label on the record has "Ragged Rags" and "Lively Hills" inter-
  verted.

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024 - IN CONCERTO: Henry Cow

    1/ Beautiful As The Moon, Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Cutler, Frith)
    2/ Udine                                    (Henry Cow)

    (1) recorded at BBC Studios (Peel Session) on August 5, 1975
    (2) recorded at the Palamostre Auditorium, Udine (Italy) on October 13,
    1975

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon; Chris Cutler: drums; Dagmar Krause: voice, piano;
  Fred Frith: guitar, piano, violin, xylophone; John Greaves: bass; Tim
  Hodgkinson: organ, alto.

    1977 - Gong (Italy), SUPPLEM. AL No. 4 Anno 4 (33RPM 7")

  Note: this record was given away with the issue 4 Anno 4 of the Gong maga-
  zine.

  See CONCERTS (1976) for further references.

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025 - MACHINE MUSIC: John White, Gavin Bryars

    1/ Autumn Countdown Machine                 (White)
    2/ Son Of Gothic Chord                      (White)
    3/ Jew's Harp Machine                       (White)
    4/ Drinking And Hooting Machine             (White)
    5/ The Squirrel And The Ricketty Racketty Bridge    	
						(Bryars)

    Recorded at Basing Street Studios, London
    Produced by Brian Eno

  John White (1-4): tuba, metronome, percussion, piano, jew's harp, bottle; 
  Christopher Hobbs (1-4): bassoon, percussion, piano, jew's harp, bottle; 
  Sandra Hill (1): double bass; Gavin Bryars (1,3-5): double bass, metronome,
  jew's harp, bottle, concert guitars; Michael Nyman (3): jew's harp; Susan 
  Dorey (4): bottle; Brian Eno (4,5): bottle, electric guitars; Derek Bailey
  (5): steel stringed acoustic guitars; Fred Frith (5): double-headed electric
  guitars. 

    1978 - Obscure, OBS 8 SPECIAL (LP)
    19?? - EG Records (UK), EGED 28 (LP)
    20?? - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: warning, the Movie Gold CD-R is not a legit reissue!!!

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026 - MUSIC FOR FILMS: Brian Eno

    1/ Aragon                                   (Eno)                    1:36
    2/ From The Same Hill                       (Eno)                    2:57
    3/ Inland Sea                               (Eno)                    1:24
    4/ Two Rapid Formations                     (Eno)                    3:22
    5/ Slow Water                               (Eno)                    3:15
    6/ Sparrowfall (1)                          (Eno)                    1:10
    7/ Sparrowfall (2)                          (Eno)                    1:43
    8/ Sparrowfall (3)                          (Eno)                    1:22
    9/ Alternative 3                            (Eno)                    3:11
    10/ Quartz                                  (Eno)                    2:01
    11/ Events In Dense Fog                     (Eno)                    3:42
    12/ 'There Is Nobody'                       (Eno)                    1:43
    13/ Patrolling Wire Borders                 (Eno, arr. Jones, Eno)   1:41
    14/ A Measured Room                         (Eno)                    1:03
    15/ Task Force                              (Eno)                    1:21
    16/ M 386                                   (Eno)                    2:50
    17/ Strange Light                           (Eno, arr. Frith, Eno)   2:08
    18/ Final Sunset                            (Eno)                    4:10

    Recorded between 1976 & 1978
    Produced by Brian Eno

  Brian Eno: all instruments; Percy Jones (1,14,16): bass guitar; Phil Collins
  (1,13,16): percussion; Paul Rudolph (1,13,16): guitar; Bill MacCormick (4):
  bass guitar; Dave Mattacks (4): percussion; Fred Frith (4,17): electric
  guitar; Robert Fripp (5): electric guitar; John Cale (13): viola; Rod Melvin
  (13): electric piano; Rhett Davies (17): trumpet.

    1978 - E.G. Records (UK), Polydor Super 2310 623 (LP)
    1978 - Antilles (USA), AN 7070 (LP)
    1978 - E.G. Records (UK), EGED 5 (LP)
    1978 - E.G. Records (UK), EGEDC 5 (CT)
    1978 - Polydor (France), 2310 623 (LP)
    1978 - Polydor EG (Japan), MPF 1203 (LP)
    1978 (?) - Polydor (Australia), 2310 623 (LP)
    ???? - Polydor (Germany), 2344 123 (LP)
    1983 - Polydor EG (UK), EG BS 2 (10xLP + EP box)
    1983 - Polydor (USA), EG ENOX 1 (10xLP + EP box)
    1987 - E.G. Records (UK), EEGCD 5 (CD)
    1989 (?) - EG Records (USA?), EGS-105 (LP)
    1989 (?) - EG Records (USA?), EGSC-105 (CT)
    2001 - Virgin (UK), ??? (CD)
    2002 (?) - Ars Nova (Russia), ??? (CD)
    2005 - Astralwerks (USA), 63646 (CD)
    2008 - Toshiba/EMI (Japan), VJCP 68744 (CD)

  Note: the 10xLP+EP box editions are called WORKING BACKWARDS 1983-1973 and
  contain APOLLO (1983), ON LAND (1982), MUSIC FOR AIRPORTS (1978), MUSIC FOR
  FILMS (1978), BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE (1977), DISCREET MUSIC (1975),
  ANOTHER GREEN WORLD (1975), TAKING TIGER MOUNTAIN (1974), HERE COME THE WARM
  JETS (1973), MUSIC FOR FILMS VOLUME II (1983), and the 12" EP RARITIES
  (1983).
  Note: the order of the tracks is different on the CD pressing.
  Note: there is another pressing (DJ-only) with different tracks:

    1976 - Polydor E.G (UK), EGM1 (LP)

  but since the tracks (4,17) are not listed on it, it is likely that Fred
  Frith does not appear on that pressing at all.
  Note: the 2002 (?) Russian edition is limited to 500 copies.

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027 - HOPES AND FEARS: Art Bears

  Side 1: AHA
    1/ On Suicide                               (Brecht, Eisler)         1:26
    2/ The Dividing Line                        (Cutler, Frith, Cooper)  4:11
    3/ Joan                                     (Cutler, Frith)          3:05
    4/ Maze                                     (Cutler, Frith)          5:05
    5/ In Two Minds                             (Cutler, Frith)          8:45
  Side 2: MER
    6/ Terrain                                  (Frith)                  3:49
    7/ The Tube                                 (Cutler, Frith)          3:05
    8/ The Dance                                (Cutler, Frith)          5:09
    9/ The Pirate Song                          (Cutler, Hodgkinson)     1:28
    10/ Labyrinth                               (Cutler, Hodgkinson)     2:15
    11/ Riddle                                  (Cutler, Frith)          2:49
    12/ Moeris Dancing                          (Frith)                  5:08
    13/ Piers                                   (Cutler, Frith)          2:10
    14/ Collapse                                (Cutler, Frith)          4:48
    15/ All Hail!                               (Cutler, Frith)          4:03
    16/ Coda To Man and Boy                     (Cutler, Frith)          7:12

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) on January 15-29,
    1978
    (6,7,9,13) recorded at Kaleidophon, London on March 15-18, 1978
    (14-15) recorded at Kaleidophon in the Winter 1980
    (16) recorded live at Cantu, Italy on May 30, 1979
    Produced by Art Bears with Etienne Conod on (1-5,8,10-12)

  Chris Cutler: drums, percussion, noise; Fred Frith: guitars, violin, viola,
  harmonium, xylophone, piano, bass; Dagmar Krause: vocals; Lindsay Cooper:
  bassoon, oboe, soprano, recorder; Tim Hodgkinson: organ, clarinet, piano;
  Georgie Born: bass, cello, vocals; Peter Blegvad (16): bass guitar; Marc
  Hollander (16): piano.

    1978 - Random Radar Records (USA), RRR 004 (LP)
    1978 - Ré Records (UK), Ré 2188 (LP)
    1980 - L'Orchestra (Italy), OLPS 55003 (LP)
    1982 - Ré Records (UK), Ré 2188 (LP)
    1992 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR abCD2 (CD)
    2004 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ab1 (CD)
    2010 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR Vab1 (LP)

  Note: the 1982 Ré Records pressing is a reissue of the 1978 one with a
  different sleeve.
  Note: (14-16) are only available on the 1992 CD pressing; they were previou-
  sly released on:

  (14) from RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER (1982)
  (15) b-side of Ralph Records single RATS AND MONKEYS (1979)
  (16) 7" single given free to subscribers of THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY (1981)

  Note: (14) and (15) are inverted in the liner notes.

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028 - STRINGS & SPRINGS: Fred Frith, Hugh Davies

    1/ 19.3.77 Parts 1 - 5                      (Fred Frith)            29:55
    2/ Solo Improvisation No.2 Incorporating Music For A Single Spring
                                                (Hugh Davies)           25:55

    Recorded at Action Space on March 19, 1977

  Fred Frith (1): guitar, etc; Hugh Davies: built instruments.

    1978 - Blank Tapes (UK), No. 8 (CT)

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029 - MAXIMUM PENALTY: Red Balune

    1/ Maximum Penalty                          (Williams)               6:00
    2/                                                                   9:00
      2a/ Animus                                (Williams)
      2b/ Trees & Tanks                         (Musgrove, Leigh)
      2c/ Rubber Raisin                         (SunRa, Leigh, Red Balune)

    Recorded in Kirchberg, Switzerland

  Cathy Williams: piano, clavinet, organ, vocals; Geoff Leigh (2): sax, flute,
  tubes; Colin McClure: bass, cello, clank-guitar; Robin Musgrove: traps, bon-
  gos, bells; Fred Frith (1): guitar, violin; Tim Hodgkinson (1): organ, sax;
  Marc Hollander (1): sax, bass clarinet; Chris Cutler (1): piano frame
  scrape.

    1979 - MCCB (Netherlands), MCCB 002 (7")

  Note: all the tracks are available on MASS CULTURE CONTROL BUREAU..... 
  THINGS FROM THE PAST (2005).

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030 - WESTERN CULTURE: Henry Cow

    History And Prospects
      1/ Industry                               (Hodgkinson)             6:58
      2/ The Decay Of Cities                    (Hodgkinson)             6:55
      3/ On The Raft                            (Hodgkinson)             4:01
    Day By Day
      4/ Falling Away                           (Cooper)                 7:38
      5/ Gretels Tale                           (Cooper)                 3:58
      6/ Look Back                              (Cooper)                 1:19
      7/ 1/2 The Sky                            (Cooper, Hodgkinson)     5:14
    8/ untitled (silence only)                                           1:29
    9/ Viva Pa Ubu                              (Hodgkinson)             4:28
    10/ Look Back (alt)                         (Cooper)                 1:21
    11/ Slice                                   (Cooper)                 0:36

    (1-6,10,11) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) between
    July 26 and August 8, 1978
    (7,9) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in January 1978

  Tim Hodgkinson: alto, clarinet, Hawaian guitar, piano, organ; Fred Frith:
  electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, banjo, soprano; Chris Cutler: drums,
  electrified drums, noise, piano, trumpet; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, oboe,
  soprano, sopranino, recorders; AnneMarie Roelofs (1-6,10,11(?)): trombone,
  violin; Irène Schweizer (5): piano; Georgie Born (7,9,11): bass; Dagmar
  Krause (9): vocals.

    1979 - Broadcast, BC1 (LP)
    1979 - Celluloid (France), LTM 1013 (LP)
    1980 - Interzone (USA), IZ 1001 (LP)
    1980 - L'Orchestra (Italy), OLPS 55004 (LP)
    1988 - Broadcast (UK), BCD1 (CD)
    1995 - ESD (USA), ESD 80852 (CD)
    2001 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR HC4 (CD)
    2002 - ESD (USA), ESD 81652 (CD)
    2002 - ReR (Japan), ReR HC4 (CD)

  Note: (8-11) are only available on the 2001 and 2002 CD reissues.
  Note: (9,11) were previously released on RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER (1982).
  Note: the 2002 Japanese edition has a mini LP sleeve.

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031 - RATS & MONKEYS/COLLAPSE: Art Bears

    1/ Rats & Monkeys                           (Cutler, Frith)          3:13
    2/ Collapse                                 (Cutler, Frith)          4:55

  Fred Frith; Chris Cutler; Dagmar Krause.

    1979 - Ralph Records (USA), RR 7904 (7")
    1984 - Ralph Records (USA), no catalogue No. (17x7" box)
    1986 - Re & Recommended Records (UK), Re AN7 (16x7" box)

  Note: the Ralph Records box (limited edition of 444 copies) is called 17x7
  and contains 17 previously released singles and EPs.
  Note: the Re & Recommended Records box (limited edition of 700 copies) is
  called 16 DANCE PARTY SMASH HITS and contains 16 previously issued 7"s: 8 
  from Recommended Records, 7 from Ré Records and 1 from Ralph Records given
  as a free bonus.

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032 - WINTER SONGS: Art Bears

    1/ The Bath Of Stars                        (Frith, Cutler)          1:45
    2/ First Things First                       (Frith, Cutler)          2:50
    3/ Gold                                     (Frith, Cutler)          1:41
    4/ The Summer Wheel                         (Frith, Cutler)          2:47
    5/ The Slave                                (Frith, Cutler)          3:38
    6/ The Hermit                               (Frith, Cutler)          2:59
    7/ Rats & Monkeys                           (Frith, Cutler)          3:24
    8/ The Skeleton                             (Frith, Cutler)          3:11
    9/ The Winter Wheel                         (Frith, Cutler)          3:06
    10/ Man & Boy                               (Frith, Cutler)          3:21
    11/ Winter/War                              (Frith, Cutler)          3:05
    12/ Force                                   (Frith, Cutler)          0:54
    13/ Three Figures                           (Frith, Cutler)          1:51
    14/ Three Wheels                            (Frith, Cutler)          3:35

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) between November 22
    and December 5, 1978

  Chris Cutler: drums, electric drums, noise; Fred Frith: guitars, keyboards,
  viola, violin, xylophone; Dagmar Krause: vocals.

    1979 - Ré Records (UK), Ré 0618 (LP)
    1979 - Ralph (USA), RR 7905 (LP)
    1980 - L'Orchestra (Italy), OLPS 55005 (LP)
    1988 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR abCD (CD)
    1998 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR AB1 (CD)
    2000 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ABCD01 (CD)
    2004 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ab2 (CD)

  Note: the 1988, 1998, and 2000 CD reissues also includes THE WORLD AS IT IS
  TODAY (1981).

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033 - UN PEU DE L'AME DES BANDITS: Aksak Maboul 

    1/ A Modern Lesson [Bo Diddley] 		(Hollander) 		 5:01
    2/ Palmiers En Pots 						 3:24
      2a/ Trio [Nuits d'Argentine] 		(Verschueren)
      2b/ Tango 				(Wuyts, Hollander)
    3/ Geistige Nacht [Rondo] 			(Frith) 		 5:20
    4/ I Viaggi Formano La Gioventù [Truc Turc] (trad.) 		 5:09
    5/ Inoculating Rabies [Pogo] 		(van Hecke, Wuyts) 	 2:00
    6-9/ Cinema [Knokke]
      6/ Ce Qu'On Peut Voir Avec Un Bon Microscope 
						(Hollander, Wuyts) 	 7:28
      7/ Alluvions 				(Hollander, Wuyts, Kenis)5:28
      8/ Azinou Crapules 			(Hollander, Wuyts) 	 7:07
      9/ Age Route Brra! (Radio Sofia) 		(Hollander, Wuyts) 	 3:01
    10/ Bosses De Crosses [Horreurs] 		(Hollander, Vromman) 	 7:04
    11/ Alluvions (original version) 		(Hollander, Wuyts, Kenis)8:02 

    (1-9) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in February and
    August 1979
    (10) recorded at Hennuyeres, Belgium in 1981 
    (11) recorded in Brussels for the radio show of Marc Moulin on June 29,
    1978

  Michel Berckmans (1-4,6-9,11): oboe, bassoon; Chris Cutler (1-3,5-9): drums,
  percussion, radio; Fred Frith (1-9): bass, guitars, violin, viola; Denis van
  Hecke (1-9,11): cellos, guitar, vocals; Marc Hollander (1,2,3,4,5-11): or-
  gan, alto, soprano, clarinet, bass clarinet, piano, drum machine, dumbeg,
  samples, xylophone, percussion, keyboards, melodica, tapes, celesta; 
  Catherine Jauniaux (1,6-9): vocals, pinball machine; Frank Wuyts (1-4,6-9,
  11): drums, pinball machine, recorder, piano, synthesizer, percussion; Yvon
  Vromman (10): guitar, vocals; Veronique Vincent (10): vocals; Gerald 
  Fenerberg (10): guitar; Vincent Kenis (10,11): bass; Jeanf Jones Jacob III
  (10): drums; Chris Joris (11): percussion, drums. 

    1979 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), Atem/Crammed 002 (LP)
    1984 (?) - Crammed Discs (Japan), SP25-5147 (LP)
    1996 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), cram 002 (CD)
    2008 - Crammed Discs/BirdSong (Japan), BIRD-2013 (mini-LP CD)

  Note: see RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER (1982) for further references on (10).
  Notes: title tracks, timings, composer and recording information are taken
  from the liner notes by Marc Hollander on the 2008 japanese reissue -- there
  are some minor variations with previous issues. The original title tracks,
  originally apparent on the LP centre label itself, are given in square 
  brackets. The name of the band was spelt "Aqsak Maboul" on the original LP
  edition. 
  Note: (10) is not available on the LP pressings.
  Note: (11) is only available on the 2008 Japanese reissue.

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034 - GUITAR SOLOS 3: various artists

  This record features solos by Henry Kaiser (1,2), Chip Handy (3-5), Peter
  Cusack (6), Keith Rowe (7), Fred Frith (8-10), Eugene Chadbourne (11,12),
  Davey Williams (13), Akira Iijima (14).

    1/ Robert Louis Stevenson                   (Kaiser)                 3:32
    2/ Dien Da                                  (Kaiser)                 3:24
    3/ Foreign Music                            (Handy)                  3:25
    4/ Little Missy                             (Handy)                  1:55
    5/ Total Babes                              (Handy)                  1:57
    6/ Whistling With Guitar Accompaniment      (Cusack)                 7:20
    7/ For A                                    (Rowe)                   7:20
    8/ Alienated Industrial Seagulls Etc.       (Frith)                  3:49
    9/ Song Of River Nights                     (Frith)                  1:40
    10/ Should Old Arthur                       (Frith)                  1:20
    11/ Memories Of Hanover Lodge               (Chadbourne)             4:10
    12/ Memories Of Wildey Road                 (Chadbourne)             4:06
    13/ Ezekiel                                 (Williams)               6:12
    14/ Coming No.4                             (Iijima)                 4:40

    (1,2) recorded at Walden Studios, Carmel Highlands, California on January
    6, 1979
    (3) recorded at home in Davis, California on December 22, 1977
    (4) recorded at home in Davis, California on July 8, 1978
    (5) recorded at home in Davis, California on April 1, 1978
    (6) recorded in Utrecht, Holland in June 1976
    (7) recorded in December 1978
    (8-10) recorded at Briollay, France in October 1978
    (11,12) recorded at Grogkill Studio, Willow, New York on November 27, 1978
    (13) recorded at Trans Studio, Tuscaloosa, Alabama on September 28, 1978
    (14) recorded at Saito Studio, Tokyo on November 28, 1978
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Henry Kaiser (1,2): guitar; Chip Handy (3-5): prepared guitar; Peter Cusack
  (6): acoustic guitar; Keith Rowe (7): guitars; Fred Frith (8-10): guitar;
  Eugene Chadbourne (11,12): dobro, guitar; Davey Williams (13): guitar; Akira
  Iijima (14): acoustic guitar.

    1979 - Rift (UK), Rift 1 (LP)
    1979 - Red Records (USA), Red 008 (LP)

  Note: all the tracks by Fred Frith (8-10) have been reissued on the 1991 CD 
  pressings of GUITAR SOLOS.

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035 - WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE: Fred Frith, Henry Kaiser

    1/ It Moves                                                          2:00
    2/ The Changing of Names                                             5:45
    3/ It Sings                                                          5:45
    4/ Believing What We Read                                            3:00
    5/ ...But Does It Swing?                                             3:30
    6/ Twisted Memories Give Way to the Angry Present                    3:50
    7/ Black Glass                                                       5:30
    8/ Third Rail                                                        3:25
    9/ Three Languages                                                   9:30

    Recorded July 8, 11, and 17 1979, at Mobius Music, San Francisco
    Produced by Henry Kaiser and Fred Frith

  Henry Kaiser: electric guitars, etc; Fred Frith: electric guitars, etc.

    1979 - Metalanguage (USA), ML 107 (RI 82) (LP)

  Note: All the tracks have been reissued on FRIENDS & ENEMIES (1999).

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036 - SUBTERRANEAN MODERN: various artists

  This record features Chrome (1-3), MX-80 Sound (4-6), The Residents (7-10),
  Tuxedomoon (11-13). All the groups play a cover of "I left my heart in San
  Francisco".

  Fred Frith plays on two track with The Residents:

    8/ Dumbo, the Clown (Who Loved Christmas)   (The Residents)          2:07
    10/ Time's Up                               (The Residents)          2:54

    Recorded in April-June 1979

  The Residents; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1979 - Ralph Records (USA), SM7908 (LP)

  Note: All the tracks featuring Fred Frith have been reissued on RESIDUE DEUX
  (1998).

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037 - THE ENGLISH CHANNEL: Eugene Chadbourne and 2000 Statues

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

    Recorded at Dick Charles Recording, New York in June 1979

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

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

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

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038 - ROCK'N'ROLL HIGH SCHOOL: various artists

  This record features The Ramones (1-4), The Paley Brothers (2), Nick Lowe
  (5), Brian Eno (6), P.J. Soles (7), Devo (8), Eddie & The Hot Rods (9),
  Brownsville Station (10), Chuck Berry (11), Todd Rundgren (12), Alice Cooper
  (13).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Brian Eno:

    6/ Energy Fools The Musician                (Brian Eno)              2:05

    1979 (?) - Sire (USA), SRK 6070 (LP)
    1979 (?) - Ariola (?), 200645 (LP)
    1979 (?) - Polydor (?), 2302 071 (LP)
    ???? - Sire (?), 6070-2 (CD)
    ???? - Sire (Germany), 7599-27427-2 (CD)

  See BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE (1977) for further references on (6).

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039 - VIRGIN ORIGINAL SERIES: various artists 

  This record features Camelo Pardalis (1,2), Robert Wyatt (3,4), Henry Cow/
  Slapp Happy (5,6), David Vorhaus (7), Clearlight (8,9), Wigwam (10,11), 
  Daevid Allen (12,13), David Bedford (14,15), Pekka (16,17), Fred Frith (18).

  Fred Frith plays on 4 tracks, one with Robert Wyatt: 

    4/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit the Road 	(Wyatt) 

  two with Henry Cow/Slapp Happy: 

    5/ War 					(Moore, Blegvad) 
    6/ Living in the Heart of the Beast 	(Hodgkinson) 

  and one solo: 
 
    18/ Only Reflect 				(Frith)    

    1979 (?) - Virgin (Japan), LWG-1184/1185 (2xLP)

  See ROCK BOTTOM (1974) for further references on (4), IN PRAISE OF LEARNING
  (1975) for (5,6), and GUITAR SOLOS 2 (1976) for (18).

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040 - NEW YORK DING DONG: Daevid Allen

    1/ N.Y. Intermeadiate Theatre Interview
    2/ Rapist
    3/ People Poem
    4/ Master Builder
    5/ Isle Of Everywhere
    6/ Improvisation
    7/ Dynamite
    8/ Banana Reggae
    9/ No Other Than The Mother
    10/ 333
    11/ I Am The Fool
    12/ 20 And 20 Schoolgirls
    13/ Master Builder

    (2-5) recorded live at the Zu Manifestival, Zu House (New York City) on
    October 8, 1978
    (6) recorded in 1971
    (12) recorded in 1977
    (13) recorded live in 1974

  Daevid Allen: guitar, vocals; George Bishop (2-5): saxophone; Bill Laswell
  (2-5): bass; Michael Beinhorn (2-5): synthesizer; Fred Maher (3-5): drums;
  Dennis Weise (3-5): synthesizer; Michael Lawrence (3-5): guitar; Gilli Smyth
  (2): vocals; Chris Cutler (2): drums; Fred Frith (2): guitar; Pierre Moerlen
  (11): drums; Bill Bruford (13): drums.

    1979 - GAS (UK), GAS 6 (CT)
    1990 (?) - Ottersongs/GAS, no catalog number (CT)

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041 - DANCING IN THE STREET/WHAT A DILEMMA: Fred Frith

    1/ Dancing In The Street                    (Stevenson, Gaye)        3:20
    2/ What A Dilemma                           (Frith)                  3:12

    Produced by Fred Frith and Etienne Conod

  Fred Frith; Hasse Bruniusson; Tina Curran; Marc Hollander; Dave Newhouse;
  Paul Sears; Billy Swann.

    1980 - Ralph Records (USA), FF 8056-S (7")
    1984 - Ralph Records (USA), no catalogue No. (17x7" box)

  Note : The Ralph Records box (limited edition of 444 copies) is called 17x7
  and contains 17 previously released singles and EPs.

  See GRAVITY (1980) for further references.

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042 - GRAVITY: Fred Frith

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

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

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

    1980 - Ralph Records (USA), FF-8057-L (LP)
    1990 - T.E.C. Tones (USA), FF-8057 (LP)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 901 (CD) (version 1)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 901 (CD) (version 2)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 901 (CT)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80452 (CD)
    2002 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 01 (CD)
    2003 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

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

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

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043 - COMMERCIAL SINGLE: The Residents

    1/ Amber                                                             1:00
    2/ Red Rider                                                         1:00
    3/ Picnic Boy                                                        1:00
    4/ Shup Up, Shut Up                                                  1:00
    5/ When We Were Young                                                1:00
    6/ Phantom                                                           1:00
    7/ Moisture                                                          1:00
    8/ And I Was Alone                                                   1:00

    1980 - Charisma Records (UK), PRE 009 (7")
    ???? - Obnoxious Records (France?), PRE 009 (7")
   
  Note: (4,8) are not listed on the record.
  Note: the Obnoxious Record pressing is a bootleg.

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further references.

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044 - SHUT UP, SHUT UP/AND I WAS ALONE: The Residents

    1/ Shup Up, Shut Up                         (The Residents)          1:00
    2/ And I Was Alone                          (The Residents)          1:00

    1980 - Celluloid (France), 1-6213 (7")

  Note: this limited edition 7" was given away with the first copies of the
  French Celluloid pressing of COMMERCIAL ALBUM (CEL 2 6559).

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further references.

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045 - COMMERCIAL ALBUM: The Residents

    1/ Easter Woman                                                      1:00
    2/ Perfect Love                                                      1:00
    3/ Picnic Boy                                                        1:00
    4/ End Of Home                                                       1:00
    5/ Amber                                                             1:00
    6/ Japanese Watercolor                                               1:00
    7/ Secrets                                                           1:00
    8/ Die In Terror                                                     1:00
    9/ Red Rider                                                         1:00
    10/ My Second Wife                                                   1:00
    11/ Floyd                                                            1:00
    12/ Suburban Bathers                                                 1:00
    13/ Dimples And Toes                                                 1:00
    14/ The Nameless Souls                                               1:00
    15/ Love Leaks Out                                                   1:00
    16/ Act Of Being Polite                                              1:00
    17/ Medecine Man                                                     1:00
    18/ Tragic Bells                                                     1:00
    19/ Loss Of Innocence                                                1:00
    20/ The Simple Song                                                  1:00
    21/ Ups And Downs                                                    1:00
    22/ Possessions                                                      1:00
    23/ Give It To Someone Else                                          1:00
    24/ Phantom                                                          1:00
    25/ Less Not More                                                    1:00
    26/ My Work Is So Behind                                             1:00
    27/ Birds In The Trees                                               1:00
    28/ Handfull Of Desire                                               1:00
    29/ Moisture                                                         1:00
    30/ Love Is...                                                       1:00
    31/ Troubled Man                                                     1:00
    32/ La La                                                            1:00
    33/ Loneliness                                                       1:00
    34/ Nice Old Man                                                     1:00
    35/ The Talk Of Creatures                                            1:00
    36/ Fingertips                                                       1:00
    37/ In Between Dreams                                                1:00
    38/ Margaret Freeman                                                 1:00
    39/ The Coming Of The Crow                                           1:00
    40/ When We Were Young                                               1:00

    Recorded in September 1979-July 1980
    Produced by The Residents

  The Residents; Fred Frith (3,6,14,21,25,29,31,36,38,39): guitar, bass, vio-
  lin; Chris Cutler; Don Jackovich; Sandy Sandwich; Mud's Sis; Snakefinger;
  Lene Lovitch (3); Andy Partridge (38).

    1980 - Ralph (USA), RZ 8052-L (LP)
    1980 - Celluloid (France), 529807 (CT)
    1980 - Celluloid (France), CEL 2 6559 (LP)
    1980 - Missing Link Records (Australia), Link 9 (LP)
    1980 - Missing Link Records (Australia), Linc 9 (CT)
    1980 - Phonogram (Germany), 6302-081 (LP)
    1980 - Phonogram (Germany), 7144-081 (CT)
    1980 - Pre Records (UK), PRE X 2 (LP)
    1980 - RTC Records (New Zealand), RPH 002 (LP)
    1980 - T.E.C. Tones (USA), 80524 (CT)
    1987 - Torso Records (Netherlands), CD 413 (CD)
    1987 - Torso Records (Netherlands), 40013 (LP)
    1988 - Ralph Records (USA), RR80521 (LP)
    1988 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80202 (CD)
    1995 - Euro Ralph (Germany), cd 010 (CD)
    1997 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 81282 (CD)
    1997 - Bomba (Japan), BOM 22041 (CD)
    1999 - Ars Nova (Russia), no catalogue no. (CD)
    2004 - Mute (USA), 9275 (CD)
    2004 - Mute (UK), CDSTUMM234 (CD)

  Note: the Torso Records (CD 413) and East Side Digital (ESD 80202) pressings
  have 10 extra tracks (called the "Bonus Babies"):

    41/ Shut Up Shut Up                                                  1:04
    42/ And I Was Alone                                                  1:04
    43/ Theme For An American TV Show                                    1:27
    44/ We're A Happy Family                                             1:11
    45/ The Sleeper                                                      2:58
    46/ Boy In Love                                                      2:56
    47/ Diskomo                                                          4:34
    48/ Jailhouse Rock                                                   3:08
    49/ This Is A Man's Man's Man's World                                3:44
    50/ Hit The Road Jack                                                4:02

  Note: Fred Frith plays on (41) and maybe (42).
  Note: the booklet of the 2004 Mute reissues contains the lyrics.

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046 - GETTING A HEAD: Bob Ostertag

    1/ Getting A Head                           (BM,BO,FF)              18:40
    2/ In Tundra                                (Medwed, Ostertag)      21:10

    (1) recorded live in Washington D.C. in June 1980, and (last third) in New
    York City in May 1980
    (2) recorded at the Kitchen, New York City in January 1980

  Fred Frith (1): guitars; Bob Ostertag: tapes; Bryan Medwed (1): concept;
  Charles K. Noyes (2): percussion.

    1980 - Rift (USA), Rift 2 (LP)
    2001 - Seeland (USA), 516CD (CD)

  Note: the 2001 Seeland reissue is a limited edition in a metal box.

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047 - BUY OR DIE 1980 1/2: various artists (Ralph sampler)

  This record features The Residents (1-3), Snakefinger (4), Yello (5), Fred
  Frith (6).

    6/  Come Across                             (Fred Frith)             2:45

    1980 - Ralph Records (USA), RR-8050-E (33RPM 7")
    1984 - Ralph Records (USA), no catalogue No. (17x7"box)

  Note: the Ralph Records box (limited to 444 copies) is called 17x7 and 
  contains 17 previously released singles and EPs.

  See GRAVITY (1980) for further references on (6). 

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048 - MINIATURES: various artists

  This record edited by Morgan Fisher features one minute songs by Ollie 
  Halsall and John Halsey, The Residents, Roger McGough, Morgan-Fisher, John
  Otway, Pete Challis and Phil Diplock, Robert Wyatt, Stinky Winkles, Mary
  Langford, Andy 'Thunderclap' Newman, David Bedford, Fred Frith, Maggie 
  Nicols, Joseph Racaille, The Work, Neil Innes and Son, Herbert Distel, Lol
  Coxhill, Ken Ellis, Steve Miller, Norman Lovett, Patrick Portella, George
  Melly, Robert Fripp, Andy Partridge, Phantom Captain, Ron Geesin, Alejandro
  Vinao, Quentin Crisp, Simon Desorgher, Ralph Steadman, R. D: Laing and Son,
  Trevor Wishart, John White, Ivor Cutler, Zazou, Michael Bass & Ellen 
  Tenenbaum, Martin Chambers, Bob Cobbing & Henri Chopin, Dave Vanian, 
  Metabolist, Gavin Bryars, 1/2 Japanese, Simon Jeffes, Mark Perry, Michael
  Nyman, David Cunningham, Kevin Coyne, Etron Fou Leloublan, Neil Oram and Ken
  Campbell and Science Fiction Theatre of Liverpool, Pete Seeger.

    12/ The Entire Works Of Henry Cow           (Fred Frith)             1:00

    Collated at Pass, New York City and KUNM, Albuquerque (NM) in 1980

  Fred Frith; Chris Cutler; Tim Hodgkinson; John Greaves; Geoff Leigh; Lindsay
  Cooper; Dagmar Krauss; Peter Blegvad; Anthony Moore.

    1980 - Pipe Records (UK), Pipe 2 (LP)
    1981 - Pipe Records (UK) , Pipe 2 (CT)
    1981 - Pipe Records (UK), MMC1 (microcassette)
    1981 - Japan Records (Japan), jal-2502 (LP)
    1981 (?) - Edigsa (Spain), 15L0119-5 (LP)
    1985 - Supporti Fonografici (Italy), SF007 (LP)
    1995 - Voiceprint (UK), VP 159 CD (CD)
    1998 (1997?) - Blueprint (UK), BP 159 (CD)
    199? - Voiceprint/MSI (Japan), MSIF 3292 (CD)
    2008 - Cherry Red (UK), 361 (2xCD)

  Note: the microcassette edition is limited to 100 numbered copies.

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049 - RAGS: Lindsay Cooper

    1/ The Exhibition Of Fashions               (anonymous, Cooper)      1:29
    2/ Lots Of Larks                            (anonymous, Cooper)      1:07
    3/ General Strike                           (anonymous, Cooper)      1:47
    4/ Women's Wrongs 1                         (Cooper, Lanner, Balfe)  4:35
    5/ Women's Wrongs 2                         (Cooper)                 3:06
    6/ The Charter                              (anonymous, Cooper)      1:40
    7/ Parliament Catch                         (Baildon)                1:26
    8/ Women's Wrongs 3                         (Cooper)                 2:25
    9/ Film Music                               (Cooper)                 4:25
    10/ Prostitution Song                       (anonymous, Cooper)      2:21
    11/ 1848                                    (Dupont, trad.)          2:07
    12/ The Chartist Anthem                     (Boucher, trad.)         1:20
    13/ Cholera                                 (anonymous, Cooper)      2:37
    14/ Stitch Goes The Needle                  (anonymous, Cooper)      2:36
    15/ A Young Lady's Vision                   (Lanner)                 1:19
    16/ Pin Money                               (Cooper)                 0:50
    17/ Women's Wrongs 4                        (Cooper, Balfe)          2:00
    18/ The Song Of The Shirt                   (Hood, Tuttley)          4:57

    Recorded and mixed at Kaleidophon Studio in the Summers of 1979 and 1980

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, soprano, sopranino, oboe, flute, keyboards, accor-
  dion, drums; Sally Potter: vocals; Georgie Born: bass guitar, cello; Phil 
  Minton: vocals, trumpet; Fred Frith: guitar; Chris Cutler: drums.

    1981 - Arc Records (UK), ARC 1 (LP)
    1983 - Recommended/Arc (UK), ReArc (LP)
    1991 - ReR (UK), ReR LCD (CD)

  Note: the CD release also includes THE GOLDDIGGERS (Sync Pulse 0617).

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050 - CODA TO MAN AND BOY: Art Bears

  Free 7" single recorded live at Cantu, Italy, during the Art Bears European
  tour 1980, included with subscription copies of THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY.

    1/ Coda To Man And Boy                      (Cutler, Frith)          7:15

    Recorded live at Cantu, Italy during the only Art Bears tour on May 30,
    1979

  Chris Cutler: drums, percussion, noise; Fred Frith: guitars, violin, viola,
  harmonium, xylophone; Dagmar Krause: vocals; Peter Blegvad: bass guitar;
  Marc Hollander: piano.

    1981 - Ré Records (UK), Ré+h (7")
    1986 - Re & Recommended Records (UK), AN7 (16x7")
    1986 (?) - Ré Records (UK), Ré+h (7")
    2003 - ReR Megacorp (UK), no number (CD-3)

  Note: this limited edition (500 copies) single-sided painted clear-vinyl EP
  (33 RPM) was only available to subscribers of the WORLD AS IT IS TODAY LP.
  Note: the 16x7" box (limited to 700 copies) is called 16 DANCE PARTY SMASH
  HITS and contains 16 previously issued 7"s: 8 from Recommended Records, 7
  from Ré Records and 1 from Ralph Records given as a free bonus.
  Note: The CD-3 edition was given free to subscribers of THE ART BOX (2003)
  and is included in the japanese editions of THE ART BOX.
  Note: the 1986 (?) 7" reissue has no cover and has "limited reissue THE ART
  BEARS" printed on the sticker.

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051 - SPEECHLESS: Fred Frith

    1/ Kick The Can (part 1)                    (Frith)                  2:19
    2/ Carnival On Wall Street                  (Frith)                  2:51
    3/ Ahead In The Sand                        (Frith)                  3:16
    4/                                                                   7:47
      4a/ Laughing Matter                       (Frith)
      4b/ Esperanza                             (Frith)
    5/ Women Speak To Men; Men Speak To Women   (Frith, Curran)          5:39
    6/ A Spit In The Ocean                      (Frith)                  2:17
    7/ Navajo                                   (Frith)                  3:05
    8/ Balance                                  (Frith)                  5:04
    9/ Saving Grace                             (Frith)                  1:57
    10/ Speechless                              (Frith)                  3:05
    11/ Conversations With White Arc            (Frith, Laswell)         1:14
    12/ Domaine De Planousset                   (Frith)                  2:59
    13/ Kick The Can (part 2)                   (Frith)                  2:14
    14/ The Entire Works Of Henry Cow           (Frith)                  1:00
    15/ So Schnell Ich                          (Frith, Laswell, Maher)  3:25
    16/ I'm Still Here And I Know What Time It Is
                                                (Frith, Curran)          1:06
    17/ No More War                             (Frith, Gore)            4:46
    18/ Typical American Family                 (Frith)                  1:01
    19/ Dig                                     (Frith)                  3:07

    (1-5) recorded at Studio Freeson, Pujaut, France and at Sunrise Studios,
    Kirchberg, Switzerland in July-August 1980
    (6-11,13) recorded at Sunrise Studios, Kirchberg, Switzerland in July-
    August 1980
    (7,end of 8,10) recorded live at CBGB, New York in April 1980 and subse-
    quently altered and added to in Switzerland
    (12) recorded live at CBGB, New York in April 1980
    (14) collated at Pass, New York City and KUNM, Albuquerque (New Mexico) in
    1980
    (15) recorded live at Rue Dunois, Paris in 1981
    (16,18) recorded at home in New York in 1982
    (17) recorded at home in New York and at Gardner Studios, Oak Park in 1983
    (19) collage mixed at Studio Dig, Tokyo in February 1985 
    Produced by Frith/Curran and Conod/Vogel with François Riether on (1-6)

  Fred Frith: guitar, violin, Mellotron, bass, organ, keyboards, voice, drill,
  drum, extraneous elements, voice, tape manipulation, body parts, home-mades,
  forgery; Guigou Chenevier (1-5): drums, tenor, voice; Margot Mathieu (1-5):
  soprano, tenor, voice; Ferdinand Richard (1-5,13): bass, guimbarde, voice;
  Jo Thirion (1-5): organ, harmonium; Tina Curran (1-5,7,12,16): recorders,
  bass, voice; Roger Kent Parsons (4): bagpipes; Asha (6): vocals; Storm (6): 
  vocals; Bill Laswell (6,7,9,11,15): bass; Fred Maher (6,7,9,11,15): drums; 
  Steve Buchanan (7): snake sax; George Cartwright (6,7,9): alto; Mars 
  Williams (6,7,9): baritone saxophone; Hans Bruniusson (9): subliminal drums;
  Dagmar Krause (14): vocals; Lindsay Cooper (14); Chris Cutler (14): drums;
  Tim Hodgkinson (14); Geoff Leigh (14); John Greaves (14); Anthony Moore
  (14); Peter Blegvad (14); Steve Gore (17): bass, keyboards, drums; Tenko
  (19): voice; Keiji Haino (19): voice; Ken-Ichi Takeda (19): taisho koto;
  Chie Mukai (19): kokyu; Masami Shinoda (19): alto; Tetsuto Koyama (19):
  bass; Miyamoto (19): drums.

    1981 - Ralph (USA), FF 8106 (LP)
    1990 - T.E.C. Tones (USA), FF 8106 (LP)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 902 (CD) (version 1)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 902 (CD) (version 2)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 902 (CT)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80542 (CD)
    2003 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)
    2003 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 04 (CD)

  Note: (14-19) are only available on the 1991 and 2002 (?) CD/CT editions.
  Note: there are two versions of the 1991 RecRec Music CD; they have slightly
  different designs (such as colors).
  Note: the 2003 Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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052 - FRANK JOHNSON'S FAVOURITES: various artists

  This compilation includes previously unreleased tracks and material taken
  from singles by Tuxedomoon (1,12), Fred Frith (2), Renaldo and the Loaf (3),
  MX-80 Sound (4,8), The Residents (5,10), Snakefinger (6,9), Yello (7), Art
  Bears (11).

    2/ What a dilemma                           (Fred Frith)             3:12
    11/ Collapse                                (Cutler, Frith)          3:00

    1981 - Ralph Records (USA), RR-8110 (LP)

  Note: (2) is the B-side of the DANCING IN THE STREET (1980) single.
  Note: (11) is the edited version of the B-side of the RATS AND MONKEYS 
   (1979) single.

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053 - 185: The Muffins

    1/ Angle Dance                              (Newhouse)               4:10
    2/ Antidote To Drydock                      (Newhouse)               4:57
    3/ Zoom Resume                              (Newhouse, Swann)        7:13
    4/ Horsebones                               (Scott)                  2:25
    5/ Subduction                               (Muffins)                0:55
    6/ Dream Beat                               (Muffins)                3:32
    7/ Under Dali's Wing                        (Newhouse)               3:08
    8/ These Castle Children                    (Newhouse)               7:34
    9/ Queenside                                (Newhouse)               5:36
    10/ Street Dogs                             (Muffins)                1:13
    11/ Angle Dance                             (Newhouse)               4:09
    12/ Antidote To Drydock                     (Newhouse)               4:51
    13/ Zoom Resume                             (Newhouse, Swann)        7:13
    14/ Horsebones                              (Scott)                  2:26
    15/ Under Dali's Wing                       (Newhouse)               3:05
    16/ Queenside                               (Newhouse)               5:35
    17/ These Castle Children                   (Newhouse)               7:10

    Recorded at Tracks Recorders, Silver Springs on September 24-28, 1980
    (1-10) produced by Fred Frith

  Tom Scott: flutes, soprano, alto, Bb clarinet, alto clarinet; Dave Newhouse:
  piano, organ, soprano, alto, baritone saxophone, whisper clarinet, Bb clari-
  net, bass clarinet; Paul Sears: drums, percussion, saxophone, vocal noise;
  Billy Swann: guitar, bass, vocals, tenor, Mysterious Low Noises; Fred Frith
  (1,2,4,7-9): prepared piano, guitar, violin, Anti-Jazz production, harmoni-
  zing; Dave Golub (2-4): clarinet, shuffling, shouting and squeaking; George
  Daoust (4): shuffling and shouting.

    1981 - Random Radar Records (USA), RRR 010 (LP)
    1996 - Cuneiform Records (USA), 55013 (CD)

  Note: (11-17), which are remixes from the original 16 tracks,  are only
  available on the CD reissue.

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054 - THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY: Art Bears

    1/ The Song Of Investment Capital Overseas  (Frith, Cutler)          2:38
    2/ TRUTH                                    (Frith, Cutler)          2:56
    3/ FREEDOM                                  (Frith, Cutler)          3:25
    4/ (armed) PEACE                            (Frith, Cutler)          2:30
    5/ CIVILISATION                             (Frith, Cutler)          4:52
    6/ DEMOCRACY                                (Frith, Cutler)          2:22
    7/ The Song Of The Martyrs                  (Frith, Cutler)          4:09
    8/ LAW                                      (Frith, Cutler)          0:51
    9/ The Song Of The Monopolists              (Frith, Cutler)          1:48
    10/ The Song Of The Dignity Of Labour Under Capital
                                                (Frith, Cutler)          2:27
    11/ ALBION, AWAKE!                          (Frith, Cutler)          4:08

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) between August 24 and
    September 7, 1980

  Chris Cutler: drums, electric drums, noise; Fred Frith: guitars, keyboards,
  viola, violin, xylophone; Dagmar Krause: vocals.

    1981 - Ré Records (UK), Ré 6622 (45RPM 12")
    1988 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR abCD (CD)
    1998 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR AB1 (CD)
    2000 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ABCD01 (CD)
    2004 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ab3 (CD)

  Note: the 1988, 1998, and 2000 CD reissues also includes WINTER SONGS
  (1979).

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055 - COUP DE TÊTE: Kip Hanrahan

    1/ Whatever I Want                          (Hanrahan)               5:43
    2/ At The Moment Of The Serve               (Hanrahan)               5:39
    3/ This Night Comes Out Of Both Of Us       (Hanrahan)               5:40
    4/ India Song                               (M. Duras, C. d'Alessio) 4:13
    5/ A Lover Divides Time (To Hear How It Sounds)
                                                (Hanrahan)               3:17
    6/ No One Gets To Transcend Anything (No One Except Oil Company
       Executives)                              (Hanrahan)               3:42
    7/ Shadow To Shadow                         (Hanrahan)               7:06
    8/ Sketch From Two Cubas                    (Hanrahan)               4:07
    9/ Heart On My Sleeve                       (Teo Macero)             5:14

    Recorded at Latin Sound Studios, New York from November 1980 through
    February 1981
    (6) recorded at Latin Sound Studios, New York in July 1981
    (8) recorded at Grog Kill Studio, Willow (New York) in July 1979 and
    January 1980
    Produced by Kip Hanrahan

  Daniel Ponce (1-3,5,7): iya, congas, chekere; Jerry Gonzales (1-3,5-8):
  congas, itotole, quinto; Nicky Marrero (1,3: bongos, okonkolo; Anton Fier
  (1-3,5-8): trap drums; Kip Hanrahan (1-3,6,8): percussion, voice, quinto,
  string synthesizer; Chico Freeman (1,2,4,9): tenor; Bill Laswell (1,3,4,7):
  bass; Arto Lindsay (1-3,5-8): electric guitar; Byard Lancaster (1,3): tenor,
  flute, wooden flute; George Cartwright (1,3,4): alto, flute, piccolo;
  Ignacio Berroa (2,5,6): trap drums; Jamaaladeen Tacuma (2,5,6): bass; George
  Naha (2,3): electric guitar; Carlos Ward (2,4,7,9): alto; Lisa Herman (3,5,
  7): voice; Carla Bley (4): piano, voice; Orlando DiGirolamo (Lady DiJay) (4,
  9): accordion; Billy Bang (4): violin; John Clark (4): French horn; Angel
  Perez (6): congas; Gene Golden (6,8): chekere, congas; John Stubblefield
  (6): tenor; Bern Nix (6): electric guitar; Dom Um Romao (7): surdo grande,
  agogo; Fred Frith (7): guitar; Carlos Mestre (8): congas; Michael Mantler
  (8): trumpet; Cecil McBee (9): bass; Teo Macero (9): tenor; David Liebman
  (9): soprano; Victor Lewis (9): trap drums.

    1981 - American Clavé (USA), AMCL 1007 (LP)
    1986 - Nippon Phonogram Co. (Japan), 32PD-192 (CD)
    1987 - American Clavé (Germany), AMCL 1007 2 (CD)
    ???? - ??? (Germany), SELEC M9759 (CD)
    2007 - American Clavé (Japan), EWSAC-1007 (CD)
    2008 - Yellowbird/Enja (Germany), yeb-7701 2 (CD)

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056 - RACCOMANDATO DI VINILE: various artists

  This compilation of the italian label L'Orchestra features previously
  published tracks by Art Bears, Mamma Non Piangere, Stormy Six/Macchina
  Maccheronica, Pichio Dal Pozzo, Alessandro Carrera, Strumento Concerto,
  Ensemble Havadia.

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks with The Art Bears:

    1/ Moeris, Dancing                                                   5:00
    2/ Rats & Monkeys                                                    3:10

    1981 - L'Orchestra (Italy), OLPS 55555 (LP)

  See HOPES AND FEARS (1978) for further references on (1) and WINTER SONGS
  (1979) for (2).

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057 - KILLING TIME: Massacre

    1/ You Said                                 (Massacre)               1:47
    2/ Legs                                     (Massacre)               2:13
    3/ Aging With Dignity                       (Massacre)               3:18
    4/ Subway Heart                             (Massacre)               2:59
    5/ Killing Time                             (Massacre)               3:07
    6/                                          (Massacre)               9:15
      6a/ Corridor
      6b/ Lost Causes
      6c/ Not The Person We Knew
    7/ Know                                     (Massacre)               2:16
    8/ Bones                                    (Massacre)               1:48
    9/ Tourism                                  (Massacre)               4:34
    10/ Surfing                                 (Massacre)               1:19
    11/ As Is                                   (Massacre)               8:49
    12/ After                                   (Massacre)               5:29
    13/ Gate                                    (Massacre)               2:52
    14/ Conversations With White Arc            (Massacre)               1:14
    15/ Carrying                                (Massacre)               1:44
    16/ Bait                                    (Massacre)               1:59
    17/ Third Street                            (Massacre)               4:21
    18/ 3 O'Clock, June 21st, Get Down There And Do It 
                                                (Massacre)               1:34
    19/ F.B.I.                                  (Welsch, Marvin, Harris) 3:10

    (1,16) recorded at Inroads, New York in July 1981
    (2,3,5,10,13) recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in June 1981
    (4,6,7,9,11,12,15,17,19) recorded live at 24 rue Dunois, Paris in April 
    1981
    (14) recorded live at CBGB, New York in April 1980
    (18) recorded at Stone Club, San Francisco in June 1981

  Fred Frith: Burns Black Bison guitar, voice, Casio, radio; Bill Laswell: 4
  and 6 string basses, pocket trumpet; Fred Maher: drums, percussion.

    1981 - Celluloid (France), CEL 6597 (LP)
    1982 - Recommended Records Japan (Japan), RRJ001 (07836-01) (LP)
    1983 - Celluloid (Netherlands), CELD 5003 (CT)
    1989 (?) - Celluloid (USA), CELD5003 (CD)
    1989 - Celluloid (France), CELCD 5003 (CD)
    1992 - J!MCO Records (Japan), JICK-89059 (CD)
    1993 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 906 (CD)
    1998 - Charly (Germany), CDGR 249 (CD)
    2005 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 10 (CD)
    2005 - ??? (Japan), ??? (CD)

  Note: (1,7,14-16,18) are only available on the 1993 and 2005 pressings; (17,
  19) is only available on the 2005 pressing.
  Note: (14) originally appeared on SPEECHLESS (1981).
  Note: [from the 2005 edition original notes] "In contrast to previous CD and
  LP versions, the KILLING TIME LP cuts [2-6,8-13] are heard here as original-
  ly intended, at the correct speed and pitch and without added reverb."

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058 - BUY OR DIE 1981: various artists (Ralph sampler)

  This record features Fred Frith (1), MX-80 Sound (2), Snakefinger (3),
  Renaldo and the Loaf (4), Tuxedomoon (5).

    1/ A Spit In The Ocean                      (Frith)

    1981 - Ralph Records (USA), RR 8125 (7")
    1984 - Ralph Records (USA), no catalogue No. (17x7")

  Note: the Ralph Records 17x7" box (limited to 444 copies) is called 17x7 and
  contains 17 previously released singles and EPs.

  See SPEECHLESS (1981) for further references on (1).

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059 - HISTORY OF ROCK VOL.4: various artists

  This record features Mike Oldfield (1), Tangerine Dream (2), Robert Wyatt
  (3), Henry Cow (4), Gillan (5), Can (6), Captain Beefheart (7), Steve
  Hillage (8), Peter Baumann (9), Kevin Coyne (10).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Henry Cow:

    4/ A Worm Is At Work                        (Moore, Blegvad)

    1981 (?) - Virgin Records/Polygram (Greece), 2473-1981 (LP)

  See DESPERATE STRAIGHTS (1975) for further references on (4)

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060 - THE ENGLISH CHANNEL **NEW VERSION**: Eugene Chadbourne

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

    1/ Untitled                                 (Chadbourne)            74:47

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

  Lineup for the 1978 recording in New York City:

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

  Lineup for the 1981 live recording in Greensboro:

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

    1981 (?) - Parachutist (USA), PA-7th (CT)
    2001 - House of Chadula (USA), 1978A (CD)

  Note from Eugene Chadbourne: Many people have been asking for this out of 
  print album that featured an all star group of American and European 
  improvisers attempting to come to grips with one of my most ridiculous 
  compositions. The master tape is long gone and vinyl copies so full of pops
  and scratches in the quiet parts that a re-release has been out of the 
  question. More to my liking was the 1981 cassette version of the composi-
  tion, in which I edited together sections of the 1978 [read '1979'] version
  with a later performance as well as all kinds of other insanity. This really
  captured the essence of the score, an out and out fast-moving barrage of 
  genres, soloists and absurd sound events, but it has also been out of print
  with no master tape in existence. From the Charles Goodman archive in 
  Oceano, California, comes a good quality copy of this 1981 version, which I
  have cleaned up slightly for the new CD release, making sure very little of
  the original 1978 [read '1979'] album was left out. People are often asking
  me what my favorite release is, well this version of The English Channel is
  definately one of the most insane things I ever created and something I 
  never get tired of listening to. I hope customers feel the same way.

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061 - MEMORY SERVES: Material

    1/ Memory Serves                            (Laswell, Beinhorn)      5:06
    2/ Disappearing                             (OD,SS,BL,MB,FM)         7:10
    3/ Upriver                                  (BB,BL,MB,FM)            5:23
    4/ Metal Test                               (FF,BL,MB,FM)            4:30
    5/ Conform To The Rhythm                    (BL,MB,FF)               4:28
    6/ Unauthorized                             (SS,BL,MB,FM)            3:49
    7/ Square Dance                             (FF,BL,FM)               4:28
    8/ Silent Land                              (GL,BL,MB)               3:51

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn
    Produced by Material and Martin Bisi

  Sonny Sharrock (1-6): guitar; Fred Frith (1,4,5,7): guitar, violin, xylo-
  phone; Henry Threadgill (2,6,7): alto; George Lewis (1,7,8): trombone; Olu
  Dara (2,3): cornet; Billy Bang (3,6): violin; Charles K. Noyes (1,8): drums,
  percussion, bells; Fred Maher (1-7): drums, percussion, guitar; Bill 
  Laswell: 4, 6 and 8 string basses; Michael Beinhorn: synthesizers, tapes,
  radio, guitar, drums, voice.

    1981 - Celluloid/Metropolis (Germany) 204 291-320 (LP)
    1981 - Celluloid/Vogue (France), 529812 (LP)
    1981 - Celluloid/Island (UK), ILPS 9693 (LP)
    1982 - Musician/Elektra (USA), EI 60042 (LP)
    ???? - Celluloid, CELCD 5508 (CD)
    1982 - Celluloid (Japan), 25AP 2751 (LP)
    1992 - Celluloid (?), CELL NY 5508 (CD)
    1992 - Metronome/Restless, 7 72653-2 (CD)
    1992 - MauMau (UK), MAUCD 623 (CD)
    1992 - Jimco Records (Japan), JICK-89046 (CD)
    1997 - Charly (Germany), CPCD 8285 (CD)
    20?? - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: warning, the Movie Gold CD-R is not a legit reissue!!!
  Note: the Metronome/Restless and MauMau CD pressings have an extra track:

    9/ For A Few Dollars More                   (Ennio Morricone)        4:22

    Recorded at Radio City and Green Street Studios

  Bill Laswell: bass; Henry Kaiser: guitar; Robert Musso: guitar; Grand Mixer
  D.S.T.: turntable; Daniel Ponce: percussion; Anton Fier: drums; Michael
  Beinhorn: synthesizers, tapes, radio, guitar, drums, voice.

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062 - LIVE IN USA 79: Gilli Smyth

    1/ Robot Woman
    2/ Dogs
    3/ Stars
    4/ Improvisation
    5/ Pussy
    6/ Tropical Fish
    7/ Prostitute
    8/ Love Poem
    9/ Pebble
    10/ Time of the Godess
    11/ Dream Poem
    12/ Interlude
    13/ O K Man
    14/ I Wish You No Harm
    15/ The Well
    16/ Absence
    17/ In Between Us
    18/ City Glissing

    (1,7) recorded live in Hartford, Connecticut (USA) on April 19, 1979
    (2-6,8-16) recorded live in Kansas City, USA on May 5, 1979
    (18) recorded live at the Zu Manifestival, Zu House (New York) on October
    8, 1979

  Gilli Smyth: vocals, space whisper; Harry Williamson (1-16): guitar; Bill
  Bacon (1-16): drums; Bill Laswell (1-16,18): bass; Don Davis (1-16): flute,
  saxophone; Mark Cramer (1-16): trombone, keyboards, synthesizers; Daevid 
  Allen (17): vocals; George Bishop (18): saxophone; Michael Beinhorn (18): 
  synthesizer; Chris Cutler (18): drums; Fred Frith (18): guitar. 

    1981 - Otter Songs (UK), OT6 (CT)
    ???? - G.A.S. (UK), GL7 (CT)

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063 - LES POUMONS GONFLÉS: Etron Fou Leloublan

    1/ Nicolas                                  (Jausserand, Thirion)    4:06
    2/ Mimi                                     (Richard, Richard)       2:58
    3/ Exposition Universelle                   (Chenevier)              1:41
    4/ Nicole                                   (Richard, Thirion)       5:42
    5/ La Musique                               (Baudelaire, Thirion)    3:05
    6/ Christine                                (Richard, Richard)       6:46
    7/ Those Distant Waters                     (Richard, Chenevier)     3:24
    8/ Upsalla                                  (Chenevier)              2:05
    9/ Io Prefero                               (Chenevier, Thirion)     4:29
    10/ Pas'L'Sou                               (Jausserand, Chenevier)  3:11

    Recorded at THC, Bernex (Switzerland) in November 1981
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Jo Thirion: Farfisa organ, piano, trumpet, backing vocals; Bernard Mathieu:
  soprano, tenor; Guigou Chenevier: drums, tenor, vocals; Ferdinand Richard:
  bass guitar, vocals; Fred Frith (6,10): guitar, violin.

    1982 - Turbo Music (Switzerland), TMSA 3301 (LP)
    1985 - AYAA (France), dt 0985 (LP)
    1991 - Baillemont (France), CD 929 (3xCD)
    1995 - Musea (France), FGBD 4212.AR (3xCD)
    2003 - Gazul (France), GA 8861 (CD)

  Note: the 3xCD sets contains BATELAGES, LES TROIS FOU'S PERDEGAGNENT, LES 
  POUMONS GONFLES, LES SILLONS DE LA TERRE, et FACE AUX ELEMENTS DECHAINES
  (basically all the LPs by the group except EN PUBLIC AUX ETATS-UNIS).

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064 - SKELETON CREW: Skeleton Crew

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

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

    1982 - no label, no catalog number (CT)

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

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065 - LIVE IN JAPAN: Fred Frith

  These records are subtitled "The Guitars on the Table Approach."

  Volume 1:
    1/ Osaka 1    (July 17 1981)                                        21:42
    2/ Osaka 2    (July 17 1981)                                         2:16 
    3/ Osaka3     (July 17 1981)                                         2:15
    4/ Fukuoka 1  (July 20 1981)                                         9:30

  Volume 2:
    1/ Fukuoka 2  (July 20 1981)                                         9:17
    2/ Maebashi 1 (July 22 1981)                                         8:22
    3/ Fukuoka 3  (July 20 1981)                                        11:22
    4/ Tokyo 1    (July 11 1981)                                         3:50

    Recorded live at Mainichi Kokusai Salon (Osaka), 80's Factory (Fukuoka),
    Kawai Hall (Maebashi), and Nichifutsu Kaikan (Tokyo)
    Collated and adjusted at Sorcerer Sound, New York, by Fred Frith, Greg
    Curry and Adam Moseley

  Fred Frith: 1961 burns black bison guitar, charles fletcher custom-made 
  double-neck guitar, anonymos wrecked violin, WW 2 pilot's throat microphone,
  HH electronic SM200 stereo mixer, amplifier with HH digital effects unit.

    1982 - Recommended Records Japan (Japan), RRJ 003/004 (boxed set with
    2xLP)
    2010 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReRFRO12 (CD)

  Note: each LP was also available separately.

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066 - ALL HAIL: Art Bears

    1/ All Hail                                 (Cutler, Frith)          4:03

    Recorded at Kaleidophon, London during Winter 1980

  Dagmar Krause: vocals; Chris Cutler: drums; Fred Frith: bass, guitar, piano.

    1982 - Recommended Records/Eastern Works (Japan), EW-1002 (red flexi-7")

  Note: this flexy was given away with the July 1982 (No. 22) issue of the
  Japanese magazine FOOL'S MATE.

  See RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER (1982) and HOPES AND FEARS (1978) for
  further references.

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067 - VOICE OF AMERICA: Fred Frith, Bob Ostertag, Phil Minton

    1/ Voice of America (Part 1)                (Frith, Ostertag)       17:04
    2/ Voice of America (Part 2)                (FF,BO,PM)              21:35

    (1) recorded live at P.A.S.S. (New York) in January 1981
    (2) recorded from the Actual Festival at the ICA (London), August 1981

  Bob Ostertag: synthesizer, tapes, radio, contact microphones; Fred Frith:
  guitars, tapes, radio, home-made instruments; Phil Minton (2): voice.

    1982 - Rift Records (USA), Rift 4 (LP)
    1994 - RecRec (Switzerland), ReCRec907 (LP)
    1994 - RecRec (Switzerland), ReCDec907 (CD)
    2001 - Seeland (USA), 518 (limited edition CD-R in metal box)

  Note: the 2001 Seeland reissue is a limited "hand-made" CD-R edition in
  screened metal tin with inserts.

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068 - ONE DOWN: Material

    1/ Take A Chance                            (Beinhorn, Laswell)      4:32
    2/ I'm The One                              (MB,BL,RBF)              5:24
    3/ Time Out                                 (MB,BL,TLL)              4:50
    4/ Let Me Have It All                       (S. Stewart)             5:25
    5/ Come Down                                (MB,BL,RBF)              4:43
    6/ Holding On                               (MB,BL, Brian Eno)       4:38
    7/ Memories                                 (H. Hopper)              4:00
    8/ Don't Lose Control                       (Beinhorn, Laswell)      5:39
    9/ Busting Out                              (BL,MB,FM,NH,RD,T.
                                                Scott)                   8:02

    Recorded at O.A.O. Studio, Brooklyn and RPM Sound Studio, New York City
    Produced by Material

  Michael Beinhorn: Prophet 5, Oberheim, OBXa, DSX Sequencer, Roland TR-808,
  drum machine, Roland vocoder, tapes, percussion; Bill Laswell: Man Sting
  Ray bass, Fender Precision bass, effects; Nona Hendryx (1,4,9): vocals; B.J.
  Nelson (1,4,6): vocals; Nicky Skopelitis (1,6,8): guitar; Nicky Marrero (1,
  3,6): percussions; J.T. Lewis (1,3,6): drums; R. Bernard Fowler (2,5): vo-
  cals; Nile Rodgers (2,5): guitar; Raymond Jones (2,7): Yamaha CP-70 B elec-
  tronic grand piano; Daniel Ponce (2,8): bongos; Tony Thompson (2,5,8):
  drums; Fred Frith (3): guitar; Noris Night (4): vocals; Ronnie Drayton (4,
  6,9): guitar; Yogi Horton (4,7): drums; Oliver Lake (5): saxophones; Whitney
  Houston (7): vocals; Archie Shepp (7): tenor; Thi-Linh Le (8): voice; Jean
  Karakos (8): voice; Fred Maher: drums.

    1982 - Celluloid/Metropolis (Germany) 205 136-320 (LP)
    1982 - Celluloid/Vogue (France), CEL 541 003 (LP)
    1982 - Celluloid (France), CEL 6633 (LP)
    1982 - Elektra/Asylum Records (USA), 9 60206-1 (LP)
    1982 - Elektra (USA), 60206-4 (CT)
    1982 (?) - Celluloid (Japan), 25AP-2754 (LP)
    ???? - Celluloid, CELCD 5504 (CD)
    ???? - Celluloid (Switzerland), CEL. N.Y. 5504 (CD)
    1992 - Jimco Records (Japan), JICK-89047 (CD)
    1992 - Metronome/Restless, 7 72654-2 (CD)
    1997 - Charly (Germany), CPCD 8282 (CD)
    1997 - Movie Play Gold (Portugal), MPG 74047 (CD)
    2006 - Celluloid (USA), CELD5504 (CD)

  Note: (9) is only available on the CD pressings.

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069 - STATE OF THE UNION: various artists

  This record features music by John Lurie (1), Felipe Orrego (2), Peter
  Blegvad/John Greaves (3), Diana Meckey (4), Bill Obrecht (5), Pulsallama
  (6), Bartok Lieberman (7), Michael Boom (8), Squat Theatre (9), A.C. Chubb
  (10), G. Lindahl (11), Arto Lindsay/Toni Nogueira (12), Social Climbers
  (13), Sonorexia (14), Tim Wright (15), Spalding Gray (16), Thi-Linh Le (17),
  Christian Marclay (18), Adele Bertei (19), Ivan Kupala (20), Charles K. 
  Noyes (21), Chris Vine (22), Tuli Kupferberg (23), Sue Hanel (24), Butch 
  Morris/Jessica Hagedorn (25), F.A. Nettelbeck/Wayne Horvitz (26), Martin 
  Bisi/Victoria Galvez Bisi (27), Melody Sumner (28), Marina La Palma (29), 
  Bob Holman/Vito Ricci (30), Artless Time Band (31), Fred Frith/Tina Curran
  (32), Patrick Sumner (33), Hi-Sheriffs Of Blue (34).

  Fred Frith plays on one track in duo with Tina Curran:

    32/ I'm Still Here And I Know What Time It Is                      
                                                (Frith, Curran)          1:05                   

    Recorded at home in New York in 1982

  Fred Frith: drill, drum; Tina Curran: voice.

    1982 - Zoar Records (USA), ZOAR 10 (LP)
    1992 - Arrest Records (USA), AR 003 (CD)
    1993 - Muworks Records (USA), MUW 1016 CD (CD)
    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP69CD (2xCD)

  Note: the CD contains 34 new pieces and the 2xCD adds 78 pieces more.
  Note: the CD was initialy issued by Arrest Records in 1992 but the company
   went out of business simultaneously with the release - there might be some
   copies floating around.

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070 - RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER: various artists

  This double record features Vogel (1), Faust (2), Art Bears (3), Stormy Six
  (4), The Homosexuals (5), Joseph Racaille & Patrick Portella (6), Feliu
  Gasul (7), The Black Sheep (8), Univers Zero (9), Aksak Maboul and The 
  Honeymoon Killers (10), The Work (11), Henry Cow (12), Decibel (13), Art 
  Zoyd (14), The Muffins (15), Heiner Goebbels (16), Amos (17), Conventum 
  (18), Hector Zazou (19), This Heat (20), The Residents (21), R. Stevie Moore
  (22), Ron Pate (23), Picchio dal Pozzo (24), Robert Wyatt (25).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with Art Bears:

    3/ Hail                                     (Art Bears)

    Recorded at Kaleidophon, London during Winter 1980

  Dagmar Krause: voices; Chris Cutler: drums; Fred Frith: guitar, bass, piano.

  and one (in two parts) with Henry Cow:

    12a/ Slice                                  (Cooper)
    12b/ Viva Pa Ubu                            (Hodgkinson)

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland in January and August 1978

  Tim Hodgkinson: organ, sax, clarinet; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, sax; Fred 
  Frith: guitar; Dagmar Krause: voice; Chris Cutler: drums; Georgie Born: 
  bass.

    1982 - Recommended Records (UK), RR eight & nine (2xLP)
    2008 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR 25 A/B (2xCD)
    2008 - ReR Megacorp (Japan), ReR 25 A/B (2xCD)

  Note: there is a trombone playing on (12a), probably AnneMarie Roelofs.
  Note: (3) has been reissued on THE ART BOX (2003), and (12) on WESTERN
  CULTURE (1979).
  Note: a 7" was given away to the subscripters of the 2xLP.
  Note: a CD-5 (same content as the 7") was given away to the subscripters of
  the 2xCD reissues.

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071 - BEST OF RALPH: various artists

  This record features Snakefinger (1,8,12,16), The Residents (2,4,6,7,15,20,
  24,25), Fred Frith (3,14,27), Tuxedomoon (5,9,11,19,26), Yello (10,13,21),
  Art Bears (17), MX-80 Sound (18), Renaldo & The Loaf (22,23).

  Fred Frith plays on four tracks, three under his name:

    3/ Dancing In The Street                    (Stevenson, Gaye)        3:19
    14/ A Spit In The Ocean                     (Frith)                  1:40
    27/ Norrgarden Nyvla                        (Frith)                  3:22

  and one with Art Bears:

    17/ Rats & Monkeys                          (Cutler, Frith)          3:04

    1982 - Ralph Records (USA), RR8251 (2xLP)

  See GRAVITY (1980) for further references on (3,27), SPEECHLESS (1981) for
  (14), and WINTER SONGS (1979) for (17).

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072 - THE TUNES OF TWO CITIES: The Residents

  Fred Frith plays on three tracks:

    5/ Smack Your Lips, Clap Your Teeth                                  3:59
    8/ Smokebeams                                                        2:43
    13/ Open Up

    Recorded between October 1980 and January 1982

    1982 - Ralph (USA), RZ8202 (LP)
    1983 - Ralph (USA), RZC8202 (CT)
    1988 - Torso (Netherlands), 40018 (LP)
    1988 - Torso (Netherlands), CD418 (CD)
    1988 - East Side Digital (USA), CD80282 (CD)
    1997 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 81302 (CD)
    1997 - Bomba (Japan), BOM 22047 (CD)

  Note: (13) is only available on the 1988 CD reissues.

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073 - LIVE AT LOFT SHINJUKU TOKYO JAPAN 23.JULY'81: Fred Frith and Totsuzen 
  Danball

    1/ Session 2                                                        12:14
    2/ Session 3                                                        20:23

    Recorded live at Loft Shinjuku on July 23, 1981
    Produced by Eiichi Tsutaki, Shunji Tsutaki and Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar; Totsuzen Danball: Shunji Tsutaki: guitar; Eiichi Tsutaki
  (1,2): organ (1), drums (2).

    1982 - Floor Records (Japan), FL 1 (CT)
    1991 - Wax Records (Japan), TKCA-30244 (CD)

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074 - RALPH RECORDS 10th ANNIVERSARY RADIO SPECIAL!: various artists

  This record features The Residents, Snakefinger, MX 80, Fred Frith, Yello,
  Tuxedomoon with host Penn Jillette.

    1982 - Ralph Records (USA), RR 8205 (2xLP)
    1982 - Ralph Records (USA), no number (CT)
    1998 - Ralph America (USA), RA003 (CD)

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075 - YOU AND YOUR EMPLOYEES: R. Stevie Moore    

    1/ The Struggling Artist 			(Moore) 		 1:33 
    2/ Shifts 					(Moore) 		 2:09 
    3/ Longhair Mentality 			(Moore) 		 2:33 
    4/ TV Jibes 				(Moore) 		 0:39 
    5/ I've Just Faced My Sister 		(Calamity Jane) 	 2:56 
    6/ A Statement 				(Moore) 		 4:07 
    7/ Stop Makin' Fun O' Me 			(Moore) 		 2:59 
    8/ Identity Of The Owner 			(Moore) 		 2:16 
    9/ Salesmanshit 				(Moore) 		 2:37 
    10/ You In The Chair 			(Moore) 		 2:24 
    11/ On The Air On Mike 			(Moore) 		 1:06 
    12/ Gtr. Dual 				(Frith, Moore) 		 2:14 
    13/ But You Love Me Daddy 			(Kathryn Twitty) 	 2:18 
    14/ Who Deserves It 			(Moore) 		 4:22 
    15/ Time To Leave 				(Moore) 		 2:20 
    16/ Summer Day Reflection Song 		(Donovan) 		 2:53 
    17/ Proper Attire 				(Moore) 		 1:58 
    18/ What About Fellation 			(Moore) 		 4:00 
    19/ Autopsy Party 				(Moore) 		 2:41 
    20/ Marathon Time 2667911 			(Moore) 		 3:25 
    21/ We Need Your Help 			(Moore)	 		 2:15 
    22/ Gtr. Duel 				(Frith, Moore) 		 3:16 
    23/ But You Love Me Daddy (LP) 		(Kathryn Twitty) 	 2:13

    (9) recorded at Sam Goody's Livingston Mall 
    (12,22) recorded as live radio transmission during WFMU Fundraising 
    Marathon 
    (23) recorded at RCA Studio B, Nashville T, on October 15, 1959    

  R. Stevie Moore: vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, drums; Fred Frith (12,
  22): guitar; Irwin Chusid (3): drums; Jim Price (6,10,20): drums, vox; Jim
  Reeves (13,23): vocals, guitar; Dorothy Ann Dillard (13,23): vocals: Bob L.
  Moore (13,23): bass; Floyd Cramer (13,23): piano; Chester B. 'Chet' Atkins
  (13,23): guitar; Murrey M. 'Buddy 'Harman Jr. (13,23): drums; Marvin H. 
  Hughes (13,23): vibes; Anita Kerr (13,23): vocal chorus; Dean Nunley (13,
  23): vocal chorus; William Guilford Wright Jr. (13,23): vocal chorus.    

    1982 - R. Stevie Moore Cassette Club (USA), NJ49 (CT) 
    ???? - R. Stevie Moore CDR Club (USA), NJ49 (CD-R)

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076 - TIME OUT: Material

    1/ Time Out - Edit                          (Laswell, Le, Beinhorn)  5:55
    2/ Time Out - Instrumental Dub Mix          (Laswell, Le, Beinhorn)  6:30

    Recorded at O.A.O. Studio, Brooklyn and RPM Sound Studio, New York City
    Produced by Material

  Bill Laswell: basses; Michael Beinhorn: synthesizers; J.T. Lewis: drums;
  Fred Frith: guitar; Nicky Marrero: percussion.

    1983 - Celluloid (France), CEL 336 004 (12")
    1983 - Celluloid/Elektra/Asylum Records, 0-67916 (12")
    1983 - Celluloid/Elektra/Asylum Records (USA), ED 4909 (promo 12")
    1983 - Celluloid/Elektra/Asylum Records, 7-69823 (7")
    1983 (?) - Celluloid/CBS Sony (Japan), 128AP 2760 (12")

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077 - LIMOGES: Chris Cutler, Fred Frith

    1/ Limoges I                                (Cutler, Frith)
    2/ Limoges II                               (Cutler, Frith)

    Recorded live in Limoges, France on December 13, 1979

  Chris Cutler: drums, etc; Fred Frith: guitar, etc.

    1983 - Ré Records (UK), Ré:duo (7" clear vinyl)
    1986 - Re & Recommended Records (UK), AN7 (16x7")

  Note: this limited edition single (250 copies) was given away to the
  subscribers of LIVE IN PRAGUE AND WASHINGTON (1983).
  Note: the 16x7" box (limited to 700 copies) is called 16 DANCE PARTY SMASH
  HITS and contains 16 previously issued 7"s: 8 from Recommended Records, 7
  from Ré Records and 1 from Ralph Records given as a free bonus.

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078 - CHEAP AT HALF THE PRICE: Fred Frith

    1/ Some Clouds Don't                        (Frith)                  3:12
    2/ Cap The Knife                            (Frith)                  2:47
    3/ Evolution                                (Frith)                  3:21
    4/ Too Much, Too Little                     (Frith, Curran)          2:09
    5/ True Love                                (Frith)                  2:58
    6/ The Welcome                              (Frith)                  2:28
    7/ Same Old Me                              (Frith)                  2:58
    8/ Some Clouds Do                           (Frith)                  2:49
    9/ Instant Party                            (Frith)                  1:53
    10/ Person To Person                        (Frith)                  2:20
    11/ Walking Song                            (Frith)                  3:13
    12/ Flying In The Face Of Facts             (Frith)                  2:38
    13/ Heart Bares                             (Frith)                  4:56
    14/ Absent Friends                          (Frith/Trad. Swedish)    3:58
    15/ The Great Healer                        (Frith)                  2:07

    All but (5,10) recorded at home

  Fred Frith: guitar, 6-string bass, Casio-101, violin, xylophone, voice,
  home-mades; Tina Curran (4): bass; Sheena Dupuis (5): voice; Bill Laswell
  (7): bass; George Cartwright (10): alto; Aksak Maboul (14): clapping; Frank
  Wuyts: drums; Fred Maher: drums; Paul Sears: drums; Hans Bruniusson: drums.

    1983 - New Ralph Records (USA), FF 8356 (LP)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 903 (CD)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 903 (CT)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80572 (CD)
    2004 - ReR/Fred Records (UK), ReR FRO 06 (CD)

  Note: (5,10) are only available on the 1991 pressings.

  (5) originally appeared on THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SUMMER OF LOVE (1987)
  (10) is from the Curlew LP NORTH AMERICA (1985)

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079 - LIVE IN PRAGUE AND WASHINGTON: Chris Cutler, Fred Frith

    1/ Live In Prague (Part 1)                  (Cutler, Frith)
    2/ Live In Prague (Cont.)                   (Cutler, Frith)
    2/ & Washington                             (Cutler, Frith)

    (1,2) recorded during the 8th Prague "Jazz Days" Festival at the Lucerna
    Hall, Prague on May 25, 1979
    (3) recorded DC Space, Washington on December 20, 1979

  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, violin; Chris Cutler: drums, electronic drums,
  noise.

    1983 - Ré Records (UK), Ré 1729 (45RPM 12")

  Note: check also the CD LIVE IN MOSCOW, PRAGUE AND WASHINGTON (1990).

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080 - FRENCH GIGS: Lol Coxhill et Fred Frith

    1/ Reims                                    (Coxhill, Frith)        25:59
    2/ Limoges 1                                (Coxhill, Frith)         9:13
    3/ Poitiers                                 (Coxhill, Frith)         9:52
    4/ Limoges 2                                (Coxhill, Frith)         3:28
    5/ Muenchen/London                          (Coxhill, Frith)        11:38

    (1) recorded in 1981 by Dominique Diebold at la Maison de la Culture André 
    Malraux
    (2) recorded on 10-25-78 by Michel Demily at l'auditorium Ste Croix
    (2,4) recorded 10-26-78 by Jean Claude "James" Dupron to cassette and 
    edited by Fred Frith in New York in November 1982
    (5) recorded by correspondence during winter 1991/1992; guitar recorded by
    Benedykt Grodon at Sound Fabrik studio in Munich and saxophon recorded in
    London

  Lol Coxhill: soprano; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1983 - AAA (France), A 02 (LP)
    1992 - AYAA (France), cdt 0991 (CD)
    1998 - Gazul (France), GA 8609-AR (CD)

  Note: (5) is only available on the CD pressings.

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081 - WHO NEEDS ENEMIES?: Fred Frith, Henry Kaiser

    1/ Hard Time Killing Floor Blues            (Nehemiah "Skip" James)
    2/ The Golden Eighties                      (Kaiser, Frith)
    3/ Everyday Objects                         (Kaiser, Frith)
    4/ The Kirghiz Light                        (Kaiser, Frith)
    5/ Special Rider Blues                      (Nehemiah "Skip" James)
    6/ One of Nature's Mistakes                 (Kaiser, Frith)
    7/ Roy Rogers                               (Kaiser, Frith)
    8/ The Confession                           (Kaiser, Frith)
    9/ Objects Everyday                         (Kaiser, Frith)
    10/ Wool and Water                          (Kaiser, Frith)
    11/ The Trace                               (Kaiser, Frith)

    Recorded at Mobius Music, San Francisco in October 1983
    Produced by Henry Kaiser, Fred Frith & Oliver DiCicco

  Fred Frith: electric guitar, etc.; Henry Kaiser: electric guitar, etc.

    1983 - Metalanguage (USA), ML 123 (LP)

  Note:  all the tracks have been reissued on FRIENDS & ENEMIES (1999).

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082 - THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS

    1/ Clean Plate                              (Fier, Lindsay)          6:31
    2/ Hot Seat                                 (Fier, Miller, Noyes)    5:19
    3/ Under The Cap                            (Fier, Lindsay)          5:35
    4/ Monday Night                             (Fier, Lindsay)          6:38
    5/ Cookout                                  (Fier)                   4:47
    6/ I.D.                                     (Fier, Lindsay)          6:48
    7/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)   7:44

    Recorded at Radio City Music Hall Studio and OAO Studio, New York in 1983
    Produced by Anton Fier and Bill Laswell

  Anton Fier: drums, percussion, DMX; Arto Lindsay (all but (5)): guitar, vo-
  cals; Fred Frith (1,6,7): guitar, violin; Bill Laswell: prepared fretless
  bass, 4, 6 and 8 string basses, shortwave, Steinberger bass, slide bass,
  piano strings, turntables; Jamaaladeen Tacuma (1,7): Steinberger bass; David
  Moss (1,3,7): non rhythmic percussion, Bertoia Sound Sculptures; John Zorn
  (all but (5)): alto, clarinets, game calls; M.E. Miller (2,4): vocals, turn-
  tables; Michael Beinhorn (2,5): DMX, bass drum, piano; Nicky Skopelitis (4,
  6): guitar; Thi-Linh Le (4): vocals; Roger Trilling (5): records.

    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (USA), CELL 5002 (LP)
    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (USA), CELC 5002 (CT)
    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (France), CEL 6662 (LP)
    1983 - OAO Record (UK), OAO 001 (LP)
    1983 - CBS Sony (Japan), 25AP 2755 (LP)
    1987 (?) - Celluloid/OAO, CELCD 5002 (CD)
    1987 (?) - Celluloid/OAO, CELC 5002 (CT)
    1996 - Charly (Germany), CPCD 8198 (CD)
    1997 (?) - Celluloid (USA), CPCD 8198 (CD)
    1997 - Movie Play Gold (Portugal), MPG 74 049 (CD)
    2011 - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: warning, the Movie Gold CD-R is not a legit reissue!!!

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083 - NOIR ET BLANC: Zazou Bikaye CY1

    1/ M'Pasi Ya Pamba                          (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     5:18
    2/ Mangungu                                 (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     5:26
    3/ Dju Ya Feza                              (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     6:34
    4/ Munipe Wa Kati                           (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     4:55
    5/ Eh! Yaye                                 (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     4:57
    6/ Mama Lenvo                               (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     4:14
    7/ Lamuka                                   (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     5:19
    8/ Keba                                     (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     5:18
    9/ Woa                                      (Zazou, Bikaye, CY1)     3:04

    All compositions by Claude Micheli, Guillaume Loizillon and Bony Bikaye
    Arrangements by Hector Zazou
    Recorded at Daylight Studios, Brussels in June 1983

  Bony Bikaye: vocals; Hector Zazou: direction; CY1: Guillaume Loizillon 
  (electronics), Claude Micheli (electronics); Vincent Kenis: guitar; Fred 
  Frith: violin, guitar on (8); Fred Wallich: saxophone; Marc Hollander: cla-
  rinets; Chris Joris: percussion; JF Jones Jacob III (3): drums; Veronique 
  Vincent (4): vocals; Sabine Mesdag (4): vocals.

    1983 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), CRAM 025 (LP)
    1990 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), CRA 2810-2 (CD)
    1990 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), CRAM 2534 (CD)
    2003 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), CRAM 105 (CD)

  Note: the CD pressings add two remixes which were already available on an 
  EP:

    10/ M'Pasi Ya Pamba (remix)                                          6:34
    11/ Eh! Yaye (remix)                                                 5:22

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084 - WINTER OF LOVE: Chris Stamey

    1/ In The Winter of Love (new version)      (Stamey)                 7:10
    2/ Its A Wonderful Life ((violin version)   (Stamey)                 6:00

    (2) recorded at Easter's Drive-In studio
    Violin overdubs on (2) recorded at 39th Street
    (1) produced by Scott Litt
  
  Chris Stamey: guitar, vocals, etc; Ted Lyons: drums, etc; Faye Hunter (1): 
  vocals; Gene Holder (1): bass, guitar; Scott Litt (1): keyboards; Fred Frith 
  (2): violin.

    1983 - Albion Records (USA), 12 ION 1045 (12")

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085 - RESIDUE OF THE RESIDENTS: The Residents

    1/ The Sleeper                              (The Residents)
    2/ Whoopy Snorp                             (The Residents)
    3/ Kamakazi Lady                            (The Residents)
    4/ Boy In Love                              (The Residents)
    5/ Shut Up! Shut Up!                        (The Residents)
    6/ Anvil Forest                             (The Residents)
    7/ Diskomo                                  (The Residents)
    8/ Jailhouse Rock                           (Leiber, Stoller)
    9/ Ups & Downs                              (The Residents)
    10/ Walter Westinghouse                     (The Residents)
    11/ Saint Nix                               (The Residents)
    12/ Open Up                                 (The Residents)

    Produced by The Residents

    1983 - Ralph (USA), RZ-8302 (LP)

  Note: according to the liner notes, Frith plays on "Shut Up! Shut Up!" which
  was also released in England and France on singles.
  Note: Fred Frith also plays on (12).
  Note: all the tracks except (10) have been reissued on RESIDUE DEUX (1998).

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086 - PRESENT TIME: Michael Zentner

    1/ Parts                                    (Zentner)                4:50
    2/ The Search                               (Zentner)                8:02
    3/ Cliche                                   (Zentner)                4:25
    4/ The Jonestown Shuffle                    (MZ,BB,CB,JG,LH,HR)      4:06
    5/ Chapter VII                              (Zentner)                4:45
    6/ A Piece Of Odd                           (Zentner)                4:10
    7/ The Case Of The Stolen Riff              (Zentner)                5:05
    8/ Tears And Spheres                        (Zentner, Yanaginuma)    7:15

    Recorded during Fall and Winter 1979-80 at Open Sky Studios, New York City
    and Unique Recording, New York City
    Produced by Michael Zentner

  Daevid Allen (1): voice; Bill Bacon (2-4): drums; George Bishop (6): tenor,
  soprano, bass clarinet; Peter Blegvad (2,3): chorus; Alan Braufman (1,2,5,
  7): clarinet, alto; Kenwood Dennard (1,6,7): drums; Fred Frith (7): piano,
  percussion, yelling, e-bow; Dan Gandel (1-3,5-7): vibes, bells; John Greaves
  (1,2,4): bass, chorus; Lisa Herman (2,4,5,7): vocals; Percy Jones (2,3,6):
  bass; Steve Moses (5): drums; Hansford Rowe (2-4): bass, melodic bass; Frank
  Wyatt (2): recorders; Vaunette Yanaginuma (8): harp; Michael Zentner: vio-
  lin, guitar, voice, enharmonic harmonica.

    1983 - Red Music (USA), MZ ONE/VR 22615 (LP)
    1983 - CBS (Netherlands), VR22615 (LP)
    1993 - Ozone (USA), OZ006-2 (CD)

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087 - BASELINES: Bill Laswell

    1/ Activate                                 (Laswell, Beinhorn)      3:20
    2/ Work Song                                (BL,MB,GL)               7:11
    3/ Hindsight                                (Laswell, Bisi)          3:54
    4/ Uprising                                 (BL,MB,FF,RSJ)           1:03
    5/ Barricade                                (BL,MB,GL)               4:06
    6/ Upright Man                              (Laswell, Beinhorn)      3:50
    7/ Moving Target                            (Laswell, Bisi)          1:51
    8/ Lowlands                                 (Laswell, Beinhorn)      4:24
    9/ Conservation                             (BL,FF,RSJ,DM)           4:51

    Recorded by Martin Bisi at OAO Studio, Brooklyn (USA)
    Produced by Material

  Bill Laswell: Steinberger bass, Fender fretless Precision bass, Music Man
  Sting Ray bass, Fender 6 string bass, Ibanez 8 string bass; Michael
  Beinhorn (1,2,4-6,8,9): Prophet 5 synthesizer, shortwave, tapes; Ronald 
  Shannon Jackson (1,4,5,8,9): drums; George Lewis (1,2,5,8): trombone; Ralph
  Carney (1,2,5): bass saxophone, contrabass clarinet; Fred Frith (4,5,8,9):
  guitar, violin, Steinberger string console; Daniel Ponce (2,3,6,8): congas;
  Martin Bisi (3,6,7): drums, percussion, synare, metals; David Moss (3,9):
  voice, non metric percussion, steel drum; Phillip Wilson (2): drums.

    1983 - Elektra Musician (USA), Musician 9 60221-1 (LP)
    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (France), OAO 005 (LP)
    1984 - Rough Trade (UK), ROUGH 51 (LP)
    1984 - Celluloid Records, CELLCD 5505 (CD)
    ???? - Celluloid Records (USA), CELD 5505 (CD)
    1992 - Jimco (Japan), 89048 (CD)
    1997 - Charly (Germany), CPCD 8284 (CD)

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088 - STOP THOSE SONGS: V-Effect

    1/ Master/Slave                             (V-Effect)
    2/ Battle Of Algiers                        (V-Effect)
    3/ Feet First                               (V-Effect)
    4/ New Condition                            (V-Effect)
    5/ Placebo #1                               (V-Effect)
    6/ Alley Oops                               (V-Effect)
    7/ Pollyanna                                (V-Effect)
    8/ Mysteries Of The Organism                (V-Effect)
    9/ Fast-Acting Placebo                      (V-Effect)
    10/ Lavaplatos                              (V-Effect)
    11/ A Tree Grows In Managua                 (V-Effect)
    12/ Boyce Life                              (V-Effect)
    13/ Wheat                                   (V-Effect)
    14/ New Song (Old Song)                     (V-Effect)
    15/ Must Go                                 (V-Effect)
    16/ They Can't Get It                       (V-Effect)
    17/ Placebo #3                              (V-Effect)

    (1,2,6,7,8,11,12,13) recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, NY by Martin Bisi
    (3,10,14,16) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg, Switzerland by Robert
    Vogel
    (4,5,9,15,17) recorded live in New York, West Germany, Switzerland and
    Czechoslovakia
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Rick Brown: drums, glockenspiel, vocals; Ann Rupel: bass, organ, vocals; 
  D. Zonzinsky: alto, vocals; Fred Frith: bits of guitar at crucial moments.

    1983 - Rift (USA), Rift 6 (LP)
    2007 - Acute Records (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: the CD pressing has not been released yet.

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089 - DYNAMITE: Dr. Umezu Band

    1/ Off The Door                             (T. Hayakawa)            3:27
    2/ Down Down!                               (T. Hayakawa)            8:20
    3/ In My Shoes                              (K. Umezu)               4:26
    4/ Jayne                                    (Ornette Coleman)        3:45
    5/ Canal                                    (K. Umezu)               4:18
    6/ Coffee Music                             (K. Umezu)               2:59
    7/ Pyrosis                                  (T. Hayakawa)            6:28
    8/ Pretty Kranke                            (K. Umezu)               3:48
    9/ Dynamite                                 (Dr. Umezu Band)         2:47

    Recorded at Vanguard Recording Studio, New York in May 1983
    Produced by Dr. Umezu Band

  Kazutoki Umezu: alto, soprano, vocals; Hiroaki Katayama: tenor, baritone
  saxophone, vocals; Takeharu Hayakawa: bass, vocals; Takashi Kikuchi: drums,
  vocals; Fred Frith (1-3,5-7,9): violin, guitar; Terry Jenoure (1,8): vocals.

    1983 - Barca/London (Japan), L28N-1011 (LP)

  Note: it is not clear if (2) is really by Takeharu Hayakawa (on LIVE AT
  MOERS FESTIVAL, the same composition was attributed to Kazutoki Umezu).

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090 - MISTER HEARTBREAK: Laurie Anderson

    1/ Sharkey's Day                            (Anderson)               7:41
    2/ Langue D'Amour                           (Anderson)               6:12
    3/ Gravity's Angel                          (Anderson)               6:02
    4/ Kokoku                                   (Anderson)               7:03
    5/ Excellent Birds                          (Gabriel, Anderson)      3:12
    6/ Blue Lagoon                              (Anderson)               6:02
    7/ Sharkey's Night                          (Anderson)               2:29

    Recorded at The Lobby
    (1,4,7) produced by Bill Laswell and Laurie Anderson
    (2,6) produced by Roma Baran and Laurie Anderson
    (5) produced by Peter Gabriel and Laurie Anderson
    (3) produced by Laurie Anderson

  Laurie Anderson: vocals, Synclavier, violin, whistle, electronic conches,
  Vocoder, bell, percussion; Adrian Belew (1,3,6): guitar; Anton Fier (1,4):
  drums, toms, woodblock; Bill Laswell (1,3,4,5,6): bass; Daniel Ponce (1):
  iya, ikonkolo, shekere, double bell from the Cameroons; Michelle Cobbs (1):
  back-up vocals; Dolette McDonald (1): back-up vocals; Brenda Nelson (1):
  back-up vocals; Peter Gabriel (2,3): back-up vocals, vocals, Synclavier,
  Linn drum; David Van Tieghem (3,6): plywood, bowls, Simmons drums, drums,
  steel drum, gato, bamboo; Sang Won Park (4): kayagum; Phoebe Snow (4): back-
  up vocals; Atsuko Yuma (4): back-up vocals; Connie Harvey (4): Japanese cho-
  rus; Janet Wright (4): Japanese chorus; Nile Rodgers (5): guitar; Bill
  Blaber (6): soprano; William Burroughs (7): vocals; Fred Frith (?): Syncla-
  vier.

    1984 - Warner Bros. Records (USA), 25077-1 (LP)
    1984 - Warner Bros. Records (USA), ??? (CT)
    1984 - Warner Bros. Records, 92 50771 (LP)
    1984 - Warner Bros. Records (Germany), 925 077-1 (LP)
    1984 - Warner Bros. Records (Germany), 925 077-4 (CT)
    ???? - Warner Bros. Records (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith is not credited on the record but he appears on one track
  playing Synclavier.

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091 - SOUND COSMODEL: various artists

  This record features Nasmak (1), Half Japanese (2), Conventum 82 (3),
  Pseudo-Code (4), The Vincent Units (5), Size (6), Element/L (7), Young
  Tsubotai (8), John Bender (9), Subject (10), S. Weisser (11), Kevin Harrison
  (12), Shoichi Serigano (13), Amos & Sara (14), Feliu Gasull (15), Human
  Flesh (16), Chris Cutler (17), Yochko Seffer (18), Carlos Peron (19), Masami
  Endow (20), Cortex (21), Sonoko Yasuda (22), ShaUl (23), Black Sheep (24),
  Veetdharm Morgan Fisher (25), Banana (26), Uns (27), Die Form (28), Nurse
  With Wound (29), Jon Rose (30), Tatsuo Kohki (31), Geoff Leigh (32), Hamza
  El Din (33), Art Zoyd (34), Dorothea M. L. Franck (35), Mamy (36), Goebbels
  & Harth (37), Walter Schmidt (38), I Scream (39), Con (40), Woo (41), Balkan
  Rebels (42), Deux Filles (43), Magneet Bond (44), Fred Frith (45), Gahi
  (46), Biting Tongues (47), Ludus (48), ZEv (49), Bene Gesserit (50).

    45/ Typical American Family                 (Fred Frith)

    Recorded at home in New York in January 1983 (or 1982?)

  Fred Frith: voice, bowed string.

    1984 - Yaso Extra/2 Atelier Peyotl/Skating Pears (Japan), APSP 018 (LP)

  Note: this record is accompanied with a 28-page booklet.
  Note: (45) has been reissued on the 1991 editions of SPEECHLESS (1981).

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

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

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

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

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

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

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093 - LEARN TO TALK: Skeleton Crew

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

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

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

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

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

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094 - THE LAST NIGHTINGALE: various artists

  This record features Lindsay Cooper, Henry Cow, Chris Cutler, Bill Gilonis,
  Tim Hodgkinson, Adrian Mitchell, Ralph Steadman, Robert Wyatt.

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Henry Cow:

    4/ Bittern Storm Revisited                  (Frith)

    Recorded in 1973 and remixed on October 21, 1984
  
    1984 - Ré Records (UK), Ré 1984 (45RPM 12")

  Note: (4) is a remix of an old Henry Cow tune - Bittern Storm Revisited.

  See UNREST (1974) for further references on (4).

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095 - 4 TRACK EP: Robert Wyatt

    1/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)
    2/ Yesterday Man                            (Chris Andrew)
    3/ Team Spirit                              (MacCormick, Manzanera, Wyatt)
    4/ Memories                                 (Hugh Hopper)

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, piano, keyboards, drums; Dave MacRae (1): piano; Fred
  Frith (1,4): violin, guitar; Richard Sinclair (1,4): bass; Nick Mason (1,4):
  drums; Gary Windo (2,3): alto, tenor; Mongezi Feza (2):trumpet; John Greaves
  (2): bass; Laurie Allan (3): drums; Brian Eno (3): direct inject anti-jazz
  ray gun; Nisar Ahmad 'George' Khan (3): tenor; Bill MacCormick (3): bass.

    1984 - Virgin (UK), WYATT 1 (45RPM 12")

  See I'M A BELIEVER (1974) for further references on (1,4).

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096 - FULL HOUSE: David Moss

    1/ Full House                               (Moss, Lindsay)          1:55
    2/ Impound This Touch                       (Moss, Frith)            3:04
    3/ Tunes                                    (Moss, Laswell)          2:37
    4/ State Of The Whirled                     (Moss, van Tieghem)      3:57
    5/ Heads Up                                 (Moss, Lindsay)          1:54
    6/ The Man With The Rain-Colored Legs       (Moss, Tacuma)           3:05
    7/ Hand Tech                                (Moss, Zorn)             2:41
    8/ Possible Fruit                           (Moss, Lindsay)          1:48
    9/ Fashion Like Edges                       (Moss, Marclay)          1:34
    10/ Liquids Of Choice                       (Moss, Minton)           1:06
    11/ Drum Men                                (Moss, Maher)            3:48
    12/ When I Was 18                           (Moss, Marclay)          2:09
    13/ Drastic Fishers                         (Moss, Frith)            3:21
    14/ Trade-Ways                              (Moss, Guralnick)        4:00
    15/ Shout & Twist                           (Moss, Lindsay)          0:42
    16/ 3-Way Switch                            (Moss, Laswell)          3:00
    17/ All The News                            (Moss, Minton)           3:00
    18/ Husk When Time                          (Moss, Zorn)             1:49
    19/ Amendment 5                             (Moss, Marclay)          1:12

    Recorded at Martin Bisi Studio, Brooklyn in October 1983 and January 1984
    Produced by David Moss
 
  David Moss: drums, percussion, voice, Bertoia Sound Sculptures, water, wood,
  metal, plastic, pods, and small electronics; Fred Frith (2,13): guitar; Tom 
  Guralnick (14): bass, tenor and soprano saxophones; Bill Laswell (3,16): 
  6-string bass; Arto Lindsay (1,5,8,15): vocals, guitar; Fred Maher (11): 
  drums; Christian Marclay (9,12,19): manipulated records on 4 turntables; 
  Phil Minton (10,17): voice; Jamaaladeen Tacuma (6): Steinberger bass; David 
  van Tieghem (4): percussion; John Zorn (7,18): reeds, game calls, saxopho-
  nes.

    1984 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Musics 2010 (LP)
    1992 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers 2088 (CD)

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097 - MATERIAL & FRIENDS: Bill Laswell

  Selection from ONE DOWN, AMERICAN SONGS, MEMORY SERVES, GOLDEN PALOMINOS,
  BASELINES, TEMPORARY MUSIC.

    1/ Take A Chance                            (Beinhorn, Laswell)      4:32
    2/ Discourse                                (Material)               4:07
    3/ Conform To The Rhythm                    (BL,MB,FF)               4:27
    4/ Cookout                                  (Anton Fier)             4:38
    5/ Memories                                 (H. Hopper)              4:00
    6/ Busting Out                              (BL,MB,FM,NH,TS,RD)      3:40
    7/ Work Song                                (Laswell)                4:37
    8/ Secret Life                              (Material)               5:46

  Bill Laswell: 4, 6, and 8 string basses, Steinberger bass, piano strings,
  turntables; Michael Beinhorn (1,2): synthesizers; Nona Hendryx (1,6): voc-
  als; B.J. Nelson (1): vocals; Nicky Skopelitis (1): guitar; J.T. Lewis (1): 
  drums; Nicky Marrero (1): percussions; Cliff Cultreri (2): guitar; Bill 
  Bacon (2): drums; Fred Frith (3): guitar; Fred Maher (3,6,8): drums; Anton 
  Fier (4): DMX; Roger Trilling (4): records; Whitney Houston (5): vocals; 
  Archie Shepp (5): tenor; Raymond Jones (5): Yamaha CP-70 B electronic grand 
  piano; Yogi Horton (5): drums; Ronnie Drayton (6): guitar; Daniel Ponce (7): 
  congas; George Lewis (7): trombone; Ralph Carney (7): bass saxophone, con-
  trabass clarinet; Phillip Wilson (7): drums.

    1984 - Celluloid, CEL 6715 (LP)

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098 - RIDIN' ON A BUMMER: Rascal Reporters

    1/ Elements                                 (Gore)                   3:27
    2/ The Hills                                (Gore)                   2:40
    3/ Rio                                      (Gore, Frith)           15:40
    4/ Mike Newfield                            (Gore)                   0:50
    5/ Barrensphere                             (Kretzmer, Hodgkinson)   6:15
    6/ Without Passion or Peace                 (Kretzmer)               4:43
    7/ Bones Corrale                            (Kretzmer)               1:55
    8/ Barrensphere Revisited                   (R.R., Newhouse)         5:30
    9/ Excerpt from Psyclops                    (Kretzmer)               1:57

    Recorded at Gardner Studios, Oak Park and Hazelton Studios, Detroit bet-
    ween 1981 and 1984
    Produced by The Rascals

  Steve Gore: acoustic piano, casio, WLM organ, synthesizers, drum set, elec-
  tric guitar, electric bass, acoustic guitar, clarinet, recorder, glocken-
  spiel, voice, percussion; Steve Kretzmer: acoustic piano, casio, WLM organ, 
  synthesizers, drum set, electric guitar, electric bass, clarinet, glocken-
  spiel, voice, percussion; Fred Frith (3): extraneous taped material, voice;
  Bill Andrews (3): voice; Rick Barenholtz (1): voice; Tim Hodgkinson (3,5):
  alto, voice; Dave Newhouse (8): alto, tenor, percussion; Mary Ellen Rollins
  (3): cello; Gary Schumacher (2): electric guitar.

    1984 - Hebbardesque Records (USA), HR 004 (LP)
    2005 - Hebbardesque Records (USA), 8 01495-1593-2 3 (CD)

  Note: the record is dedicated to Ennio Morricone.
  Note: all the tracks have been reissued on RIDIN' ON A LAVENDER FREAK 
  (1998).
  Note: the CD reissue has eight extra tracks (none with Frith).

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099 - ESTA ES LA VICTORIA: Skeleton Crew

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

    Recorded live at Ljubljana on 07.10.84

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

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

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.

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100 - FRONT ROCK 1: Reportaz/Skeleton Crew

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

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

  Jacek Halas; Andrzej Karpinski; Piotr Lakomy.

  Side 2: Skeleton Crew

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

  Tom Cora; Fred Frith.

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

  Note: limited edition tape of 57 copies.

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101 - THE EUPHIO: Toshi Tsuchitori

    1/ Trunk Cymbalism When An Elephant Gets To Beating The Top Cymbal With
       Its Trunk                                (Tsuchitori)
    2/ High-Hat Ratation - When A Rat Starts Running Around In The High-Hat
                                                (Frith, Tsuchitori)

    (1) recorded at Laforet Museum Harajuku, Japan on May 17, 1984
    (2) recorded at Housei University Gakkan Hall, Japan on July 20, 1984

  Toshi Tsuchitori: drums, voice; Fred Frith (2): 6-string bass guitar, home-
  made instruments, Casio tone.

    1984 - Balcony Records (Japan), Balcony Boys 2 (LP)

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

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

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

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

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

  See LEARN TO TALK (1984) for further references.

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103 - TENDENZ ZUR AUFLOSUNG DES RHYTHMUS (PARALLEL ZUM PUNK): various
  artists

  This C60 cassette compiled by Veit F. Stauffer features previously issued
  material by Tim Buckley (1), Aksak Maboul (2), Etron Fou (3), Zamla Mammaz
  Manna (4), ZNR (5), Art Zoyd (6), Tuxedomoon (7), Art Bears (8), Residents
  (9), Half Japanese (10), L.Voag (11), Red Crayola (12), Peter Blegvad (13),
  Robert Wyatt (14), People In Control (15), Raincoats (16), This Heat (17),
  The Work  (18).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with Aksak Maboul:

    2/ Modern Lesson                            (Hollander)

  and one with Art Bears:

    8/ Rats & Monkeys                           (Cutler, Frith)

    1984 - Edition Unbeirrt (Switzerland), no number (CT)

  See UN PEU DE L'AME DES BANDITS (1979) for further references on (2) and
  WINTER SONGS (1979) for (8).

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104 - RALPH BEFORE '84 - VOLUME II: various artists

  This record features Snakefinger (1,9), MX-80 Sound (2), Fred Frith (3,6,
  11), Tuxedomoon (4,7), Renaldo and the Loaf (5,8,10).

  Fred Frith plays on three tracks:

    3/ Evolution                                (Frith)                  3:21
    6/ Same Old Me                              (Frith)                  2:58
    11/ Norrgarden Nyvla                        (Frith)                  3:10

    1984 - Korova Records (Germany), 240 564-1 KODE 12 (LP)

  See CHEAP AT HALF THE PRICE (1983) for further references on (3,6) and
  GRAVITY (1980) on (11).

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105 - NEW YORK HIP HOP - BEST OF CELLULOID: various artists

  This record features Material (1,5), Timezone (2), Grand Mixer D. St. (3,6),
  Phase 2 (4), Shango (7), Tribe Two (8).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Material:

    5/ Time Out                                 (Laswell, Le, Beinhorn)  5:54

    1984 - Celluloid/CBS Sony (USA?), 35DP 141 (CD)

  See TIME OUT (1983) for further references on (5).

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

  This tape features Tori Kudo, Che Shizu, A-Musik, Real, Puls-Schlag, Vel,
  Skeleton Crew, John Duncan.
    
    1984 - ??? (Japan), ??? (CT)
    
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107 - Re RECORDS QUARTERLY VOLUME 1 No.2: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Duck & Cover:

    1/ Berlin Programme                                                 27:44

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

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

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

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

  Note: (1) has been reissued on THE ReR QUARTERLY SELECTIONS FROM VOL. 1
  (1991).

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108 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 1: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

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

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

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

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

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

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109 - OPEN CITY: The Muffins

  Posthumous release of earlier recorded material 1977 and 1980.

    1/ Queenside                                (Newhouse)               5:19
    2/ Hobart Got Burned                        (Newhouse)               2:40
    3/ Horsebones                               (Scott)                  2:40
    4/ Antidote To Drydock                      (Newhouse)               5:06
    5/ Zoom Resume                              (Newhouse)               1:28
    6/ Boxed and Crossed                        (Newhouse, Swann)        5:38
    7/ Under Dali's Wing                        (Newhouse)               3:17
    8/ Vanity, Vanity                           (Frith)                  2:47
    9/ Dancing in Sunrise, Switzerland          (Frith)                  3:11
    10/ Blind Arch                              (The Muffins)            8:51
    11/ Expected Freedom                        (Newhouse)               2:21
    12/ In The Red                              (The Muffins)            5:08
    13/ Not Alone                               (The Muffins)           13:38
    14/ Open City                               (The Muffins)            0:52

    (1-7) recorded at the band house on February 21, 1980
    (8-9) recorded at Catch-A-Buzz Studios, Rockville (Maryland) in November
    1979 and at Sunrise Studios, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in January 1980
    (10) recorded live in concert on June 4, 1977
    (11) recorded at Catch-A-Buzz Studios in 1977
    (12-14) recorded at Sound Reasonable Studios on March 3, 1977

  Dave Newhouse: piano, organ, baritone saxophone, alto, soprano, bass clari-
  net, percussion; Tom Scott: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, alto clarinet, oboe,
  flutes, percussion; Billy Swann: electric bass, guitar, percussion, vocals;
  Paul Sears: drums, percussion; Fred Frith (8,9): guitar, piano; Marc
  Hollander (8): alto.

    1985 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 5 (LP)
    1994 - Cuneiform Records (USA), 55010 (CD)
    2001 - Cuneiform Records (USA), 55010 (CD)
 
  Note: (1-5,7) are only available on the CD reissue.
  Note: the LP has a different set of tracks.

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110 - HARD CELL: various artists from Celluloid

  This record features Time Zone (1), Massacre (2), Lightnin' Rod and Jimi
  Hendrix (3), Deadline (4), Golden Palominos (5,7,8), Bill Laswell/Material
  (6).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with Massacre:

    2/ Legs                                     (Massacre)               2:50

  and one with Golden Palominos:

    7/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)   7:47

    1985 - Celluloid, Cell 6121 (LP)
    1985 - Celluloid, CELC 6121 (CT)
    ???? - Celluloid, 6121CD (CD)
    1992 - Mau Mau Records (UK), MAUCD 622 (CD)
    ???? - Celluloid (Switzerland), CEL. N.Y. 5503.11D (CD)

  See KILLING TIME (1981) for further references on (2).
  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (7).

  Note: this record is also included in TRILOGY (1985), a three record set.

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111 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks with the David Moss Dense Band:

    3/ Goliath                                  (Moss)                   4:35
    4/ Marclay's Dance                          (Moss)                   5:55

    Recorded live at Moers Festival, Germany on May 26, 1985

  David Moss: vocal, percussion; Tenko: vocal, guitar; Jon Rose: violin, cel-
  lo; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith: bass; Christian Marclay: turnta-
  bles.

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

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112 - DENSE BAND: David Moss

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

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

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

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113 - NORTH AMERICA: Curlew

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

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

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

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

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

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114 - EPIPHANY/EPIPHANIES: Company

    1/ Epiphany (Part 1)                        (coll. improvisation)   20:20
    2/ Epiphany (Part 2)                        (coll. improvisation)   27:51
    3/ Epiphanies First (duo)                   (coll. improvisation)   15:12
    4/ Epiphanies Second (trio)                 (coll. improvisation)    8:05
    5/ Epiphanies Third (quintet)               (coll. improvisation)   10:45
    6/ Epiphanies Fourth (sextet)               (coll. improvisation)    8:50
    7/ Epiphanies Fifth (septet)                (coll. improvisation)    6:20
    8/ Epiphanies Sixth (trio)                  (coll. improvisation)   18:26

    Recorded in London between June 29 and July 3, 1982

  Ursula Oppens (1,2,5,7): piano; Fred Frith (1,2,5): electric guitar, live 
  electronics, percussion; George Lewis (1,2,5,7): trombone; Anne LeBaron (1,
  2,6,7): harp; Akio Suzuki (1,2,5-8): glass harmonica, analapos, spring gong,
  kikkokikiriki; Julie Tippetts (1,2,4,7): acoustic guitar, voice, flute; Moto
  Yoshizawa (1-3,5,6,8): bass; Keith Tippett (1,2,6,7): piano; Phil Wachsmann
  (1,2,4,6,7): violin, electronics; Derek Bailey (1,2,4,5,8): acoustic and 
  electric guitars.

    1985 - Incus (UK), 46/47 (2xLP)
    2001 - Incus (UK), CD 42/43 (CD)

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115 - TRILOGY: various artists from Celluloid

  This three record set includes the compilations NEW AFRICA 2, HARD CELL and
  BEAT FREAKS.

  This set features music by Toure Kunda, Mandingo, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Manu
  Dibango, Deadline, Time Zone, Massacre, Lightnin' Rod/Jimi Hendrix, Golden
  Palominos, Bill Laswell/Material, D.S.T., The Last Poets, Shango, Jalaluddin
  M. Nuriddin, Tribe 2.

  Frith plays on two tracks of the second disc (called HARD CELL), one with
  Massacre:

    9/ Legs                                     (Laswell, Frith, Maher)

  and one with the Golden Palominos:

    14/ Two Sided Fist                          (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)

    1985 - Celluloid, CELL 80808 (3xLP)
    1986 - Celluloid, ??? (3xCD)

  See KILLING TIME (1981) and THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further refe-
  rences.

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116 - OMAHA: Golden Palominos

    1/ Omaha                                    (Skip Spence)            3:08
    2/ I.D. (Like A Version)                    (Fier, Lindsay)          4:07

    (1) recorded at Evergreen Studio
    (2) recorded at Radio City Music Hall Studio

  Anton Fier: drums, percussion; Bill Laswell: bass; Henry Kaiser (1): guitar;
  Chris Stamey (1): guitar, backing vocals, piano; Michael Stipe (1): vocals;
  Arto Lindsay (2): guitar, vocals; Fred Frith (2): guitar; Nicky Skopelitis
  (2): guitar; John Zorn (2): alto, clarinet, game calls; Derek Stovesand (2):
  intro/outro.

    1985 - Celluloid (USA), SCEL 56 (7")

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on the 12" version (Celluloid CEL 183) which
  has a different B-side.

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117 - LOST IN THE STARS: The Music of Kurt Weill

  This record features covers of Weill's songs by Steve Weisberg, Sting,
  Dominic Muldowney, Fowler Brothers, Stanard Ridgway, Marianne Faithfull,
  Chris Spedding, Van Dyke Parks, Ralph Schuckett, Richard Butler, Bob
  Dorough, Ellen Shipley, John Petersen, Armadillo String Quartet, John Zorn,
  Lou Reed, Carla Bley, Phil Woods, Tom Waits, Dagmar Krause, Mark Bingham,
  Johnny Adams, Aaron Neville, Todd Rundgren, Gary Windo, Charlie Haden,
  Sharon Freeman.
 
    8/ Der Kleine Leutnant Des Lieben Gottes    (Weill, Brecht)          5:22

    Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, New York

  Luli Shioi: voice, whistling, bass, harpsichord; Bobby Previte: drums, tym-
  pani, percussion; Jim Staley: trombone, bass trombone; Guy Klucevsek: accor-
  dion; Carol Emanuel: harp; Fred Frith: guitars, banjo, voice; John Zorn:
  clarinets, alto, celeste, musical saw.

    1985 - A&M Records, SP 9-5104 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records, 395104-2 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (USA), CD 5104 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (France), 395-104-1 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-1 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-2 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-4 (CT)
    1985 - A&M Records (Japan), AMP-28138 (LP)
    1985 - Alfa Records (Japan), 32XB-50 (CD)
    1990 - Amiga (East-Germany), 8 50 505 (LP)
    1994 - Yamaha Hifi/A&M Records (Germany), 009 1994 (promo CD)

  Note: the CD pressings have three extra covers by Henry Threadgill, Van Dyke
  Parks and Elliott Sharp.
  Note: the Yamaha Hifi promo CD is called KONZERT ZUM JAHRESWECHSEL 1994/1995
  - THE MUSIC OF KURT WEILL.

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118 - FACE AUX ÉLÉMENTS DÉCHAÎNÉS: Etron Fou Leloublan

    1/ Lavés À La Machine                       (Richard)                4:19
    2/ Tous Le Poussent                         (Richard)                3:39
    3/ Hors De Son Monde                        (Chenevier)              4:00
    4/ Paris 65                                 (Chenevier)              4:04
    5/ Sous Les Draps                           (Thirion)                3:52
    6/ Comment Choisir Son Infirmière           (Richard)                3:14
    7/ Gifle Hubert                             (Richard)                4:45
    8/ Blanc                                    (Richard, Thirion)       4:13
    9/ Binet D'Eau Froide                       (FR,GC,JT)               0:18
    10/ Plus Rien Ne Nous Retient Dans Ce Pays  (Richard, Chenevier)     3:34
    11/ Mon Petit Chorus                        (FR,GC,JT)               4:12

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in August 1985
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Ferdinand Richard: basses, vocal; Jo Thirion: organ, piano, vocal; Guigou
  Chenevier: drums, saxophone, vocal; Fred Frith (3,4,8,10): guitar, violin.

    1985 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCReC 08 (LP)
    1985 (?) - Review Records (Germany), rere 62 (LP)
    1985 - AYAA (France), dt 1085 (LP)
    1991 - Baillemont (France), CD 929 (3xCD)
    1995 - Musea (France), FGBG 4212.AR (3xCD)
    2009 - Gazul (France), GA 8663 (CD)

  Note: the 3xCD sets contain BATELAGES (1977), LES TROIS FOUS PERDEGAGNENT
  (1978), LES POUMONS GONFLES (1982), LES SILLONS DE LA TERRE (1984) and FACE
  AUX ELEMENTS DECHAINES (1985).

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119 - PLANETA No5: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

    ?/ ???

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

  Fred Frith; Tom Cora; Zeena Parkins.

    1985 - Planetarium (France), No5 (CT)

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120 - CHINA BOOGIE: Toshinori Kondo

    1/ China Boogie                             (Kondo)
    2/ Black Port                               (Kondo)
    3/ Antonio Fire                             (Kondo, Fier, Laswell, Reck)

    Recorded at Polydor Studio, Tokyo
    Produced by Toshinori Kondo (rhythm tracks co-produced by Bill Laswell)

  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet, speaker, voice; Bill Laswell: bass, DX, tapes;
  Anton Fier: percussion, drums; Fred Frith (1): guitar; Reck (1,3): guitar;
  Yasuaki Shimizu (1,2): synthesizer, alto, tenor, bass clarinet.

    1985 - Polydor (Japan), 15MX 2521 (12")

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121 - WELCOME TO DREAMLAND (ANOTHER JAPAN): various artists

  This record features Fake, Saboten, Luna Park Ensemble, Akira/Seiji, Katra
  Turana, Sodaneva, The Honeymoons, Mizutama Shobodan (The Polka Dot Fire 
  Brigade), After Dinner, Ken-Ichi Takeda, Keiji Haino, A-Musik, Chie Mukai,
  Che-Shizu.

    1/ Dig                                      (Fake)                   3:08
    2/ Low Chair                                (Saboten)                3:38
    3/ Scramble Suite                           (Luna Park Ensemble)     4:26
    4/ Timon's Navel                            (Akira/Seiji)            2:59
    5/ Yatara-chan's Annoying Noise             (Katra Turana)           5:20
    6/ 42                                       (Sodaneva)               2:15
    7/ The Formula of Silence                   (The Honeymoons)         3:34
    8/ The Moon Which Lies                      (Mizutama Shobodan)      3:43
    9/ The Room of Hair Mobiles                 (After Dinner)           3:10
    10/ Dumb Like a Fox                         (Ken-Ichi Takeda)        0:18
    11/ As It Is, I Will Never Let It End       (Keiji Haino)            2:54
    12/ The Black International                 (A-Musik)                2:45
    13/ Wandering Hindu                         (Chie Mukai)             1:43
    14/ Festival Song                           (Che-Shizu)              3:21

    (1-5,7,10-14) recorded at Gok Studio, Tokyo in July 1984
    (6,9) recorded at M.U.E. Studio, Osaka in July 1984
    (8) recorded at Soundcraft Studio, Tokyo in September 1984
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Tenko (1,7,8): voice, mechanical toys; Keiji Haino (1,11): voice, guitar;
  Ken-Ichi Takeda (1,10,12): taishokoto, voice; Chie Mukai (1,13,14): kokyu;
  Masami Shinoda (1,12): saxophone, voice; Tetsuto Koyama (1,3,12): bass,
  chorus, voice; Miyamoto (1,8): drums; Fred Frith (1,9,11): forgery, backing
  vocal, scissors; Satomi Makino (2): voice, guitar; Izumi Imazawa (2): voice,
  chorus; Atsuko Sakai (2): drums, chorus; Rolie (3): voice, xylophone; Wataru
  Ohkuma (3): voice, piano, ukelele, glockenspiel, guitar, toy piano; Sentaro
  Minowa (3): drums, metalbowl, chorus; Hideo Tokioka (3): alto; Terry Arai
  (3): chorus; Akira Ijima (4): electric guitars, mandolin, neckless guitar,
  tape, bass drum; Seiji Murayama (4): drums, percussion, Roland TR-808,
  voice; Atsushi Hiroike (5): voice, saucers, aluminium tube; Ayumi Matsui
  (5): violin; Kohta Miki (5): cello; Sawako Fujita (5): piano; Nobuyuki
  Tanaka (5): drums; Kazuo Shimamura (6): guitar; Tomoko Itani (6): guitar;
  Naoto Manabe (6): bass; Kamura (7,8): voices, mechanical toys, bass; Kayo
  (8): piano, electric piano, organ; Manako (8): guitar; Haco (9): voice;
  Yasushi Utsonomiya (9): engeneering, cicada, nightingale (?); Miyuki Komori
  (9): guitar; Seiichi Kuroda (9): tenor; Tadahiko Yokogawa (9): bass, violin;
  Ryo Okuda (9): surumondal, steel drum; Shuichi Chino (12): voice, Liberation
  synthesiser; Akihiro Ishiwatari (12): drums; Tohri Kudoh (12,14): voice,
  organ, guitar; Takuya Nishimura (14): bass; Tsukasa Takahashi (14): drums,
  chango.

    1986 - Celluloid, CELL 5013 (LP)
    1986 - Celluloid/OAO, CELCD 5013 (CD)
 
  Note: Fred participated by piecing together the track by the "group" called 
  Fake out of bits of all the other groups.

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122 - THE BLIND LEADING THE NAKED: Violent Femmes

    1/ Old Mother Reagan                        (Gano)                   0:29
    2/ No Killing                               (Gano)                   5:10
    3/ Faith                                    (Gano)                   4:14
    4/ Breakin' Hearts                          (Gano)                   2:12
    5/ Special                                  (Gano)                   2:16
    6/ Love & Me Make Three                     (Gano)                   2:50
    7/ Candlelight Song                         (Ritchie, de Lorenzo)    3:10
    8/ I Held Her In My Arms                    (Gano)                   2:50
    9/ Children Of The Revolution               (Marc Bolan)             4:17
    10/ Good Friend                             (Gano)                   3:27
    11/ Heartache                               (Gano)                   2:00
    12/ Cold Canyon                             (Gano)                   3:20
    13/ Two People                              (Gano)                   0:57

    Recorded at DV's Perversion Room, Milwaukee (Wisconsin) in July-September
    1985
    Produced by Jerry Harrison

  Gordon Gano: lead vocal, rhythm guitar; Brian Ritchie: bass, lead and rhythm
  guitar, vocals, jaw harp, slide whistle; Victor de Lorenzo: drums, percus-
  sion, tortoise, vocals; The Horn of Dilemma: Steve MacKay (3,8): tenor, ba-
  ritone saxophone; Sigmund Snopek III (3,6,8): keyboards; Peter Balestrieri
  (3): alto, vocals; Steve Scales (2-5,7-11): percussion; Abdulhhameed Alwan
  (7): Arabic tabla, deff; Junior Brantley (3,9): keyboards; Fred Frith (7,9):
  homemade instruments, guitar; Jerry Harrison (2,8-11): keyboards, guitar,
  melodica; Leo Kottke (12): acoustic 10-string guitar; Jim Liban (3): harmo-
  nica; Bill Schaefgen (3): trombone; Drake Scott (7): vocalizing; Shirley
  Simms (9): backing vocals; Lovelace Redmond (9): backing vocals; Connie
  Blomberg (9): backing vocals; Arlene Holmes (9): backing vocals.

    1986 - Slash/WB (USA), 9 25340-1 (LP)
    1986 - Slash Records/Warner Bros., 9 25340-2 (CD)
    1986 - Slash Records/Warner Bros., 9 25340-4 (CT)
    1986 - Slash Records (France), 828 006-1 (LP)
    1986 - Slash Records (UK), SLAP 10 (LP)
    1986 - Bigtime (Australia), BT 7057 (LP)

  Note: Fred Frith plays home-made instruments on (7), guitar solo on (9).
  Note: there is one extra track on the tape ("World Without Mercy").

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123 - THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS: Skeleton Crew

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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125 - THE IMPROVISORS: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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126 - JIMMY BECAUSE (MY NAME IS): Joshua

    1/ Deluxe Version                           (Fried, Shoshkes, Fried) 7:18
    2/ A La Carte Version (Radio)               (Fried, Shoshkes, Fried) 3:56
    3/ Accapella To Go                          (Fried, Shoshkes, Fried) 1:37
    4/ Special Mix Of The Day (Dance Version)   (Fried, Shoshkes, Fried) 6:55
    5/ House Fries Chicago Style (Fast Version) (Fried, Shoshkes, Fried) 2:20

    Recorded by Rod Hui in 1986
    Produced by Joe Mardin and Arif Mardin

  Joshua Fried: voice, tape loops, synthesizer programming, keyboards, percus-
  sion, drums; Deena Shoshkes: voice; Jon Fried: voice; Fred Frith: guitar;
  Joe Mardin: synthesizer programming, keyboards, percussion; anonymous: acou-
  stic piano.

    1986 - Atlantic (USA), 0-86763 (12")
    1986 - Atlantic (USA), DMD 988 (promo 12")

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127 - HEAVEN?: The Residents

    1/ H.E.L.L. No!                                                      2:27
    2/ Excerpt From The Importance Of Evergreen (The Residents)          1:59
    3/ It's A Man's Man's Man's World           (James Brown)            3:44
    4/ Japanese Watercolor                      (The Residents)          1:00
    5/ I Got Rhythm                             (George Gershwin)        3:06
    6/ Ups And Downs                            (The Residents)          3:06
    7/ Serenade For Missy                       (The Residents)          3:15
    8/ Easter Woman                             (The Residents)          1:04
    9/ Amber                                    (The Residents)          1:03
    10/ The Census Taker                        (The Residents)          3:37
    11/ The Moles Are Coming                    (The Residents)          2:57
    12/ Resolution?                             (The Residents)          2:29
    13/ Happy Home                              (The Residents)          4:41
    14/ Crashing                                (The Residents, Renaldo 
                                                & The Loaf)              1:43
    15/ Red Rider                               (The Residents)          1:03
    16/ Floyd                                   (The Residents)          1:04
    17/ Mahogany Wood                           (The Residents, Renaldo 
                                                & The Loaf)              4:16
    18/ Kula Bocca Says So                      (The Residents)          5:03
    19/ Love Leaks Out                          (The Residents)          1:04
    20/ The Simple Song                         (The Residents)          0:59
    21/ Hole-Worker's New Hymn                  (The Residents)          4:22
    22/ Whatever Happened to Vileness Fats?     (The Residents)          4:14
    23/ Excerpt From The Festival Of Death      (The Residents)          3:47
    24/ Twinkle                                 (traditional)            2:00

  The Residents; Nessie Lessons (1,9,13,14): vocal; Fred Frith (4): guitar;
  Snakefinger (7,24): guitar, assorted sounds; Norman Salant (7): saxophone;
  Renaldo & The Loaf (14,17): assorted sounds; Chris Cutler (9,23?): percus-
  sion; Annie Stocking (11,21): backing vocals; Jeanette Sartain (11,21): 
  backing vocals; Joan Cashel (11,21): backing vocals; Ray Hanna (18): back-
  ing vocals; Brian Seff (18): backing vocals; Raoul N. Di Seimbote (18):
  backing vocals.

    1986 - Ryko (USA), RCD 20012 (CD)
    2012 - Cryptic Corporation (USA), RZ1112 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD set is called HEAVEN? HELL! and includes both HEAVEN? (1986)
  and HELL! (?).

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further references on (4).

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128 - HELL!: The Residents

    4/ The Coming Of The Crows                                           1:00
    6/ Shut Up! Shut Up!                                                 1:00

    1986 - Ryko (USA), RCD 20013 (CD)
    2012 - Cryptic Corporation (USA), RZ1112 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD set is called HEAVEN? HELL! and includes both HEAVEN? (1986)
  and HELL! (?).

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further references.

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129 - CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION: Violent Femmes

    1/ Children Of The Revolution               (Bolan)                  3:40
    2/ Heartache                                (Gano)                   2:04
    3/ Good Friend                              (Gano)
    4/ World Without Mercy                      (De Lorenzo)

    1986 - Slash Records/Warner Bros. (USA), 7-28683 (promo 7")
    1986 - Slash Records/Warner Bros. (USA), PRO-A-2422 (promo 12")
    1986 - Slash Records/London (UK), LASHX 7 ZMPSC 10853(886 023-1) (12")
    1986 - Slash Records/London (UK), LASH 7 (7")
    1986 - Slash Records (France), LASH 7 (7")
    1986 - Slash Records/London (France), 886 023-7 (7")
    1986 - Slash Records/London (Spain), 886 023-7 (7")
    1986 - Slash Records/Warner Bros. (USA), BTS 1678 (7")
    1986 - Bigtime (Australia), BTS1678 (7")

  Note: the UK, French and Spanish 7" editions feature (1,2).
  Note: the UK 12" edition features (1,2,3).
  Note: the US and Australian 7" editions feature (1,4).
  Note: the promo 7" and the 12" have the following tracks:

    1/ Children Of The Revolution (edit)                                 3:40
    2/ Children Of The Revolution (LP version)                           4:17

  See THE BLIND LEADING THE NAKED (1986) for further references.

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130 - OUTTAKES FOR OTHER OCCASIONS: Lindsay Cooper

    1/ Tsar's Band - The Assassination - The Evening Before (From The Play
       "The Execution")
    2/ Score From The Film "Give Us A Smile"
    3/ Washing Line (From The Film "Green Flutes")
    4/ Score From The Film "Against The Current"
    5/ Curtain Music From The Play "The Time Of Their Lives"
    6/ Trih's Song

    Recorded in 1979-1984

  Lindsay Cooper: all instruments; Chris Cutler (1,3): percussion, drums;
  Maggie Nicols (2): vocals; Irita Kutchmy (3): flute, saxophone; Vicky
  Aspinall (5): violin; Sally Potter (6): vocals; Georgie Born (6): cello;
  Fred Frith (6): guitar.

    1986 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8603C (CT)

  Note: this C20 tape was given for free to subscribers of the german LP
  pressing of MUSIC FOR OTHER OCCASIONS (1986).

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131 - DISCONET PROGRAM SERVICE VOLUME 9 PROGRAM 3: v.a.

  This record features Joshua (1), Duran Duran (2), Rose Laurens (3),
  Communards (4).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Joshua:

    1/ Jimmy Because (My Name Is) (Edit by Raul)

    1986 (?) - Disconet (USA), MWDN903 (12")

  See JIMMY BECAUSE (MY NAME IS) (1986) for further references on (1).

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

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

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

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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

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133 - PASSED NORMAL VOL. 1: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on 6 tracks with Skeleton Crew:

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

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

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

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

  Note: (2) has been released on CD on PASSED NORMAL VOL.4 (1991).

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134 - BAD NEWZ CASSETTE ZINE #2: various artists

  This tape features Brian Clemons, Paranormals, Radio Free Zone, Fred Frith,
  Bob Z, etc.

    ?/ ??

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    1987 - Bad Newz (USA), #2 (CT)

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135 - NOUS AUTRES: Fred Frith, René Lussier

    1/ Cage De Verre                            (Lussier)                3:38
    2/ The Same Wild Fall                       (Frith)                  3:19
    3/ Ketsui                                   (Frith, Lussier, Ueno)   5:02
    4/ Plaisirs Instantanés                     (Lussier)                2:52
    5/ Iceberg                                  (Lussier, Letarte)       6:03
    6/ Solo En Ré Mineur                        (Frith)                  1:26
    7/ De Mémoire                               (Lussier)                1:33
    8/ Two Squares And Three Circles            (Frith, Lussier, Cora)   6:29
    9/ Cage De Fer                              (Frith)                  2:08
    10/ J'Aime La Musique                       (Lussier, Anders)        5:00
    11/ Domaine Revisited                       (Lussier, Letarte)       3:41
    12/ Riaville Bump                           (Lussier, Morton)        2:14

    Recorded live at the 4eme Festival International de Musique Actuelle de
    Victoriaville (Canada), on October 4, 1986, and additional recording at
    Studio Victor (Montreal), December 21-24, 1986
    Produced by Michel Levasseur

  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, drums, violin, piano, voice, rhythm box; René 
  Lussier: guitar, percussions, bass, voice, tapes; Tenko Ueno (3): voice; 
  Christoph Anders (10): voice, tapes; Geneviève Letarte (5,11): voice; Chris 
  Cutler (1): little instruments.

    1987 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO 01 (LP)
    1992 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd01 (CD)

  Note: the CD has a different set of tracks:

    1/ Cage de Verre                            (Lussier)                3:38
    2/ The Same Wide Wall                       (Frith)                  3:19
    3/ Vinegar Mintues                          (Frith, Lussier)         1:42
    4/ Ketsui                                   (Frith, Lussier)         5:02
    5/ Plaisirs Instantanés                     (Lussier)                2:52
    6/ Fun In America                           (Frith, Lussier)         2:12
    7/ Iceberg                                  (Lussier, Letarte)       6:03
    8/ Solo en Ré mineur                        (Frith)                  1:26
    9/ De Mémoire                               (Lussier)                1:33
    10/ Two Squares And Three Circles           (Frith, Lussier, Cora)   6:29
    11/ Assuming They're Human                  (Frith, Lussier)         2:49
    12/ Cage De Fer                             (Frith)                  2:08
    13/ J'aime La Musique                       (Lussier, Anders)        5:00
    14/ Une Poignee De Clous                    (Frith, Lussier)         1:53
    15/ Domaine Revisited                       (Frith, Letarte)         3:41
    16/ Riaville Bump                           (Lussier, Morton)        2:14

    (3,6,11,14) recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studio, New York on January 6, 1992

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136 - LIVE, LOVE, LARF & LOAF: French, Frith, Kaiser, Thompson

    1/ Wings A La Mode                          (Adams, French)          2:38
    2/ Killerman Gold Posse                     (Thompson)               1:42
    3/ Where's The Money?                       (Frith)                  3:48
    4/ Hai Sai Oji-San                          (Shokichi Kina)          2:37
    5/ Drowned Dog Black Night                  (Thompson)               6:45
    6/ Surfin' USA                              (Berry)                  2:18
    7/ DrumBo Ogie                              (French)                 5:02
    8/ A Blind Step Away                        (Thompson)               5:38
    9/ The Second Time                          (French, Frith)          2:58
    10/ Tir-Nan-Darag                           (Kaiser, Thompson)       5:17
    11/ Disposable Thoughts                     (French)                 2:55
    12/                                                                  5:40
      12a/ Bird In God's Garden                 (Archuletta)
      12b/ Lost And Found                       (Frith)
    13/ That Same Thing                         (Frith)                  6:50

    Recorded at Mobius Music, San Francisco in March 1987
    Produced by Henry Kaiser

  John French: drums, vocals; Fred Frith: bass, violin, vocals, guitar; Henry
  Kaiser: guitar, sanshin; Richard Thompson: guitar, vocals.

    1987 - Rhino (USA), RNLP 70831 (LP)
    1987 - Rhino (USA), RNCD 70831 (CD)
    1987 - Rhino (USA), ??? 70831 (CT)
    1988 - Demon (UK), FIEND 102 (LP)
    1988 - Demon Records (UK), Fiend CD 102 (CD)
    1996 - Shanachie (USA), 5711 (CD)
    2000 - Diablo Records (UK), ??? (CD)
    2008 - Fledg'ling (UK), 3067 (CD)

  Note: (7,13) are only available on the CD pressings.
  Note: the order of the tracks is slightly different on the Shanachie CD
  pressing, where (7) is moved to (12).
  Note: in Borneo, Sumatra and certain Asian territories, this record was
  issued under the name DEAD MAN'S GLOOM (courtasy Maciej Kostecki).
  Note: the design of the Shanachie reissue is quite different from the ori-
  ginal one.

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137 - FESTIVAL MIMI 86: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one under his name:

    4/ Making Seek And Hide                     (Frith)                  2:56

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

  Frith: guitar.

  and one with Skeleton Crew:

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

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

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

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

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138 - THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SUMMER OF LOVE: various artists

  This compilation contains songs by Half Japanese, Fred Frith, Shockabilly,
  Sharky's Machine, The Shaved Pigs, The Moon, The Workdogs, Missing
  Foundation, Artless, Krack House, Bongwater, Tuli Kupferberg, Carney/Hild/
  Kramer, Fish and Roses, No Safety, Men and Volts, Samm and Dave, The
  Spongehead Experience, Steve Taylor and Allen Ginsberg, George Cartwright,
  Scott Williams, Otto Kentrol, Laraaji.

  Fred Frith plays on one track under his name:

    2/ True Love                                (Frith)

    Recorded at Noise, New York
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, voice, drums, keyboards; Sheena Dupuis: voice.

    1987 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy-001 (LP)
    1987 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 1 (CT)
    1987 - Shadowline Records (Netherlands), SR6787 (LP)
    ???? - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 9024 (CD)
    199? - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5001 (CD)

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139 - MUMBO JUMBO: Jim Staley

    1/ untitled                                                          5:30
    2/ untitled                                                          2:40
    3/ untitled                                                          5:30
    4/ untitled                                                          7:56

    Recorded at Battery Sound, New York City on June 18, 1986
    Produced by Jim Staley

  Wayne Horvitz: piano, DX-7, RX-11 drum machine; Elliott Sharp: double-neck
  guitar/bass, soprano saxophone; Jim Staley: trombone.

    5/ untitled                                                          2:00
    6/ untitled                                                          4:39
    7/ untitled                                                          3:33
    8/ untitled                                                          3:58
    9/ untitled                                                          4:20
    10/ untitled                                                         4:15

    Recorded at Radio City Studio, New York City on July 13, 1986
    Produced by Jim Staley

  Shelley Hirsch: voice; Samm Bennett: drums, percussion, electronic percus-
  sion; Jim Staley: trombone.

    11/ untitled                                                         4:20
    12/ untitled                                                         1:00
    13/ untitled                                                         3:32
    14/ untitled                                                         4:38
    15/ untitled                                                         2:03
    16/ untitled                                                         4:33
    17/ untitled                                                         4:31
    18/ untitled                                                         0:40
    
    Recorded at Radio City Studio, New York City on August 23, 1986
    Produced by Jim Staley and Fred Frith

  Bill Frisell: guitar; Ikue Mori: drums, drum machine; Jim Staley: trombone.

    19/ untitled                                                         6:00
    20/ untitled                                                         4:45
    21/ untitled                                                         5:48
    22/ untitled                                                         4:20

    Recorded at The Ranch, New York City on November 3, 1986
    Produced by Jim Staley

  John Zorn: alto; Fred Frith: electric and acoustic guitars, vocals; Jim
  Staley: trombone.

    1987 - Rift (USA), Rift 12 (2xLP)
    1995 - Einstein Records (USA), Einstein 004 (CD)
    2010 - Einstein Records (USA), EIN 019 (2xCD)

  Note: a few tracks are missing on the 1995 CD reissue; also the tracks have
  now a name:

    1/ Spectacular Bid  (Bill Frisell/Ikue Mori)                         4:20
    2/ Secretariat      (Fred Frith/John Zorn)                           4:45
    3/ Sunny's Halo     (Sam Bennett/Shelley Hirsch)                     4:39
    4/ Spend a Buck     (Wayne Horvitz/Elliott Sharp)                    5:30
    5/ Affirmed         (Bill Frisell/Ikue Mori)                         3:32
    6/ Gato del Sol     (Sam Bennett/Shelley Hirsch)                     3:33
    7/ Foolish Pleasure (Bill Frisell/Ikue Mori)                         4:33
    8/ Phesant Colony   (Sam Bennett/Shelley Hirsch)                     4:20
    9/ Bold Forbes      (Bill Frisell/Ikue Mori)                         2:03
    10/ Swale           (Wayne Horvitz/Elliott Sharp)                    7:56
    11/ Cannonade       (Fred Frith/John Zorn)                           6:00
    12/ Genuine Risk    (Sam Bennett/Shelley Hirsch)                     4:15
    13/ Ferdinand       (Wayne Horvitz/Elliott Sharp)                    5:30
    14/ Riva Ridge      (Fred Frith/John Zorn)                           5:48
    15/ Seattle Slew    (Bill Frisell/Ikue Mori)                         4:34

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140 - NO AGE: A Compilation Of SST Instrumental Music

  This record features music by Black Flag, Blind Idiot God, Henry Kaiser,
  Elliott Sharp, Lee Ranaldo, Lawndale, Glenn Phillips, Pell Mell, Paper Bag,
  Scott Dolby, Universal Congress Of, Steve Fisk, Gone, Alter Natives, Fred
  Frith and Henry Kaiser.

  Fred Frith plays on one track in duo with Henry Kaiser:

    18/ The Trace                               (Frith, Kaiser)          2:52

    1987 - SST Records (USA), SST 102 (2xLP/CT)
    1987 - SST Records (USA), SST CD 102 (CD)

  See WITH ENEMIES LIKE THESE, WHO NEEDS FRIENDS? (1987) for further referen-
  ces.

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141 - SLOPE - GRADUAL DISAPPEARANCE: Tenko

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

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

    Recorded at Noise New York
    Produced by Tenko and Fred Frith

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

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

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142 - JOYEUX NOEL - MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with John Zorn:

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

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York

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

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

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

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143 - WITH ENEMIES LIKE THESE, WHO NEEDS FRIENDS?: Fred Frith, Henry Kaiser

    1/ The Trace                                (Frith, Kaiser)          2:52
    2/ Three Languages                          (Frith, Kaiser)          9:30
    3/ Love In Hell                             (Frith, Kaiser)          5:37
    4/ Twisted Memories Give Way To The Angry Pleasant
                                                (Frith, Kaiser)          3:50
    5/ One Of Nature's Mistakes                 (Frith, Kaiser)          2:06
    6/ Roy Rogers                               (Frith, Kaiser)          5:00
    7/ It Sings                                 (Frith, Kaiser)          5:40
    8/ Drowsy Maggie                            (Frith, Kaiser)          4:40
    9/ The Kirghiz Light                        (Frith, Kaiser)          4:55
    10/ The Golden Eighties                     (Frith, Kaiser)          5:42
    11/ Objects Everyday                        (Frith, Kaiser)          3:16
    12/ The Changing Of Names                   (Frith, Kaiser)          5:45
    13/ It Moves...                             (Frith, Kaiser)          2:00
    14/ One-Eyed Theater                        (Frith, Kaiser)          3:15
    15/ Dog Puppet Born Out Of A Sock           (Frith, Kaiser)          3:21
    16/ Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues           (Skip James)             3:30

    (1,5-6,9-11,16) recorded at Mobius Studio, San Francisco in October 1983
    (2,4,7,12-13) recorded at Mobius Studio, San Francisco in July 1979
    (3,8,14-15) recorded live at Wolfgangs, San Francisco, Mc Cabe's, Santa
    Monica and Kuuwumba Jazz Society, Santa Cruz in October 1984
    Produced by Fred Frith and Henry Kaiser
 
  Henry Kaiser: guitar, bass, keyboards, Linn drum; Fred Frith: guitar, bass,
  violin, keyboards, Linn drum, voice, marimba.
    
    1987 - SST Records (USA), SST CD 147 (CD)

  Notes: the CD constitutes a selection from an unreleased live album by 
  Frith and Kaiser (1984) combined with tracks from duo albums WITH FRIENDS
  LIKE THESE (1979) and WHO NEEDS ENEMIES? (1983), originally released on
  Metalanguage Records.
  Note: all the tracks have been reissued on FRIENDS & ENEMIES (1999).

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144 - FORWARD OF SHORT LEG: Jon Rose

  This record features Jon Rose in different combinations with David Moss,
  Elliott Sharp, Evan Parker, Shelley Hirsch, Paul Rutherford, Eugene 
  Chadbourne, Roger Turner, Wayne Horvitz, Barry Guy, Christian Marclay, John
  Russell, Jim Denley, Luc Houtkamp, Maggie Nicols, Fred Frith, Michael 
  Tinney, Richard Ratajczak, Marcel Cuypers, Jo 'Doc' Rosenberg, Tenko, John
  Gillies.

    1/ In The Covers                            (improvisation)          1:46
    2/ Third Man                                (improvisation)          2:57
    3/ Square Of Deep                           (improvisation)          2:59
    4/ Backward Of Point                        (improvisation)          4:34
    5/ Second Slip                              (improvisation)          1:49
    6/ Square Leg                               (improvisation)          5:58
    7/ On The Boundary                          (improvidation)          2:22
    8/ First Slip                               (improvisation)          2:22
    9/ Long On                                  (improvisation)          2:57
    10/ Mid Off                                 (improvisation)          0:41
    11/ New Feet                                (improvisation)          2:36
    12/ The Ashes                               (improvisation)          2:58
    13/                                         (Rose)                   2:22
      13a/ No Ball
      13b/ Hendrix Declares
      13c/ Parker In The Gulley
    14/ Billy Bong (Bang) For Six               (improvisation)          2:38
    15/ Fine Leg (3 extracts)                   (improvisation)          4:37
    16/ Shuffle                                 (improvisation)          1:10

    (1,3) recorded in Sydney in 1983
    (2,5) recorded in Sydney in 1984
    (4) recorded in London in 1981
    (6,13,15) recorded in New York City in 1986
    (7) recorded in Mainz in 1985
    (8) recorded in Basel in 1985
    (14) recorded in Wuppertal in 1985
    (9) recorded in London in 1980
    (10) recorded Chicago in 1986
    (11,16) recorded in Vienna in 1985

  Jon Rose: violin, 19 string electric violin, cello, 19 string cello, piano;
  Michael Tinney (1,3): bass guitar; John Gillies (1,3): drums; Maggie Nicols
  (2,5): voice; Jim Denley (2,5): flute, flax; Luc Houtkamp (2,5): tenor;
  Marcel Cuypers (2,5): piano; Roger Turner (2,4,5): percussion; Richard
  Ratajczak (2,5): contrebass; Paul Rutherford (4): trombone; Elliott Sharp
  (6,13): guitar/bass; Wayne Horvitz (6,11,13,16): keyboards; David Moss (7,8,
  11,14,16): voice, percussion; Eugene Chadbourne (10): Fender plunger; Evan
  Parker (9): soprano; Barry Guy (9): contrebass; John Russell (9): guitar;
  Fred Frith (11,16): guitar; Tenko (11,16): voice; Christian Marclay (11,16):
  turntables; Jim Meneses (11,16): drums; Shelley Hirsch (15): voice.

    1987 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7529 (LP)

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145 - ESCAPE FROM NOISE: Negativland

    1/ Announcement                                                      1:51
    2/ Quiet Please                                                      2:17
    3/ Michael Jackson                                                   2:08
    4/ Escape From Noise                                                 2:36
    5/ The Playboy Channel                                               1:32
    6/ Stress In Marriage                                                1:35
    7/ Nesbitt's Lime Soda Song                                          3:08
    8/ Over The Hiccups                                                  1:28
    9/ Sycamore                                                          2:29
    10/ Car Bomb                                                         2:03
    11/ The Methods Of Torture                                           1:23
    12/ Yellow Black And Rectangular                                     2:14
    13/ Backstage Pass                                                   1:15
    14/ Christianity Is Stupid                                           3:55
    15/ Time Zones                                                       5:28
    16/ You Don't Even Live Here                                         2:30
    17/ The Way Of It                                                    1:12
    18/ Endscape                                                         0:37

    Recorded at our home (R.I.P. IHS) and other people's homes 1983 through
    1987

  Mark Hosler: voice, synthesizers, guitars, voice tapes, percussion, rhythm
  loops, bomb parts, David manipulation, tiny metal banjo, recorder, lots of
  other noises, mix; Don Joyce: yelling, talking tapes, electric tympani,
  synthesizer, lyrics, singing, booper bee, bomb parts and assembly, noise
  everywhere, mix; Chris Grigg: drums, synthesizer, singing, computer and
  software, field recordings, mix; David Wills: talking, shortwave, family
  tape, bomb parts, regular booper; Richard Lyons: singing, lyrics, voice; Ian
  Allen (9,10,15): helicopter, rhythm loop, bell; Jello Biafra (5): toilet
  flushing; Das (2): voice tapes; Dina Emerson (16): wordless vocals; Steve
  Fisk (3): optigon, voice tapes; Tera Freeman (13): voice tapes; Phil
  Freihofner (10): bomb parts; Ed Markmann : paid voice; Fred Frith (3): urban
  drum, halfspeed violin; Jerry Garcia (13): sounds, chimes; Alexander Hacke
  (14): metal noises; Mickey Hart (13): percussion, processed animals; Tom
  Herman (11): torture guitars; Henry Kaiser (2): doublespeed disco guitars;
  Louisa Michaels (8): singing; Mark Mothersbaugh (5): jazz bass, jimi
  hendrix, e-cussion, saxophone, noises (5); The Residents (16): hoots and
  clanging; Rev. Ivan Stang (14): larynx; Rand Weatherwax (2): hits, e-cus-
  sion; Rob Wortman (16): leaf blower.

    1987 - SST (USA), 133 (LP)
    1987 - SST (USA), SST CD 133 (CD)
    1987 - SST (USA), SSTC 133 (CT)
    1987 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 17 (LP)
    1987 - Penguin (Greece), 30041 (LP)
    1999 - Seeland (USA), 006 (CD)

  Note: the track ordering on the CT pressing is totally different.

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

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

  Frith plays on two tracks, one with Skeleton Crew:

    6/ The Sparrow Song                         (Frith)                  1:26
 
    Recorded at Sunrise Studios, Kirchberg in December 1985

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

  and one with Martin Bisi:

    9/ Kaw-Liga                                 (Hank Williams)          3:46
  
    Recorded at B.C. Studio

  Martin Bisi: drums, rattle; Sandra Seymour: pedal steel guitar, voice; Fred
  Frith: guitar, fiddle.
 
    1987 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8707d (2xLP)
    1991 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8707cd (CD)

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

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147 - BREAKING NO NEW GROUND!: Bongwater

    1/ Ride My See-Saw                          (Lodge)
    2/ Barely Coping                            (Magnuson, Kramer)
    3/ 4 Sticks                                 (Page, Plant)
    4/ U.S.O.                                   (Magnuson, Kramer)
    5/ His New Look                             (Magnuson, Kramer)
    6/ Julia                                    (Lennon)

    Recorded at Noise New York
    Produced by Kramer

  Ann Magnuson; Kramer; David Licht; Fred Frith; Davey Williams; Chris 
  Cochrane; Samm Bennett; Axle Stone Lead.

    1987 - Shimmy Disc (USA), shimmy-0002...EP (45RPM 12")
    1987 - Shadowline Records (Netherlands), SR6887 (12")

  Note: all these tracks are available on the CD pressings DOUBLE BUMMER/
  BREAKING NO NEW GROUND (1989) and BOX OF BONGWATER, THE COMPLETE BONGWATER
  COLLECTION (1998).

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148 - ARS SRA: La 1919

  Lato Ars:
    1/ Una Giornata Particolare                 (Chianura)              14:45
    2/ Il Sogno di F.F.                         (Chianura)               3:20
    3/ Tenda Rossa                              (Chianura)
    4/ Killing Time                             (Fred Frith)             1:40
  Lato srA:
    5/ Vivace!                                  (Oswald, Kaiser,
                                                Chianura)                1:10
    6/ Underwater Photography                   (Chianura, Kaiser)       2:35
    7/ resiaKyrneH                              (Chianura, Kaiser)       3:30
    8/ Hawaii 5.0.                              (Chianura, Kaiser)       2:05
    9/ Progetti Di Grandi Citta Con Terrazze    (Martini, Chianura)      4:00
    10/ Il Margine                              (Avogadri, Kaiser,
                                                Chianura)                4:30
    11/ Gli Eroi Del Lavoro                     (Martini, Chianura)      4:30

    Recorded between May 1985 and January 1987
    (5-8) recorded in Milano and in Oakland, California
    (9-11) recorded live in 1986

  Piero Chianura (1,2,3-11): low cost sampler, drumtracks, bass, acelerations, 
  kryboards, file, voices, loops; Luciano Margorani: guitar, CZ 101, tapes, 
  drumtracks, graffette, voices, metal bar, accelerations, keyboards, file, 
  loops; Enrico Salvi (1): GR 3000, reverse voice; John Oswald (5): alto; 
  Henry Kaiser (5-8): synclavier, guitar; Fabio Martini (9-11): bass clarinet, 
  clarinet, CZ 101; Angelo Avogadri (10): guitar, noises.

    1987 - Auf Dem Nil/Recommended Records Italia (Italy), DMM 005 R/2 (LP)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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149 - AGAINST NO WALL: Rebby Sharp

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

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

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

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

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

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150 - ESKIMO: The Residents

    8/ Dumbo The Clown                                                   2:07
    10/ Time's Up                                                        2:54

    1987 - East Side Digital (USA), rESiDe 2 (CD)
    1987 - Torso (Netherlands), CD404 (CD)

  Note: although Fred Frith does not appear on ESKIMO, these CD pressings have
  two bonuses featuring Fred Frith.

  See SUBTERRANEAN MODERN (1979) for further references on (8,10).

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151 - SST GODHEAD STOREDUDE IN-STORE PLAY DEVICE #4: various artists 

  This promo tape features Divine Horsemen (1), These Immortal Souls (2), Pell 
  Mell (3), Negativland (4), Always August (5), H.R. (6), Paper Bag (7), Zoogz
  Rift (8), Meat Puppets (9), Dinosaur Jr. (10), Semantics (11), Pat 
  Ruthensmear (12), Brian Ritchie (13), Descendents (14), Scott Colby (15), 
  Firehose (16), Sonic Youth (17), Steve Fisk (18), Fred Frith (19).

  Fred Frith plays on one track:

    19/ Jigsaw Coda				(Fred Frith)		 3:04

    1987 - SST Records (USA), no cat. number (promo CT)

  See THE TECHNOLOGY OF TEARS (1988) for further references on (19).

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152 - NEVER MIND THE SEX PISTOLS HERE'S BONGOS, BASS, AND BOB! (WHAT ON EARTH 
  WERE THEY THINKING?): Bongos, Bass, And Bob

    1/ Oral Hygiene                                                      2:34
    2/ Clothes Of The Dead                                               3:29
    3/ Walkin' In The Park                                               1:46
    4/ Temporarily Like Bob Dylan                                        5:00
    5/ Li'l Bluebird                                                     1:58
    6/ Mr. Lemke                                                         3:51
    7/ Hey Shirley                                                       2:34
    8/ What's Your Name Babe?                                            2:26
    9/ Rent Control (Our Life Together)                                  3:02
    10/ Jackson                                 (Rodgers, Wheeler)       3:00
    11/ Clearly Unhealthy                                                4:06
    12/ Cain't Grow A Beard                                              3:53
    13/ Payday                                                           2:32
    14/ Thorazine Shuffle                                                5:07
    15/ Die Tryin' To Escape                                             2:01
    16/ Girls With Guns                                                  3:07
    17/ Gun In My Hand (And I'm Waitin' On My Woman)                     6:13

    Recorded at Noise New York
    Produced by Kramer

  Rob "Running" Elk: guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals, little boy noises; Dean
  J. Seal: bongos, vocals, whistling, little boy noises; Penn Jillette: bass,
  mouth organ, vocals, phony tom tom, high hat, mouth noises; Kramer (2,3,5,6,
  9,11,15): siren whistle, phoney strings, fake accordion, whistle, backing
  vocals, fake B3, noise, slide guitar, phony horns; Fred Frith (5,8,10): vio-
  lin; Ann Magnuson (5,10?): backing vocals; Rudy Teller (11,16,17): phoney B3
  organ, vocals, fake sitar and tabla; Sweetie Pie (15): backing vocals; Marc
  Garland (15,16): backing vocals.

    1988 - 50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts (USA), 50 Skidd Watts 003 (LP)
    1988 (1989?) - LSR Records/50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts 
    (USA), BBB3 (LP)
    1988 (1989?) - LSR Records/50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts 
    (USA), ??? (CT)
    1989 - LSR Records/50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts (USA), 
    BBB3-2 (CD)

  Note: the first LP edition has a bootleg style rubber-cover and is limited 
  to 1000 copies (promo only, not for sale).
  Note: the LP editions have two sides B!
  Note: (10) is only available on the CD edition.

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153 - RIVER OF NO RETURN: various artists

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

    4/ Trees                                    (Skeleton Crew)

    Recorded live on January 15, 1986 in Mensa, Aachen

  Fred Frith; Tom Cora; Zeena Parkins.

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

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154 - WINTER SONGS/THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY: Art Bears

    1/ The Bath of Stars                        (Cutler, Frith)          1:45
    2/ First Things First                       (Cutler, Frith)          2:45
    3/ Gold                                     (Cutler, Frith)          1:40
    4/ The Summer Wheel                         (Cutler, Frith)          2:38
    5/ The Slave                                (Cutler, Frith)          2:31
    6/ The Hermit                               (Cutler, Frith)          2:52
    7/ Rats & Monkeys                           (Cutler, Frith)          3:06
    8/ The Skeleton                             (Cutler, Frith)          3:04
    9/ The Winter Wheel                         (Cutler, Frith)          3:01
    10/ Man & Boy                               (Cutler, Frith)          3:18
    11/ Winter/War                              (Cutler, Frith)          5:42
        Force                                   (Cutler, Frith)
        Three Figures                           (Cutler, Frith)
    12/ Three Wheels                            (Cutler, Frith)          3:26
    13/ The Song of Investment Capital Overseas (Cutler, Frith)          2:34
    14/ TRUTH                                   (Cutler, Frith)          2:52
    15/ FREEDOM                                 (Cutler, Frith)          3:16
    16/ (armed) PEACE                           (Cutler, Frith)          2:26
    17/ CIVILISATION                            (Cutler, Frith)          4:35
    18/ DEMOCRACY                               (Cutler, Frith)          2:18
    19/ The Song Of The Martyrs                 (Cutler, Frith)          3:59
    20/ LAW                                     (Cutler, Frith)          0:48
    21/ The Song Of The Monopolists             (Cutler, Frith)          1:43
    22/ The Song Of The Dignity Of Labour Under Capital
                                                (Cutler, Frith)          2:22
    23/ ALBION, AWAKE!                          (Cutler, Frith)          4:01

    (1-12)  recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg, 11-22-1979 to 12-05-1979
    (13-23) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg, 08-24-1980 to 09-07-1980

  Chris Cutler: drums, electric drums, noise; Fred Frith: guitars, keyboards,
  viola, violin, xylophone; Dagmar Krause: voice.

    1988 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR abCD1 (CD)
    1998 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR AB1 (CD)
    2000 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ABCD01 (CD)
    200? - ??? (Russia), ??? (CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is likely to be a bootleg.

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155 - U.S. TEENS ARE SPOILED BUMS: Half Japanese

    1/ U.S. Teens Are Spoiled Bums              (Fair, 1/2 Japamese)
    2/ Silver And Katherine                     (Fair, Jickling)
    3/ Patty Hearst                             (Fleming, 1/2 Japanese)
    4/ Patty Smith                              (Fleming, 1/2 Japanese)

    Recorded at Noise N.Y.
    Produced by Kramer

  Jad Fair: vocals, guitar; Mark Jickling: guitar; Rob Kennedy: bass; Scott
  Jarvis: drums; Kramer: cheap organ; Steve Johnson (1,2): guitar; Gary
  Windo (1,2): saxophone; Don Fleming (3,4): vocals, guitar; Fred Frith (3,
  4): guitar.

    1988 - 50 xillions Watts Records (USA), no number (7")

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156 - LIVE IN EUROPE: David Moss Dense Band

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one  with Skeleton Crew:

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

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

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

  and one with Etron Fou Leloublan:

    6/ La Java des Bombes Atomiques             (Goraguer, Vian)         2:43

    Recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg, in August 1985
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Jo Thirion: keyboards; Ferdinand Richard: bass; Guigou Chenevier: voice;
  Fred Frith: guitar.

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

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158 - DER MANN IM FAHRSTUHL/THE MAN IN THE ELEVATOR: Heiner Goebbels, Heiner
  Müller

    1/ In Einem Alten Fahrstuhl/In An Old Elevator                       2:08
    2/ Es Geht Um Einen Auftrag/It Concerns A Task                       2:31
    3/ Funf Minuten Vor Der Zeit/Five Minutes Too Early                  1:49
    4/ Drei Stufen Auf Einmal/Three Steps At The Time                    1:58
    5/ No Taboleiro De Baiana                   (Barroso, Green)         0:56
    6/ Ein Schneller Blick Auf Die Uhr/Quick Glance At My Watch          1:56
    7/ Allein Im Fahrstuhl/Alone In The Elevator                         2:14
    8/ Wilde Spekulationen/Wild Speculations                             4:32
    9/ Der Chef/The Boss                                                 0:40
    10/ Sein Selbstmord/His Suicide                                      2:32
    11/ Fita Nos Meus Olhos                     (Cartola)                2:38
    12/ Ich Verlasse Den Fahrstuhl/I Step From The Elevator              0:24
    13/ Ohne Auftrag/Without Any Task                                    1:36
    14/ Mitleid In Peru/Compassion In Peru                               4:58
      14b/ Power Is Lonely                      (Don Cherry)
    15/ Trockener Schlamm Mit Fahrspuren/Caked Mud With Vehicle Tracks   1:36
    16/ Heimweh Nach Dem Fahrstuhl/Homesick For The Elevator             1:24
    17/ Kalter Schweiss/Cold Sweat                                       1:32
    18/ Etwas Wie Heiterkeit/Something Like Serenity                     1:14
    19/ Diese Frau Ist Die Frau Eines Mannes/This Woman Is The Wife Of A Man
                                                                         0:47
    20/ Auf Einem Grasuberwachsenen Bahndamm/On A Railway Embankment     1:36
    21/ Worin Besteht Mein Verbrechen/What Is My Crime                   3:33

    All music/lyrics by Heiner Goebbels/Heiner Müller, unless indicated

    Recorded at Sound on Sound Recording Inc., New York in March 1988
    German vocals recorded at Schaubuhne, Berlin and Sinus Tonstudio, Berlin
    Produced by Heiner Goebbels and Manfred Eicher

  Arto Lindsay: voice, guitar; Ernst Stotzner: voice; Don Cherry: voice, trum-
  pet, doussn'gouni; Fred Frith: guitar, bass; Charles Hayward: drums, metal;
  George Lewis: trombone; Ned Rothenberg: saxophones, bass clarinet; Heiner
  Goebbels: piano, synthesizer, programming; Heiner Müller: the author.

    1988 - ECM Records (Germany), ECM 1369 - 837-110-1 (LP)
    1988 - ECM Records (Germany), ECM 1369 - 837-110-2 (CD)
    1988 (?) - ECM Records, ECM 837 110-4 (CT)

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159 - THE MAN IN THE ELEVATOR: Heiner Goebbels 

  Promotional LP excerpted for radio.

    1/ It Concerns A Task (version 1)           (Müller, Goebbels)       4:27
       Five minutes Too Early
    2/ It Concerns A Task (version 2)           (Müller, Goebbels)       6:26
       Five Minutes Too Early
       Three Steps At A Time
    3/ No Taboleiro De Baiana                   (Müller, Goebbels)       3:02
       Quick Glance At My Watch
    4/ Alone In The Elevator                    (Müller, Goebbels)       6:47
       Wild Speculations
    5/ Wild speculations                        (Müller, Goebbels)       4:32
    6/ His Suicide                              (Müller, Goebbels)       5:40
       Fita Nos Meus Olhos
       I Step From The Elevator
    7/ Compassion In Peru                       (Müller, Goebbels)       4:58
    8/ Caked Mud With Vehicle Tracks            (Müller, Goebbels)       3:02
       Homesick For The Elevator
    9/ Something Like Serenity                  (Müller, Goebbels)       2:06
       This Woman Is The Wife Of A Man
    10/ What Is My Crime                        (Müller, Goebbels)       3:31

    1988 - ECM (Germany), 837 110-1 (LP)

  See THE MAN IN THE ELEVATOR (1988) for further references.

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160 - THE TECHNOLOGY OF TEARS: Fred Frith

  The Technology Of Tears
    1/ Sadness, Its Bones Bleached Behind Us    (Frith)                 13:05
    2/ You Are What You Eat                     (Frith)                 19:01
    3/ The Palace Of Laughter, The Technology Of Tears
                                                (Frith)                 10:08
  Jigsaw
    4/ Jigsaw                                   (Frith)                 14:39
    5/ Jigsaw Coda                              (Frith)                  3:04
  Propaganda
    6/ Shelter For Them All                     (Frith)                  1:36
    7/ A Deeper Understanding Of Conflict       (Frith)                  0:54
    8/ The Turning Of An Hourglass              (Frith)                  2:04
    9/ Birth Of A Rebel                         (Frith)                  1:51
    10/ Your Beautiful Corpse                   (Frith)                  1:17
    11/ The Excellent Hyena                     (Frith)                  1:25
    12/ The Old Man Moves A Mountain            (Frith)                  1:06
    13/ The Wolf Demon (part 1)                 (Frith)                  1:07
    14/ Meditation Upon Propaganda              (Frith)                  3:06
    15/ Liberty                                 (Frith)                  1:59
    16/ The Relentless Landscape                (Frith)                  0:59
    17/ The Gaze That Sings                     (Frith)                  1:03
    18/ The Wolf Demon (part 2)                 (Frith)                  1:05
    19/ Rashomon                                (Frith)                  3:30

    (1-3) recorded at BC Studio, June 1986 and Noise New York, November 1986-
    January 1987
    (4-5) recorded at Noise, October 1986
    (6-19) recorded at Noise, April 1987

  John Zorn (1-3): alto; Tenko (1-3): voice; Christian Marclay (1-3): turnta-
  bles; Jim Staley (4-5): trombone; Fred Frith: guitars, violin, other instru-
  ments.

    1988 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 20 (2xLP)
    1988 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), reCDec 20 (CD)
    1988 - SST Records (USA), SST 172 (2xLP)
    1988 - SST Records (USA), SSTC 172 (CT)
    1988 - SST Records (USA), SST CD 172 (CD)
    2003 (?) - ??? (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD?)
    2008 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), FRO 11 (CD)

  Note: tracks (6-19) are not available on the CD pressings.

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161 - CREOLE MASS: Martin Bisi

    1/ Kansas In Argentina			(Bisi, Sandra Seymour)   7:52
    2/  					(Bisi)			 5:59
      2a/ Coyote Dream Dance A                 
      2b/ Coyote Dream Dance B                 
    3/ Money					(Roger Waters)		 3:54
    4/ The Sun Dance				(Bisi)			 4:42
    5/ Kaw Liga					(Hank Williams)		 3:52
    6/ Name-Ho					(Bisi)			 4:57
    7/ Los Hermanos				(Atahualpa Yupanqui)	 2:52
    8/ Milonga Del Solitario			(Atahualpa Yupanqui)	 3:58

    Recorded and mixed at B.C. Studio
    Produced by Martin Bisi and Sandra Seymour

  Martin Bisi: drums, voice; Sandra Seymour (1,2,4,5,8): guitar, bass, pedal
  steel, voice; Lee Renaldo (3): guitar; Fred Frith (5,7): guitar, fiddle; 
  Victoria Galves Bisi (6): voice.

    1988 - New Alliance Records, NAR 040 (LP)
    1988 - Frog (Germany), Frog 85013 (LP)
    1988(?) - Frog (Germany), Frog 85014 (CD)

  Note: (8) does not appear on the LP editions.

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162 - PASSED NORMAL VOL. #3: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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163 - COS#1: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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164 - DON'T READ WHILE YOU LISTEN!: various artists

  This record features House Of Freaks (1,2), Cindy Lee Berryhill (3-5), The
  James Harman Band (6,7), Snake Rock (8), Drive (9), Only Child (10), Rank &
  File (11,12), Gene Clark & Carla Olson (13,14), French/Frith/Kaiser/Thompson
  (15,16), Mystery Artist (17).

    15/ Drowned Dog Black Night                 (Thompson)               6:48
    16/ Surfin' USA                             (Berry)                  2:19

    1988 - Rhino (USA), R2 75775 (CD)

  See LIVE, LOVE, LARF & LOAF (1987) for further references on (15,16).

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165 - DOUBLE BUMMER/BREAKING NO NEW GROUND: Bongwater

  Disc 1:
  First Bummer
    1/ Lesbians of Russia                       (Magnuson, Kramer, Licht, 
                                                Rick)                    1:30
    2/ Frank                                    (Magnuson, Kramer)       1:51 
    3/ We Did It Again                          (Kevin Ayers)            2:16
    4/ Homer                                    (Kramer)                 3:27
    5/ Joy Ride                                 (Magnuson, Kramer, Rick) 2:57
    6/ Decadent Iranian Country Club            (Magnuson, Kramer, Rick) 2:48
    7/ David Bowie Wants Ideas                  (Magnuson, Kramer)       2:13
    8/ Rock & Roll Part 2                       (Gary Glitter)           3:20
  Second Bummer
    9/ Just May Be The One (Mike Nesmith) 1:53 10/ There You Go 
                                                (Johnny Cash)            2:50
    11/ Shark                                   (Kramer)                 1:23
    12/ Jimmy                                   (Magnuson, Kramer)       3:58
    13/ Crime                                   (Kramer)                 2:59
    14/ Pornography                             (Kramer, Rick)           3:41
    15/ Pew                                     (Kramer)                 3:10
  Third Bummer
    16/ Dazed & Chinese                         (Jimmy Page)             3:45
    17/ Bullaby                                 (Magnuson, Kramer)       3:11
    18/ So Help Me God                          (Kramer, Rick)           4:37
    19/ His Old Look                            (Magnuson, Kramer)       2:58
    20/ Stone                                   (Batty, Kramer)          2:25
    21/ Number                                  (Batty, Kramer)          4:43
  Disc 2:
  Final Bummer 
    22/ Love You Too                            (George Harrison)        2:15
    23/ Reaganation                             (Tuli Kupferberg)        3:04
    24/ Double Birth                            (Kramer)                 3:17
    25/ Bruce                                   (Magnuson, Kramer)       2:18
    26/ Pool                                    (Kramer)                 4:40
    27/ Rain                                    (John Lennon)            5:44
  Double Bummer Epilogue
    28/ Havana                                  (Kramer)                 3:31
    29/ Pentagon                                (Kramer)                 2:49
    30/ Truth                                   (Batty)                  2:01
  Breaking no New Ground
    31/ Ride My See-Saw                         (Lodge)                  3:52
    32/ Barely Coping                           (Magnuson, Kramer)       3:11
    33/ 4 Sticks                                (Jimmy Page, Robert 
                                                Plant)                   3:13
    34/ U.S.O.                                  (Magnuson, Kramer)       1:56
    35/ His New Look                            (Magnuson, Kramer)       2:55
    36/ Julia                                   (John Lennon)            3:26
  The 7" Single
    37/ You Don't Love Me Yet                   (Rocky Erickson)         5:14
    38/ The Porpoise Song                       (Goffin, King)           4:48

    Recorded at Noise New York in 1985-1988
    Produced by Kramer

  Ann Magnuson; Kramer; David Licht; Dave Rick; Don Cherry; Fred Frith; Gary
  Windo; Chris Cochrane; Davey Williams; Samm Bennett; Coby Batty; Charles
  Curtis; Axle Stone Lead.

    1989 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 8901 cd (2xCD)
    1989 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy-011/Shimmy-002 (2xCD)
    1999 - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5011 (2xCD)

  Note: the tracks featuring Fred Frith (BREAKING NO NEW GROUND) are missing
  on the 2xLP pressing.
  Note: the European pressing is called DOUBLE BUMMER +.

  See BREAKING NO NEW GROUND! (1987) for further references.

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166 - ReR RECORDS QUARTERLY VOLUME 2, No. 4: various artists

  This record features Expander des Fortschritts (1), Werner Kodytek (2), 
  Increase the Angle (3), Bill Gilonis (4), Dimosiypalliliko Retire (5), Lutz
  Glandien (6), Thinking Plague (7), Jean Derome (8).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Thinking Plague:

    7/ Organism                                 (Johnson, Lewis)         8:37

    Recorded in November 1987

  Mike Johnson: guitars, junk, percussion; Bob Drake: bass, drums, violin,
  junk; Susanne Lewis: voice; Lawrence Haugseth: piano; Mark Fuller: drums,
  percussion, junk; Eric Jacobson: synthesizers, samplers, dumbeg; Fred Frith:
  solo guitars (opening section).

    1989 - ReR Records (UK), ReR 0204 (magazine+LP)

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167 - LE TRÉSOR DE LA LANGUE: René Lussier

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

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

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

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

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

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168 - NEXTWAVENEWMUSICAMERICA10THANNIVERSARY: various artists

  This record (to celebrate the 10th anniversary of New Music America) fea-
  tures music by Bobby Previte (1), Caetano Veloso (2), Philip Glass (3),
  Heiner Goebbels (4), Henry Threadgill (5), Ray Lema (6), John Cale (7),
  Neville Brothers and Freres Parent (8), Astor Piazzolla (9), Ryuichi
  Sakamoto (10), Laurie Anderson (11), Ron Kuivila (12), Wally Badarou (13),
  Chunk (14), Annea Lockwood (15).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Heiner Goebbels:

    4/ Five Minutes Too Early                   (Müller, Goebbels)       4:27

    1989 - nma 001 (CD)

  See THE MAN IN THE ELEVATOR (1988) for further references on (4).

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169 - BANDS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN ON HEE-HAW: various artists

  This "for promotional use only" record features Adult Net (1), John Moore
  & The Expressway (2), The Wonderstuff (3), Pere Ubu (4), Cookie Crew (5),
  Xymox (6), Darling Cruel (7), Shakespear's Sister (8), Yello (9), The Style
  Council (10), Third World (11), Labi Siffre (12), The Rainmakers (13), Delta
  Rebles (14), DJ Chuck Chillout & Kool Chip (15), The Dogs D'Amour (16), 
  Heiner Goebbels (17).

    17/ It Concerns A Task/Five Minutes Too Early
                                                (Müller, Goebbels)       4:24

    1989 - Polygram (USA), CDP 88 (CD)

  See THE MAN IN THE ELEVATOR (1988) for further references.

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170 - DRIVE TO HEAVEN, WELCOME TO CHAOS: various artists

  This record features Henry Kaiser (1,9,10,19) Picky Picnic (2), Andreas
  Dorau (3), Constance Towers (4), Fred Frith (5,17), Syzygys (6), Lost
  Gringos (7), Laemonz (8), Der Plan (11), Tipographica (12), Picky Picnic &
  Pyrolator (13), Jumbo (14), ExpO (15), John Zorn (16), Pyrolator (18), Bun
  Itakura (20).

    5/ Wilder Tongues                           (Frith)                  1:57
    17/ Stay That Way                           (Frith)                  2:08

    Recorded in August 1988 at Noise, New York City

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    1989 - Wave/Panic Records (Japan), Eva 2010 (CD)
    1989 (?) - Eva (?) (Japan?), wwwcx 2010 (CD)

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171 - COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME TWO: Seigen Ono

    1/ Julia                                    (Ono, Jaffe)             4:10
    2/ Carnation                                (Ono, Lurie)             4:15
    3/ If You Only Knew                         (Ono, Lurie)             2:33
    4/ You Will Be All Right                    (Ono, Lindsay)           2:58
    5/ Pastorinhas/Bandeira Branca/Mascara Negra(Max Nunes, L. Alves)    8:21
    6/ Galope                                   (Gonzaga Jr.)            3:15
    7/ Roman Marching Band                      (Ono, Nathanson)         4:00
    8/ Ta. Ta. Ta.                              (Ono)                    6:16
    9/ Louis-San                                (Nathanson)              3:22
    10/ Staying On The Beach All Day            (Ono, Nathanson)         4:19
    11/ Another Groove                          (Ono, Nathanson)         3:13
    12/ On The Sunny Side Of The Street         (J. McHugh, D. Fields)   2:15
    13/ Finale                                  (SO,HY,JZ,CJS,KDS)       9:04

    (1-3) recorded at Media Sound, New York City in January 1988
    (4) recorded at Quad, New York City in March 1988
    (5,6) recorded at Multi Studios, Rio De Janeiro in February 1988
    (5) strings recorded at 39th St. Music, New York City in March 1988
    (10) recorded
    (7-12) recorded at Sound On Sound, New York City in October 1988
    (13) recorded at CBS/Sony Roppongi, Tokyo in December 1987
    Produced by Seigen Ono

  Seigen Ono: voice, percussion, piano, guitar; Alfredo Pedernera (1-3):
  bandoneon; Maxine Neuman (1-3,5): cello; Jill Jaffe (1-5): viola, violin,
  voice; Carol Emanuel (1,4): harp, voice; John Beal (1): contrabass; Judy 
  Geist (2): viola; Bill Frisell (4): guitar; Arto Lindsay (4): guitar, voice;
  Tete (4): Who is she?; Keiko (4): voice; Marlene (5,6): vocal; Armando 
  Martinez (5,6): piano; Nelson Martins (5,6): trombone; Helcio Brenha (5,6):
  saxophone; Jayme (5,6): trumpet; Mentirinha (5,6): percussion; Joaquim 
  Henriques (5,6): drums; Aldemir Bruzaca (5,6): bass, backing vocal, voice;
  Pedrinho Rodriguez (5,6): backing vocal, voice; Marcia Regina (5,6): backing
  vocal, voice; Marlene fan club (5): background vocals; Helio Delmiro (6):
  guitar; Roy Nathanson (7-12): saxophone, vocal; Dougie Bowne (7): marching
  drum; Bill Ware (7-11): vibes, marimba; Bob Stewart (7,9): tuba; Curtis 
  Fowlkes (7,8,10,11): trombone; Marc Ribot (7-12): banjo, cornet, guitar; 
  E.J. Rodriguez (7-12): percussion, drums; Brad Jones (8,10-12): contrabass;
  Jim Nolet (9-11): violin; Fred Frith (13): guitar; John Zorn (13): alto; 
  Hideo Yamaki (13): lot of drums, balaphone; Choi Jong-Shil (13): buk, 
  k'kwaenggwari; Kim Duk-Soo (13): changgo; Haruo Togashi (13): piano, key-
  board; Tatsuo Kondoh (13): accordion.

    1989 - Venture/Virgin (UK), VE 52 (LP)
    1989 - Venture/Virgin, CDVE 52 (CD)
    1989 - Tokuma (Japan), 408 (CD)
    1990 - Caroline, 1657 (CD)
    1995 - Saidera Records (Japan) SD-1001-2 (2xCD)
    2005 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD-1001-2H (2xCD)
    2008 - Saidera Records (Japan), OMCA-1085 (SACD)

  Note: the 2xCD pressings also contains COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME ONE. 
  Note: the SACD pressing has a different track ordering.
  Note: the 2008 SACD reissue has not been released yet (planned in March
  2008).

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172 - RODAN: Sato Michihiro

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

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

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

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

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

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

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173 - GHOSTS: N.A.D. (Niù Abdominaux Dangereux)

    1/ La Topinara Verde (The Green Mole)       (Nicola Salerno)         5:24
    2/ Ghosts                                   (Albert Ayler)           3:11
    ?/ Bar-oque                                 (Salerno, Terragnoli)    0:19
    3/ Lorenza In Arabia                        (Salerno, Terragnoli)    5:58
    4/ Conversations                            (Enrico Terragnoli)      5:11
    #/ Bar-oque church                          (Salerno, Terragnoli)    0:28
    5/ Bibbidi Bobbidi Bu                       (Mack, Hoffman, Livingstone)
                                                                         3:48
    6/ Giggirriva                               (Terragnoli)             4:22
    7/ Ivanovic                                 (Kaiser, Salerno, Zorzi, 
                                                Olivieri, Frith, Sharp) 4:05
    $/ Bar-oque blues                           (Terragnoli, Salerno)    1:03
    8/ Broadway Blues                           (Ornette Coleman)        4:02
    9/ Zigozago                                 (Terragnoli)             5:42
    10/ Marina Goes To Hollywood                (Zorzi, Salerno, 
                                                Terragnoli)              8:32

    Recorded at Umbi Studio, Modena (Italy) in November/December 1988 and 
    at Baby Monster Studio, New York City in December 1988
    Produced by NAD

  Fantasio Manlio Fox (aka Roberto Zorzi): guitars, voice, trombone; Ricoh 
  Screw Poloso (aka Enrico Terragnoli) (all but (7)): guitars, voice; Njk 
  Salerchia (aka Nicola Cosmo Salerno): samplings, synthesizer, voice, crackle
  box; Egj Qselly (aka Egidio Zancanari) (all but (7)): bass, harpsichord, 
  voice, church organ; Bert Willie Bevilacopia (aka Alberto Olivieri) (all but 
  ($)): drums, percussion, voice; Riccardo Bianchi (1): Midi guitar; Denardo 
  Coleman (2,6): Midi drums; Fred Frith (2,7): violin, voice; Zamir Ahmad Khan 
  (3): sitar, tablas; Elliott Sharp (3,6,7): soprano, lap steel guitar; 
  Christian Marclay (4): turntables; Zeena Parkins (#,5): American closing 
  speaker, accordion; Sonny Sharrock (5,6): guitar; Henry Kaiser (7): Syncla-
  vier; Umbi Maggi ($): blues bass guitar.

    1989 - Heron Music (Italy), HM 702 (CD)
    1989 - ITM (Germany), ITM 1454 (CD)
    1995 - Basic (France), 50001 (CD)

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174 - THE TOP OF HIS HEAD: Fred Frith

  Original soundtrack to the film THE TOP OF HIS HEAD by Peter Mettler.

    1/ Title theme                              (Frith)                  1:49
    2/ Driving To The Train                     (Frith)                  2:45
    3/ Wheels Within                            (Frith)                  2:31
    4/ Hold On Hold                             (Frith)                  2:22
    5/ Lucy Leaves A Note                       (Frith)                  2:25
    6/ Gus Escapes                              (Frith)                  2:19
    7/ Gravity's A Rule                         (Frith)                  2:15
    8/ Channel Change                           (Frith)                  3:20
    9/ Orbit                                    (Frith)                  1:24
    10/ Fall To Call                            (Frith)                  3:52
    11/ Underwater Dream                        (Frith)                  2:29
    12/ This Old Earth                          (Siberry)                3:21
    13/ Donuts                                  (Frith)                  2:54
    14/ The Long Drive                          (Frith)                  4:51
    15/ Lucy                                    (Frith)                  2:05
    16/ The Premonition                         (Frith)                  1:26
    17/ Questions And Answers                   (Frith)                  2:47
    18/ The Performance                         (Frith)                  2:56
    19/ The Way You Look Tonight /              (Kern, Fields)
    20/ Title Theme (Conclusion)                (Frith)                  3:38

    Recorded at l'Office National du Film, Montreal, Canada, August/September
    1988

  Anne Bourne: cello, accordion; Jean Derome: saxes, flutes; Jane Siberry: 
  voice, guitar, accordion; Christie Macfadyen: voice; Ken Myhr (12): slide 
  guitar; Peter Mettler: additional tapes, influence, advice; Fred Frith:
  all other instruments, machines, radios, tapes, programming, etc.
  
    1989 - Crammed Discs/Made To Measure Series (Belgium), MTM 21 (LP)
    1989 - Crammed Discs/Made To Measure Series (Belgium), MTM 21 CD (CD)

  Note: tracks (2,15) are not on the LP version.

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175 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME TWO: various artists

  This record features Chunk (1), Gary Lucas (2), Odd Job (3,8), Mori/Frith/
  Dresser (4), Myra Melford (5), Sonny Sharrock (6), Marclay/Bennett (7), Joey
  Baron (9), Glen Velez (10,11).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Ikue Mori and Mark Dresser:

    4/ Orbital Inversion                        (Mori, Frith, Dresser)   5:28

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City between December 1988 and
    February 1989

  Ikue Mori: drums, electronic percussion; Fred Frith: guitar; Mark Dresser:
  bass.

    1989 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5276 (LP)
    1989 - A&M Records (USA), CD 5276 (CD)
    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-98 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EFA 03512-08 EMY 112 (LP)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EFA 03512-26 EMCD112 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 120 KFW B1234 (4xCD)
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-12345 (5xCD)

  Note: the 5xCD box contains the five volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY.
  Note: the 4xCD box contains the first four volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING 
  FACTORY.

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176 - NEXT TO NOTHING: Nicky Skopelitis

    1/ Bad Blood                                (Skopelitis)             3:34
    2/ Black Eyes                               (Skopelitis)             4:31
    3/ Shotgun News                             (Skopelitis)             5:13
    4/ Altai                                    (Skopelitis)             3:28 
    5/ Ta Magika                                (Skopelitis)             4:32 
    6/ Second Skin                              (Skopelitis)             5:51
    7/ Omens                                    (Skopelitis)             7:22

    Recorded at BC Studio and Platinum Island Studio, New York
    Produced by Bill Laswell/Material and Nicky Skopelitis

  Nicky Skopelitis: guitars; Fred Frith: violin; Simon Shaheen: violin, oud;
  Bill Laswell: basses; Ginger Baker: drums; Aiyb Dieng: percussion.

    1989 - Venture-Nation/Virgin, VE 41 (LP)
    1989 - Venture-Nation/Virgin, CDVE 41 (CD)
    2010 - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: warning, the Movie Gold CD-R is not a legit reissue!!!

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177 - THE BURNING WORLD: Swans

    1/ The River That Runs With Love Won't Run Dry
                                                (Gira)                   4:10
    2/ Let It Come Down                         (Gira)                   4:22
    3/ Can't Find My Way Home                   (Steve Winwood)          4:42
    4/ Mona Lisa, Mother Earth                  (Gira)                   4:07
    5/ (She's A) Universal Emptiness            (Gira)                   3:57
    6/ Saved                                    (Gira)                   4:06
    7/ I Remember Who You Are                   (Gira)                   4:19
    8/ Jane Mary, Cry One Tear                  (Gira)                   3:43
    9/ See No More                              (Gira)                   5:24
    10) God Damn The Sun                        (Gira)                   4:17

    Recorded at Platinum Island, New York and at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn
    Produced by Bill Laswell and Michael R. Gira.

  Michael Gira: vocals, guitars; Norman Westberg: guitars; Jarboe: vocals,
  keyboards; Bill Laswell: bass; Jason Asnes: bass; Virgil Moorefield: drums;
  Nicky Skopelitis: baglama, bazouki; Shankar: double violin; Fred Frith:
  violin; Jeff Bova: keyboards; Aiyb Dieng: percussion; Trilok Gurtu: tablas;
  Bernard Fowler: background vocals; Fred Fowler: background vocals; Karl
  Berger: vibes, strings arranged and conducted by Karl Berger; Mark Feldman:
  violin; Larry Packer: violin; John Kass: viola; Richard Carr: viola; Garo
  Yellin: cello.

    1989 - Uni/MCA (USA), UNI-601 (LP)
    1989 - Uni/MCA (USA), UNID-601 (CD)
    1989 - Uni/MCA (USA), UNIC-601 (CT)
    1989 - MCA (UK), MCG 6047 (LP)
    1989 - MCA (UK), MCGC 6047 (CT)
    1989 - MCA (UK), DMCG 6047 (CD)
    1989 - Uni/MCA (Germany), 256438-1 (LP)
    1989 - Uni/MCA (Germany), 256438-4 (CT)
    1989 - Uni/MCA (Germany), 256438-2 YS (CD)
    1989 - Uni/MCA (Japan), 7654398-2 (CD)
    ???? - Atavistic (USA), ??? (CD)
    2012 - Water (USA), 253 (CD)

  Note: the Atavistic reissue was never released.

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178 - SAVED: Swans

    1/ Saved                                    (Gira)                   4:00
    2/ See No More (acoustic version)           (Gira)                   3:49
    3/ No Cruel Angel                           (Gira)                   4:26

    (1,2) recorded at Platinum Island, New York City and BC Studio, Brooklyn
    (1,2) produced by Bill Laswell and Michael R. Gira
    (3) produced by Michael R. Gira

  Michael Gira: vocal, guitar; Norman Westberg: guitar, banjo; Jarboe: vocal,
  keyboard; Bill Laswell: bass; Jason Asnes: bass; Virgil Moorefield: drums;
  Fred Frith: violin; Aiyb Dieng: percussion; Jeff Bova: keyboards.

    1989 - MCA (UK), DMCAT 1332 (CD)
    1989 - MCA (UK), MCAT 1332 (12")
    1989 - MCA (UK), MCA 1332 (7")

  Note: (2) is not available on the 7" edition.

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179 - CAN'T FIND MY WAY HOME: Swans

    1/ Can't Find My Way Home                   (S. Winwood)             4:01
    2/ Was He Ever Alive                        (Gira)                   6:26
    3/ (She's a) Universal Emptiness (Acoustic Version)
                                                (Gira)                   2:47

    (1,3) recorded at Platinum Island, New York and at BC Studios, Brooklyn
    (2) recorded in London at r08
    (1,3) produced by Bill Laswell and Michael R. Gira
    (3) produced by Michael Gira

  Michael Gira: vocals, guitars; Norman Westberg: guitars, bass; Jarboe: 
  vocals, keyboards; Shankar: double violin; Fred Frith: violin; Trilok Gurtu:
  tablas; Aiyb Dieng: percussion; Jeff Bova: keyboards.

    1989 - MCA (UK), MCA 1347 (7")
    1989 - MCA (UK), MCAT 1347 (12")
    1989 - MCA (UK), MCATG 1347 (12")
    1989 - MCA (UK), DMCAT 1347 (CD-5)
    1989 - MCA (UK), WMCAT 1347 (promo 12")

  Note: (2) is not available on the 7".
  Note: the MCATG 1347 12" edition is a gatefold limited and numbered one.

  See THE BURNING WORLD (1989) for further references on (1).

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180 - IN THIS LIFE: Thinking Plague

    1/ Lycanthrope                              (Johnson, Lewis)         7:17
    2/ Run Amok                                 (Johnson, Lewis)         3:11
    3/ Malaise                                  (Johnson, Lewis)         4:40
    4/ Organism (version II)                    (Johnson, Lewis)        11:46
    5/ Love                                     (Johnson, Lewis)         7:14
    6/ The Guardian                             (Lewis)                  5:30
    7/ Fountain Of All Tears                    (Johnson, Lewis)         7:39
    8/ Moonsongs                                (Johnson)               15:10
    9/ Possessed                                (Johnson)                8:15

    (1-7) recorded at the Yog Factory, First Films Inc., and JMC Studios
    during February 1988-February 1989
    (8) recorded in July 1985 with a few tracks re-recorded and added in
    February 1989
    (9) recorded in 1982 at The Packing House Studio, Free Reelin Sound,
    Denver
    Produced by The Thinking Plague

  Mike Johnson: guitars, mandolin, junk, percussion, organ, voice, noise; Bob
  Drake: drums, synthesizer, bass, percussion, violin, voice, noise, aard-
  varks, balalaika; Suzanne Lewis (1-8): voice, accordion, guitar, violin, lap
  steel guitar; Shane Hotle (1-3,5,7,8): piano, synthesizer, noise, organ,
  percussion; Maria Moran (1-3,5-7): bass, guitar; Lawrence Haugseth (1,3,4):
  clarinet, synthesizer, piano, voice; Mark Harris (2,5): baritone saxophone,
  clarinet, flute; Mark Fuller (4,8,9): tabla, tinklik, drums, junk, percus-
  sion, kalimba, voice; Fred Frith (4): guitar; Eric Jacobson (4): synthesi-
  zers, samplers, percussion; Mark McCoin (8): drums, instant replay, voice;
  Glen Nitta (8): soprano; Fred Hess (8): alto; Sharon Bradford (9): voice;
  Harry Fleischman (9): piano, synthesizer.

    1989 - ReR Records (UK), ReR tpCD1 (CD)

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181 - ReR RECORDS QUARTERLY VOLUME 3, No. 1: various artists

  This record features Steve Moore (1), Overflow (2), Don Wherry (3), State of
  War (4), Trevor Wishart (5), ZGA (6), René Lussier (7-9), Bing Selfish & the
  Ideals (10), Murphy Working Stiffs (The Murphy Federation) (11).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with State of War:

    4/ War Is Deception                         (Anders)                 3:45

    Recorded live at Vandoeuvre, Nancy (France) on May 13, 1988

  Christoph Anders: voice, Mirage, tape; Fred Frith: bass; Peter Hollinger:
  drums; René Lussier: guitar; Andy Wake: drums.

  and one by René Lussier:

    9/ Extrait Du Manifeste Du 'Front De Liberation Du Quebec'
                                                (Lussier)                3:29

  René Lussier: guitars, bass, casiotone, drums, voice, ambient sound effects;
  Jean Derome: saxes, flutes, keyboards; Fred Frith: electric bass, violin;
  Alain Trudel: trombone, euphonium; Pierre St-Jak: piano.

    1989 - ReR (UK), ReR 0301 (magazine+LP)
  
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182 - THE BAND THAT WOULD BE KING: Half Japanese

    1/ Open Your Eyes/Close Your Eyes           (Jad Fair)               1:08
    2/ Daytona Beach                            (Jad Fair)               1:47
    3/ Lucky Star                               (unknown)                2:21
    4/ Some Things Last A Moment                (Jad Fair)               2:20
    5/ My Most Embarrassing Moment              (Jad Fair)               0:49
    6/ Buried Treasure                          (Jad Fair)               1:05
    7/ Open Book                                (Jad Fair)               1:00
    8/ Little Records                           (David Fair)             1:17
    9/ Deadly Alien Spawn                       (Jad Fair)               2:36
    10/ Postcard From Faraway                   (Jad Fair)               1:38
    11/ Ventriloquism Made Easy                 (Jad Fair)               0:42
    12/ Something In The Wind                   (Jad Fair)               0:38
    13/ Bingos Not His Name-O                   (Jad Fair)               1:19
    14/ Put Some Sugar On It                    (Jad Fair)               2:47
    15/ What More Can I Do?                     (Jad Fair)               1:24
    16/ Brand New Moon                          (Jad Fair)               1:36
    17/ Another World                           (Jad Fair)               1:34
    18/ Every Word Is True                      (Jad Fair)               1:20
    19/ I Live For Love                         (Johnson)                2:06
    20/ Werewolf                                (David Fair)             1:30
    21/ Ride Ride Ride                          (Jad Fair)               0:31
    22/ Sugarcane                               (Jad Fair)               2:31
    23/ I Wish I May                            (Jad Fair)               1:32
    24/ Ashes On The Ground                     (David Fair)             2:41
    25/ Curse Of The Doll People                (Jad Fair)               0:33
    26/ Horseshoes                              (Jad Fair)               2:11
    27/ Bluebird                                (Jad Fair)               1:39
    28/ Frankestein Meets Billy The Kid         (Jad Fair)               0:56
    29/ My Bucket's Got A Hole In It            (Williams)               1:11
    30/ Africans Built The Pyramids             (Jickling)               1:35
    31/ Better Than Before                      (Jad Fair)               1:59
    32/ Daytona                                 (Jad Fair)               2:20
    33/ Back Home                               (Jad Fair)               2:38
    34/ Mule Skinner Blues                      (Rodgers)                1:46
    35/ Sugarcane                               (Jad Fair)               3:10
    36/ Jump Up                                 (Jad Fair)               1:00
    37/ Postcard From Far Away                  (Jad Fair)               3:18
    38/ Big Wheels                              (Jad Fair)               2:13
    39/ Ordeal                                  (Jad Fair)               2:13
    40/ Jump Down                               (Jad Fair)               1:27
    41/ Cowboys                                 (Jad Fair)               1:18
    42/ Man Without A Head                      (Jad Fair)               1:11

    Recorded at Noise, New York
    Produced by Kramer

  Jad Fair: vocals, guitar, harmonica; Don Fleming: guitar, vocals; Mark
  Jickling (aka Mr. J. Rice): guitar; Kramer: organ, bass; Scott Jarvis: 
  drums; Rob Kennedy: bass; Fred Frith (2,15,18): guitar; George Cartwright 
  (4,16,27): saxophones; John Zorn (21): saxophone.

    1989 - 50 Skidillion Watts Records (USA), Half 8-1 (LP)
    1989 - 50 Skidillion Watts Records (USA), Half 8-1 (CD)
    1989 - 50 Skidillion Watts Records (USA), Half 8-4 (CT)
    1989 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8817 (LP)
    1989 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8817 CD (CD)
    1993 - Paperhouse Records/Fire Records (UK), PAPCD 18 (CD)
    2013 - Fire Records (UK), ??? (CD)

  Note: (31-42) are only available on the 1993 Paperhouse Records/Fire Records
  reissue.
  Note: the 2013 reissue (on Fire Records) has not been released yet.

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183 - FIN DE SIECLE: Les 4 Guitaristes De L'Apocalypso Bar

    1/ Scandinavian Pedestrian                  (Hollmer)                3:03
    2/ Danse De Fin De Siecle                   (Fradette)               3:35
    3/ The As Usual Dance Towards The Other Flight To What Is Not
       (section C)                              (Frith)                  3:33
    4/ Dernier Cigare Avant New York            (Duchesne)               3:35
    5/ Quatuor A Cordes #4 (section IV)         (Bartók)                 2:59
    6/ Micro Parallel Angostura                 (Hollmer)                3:09
    7/ Le Bloc Demoli                           (Duchesne)               4:16
    8/ Les Quebericains                         (Derome, Lussier)        5:23
    9/ L'Arme A l'Ame                           (Bouchard)               5:39
    10/ The As Usual Dance Towards The Other Flight To What Is Not
       (section A)                              (Frith)                  6:00

    Recorded at Studio Victor, Montreal between January 10 and February 22, 
    1989

  Jean-Pierre Bouchard: electric guitar; Chris Cutler (2,4,6-8): drums; André
  Duchesne: electric guitar, arrangement; Claude Fradette: electric guitar; 
  Remi Leclerc (1,8,9): drums, snare; René Lussier (2-4,7-10): electric gui-
  tar, bass; Ferdinand Richard (1,4-6): bass.

    1989 - Les Disques Ambiances Magnetiques (Canada), AM014 (LP)
    1989 - ReR (UK), ReR 42 (LP)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.
  Note: the two tracks by Fred Frith are missing on the 1995 ReR CD reissue.

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184 - MORE ENCORES: Christian Marclay

  Each piece is composed entirely of records by the artist after whom it is
  titled. "John Cage" is a recording of a collage made by cutting slices from
  several records and gluing them back into a single disc. In all other pieces
  the records were mixed and manipulated on multiple turntables and recorded
  analog with the use of overdubbing. A hand-crank gramophone was used in 
  "Louis Armstrong".

    1/ Johann Strauss                                                    2:54
    2/ John Zorn                                                         2:57
    3/ Martin Denny                                                      2:47
    4/ Frederic Chopin                                                   2:40
    5/ Fred Frith                                                        3:29
    6/ Louis Armstrong                                                   2:27
    7/ Arthur Ferrante & Louis Teicher                                   2:32
    8/ John Cage                                                         2:06
    9/ Maria Callas                                                      3:04
    10/ Jimi Hendrix                                                     2:58
    11/ Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg                                   2:40
    12/ Christian Marclay                                                2:29

    (1,3) recorded at King St. Studio in July 1987
    (2,6,7,10) recorded at Horvitz Studio in January 1987
    (4) recorded at Noise, New York in August 1987
    (5,8,9,11,12) recorded at Harmonic Ranch in May 1988

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1989 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8816 (10" LP)
    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CM1 (CD)
    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CMV1 (10")
    2003 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CM1 (CD)

  Note: the CD is a limited edition of 1000 copies.
  Note: the 10" LP reissue is a limited edition.
  Note: though Frith does not play on this record, his music is extensively
  sampled by Marclay.

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185 - FESTIVAL MIMI 88 - SCENE OUVERTE/OPEN STAGE: various artists

  This tape features Pierre Bastien, Tenko Ueno, Catherine Jauniaux, Fred
  Frith, Bruno Meillier, Amy Denio, Frank Ruhl, Ferdinand Richard, Jim
  Meneses, Pavel Fajt, Klaus Wilmans, Marius Cesarienne, Olivier Masson.

    1/ Pierre Bastien                                                    2:16
    2/ Tenko Ueno + Catherine Jauniaux                                   6:41
    3/ Tenko Ueno + Fred Frith                                           5:48
    4/ Tenko Ueno + Bruno Meillier                                       5:03
    5/ Amy Denio + Frank Ruhl                                            2:38
    6/ Fred Frith + Ferdinand Richard                                    5:26
    7/ Jim Meneses + Pavel Fajt                                          5:14
    8/ Pierre Bastien + Ferdinand Richard                                3:22
    9/ Pavel Fajt + Fred Frith                                           6:22
    10/ Klaus Wilmans + Fred Frith                                      10:43
    11/ Marius Cesarienne + Olivier Masson                               2:00

    Recorded at the Mimi Festival, Saint-Remy-de-Provence, France on July 4-6,
    1988

  Pierre Bastien (1,8): bass clarinet, machines, doublebass; Tenko Ueno (2,3,
  4): vocals; Catherine Jauniaux (2): vocals; Fred Frith (3,6,9,10): guitar;
  Bruno Meillier (4): flute; Amy Denio (5): guitar; Frank Ruhl (5): bass;
  Ferdinand Richard (6,8): bass; Jim Meneses (7): drums; Pavel Fajt (7,9):
  drums; Klaus Wilmans (10): doublebass; Marius Cesarienne (11): vocals;
  Olivier Masson (11): saxophone.

    1989 - Aide aux Musiques Innovatrices (France), AMIK 3001 (CT)

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186 - DE SALON IN GELUID 1988-1989: various artists

  This tape features Vivenza (1), Bittova & Fajt (2), Peter Sinclair (3,10),
  Duul Schicksal (4), Arnold Dreyblatt & Pierre Berthet (5), Pierre Bastien
  (6), Barbarie Legere (7,13), Michael Gordon Philharmonic (8), Fred Frith &
  Tenko (9), The Brain (11), Arnold Dreyblatt (12).

  Fred Frith plays on one track in duo with Tenko:

    9/ (untitled)

    Recorded at De Salon, Groningen on April 7, 1989

  Fred Frith: guitar, vocals; Tenko: vocals.

    1989 - Stichting Ratzmode (Netherlands), no number (book+CT)

  Note: this tape is accompanied by the booklet DE SALON IN BEELD 1988-1989.

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187 - 3 ON 3: Violent Femmes

  Promotion LP/CT with interview excerpts and songs.

    1/ Part 1                                                           14:25
      1a/ Interview
      1b/ Blister In The Sun (excerpt)
      1c/ Nightmares
    2/ Part 2                                                           13:45
      2a/ Interview
      2b/ Just Like My Father
      2c/ Children Of The Revolution (excerpt)
      2d/ Mother Of A Girl
    3/ Part 3                                                           12:10
      3a/ Interview
      3b/ Lies
      3c/ World We're Living In
      3d/ Old Mother Reagan
    4/ Part 4                                                           15:23
      4a/ interview
      4b/ Dating Days
      4c/ Fat
      4d/ Fool In The Full Moon

    1989 - Slash/Warner Bros.(USA), WBWM 163/PRO-A-3159 (promo LP)
    1989 - Slash/Warner Bros. (USA), PRO-C-3519 (promo CT)

  See THE BLIND LEADING THE NAKED (1986) for further references on (2c).

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188 - MCA AOR CD SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features The Kinks (1), Lillian Axe (2), Bang Tango (3), Guy
  Mann-Dude (4), Lord Tracy (5), Pretty Boy Floyd (6), The Tragically Hip (7),
  Nanci Griffith (8), The Call (9), Peregrins (10), Swans (11), Law & Order
  (12), Walk On Fire (13), Voivod (14), Crimson Glory (15).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Swans:

    11/ Can't Find My Way Home                  (Stevie Winwood)         4:46

    1989 - MCA (USA), CD33-18052 (promo CD)

  See THE BURNING WORLD (1989) for further references on (11).

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189 - IMPROVISATIONS FOR CLASSICAL GUITAR: Stephen Buchanan

    1/ Bells                                    (Buchanan)
    2/ Syzygy                                   (Buchanan)
    3/ Drumming Basses                          (Buchanan)
    4/ Godzilla Vs. The Smog Monster            (Buchanan)
    5/ Metal World                              (Buchanan)
    6/ Catalan/Principles Of Oriental Trade     (Buchanan)
    7/ Then Again                               (Buchanan)
    8/ Iberia                                   (Buchanan)
    9/ Soupirail                                (Buchanan)
    10/ Godzilla Interlude                      (Buchanan)
    11/ Ronnie Boykins Memorial Samba           (Buchanan)
    12/ C'Tay                                   (Buchanan)
    13/ Appalachia                              (Buchanan)
    14/ I Forget                                (Buchanan)
    15/ Strat                                   (Buchanan)
    16/ Automatic Drainpipe                     (Buchanan)
    17/ Morton St. Tango                        (Buchanan)
    18/ Soulever                                (Buchanan)
    19/ Surplus Sax Surprise...                 (Buchanan)

    (1,6,9,12,13,18) recorded live on WXPN, Philadelphia in May 1981
    (2) recorded live in New York City in December 1979
    (3,17) recorded live at Studio Henry, New York City in May 1980
    (4,10,11,15) recorded at Inroads, New York City in May 1981
    (5,7,8) recorded live on WKCR-FM, New York City in May 1987
    (14,16) recorded at Amica Bunker, New York City in February 1987
    no recording information for (19)

  Stephen Buchanan: guitars, devices, saxophone; Fred Frith (3): guitar; Chris
  Cochrane (14): electric guitar.

    1989 - Sound Of Pig'Music (USA), SOP 252 (CT)

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190 - TOO MUCH SLEEP: Bongwater 

    1989 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), shimmy-031 (CT)
    
  Note: the cassette release of this record has the whole BREAKING NO NEW 
  GROUND! (1987) as bonus tracks (not available on the LP and CD pressings).
    
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191 - ROOTTMANN: Slub

    1/ Seething Kraut                           (Slub)
    2/ Comic Stellar                            (Slub)
    3/ Boss Of The World                        (Slub)
    4/ Velvet Glove                             (Slub)
    5/ City Of Pirates                          (Slub)
    6/ Rats'n Monkeys                           (Frith, Cutler)
    7/ Skateboardogshit                         (Slub)
    8/ The Golden Ass                           (Slub)
    9/ Descent                                  (Slub)

    Recorded in Melbourne, Australia in May 1989
    Produced by Simon Grounds, Peter Kenny & Sonke Rickertsen

  Vikki Riley: vocals; John Murphy: guitar, feedback; Sonke Rickertsen: gui-
  tar, cello; Peter Kenny: bass, vocals; Chris Hughes: drums.

    1990 - Doctor Jim's (Australia), DR.JIM 1 (LP)

  Note:  Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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192 - ANKETY LOW DAY: Tone Dogs

    1/ No Cry                                   (Stern, Denio)           6:39
    2/ Vexed At The Vogue                       (Denio, Chalenor)        1:41
    3/ Carry Me Down                            (Denio)                  2:01
    4/ The Wandering Guru                       (Chalenor)               5:27
    5/ Secret Crush                             (Denio)                  4:02
    6/ Brave It                                 (Denio)                  4:38
    7/ BS Jig/Hade Hade                         (Chalenor, Denio)        6:25
    8/ Fifth Grade Brownie Wall                 (Denio, Chalenor, 
                                                Parkins)                 3:19
    9/ Poly                                     (Cameron, Chalenor, 
                                                Denio)                   5:07

    Recorded at Dogfish Home Base in Newberg, Oregon and in Amy's driveway in
    Seattle

  Matt Cameron (1,2,4,6,8,9): drums, voice; Fred Chalenor (2-9): basses, gui-
  tars, keyboards, percussion, voice, violin, bowed guitar, hubcaps, snare 
  drum; Amy Denio (1-3,5-9): guitars, basses, saxes, drums, hubcaps, voice, 
  cows, hi-hat, drum machine, snare; Hans Reichel (2,3,7,9): ambient guitars, 
  dachsophon, camera, , hand-made guitars; Fred Frith (2,3,8,9): rhythm vio-
  lin, ambient e-bow, guitar; Courney von Drehle (4): saxes; Bob Bain (4): 
  monster battle guitars.

    1990 - C/Z (USA), CZ016 (LP)
    1990 - C/Z (USA), CZ016 (CD)
    1990 - C/Z (USA), CZ016 (CT)
    2011 (?) - Spoot (USA), spootCD (CD-R)

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193 - INVISIBLE MEANS: French, Frith, Kaiser, Thompson

    1/ Peppermint Rock                          (Thompson)               3:37
    2/ To The Rain                              (French)                 4:49
    3/ Lizard's Tail                            (Frith)                  4:20
    4/ March of the Cosmetic Surgeons           (Thompson)               5:09
       Act 1, Scene 2, The Clinic of Dr. Krikstein. On a podium, Center, 
       MRS. RIPSTOCK-GEDDES is posing as Aphrodite, complete with water 
       jug. Enter Left DR. KRIKSTEIN, followed by his STUDENTS, marching
       Indian file to the rhythm of the music
    5/ Suzanne                                  (French)                 2:56
    6/ Quick Sign                               (Frith)                  3:40
    7/ Begging Bowl                             (Thompson)               3:18
    8/ Kalo Takariva-Requiem for Maurice Halison 
                                                (Kaiser)                 1:20
    9/ Invisible Means                          (B. Adams, French)       4:59
    10/ Loch Lomond                             (traditional)            4:45
    11/ The Book Of Lost Dreams                 (Kaiser)                 1:49
    12/ Days Of Our Lives                       (Kaiser, O. Salazar)     5:15
    13/ The Evening News                        (French)                 3:37
    14/ The Nearsighted Heron                   (Kaiser)                 3:25
    15/ Now That I Am Dead                      (D. Blair, French)       3:27
    16/ Hunting Sunsets                         (Frith)                  4:14
    17/ Killing Jar                             (Thompson)               7:43

    Recorded at Mobius Music, San Francisco (CA) on March 19-23, 1990
    Produced by Henry Kaiser

  John French: drums, lead vocal; Fred Frith: bass, violin; Henry Kaiser: 
  guitar; Richard Thompson: guitar, lead vocal; Catherine Keen (4): vocals.

    1990 - Windham Hill (USA), WD-1094 (CD)
    1990 - Windham Hill (USA), WT-1094 (CT)
    1990 - Demon Records (UK), FIEND 199 (LP)
    1990 - Demon (UK), FIEND CD 199 (CD)
    1990 (?) - Windham Hill Records/Pony Canyon (Japan), PCCY-20050 (CD)
    2000 (?) - Edsel (?), DIAB 8020 (CD)
    2000 - Diablo Records (UK), ??? (CD)
    2008 - Fledg'ling (UK), 3072 (CD)

  Note: the Windham Hill and Demon editions have very different booklets.
  Note: not sure if the Edsel and Diablo pressings are different or the same.
  Note: the 2008 reissue on Fledg'ling adds one bonus track.

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194 - NAKED CITY: John Zorn

    1/ Batman                                   (Zorn)                   1:58
    2/ The Sicilian Clan                        (Ennio Morricone)        3:27
    3/ You Will Be Shot                         (Zorn)                   1:29
    4/ Latin Quarter                            (Zorn)                   4:05
    5/ A Shot in the Dark                       (Henry Mancini)          3:09
    6/ Reanimator                               (Zorn)                   1:34
    7/ Snagglepuss                              (Zorn)                   2:14
    8/ I Want to Live                           (Johnny Mandel)          2:08
    9/ Lonely Woman                             (Ornette Coleman)        2:38
    10/ Igneous Ejaculation                     (Zorn)                   0:20
    11/ Blood Duster                            (Zorn)                   0:13
    12/ Hammerhead                              (Zorn)                   0:08
    13/ Demon Sanctuary                         (Zorn)                   0:38
    14/ Obeah Man                               (Zorn)                   0:17
    15/ Ujaku                                   (Zorn)                   0:27
    16/ Fuck the Facts                          (Zorn)                   0:11
    17/ Speedball                               (Zorn)                   0:37
    18/ Chinatown                               (Jerry Goldsmith)        4:23
    19/ Punk China Doll                         (Zorn)                   3:01
    20/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                       (Zorn)                   0:43
    21/ Saigon Pickup                           (Zorn)                   4:46
    22/ The James Bond Theme                    (John Barry)             3:03
    23/ Den of Sins                             (Zorn)                   1:08
    24/ Contempt                                (Georges Delerue)        2:49
    25/ Graveyard Shift                         (Zorn)                   3:25
    26/ Inside Straight                         (Zorn)                   4:10
 
    Produced by John Zorn/Naked City

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith:
  bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79238-1 (LP)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79238-2 (CD)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79238-4 (CT)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79238-1 (LP)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (Germany), 7559-79238-2 (CD)

  Note: (23-25) are not available on the LP pressings.
  Note: according to Fred Frith, the name envisionned for Naked City was
  Hips Row.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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196 - STEP ACROSS THE BORDER: Fred Frith

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

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

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

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

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

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197 - ATTENTION SPAN: Bob Ostertag

  Slam Dunk:                                    (Ostertag, Zorn)        23:19
    1/ Power                                                             1:07
    2/ Paper Jam                                                         0:16
    3/ Warning                                                           0:25
    4/ And Gate                                                          0:10
    5/ Necker Cube                                                       0:56
    6/ Fold                                                              1:06
    7/ Ebb Tide                                                          0:51
    8/ Marketing Research                                                0:21
    9/ Fixed Resistor                                                    0:17
    10/ Radiant Power                                                    1:14
    11/ Depth Reversal                                                   0:21
    12/ Dangerous Zone                                                   0:37
    13/ Hit The Road                                                     0:21
    14/ Smoking                                                          1:55
    15/ Waiting                                                          1:31
    16/ Electric Flux                                                    0:36
    17/ Cocktail Lounge                                                  0:35
    18/ Coat Check                                                       1:05
    19/ Detour                                                           0:24
    20/ Meter                                                            0:59
    21/ Circuit Breaker                                                  1:11
    22/ Surge Impedence                                                  0:40
    23/ Vision                                                           1:57
    24/ Black, To A Chimp                                                0:20
    25/ Neon                                                             1:00
    26/ Emergency Shop                                                   3:14
  Sleepless:                                    (Ostertag, Frith)       19:57
    27/ Flame                                                            1:54
    28/ Bone                                                             5:39
    29/ Jolt                                                             6:03
    30/ Bolt                                                             4:47
    31/ Loops                                                            0:56
    32/ Drowning Offshore                                                2:43

    Samples of Zorn recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in Septem-
    ber 1989
    (1-26) recorded at Mills College, Oakland in December 1989
    Samples of Frith recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in Sep-
    tember 1989
    (27-29,31) recorded at Mills College, Oakland in November 1989
    (30,32) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in September 1989

  Bob Ostertag: sampler, playing samples of John Zorn (1-26) and Fred Frith
  (27-32); Fred Frith (30,32): guitar.

    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 33 (CD)
    1990 - Rift (USA), Rift 14 (CD)
    2001 - Seeland (USA), 519 (limited edition CD-R in metal box)

  Note: the 2001 Seeland reissue is a limited "hand-made" CD-R edition in
  screened metal tin with inserts.

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198 - TORTURE GARDEN: Naked City

    1/ Blood is Thin                            (Zorn)                   1:00
    2/ Demon Sanctuary                          (Zorn)                   0:38
    3/ Thrash Jazz Assassin                     (Zorn)                   0:45
    4/ Dead Spot                                (Zorn)                   0:31
    5/ Bonehead                                 (Zorn)                   0:51
    6/ Speedball                                (Zorn)                   0:37
    7/ Blood Duster                             (Zorn)                   0:13
    8/ Pile Driver                              (Zorn)                   0:33
    9/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng                      (Zorn)                   1:14
    10/ Numbskull                               (Zorn)                   0:29
    11/ Perfume Of A Critic's Burning Flesh     (Zorn)                   0:24
    12/ Jazz Snob Eat Shit                      (Zorn)                   0:24
    13/ The Prestidigitator                     (Zorn)                   0:43
    14/ No Reason To Believe                    (Zorn)                   0:26
    15/ Hellraiser                              (Zorn)                   0:39
    16/ Torture Garden                          (Zorn)                   0:35
    17/ Slan                                    (Zorn)                   0:23
    18/ Hammerhead                              (Zorn)                   0:08
    19/ The Ways Of Pain                        (Zorn)                   0:31
    20/ The Noose                               (Zorn)                   0:10
    21/ Sack Of Shit                            (Zorn)                   0:43
    22/ Blunt Instrument                        (Zorn)                   0:53
    23/ Osaka Bondage                           (Zorn)                   1:14
    24/ Igneous Ejaculation                     (Zorn)                   0:20
    25/ Shallow Grave                           (Zorn)                   0:40
    26/ Ujaku                                   (Zorn)                   0:27
    27/ Kaoru                                   (Zorn)                   0:50
    28/ Dead Dread                              (Zorn)                   0:45
    29/ Billy Liar                              (Zorn)                   0:10
    30/ Victims Of Torture                      (Zorn)                   0:22
    31/ Speedfreaks                             (Zorn)                   0:29
    32/ New Jersey Scum Swamp                   (Zorn)                   0:41
    33/ S & M Sniper                            (Zorn)                   0:14
    34/ Pigfucker                               (Zorn)                   0:23
    35/ Cairo Chop Shop                         (Zorn)                   0:22
    36/ Fuck The Facts                          (Zorn)                   0:11
    37/ Obeah Man                               (Zorn)                   0:17
    38/ Facelifter                              (Zorn)                   0:34
    39/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                       (Zorn)                   0:43
    40/ Whiplash                                (Zorn)                   0:19
    41/ The Blade                               (Zorn)                   0:36
    42/ Gob Of Spit                             (Zorn)                   0:18

    Recorded in Brooklyn, New York City and Tokyo 1989-1990
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; 
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1990 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), S-039-CS (CT)
    1990 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 0...039 (45RPM 12")
    1991 - Earache (UK), Mosh 28 (LP)
    1991 - Earache (UK), Mosh 28 MC (CT)
    1990 - Rough Trade (Germany?), no number (promo LP
    1991 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88557 (CD)
    1993 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), 039 (CD)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312-2 (2xCD)
    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312 (CD)

  Note: all the songs except (2,6,7,18,24,26,36,37,39) are also available on  
  GRAND GUIGNOL (1992).
  Note: (2,6,7,18,24,26,36,37,39) were previously released on NAKED CITY 
  (1990).
  Note: the Tzadik reissues are called BLACKBOX and also includes LENG TCH'E
  (1992).

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199 - GRIND CRUSHER - THE ULTIMATE EARACHE: various bands from Earache

  This record features songs by Morbid Angel (1), Repulsion (2), Carcass (3),
  Godflesh (4), Terrorizer (5), Hellbastard (6), Carnage (7), Naked City (8),
  Filthy Christians (9), Old Lady Drivers (10), Intense Degree (11), Sore
  Throat (12), Napalm Death (13), Entombed (14), Nocturnus (15), Bolt Thrower
  (16), Lawnmower Deth (17), Cadaver (18), Sweet Tooth (19), Mighty Force
  (20), Spazztic Blurr (21), Heresy (22), Unseen Terror (23).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Naked City:

    8/ Osaka Bondage

    1991 - Earache (UK), MOSH 35 (2xLP)
    1991 - Earache (UK), MOSH 35CD (CD)
    1991 - Combat/Earache, 88561-2027-2 (CD)
    ???? - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88558 (CD)

  Note: this record is also called GRIND CRUSHER II.

  See TORTURE GARDEN (1990) or GRAND GUIGNOL (1992) for further references on (8).

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200 - FESTIVAL MIMI 89: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with Looping Home Orchestra:

    1/ Spanska Trappan                          (Hollmer)                5:16

    Recorded live, July 6-9, 1989

  Lars Hollmer: accordion, keyboards; Olle Sundin: keyboards, bass; Hans
  Loelu: keyboards, accordion; Ulf Wallander: alto, baritone saxophone, clari-
  net; Liselotte Norelius: drums; Fred Frith: violin, guitar.

  and one in duo with John Zorn:

    5/ Improvisation                            (Zorn, Frith)            5:50

    Recorded live, July 6-9, 1989

  Fred Frith: guitar; John Zorn: alto.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    1/ Boots                                    (Frith)                  3:53

    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: synclavier, guitar.

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

  Note: the CT pressing is packaged in a can!

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203 - THE ART OF BEAUTIFUL BUTLING: Sovetskoe Foto

    1/ 2011395                                  (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   4:46
    2/ Dear Diane                               (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:25
    3/ Baby Strange                             (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:27
    4/ Love Theme                               (Huber, Sterr)           1:35
    5/ Everything I Had                         (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   2:27
    6/ Harbour Of Fool                          (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   4:02
    7/ 1000 Miles                               (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:14
    8/ Misfit                                   (Huber, Sterr)           2:30
    9/ Beauty Spot                              (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:20
    10/ Crimson & Love                          (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:00

    Recorded at Sound Fabrik in Munich
    Produced by Sovetskoe Foto with Martin Bisi

  Walter Sterr: guitars; Georg S. Huber: bass; Jochen Haegle: vocals; Jan
  Zelinka: drums; Stefanie Kammerlander: cello (4,10); Sankar Lal: tablas (4);
  Fred Frith: guitar (1,2,5,9); John Zorn: sax (5).

    1990 - 1st REC (Germany), SPV 008-93231 (LP)
    1990 - 1st REC (Germany), SPV 084 - 93232 (CD)

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204 - No title: John Zorn and Napalm Death

  This record is a flexi which came in with the issue #85 (September 1990) of
  the magazine THE CATALOGUE.

    1/ Osaka Bondage            by Naked City
    2/ Malicious Intent         by Napalm Death
    3/ Shang Kuan Ling-Feng     by Naked City

    1990 - The Catalogue (UK), CAT085 (magazine+flexi)

  See TORTURE GARDEN (1990) for further references on (1,3).

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205 - THUNDERING HERD: THE BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS: The Golden Palominos

  Disc 1:
    1/ A Little Older                                                    0:08
    2/ Clustering Train                         (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    6:11
    3/ Lucky                                    (Kidney)                 4:58
    4/ Angels                                   (Fier, Blegvad, Straw)   5:05
    5/ Diamond                                  (Peter Holsapple)        4:46
    6/ Brides of Jesus                          (Payne, George)          3:27
    7/ Buenos Aries                             (AF, Skopelitis, Straw)  3:47
    8/ Under The Cap                            (Fier, Lindsay)          5:38
    9/ Silver Bullet                            (AF,JH, Straw, Cullum)   5:12
    10/ A Letter Back                           (Kidney)                 7:10
    11/ The Push And The Shove                  (Kidney)                 4:32
    12/ Strong, Simple Silences                 (Fier, Blegvad)          4:19
    13/ Work Was New                            (Fier, Blegvad)          4:08
    14/ The Animal Speaks                       (Kidney)                 4:07
    15/ Over                                    (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 7:32
  Disc 2:
    16/ I've Been The One                       (Lowell George)          3:15
    17/ Boy (Go)                                (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    5:31
    18/ Darklands                               (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:46
    19/ Something Becomes Nothing               (Fier, Blegvad, Sweet)   5:10
    20/ Wild River                              (Kidney)                 4:44
    21/ Only One Party                          (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:32
    22/ Omaha                                   (Skip Spence)            3:12
    23/ (Kind of) True                          (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:50
    24/ Faithless Heart                         (Fier, Harris, Dixon)    4:08
    25/ I.D.                                    (Fier, Lindsay)          6:45
    26/ Angel Of Death                          (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 4:50
    27/ Shattered Image                         (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 5:28
    28/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder      (AF, Harris, Blegvad)    5:23
    29/ A Little Older                                                   0:05

    1990 - Oceana Records (USA), 4105-2-Q (2xCD)
    1990 - Oceana Records (USA), ??? (2xCT)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (25).

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206 - RADIO HOUR: John Zorn

  "A one-hour special hosted by John Zorn, spinning discs by his favorite
  artists and Naked City."

  The favorite artists are Mauricio Kagel, Napalm Death, James Blood Ulmer, 
  Hasil Adkins, Juan Garcia Esquivel, Roland Kirk, Jazz Composer's Orchestra, 
  Hüsker Dü, Die Kreuzen, Naked City, Indian Karnatic Jazz (directed by  T.K. 
  Ramamurthi), Funkadelic, Beach Boys, Ennio Morricone, John Zorn, Lenny 
  Tristano.

    1/ John Zorn Radio Hour, Part I                                     27:33
    2/ John Zorn Radio Hour, Part II                                    33:03
    3/ The James Bond Theme                                              3:02
    4/ Graveyard Shift                                                   3:25
    5/ Gotham (formerly Batman)                                          1:58
    6/ Latin Quarter                                                     4:05

    1990 - Elektra (USA), PRCD 8195-2 (CD)

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207 - LIVE IN MOSCOW, PRAGUE AND WASHINGTON: Fred Frith, Chris Cutler

    1/ Moscow                                   (Cutler, Frith)         43:00
    2/ Prague                                   (Cutler, Frith)         27:13
    3/ Washington                               (Cutler, Frith)          2:49

    (1) recorded at Culture Palace on 31 May 1989
    (2) recorded at the 8th Prague 'Jazz Days' festival on 25 May 1979
    (3) recorded at DC Space on 20 December 1979

  Fred Frith: guitars, Vox Organ guitar, table guitars, adapted guitars, bass,
  six-string bass, violin, voice, flotsam; Chris Cutler: drums, electrified
  drums, contact mics, telephone mouthpieces, jetsam, etc.

    1990 - ReR (UK), CCFFCD (CD)

  Note: (2,3) were previously released on LIVE IN PRAGUE AND WASHINGTON
  (1983).

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208 - IN ONE MOUTH AND OUT OF THE OTHER: Rebby Sharp

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

    Recorded at Noise New York
    Produced by Kramer

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

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

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

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209 - DEBACLE: THE FIRST DECADE: Violent Femmes

    1/ Gimmie The Car                           (Gano)                   5:06
    2/ Nightmares                               (Gano)                   3:33
    3/ Black Girls                              (Gano)                   5:42
    4/ Add It Up                                (Gano)                   4:44
    5/ Children Of The Revolution               (Marc Bolan)             4:19
    6/ Good Feeling                             (Gano)                   3:51
    7/ Gone Daddy Gone                          (Gano)                   3:05
    8/ Fat                                      (Gano)                   1:49
    9/ Old Mother Reagan                        (Gano)                   0:31
    10/ Blister In The Sun                      (Gano)                   2:25
    11/ Country Death Song                      (Gano)                   5:03
    12/ Ugly                                    (Gano)                   2:20
    13/ World We're Living In                   (Gano)                   5:13

    (1,3,4,6,7,10-12) produced by Mark Van Hecke
    (5,9) produced by Jerry Harrison
    (2,8,13) produced by Violent Femmes & Warren Bruleigh

  Gordon Gano: lead vocals, guitar, violin; Brian Ritchie: bass, vocals, xylo-
  phone, jew's harp, guitar; Victor DeLorenzo: drums, percussion, vocals;
  Peter Balestrieri (3,13): tenor, baritone saxophone; Drake Scott (3): corn-
  etto; John Zorn (3): alto, game calls; Jerry Harrison (5): keyboards, gui-
  tar; Fred Frith (5): guitar solo; Steve Scales: percussion; Junior Brantley
  (5): keyboards; Shirley Simms (5): vocals; Lovelace Redmond (5): vocals;
  Connie Blomberg (5): vocals; Arlene Holmes (5): vocals; Mark Van Hecke (6):
  piano; Tony Trischka (11): banjo; Sigmond Snopek III (13): keyboards.

    1990 - Liberation Records/Slash (Australia), D30477 (CD)
    1990 - Liberation Records/Slash (?), D24515 (CD)
    1990 (?) - Libea (Germany), ??? (LP)
    1990 (?) - Libea (Germany), ??? (CD)
    1990 (?) - Festi (Netherlands), ??? (CD)

  See THE BLIND LEADING THE NAKED (1986) for further references on (5).

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210 - LONG ON LOGIC: Rova

    1/ Long On Logic                            (Frith)                 10:40
    2/ Hope                                     (Frith)                  4:20
    3/ Song And Dance                           (Frith)                  4:02
    4/ Sugagaki For Conlon                      (Henry Kaiser)           4:48
    5/ The Shopper                              (Ochs)                   9:59
    6/ K/24 - for Vasilly Kandinsky             (Adams)                  8:48
    7/ Wig Hag Six Step                         (Raskin)                 6:06
    8/ Tourque - For Roscoe Mitchell            (Ochs)                  14:22

    (1-3) recorded at Different Fur Recording, San Francisco (CA) on March 
    5-6, 1989
    (4-8) recorded at Bay Recording, Berkeley (CA) on January 25-26, 1990

  Steve Adams: alto, sopranino, baritone saxophone; Bruce Ackley: soprano, 
  tenor; John Raskin: baritone saxophone, alto; Larry Ochs: tenor, sopranino.

    1990 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas 37 (LP)
    1990 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS CD 037 (CD)

  Note: (8) is not available on the LP pressing.
  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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211 - CERTAIN DAMAGE! VOLUME 26: various artists

  This record features The House Of Love (1), Gunbunnies (2), Breathers (3),
  Poi Dog Pondering (4), Chills (5), Blue Aeroplanes (6), John Zorn (7,8),
  Chemical Wedding (9), The Church (10), Rockphonics (11), Trilobites (12),
  Del Amitri (13), God's Little Monkeys (14), Blue Clocks Green (15), The
  Fall (16), Social Act (17), Cretins (18), Luka Bloom (19).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks with John Zorn:

    7/ Batman                                   (Zorn)                   2:02
    8/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                        (Zorn)                   0:46

    1990 - CMJ (USA), CMJ CD-26 (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (7,8).

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212 - CERTAIN DAMAGE! VOLUME 30: various artists

  This record features The Replacements (1), Redd Kross (2), Texas Tornados
  (3), Soho (4), Jane's Addiction (5), Wartime (6), Inspiral Carpets (7), An
  Emotional Fish (8), Oyster Band With June Tabor (9), French/Frith/Kaiser/
  Thompson (10), R.E.M.'s Mike Mills for the National Wildlife Federation
  (11), Aster Aweke (12), Water Walk (13), Hex (14), Into Paradise (15),
  David Torn (16), Bootsauce (17), Criminal Nation (18).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with French, Frith, Kaiser, Thompson:

    10/ Peppermint Rock                         (JF,FF,HK,RT)            3:40

    1990 - CMJ (USA), CMJ CD-030 (CD)

  Note: made for radio station play purpose.

  See INVISIBLE MEANS (1990) for further references on (10).

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213 - ELEKTRA NONESUCH SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features John Adams (1), Terry Riley (2), Kurt Weil/Berthold
  Brecht (3), Philip Glass (4), Ingram Marshall (5), John Harbison (6), John
  Zorn/Naked City (7), Neil Rolnick (8), Igor Stravinsky (9), Wayne Horvitz
  (10), Steve Reich (11)

  Fred Frith plays on one track with John Zorn/Naked City:

    7/ Chinatown                                (Jerry Goldsmith)

    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA?), ??? (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (7).

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214 - UNWAXED - AN ESD TASTER: various artists

  This record features The Residents (1), Fred Frith (2, 3), Speed the Plough
  (4), Anne Richmond Boston (5), Jane Sibbery (6), Stewart & Gaskin (7), Henry
  Cow (8), Happy the Man (9), Kit Watkins (10), National (11), Glenn Phillips
  (12), Jimmy Silva & The Goats (13), The Skeletons (14, 15), The Morells
  (16), Blood Oranges (17), Scott McCaughey (18), Young Fresh Fellows (19).

  Fred Frith plays on three tracks, two under his name:

    2/ Scottish Roppongi                        (Frith)                  1:47
    3/ Norrgarden Nylva                         (Frith)                  3:16

  and one with Henry Cow:

    8/ Nirvana For Mice                         (Frith)                  4:58

    1990 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD SAMPLER 021 (CD)

  See STEP ACROSS THE BORDER (1990) for further references on (2), GRAVITY
  (1980) for (3) and LEG END (1973) for (8).

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215 - EARACHE SAMPLER #2: various artists

  This promo cassette features  Napalm Death (1), Cadaver (2), Sweet Tooth
  (3), Mighty Force (4), John Zorn & Naked City (5), Nocturnus (6), Lawnmower
  Deth (7), Carnage (8).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with John Zorn & Naked City:

    5/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng                      (John Zorn)

    1990 - Earache (UK), MOSH PROMO 2 (CT)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

  See TORTURE GARDEN for further references on (5).

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216 - MIGHTY RISEN PLEA: various artists

  This record features Jarboe (1), Bruce Hampton & Ricky Keller (The Aquarium
  Rescue Unit?) (2), PVC Precinct (3), Wisconsin Conservatory of Noise (4),
  Borbetomagus (5), Randy Greif (6), Crawling with Tarts (7), Shaking Ray
  Levis & Jack Wright (8), Fred Frith (9), Hakim Bey & Sue Ann Harkey (10),
  Tinnitus (11), Kerry Wendell Thornley (12), Accidents of Culture (13), Logos
  Duo (14), Murray Reams (15), Crippled Hippo (16), Dick Robinson (17), City
  of Lindas (18), The Jody Grind (19), Nerve Clinic (20), Neon Christ (21), Mo
  Tucker (22), I See the Moon (23), Mofungo (24).

  Fred Frith plays on one track:

    9/ Mirror/Dark As A Match                   (Frith)

    (9) recorded at Cactus Studio, Marseille on October 28-29, 1990
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Ahmed Compaore: drums; Christophe Costabel: guitar; Frederic Giuliani:
  samples, keyboard ; Hakkim Khattabi: synthesizer; Farid Khenfouf: bass;
  Edmond Hosdikian: alto; Nadine Laporte: synthesizer; Laurent Luci: guitar;
  Mathias Mopty: cymbals; René Giullo: home-made instruments; Richard Peter:
  guitar; Patrice Prone: 'stick' bass; Didier Roth: home-mades, radio;
  Stéphane Salerno: guitar; Bob Villejean: home-mades; Claude Monteil:
  soprano; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1991 - Sacred Flame (USA), SF01 (2xLP)

  Note: Aids research fundraising project. The song by Frith is an excerpt
  from the HELTER SKELTER opera by Frith/François-Michel Pesenti.

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217 - NULL & FRED FRITH

    1/ 20000V Live                              (Null, Frith)
    2/ Heaven's Breath                          (Null)

    (1) recorded at 20000V, Tokyo on February 11, 1990
    (2) recorded at Prima Natura on January 6, 1990

  Fred Frith (1): guitars; Kazuyuki K. Null: guitars.

    1991 - Nux Organization (Japan), NUX-21 (CT)

  Note: (1) is released on CD under the name of "Where We Exist" on GUITAR
  ORGANISM (1995).

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218 - MOSAIQUES: Joel Dugrenot

    1/ Water Light                              (Dugrenot)               6:04
    2/ Half Fish, Half Bird                     (Dugrenot)               6:19
    3/ Dans Le Jardin                           (Dugrenot)               6:21
    4/ Pastel Space                             (Dugrenot)               4:43
    5/ Pegasus Dream                            (Dugrenot)               5:18
    6/ Sunrise Call                             (Dugrenot)               4:45

    Recorded at Studio Ferber, Paris in the mid-late '70s
    Produced by Joel Dugrenot and Franck Redlich

  Joel Dugrenot: bass, vibes, tubulars, gong, 12 strings, harpsichord, acous-
  tic piano, electric piano, conductor, vocals; David Rose: violin; François 
  Jeanneau: flute, soprano, synthesizer, hyricon (?); Roger Deroeux (1,2,5): 
  electric piano; Serge Aouzi (1): drums; Fred Frith (2): guitar; Pierre 
  Moerlen (2,3): drums; David Cross (5): violin; Marc Bonnet Maury (6): vio-
  lin; Nigel Morris (5): drums; Manuel Villaroel (6): electric piano, grand 
  piano.

    1991 - Mantra (France), COM 6037 (CD)

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219 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. XVII: various artists

  This magazine/tape features The Lo Yo Yo (1,2), The Kalahari Surfers (3,4),
  Look de Bouk (5,6), Half Japanese with The Orthotonics (7,8), The Work (9,
  10), Fred Frith and Tenko (11,12), Cassiber (13,14).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks in duo with Tenko:

    11/ Orochi                                  (Frith, Tenko)           7:38
    12/ Slightly Alight                         (Frith, Tenko)           2:27

    Recorded live at Autonomes Kulturzentrum, Würzburg (Germany) on April 14,
    1989

  Fred Frith: guitar, voice; Tenko: voice, home-made instruments.

    1991 - Bad Alchemy (Germany), No. XVII (magazine+CT)

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220 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES JANUARY & FEBRUARY '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features music by Paul Motian Trio (1), Jazz Passengers (2), Mark
  Berger & The Headcleaners (3), Dave Tronzo (4), The Reggie Workman Ensemble
  (5), Bob Ostertag & Fred Frith (6), Ned Rothenberg Double Band (7), Oren
  Bloedow (8,9), Fracas (10,11), Marion Brandis & Myra Melford (12).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Bob Ostertag:

    6/ Untitled improvisation                   (Ostertag, Frith)

  Bob Ostertag; Fred Frith.

    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (CT)

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221 - PLACE OF GENERAL HAPPINESS - VOL. 2: Lyrics by Ernest Noyes Brookings

  This record features music by Brave Combo, Michael Gregory, Young Fresh 
  Fellows, Fred Frith, Lonesome Bob, The Incredible Casuals, Men & Volts,
  Rubber Rodeo, Birdsongs of the Mesozoic with Willie "Loco" Alexander, 7 or 
  8 Worm Hearts, XTC (Andy Partridge only, in fact), Bim Skala Bim, The 
  Monique Experience, S.O.F.A., Victor Banana, Chunk, No Man's Band, Maestro 
  Subgum & The Whole, The Splatter Trio, Anne Richmond Boston.

  Brave Combo: 

    1/ Skin                                     (ENB, Finch)             3:34

  Jeffrey Barnes: tenor, baritone saxophone, vocals; Carl Finch: piano, lead 
  vocals; Bubba Hernandez: bass, vocals; Mitch Marine: drums; Mike Dillon: 
  percussion.

  Michael Gregory:

    2/ Boomtown                                 (ENB, Gregory)           3:46

  Michael Gregory: vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, drum programming; Kamal 
  Sabir: high hat; David Baupre: sampler technician; Stewart Getzoff: DAT 
  technician.

  Young Fresh Fellows:

    3/ Yankee Magazine                          (ENB, McCaughey, Bloch)  1:38

  Scott McCaughey: vocals, rhythm guitar; Kurt Bloch: lead guitar; Jim 
  Sangster: bass; Tad Hutchison: drums, back-up vocals; Conrad Uno: back-up
  vocals.

  Fred Frith:

    4/ Life of a Detective                      (ENB, Frith)             3:30

    Recorded at Triple Helix, Denver (Colorado)

  Fred Frith: violin, bass, Mellotron, guitar, vocals (voice); Mike Johnson: 
  principal voice; Dave Kerman: voice.

    5/ My High School Education"                (ENB, Chaney)            6:55

  Lonesome Bob: vocals and everything else; Matt Verdery: lead guitar.
  
  The Incredible Casuals:

    6/ Toast                                    (ENB, Travis)            2:36
  
  Chandler Travis: bass, vocals; Johnny Spampinato: guitar; Aaron Spade: gui-
  tar, vocals; Vince Valium: drums.

  Men & Volts:

    7/ Dinner                                   (ENB, Kaplan)            2:28
  
  Phil Kaplan: guitar, vocals; Bruce Millard: guitar; Jon Proudman: drums,
  spoons; Rick Diamond: bass.

  Rubber Rodeo:

    8/ Planning and Completing an Explorative Trip to Planet Mars
                                                (ENB, Leib)              3:54

  Trish Milliken: singing; Bob Holmes: guitar, harmonica, singing; Doug Allen:
  bass; Gary Leib: voice, synthesizer.

  Birdsongs of the Mesozoic with Willie "Loco" Alexander:

    9/ Interference Distraction                 (ENB, Lindgren)          3:50

  Willie Alexander: vocals; Ken Field: soprano, percussion, vocals; Erik 
  Lindgren: piano, electronic percussion, vocals; Rick Scott: synthesizer,
  vocals; Martin Swope: treated guitar, vocals.

  7 or 8 Worm Hearts:

    10/ Kiss                                    (ENB, Jones)             1:51

  Johny Blood: alto horn; Jane-Ellen DeSomma: vocals; Phil Franklin: drums;
  Lauren Hirshon: guitar; Glenn Jones: guitar; Phil Milstein: tapes; Ned 
  Stone: sousaphone; Ed Yazijian: violin.
 
  XTC:

    11/ Rocket                                  (ENB, Partridge)         5:20
 
  Andy Partridge: all instruments, vocals.

  Bim Skala Bim:

    12/ Fifty                                   (ENB, Jones)             2:50

  Jim Arhelger: drums; Rick Barry: percussion; John Cameron: keyboards; Mark
  Ferranti: bass; Vinny Nobile: trombone, vocals; Jim Jones: guitar, vocals;
  Dan Vitale: vocals.

  The Monique Experience:

    13/ Bats                                    (ENB, Potts)             3:29

  Kevin Laffey: guitar; Bill Noland: bass organ, marimba, drum programming;
  Rick Potts: organ; Sarah Seager: vocals. 
 
  S.O.F.A. (Staff Of Fort Apache):

    14/ Hair                                    (ENB, Slade)             5:26

  Clark Goodpaster: drums; Paul Kolderie: bass; Joe Harvard: lead guitar; Tim
  O'Heir: guitar; Gary Smith: piano; Jim Fitting: chromatic harmonica, roll-
  monica; Sean Slade: Mellotron, lead and back-up vocals.

  Victor Banana:

    15/ Why I Write Poetry                      (ENB, Hensley)           1:01

  Tim Hensley: organ, vocals; Paul deGre: "12,500".

  Chunk:

    16/ Shut Up                                 (ENB, Bennett)           3:49

  Samm Bennett: drums, percussion, samples, lead vocals; Oren Bloedow: bass,
  vocals; Billy Martin: berimbau.

  No Man's Band:

    17/ Monarchs                                (ENB, Miller, N.M.B.)    3:18

  Roger Miller: trumpet, keyboards, voice; Russ Smith: bass, voice; Ken 
  Winokur: percussion, voice.

  Maestro Subgum & The Whole:

    18/ Watermelon                              (ENB, Greenberg, Magnus) 2:45

  Jenny Magnus: vocals; Kate O'Reilly: vocals; Colm O'Reilly: vocals; Lefty 
  Fizzle: vocals; Bob Jacobson: recitation, trumpet; Blair Thomas:  tuba, 
  euphonium; Michael Greenberg: piano; Ned Folkerth: drums.

  The Splatter Trio:

    19/ Cheese                                  (ENB, Barrett)           3:20

  Dave Barrett: tenor, melodica; Myles Boisen: guitar, bass; Gino Robair: 
  drums; Jim Turner: special guest singer; Splatter: back-up vocals, hand-
  claps.

  Anne Richmond Boston:

    20/ Speed Of Sound                          (ENB, Cerreta, Gal)      4:18

  Anne Boston: vocals; Rob Gal: guitar, lap steel guitar, bass, 6-string bass;
  John Cerreta: keyboard.

    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80522 (CD) 
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), EDSC 80524 (CT)

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222 - DROPERA: Fred & Ferd

  Twisted rock opera by Fred Frith & Ferdinand Richard.

  On vit!
    1/ Petite Entree: Au restaurant, on se regarde!                      3:31
    2/ Tableau 1: Riche et mysterieux!                                   5:56
    3/ Tableau 2: Mauvaise gauche!                                       2:24
    4/ Tableau 3: Deux emballes!                                         2:52
    5/ Tableau 4: Tous cuits!                                            4:02
    6/ Fin tragique: Flottent les petits morceaux!                       2:33
  On est mort!
    7/ Enchainement alchimique: Nos fantomes naissent!                   3:42
    8/ Tableau 5: La mer est notre mere!                                 4:08
    9/ Tableau 6: Ah, que la vie est dure!                               4:59
    10/ Tableau 7: Allez, on danse!                                      4:08
    11/ Tableau 8: Hola! tu reves!/Fin comique: A quand la suite?        7:48

    Music by Fred Frith and Ferdinand Richard
    Lyrics by Ferdinand Richard

    Recorded August 1989, Sound and Vision Studio, Zürich
    Produced by Raymund Van Santen

  Fred Frith: guitars, violins, keyboards, digital and analog percussions,
  vocals; Ferdinand Richard: Fender Six Bass guitar, vocals; Raymund van 
  Santen: alto, clarinette, flageolet.

    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 32 (LP)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 32 (CD)

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223 - 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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224 - IMPROVISED MUSIC NEW YORK 1981: Material

    1/ untitled                                                          1:21
    2/ untitled                                                          5:04
    3/ untitled                                                          4:33
    4/ untitled                                                          5:50
    5/ untitled                                                          6:42
    6/ untitled                                                          5:46
    7/ untitled                                                          3:48

    Recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City on September 18, 1981

  Derek Bailey: guitar; Fred Frith: guitar; Sonny Sharrock: guitar; John Zorn:
  horns; Bill Laswell: bass; Charles K. Noyes: percussion.

    1991 - Muworks Records, MU W 1007 (CD)
    1992 - Muworks Records (Japan), TKCB-30574 (CD)

  Note: this is a live performance by Material, but due to contractual obli-
  gations it could not be called Material.

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225 - ?WHO STOLE THE POLKA?: Guy Klucevsek

  Guy Klucevsek interprets compositions by William Obrecht, David Garland,
  John King, Fred Frith, Peter Zummo, Bill Ruyle, Lois V Vierk, Phillip
  Johnston, Thomas Albert, Carl Stone, Mary Jane Leach, David Mahler, Elliott
  Sharp, A. Leroy.

    1/ Guy, Won't You Play Your Accordion?      (William Obrecht)        3:32
    2/ The VCR Polka                            (David Garland)          2:55
    3/ Solidarity-Polka Song                    (John King)              3:43
    4/ The Disinformation Polka                 (Fred Frith)             4:06
    5/ (The) Who Stole The Polka                (Peter Zummo)            2:11
    6/ (Do The) Lurk -- Part 2 -- Polka         (Bill Ruyle)             2:14
    7/ Some Of That "Old Time Soul" Polka       (Klucevsek)              2:11
    8/ Attack Cat Polka                         (V Vierk, A. Stidfole)   1:21
    9/ Pontius Pilate Polka                     (Phillip Johnston)       8:27
    9a/ The Devil's Polka                       (Thomas Albert)
    10/ Fuddle The Shux                         (Carl Stone)             3:28
    11/ Guy De Polka                            (Mary Jane Leach)        3:08
    12/ The Twenty-Second Street Accordion Band (David Mahler)           3:07
    13/ Happy Chappie Polka                     (Elliott Sharp)          1:39
    14/ Wild Goose                              (A. Leroy)               5:48

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in July 1991
    (4,13) recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in January 1990
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion, vocals; John King: electric guitar, electric vio-
  lin, dobro, vocals; David Hofsta: Fender bass, doublebass, tuba; Bill Ruyle:
  drums, marimba, triangle; David Garland (1,2,9,12,14): voice, whistling;
  Thomas Buckner (8): voice; Nicolas Collins (9a): trombone-propelled electro-
  nics; Jaguar Wishbone Connecticut (1,2,4,7,13): drums; Erik Friedlander (5,
  8): cello, vocals; Mary Rowell (5,6,8,9a,10,14): violin, vocals; Elliott
  Sharp (13): voice, tenor; Dubmeister Wally (9a); Douglas Wieselman (7): cla-
  rinet.

    1991 - Eva (Japan), WWCX 2037 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Germany), 33009 (CD)
    2012 - Starkland (USA), ST-218 (2xCD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.
  Note: The 2xCD reissue has not been released yet (planned on October 16, 
  2012).
  Note: The 2xCD reissue also includes POLKA DOTS & LASER BEAMS (1991).

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226 - PASSED NORMAL VOL. 4: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Skeleton Crew (also found on PASSED
  NORMAL VOL. 1 (1986)):

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

    Recorded at Illinois State University on November 4, 1984

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

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

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

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227 - SOONER OR LATER: Bob Ostertag

    1/ Part One                                                         29:12
    2/ Part Two                                                         14:25

    Recorded at Bear Cave, San Francisco in January-June 1990

  Bob Ostertag: digital sampling keyboards.

    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec LP 37 (LP)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 37 (CD)
    2000 - Seeland (USA), 514CD (limited edition CD in metal box)

  Note: 20 seconds of Fred Frith playing guitar are sampled on (2).

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228 - STOP COMPLAINING/SUNDOWN: Hans Reichel

  Duets with Fred Frith and Kazuhisa Uchihashi.

  Stop Complaining                              (Frith, Reichel)        36:27
    1/ Section I                                                         3:10
    2/ Section II                                                        6:31
    3/ Section III                                                       3:28
    4/ Section IV                                                        3:07
    5/ Section V                                                         4:10
    6/ Section VI                                                        5:10
    7/ Section VII                                                       3:22
    8/ Section VIII                                                      2:32
    9/ Section IX                                                        4:57

    Recorded during the "Workshop Freie Musik" on June 30, 1990 at the 
    Akademie Der Künste, Berlin
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Fred Frith: guitar, voice; Hans Reichel: guitar, daxophone.

    10/ Sundown                                 (Reichel, Uchihashi)    35:01

    Recorded by Ken Imamura on January 25, 1991 at the "Big Apple" Live-Spot, 
    Kobe, Japan
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Kazuhisa Uchihashi: guitar; Hans Reichel: guitar, daxophone.

    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 36 (CD)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Duck & Cover:

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

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

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

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

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

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231 - 43 SONGS x 3CDs: Etron Fou Leloublan

  Disc 1:
    1/ L'Amulette Et Le Petit Rabbin            (Chenevier, Ruynat)     18:07
    2/ Sololo Brigida                           (Chenevier)              3:18
    3/ Yvett' Blouse                            (EFL)                    0:26
    4/ Madame Richard Larika                    (Richard, EFL)           9:23
    5/ Histoire De Graine                       (Richard, EFL)          11:20
    6/ Face A L' Extravagante Montee Des Ascenseurs, Nous Resterons Fideles
       A Notre Calme Determination              (EFL)                    6:13
    7/ Le Fleuve Et Le Manteau                  (EFL, Richard)           7:48
    8/ Percutant Reportage Au Pays Des Fees     (EFL, GC, E. Ruynat)     0:35
    9/                                          (EFL)                    5:53
      9a/ Recherche Pour Un Journal, Des Lunettes, Une Pipe Et Un Beret
      9b/ 13h 58, Ou Les Petites Aventures Du Medecin Chef 
      9c/ Je Veux Danser Avec Toi 
    10/ Le Desastreux Voyage De Piteux Python   (EFL, Richard)          10:40
  Disc 2:
    11/ P.O.I. (Pourissement Des Organes Interieurs) 
                                                (EFL, Richard)           6:56
    12/ Nave De Bilande                         (EFL)                    3:00
    13/ Nicolas                                 (Thirion, S. Jausserand) 4:07
    14/ Mimi                                    (Richard)                2:59
    15/ Exposition Universelle                  (Chenevier)              1:43
    16/ Nicole                                  (Thirion, Richard)       5:41
    17/ La Musique                              (Thirion, C. Baudelaire) 3:03
    18/ Christine                               (Richard)                6:40
    19/ Those Distant Waters                    (Chenevier, Richard)     3:17
    20/ Upsalla                                 (Chenevier)              2:06
    21/ Io Prefero                              (Thirion, Chenevier)     4:30
    22/ Pas' L'Sou                              (GC, S. Jausserand)      3:14
    23/ Phare Plafond                           (Richard, Chenevier)     4:14
    24/ Les Vitres                              (Richard, Thirion)       4:47
    25/ Les Alsaciennes                         (Thirion)                1:59
    26/ Nouveau                                 (Richard, Chenevier)     4:14
    27/ L'Enfance De Guigou                     (Chenevier, Meillier)    6:08
  Disc 3:
    28/ Emoi                                    (Chenevier, Richard)     4:08    
    29/ C' Est Pas Bien                         (Richard)                4:00
    30/ Et Qu' C'et Air-La                      (Chenevier)              2:54
    31/ Lavabo                                  (Richard, Meillier)      5:09
    32/ Le Jeu L'Alcool Et Les Femmes           (Meillier)               3:46
    33/ Lavés À La Machine                      (Richard)                4:19
    34/ Tous Le Poussent                        (Richard)                3:39
    35/ Hors De Son Monde                       (Chenevier)              4:00
    36/ Paris 65                                (Chenevier)              4:04
    37/ Sous Les Draps                          (Thirion)                3:52
    38/ Comment Choisir Son Infirmiere          (Richard)                3:14
    39/ Gifle Hubert                            (Richard)                4:45
    40/ Blanc                                   (Richard, Thirion)       4:13
    41/ Binet D'Eau Froide                      (FR,GC,JT)               0:18
    42/ Plus Rien Ne Nous Retient Dans Ce Pays  (Richard, Chenevier)     3:34    
    43/ Mon Petit Chorus                        (FR,GC,JT)               4:12

    (1-5) recorded in November 1976
    (6-12) recorded at Studio Tangara, Toulouse (France) in November 1977
    (13-22) recorded at THC, Bernex (Switzerland) in November 1981
    (23-32) recorded at Studio THC, Geneve (Switzerland) on August 20-30 1983
    (33-43) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in August 1985
    (1-12) produced by Etron Fou Leloublan
    (13-22,33-43) produced by Fred Frith
    (23-32) produced by Guigou Chenevier

  Ferdinand Richard: bass, vocals; Guigou Chenevier: drums, percussion, cans
  etc, whistle, tenor sax, vocals; Chris Chanet (1-5): winds; Eulalie Ruynat
  (1-5): vocals; Francis Grand (6-12): alto, tenor, melodica, flute, harmo-
  nica, zither, vocals; Jean-Pierre Grasset "Verto" (6-9): guitars; Michel 
  Grezes (12): voice; Jo Thirion (13-43): organ, piano, trumpet, vocals; 
  Bernard Mathieu (13-22): soprano, tenor; Fred Frith (18,22,35,36,40,42): 
  guitar, violin; Bruno Meillier (23-32): alto, tenor & baritone saxes. 

    1991 - Baillemont (France), CD 929 (3xCD)
    1995 - Musea (France), FGBG 4212.AR (3xCD)

  See BATELAGES (1977) for further references on (1-5), LES TROIS FOUS 
  PERDEGAGNENT (1978) for (6-12), LES POUMONS GONFLES (1982) for (13-22), LES 
  SILLONS DE LA TERRE (1984) for (23-32), and FACE AUX ELEMENTS DECHAINES 
  (1985) for (33-43).

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232 - THE VIRGIN YEARS - SOUVENIR BOX: Henry Cow

  Dics 1: LEGEND
    1/ Nirvana For Mice                         (Frith)                  4:53
    2/ Amygdala                                 (Hodgkinson)             6:47
    3/ Teenbeat Introduction                    (Henry Cow)              4:32
    4/ Teenbeat                                 (Frith, Greaves)         6:57
    5/ Nirvana (reprise)                        (Frith)                  1:11
    6/ With The Yellow Half-Moon And Blue Star  (Frith)                  2:26
    7/ Teenbeat (reprise)                       (Frith)                  5:07
    8/ The Tenth Chaffinch                      (Henry Cow)              6:06
    9/ Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King        (Hodgkinson)             5:34
    10/ Bellycan                                (Henry Cow)              3:19
  Disc 2: UNREST
    11/ Bittern Storm Over Ulm                  (Frith)                  2:44
    12/ Half Asleep; Half Awake                 (Greaves)                7:39
    13/ Ruins                                   (Frith)                 12:00
    14/ Solemn Music                            (Frith)                  1:09
    15/ Linguaphonie                            (Henry Cow)              5:58
    16/ Upon Entering The Hotel Adlon           (Henry Cow)              2:56
    17/ Arcades                                 (Henry Cow)              1:50
    18/ Deluge                                  (Henry Cow)              5:52
    19/ The Glove                               (Henry Cow)              6:35
    20/ Torch Fire                              (Henry Cow)              4:48
  Disc 3: IN PRAISE OF LEARNING
    21/ War                                     (Moore, Blegvad)         2:25
    22/ Living In The Heart Of The Beast        (Hodgkinson)            15:30
    23/ Beginning: The Long March               (Henry Cow, Slapp Happy) 6:26
    24/ Beautiful As The Moon - Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Frith, Cutler)          7:02
    25/ Morning                                 (Henry Cow, Slapp Happy) 6:05
    26/ Lovers Of Gold                          (HC, SH, Cutler)         6:28

    1991 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ESD 80482/80492/80502 (3xCD)

  Note: this 3xCD set is a limited edition (1250 copies) which includes the 
  three 1991 reissues from East Side Digital, a 24 page full color souvenir
  booklet and a fold-out family-tree.

  See LEGEND (1973), UNREST (1974) and IN PRAISE OF LEARNING (1975) for
  further references.

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233 - WIENER PRASENTIERT NONESUCH DIE MUSIK FUR EIN NEUES ZEITALTER: various
  artists

  This record Features Kronos Quartet/Aulis Sallinen (1), San Francisco
  Symphony/John Adams (2), Richard Goode/Ludwig Van Beethoven (3), Kronos
  Quartet/Steve Reich (4), John Zorn/John Barry (5), Akiko Yano/Takahaschi
  (6), London Symphony Orchestra /Steve Reich (7), Mieczyslaw Horszowski/
  Frederic Chopin (8), Kronos Quartet/John Zorn (9), World Saxophone Quartet/
  Duke Ellington (10), Michael Riesman/Philip Glass (11), Kronos Quartet/
  Samuel Barber (12), Bill Frisell (13).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with John Zorn:

    5/ James Bond Theme                         (John Barry)             3:06

    1991 - Elektra (Germany), 7559-79267-2 ZP (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (5).

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234 - RAGS/THE GOLDDIGGERS: Lindsay Cooper

  RAGS
    1/ The Exhibition Of Fashions               (anonymous, Cooper)      1:28
    2/ Lots Of Larks                            (anonymous, Cooper)      1:06
    3/ General Strike                           (anonymous, Cooper)      1:53
    4/ Women's Wrongs 1                         (Cooper, Lanner, Balfe)  3:35
    5/ Women's Wrongs 2                         (Cooper)                 3:06
    6/ The Charter                              (anonymous, Cooper)      1:40
    7/ Parliament Catch                         (Baildon)                1:27
    8/ Women's Wrongs 3                         (Cooper)                 2:30
    9/ Film Music                               (Cooper)                 4:24
    10/ Prostitution Song                       (anonymous, Cooper)      2:23
    11/ 1848                                    (Dupont, trad.)          2:05
    12/ The Chartist Anthem                     (Boucher, trad.)         1:19
    13/ Cholera                                 (anonymous, Cooper)      2:38
    14/ Stitch Goes The Needle                  (anonymous, Cooper)      2:35
    15/ A Young Lady's Vision                   (Lanner)                 1:23
    16/ Pin Money                               (Cooper)                 0:53
    17/ Women's Wrongs 4                        (Cooper, Balfe)          3:48
    18/ The Song Of The Shirt                   (Hood, Tuttley)          5:06
  THE GOLDDIGGERS
    19/ Seeing Red                              (Potter, Cooper)         2:27
    20/ Iceland                                 (Cooper)                 4:37
    21/ Celeste's Room                          (Cooper)                 2:31
    22/ Bankers Song                            (Potter, Cooper)         1:21
    23/ The Empire Song                         (Potter, Cooper)         1:49
    24/ Melodrama                               (Cooper)                 3:55
    25/ Perfect Clue                            (Potter, Cooper)         1:06
    26/ Ruby's Gold                             (Cooper)                 3:22
    27/ Dawn Skyline                            (Cooper)                 1:23
    28/ Horse Waltz                             (Cooper)                 4:27

    (1-18) recorded and mixed at Kaleidophon Studio in the Summers of 1979 and
    1980
    Piano on (14) recorded at the home of Beatrice Quennell
    (19,23) recorded at Bray Studio in October 1981
    (20-22,24-28) recorded at Wave Studio in May 1983

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, oboe,soprano, sopranino, alto, flute, keyboards,
  piano, accordion, drums, guitar; Sally Potter (1-19,23): vocals; Georgie
  Born: bass guitar, cello, guitar; Phil Minton (1-18,22): vocals, trumpet;
  Fred Frith (1-18): guitar; Chris Cutler (1-18): drums; Marylin Mazur (19-
  28): drums, percussion, marimba; Eleanor Sloan (19-28): violin; Kate
  Westbrook (19-28): tenor horn; Colette Laffont (23): vocals; Lol Coxhill
  (28): soprano; Dave Holland (28): piano.

    1991 - ReR (UK), ReR LCD (CD)

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235 - FRED AND RALPH: Fred Frith

  This 3xCD box contains GRAVITY (1980), SPEECHLESS (1981), and CHEAP AT HALF
  THE PRICE (1983).

  Disc 1: GRAVITY
    1/ The Boy Beats The Rams (Kluk Tluce Berany)
                                                (Frith)                  4:54
    2/ Spring Any Day Now                       (Frith)                  3:04
    3/ Don't cry For Me                         (Frith)                  3:28
    4/ The Hands Of The Juggler                 (Frith)                  5:31
    5/ Norrgarden Nyvla                         (Frith)                  2:54
    6/ Year Of The Monkey                       (Frith)                  4:11
    7/ What A Dilemma                           (Frith)                  3:11
    8/ Crack In The Concrete                    (Frith)                  1:24
    9/ Come Across                              (Frith)                  2:47
    10/                                                                  4:42
      10a/ Dancing In The Street                (W. Stevenson, M. Gaye)
      10b/ My Enemy Is A Bad Man                (Frith)
    11/ Slap Dance                              (Frith)                  2:32
    12/ A Career In Real Estate                 (Frith)                  4:42
    13/ Dancing In Rockville Maryland           (Frith)                  3:04
    14/ Waking Against Sleep                    (Frith)                  2:08
    15/ Terrain                                 (Frith)                  3:50
    16/ Moeris Dancing                          (Frith)                  5:03
    17/ Geistige Nacht                          (Frith)                  5:18
    18/ Life At The Top                         (Frith)                  1:40
    19/ Oh Wie Schon Ist Panama!                (Frith)                  5:02
  Disc 2: SPEECHLESS
    20/ Kick The Can (part 1)                   (Frith)                  2:19
    21/ Carnival On Wall Street                 (Frith)                  2:51
    22/ Ahead In The Sand                       (Frith)                  3:16
    23/ 7:47
      23a/ Laughing Matter                      (Frith)
      23b/ Esperanza                            (Frith)
    24/ Women Speak To Men; Men Speak To Women  (Frith, Curran)          5:39
    25/ A Spit In The Ocean                     (Frith)                  2:17
    26/ Navajo                                  (Frith)                  3:05
    27/ Balance                                 (Frith)                  5:04
    28/ Saving Grace                            (Frith)                  1:57
    29/ Speechless                              (Frith)                  3:05
    30/ Conversations With White Arc            (Frith, Laswell)         1:14
    31/ Domaine De Planousset                   (Frith)                  2:59
    32/ Kick The Can (part 2)                   (Frith)                  2:14
    33/ The Entire Works Of Henry Cow           (Frith)                  1:00
    34/ So Schnell Ich                          (Frith, Laswell, Maher)  3:25
    35/ I'm Still Here And I Know What Time It Is
                                                (Frith, Curran)          1:06
    36/ No More War                             (Frith, Gore)            4:46
    37/ Typical American Family                 (Frith)                  1:01
    38/ Dig                                     (Frith)                  3:07
  Disc 3: CHEAP AT HALF THE PRICE
    39/ Some Clouds Don't                       (Frith)                  3:12
    40 Cap The Knife                            (Frith)                  2:47
    41/ Evolution                               (Frith)                  3:21
    42/ Too Much, Too Little                    (Frith, Curran)          2:09
    43/ True Love                               (Frith)                  2:58
    44/ The Welcome                             (Frith)                  2:28
    45/ Same Old Me                             (Frith)                  2:58
    46/ Some Clouds Do                          (Frith)                  2:49
    47/ Instant Party                           (Frith)                  1:53
    48/ Person To Person                        (Frith)                  2:20
    49/ Walking Song                            (Frith)                  3:13
    50/ Flying In The Face Of Facts             (Frith)                  2:38
    51/ Heart Bares                             (Frith)                  4:56
    52/ Absent Friends                          (Frith/trad. Swedish)    3:58
    53/ The Great Healer                        (Frith)                  2:07

    1991 (?) - RecRec Music (Switzerland), no number (3xCD)

  See GRAVITY (1980) for further references on (1-19), SPEECHLESS (1981) on
  (20-38), and CHEAP AT HALF THE PRICE (1983) on (39-53).

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236 - LIVE IMPROVISATIONS: Fred Frith, Tim Hodgkinson

    1/ untitled                                                         33:20
    2/ untitled                                                          2:08
    3/ untitled                                                          1:17
    4/ untitled                                                          3:13
    5/ untitled                                                          8:23
    6/ untitled                                                          4:27

    (1) recorded at "Club Integral", Conway Hall, London, 12-May-90
    (2,3,4) recorded at the Purcell Room [no city listed], Sunday 13-May-90
    (5) recorded at the George IV, Infirmary Road, Sheffield 10-May-90
    (6) recorded at the Termite Club, the Adelphi, Leeds Bridge End 11-May-90

  Tim Hodgkinson: keyboards, alto, clarinet; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, vo-
  cals.

    1992 - Woof Records (UK)/Megaphone Records (USA), Woof CD 013/Megaphone 
    CD 002 (CD)

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237 - THE MUSEUM INSIDE THE TELEPHONE NETWORK: various arstists

  This 2xCD set features Norimizu Ameya, Nobuyoshi Araki, Arata Isozaki,
  Javier Vallhonrat, Robert Wilson, Tsutomu Kaneko, Rika Kayama, Jyunzou
  Kawada, Allen Ginsberg, Ingo Günter, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, John Cage, Kouji
  Kondou, Akira Sakata, Fumitaka Satou, Kishin Shinoyama, Derek Jarman, Shu
  Kei, John Giorno, John Zorn, Mitsuhiro Takemura, Jacques Derrida, Kenji
  Nakagami, [CD2] Takashi Nibuya, Ichirou Nodaira, William S. Burroughs, Allen
  Bank, Renzo Piano, Pierre Boulez, William Forsythe, Mamoru Fujieda, Pontus
  Hulten, Teiji Furuhashi, Shuhei Hosokawa, Christian Boltanski, Jackson
  MacLow, Judith Malina, Suguru Yamaguchi, Masao Yamaguchi, Steve Reich, Arto
  Lindsay & Peter Scherer, Rick Russo & Bronwyn Rucker, Toshiharu Ito, Keiichi
  Irie, Toshio Iwai, Haruhiko Shono, Yuji Takahashi.

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Naked City:

    ?/ Speed Freaks                             (John Zorn)              0:49

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Fred Frith:
  bass; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals; Joey Baron: drums.

    1992 - NTT (Japan), no catalog number (2xCD)

  Note: this promotion only 2xCD set was produced by "InterCommunication '91 
  Executive Committee"; it is not clear what is the name of the label (if
  there is any...).

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

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track:

    7/ Improvised Music New York                (DB,FF,SS,JZ,BL,CKN)     1:21

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

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

  See IMPROVISED MUSIC NEW YORK 1981 (1991) for further references on (7).

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239 - AUDIOTRAILER N.0: various artists

  Fred Frith plays on one track:

    ?/ ???

    1992 - A.V. Arts (Italy), AVS 001 (CT)

  Note: this tape was given away with an issue of the Italian magazine
  ROCKERILLA.

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240 - A HISTORY: VOL. 1 (1982-1985): The Golden Palominos

  This record contains most of the songs available on the first and second
  Golden Palominos.

    5/ I.D.                                     (Fier, Lindsay)
    6/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)

    1992 - Metronome Records/Restless, 7 72651-2 (CD)
    1992 - Mau Mau Records (UK), MAUCD 625 (CD)
    1992 - Metronome Records/Restless (USA), 7 72651-4 (CT)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references.

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241 - HERETIC, JEUX DES DAMES CRUELLES: Naked City

    1/ Main Titles                              (Naked City)             1:26
    2/ Sex Games                                (Naked City)             2:21
    3/ The Brood                                (Naked City)             2:48
    4/ Sweat, Sperm + Blood                     (Naked City)             2:03
    5/ Vliet                                    (Naked City)             0:49
    6/ Heretic 1                                (Naked City)             2:32
    7/ Submission                               (Naked City)             4:21
    8/ Heretic 2                                (Naked City)             1:44
    9/ Catacombs                                (Naked City)             2:46
    10/ Heretic 3                               (Naked City)             2:41
    11/ My Master, My Slave                     (Naked City)             2:23
    12/ Saint Jude                              (Naked City)             2:12
    13/ The Conqueror Worm                      (Naked City)             2:31
    14/ Dominatrix 5B                           (Naked City)             2:16
    15/ Back Through The Looking Glass          (Naked City)             2:39
    16/ Here Come The 7,000 Frogs               (Naked City)             1:59
    17/ Slaughterhouse/Chase Sequence           (Naked City)             2:18
    18/ Castle Keep                             (Naked City)             1:48
    19/ Mantra Of The Resurrected Shit          (Naked City)             1:41
    20/ Trypsicore                              (Naked City)             1:46
    21/ Fire And Ice (club scene)               (Naked City)             2:37
    22/ Crosstalk                               (Naked City)             1:40
    23/ Copraphagist Rituals                    (Naked City)             0:53
    24/ Labyrinth                               (Naked City)             5:47

    Recorded and mixed at Shelley Palmer Studios, New York City in 1991
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn (3,4,6,8,10,13,16,19,21): alto; Bill Frisell (2,5,7,9,12,14,15,17,
  18,21,22,24: guitar; Wayne Horvitz (1,3,7,9,11,13,14,18,20,21-23): key-
  boards; Fred Frith (2,5,6,8,10-12,15,17,21,22): bass; Joey Baron (1-3,7,8,
  10,12,14,17,21,23,24): drums; Yamatsuka Eye (1,4,16,19,23): voice.
  
    1992 - Avant (Japan), Avant 001 (CD)

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242 - GRAND GUIGNOL: Naked City

    1/ Grand Guignol                            (Zorn)                  17:40
    2/ La Cathedrale Engloutie                  (Debussy)                6:24
    Three Preludes op. 74                       (Scriabine)
      3/ Douloureux, Dechirant                                           1:17
      4/ Tres Lent, Contemplatif                                         1:42
      5/ Allegro Drammatico                                              0:48
    6/ Prophetiae Sybillarum                    (Orlando Di Lassus)      1:46
    7/ The Cage                                 (Ives)                   2:00
    8/ Louange A L'Eternite De Jesus            (Messiaen)               7:07
    9/ Blood Is Thin                            (Zorn)                   1:00
    10/ Thrash Jazz Assassin                    (Zorn)                   0:45
    11/ Dead Spot                               (Zorn)                   0:31
    12/ Bonehead                                (Zorn)                   0:51
    13/ Piledriver                              (Zorn)                   0:33
    14/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng                     (Zorn)                   1:14
    15/ Numbskull                               (Zorn)                   0:29
    16/ Perfume of a Critic's Burning Flesh     (Zorn)                   0:24
    17/ Jazz Snob Eat Shit                      (Zorn)                   0:24
    18/ The Prestidigitator                     (Zorn)                   0:43
    19/ No Reason To Believe                    (Zorn)                   0:26
    20/ Hellraiser                              (Zorn)                   0:39
    21/ Torture Garden                          (Zorn)                   0:35
    22/ Slan                                    (Zorn)                   0:23
    23/ The Ways Of Pain                        (Zorn)                   0:31
    24/ The Noose                               (Zorn)                   0:10
    25/ Sack Of Shit                            (Zorn)                   0:43
    26/ Blunt Instrument                        (Zorn)                   0:53
    27/ Osaka Bondage                           (Zorn)                   1:14
    28/ Shallow Grave                           (Zorn)                   0:40
    29/ Kaoru                                   (Zorn)                   0:50
    30/ Dead Dread                              (Zorn)                   0:45
    31/ Billy Liar                              (Zorn)                   0:10
    32/ Victims Of Torture                      (Zorn)                   0:20
    33/ Speedfreaks                             (Zorn)                   0:48
    34/ New Jersey Scum Swamp                   (Zorn)                   0:41
    35/ S-M Sniper                              (Zorn)                   0:14
    36/ Pigfucker                               (Zorn)                   0:23
    37/ Cairo Chop Shop                         (Zorn)                   0:22
    38/ Facelifter                              (Zorn)                   0:54
    39/ Whiplash                                (Zorn)                   0:19
    40/ The Blade                               (Zorn)                   0:35
    41/ Gob Of Spit                             (Zorn)                   0:18

    Recorded in San Francisco, New York City, Brooklyn, and Tokyo
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards;
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals; Bob Dorough (5):
  vocals.

    1992 - Avant (Japan), Avan 002 (CD)

  Note: (9-41) are also available on TORTURE GARDEN (1990); in fact, with the 
  exception of 9 songs, all TORTURE GARDEN is available on this record.

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243 - LENG TCH'E: Naked City  
 
    1/ Leng Tch'e                               (Zorn)                  31:39
  
    Recorded on January 11, 1992 (?)

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith:
  bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1992 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88604 (CD)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312-2 (2xCD)
    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312 (CD)

  Note: contrary to a rumour, The Melvins and Mike Patton do not play on this
  record (although they have certainly inspired this piece, hence the thanks).
  Note: the Tzadik reissues are called BLACKBOX and also includes TORTURE
  GARDEN (1990).

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244 - DUOS EUROPA: Peter Kowald

  This record features Peter Kowald in duos with Floris Floridis, Derek
  Bailey, Peter Brötzmann, Marilyn Mazur, Joëlle Léandre, Evan Parker, Irène
  Schweizer, Han Bennink, Conrad Bauer, Fred Frith.

    10/ Without The Fat Of Sacrifice            (Frith, Kowald)          3:00

    Recorded in New York City on March 30, 1986

  Peter Kowald: bass; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1992 - FMP (Germany), FMP 1260 (LP)

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

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245 - ANGELICA 91: various artists

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

   Fred Frith plays on two tracks with Keep The Dog:

    23/ Huge Bored Uncle                        (Frith)                  4:12
    24/ Vie En Mimosa                           (Frith)                  1:19

    Recorded live at the "Dada" of Castelfranco Emilia on May 12, 1991

  Jean Derome: saxophone, flute; Claudia Engelhart: sound processing; Fred
  Frith: guitar, violin; Charles Hayward: drums; René Lussier: guitar, bass;
  Bob Ostertag: sampler; Zeena Parkins: electric harp, piano.

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

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246 - DOMESTIC STORIES: Chris Cutler, Lutz Glandien

    1/ Still Asleep (Prelude)                   (Cutler, Glandien)       2:47
    2/ The Same River                           (Cutler, Glandien)       3:14
    3/ Seven Devils                             (Cutler, Glandien)       4:12
    4/ Unquiet Days In Eden                     (Cutler, Glandien)       6:24
    5/ Housework (Interlude)                    (Cutler, Glandien)       2:22
    6/ Seven Veils                              (Cutler, Glandien)       2:15
    7/ Pharmikon                                (Cutler, Glandien)       5:10
    8/ Owls At Dusk                             (Cutler, Glandien)       6:10
    9/ Red, Black, Gold                         (Cutler, Glandien)       3:35
    10/ Seven Gates                             (Cutler, Glandien)       3:54
    11/ Another Life                            (Cutler, Glandien)       2:20
    12/ None Are Disbarred                      (Cutler, Glandien)       3:29
    13/ Up To Our Elbows                        (Cutler, Glandien)       3:10

    Recorded at the Akademie der Künste zu Berlin in 1991-1992
    Produced by Chris Cutler and Lutz Glandien

  Chris Cutler: drums, electrics; Fred Frith: bass, guitar; Lutz Glandien:
  keyboards, sampling, computerwork, guitar (on 9); Dagmar Krause: voice; 
  Alfred 23 Harth: saxophones, clarinet.

    1992 - ReR (UK), ReR LSMCD (CD)

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247 - BURNS LIKE FIRE: Bob Ostertag

    1/ Burns Like Fire                          (Ostertag)
      1a/ Go To It Boy (Burn It Down, Yeah)                              7:35
      1b/ Tears On The Sand In The Fierce Companionship Of Thirst       12:10
      1c/ Burns Like Fire                                                5:09
      1d/ Heat Rises                                                     3:11
    2/ Snow on Water/Smoke on Snow              (Ostertag)              13:34

    Recorded and produced by Bob Ostertag

  Bob Ostertag: sampler.

    1992 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 53 (CD)
    2001 - Seeland (USA), 520 (limited edition CD-R in metal box)

  Note: Bob Ostertag uses electric guitar samples by Fred Frith in (2).
  Note: the 2001 Seeland reissue is a limited "hand-made" CD-R edition in
  screened metal tin with inserts.

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*** - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY 1987-1992: Fred Frith

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

  Note: never released.

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248 - WONDERFUL LIFE: Chris Stamey

  It's A Wonderful Life:
    1/ Winter Of Love                           (Stamey)                 4:29
    2/ Never Enters My Mind (remix)             (Stamey)                 3:35
    3/ Get A Job                                (Loudermilk)             4:02
    4/ Oh Yeah                                  (Stamey)                 3:14
    5/ Brushfire In Hoboken                     (Stamey)                 3:11
    6/ It's A Wonderful Life                    (Stamey, Whaley)         6:00
    7/ Still Life #3                            (Stamey)                 2:18
    8/ Depth Of Field                           (Stamey)                 5:53
    9/ Face Of The Crowd (remix)                (Stamey)                 4:16
  Instant Excitement:
    10/ Excitement                              (Stamey)                 4:31
    11/ Instant Karma                           (Lennon)                 3:36
    12/ When We're Alone (original version)     (Stamey)                 3:56
    13/ Ghost Story                             (Stamey)                 6:32
    14/ Something Came Over Me (demo version)   (Stamey)                 6:47
  It's A Wonderful Life:
    15/ Winter Of Love (Power Station version)  (Stamey)                 6:47
    16/                                         (Stamey, Whaley)         5:59
      16a/ It's A Wonderful Life (violin version) 
      16b/ Coda

  (1,2,4-9,15-16) recorded at Drive-in, at Power Station and at Water Music in
  the Winter of 1982
  (3) recorded in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  (10,11,13) recorded at Drive-in in Summer 1984
  (12) recorded at Water Music in Summer 1984
  (14) recorded in Hoboken
  (12) produced by Scott Litt

  Chris Stamey: vocals, guitars, trumpet, keyboard; Ted Lyons: drums, percus-
  sion, bass, organ, snare drum, banjo, vocals; Mitch Easter (1,3,8,16b): 
  basses, acoustic guitar; Faye Hunter (1): vocals; Gene Holder (2,4,15): 
  bass, guitar; Peter Holsapple (3,11): electric piano; Don Dixon (10,11,13):
  vocals, bass, trombone; Cathy Harrington (10,12,13): electronic keyboards, 
  bass; Mary Mac (10,13): bass; Rick Brown (12): five-note marimba; Sue Garner
  (12): violin; Fred Frith (16a): violin; Edio Bumgardner (16b): ?.

    1992 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80682 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not appear on the LP pressing.

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249 - AU ROYAUME DU SILENCIEUX: Les Granules

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

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

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

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

  Note : Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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250 - EYE OF THE HURRICANE: Half Japanese

    1/ Eye Of The Hurricane                     (Jad Fair, Beckmeyer,
                                                Sluggett)
    2/ Said And Done                            (Jad Fair, Jickling)
    3/ U.S. Teens Are Spoiled Bums              (Jad Fair, Half Japanese)
    4/ Daytona Beach                            (Jad Fair, Half Japanese)

    (1) produced by Moe Tucker
    (2) produced by Half Japanese
    (3,4) produced by Kramer

  Don Fleming: guitar; Jad Fair: vocals, guitar; Hank Beckmeyer (1): guitar;
  John Sluggett (1): guitar; Mark Jickling (2,3): guitar; John Dreyfuss (2):
  saxophone; Jay Spiegel (2): drums; Rob Kennedy (3,4): bass; Scott Jarvis
  (3,4): drums; Fred Frith (4): guitar.

    1992 - Paperhouse Records (UK), PAPER017 (7")

  See THE BAND THAT WOULD BE KING (1989) and GREATEST HITS (1995) for further
  references on (4).

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251 - LIFE IN THE FOLK LANE: various artists

  This record features Summerhill (1), The Gutter Brothers (2), Phil Chevron
  (3), Clive Gregson (4), Pentangle (5), John Fahey (6), Townes Van Zandt (7),
  French/Frith/Kaiser/Thompson (8), Loudon Wainright III (9), Bert Jansch
  (10), Sean O'Hagan (11), Mark Eitzel (12), The Men They Couldn't Hang (13,
  20), Steve Young (14), Gene Clark/Carla Olson (15), Lucinda Williams (16),
  Doug Legacy (17), John Wesley Harding (18), BeauSoleil (19).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with French, Frith, Kaiser, Thompson:

    8/ Killing Jar                              (Thompson)               7:43

    1992 - Demon Records (UK), FIENDCD722 (CD)

  See INVISIBLE MEANS (1990) for further references on (8). 

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252 - HELTER SKELTER: Fred Frith, François-Michel Pesenti

  Part I - Y'a Pas Quelqu'un Qui Peut m'Aider?
    1/ Fingers                                                           3:08
    2/ Lungs                                                             4:16
    3/ Guerre I                                                          6:02
    4/ Heart                                                             2:27
    5/ Mirror / Dark As A Match                                          4:44
    6/ Guerre 2                                                          1:52
    7/ Habits                                                            3:23
    8/ Crescent City / Agnus Dei                                         4:28
  Part II - La Salle des Adieux
    9/ Tais-Toi                                                          1:51
    10/ Fermer                                                           3:09
    11/ Sanctus                                                          3:45
    12/ Tenir                                                            2:56
    13/ Rends-Moi Mon Argent                                             2:52
    14/ Lux Aeterna                                                      4:24
    15/ Libera Me                                                        3:05
    16/ Sauve-Moi                                                        2:54

    Conducted by Fred Frith and Jean-Marc Montera.
    Recorded at Studio Cactus, Marseille (France) in February 1992 with addi-
    tional material taken from performances in Zagreb, Hamburg, St. Brieuc
    and Paris.

  Dalila Khatir: soprano (vocals); Danielle Stephan: soprano (vocals);
  Frederique Wolf-Michaux: contralto.
  Que d'la Gueule:
  Claude Monteil: soprano, tuyaux; Edmond Hosdikian: alto, tenor; Fred
  Giuliani: samples, klavier; KIWI: electric piano, analog synthesizer; Nadine
  Laporte: digital synthesizer; Richard Peter: electric guitars; Christophe
  Costabel: electric guitars; Laurent Luci: electric guitars; Farid Khenfouf:
  electric bass; Denis Cabacho: metal percussions, harrmonica, newspapers;
  Jean-Christophe Ville: 1-string banjo, melodica, chains, food; Didier Roth:
  home-made instruments, tapes, radio, lungs; Ahmed Compaore: drums; Mathias
  Mopty: drums.

    1992 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 40 (CD)
    2003 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ??? (CD)     

  Note: first performed in december 1990 at Theatre Toursky, Marseille,
   France.
  Note: the Fred Records reissue has not been released yet (planned in 2003).

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253 - OUR WORLD OF MUSIC: Celluloid Sampler Vol. II

  This record features Fela Kuti, Massacre, Ilê Aiyê, Jalal & D. St, Volkana,
  Heartbreakers, Opus 5, The Golden Palominos, Raízes Do Pelô, Coundry Ziquru,
  Deadline, Last Poets, Daniela Mercury, Steve Kekana.

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one with Massacre:

    2/ Killing Time                             (Massacre)               2:52

  and one with The Golden Palominos:

    8/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)   7:45

    1993 - Celluloid, CELD 8082 (CD)

  See KILLING TIME (1981) for further references on (2).
  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (8).

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254 - DECONSTRUCTION - THE CELLULOID RECORDINGS: Bill Laswell

  This Bill Laswell retrospective features tracks by Bill Laswell (5,9), and
  tracks with Timezone (1), Massacre (2,21), Jalal Nuriddin & D. ST (3), Manu
  Dibango (4), Material (6,8,11,13,23,25), Peter Brötzmann (7,18), Deadline
  (10), The Last Poets (12,14), Fela Anikulapo Kuti (15), Ginger Baker (16),
  Mandingo (17), Fab Five Freddy (19), Shango (20), Last Exit (22), Toure
  Kunda (24).

  Disc 1:
    2/ Killing Time                             (Massacre)               2:52
    9/ Uprising                                 (BL,MB,FF,RSJ)           1:08
  Disc 2:
    8/ Legs                                     (Massacre)               2:03
    10/ Square Dance                            (Frith, Laswell, Maher)  4:29

    1993 (1994?) - Metronome/Restless, 7 72665-2 (2xCD)
    1994 - Celluloid Records (USA), CELD 5100 (2xCD)

  See KILLING TIME (1981) for further references on (2,21), BASELINES (1984) for (9), and MEMORY SERVES (1981) for (23).

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255 - CAGED/UNCAGED: various artists

  This rock/experimental homage to John Cage is produced by John Cale and 
  features readings by John Cage and music by David Byrne (1), Debbie Harry 
  (3), Arto Lindsay (5), Ars Hell and Mutt (7), Naked City (9), Chris Stein 
  (11), Amy Denio (13), David Weinstein and Shelly Hirsch (15), Lee Ranaldo 
  (16), Ann Magnuson and John Cale (17), Jello Biafra and Eugene Chadbourne 
  (19), Lou Reed (21), Elliott Sharp (22), Joey Ramone (24).

    9/ Verlaine: Part 2 La Bleue                (Zorn)                   5:57

  Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith: bass; Joey
  Baron: percussion.

    1993 - Cramps (Italy), CRSCD 097 (CD)
    2000 - Get Back (Italy), GET 5301 (LP)

  Note: this record was initially planned to be given away with a magazine,
  and not available for retail in record stores; but Cramps put it out...

  See ABSINTHE (1993) for further references on (9).

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256 - RADIO: Naked City

    1/ Asylum                                   (Zorn)                   1:54
    2/ Sunset Surfer                            (Zorn)                   3:22
    3/ Party Girl                               (Zorn)                   2:33
    4/ The Outsider                             (Zorn)                   2:27
    5/ Triggerfingers                           (Zorn)                   3:31
    6/ Terkmani Teepee                          (Zorn)                   3:56
    7/ Sex Fiend                                (Zorn)                   3:31
    8/ Razorwire                                (Zorn)                   5:28
    9/ The Bitter And The Sweet                 (Zorn)                   4:48
    10/ Krazy Kat                               (Zorn)                   1:51
    11/ The Vault                               (Zorn)                   4:44
    12/ Metaltov                                (Zorn)                   2:07
    13/ Poisonhead                              (Zorn)                   1:09
    14/ Bone Orchard                            (Zorn)                   3:53
    15/ I Die Screaming                         (Zorn)                   2:29
    16/ Pistol Whipping                         (Zorn)                   0:57
    17/ Skatekey                                (Zorn)                   1:24
    18/ Shock Corridor                          (Zorn)                   1:05
    19/ American Psycho                         (Zorn)                   6:09

    Recorded in April 1992
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards;
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1993 - Avant (Japan), Avan 003 (CD)

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257 - ABSINTHE: Naked City

    1/ Val De Travers                           (Zorn)                   6:13
    2/ Une Correspondance                       (Zorn)                   5:04
    3/ La Fée Verte                             (Zorn)                   5:10
    4/ Fleurs Du Mal                            (Zorn)                   4:06
    5/ Artemisia Absinthium                     (Zorn)                   4:30
    6/ Notre Dame De L'Oubli (for O. Messiaen)  (Zorn)                   4:47
    VERLAINE                                    (Zorn)
      7/ "Un Midi Moins Dix" (part 1)                                    4:23
      8/ "La Bleue"          (part 2)                                    6:01
    9/ ... Rend Fou                             (Zorn)                   6:03

    Recorded at Electric Lady, New York City in December 1992
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards;
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1993 - Avant (Japan), Avan 004 (CD)

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*** - RADIO, VOL. 2: Naked City

  This record was supposed to contain John Zorn's arrangements of compositions
  by Jerry Goldsmith, Ornette Coleman, Brian Wilson, Igor Stravinsky, Duke
  Ellington, Tushima Toshiaki, William Orbit, George Clinton, etc.

    19?? - Avant (Japan), Avan 005 (CD)

  Note: not released; in fact it has never been recorded.

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258 - ORLANDO: David Motion and Sally Potter

  Original soundtrack composed by David Motion and Sally Potter for the film
  ORLANDO by Sally Potter.

    1/ Coming                                   (DM, SP, Somerville)     6:02
    2/ Eliza                                    (D. Motion, S. Potter)   3:41
    3/ In The Garden                            (D. Motion, S. Potter)   3:42
    4/ Ice                                      (D. Motion, S. Potter)   4:51
    5/ Pavanne                                  (D. Motion, S. Potter)   2:38
    6/ The Kiss                                 (D. Motion, S. Potter)   1:58
    7/ Broken Ice                               (D. Motion, S. Potter)   1:41
    8/ The Poem                                 (D. Motion, S. Potter)   0:50
    9/ The King's Tulips                        (D. Motion, S. Potter)   3:01
    10/ After The Battle                        (D. Motion, S. Potter)   0:52
    11/ A Change Of Sex                         (D. Motion, S. Potter)   1:43
    12/ The Maze                                (D. Motion, S. Potter)   4:30
    13/ Eye To Eye                              (D. Motion, S. Potter)   3:31
    14/ On The Road                             (D. Motion, S. Potter)   4:22
    15/ Coming (Deep Mix)                       (DM, SP, Somerville)     8:02
    16/ Coming (Deep Edit)                      (DM, SP, Somerville)     3:24

    Produced by David Motion and Bob Last

  Richard Addison: contra-bass clarinet; Alexander Balanescu: violin, viola;
  Clare Connors: violin; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon; Andy Findon: clarinets,
  saxophone; Fred Frith: guitars; Christopher Laurence: double bass; David
  Motion: keyboards; Bruce Nockles: trumpets, flugelhorn; Jesper Siberg: midi;
  Sally Potter: voice; Jimmy Sommerville: voice; David Bedford (14): strings
  arrangement.

    1993 - Varese Sarabande (USA), VSD-5413 (CD)
    1993 - Varese Sarabande Digital (Germany), VSD-5413 (CD)
    1993 - Varese Sarabande Digital (Germany), VSC-5413 (CT)
    1993 - Varese Sarabande/Sony (Japan), SLCS-7179 (CD)
    1993 - Varese Sarabande/Rock Records (Taiwan), VCD 0002/VSD-5413 (CD)
    1995 - ??? (Australia), ??? (CD)

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259 - BOX I (INSTRUMENTAL): Brian Eno

  Disc 1:
    2/ Energy Fools The Magician                (Eno)                    2:08
    12/ Two Rapid Formations                    (Eno)                    3:25

    1993 - Virgin (UK), ENOBX 1 (3xCD)
    1994 - Virgin (USA), 39110 (3xCD)

  See MUSIC FOR FILMS (1978) for further references on (2) and BEFORE AND
  AFTER SCIENCE (1977) for (12).

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260 - BOX II (VOCAL): Brian Eno

  Disc 2:
    20/ Through Hollow Lands                    (Eno)                    3:55

    1993 - Virgin (UK), ENOBX 2 (3xCD)
    1993 - Virgin (USA), 39114 (3xCD)

  See BEFORE AND AFTER SCIENCE (1977) for further references.

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261 - ANGELICA 92: various artists

  A document from the second edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica
  which features P.A.P.A Quartet, Populi Dalpane Ensemble, Looping Home 
  Orchestra, Lindsay Cooper, Stefano Scodanibbio, Gianni Gebbia, Gruppo 
  Ocarinistico Budriese, Fred Frith, Lars Hollmer, Que d'la Gueule.

  Fred Frith plays on eight tracks, one in solo:

    15/ Chitarra Ocarrinistica Bad Reise        (Frith)                  4:12

  Fred Frith: electric guitar.

  one with Lindsay Cooper, Gianni Gebbia and Lars Hollmer:

    18/ Elegy For An Angel                      (LC,FF,GG,LH)            4:50

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon; Fred Frith: violin, electric guitar; Gianni 
  Gebbia: alto, bird-calls; Lars Hollmer: accordion, keyboards.

  three with Que d'la Gueule:

    19/ Indicator                               (Frith)                  1:15
    20/ Galere De Rien                          (Hosdikian)              5:05
    21/ For You                                 (Frith)                  4:27

  Edmond Hosdikian: alto, tenor; Claude Monteil: soprano, tubes; Christophe 
  Costabel: guitar; Laurent Luci: guitar; Richard Peter: guitar; Frederic 
  Giuliani: keyboards; Kiwi: synthesizer, electric piano; Nadine Laporte: 
  synthesizer; Denis Cabacho: bricolage, balafon; Didier Roth: bricolage, 
  radio; Jean Christophe Ville: bricolage, C.B., one-string banjo; Farid 
  Khenfouf: bass; Ahmed Compaore: drums; Mathias Mopty: drums; Fred Frith: 
  direction, violin (on 20).

  and three with the Fred Frith Workshop:

    22/ Seven Replies to Unasked Questions      (Frith)                  3:01
    23/ Brass Bolognese                         (Frith)                  4:05
    24/ Tradizionale                            (traditional)            2:37

  Paolo Angeli: guitar, bass, tuba; Olivia Bignardi: clarinet, alto; Daniela
  Cattivelli: alto; Mario Corticelli: keyboards; Marco Dalpane: keyboards;
  Ferdinando d'Andria: trumpet, violin; Silvia Fanti: accordion; Filomena
  Forleo: piano; Pierangelo Galantino: violin, double-bass; Lelio Giannetto:
  double-bass; Margareth Kammerer: voice; Claudio Lanteri: electric guitar;
  Andrea Martignoni: percussion; Mario Martignoni: drums, percussion; Roberto
  Paci Dalo: bass clarinet, clarinet; Salvatore Panu: trombone; Tiziano
  Popoli: keyboards; Giorgio Simbola: bugle; Massimo Simonini: records, casio,
  objects; Nicola Zonca: marimba, vibraphone, woodblocks; Stefano Zorzanello:
  flute, soprano, piccolo; Fred Frith: direction; audience (24): voice.

    1993 - CaiCai Music (Italy), 003 (CD)

  Note: all tracks recorded live in Bologna between May 27 and June 4, 1992.

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262 - WATCHING THE DARK: THE HISTORY OF RICHARD THOMPSON: Richard Thompson

  Disc 1:
    6/ Bird In God's Garden/Lost And Found      (Archuletta, Frith)      5:41

    1993 - Hannibal, HNCD 5303 (3xCD)

  See LIVE, LOVE, LARF & LOAF (1987) for further references.

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263 - LOOPING HOME ORCHESTRA LIVE 1992-1993: Lars Hollmer

    1/ Karusselmusik                            (Hollmer)                3:28
    2/ Utflykt m. Damcykel                      (Hollmer)                5:13
    3/ Franklat                                 (Hollmer)                2:59
    4/ Quickstep                                (Hollmer)                5:55
    5/ Holoken                                  (Hollmer)                2:37
    6/ Parallell Angostura                      (Hollmer)                3:47
    7/ Eyeliner                                 (Hollmer)                2:50
    8/ Teatime (in Berlin)                      (Hollmer)                4:35
    9/ Hostvisa (Autumn Song)                   (Hollmer)                5:03
    10/ Portaletyde                             (Hollmer)                3:22
    11/ Ett Tunkt Ok                            (Hollmer)                4:50
    12/ Zanzibar                                (Hollmer)                3:02
    13/ Plinga                                  (Hollmer)                6:54
    14/ Finalvals                               (Hollmer)                3:32
    15/ Timlig (Temporal You Are)               (Hollmer)                5:07

    Recorded live between October 1992 and May 1993 at the following locations
    (1-3,5,6) recorded in Victoriaville, Canada 
    (4) recorded in Rackis, Uppsala (Sweden)
    (7) recorded in Moers, Germany 
    (8) recorded in Berlin, Germany 
    (9) recorded in Linkoping, Sweden 
    (10,11,13-15) recorded in Ulm, Germany
    (12) recorded in Hannover, Germany

  Lars Hollmer: keyboards, accordion, melodica, vocals; Olle Sundin: key-
  boards, percussion; Lars Krantz: bass, Midi percussion, glockenspiel; Eino
  Haapala: guitar, mandola; Jean Derome: flutes, baritone saxophone, soprano,
  alto; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, homemade instruments.

    1993 (?) - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 024 (CD)
    1993 (?) - Krax Records (Sweden), Krax 7 (CD)

  Note: This record is also known under the name of DOOR FLOOR SOME THING
  WINDOW.

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264 - GREATEST HITS: Half Japanese

    1/ Firecracker                              (Jad Fair)               2:42
    2/ Dance When I Say Dance                   (Jad Fair)               1:49
    3/ Open Your Eyes/Close Your Eyes           (Jad Fair)               1:09
    4/ Said And Done                            (Jad Fair)               2:52
    5/ This Could Be The Night                  (Jad Fair)               4:38
    6/ U.S. Teens Are Spoiled Bums              (Jad Fair)               1:10
    7/ Daytona Beach                            (Jad Fair)               1:48
    8/ Red Dress                                (Jad Fair)               2:16
    9/ Charmed Life                             (Jad Fair)               1:47
    10/ Rub Every Muscle                        (David Fair)             1:46
    11/ Too Much Adrenalin                      (David Fair)             1:28
    12/ Postcard From Far Away                  (Jad Fair)               1:41
    13/ Last Straw                              (Jad Fair)               1:22
    14/ Day And Night                           (Jad Fair)               2:52
    15/ Nicole                                  (Jad Fair)               4:30
    16/ Dream Date                              (David Fair)             1:48
    17/ Colleen                                 (Jad Fair)               2:31
    18/ Put Some Sugar On It                    (Jad Fair)               2:49
    19/ Trouble In The Water                    (David Fair)             3:01
    20/ Silver And Katherine                    (Jad Fair)               3:15
    21/ My Sordid Past                          (Jad Fair)               1:31
    22/ Ride, Ride, Ride                        (Jad Fair)               0:31
    23/ Miracles Happen Every Day               (Jad Fair)               2:17
    24/ Tears Stupid Tears                      (Daniel Johnston)        2:03
    25/ School Of Love                          (Jad Fair)               1:08
    26/ Ball And Chain                          (Jad Fair)               3:04
    27/ Love At First Sight                     (Jad Fair)               2:43
    28/ The Worst I'd Ever Do                   (David Fair)             0:44
    29/ Horse Shoes                             (Jad Fair)               2:14
    30/ Calling All Girls                       (David Fair)             1:00
    31/ La Bamba                                (traditional)            1:57
    32/ Rosemarys Baby's                        (Jad Fair)               1:32
    33/ I Know How It Feels                     (Jad Fair)               2:38
    34/ Roman Candles                           (Jad Fair)               2:20

    (16,25,28,30,32,33) produced by Jad Fair
    (1,2,4,8,9,10,11,14,15,19,23,26,27,34) produced by Don Zientara and Half
    Japanese
    (3,6,7,12,13,17,18,20-22,29,31) produced by Kramer
    (5,24) produced by Moe Tucker

  Jad Fair; David Fair (1,2,4,8-11,14-16,19,23,25-28,30,32-34); John Dreyfuss
  (1,2,4,8-11,14,15,19,23,26,27,32-34); Rick Dreyfuss (1,2,10,11,15,26,32,33);
  Mark Jickling (?); Lana Zabko (33); Don Fleming (1,3-5,7-10,12,14,18,19,22-
  24,27,29,34); Jay Spiegel (1,4,8,9,10,14,19,23,27,34); Rob Kennedy (3,6,7,
  12,13,17,18,20-22,29,31); John Sluggett (5,24); Hank Beckmeyer (5,24);
  Richie Labrie (1,10); Howard Wuelfing (1,10); Fred Frith (7); Rebby Sharp
  (?); Pippin Barnett (?); Paul Watson (?); Danny Finney (?); Steve Johnson
  (?); Kramer (3,6,7,12,13,17,18,20-22,29,31); Gary Windo (?); John Zorn (22);
  David Doris (?); George Cartwright (?); Terry Adams (?).

    1993 - Time Bomb (Japan), BOMB CD-12 (CD)

  See 1/2 GENTLEMEN/NOT BEASTS (1980) for further references on (16,25,28,30),
  LOUD (1981 or 1982?) for (33), HORRIBLE (1982 or 1983?) for (32), OUR SOLAR
  SYSTEM (1985) for (2,11), SING NO EVIL (1985) for (1,10,15,26), CHARMED LIFE
  (1988) for (4,8,9,14,19,23,27,34), MUSIC TO STRIP BY (1987) for (6,13,17,20,
  21,31), THE BAND THAT WOULD BE KING (1989) for (3,7,12,18,22,29), FIRE IN
  THE SKY (1993) for (5,24).

  Note: (7) is called "Daytona" in the booklet.

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265 - UNCLE WILLIE'S HIGHLY OPINIONATED GUIDE TO THE RESIDENTS: The Residents

    1/ Willie's Theme                                                    0:44
    2/ Santa Dog                                                         3:25
    3/ Vileness Fats                                                     1:56
    4/ Meet The Residents                                                2:43
    5/ Not Available                                                     2:59
    6/ The Third Reich'N'Roll                                            2:33
    7/ Fingerprince                                                      2:32
    8/ Duck Stab                                                         3:07
    9/ Eskimo                                                            2:51
    10/ The Commercial Album                                             3:08
    11/ The Decade Ends Theme                                            0:33
    12/ Willie's Theme II                                                0:47
    13/ Mark Of The Mole                                                 1:56
    14/ The Tunes Of Two Cities                                          2:08
    15/ The Big Bubble                                                   1:00
    16/ The Mole Show                                                    1:14
    17/ George & James                                                   1:13
    18/ Stars & Hank Forever                                             0:53
    19/ The 13th Anniversary Show                                        2:08
    20/ God In Three Persons                                             3:00
    21/ The King & Eye                                                   2:34
    22/ Cube E: The History Of American Music in 3 E-Z Pieces            2:57
    23/ Freak Show                                                       2:55
    24/ Our Finest Flowers                                               2:49
    25/ Finale                                                           0:50

  The Residents; Diana Alden; Laurie Amat; Joshua Brody; Tony Janssen;
  Snakefinger; J. Aaaron; Bruce Anderson; Gary Beserkley; Chris Cutler; A.
  Deckbar; Fred Frith; M. Holmes; Don Jackovich; Tony Logan; R. Paulsen; Phil
  Perkins; Norman Salant; Mark Salvatore; Tom Timony; James Whitaker; Wool;
  Zeibak.

    1993 - Ralph Records (USA), RZ9302/RS9309 (CD+book)

  See THE COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further references on (10).

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266 - CASABLANCA MOON/DESPERATE STRAIGHTS: Slapp Happy

  CASABLANCA MOON
    1/ Casablanca Moon                          (Moore, Blegvad)         2:49
    2/ Me And Parvati                           (Moore, Blegvad)         3:25
    3/ Half Way There                           (Blegvad)                3:18
    4/ Michaelangelo                            (Moore, Blegvad)         2:36
    5/ Dawn                                     (Moore, Blegvad)         3:21
    6/ Mr. Rainbow                              (Blegvad)                3:52
    7/ The Secret                               (Moore, Blegvad)         3:31
    8/ A Little Something                       (Blegvad)                4:35
    9/ The Drum                                 (Moore, Blegvad)         3:35
    10/ Haiku                                   (Moore, Blegvad)         3:05
    11/ Slow Moon's Rose                        (Moore)                  2:55
  DESPERATE STRAIGHTS
    12/ Some Questions About Hats               (Moore, Blegvad)         1:49
    13/ The Owl                                 (Moore)                  2:14
    14/ A Worm Is At Work                       (Moore, Blegvad)         1:52
    15/ Bad Alchemy                             (Greaves, Blegvad)       3:06
    16/ Europa                                  (Moore, Blegvad)         2:48
    17/ Desperate Straights                     (Moore)                  4:14
    18/ Riding Tigers                           (Blegvad)                1:43
    19/ Apes In Capes                           (Moore)                  2:14
    20/ Strayed                                 (Blegvad)                1:53
    21/ Giants                                  (Moore, Blegvad)         1:57
    22/ Excerpt From The Messiah                (Handel, Blegvad)        1:48
    23/ In The Sickbay                          (Dagmar, Blegvad)        2:08
    24/ Caucasian Lullaby                       (Cutler, Moore)          8:20

    (1-12) recorded at the Manor in 1973 (?)
    (12-24) recorded at the Manor and Nova Sound Studios in November 1974.
    (1-12) produced by Slapp Happy and Steve Morse
    (12-24) produced by Slapp Happy, Henry Cow and Simon Heyworth

  Dagmar: lead vocals, Wurlitzer; Peter Blegvad: vocals, guitar; Anthony
  Moore: piano, keyboards; Marc Singer (1): drums; Dave Wintour (1,5,6,9):
  bass; Graham Preskett (1-3,4,8): violin, mandolin; Roger Wootton (1,2,5,8,
  10): backing vocals; Eddie Sparrow (2-4,7,8,10,11): drums, congas, percus-
  sion, whistles etc.; Jean-Hervé Peron (2,7,8,11): bass; Clare Deniz: cello
  (2,8); Nick Worters (3,8): bass; Jeremy Baines (4): sausage bassoon; Andy
  Leggett (4,8): jugs; Clem Cattini (5,6,9): drums; Henry Lowther (5): trum-
  pet; Geoff Leigh (7,10,11,23): saxophones, flute; Keshave Sathe (9,10):
  tablas, tamboura; John Greaves (12,14-20,22): bass, piano; Chris Cutler (12,
  14,15,17-20,22): drums, radio; Tim Hodgkinson (12,14,21,24) : clarinet,
  piano; Fred Frith (12,14-16,18,20): guitar, violin; Pierre Moerlen (16):
  percussion; Muchsin Campbell (21,23): French horn; Mongezi Feza (13): trum-
  pet; Nick Evans (16): trombone; Lindsay Cooper (16): oboe, bassoon.

    1993 - Virgin Records (UK), CDOVD 441 (CD)
    2000 - Vitakom (Russia), CCP 145/2000 (bootleg CD)

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267 - ELEMENTS - THE BEST OF MIKE OLDFIELD

  Fred Frith plays on one track:

    1/ Tubular Bells (Part 1)                   (Oldfield)
    
    Recorded live at BBC TV Studios, Shepherds Bush on November 30, 1973
    
  John Field: flute; Fred Frith: bass, guitar; John Greaves: keyboards; Steve
  Hillage: guitar; Tim Hodgkinson: keyboards; Karl Jenkins: oboe; Geoff Leigh:
  flute; Pierre Moerlen: percussion; Mike Oldfield: bass, guitar; Terry
  Oldfield: flute; Mike Ratledge: keyboards; Mick Taylor: guitar; Ted Speight:
  guitar, bass; Tom Newman: voice; Choir.

    1993 - Polygram Video (Germany), 088 720-3 (VHS)
    1993 (?) - Polygram Video (UK), 0884743 (VHS)
    1993 - Polygram Video (Canada), 440 088 721-3 (VHS)
    1993 - Polygram Video (Japan), POLP-1016 (Laser Disc)
    2004 - Virgin (UK), MIKEDVD 1 (7243 5 99989 9 2) (DVD)

  Note: The VHS/Laser Disc editions have a different set of tracks.
  
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268 - THERE: Hieronymus Firebrain

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

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

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

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

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

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269 - THE ReR QUARTERLY VOLUME 4 NUMBER 1: various artists

  This record features Koongoortoog (1), The Adenoid Quartet (2), John Oswald
  (3), Tom Nunn (4), Diledadafish (5), Lesego Rampolokeng with The Kalahari
  Surfers (6), Cornelius Cardew (7), Peter Machajdik (8), Tizanio Popoli and
  N.O.R.M.A. (9), Al Margolis (10), David Myers (11), Thinking Plague (12), ZGA
  (13), Biota (14), Martin Burlas (15), Blitzoids (16), Les Sales Combles
  (17), Chris Cutler and Fred Frith (18).

    18/ Encore                                                           1:16

    Recorded live during the 'Elektro-Akustik Koncert' Nordlyd Music Festival,
    Trondheim on October 16, 1991

  Chris Cutler: drums, etc; Fred Frith: guitar, etc.

    1994 - ReR (UK), ReR 0401 (CD)

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270 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY: No Safety

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

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

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

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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271 - LIVE FROM SOUNDSCAPE: Material

    1/ Chaos Never Died                         (Material)              61:58

    Recorded live from Soundscape on October 16, 1981
    Produced by Verna Gillis

  Bill Laswell: electric bass; Michael Beinhorn: electronics; Fred Frith: gui-
  tar; Charles Noyes: percussion; David Moss: percussion; Mark Miller: percus-
  sion.

    1994 - DIW (Japan), DIW-389 (CD)

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272 - QUARTETS: Fred Frith

    1/ Lelekovice (for Iva Bittova) String Quartet #1                   24:12

    Recorded December 1992, Angel Studios, London

  Violet Wires: A. Morfee (violin), A. Brown (violin), P. D'Arcy (viola), L.
  Parker: cello.

    2/ The As Usual Dance Towards The Other Flight To What Is Not       28:35

    Recorded April 1992, Sorcerer Sound, New York

  Fred Frith: guitar; René Lussier: guitar; Nick Didkovsky: guitar; Mark 
  Howell: guitar.

    1994 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 44 (CD)

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273 - ANGELICA 93: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track:

    23/ We Fall-Estratto                        (LC,FF,GG,LH)            6:27

    Recorded live during the 2nd edition of the Angelica festival in 1992

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, sopranino; Fred Frith: electric guitar, radio, 
  harmonica, voice; Gianni Gebbia: soprano, alto, voice; Lars Hollmer: accor-
  dion.

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

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274 - SUBSONIC 1. SOUNDS OF A DISTANT EPISODE: Fred Frith, Marc Ribot

    Lobster Claw Symphonette                    (Ribot)
      1/                                                                 3:18
      2/                                                                 3:12
      3/                                                                 1:54
    4/ Minotaur                                 (Ribot)                  3:49
    5/ The Rise And The Fall Of...              (Ribot)                 10:42

    Recorded in New York City in August-September 1994
    Produced by Anthony Coleman

  Marc Ribot: guitar, Eb horn; J.D. Foster (1-3,5): guitar; Chris Wood (1-3,
  5): bass; Christine Bard (1-3,5): drums; Jim Pugliese (1-3,5): drums.

    6/ Solo Acoustic Guitar                     (Frith)                  5:00
    7/ Second Nature                            (Frith)                 18:46

    Recorded at Mobius Studio, San Francisco in January 1994
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitars.

    1994 - Sub Rosa/Subsonic (Belgium), SR68 (CD)

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275 - TRANSYLVANIAN SOFTWEAR: Guy Klucevsek

    1/ Transylvanian Softwear                   (Klucevsek)              5:23
    2/ "Viavy Rose" Variations                  (Klucevsek)              6:10
    3/ Road Runner                              (Zorn)                   5:52
    4/ Perusal                                  (Klucevsek)              8:17
    5/ Bandoneons, Basil And Bay Leaves         (Klucevsek)              6:05
    Three "Microids"                            (Klucevsek)
      6/ My Right Foot, On The Other Hand                                2:20
      7/ Eleven Large Lobsters Loose In The Lobby                        0:58
      8/ Bustin' Broncos In The Balkans                                  1:50
    9/ Slow Dancing In Yugoslavia               (Duckworth)             12:10
    10/ The Disinformation Polka                (Frith)                  4:09

    Recorded at the Church of the Holy Trinity, New York City in March 1993

  Guy Klucevsek: free-bass accordion.

    1994 - John Marks Records, JMR 4 (CD)
    1999 - Starkland (USA), ST-207 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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276 - CYBERBAND: Richard Teitelbaum

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

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

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

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

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277 - STEP TO ANOTHER WORLD MUSIC: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on five tracks, one with Skeleton Crew:

    2/ The Border                                                        3:29

  three in solo:

    6/ True Love                                                         2:58
    13/ The As Usual Dance Towards The Other Flight To What Is Not, Part 3
                                                                         1:47
    20/ Que D'la Guele, La Salle des Adieux: Tais-toi                    1:51

  and one with Massacre:

    12/ Bones                                                            1:39

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

  See THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986) for further references on (2).
  See CHEAP AT HALF THE PRICE (1983) for further references on (6).
  See KILLING TIME (1981) for further references on (12).
  See STEP ACROSS THE BORDER (1990) for further references on (13).
  See HELTER SKELTER (1993) for further references on (20).

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278 - FLOTSAM JETSAM: Robert Wyatt

  Robert Wyatt:

    1/ Slow Walkin' Talk                        (Hopper)                 2:58
    
    Recorded at TTG in Hollywood in Ocober 1968

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, piano, organ, drums; Jimi Hendrix: bass.

    2/ Moon In June                             (Wyatt)                  2:57
 
    Recorded at TTG Hollywood and/or The Record Plant New York in October/
    November 1968

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, drums, piano, electric piano, organ, flexitones.

  Symbiosis:

    3/ Standfast                                (Windo)                 11:51

    Recorded at the BBC's Maida Vale studios for Top Gear on January 11, 1971

  Gary Windo: tenor, flutes; Mongezi Feza: trumpet, flute; Nick Evans: trom-
  bone; Steve Florence: guitar; Ray Bobbington: bass; Robert Wyatt: drums.

  Matching Mole:

    4/ No 'Alf Measures                         (Ayers)                  6:57

    Recorded at Kensington House for the BBC's Sounds Of The 70's on March 6,
    1972

  Phil Miller: guitar; Dave MacRae: piano, electric piano; Bill MacCormick: 
  bass; Robert Wyatt: drums

  Robert Wyatt:

    5/                                                                   7:37
      5a/ God Song                              (P. Miller, Wyatt)
      5b/ Fol De Rol                            (R. Sinclair, Wyatt)

    Recorded at the BBC's Langham 1 Studio on December 5, 1972

  Francis Monkman: synthesizer, piano; Robert Wyatt: vocals, percussion, toy
  piano.

  Lol Coxhill:

    6/ Soprano Derivtavo                        (Coxhill, Ayers)         6:24

    Recorded at Kaleidophon Studios in Autumn 1973

  Lol Coxhill: soprano; Kevin Ayers: guitar; Archie Leggett: bass; Robert 
  Wyatt: vocals, percussion.

  Slapp Happy & Friends:

    7/ A Little Something                       (Blegvad)                3:09

    Recorded at the BBC's Langham 1 Studio on June 25, 1974

  Peter Blegvad: acoustic guitar, vocals; Dagmar Krause: vocals; Fred Frith: 
  guitar; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon; Geoff Leigh: flute; Jeff Clyne: double 
  bass; Robert Wyatt: vocals, percussion.

  Gary Windo:

    8/ Now Is the Time                          (Windo, Windo)           6:12

    Recorded at Brittania Row Studios in April 1976

  Gary Windo: tenor; Pam Windo: piano, vocals; Terri Quaye: vocals; Richard
  Brunton: guitar; Hugh Hopper: bass; Bill MacCormick: bass; Nick Mason: 
  drums; Robert Wyatt: vocals.

  Unity/Hanwell Band & Robert Wyatt:

    9/ Now't Doin                               (Baker)                  1:27

    Recorded at Maximum Sound Studios (The Workhoue), Old Kent Road (London)
    on May 2, 1976

  Laurie Scott Baker: synthesizer, percussion; Dave MacRae: piano; Ray 
  Bobbington: bass; Tony Hicks: drums; Robert Wyatt: vocals.

  Robert Wyatt:

    10/ Born Again Cretin                       (Wyatt)                  2:33
    11/ Billie's Bounce                         (Charlie Parker)         1:29

    Recorded in Rome on February 16-21, 1981

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, keyboards, piano, percussion, drums.

    12/ Locomotive                              (Monk, Brown)            1:30

    Recorded at home in early 80's

  Robert Wyatt.

    13/ War Without Blood                       (Wyatt, unknown)         4:21

    Recorded in Spring 1984

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, keyboards, drums.

    14/ Obert Tancat 1                          (Wyatt)                  3:06

    Recorded at V3 Studios, Barcelona (Spain)

  Robert Wyatt: keyboards.

  Claustrophobia:

    15/ Tu Traicion                             (Burruezo)               3:06

    Recorded at Aprila Studios, Barcelona (Spain) on February 19, 1987

  Pedro Burruezo: vocals, guitar; Maria Jose Pena: piano; Antoni Boltar: drum
  programming, bass synthesizer; Robert Wyatt: vocals, cencerro bell, finger-
  snaps.

  Robert Wyatt:

    16/ Obert Tancat 2                          (Wyatt)                  1:00

    Recorded (no date) at TV3 Studios, Barcelona (Spain)

  Robert Wyatt: keyboards.

  The Happy End:

    17/ Turn Things Upside Down                 (Glasier, Fox)           5:26

    Recorded at Axis Studios in Sheffield on December 12, 1989

  Robert Wyatt: vocals; Sarah Allen: flute.

  Robert Wyatt:

    18/ The Wind Of Change                      (J.M. Kaujeua)           4:34

    Recorded at the Power Plant on August 30, 1985

  Jerry Dammers: piano, synthesizer, guitar; Ben Mendelsohn: guitar; Lynval
  Golding: guitar; Mark Lockheart: soprano; Claire Hurst: sax; Dick Cuthell:
  cornet; Annie Whitehead: trombone; Ernest Mogotsi Mothle: double bass; Roy
  Dodds: drums; Bience Gawanas, Vaino Shivute, Lohmeier Angula, Theo Angula,
  Clarina Simbwayi, Richard Muzira, Robert Wyatt: vocals.

    1994 - Rough Trade (UK), R3112 (CD)
    1994 - Rough Trade (UK), ??? (CT)
    1994 - Rough Trade Records (France), 8399142 (CD)
    1994 - Rough Trade/TDK (Japan), TDCN-5122 (CD)

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279 - GOING BACK A BIT: Robert Wyatt

  This compilation includes rarities/re-releases from 1969-1994 under Robert 
  Wyatt's name or with Soft Machine (1), Matching Mole (3-5), Michael Mantler
  (20,21,23), Nick Mason (24), Marsha Hunt (26). 

  Disc 1:
    1/ Moon In June                             (Wyatt)                 12:58
    2/ To Caravan And Brother Jim               (Wyatt)                  5:20
    3/ O Caroline                               (Wyatt, D. Sinclair)     5:04
    4/ Gloria Gloom                             (B. MacCormick, Wyatt)   8:06
    5/ God Song                                 (Wyatt, P. Miller)       2:56
    6/ Calyx                                    (Wyatt, P. Miller)       3:00
    7/ Alifib                                   (Wyatt)                  6:55
    8/ Alife                                    (Wyatt)                  6:31
    9/ A Last Straw                             (Wyatt)                  5:46
    10/ Sea Song                                (Wyatt)                  6:27
    11/ Soup Song                               (B. Hopper, Wyatt)       3:08
  Disc 2:
    12/ I'm A Believer                          (Neil Diamond)           3:48
    13/ Memories                                (H. Hopper)              3:04
    14/ Yesterday Man                           (C. Andrews)             3:11
    15/ Sonia                                   (M. Feza)                3:59
    16/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                  6:07
    17/ Five Black Notes And One White Note     (Offenbach, Wyatt)       6:07
    18/ Team Spirit                             (Wyatt, Manzanera, 
                                                MacCormick)              8:30
    19/ Song For Che                            (Charlie Haden)          3:41
    20/ The Doubtful Guest                      (E. Gorey, M. Mantler)   4:46
    21/ The Object Lesson                       (E. Gorey, M. Mantler)   4:59
    22/ Arauco                                  (V. Parra)               4:31
    23/ A L'Abbatoir                            (P. Soupault, Mantler)   2:43
    24/ I'm A Mineralist                        (Carla Bley)             6:14
    25/ Rangers In The Night                    (Wyatt)                  0:59
    26/ All She Wanted                          (M. Hunt)                2:34
    27/ Left On Man                             (Wyatt)                  3:30
    28/ Lisp Service                            (Wyatt)                  2:08
    29/ The Internationale                      (E. Pottier, arr. P.C. 
                                                Degeyter)                2:58

    (1) recorded at Maida Vale BBC Studios on June 10, 1969
    (2) recorded at Sound Techniques, London in August 1971
    (3) recorded at CBS Studios, London in January 1972
    (4,5) recorded at CBS Studios, London in August 1972
    (6) recorded live at Drury Lane Theatre, London on August 9, 1974
    (7-10,16) recorded at Delfina's Farm, Little Bedwyn in February-March 1974
    (11) recorded at Langham 1 BBC Studios on September 10, 1974
    (12,13) recorded at CBS Studio 2, London in August 1974
    (14,15) recorded at CBS Studios in October 1974
    (17-19) recorded at The Manor, Kidlington in March 1975
    (20,21) recorded at Grog Kill Studios, Willow, New York and at Robert 
    Wyatt's house July 1975 through January 1976
    (22) recorded at Matrix Studios, London on January 26, 1980
    (23) recorded at West 3 Studio in September-October 1986
    (24) recorded at Grog Kill Studios, Willow, New York in October 1979
    (25) recorded at Robert Wyatt's house in Summer 1980
    (26) recorded at Redan Recorder in Winter 1982
    (27,28) recorded at Chapel Studios, South Thoresby in Febuary-March 1991
    (29) recorded at Wave Studio, London on August 28-29, 1981
    (1,11)produced by John Walters 
    (2,3,6,14,15,17-19,29) produced by Robert Wyatt
    (4,5) produced by Robert Fripp
    (7-10,12,13,16) produced by Nick Mason
    (20,21) produced by Carla Bley
    (22) produced by Robert Wyatt and Skipper Kidron 
    (23) produced by Mike Mantler
    (24) produced by Nick Mason and Carla Bley
    (25) produced by Morgan Fisher
    (26) produced by Marsha Hunt
    (27,28) produced by Robert Wyatt and Matt Kemp

  Robert Wyatt: voice, drums, organ, piano, electric piano, Mellotron, key-
  boards, percussion, slide guitar, marimba; Mike Ratledge (1): organ; Hugh 
  Hopper (1,6-9): bass guitar; Dave Sinclair (2,3): Hammond organ, piano; 
  Brian Eno (4,17): synthesizer, guitar, devices; Bill MacCormick (4,5,17-19,
  22): bass guitar; Dave MacRae (4,12): keyboards, piano; Phil Miller (4,5):
  guitar; Dave Gale (4): spoken voice; Julie Christie (4): spoken voice; Alfie
  Benge (4,8,20): spoken voice; Dave Stewart (6): keyboards; Laurie Allan (6,
  9,16-19): drums; Gary Windo (8,14,15,17-19,24): bass clarinet, tenor, alto;
  Richard Sinclair (10,12,13,16): bass guitar; Fred Frith (12,13,16): violin,
  guitar, viola; Nick Mason (12,13,20,24): drums, spoken voice; Mongezi Feza
  (14,14): trumpet; John Greaves (14,15): bass guitar; Mike Oldfield (16): 
  guitar; Ivor Cutler (16): spoken voice; Nisar Ahmad Khan (17-19): tenor, 
  soprano; Carla Bley (20,21,24): keyboards; Terje Rypdal (20,21): guitar; 
  Jack DeJohnette (20): drums; Steve Swallow (20,21,24): bass guitar; Rick 
  Fenn (23), The Danish Radio Orchestra conducted by Peter Kragerup (23); 
  Howard Johnson (24): tuba; Mike Mantler (24): trumpet; Gary Valente (24): 
  trombone; Chris Spedding (24): guitar.

    1994 - Virgin Universal (UK), CDVDM 9031 (2xCD)

  See ROCK BOTTOM (1974) for further references on (7-10,16). 
  See I'M A BELIEVER (1974) for further references on (12,13).

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280 - BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS

    1/ Boy (Go) 
    2/ Clustering Train
    3/ Omaha
    4/ Silver Bullet
    5/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder
    6/ The Animal Speaks 
    7/ Diamond
    8/ (Kind of) True
    9/ Wild River
    10/ Something Becomes Nothing
    11/ Clean Plate
    12/ Under the Cap
    13/ Only One Party
    14/ The Animal Speaks 

  Bill Laswell: bass; Anton Fier: drums; John Zorn: sax, clarinets, game
  calls; Michael Stipe: vocals; Jack Bruce: vocals; John Lydon: vocals; Syd
  Straw: vocals; Robert Kindney: vocals; Amanda Kramer: vocals; Matthew Sweet:
  vocals; Arto Lindsay: vocals; Jody Harris: guitar; Richard Thompson: guitar;
  Mike Hampton: guitar; Chris Stamey: guitar; Jody Harris: guitar; Henry
  Kaiser: guitar; Peter Blegvad: guitar; Nicky Skopelitis: guitar; Fred Frith 
  (11): guitar; Jamaaladeen Tacuma: bass; Bernie Worrell: keyboards; Carla
  Bley: keyboards; David Moss: percussion.

    1994 - Jimco (Japan), JICK-89465 (CD)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (11).

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281 - LIVE IN TRONDHEIM, BERLIN, LIMOGES: Chris Cutler, Fred Frith

    1/ Artcore (Trondheim)                                              24:37
    2/ Webcore (Berlin)                                                 14:50
    3/ You Might Hear Some Traffic's Noise (Berlin)                     14:04
    4/ Nothing (nowhere)                                                 3:00
    5/ Meltdown (Limoges)                                               10:21

    (1) recorded at the Nordlydd Contemporary Music Festival, Trondheim on
    October 16, 1991
    (2,3) recorded at Tacheles, Berlin on November 2, 1991
    (5) recorded live in Limoges, France on December 13, 1979

  Chris Cutler: drums, electrics, flotsam; Fred Frith: guitar, bass, jetsam.

    1994 - ReR (UK), ReR CCFFCD 2 (CD)

  Note: Limoges taken from the out of print collectors item 7" of the same 
  name issued as Re:duo in 1983 and mastered from a scratched old disc. You
  may hear some surface noise - the tape masters, probably a cassette, are 
  long since dust. Taken from a concert in Limoges in 1979.
  Note: (4) is 3 minutes of silence.

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282 - VIOLIN MUSIC FOR SUPERMARKETS: Jon Rose

    1/ Kettle Piece                             (Rose)                   2:40
    2/ Mozak                                    (Rose)                   1:46
    3/ What Shall We Buy?                       (Rose)                   2:19
    4/ Window Shopping                          (Hank Williams)          2:04
    5/ The Mouth With Shopping List             (Rose)                   2:44
    6/ In The Queue                             (Rose)                   1:28
    7/ Techno Soap                              (Rose)                   4:05
    8/ Shopping In Italy                        (Rose)                   0:50
    9/ Shopping For The Bird                    (Rose)                   2:43
    10/ Tribal Chant                            (Rose)                   1:08
    11/ Shopping In Tuva                        (Rose)                   3:51
    12/ Screwing                                (Rose)                   1:44
    13/ All Gotta Go (Designer Violins Too)     (Rose)                   1:02
    14/ Shopping In Paris                       (Rose)                   1:23
    15/ Sharks Feeding                          (Rose)                   1:18
    16/ Post Cold War Shopping                  (Rose)                   0:58
    17/ Japanese Porn Ads                       (Rose)                   3:24
    18/ A Mystic Experience                     (Rose)                   1:36
    19/ Metal Car Advertising                   (Rose)                   3:25
    20/ The New Car                             (Chadbourne)             1:51
    21/ Shopping For Spare Parts                (Rose)                   0:37
    22/ Auction Of Priceless Jazz Records       (Rose)                   3:22
    23/ Budget Soap                             (Rose)                   2:32
    24/ Shopping Mall Choir                     (Rose)                   3:04
    25/ Shopping In Bangkok                     (Rose)                   3:48
    26/ Pumping The Metaphor                    (Rose)                   2:04
    27/ Princess & Zuba                         (Rose)                   1:16
    28/ Department Store (Shopping)             (Seaton)                 2:36
    29/ Picking Thru The Garbage                (Rose)                   2:16
    30/ The Chair That Thought It Was A Violin In A Firesale
                                                (Rose)                   0:30
    31/ Hey Diddle Diddle                       (Rose)                   3:20
    32/ Ray And Rayline                         (Rose)                   4:03
    33/ Mum's The Word                          (Rose)                   0:35

  Jon Rose: vocals, 19-string cello, sampling, ring modulator violin, piano,
  fake string orchestra; Lucy Bell: soap acting; Miranda Otto: soap acting;
  Brian Rooney: soap acting; Noah Taylor: soap acting; The Orchestra Of
  Ancient Guts (2); Eugene Chadbourne (4,20,29): vocals, banjo; The Checkouts
  (4); Natasha Pschenitschkowa (6); The New Market Economy Gypsy Orchestra
  (6); Tristan Hosinger (9): cello, vocal text; Sainkho (11): vocal, text;
  Lauren Newton (12,26): vocal; Otomo Yoshihide (17): contribution (?);
  Matsubara Sachiko (17): vocals; Jimmi 'Interactive' Rosenberg (19); Chris
  Cutler (21,27): text; Frank Schulte (22): records; Choir Of The Aufruhr
  (24); Fred Frith (25): opens his guitar case; Laura Seaton (28): violin,
  vocal; Erik Friedlander (28): cello; Kevin Norton (28): drums, vocals,
  samples; Chris De Chiara (31): computer programming.

    1994 - Megaphone Records (USA), Megaphone 016 (CD)

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283 - FEAR NO LOVE: Bob Ostertag

    1/ Scared of Love                           (Ostertag, Huygen)       8:23
    2/ The Man In The Blue Ship                 (Ostertag, Miles)       10:49
    3/ Eat Dust                                 (Ostertag, Miles)        4:44
    4/ Not Your Girl                            (Ostertag, Miles)        6:00
    5/ Right Like A Railroad                    (Ostertag, Miles)       10:27
    6/ Positive                                 (Ostertag, Miles)        8:54

    Recorded, mixed and mastered in Bob's bedroom, Spring-Summer 1994

  Bob Ostertag: sampling, keyboards, synthesizers, bass, drums, chainsaw, jack 
  hammer; Joey Blake (6): back-up vocals; Justin Bond (2,4): vocals; Lynn 
  Breedlove (3,4): vocals; Chris Brown (3): sampler; Trevor Dunn (1,3,4): 
  bass; Fred Frith (2,4,5,6): guitar, bass; Jim Hedges (1,2): guitar; Philip 
  Horvitz (4): vocals; Christian Huygen (1): vocals; Andrea Lewis (1,5): 
  vocals, back-up vocals; Raz Kennedy (6): vocals; Sara Miles: words; Mike 
  Patton (2,4): vocals; JD Reilly (1,2,4,5,6): piano, keyboard; Annie Toone
  (4,5): harmonica; Richie Waits (5): vocals; William Winant (2): electronic 
  percussion.

    1994 - Avant (Japan), Avan 041 (CD)

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284 - GUITARSPEAK - IMPROVISED MUSIC AND OTHER ACCIDENTS 1985-1993: Myles
  Boisen

    1/ Imprint                                  (Boisen)                 0:46
    2/ Guitar Bisons                            (Beach Ogres)            3:06
    3/ New Antidub/Lopex 22254                  (ES,KR,LP,MW,MB,RC,RS)   3:08
    4/ Rockola                                  (BK,MB)                  1:08
    5/ Camera Hidden Backwards In A Hat         (Boisen)                 1:13
    6/ Ruins                                    (GR,MB)                  3:07
    7/ Toothless Miracle Bend                   (Boisen)                 1:50
    8/ Third Grade Regrets                      (DB,KR,MB,RS)            2:14
    9/ Tar                                      (FF,MB)                  2:26
    10/ Finger Tells A Joke                     (Boisen)                 2:25
    11/ Ladakh                                  (GR,MB)                  1:13
    12/ Bad TV                                  (Boisen)                 0:43
    13/ See Through                             (MB,TD)                  1:36
    14/ Weave Weave                             (MB,TD)                  3:39
    15/ Crawling All Over                       (FLH,GR,KR,MB)           3:21
    16/ Granules                                (Boisen)                 1:46
    17/ She Dreams                              (DB,GR,MW,MB)            2:28
    18/ The Twist                               (Boisen)                 1:40
    19/ Bouki                                   (Boisen)                 2:56
    20/ Trashman                                (ES,MB,RS)               2:20
    21/ Zzzz I Love You, Man                    (Boisen)                 1:34
    22/ Forget                                  (GR,MB)                  2:20
    23/ Teen Meditation                         (GR,MB)                  2:32
    24/ Wounded Rev Tort                        (BK,MB)                  2:18
    25/ Trial/RRHH                              (BK,MB)                  1:42
    26/ Positve                                 (Boisen)                 1:16
    27/ Jazz Bait                               (BF,DB,KP,MW,MB,RC,TS)   3:42
    28/ Pibroch                                 (Boisen)                 2:21

    Recorded between 1985 and 1993
    (1) field recording, Oakland, CA circa 1985
    (2) recorded at Tom Malon Recording in September 1985 and at The Code San
    Francisco and Emeryville, CA in April 1993
    (3,17) recorded at Sergay's Recording Emporium, Berkeley, CA circa 1988-
    1992
    (4,24,25) recorded at Studio Apocalypse, Eugene, OR in September 1993
    (5,7,10,12-14,16,18,19,21,23,28) recorded at Nite Toast, Oakland, CA in
    July 1991
    (6,8,15,20) recorded at Sergay's Recording Emporium, Berkeley, CA circa 
    1988-1992 and at The Code, San Francisco and Emeryville, CA in April 1993
    (9) recorded live at U.C. Berkeley and at The Code, San Francisco and 
    Emeryville, CA in April 1993
    (11) recorded at Guerilla Euphorics, Oakland, CA in December 1993
    (22,23) recorded at Different Fur, San Francisco, CA in August 1989
    (27) recorded at Sergay's Recording Emporium, Berkeley, CA circa 1988-1992
    and at Carrot Productions, San Francisco, CA in December 1993

    (1,3,5-12,15-21,26-28) produced by Myles Boisen
    (2) produced by Myles Boisen & Kent Randolph
    (4,24,25)produced by Bil King & Myles Boisen 
    (22,23) produced by Gino Robair & Myles Boisen
    (13,14) produced by Tom Djil

  Myles Boisen: guitar, sonics, tapes, bass, Casio, electronic drums; Bill 
  Fairbanks (27): acoustic bass; Bil King (4,24,25): clarinet, cleft ch'in, 
  the board; Dave Barrett (8,17,27): alto, tenor; Ellen Schoenwetter (3,20):
  bass; Fred Frith (9): guitar; Fred Lonberg-Holm (15): cello overdub; Gino 
  Robair (6,11,15,17,22,23): drums, marimba, cymbal; Kate Johnston (2): gui-
  tar; Kent Randolph (2,3,8,15): bass, guitar; Kristina Perry (27): accor-
  dion; Len Paterson (3): taped bird sounds; Marc Weinstein (2,3,17,27): 
  drums; Ralph Carney (27): alto; Richard Coldman (3): guitar overdubs; 
  Richard Snyder (3,8,20,27): drums; Tom Djll (13,14): trumpet, live-sampling,
  Serge electronics; Thomas Scandura (27): percussion.

    1995 - Rastascan Records (USA), BDR-017 (CD)

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285 - THE ART OF MEMORY: John Zorn, Fred Frith

    1/ The Combiner                             (Zorn, Frith)            4:46
    2/ The Ladder                               (Zorn, Frith)            5:25
    3/ The Chain                                (Zorn, Frith)            4:55
    4/ The Field                                (Zorn, Frith)            7:58
    5/ The Table                                (Zorn, Frith)            8:44
    6/ The Interpreter                          (Zorn, Frith)            5:07
    7/ The Tree                                 (Zorn, Frith)            4:20
    8/ The FOUNTAIN and the MIRROR              (Zorn, Frith)            4:26

    Recorded in New York City, late 1993 

  John Zorn: alto; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1995 - Incus (UK), CD 20 (CD)

  Note: all music improvised live by John Zorn and Fred Frith.

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286 - LIVE AT THE ARGONAUT: Tom Newman

    1/ Excerpt from "Faeri Symphony" (Dance Of The Daoine Sidh)          5:59
    2/ Roving Gambler                                                    2:35
    3/ Paper Back Writer                                                 2:53
    4/ Easy (Pt. 1)                                                      1:28
    5/ A.E.I.O.U.                                                        5:02
    6/ Don't Treat Your Woman Bad                                        4:55
    7/ Kentucky                                                          2:41
    8/ Easy (Pt. 2)                                                      2:25
    9/ Stay In Line                                                      3:42
    10/ Gamblin Man                                                      3:51
    11/ Just For Old Times                                               4:37
    12/ Draught Guinness (missing)

  Tom Newman: keyboards, percussion, guitar, bass, vocals; Jon Field (1):
  flute; Ted MacDowell (5); Alan Perkins (5); Roger Retig (7,11): guitar; Andy
  Roberts (7,10): guitar; Fred Frith (9): guitar; Tom Nordon (10): guitar;
  Geoff Westley (11): piano; Paul Kennerley (11): background vocals.

    1995 - Voiceprint (UK), VP 168 CD (CD)
    199? - Blueprint (UK), BP 168 CD (CD)

  Note: the lineup of each track is not always clear.
  Note: according to the booklet, (12) is "missing believed lost or A.W.O.L. -
  might turn up on next album".

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287 - MIDDLE OF THE MOMENT: Fred Frith 
   
  "A journey by Fred Frith based on the film by Nicolas Humbert and Werner
  Penzel".

    1/ Le Jour Se Leve                                                   6:26
    2/ Moving                                                            3:55
    3/ Digging For Water                                                 2:34
    4/ Portrait I/Tam-Tam In Timia                                       3:28
    5/ Le Cirque                                                         7:10
    6/ Robert Lax Is                                                     0:58
    7/ Gnawa Express Tanger                                              3:01
    8/ Bell Song                                                         2:37
    9/ Portrait II                                                       1:44
    10/ Ghost Stories                                                    6:50
    11/ Portes Ouvertes                                                  3:43
    12/ Le Cirque-Oh!/Ghost Dance/Portrait III                          10:43
    13/ Le Jour S'Arrache                                                2:59
    14/ Middle Of The Moment (title theme)                               4:32

    Recorded at miscellaneous locations
    (7) recorded in Tanger
 
  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, violin, keyboards, percussion; Fabrizio Appelius
  (1): accordion; Mikaela Dietl (2,11,14): accordion; Tim Hodgkinson: clari-
  net, bass clarinet, alto; Robert Lax (6): voice;  Sandra M'Bow (11,12):
  voice.

  Tuareg: Idaman walat Akhmudan (1,3,8) (voice), Tshanak ag Abalbal (2,10)
  (voice), women from the Kel Iforas tribe (4,6,10,12,16) (vocals, drumming)
  (Rhaisha walat Bakry, Tangelloust walat Bakry, Fatima walat Bakry, Fatimata
  walat Ibrahim, Towinane walat Amagry, Tibala walat Aguimi, Laila walat
  Allal, Follo walat Allal, Rhakmata walat Khijar, Mutu walat Rhabidine.

  Cirque O: Josefina Lehmann (2,11) (violin), Johann le Guillerm (5,11)
  (accordion, voice), Bertrand Duval (5) (Tibetan rattles), Attila Zombori
  (5,11) (drums, percussion, guimbarde), Jean-Paul Lefeuvre, Hyacinthe Reisch,
  Emmanuelle Jacqueline, Didier Andre; Gnawa Express Tanger (7).

  Gnawa Express Tanger (7).

    1995 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 60 (CD)
    2003 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 915 002-7 (DVD)
    2004 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 05 (CD)

  Note: the numbering on the CD does not correspond to the notes.
  Note: the DVD on Winter & Winter is in fact the complete movie.

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288 - ANGELICA 1994: various artists

  A document from the fourth edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica 
  which features Bob Ostertag, John Zorn, Fred Frith, Phil Minton, John 
  Oswald, Quartetto P.A.P.A., Le Terre Silenziose, Orchestra Del Teatro 
  Comunale Di Bologna, Band Is Woman, Guy Klucevsek, Ain't Nothing But A 
  Polka Band, Rohan de Saram, Mark Dresser, Gerry Hemingway, Stefano 
  Scodanibbio, Banda Roncati, Banda Bird.

    1/ Crazy Friend, Crazy Free                 (audience, Zorn)         0:31
    2/ O.ZO.                                    (Ostertag, Zorn)         4:47
    3/ MI.ZO.                                   (Minton, Zorn)           1:49
    4/ FR.ZO.                                   (Frith, Zorn)            2:32
    5/ Continuation in concert of sound check interrupted by mechanical 
       failure of saxophone                     (Frith, Oswald)          3:33
    6/ HOY PHIL                                 (Minton, Oswald)         2:55
    7/ RED.O.                                   (Frith, Ostertag)        2:09
    8/ Baryshnikov                              (North American Experience)
                                                                         0:33
    9/ Pausa                                    (Frith)                  0:40
    10/ V&                                      (Oswald)                 0:19
    11/ Fata Flexa                              (Paolo Grandi)           4:05
    12/ Camelot                                 (Claudio Scannavini)     3:01
    13/ Western Lands                           (Scodanibbio)            3:27
    14/ A. Al Teatro Comunale Di Bologna        (Band is Woman)          0:18
    15/ Delle Piu Alte Torri                    (Scodanibbio)            1:47
    16/ Oa Poa Polka                            (Mary Ellen Childs)      3:23
    17/ 'Plaus                                  (Oswald)                 3:30
    18/ Polka Dots And Laser Beams              (Guy De Bievre)          2:33
    19/                                                                  1:13
      19a/ Barry Shankoff Entrance              (A.C. Jobim)
      19b/ Jazz Edit                            (Oswald)
    20/ Pausa                                                            0:01
    21/ Kielbasa, Beer And Sauer Krauet         (Bob Lucas)              4:53
    **/ Riflessivo                                                       1:00
    22/ Finalite                                (Dresser, Frith, Hemingway,
                                                Minton, Oswald, Ostertag,
                                                Zorn)                    8:24
    23/ untitled                                (Roncati, audience)      2:25
    24/ Bonus                                   (Banda Bird)             0:01

    Recorded live at Angelica, fourth Festival Internazionale Di Musica,
    Bologna (Italy), May 24-29, 1994

  John Zorn (1-3,4,22): voice, alto; Bob Ostertag (2,7,22): samplers; Phil 
  Minton (3,6,22): vocals; Fred Frith (4,5,7,9,22): electric guitar, voice;
  John Oswald (5,6,17,19,22): alto, tapes, bongo; Gerry Hemingway (22): drums;
  Mark Dresser (22): bass; Rohan De Saram (13,15): cello; Stefano Scodanibbio
  (13): bass; Quartetto P.A.P.A. (10): Rossana Capellari (violin), Paola 
  Garavaldi (violin), Alessandro Urso (viola), Paolo Grandi (cello); Le Terre
  Silenziose (11): Rossana Capellari (violin), Paola Garavaldi (violin), 
  Alessandro Urso (viola), Paolo Grandi (cello), Marco Ferrari (clarinet), 
  Marco Verza (bass clarinet), Oussini Jamal (violin, percussion); Orchestra
  Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna conducted by Franco Sebastiani (12); Band 
  Is Woman (14): Camilla Missio, Daniela Cattivelli, Maddalena Maglione, 
  Franca Pampaloni, Simonetta Paladini, Michela Zini; Guy Klucevsek (16):
  accordion; Ain't nothin' but a Polka Band (18,21): Guy Klucevsek (voice, 
  accordion), John King (electric guitar, voice), Bill Ruyle (drums, marimba,
  voice), David Hofstra (electric bass, voice); Banda Roncati (23); Banda Bird
  (24); audience (1,18,23).

    1995 - CAICAI Music (Italy), CAICAI-006 (CD)

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289 - THE NUTLEY BRASS PLAYS THE GREATEST HITS OF SHIMMY-DISC

    1/ South American Eye                       (Dogbowl)                2:44
    2/ Berries                                  (Fly Ashtray)            3:10
    3/ Nostalgia                                (Uncle Wiggly)           2:31
    4/ Honey I Sure Miss You                    (Daniel Johnston)        2:59
    5/ Highgate                                 (Lida Husik)             2:16
    6/ California                               (Jad Fair & Kramer)      2:41
    7/ True Love                                (Fred Frith)             2:16
    8/ Elenor Bumpers                           (The Tinklers)           3:24
    9/ Sensitive Artist                         (King Missile)           2:22
    10/ Never Meant To Say                      (B.A.L.L.)               2:46
    11/ September in the Night                  (Raymond Listen)         2:49
    12/ I Wanna Talk About It Now               (Bongwater)              2:49

    Recorded at Dog-Eared Music and Noise New Jersey
    Arranged and produced by Sam Elwitt

    1995 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy-Boot 18 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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290 - DEATH AMBIENT: Kato Hideki, Ikue Mori, Fred Frith

    1/ Prophecy                                                          7:23
    2/ Imperial Thorn                                                    7:49
    3/ Hedgetrimmer                                                      2:31
    4/ Alchemy                                                           2:41
    5/ Heart Set 1                                                       0:49
    6/ Rain                                                              1:57
    7/ Broken Blue                                                       2:18
    8/ Loquat Tree                                                       2:51
    9/ White Eye                                                         2:37
    10/ Coyote Got Away                                                  4:43
    11/ A Dead Staphyloccus Looks Like a Skull                           1:46
    12/ Heart Set 2                                                      0:31
    13/ Loading and Running                                              1:14
    14/ Flash                                                            5:33
    15/ Ways Out                                                         3:54

    Recorded at Green Point Studio
    Produced By Kato Hideki and Ikue Mori

  Kato Hideki: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines; Fred Frith: guitar.
  
    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7207 (CD)

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291 - GUITAR ORGANISM: Kazuyuki K. Null

  Duos with Kazuyuki K. Null and Ichiro Agata (1,3,5), Fred Frith (2), Guy
  Lohnes (4), Jim O'Rourke (6).

    1/ Double Headed Jet Pimiento               (Agata, Null)            2:13
    2/ Where We Exist                           (Frith, Null)           27:15
    3/ Love Isn't Blind                         (Agata, Null)            2:08
    4/ Vicious Circle                           (Lohnes, Null)           7:28
    5/ Oriental Psycho Garden                   (Agata, Null)            2:29
    6/ Neuro Politics                           (O'Rourke, Null)        18:34

    (2) recorded live at 20000V, Tokyo on February 11, 1990
    No recording information for the other tracks

  Kazuyuki K. Null: guitar; Ichiro Agata (1,3,5); Fred Frith (2): guitar; Guy
  Lohnes (4): guitar; Jim O'Rourke (6): guitar.

    1995 - Nux Organization (Japan)/Charnel Music (USA), NUX-D13 (CD)

  Note: (2) was previously released under the name of "20000V Live" on NULL &
  FRED FRITH (1991).

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292 - NIL: Scholl/Erismann/Niggli & Frith/Koch/Kowald

    1/ Khartum                                                           9:19
    2/ Hippopotamus                                                      3:07
    3/ Chipmunk                                                          4:03
    4/ Boggy                                                             2:24
    5/ Chit-Chat                                                         1:14
    6/ Col Legno                                                         1:43
    7/ Introduction                                                      0:14
    8/ Sobek                                                             7:00
    9/ Saki Ni Dozo                                                      3:55
    10/ Tricephale                                                       7:56
    11/ Sukunaku                                                         6:20
    12/ Give the Cat a Fish                                              2:19
    13/ Nil                                                              8:54
    14/ Poppy Cock                                                       1:10

    All music by Scholl/Erismann/Niggli/Frith/Koch/Kowald

    Recorded live at Forum Wuppertal in March 16-18, 1995
    (1,5,8,13) are from a live concert
    Produced by Daniel Erismann & Katrin Scholl

  Karin Scholl (all tracks except 7): violin; Daniel Erismann (1-5,8-14):
  trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion; Hans Koch (1-5,10-14): soprano, tenor, bass
  clarinet; Fred Frith (1,5,6,8,10,13): guitar; Peter Kowald (1,2,4,5,8,10-
  14): bass; Lucas N. Niggli (1,3-5,7-14): drums, percussion.

    1995 - Unit Records (Switzerland), UTR 4083 (CD)

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293 - ZATTERE ALLA DERIVA: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track in duo with Bob Ostertag:

    9/ Improvisation                           (Frith, Ostertag)        6:50

    Recorded live at Teatro Miela, Trieste (Italy) in 1994

  Fred Frith: guitar, vocal; Bob Ostertag: samples.

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

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294 - MUSIKPROTOKOLL '95: various artists

  This record features Philip Jeck (1,9), Olga Neuwirth (2), Klammer and
  Gründler Duo (3), Silvia Fómina (4-6), Alvin Lucier (7), Fred Frith (8).

    8/ Trouble With Traffic (excerpt - encore)  (Frith)                  6:16

    Recorded live during the festival Musikprotokoll '95' in the Steirischen
    Herbst, Graz (Austria) between October 4 and 8, 1995

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    1995 - ORF Steiermark (Austria), MP95ORF13 (CD)

  Note: this is a promotional sampler (not for sale) published by ORF -- the
  national Austrian radio station.

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295 - FASTILIO: Fastilio

    1/ Song For Fastilio                        (Stefano Zorzanello)     1:20
    2/ Gummy Bar                                (Fastilio)               1:43
    3/ Diplomatica                              (Fastilio)               5:01
    4/ Looking At The Windside                  (Margareth Kammerer)     2:33
    5/ Rade                                     (Fastilio)               3:26
    6/ EL.                                      (Fastilio)               3:50
    7/ Brass Bolognese                          (Fred Frith)             1:36
    8/ Vitesse De Bande                         (Olivia Bignardi)        1:30
    9/ Antonio E Cleopatra                      (Fastilio)               2:41
    10/ 'Niverso                                (Daniela Cattivelli)     1:18
    11/ Carte Du Fond Des Oceans                (Paolo Angeli)           1:50
    12/ El Gringo                               (Olivia Bignardi)        2:18
    13/ Paracelsus                              (Olivia Bignardi)        2:11
    14/ Jack                                    (Daniela Cattivelli)     3:17
    15/ Dora Baltea                             (Fastilio)               3:31
    16/ Fastilio                                (Fastilio)               1:11
    17/ Il Pozzo                                (OB,GS,FP)               2:10
    18/ Bass                                    (Fastilio)               2:29
    19/ Scorlinas                               (Fastilio)               3:47

    Recorded at the Studio Carillon in January 95
    Produced by Fastilio

  Olivia Bignardi: clarinet, drums, wood percussion; Silvia Fanti: accordion,
  drums; Daniela Cattivelli: alto; Filomena Forleo: piano, melodica, electric
  guitar; Flavia D'Angelentonio: bass; Margareth Kammerer: vocals; Stefano
  Zorzanello (1,7,18): electric guitar, soprano; Paolo Angeli (7,11,18):
  acoustic guitar, vocals, drums; Lino Greco (6): vocals.

    1995 - Erosha (Italy), ERH 003 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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296 - LOUISIANA'S LICK: The Residents

    10/ Dumbo The Clown (Who Loved Christmas)   (The Residents)          2:13

    1995 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD UNWAXED 5 (CD)

  See SUBTERRANEAN MODERN (1979) for further references.

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297 - ELEMENTS: THE ISLAND ANTHOLOGY: Jade Warrior

  Disc 1:
  LAST AUTUMN'S DREAM
    1/ Clouds                                   (Duhig, Field)           2:52
    2/ Mountain Of Fruit And Flowers            (Duhig, Field)           3:16
    3/ Waterfall                                (Duhig, Field)           5:58
    4/ Red Lotus                                (Duhig, Field)           4:31
    5/ Clouds                                   (Duhig, Field)           1:25
    6/ Rainflower                               (Duhig, Field)           2:44
    7/ Easty                                    (Duhig, Field)           5:23
    8/ Monkey Chant                             (traditional)            2:24
    9/ Memories Of A Distant Sea                (Duhig, Field)           5:07
    10/ Quba                                    (Duhig, Field)           2:44
  WAVES
    11/ Waves, Pt. 1                            (Duhig, Field)          19:14
    12/ Waves, Pt. 2                            (Duhig, Field)          23:32
  Disc 2:
  KITES
    13/ Songs Of The Forest                     (Duhig, Field)           3:33
    14/ Wind Song                               (Duhig, Field)           3:22
    15/ Emperor Kite                            (Duhig, Field)           2:16
    16/ Wind Borne                              (Duhig, Field)           7:36
    17/ Kite Song                               (Duhig, Field)           2:19
    18/ Land Of The Warrior                     (Duhig, Field)           3:26
    19/ Quietly By The River Bank               (Duhig, Field)           4:36
    20/ Arrival Of The Emporer: What Does The...(Duhig, Field)           2:28
    21/ The Ch'eng: "Do You Understand This?"   (Duhig, Field)           1:06
    22/ Arrival Of Chia Shan: Discourse And...  (Duhig, Field)           0:53
    23/ Towards The Mountains                   (Duhig, Field)           2:03
    24/ Last Question                           (Duhig, Field)           2:36
  WAY OF THE SUN
    25/ Sun Ra                                  (Duhig, Field)           3:29
    26/ Sun Child                               (Duhig, Field)           2:43
    27/ Moon Tears                              (Duhig, Field)           4:05
    28/ Heaven Stone                            (Duhig, Field)           5:23
    29/ Way Of The Sun                          (Duhig, Field)           5:53
    30/ River Song                              (Duhig, Field)           5:02
    31/ Carnival                                (Duhig, Field)           2:17
    32/ Dance Of The Sun                        (Duhig, Field)           4:53
    33/ Death Of Ra                             (Duhig, Field)           7:14

    (1-10) recorded at Nova Sound, London and Island Studios, Hammersmith
    (11-12) recorded at The Manor, London and Argonaut Studios, London
    (13-24) recorded at Argonaut Studios, London and Island Studios, 
    Hammersmith
    (25-32) recorded at Island Studios, Hammersmith and DJM studios, London
    Produced by Tony Duhig and Jon Field

  Tony Duhig: guitar, lead guitar, electric bass, piano, glockenspiel, organ,
  vibes, percussion; Jon Field: gaelic harp, gong, glockenspiel, vibes, per-
  cussion, alto flute, concert flute, japanese flute, congas, bell tree, 
  African talking drum, cello, guitar, tabla, piano; Orpington Junior Girls
  Choir (1); Coldridge Goode (2,16): string bass, bass; Chris Carran (1,2):
  drums; Graham Deacon (4): drums; David Duhig (8,11,12): electric guitar;
  Skaila Kanga (9,26): harp; Martha Mdenge (10): spoken words; Graham Morgan
  (11,12,15,19,32): drums, snare; Steve Winwood (11,12): Moog, piano; Pete
  Gibson (13,16): brass; Clodagh Simon (13,14): girl's choir; Debbie Hall (14,
  15): violins; Willie (13): snare, bass drum; Roger Bryson (15,19): piano; 
  Jeff Westley (16): electric piano; Fred Frith (21): violins; Joe O'Donnell 
  (22): violins; The String Quartet (15,19); John Dentith (25,31): drums; Bill 
  Smith (31): bass; Godfrey (29): drums; Kuma (29): bass; Alan (29): congas; 
  Gowan Turnbull (31): sax; Dick Cuthell (25): flugelhorn.

    1995 - Island Records (USA), 314-524139-2 (2xCD)
    2001 - Island Records (UK), CRNCD8/524 139-2 (2xCD)

  Note: these 2xCD set contain all the tracks from KITES (1976).

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298 - GREATEST HITS: Half Japanese

  Disc 1:
    1/ Firecracker                              (Jad Fair)               2:42
    2/ Daytona Beach                            (Jad Fair)               1:47
    3/ Said And Done                            (Jad Fair, Jickling)     2:52
    4/ Dance When I Say Dance                   (David Fair)             1:47
    5/ Postcard From Far Away                   (Jad Fair)               1:42
    6/ Worst I'd Ever Do                        (Jad Fair)               0:43
    7/ Horseshoes                               (Jad Fair)               2:12
    8/ Open/Close Your Eyes                     (Jad Fair)               1:10
    9/ This Could Be The Night                  (Jad Fair)               4:39
    10/ Put Some Sugar On It                    (Jad Fair)               2:50
    11/ Calling All Girls                       (David Fair)             1:01
    12/ Bamba                                   (traditional)            1:56
    13/ Love At First Sight                     (Jad Fair)               2:44
    14/ Rub Every Muscle                        (David Fair)             1:45
    15/ Silver And Katherine                    (Jad Fair)               3:13
    16/ My Sordid Past                          (Jad Fair)               1:30
    17/ Ride, Ride, Ride                        (Jad Fair)               0:32
    18/ Day And Night                           (Jad Fair)               2:52
    19/ Last Straw                              (Jad Fair)               1:22
    20/ Nicole                                  (Jad Fair)               4:30
    21/ Miracles Happen Every Day               (Jad Fair)               2:16
    22/ U.S. Teens                              (Jad Fair)               1:08
    23/ School Of Love                          (Jad Fair)               1:09
    24/ T For Texas                             (Jimmie Rodgers)         8:23
    25/ Colleen                                 (Jad Fair)               2:33
    26/ Red Dress                               (Jad Fair)               2:15
    27/ Charmed Life                            (Jad Fair)               1:46
    28/ Rosemary's Baby                         (David Fair)             1:32
    29/ I Know How It Feels...Bad               (David Fair)             2:38
    30/ Roman Candles                           (David Fair)             2:20
    31/ Dream Date                              (Jad Fair)               1:45
  Disc 2:
    32/ Movin On Up                             (Primal Scream)          2:17
    33/ No More Beatlemania                     (David Fair)             1:53
    34/ How Did You Know?                       (Jad Fair)               1:34
    35/ Penny In The Fountain                   (Jad Fair)               1:59
    36/ King Kong                               (Jad Fair)               3:29
    37/ Secret                                  (Jad Fair)               2:16
    38/ B./C. Millionaires                      (Jad Fair)               2:14
    39/ Amazing Clock                           (David Fair)             2:44
    40/ Thick And Thin                          (Jad Fair)               1:13
    41/ 1,000,000 Kisses                        (Jad Fair)               1:55
    42/ Big Mistake                             (Jad Fair)               1:26
    43/ Little Records                          (David Fair)             1:20
    44/ No Direct Line                          (David Fair)             2:01
    45/ House I Live In                         (Jad Fair)               1:02
    46/ UFO Expert                              (Jad Fair)               1:11
    47/ Identical Twins                         (David Fair)             0:39
    48/ Double Trouble                          (Jad Fair)               2:04
    49/ Evidence                                (Jad Fair)               2:05
    50/ Stripping For Cash                      (Jad Fair)               1:22
    51/ On The One Hand                         (Jad Fair)               3:28
    52/ Snake Line                              (David Fair)             2:07
    53/ Too Much Adrenalin                      (David Fair)             1:28
    54/ Trouble In The Water                    (David Fair)             3:00
    55/ Ball And Chain                          (W.M. Thornton)          3:03
    56/ Her Parents Came Home                   (David Fair)             1:02
    57/ Deadly Alien Spawn                      (Jad Fair)               2:39
    58/ Ancient Life                            (Jad Fair)               1:36
    59/ Poetic License                          (Jad Fair)               2:10
    60/ Uncertain Feelings                      (Jad Fair)               2:10
    61/ Something New...                        (David Fair)             1:16
    62/ Fire To Burn                            (David Fair)             2:33
    63/ Acupuncture                             (Jad Fair)               2:16
    64/ Salt And Pepper                         (Jad Fair)               1:58
    65/ Guitar Solo                             (Jad Fair)               0:43
    66/ Little Bit More                         (Jad Fair)               1:35
    67/ Mono                                    (David Fair)             0:20
    68/ Better Than Before                      (Jad Fair)               1:26
    69/ Everything Is Right?                    (Don Fleming)            2:46

    (6,11,23,31,33,38,44,56,65,67) recorded in 1976-1979
    (29) recorded in 1982 ?
    (28) recorded in 1983 ?
    (4,53,62) recorded in 1984
    (1,14,20,48,51,55,60,63) recorded in 1985
    (3,13,18,21,26,27,30,35,41,49,52,54,59,61) recorded in 1986
    (24,39,47) recorded in 1986
    (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58) recorded in 1987
    (34,37,45,69) recorded in 1987-1989
    (2,5,7,8,10,17) recorded in 1988
    (66,68) recorded in 1990
    (9,46) recorded in 1991
    (42) recorded in 1992
    (32,36) recorded in 1993
    (64) no recording information
    (4,6,11,23,24,28,31,33,34,37-39,44,45,47,53,56,62,65,67,69) produced by 
    Jad Fair
    (1,3,13,14,18,20,21,26,17,29,30,35,41,48,19,51,52,54,55,59,60,61,63) pro-
    duced by Don Zientara and 1/2 Japanese
    (2,5,7,8,10,12,15-17,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58) produced by Kramer
    (66,68) produced by 1/2 Japanese
    (9,46) produced by Moe Tucker
    (11) produced by Hank Beckmeyer & Eppo Krol
    (32,36) produced by Momo & Gilles Rieder

  Jad Fair: vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica; David Fair (1,3,4,6,11,13,
  14,18,20,21,23,24,26-31,33,35,38,39,41,44,47-49,51-56,59-63,65,67,69): 
  vocals, guitar, percussion; Mark Jickling (1-5,7,8,10,12-22,24-30,35,39-41,
  43,47-55,57-63,69): guitar; John Dreyfuss (1,3,4,13,14,18,20,21,26-30,35,41,
  48,49,51-55,59-63): saxophone; Rick Dreyfuss (1,4,14,20,224,8,29,39,47,48,
  51,53,55,60,62,63): drums; Lana Zabko (4,28,29,53,62): saxophone; Don 
  Fleming (2-5,7,8,10,13,17,18,21,24,26,27,30,35,39,41,47,49,52-54,59,61,62):
  guitar, vocals; Howard Wuelfing (4,53,62,69): bass; Richie Labrie (4,53,62,
  69): drums; Pippen Barnett (1,14,20,48,51,55,60,63): drums; Danny Finney (1,
  14,20,48,51,55,60,63): saxophone; Rebby Sharp guitar; Moe Tucker (1,9,14,20,
  46,48,51,55,60,63): drums; Lisa Mednick (1,14,20,48,51,55,60,63): keyboards;
  Jay Spiegel (3,13,18,21,24,26,27,30,35,39,41,47,49,52,54,59,61): drums; 
  Steve Johnson (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58): guitar; Rob Kennedy (2,5,
  7,8,10,12,15-17,19,22,24,25,40,43,50,57,58): bass; Scott Jarvis (2,5,7,8,10,
  12,15-17,19,22,24,25,39,40,43,47,50,57,58): drums; Gary Windo (12,15,16,19,
  22,25,40,43,50,57,58): saxophone; Terry Adams (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,
  57,58): piano; Kramer (2,5,7,8,10,12,15,16,17,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58): gui-
  tar, organ, bass, keyboards; David Licht (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58):
  congas; Hank Beckmeyer (8,34,42,45,46): guitar, bass; John Sluggett (9,32,
  34,36,37,42,45,46,66,68): guitar, drums; Joe Martinelli (34,45): drums; Mick
  Hobbs (37,66,68): guitar; Jason Willett (37,66,68): bass; Gilles Rieder (32,
  36,37,42,66,68): drums; John Zorn (17): saxophone; Fred Frith (2): guitar;
  David Doris (9,46): saxophone; Tim Foljahn (32,36,42): guitar; Marc Baines
  (42): T-shirts; Eugene Chadbourne (24): vocals, guitar, harmonica.

    1995 - Safe House (USA), SH-2118-2 (2xCD)
    1995 - Safe House (USA), SH-2118-1 (3xLP)
    1995 - Safe House (USA), ??? (2xCT)

  Note: the (3xLP) edition is limited to 2000 hand-numbered copies.

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299 - UNIVERSONORO VOLUMEN 1: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

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

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

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

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300 - {W}REC{K} ROOM - VOLUME 2: various artists

  This record features Bodeco (1,9), Lunachicks (2), Southern Culture On The
  Skids (3,12), Alluring Strange (4), Nine Iron (5,6,10), Stranglmartin (7),
  Half Japanese (8,13), Ritual Tension (11).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Half Japanese

    8/ Daytona Beach                            (Jad Fair)               1:47

    1995 - Safe House (USA), SH-2116-2 (CD)

  See THE BAND THAT WOULD BE KING (1989) and GREATEST HITS (1995) for further
  references on (8).

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301 - RACCOLTA DIFFERENZIATA 2 - RADIO POPOLARE: various artists

  This record features Caetano Veloso/Gilberto Gil (1), Don Byron (2),
  Piirpauke (3), Cachao (4), Dr. Didg (5), Charlie Haden Quartet West (6),
  Geeta Dutt (7), Lars Hollmer (8), Daniele Sepe (9), Travadinha (10), Cheika
  Remitti (11), Angelique Kidjo (12), Thomas Beckmann (13), Robert Wyatt,
  Slapp Happy & Friends (14), Tony Coe (15).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Robert Wyatt, Slapp Happy & Friends:

    14/ A Little Something                      (Blegvad)                3:10

    1995 - Mercury (Italy), 525 833-2 (CD)

  See FLOTSAM JETSAM (1994) for further references on (14).

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302 - ALLIES: Fred Frith

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

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

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

    1996 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 70 (CD)
    2004 - ReR/Fred Records (UK), ReR FRO 07 (CD)

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

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303 - VERONA JAZZ: various artists

  This record features Bill Dixon, Gerald Wilson, Andrew Hill, Ornette 
  Coleman, Stringjazz, John Zorn, Chico Hamilton, Don Byron, Adam Rudolph,
  Lawrence "Butch" Morris.

  Fred Frith plays on one track with John Zorn:

    6/ Poverty                                  (Morricone)              4:14

    Recorded in Verona, Italy on June 27, 1988

  John Zorn: alto; Wayne Horvitz: piano, keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp; Fred
  Frith: guitar; Mark Dresser: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Cyro Baptista:
  percussion; Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1996 - Nettle (Italy), NTL 001 (CD)

  Note: this record is only available with the June (1996) issue of the 
  Italian magazine Musica Jazz.

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304 - TECHNO MIT STÖRUNGEN: Jon Rose

    All the tracks are untitled

    1/                                                                   5:21
    2/                                                                   0:32
    3/                                                                   2:14
    4/                                                                   0:58
    5/                                                                   1:52
    6/                                                                   2:05
    7/                                                                   3:09
    8/                                                                   3:27
    9/                                                                   1:50
    10/                                                                  0:41
    11/                                                                  1:37
    12/                                                                  1:30
    13/                                                                  0:58
    14/                                                                  2:22
    15/                                                                  1:00
    16/                                                                  1:20
    17/                                                                  1:48
    18/                                                                  1:56
    19/                                                                  1:40
    20/                                                                  0:23
    21/                                                                  1:00
    22/                                                                  1:56
    23/                                                                  4:25
    24/                                                                  0:47
    25/                                                                  1:20
    26/                                                                  1:05
    27/                                                                  1:17
    28/                                                                  2:27
    29/                                                                  2:40
    30/                                                                  1:18
    31/                                                                  1:16
    32/                                                                  3:20
    33/                                                                  1:30
    34/                                                                  1:59

    Project concept & directed by Jon Rose
    Recorded during the Music Unlimited festival at Alter Schlachthof Wels,
    Austria on November 11, 1995

  Frank Schulte: drum machine, samples; Christian Marclay: turntables; Otomo
  Yoshihide: turntables, samples, guitar; Connie Bauer: trombone; Jon Rose:
  electric violin, direction; Phil Minton: voice; Lauren Newton: voice; Chris
  Culter: drums, low grade electronics; Peter Cusack: bousouki, interactive
  birds; Iva Bittova: voice; Uli Gumpert: piano, electric organ; Rudi
  Widerhofer: spoken voice; Fred Frith: acoustic & electric guitars; Sainkho
  Namchylak: voice; Nicolas Collins: trombone propelled electronics; Evan
  Parker: soprano; Marc Ribot: electric guitar; Peter Hollinger: drums.
  Laboratio Di Musica & Imagine: Paolo Angeli: bass tuba, voice; Olivia
  Bignardi: clarinet; Daniela Cattivelli: alto; Ferdinando D'Andria: trumpet;
  Silivia Fanti: accordion; Filomena Forleao: piano; Pierangelo Galantino:
  bass, voice; Salvatore Panu: trombone; Pino Ursu: percussion, voice; Stefano
  Zorzanello: soprano, flute.

    1996 - Plag Dich Nicht (Austria), 002 (CD)

  Note by Jon Rose: This record is an edited version of the piece TECHNO MIT
  STÖRUNGEN that took place on 11/11/95 as part of the festival "music unli-
  mited" at Alter Schlachthof Wels, Austria. The original piece lasted two and
  a half hours. The DAT used for this CD was recorded directly off the mixer,
  consequently there were some problems with the balance and sound on the tape
  which would not have been audible in the concert space. So to compensate,
  this document you are listening to now has been a little "produced" using
  standard studio techniques... Hopefully it retains the spirit of the origi-
  nal performance.

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305 - ANGELICA 1995: various artists

  A document from the fifth edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica
  which features Lol Coxhill, Steve Beresford, Heiner Goebbels, Jon Rose,
  Otomo Yoshihide, Maarten Altena Ensemble, Phil Minton, Veryan Weston, Pat
  Thomas, Rova Saxophone Quartet, Specchio Ensemble, Oban Sax Quartet,
  N.O.R.M.A. with Chris Cutler and Phil Minton, Mike Cooper, Roger Turner.

    8/ Freedom In Fragments (Estratto)          (Frith)                  1:52
    12/ Freedom In Fragments (Estratto)         (Frith)                  1:01
    21/ Freedom In Fragments (Estratto)         (Frith)                  1:50

    Recorded live at Agelica 5th Festival Internazionale di Musica, Bologna
    on May 2-7, 1995

  Bruce Ackley: soprano; Steve Adams: alto; Larry Ochs: tenor; Jon Raskin:
  baritone saxophone.

    1996 - AI Associazione Di Idee (Italy), AI 007 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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306 - SUPERNATURAL FAIRY TALES: THE PROGRESSIVE ROCK ERA: various artists

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Henry Cow/Slapp Happy:

  Disc 5:
    4/ War

    1996 - Rhino (USA), R2 72451 (5xCD)

  See IN PRAISE OF LEARNING (1975) for further references.

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307 - EYE TO EAR: Fred Frith

    1/ Le Rencontre (Title Theme)               (Frith)                  4:11
    2/ Backroom                                 (Frith)                  3:22
    3/ Thea und Nat                             (Frith)                 12:22
      I/ Welcome Home
      II/ Suspicion Theme (for Bernard Herrmann)
      III/ Thea's Theme
      IV/ Suspicion Theme II
      V/ Not Drowning But Waving
    4/ Backroom II                              (Frith)                  5:30
    5/ Picture of Light                         (Frith)                  9:47
    6/ Ostkreuz                                 (Frith)                  6:00
      I/ Frozen Landscape
      II/ Dragging Half A Pig
      III/ Driving To Grandma's
      IV/ In The Abandoned Building 
    7/ Before Sunrise - In The Train            (Frith)                  2:47
    8/ Backroom III                             (Frith)                  8:07
    9/ Le Rencontre (Reprise)                   (Frith)                  3:36

    (1,3,6,9) recorded at Sound Fabrik, Munich (Germany) in 1992
    (2,4,5,8) recorded at Mobius Studio, San Francisco in 1994-1995
    (7) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Stuttgart (Germany) in 1995

  Michaela Dietl (3,6): accordion; Tilman Mueller (3,6): trumpet; Christian
  Kaya (3): clarinet; Boris Denker (1,9): tenor; Willy Webster (2,4,8): organ;
  Fred Frith: all other instruments and manipulations.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7503 (CD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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308 - PLAYS STANDARDS: Ground Zero

    1/ El Derecho De Vivir En Paz + Shinoshin 3/4
                                                (V. Jara, S. Masami)     6:19
    2/ Ultra Q                                  (Miyauchi Kuniro)        5:05
    3/ Those Were The Days                      (Gene Raskin)            6:17
    4/ Folhas Secas                             (Cavaquinho, Silva,
                                                Bollhorst, Brito)        3:51
    5/ Washington Post March + Japan Dissolution(J.P. Sousa, O. Hatoba)  3:09
    6/ Akashia No Ame Ga Yamu Toki              (Kaoru, Yoshisaburo)     4:18
    7/ Bones                                    (Frith, Laswell, Maher)  2:34
    8/ Where Is The Police? + The Bath Of Surprise
                                                (Mengelberg, Beresford)  6:22
    9/ Miagetegoran, Yoru No Hoshi Wo           (Ei Rokusuke, I. Taku)   8:16
    10/ Yume No Hanshu                          (Phew, Yamamoto Seiichi) 4:56
    11/ Die Pappel Vom Karlsplatz               (Brecht, Eisler)         4:56
    12/ A Better Tommorow + I Say A Little Prayer
                                                (J. Koo, B. Bacharach)  10:55

    Recorded at Gok Sound, Kichijoji, Tokyo on January 6-9, 1997
    (8) recorded at Fuji Height #103, Hoya, Tokyo on January 4, 1997
    Produced by Noda Shigenori and Otomo Yoshihide

  Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, self-made guitar, guitar, surdo, agogo, bell,
  voice, bath water, toothbrush, body whistles, tubes, euphonium, reeds, toys,
  whistling; Uchihashi Kazuhisa: guitars, effects, voice; Matsubara Sachiko:
  sampler, Omnichord, voice; Kikuchi Naruyoshi: tenor, soprano, baritone saxo-
  phone, voice; Tanaka Yumiko: shamisen, kokyu, taisho-koto, koto, toys,
  voice; Nasuno Mitsuru: bass, voice; Yoshigaki Yasuhiro: drums, djembe,
  percussion, pandeiro, quica, caixa, gong, goat-hoof jingle, tambourine,
  klaxon, whistle, acme siren, voice; Uemura Masahiro: drums, bass drum,
  cymbals, congas, shaker, tambourine, voice; Sergey Kuryokhin (3): piano
  (sampled guest); Keshavan Malak (3): saxophones, altered miniature guitar
  (sampled guest); Phew (10): voice (sampled guest).

    1997 - Nani Record/DIW (Japan), NCD-201 (CD)
    2000 - DIW (Japan), DIW-420 (CD)
    2002 - ReR Megacorp (UK), GZ3 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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

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

    Recorded in 1986 and in 1990

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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310 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: BURT BACHARACH: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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311 - AYAYA MOSES: Fred Frith Guitar Quartet

    1/ Ayaya Moses                              (Lussier)               10:42
    2/ The Stinky Boy Suite                     (FFGQ)                   0:57
    3/          "                               (FFGQ)                   0:45
    4/          "                               (FFGQ)                   0:57
    5/ Geco Rettile Mialgico                    (Olivia Bignardi)        2:12
    6/ Blind Date                               (FFGQ)                   1:05
    7/ Pulau Dewata                             (Claude Vivier)         13:40
    8/ Trummings                                (Stewart)                8:01
    9/ Freedom Is Your Friends II               (Frith)                  5:00
    10/ The Why Me Suite                        (FFGQ)                   1:01
    11/         "                               (FFGQ)                   1:02
    12/         "                               (FFGQ)                   1:03
    13/ She Closes Her Sister With Heavy Bones  (Didkowsky)              3:57
    14/ Uruk's Tablets                          (Olivia Bignardi)        3:55

    Recorded at Studio 12 of Maison de Radio Canada, Montreal in July and
    November 1996
    Produced by Helene Prevost

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; René Lussier: electric guitar; Nick Didkovsky:
  electric guitar; Mark Stewart: electric guitar.

    1997 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM051CD (CD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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312 - SUISSE COUTURE: various artists

  This record features already available tracks from the Unit label, with
  Alpine Jazz Herd, Kieloor Entartet, Urs Leimgruber/Fritz Hauser, Blasabfuhr,
  Schweizer Schlagzeug Ensemble, Werner Lüdi, Jurg Hager, Michel Wintsch
  Minimum Vital, Ivano Torre Quintetto, Jean-François Bovard et la Compagnie 
  d'Eustache, Blauer Hirsch, Gassmann/Battaglia/Zwiauer/Gatto, Christoph 
  Baumann's Mentalities, Rosetta, Fredi Luscher/Urs Voerkel, Philippe Micol, 
  Double Jeu Trio, Erismann/Scholl/Niggli & Kowald/Koch/Frith, Donat Frisch 
  Quartet, Legfek, Kadash, Eichenberger & The Mytha Horns, Fredy Studer/
  Christy Doran.

    18/ Chit-Chat                               (Scholl, Erismann, Niggli,
                                                Frith, Koch, Kowald)     1:13

    1997 - Unit Records (Switzerland), UTR 5000 CD (CD)

  See NIL (1995) for further references.

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313 - ARNHEM LAND: Andy Haas

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

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

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

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

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314 - EN PUBLIC AUX LABORATOIRES D'AUBERVILLIERS: Fred Frith, Jean-Pierre
  Drouet

    1/ Improvisations                           (Frith, Drouet)         62:25

    Recorded live at the Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers, France

  Fred Frith: guitars, violin, voice, miscellaneous objects, homemade instru-
  ments; Jean-Pierre Drouet: drums, percussions, zither, miscellaneous objets,
  voice.

    1997 - Transes Europeennes (France), TE 012 (CD)

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315 - RÉEL: Fred Frith, Noël Akchoté

    1/ Reseaux                                  (Frith, Akchoté)         3:41
    2/ Reichen                                  (Frith, Akchoté)         2:07
    3/ Rebonds                                  (Frith, Akchoté)         5:55
    4/ Relativ                                  (Frith, Akchoté)         1:43
    5/ Reel                                     (Frith, Akchoté)         1:22
    6/ Recnik                                   (Frith, Akchoté)         7:50
    7/ Remanent                                 (Frith, Akchoté)         5:19
    8/ Resistance                               (Frith, Akchoté)         2:30

    Recorded live at Maison du Livre, de l'Image et du Son, Villeurbanne,
    France on May 17, 1996

  Fred Frith: guitar; Noël Akchoté: guitar.

    1997 - Rectangle (France), Rec K (10" LP)

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316 - OUR TIRED, OUR POOR, OUR HUDDLED MASSES: The Residents

  Compilation celebrating the 25 years of existence of the band.

  Disc 2:
    5/ The Nameless Soul                        (The Residents)          1:00
    8/ Moisture                                 (The Residents)          1:00

    1997 - Ryko (USA), RCD 10425 (2xCD)
    1997 - Euroralph (Germany), CD017 (4xCD)
    1997 - EuroRalph/Bomba Records (Japan), BOM7601-4 (4xCD)

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further references.

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317 - THE TANGO LESSON: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

  This soundtrack features Hugo Diaz Y Su Conjunto, Sally Potter, Thomas 
  Bloch, Fred Frith, Anibal Troilo Y Su Orquesta Tipica, Carlos Gardel, Juan
  D'Orienzo Y Su Orquesta Tipica, Osvaldo Pugliese Y Su Orquesta, David 
  Krakauer, David Licht & Frank London, Astor Piazzolla, Carlos Di Sarli Y Su
  Orquesta Tipica, Yo-Yo Ma, Nestor Marconi, Antonio Agri, Leonardo Marconi,
  Horacio Malvicino.

    1/ Milonga Triste                           (Piana, Manzi)           2:51
    2/ Now                                      (Potter, Frith)          1:45
    3/ Quejas De Bandoneon                      (de Dios Filiberto)      2:39
    4/ Red, Yellow, Blue                        (Potter, Frith)          1:36
    5/ Mi Buenos Aires Querido                  (Gardel, Le Pera)        2:36
    6/ El Flete                                 (Gradito, Greco)         2:55
    7/ Rage                                     (Potter, Frith)          2:38
    8/ Zum                                      (Piazzolla)              3:12
    9/ Amor Y Celos                             (Padula, Roldan)         2:17
    10/ Doyna                                   (London, Licht, 
                                                Krakauer)                2:18
    11/ Danse De Cuisine                        (Potter, Frith)          2:22
    12/ Pensalo Bien                            (Visiglio, Lopez, 
                                                Alberto)                 2:07
    13/ La Yumba                                (Pugliese)               2:45
    14/ Jacob And The Angel                     (Potter, Frith)          2:27
    15/ Milonga De Mis Amores                   (Laurenz, Contursi)      2:26
    16/ Gallo Ciego                             (Bardi)                  3:32
    17/ Libertango                              (Piazzolla)              2:45
    18/ Bahia Blanca                            (Di Sarli)               2:52
    19/ I Am You                                (Piana, Manzi, Potter)   3:04
    20/ Libertango (Reprise)                    (Piazzolla)              3:05

    (2,4,7,11,14) recorded at Studios Merjitur, Paris on October 5 and 7, 1996
    (19,20) recorded at El Pie Studio, Buenos Aires on May 28, 1997, and 
    Whitfield Street Studios, London on June 3, 1997

  Fred Frith (2,4,7,11,14,20): guitars, bass, violin, cymbal; Thomas Bloch 
  (2,4,7,11,14): Ondes Martenot, Cristal Bachet; Sally Potter (2,7,11,14,19):
  vocals; Pablo Veron (11): footsteps; Yo-Yo Ma (19,20): cello; Nestor 
  Marconi (19,20): bandoneon; Antono Agri (19,20): violin; Leonardo Marconi 
  (19,20): piano; Horacio Malvicino (19,20): guitar.

    1997 - Sony Classical (USA?), SK 63226 (CD)

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318 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: SERGE GAINSBOURG: various artists 

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

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

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

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

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

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319 - HAIKUS URBAINS: various artists

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

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

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks:

    10/ untitled                                (Frith)                  1:00
    34/ untitled                                (Frith)                  1:00

    Recorded live at Contemporary Music Center, Mills College, Oakland,
    California

  Robert Boster: CD's; Flynn Cohen: acoustic guitar; Graham Connor: piano;
  Jessica Courtier: oboe; Christine Denton: bassoon; Ben Goldberg: clarinet;
  Herb: electric guitar; Celeste Hutchins: tuba; John Ingle: tenor sax, tubes;
  Daniel Joseph: hammer dulcimer; Patricia Liu: violin; Ko-shin Mandell:
  vocals; Kristi Martel: vocals; Yang Yu: vocals; Tim White: sitar; Louise 
  Land: harmonica.

    1997 - Cave12Disques (Switzerland), C12D02 (CD)

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320 - THE PREVIOUS EVENING: Fred Frith

    1/ Part I (Homage to John Cage)             (Frith)                 19:40
    2/ Part II (Homage to Morton Feldman)       (Frith)                 22:35
    3/ Part III (Homage to Earle Brown)         (Frith)                 13:16

    (1) recorded at Studio Grodon, Munich during Spring of 1993
    (2,3) recorded at Studio Jankowski, Stuttgart in April and June 1996

  Christian Kaya (1): clarinets; Claudio Puntin (2,3): clarinets; Heike Liss
  (1): percussion; Bern Settelmeyer (2,3): percussion; Bernd Weber (1): voice;
  Fred Frith: voice, all other instruments & manipulations.

    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR FF1 (CD)

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321 - BINKY BOY: Nick Didkovsky

    1/ We'll Ask The Questions Around Here, Part 1
                                                (Didkovsky)              2:15
    2/ Egil The Skald                           (Didkovsky)              2:25
    3/ We'll Ask The Questions Around Here, Part 2
                                                (Didkovsky)              2:25
    4/ Moab                                     (Didkovsky)              0:40
    5/ Eine Kleine Gamelan Music                (Daniel Goode, arr. ND)  5:20
    6/ Signs Of Life                            (Stavros Xarchakos)      2:54
    7/ Ganthia                                  (Didkovsky)              4:07
    8/ Ice Cream Time                           (Booli Selmayr)          0:11
    9/ Bubenwagen                               (Didkovsky)              0:26
    10/ I Kick My Hand                          (Didkovsky)              2:59
    11/ You Break It You Buy It                 (Stewart, Didkovsky)     0:37
    12/ Black Iris                              (Didkovsky)             16:34
    13/ Ruth's Mother                           (Didkovsky)              2:24 

    (1-5,9-11) recorded at Harvestworks/Studio PASS between June 1996 and
    August 1997
    (6-8,12,13) recorded at Punos Music, New York City
    Produced by Nick Didkovsky

  Nick Didkovsky: electric guitar, acoustic scrubs; Mark Howell (12): elec-
  tric guitar; Mark Stewart (4,5,9-11): electric guitar; René Lussier (12): 
  electric guitar; Fred Frith (12): electric guitar.

    1997 - Punos Music (USA), PM0003 (CD)

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322 - KNEEL DOWN LIKE A SAINT GORILLA AND STOP: The London Electric Guitar
  Orchestra (L.E.G.O.)

    1/ Sevendas                                 (Sanderson, Bisset)      4:01
    2/ Sheeet Music/Humper                      (L.E.G.O.)               4:44
    3/ Bonnie Georgie Campbell                  (anon)                   2:05
    4/ Dry Stone II                             (Frith)                  5:10
    5/ System                                   (Burkhard Beins)         3:25
    6/ Frog                                     (L.E.G.O.)               6:16
    7/ Haey!                                    (Yentracam, Nonnel)      0:27
    8/ Dervish                                  (L.E.G.O.)               5:59
    9/ Kite                                     (Sanderson)              3:09
    10/ Den Grit Asshole                        (L.E.G.O.)               2:44
    11/ Remembrance Day Parade                  (Adam Bohman)            4:48
    12/ Any Shoes                               (L.E.G.O.)               1:10
    13/ Span                                    (L.E.G.O.)               4:36

    (1-10,12-13) recorded at Highbury Quadrant Infant School in July 1997
    (11) recorded live at the Club Room, Islington on November 10, 1996

  John Bisset: Danelectro, voice; Viv Dogan Corringham: Framus semi, voice;
  Jorg Graumann: Rockinger, voice; Ivor Kallin: Hohner Fretless bass, voice;
  Steve Mallaghan: Rickenbacker, voice; Rick Nogalski: Ibanez, voice; Nigel
  Teers: Custom built, voice; Bogo: Duplo two-string; Milly Singha (5): voice;
  Adam Bohman (11): prepared guitar, tapes; David Holmes (11): voice; Conde
  Hermanas (11): voice; Richard Sanderson (11): voice.

    1997 - 2:13 Music (UK), 2:13 CD003 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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323 - ETYMOLOGY: Fred Frith, Tom Cora

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

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

    Produced by Tom Dimuzio

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

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

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324 - THE BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983-1989): Golden Palominos

    1/ Clustering Train                         (AF, Harris, Stipe)      6:05
    2/ Angel Of Death                           (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 4:43
    3/ Buenos Aires                             (AF, Skopelitis, Straw)  3:47
    4/ ID                                       (AF, Lindsay)            6:47
    5/ Wild River                               (Kidney)                 4:36
    6/ Strong, Simple Silences                  (AF, Blegvad)            4:19
    7/ The Animal Speaks                        (Kidney)                 4:06
    8/ Under The Cap                            (AF, Lindsay)            5:34
    9/ Omaha                                    (Spence)                 3:09
    10/ Faithless Heart                         (AF, Harris, Dixon)      4:05
    11/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder      (AF, Harris, Blegvad)    5:17
    12/ Boy (Go)                                (AF, Harris, Stipe)      5:28
    13/ Clean Plate                             (AF, Lindsay)            6:28
    14/ Darklands                               (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:46

    1997 - Music Club (UK), MCCD 316 (CD)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (4,13).

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325 - SURFIN' U.S.A.: various artists

  This record features The Beach Boys (1), The Chantays (2,3,5,6,9,10,12,14-
  17), The Rumblers (4,8,13,19), Dale Hawkins (7), French/Frith/Kaiser/
  Thompson (11), Jesus And The Mary Chain (18).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with French/Frith/Kaiser/Thompson:

    11/ Surfin' USA                             (Berry)                  2:21

    1997 (?) - Arc Music Group (USA), AMC-97SRF (CD)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

  See LIVE, LOVE, LARF & LOAF (1987) for further references on (11).

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326 - CMJ 500: various artists

  This record features Nirvana (1), Smashing Pumpkins (2), Mudhoney (3), Stone
  Roses (4), Beat Happening (5), John Zorn (6), Boogie Down Productions (7),
  Lou Reed (8), Cocteau Twins (9), Richard Thompson (10), Spacemen 3 (11),
  Superchunk (12), Elvis Costello (13), Slayer (14), Ministry (15), De La Soul
  (16), Throwing Muses (17), Uncle Tupelo (18), Sinead O'Connor (19), Pearl
  Jam (20), R.E.M. (21), Red Hot Chili Peppers (22), The Chills (23), Matthew
  Sweet (24), Primus (25), Lenny Kravitz (26), Sarah McLachlan (27), Moby
  (28), K.M.F.D.M. (29), The Fall (30), Soul II Soul (31), The Blue Nile (32),
  Les Negresses Vertes (33), Buddy Guy (34), Slint (35), Sonic Youth (36),
  Arrested Development (37), My Bloody Valentine (38), Metallica (39), Pantera
  (40), U2 (41), Alice In Chains (42), Jimmie Dale Gilmore (43), Ween (44),
  Teenage Fanclub (45), The Orb (46), The Lemonheads (47), A Tribe Called
  Quest (48), White Zombie (49), Sonny Sharrock (50), Dead Can Dance (51),
  Chris Whitley (52), Soul Asylum (53), PJ Harvey (54), The Breeders (55),
  Cypress Hill (56), Morphine (57), Helmet (58), Screaming Trees (59),
  Stereolab (60), Sebadoh (61), Shabba Ranks (62), Unrest (63), Wu-Tang Clan
  (64), Belly (65), Flaming Lips (66), Spinanes (67), Sugar (68), Green Day
  (69), Counting Crows (70), Ali Farka Toure (71), Live (72), American Music
  Club (73), Beck (74), Hole (75), Oasis (76), Nine Inch Nails (77), Lyle
  Lovett (78), Ted Hawkins (79), Tortoise (80), Buckshot LeFonque (81), The
  Cranberries (82), Bad Religion (83), Sepultura (84), Johnny Cash (85),
  Garbage (86), Everclear (87), Korn (88), Portishead (89), Joan Osbourne
  (90), Guided By Voices (91), Soundgarden (92), The Beastie Boys (93), Alanis
  Morissette (94), Elastica (95), Folk Implosion (96), Jeff Buckley (97),
  Björk (98), The Presidents of the United States of America (99), Posies
  (100), Bush (101), Cassandra Wilson (102), Me'shell Ndegeocello (103), Foo
  Fighters (104), Charlie Hunter (105), Steve Earle (106), Butthole Surfers
  (107), The Fugees (108), Luscious Jackson (109), Patti Smith (110).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with John Zorn (Naked City):

    6/ Igneous Ejaculation                      (John Zorn)

    1997 - CMJ (USA), CMJ 500 (promo 6xCD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (6).

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327 - THE BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS: The Golden Palominos

    1/ Boy (Go)                                 (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    5:30
    2/ Omaha                                    (Skip Spence)            3:11
    3/ The Animal Speaks                        (Robert Kidney)          4:07
    4/ True, (Kind Of)                          (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:47
    5/ Only One Party                           (Fier, Harris, Lindsay)  4:32
    6/ Wild River                               (Robert Kidney)          4:38
    7/ Shattered Image                          (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 5:26
    8/ Darklands                                (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:47
    9/ Over                                     (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 7:38
    10/ I've Been The One                       (Lowell George)          3:19
    11/ Working Harder, (Something Else Is)     (Fier, Harris, Blegvad)  5:18
    12/ Faithless Heart                         (Fier, Harris, Dixon)    4:07
    13/ Brides Of Jesus                         (Payne, George)          3:30
    14/ Clean Plate                             (Fier, Lindsay)          6:29
    15/ Under The Cap                           (Fier, Lindsay)          5:34

    1997 - Charly (Germany), CDNEW 112 (CD)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (14).

  Note: this CD has been re-released in 2000 under the name of RUN PONY RUN.

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328 - CELLULOIDFUNK - AVANT GARDE GROOVES FROM CELLULOID: various artists

  This record features Material (1,6,8), Lightnin' Rod featuring Jimi Hendrix
  (2), The Golden Palominos (3), Bill Laswell (4,11), Ronald Shannon Jackson
  (5), Tribe II (7), Jalal (9), The Last Poets (10), Deadline (12), Massacre
  (13).

    1/ I'm The One 				(Material) 		 5:28
    2/ Doriella Du Fontaine 			(Lightnin' Rod) 	 8:50
    3/ Clean Plate 				(The Golden Palominos)	 6:29
    4/ Work Song  				(Bill Laswell) 		 7:16
    5/ Puttin' On Dog  				(Ronald Shannon Jackson) 4:13  
    6/ Reduction 				(Material)		 5:31
    7/ What I Like (American Dreams) 		(Tribe II)		 6:13
    8/ Over & Over 				(Material) 		 5:40
    9/ Interview 				(Jalal) 		 0:43
    10/ Oh My People 				(The Last Poets) 	 6:52 
    11/ Upright Man 				(Bill Laswell) 		 3:54
    12/ Makossa Rock 				(Deadline)		11:03
    13/ Bones 					(Massacre) 		 1:39

    1997 - Charly (Germany), CDNEW 116 (CD)
  
  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (3), and KILLING
  TIME (1981) for (13).

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329 - LES MYSTERES DES VOIX VULGAIRES 2: various artists

  This record features Linton Kwesi Johnson (1), Leseko Rampolokeng and
  Kalahari Surfers (2), Peeni Waali (3,19), Rhythm Activism (4,21), Etron Fou
  Leloublan and Fred Frith (5), Mitili Flk (6), Caveman Shoestore (7), Jello
  Biafra (8), Eugene Chadbourne (9), Camping Trip (10), Crass (11), Stefano
  Giaccone (12), Blackbird (13), Ernesto "Che" Guevara (14), Lady June (15),
  Subcomandante Marcos (16), Lalli (17), Tony Coe and Orchestra (18), Marco
  Giaccaria (20).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Etron Fou Leloublan:

    5/ La Java Des Bombes Atomiques             (Goraguer, Boris Vian)   2:43

    1998 (?) - Art as Hammer Cat. No. 5 (Italy), VV2 (CD)

  See EN PUBLIC AUX ETAT-UNIS D'AMERIQUE (1998) for further references on (5).

  Note: this compilation was released to support A/Rivista Anarchica, an
  anarchist and pacifist monthly magazine published in Italy since February
  1971; as such, it was never available commercially.

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330 - RIDIN' ON A LAVENDER FREAK: Rascal Reporters

    1998 - Wcarma Records (USA), BABS 98-02 (2xCD)

  Note: this 2xCD set contains all of the unreleased 2xLP version of RIDIN' ON
  A BUMMER. 
  Note: Fred Frith does not play on any tracks which were not already availa-
  ble on the released single LP RIDIN' ON A BUMMER (1984).

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331 - BINGO: Rova

    1/ Face In The Crowd                        (Lindsay Cooper)        11:47
    2/ Initials                                 (Larry Ochs)            13:45
    3/ Witch Gong Game                          (Barry Guy)              4:40
    4/ Water Under The Bridge                   (Fred Frith)             5:41
    5/ Can Of Worms                             (Lindsay Cooper)         5:40
    6/ Witch Gong Game                          (Barry Guy)             26:44

    Recorded at Studio Sharkbite in Oakland, California on April 14, June 23,
    and September 29, 1996
    Produced by Rova

  Bruce Ackley: tenor, soprano; Steve Adams: alto, sopranino; Larry Ochs:
  tenor, sopranino; Jon Raskin: baritone saxophone, alto, sopranino.

    1998 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd056 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.
  Note: (4) is dedicaced to Jimmy Giuffre and is the 5th of 22 sections of a
  composition called "Freedom In Fragments".

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332 - RESIDUE DEUX: The Residents

    1/ The Sleeper                              (The Residents)          2:59
    2/ Whoopy Snort                             (The Residents)          3:46
    3/ Kamikazi Lady                            (The Residents)          1:41
    4/ Boy In Love                              (The Residents)          2:58
    5/ Shut Up! Shut Up!                        (The Residents)          1:13
    6/ Anvil Forest                             (The Residents)          2:23
    7/ Diskomo                                  (The Residents)          4:34
    8/ Jailhouse Rock                           (Leiber, Stoller)        3:09
    9/ Ups & Downs                              (The Residents)          3:06
    10/ Scent Of Mint                           (The Residents)          2:27
    11/ Saint Nix                               (The Residents)          2:32
    12/ Open Up                                 (The Residents)          2:18
    13/ From The Plains To Mexico               (The Residents)          3:29
    The Replacement                             (The Residents)
      14/ In San Francisco                                               2:04
      15/ Dumbo The Clown                                                2:10
      16/ Is He Really Bringing Roses?                                   2:37
      17/ Time's Up                                                      2:57
    18/ Daydream Believer                       (The Residents)          2:58
    Safety Is A Cootie Wootie                   (The Residents)          
      19/ Part 1 - Prelude For A Toddler                                 3:42
      20/ Part 2 - Toddler's Lullaby                                     2:40
      21/ Part 3 - Safety Is A Cootie Wootie                             4:05
    22/ Daydream In Space                       (The Residents)          5:13

  Fred Frith (5,12,15,17).

    1998 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 81322 (CD)
    1998 - Bomba (Japan), BOM 22077 (CD)
    1999 - Ars Nova (Russia), AN-2428 (CD)

  Note: according to the liner notes, Fred Frith only plays on (15,17).
  Note: the Russian 1999 CD edition is limited to 300 copies (on which the
  band's name is written as... The Presidents [sic]).

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM for further references on (5) and SUBTERRANEAN MODERN
  (1979) for (14-17).

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333 - MERIDIEM: Percy Howard, Charles Hayward, Fred Frith, Bill Laswell

    1/ The 7th                                  (Howard, Attila Josef)   6:33
    2/ Mingle                                   (PH,CH,FF,BL)            4:10
    3/ Interference                             (PH,CH,FF,BL)            3:55
    4/ Frozen                                   (PH,CH,FF,BL)            7:04
    5/ Iurodivii (Fool for God)                 (Howard)                 5:49
    6/ Votive Rhythm                            (CH,FF,BL)               3:34
    7/ Lunarsa                                  (Howard)                 5:54
    8/ Anesthesia                               (PH,CH,FF,BL)            4:58
    9/ Crucible                                 (Howard)                11:30

    Recorded at Orange Music Studios, on January 18-22, 1998
    Recorded at Orange Music Sound Studios, West Orange, New Jersey on January
    18-22, 1998
    Produced by Percy Howard III

  Percy Howard (1-5,7-9): vocals; Charles Hayward: drums, percussion, cowbell,
  Wurlitzer; Fred Frith: guitars, radio, guitar, acoustic guitar, organ,
  violin; Bill Laswell: bass, fuzz bass.

    1998 - Materiali Sonori (Italy), MASO CD 90098 (CD)

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334 - SYRO: Pictures Of Rhythm

    1/ Gabriels Laugh Song                                               6:27
    2/ 3 For 5                                                           0:53
    3/ Glockenklang                                                      3:34
    4/ That's It                                                         5:43
    5/ Syro                                                              6:06
    6/ Feliz Sin Tiempo                                                  5:13
    7/ Morgentau                                                         4:58
    8/ Yucatan                                                           7:55
    9/ Begegnung                                                         4:35
    10/ 3 For 5                                                          0:55
    11/ El Chimborazo                                                    5:58

    Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) in February 1997
    Produced by Hans Fickelscher

  Hans Fickelscher: percussion; Uwe Kuehner: percussion; Jogi Nestel: percus-
  sion; Bernd Settelmeyer: percussion; Maria Joao (1,6): vocals (1,6); Fred
  Frith (5,9): guitar.

    1998 - dml-records (Germany), cd-004 (CD)

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335 - SIEBZEHNMAL: Michaela Dietl

    1/ Zirkus                                   (Dietl, Ensemble)        0:22
    2/ Do It                                    (Dietl)                  3:41
    3/ Transsibirische Eisenbahn                (Dietl)                  5:55
    4/ The Moon                                 (Dietl)                  3:09
    5/ Glasherz Auf Sand                        (Dietl)                  3:20
    6/ Das Lied Vom Tag Ohne Ende               (Dietl, Buchta, Fuchs,
                                                Frith)                   3:12
    7/ Die Fische                               (Dietl)                  5:06
    8/ Der Sonnenstrahl                         (Eder, Dietl)            0:27
    9/ Der Tag Nach Dem Regen                   (C. Dietl, Dietl, Buchta)6:14
    10/ Gassen-Hauer                            (Dietl)                  2:12
    11/ Eine Viertelstunde Laenger Als Ein Leben
                                                (Dietl, Pross, Dietl)    2:15
    12/ Blue Bird                               (Dietl)                  1:27
    13/ Menschen Im Park                        (Dietl)                  2:48
    14/ Mondnacht                               (Dietl)                  2:56
    15/ Der Maulbeertraum                       (Eder, Dietl)            2:48
    16/ Ueber Dem Fluss                         (Dietl, Fuchs)           1:42
    17/ Die Liebe Und Das Meer                  (Dietl)                  3:40

    Recorded at Studio Meilhaus (Munich-Pasing) on June 20, 1996

  Melanie Buchta (1,6,7,9,13): cello; Michaela Dietl: accordion, vocals; Helga
  Freude (4,7,9,12): guitar, vocals; Fred Frith: (1,5,6,13,14,16,17): guitar,
  violin; Limpe Fuchs (1,6,7,9,10,13,16): percussion, Ballastseite, stones,
  horn, violin; Alexander Haas (2,3,10,12,15): bass; Stefan Kalmer (2,3,5,10,
  12,14,15,17): violin; Roswitha Pross (6,11): accordion, vocal.

    1998 (?) - no label (Germany), no number (CD)

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336 - PACIFICA: Fred Frith

    1/                                          (Frith)                 46:22
    2/                                          (Frith)                  2:46

    Recorded at Centro Musica, Modena in July 1995
    Sergio Meza's voice recorded at Studio Constantinople, Santiago de Chile
    in September 1997
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Ensemble Eva Kant: Margareth Kammerer: voice; Stefano Zorzanello: flute,
  piccolo, soprano; Daniella Cattivelli: alto; Olivia Bignardi: clarinet, bass
  clarinet; Silvia Fanti: accordion; Salvatore Panu: trombone; Giorgio
  Simbola: trombone; Ferdinando d'Andria: trumpet, violin; Pierangelo
  Galantino: violin, double bass; Lelio Giannetto: double bass; Claudio
  Lanterni: prepared guitar; Paolo Angeli: prepared guitar; Massimi Simonini:
  records, CDs, tapes; Filomena Forleo: piano; Nicola Zonca: marimba; Tiziano
  Popli: keyboards; Andrea Martignoni: percussion; Mario Martignoni: percus-
  sion; Pino Urso: percussion; Sergio Meza: reading a Neruda poem.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7034 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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337 - EN PUBLIC AUX ETATS-UNIS D'AMERIQUE: Etron Fou Leloublan

    1/ Introduction                                                      0:22
    2/ Christine                                (Richard)                7:56
    3/ Ida Trop Tard                            (Chenevier)              6:56
    4/ Rose                                     (Chenevier, Mathieu)     3:58
    5/ Un Apres-midi Au Zoo                     (Chenevier)              3:02
    6/ Atarte (rappel)                          (Beethoven, EFL)         0:45
    7/ Le Fleuve Et Le Manteau                  (Richard)                8:27
    8/ Et Puis                                  (Mathieu)                6:31
    9/ Binet D'Eau Chaude (impro)               (EFL)                    3:57
    10/ La Java Des Bombes Atomiques            (Goraguer, Vian)         2:43
    11/ Blanc                                   (Thirion, Richard)       4:55

    (1-9) recorded live at the Squat Club, New York City and Trinity College,
    Hartford in November 1979
    (10) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg, Switzerland in August 1985
    (11) recorded at 1st Mimi Festival, St Remy de Provence in July 1986
    (10) produced by Fred Frith

  Guigou Chenevier: drums, vocals; Ferdinand Richard: bass, vocals; Bernard
  Matthieu (1-9): saxophones; Fred Frith (10): guitar; Jo Thirion (10,11): 
  keyboards.

    1998 - Gazul (France), GA 8612.AR (CD)
    2010 (?) - Gazul (France), GA 8612? (CD)

  Note: (10,11) are only available on the CD reissue.
  Note: Fred Frith does not appear on the LP pressing.
  Note: (10) was already available on A CLASSIC GUIDE TO NO MAN (1988),
        (11) was already available on FESTIVAL MIMI 86 (1987).

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338 - FUNNY VALENTINE: Massacre

    1/ Leaf Violence                            (Massacre)               4:43
    2/ Down To Five A Day                       (Massacre)               4:42
    3/ Lizard-Skin Junk-Mail                    (Massacre)               5:26
    4/ Ladder                                   (Massacre)              11:30
    5/ South Orange Sunset                      (Massacre)               4:13
    6/ Six-Cylinder Sinister                    (Massacre)               5:21
    7/ 300 Days In The Vacant Lot               (Massacre)               7:34
    8/ Say Hey Willie                           (Massacre)               2:14
    9/ Talk Radio                               (Massacre)               3:48
    10/ Well-Dressed Ripping Up Wood            (Massacre)               4:22
    11/ Further Conversations With White Arc    (Massacre)               6:24

    Recorded at Orange Music, New Jersey in January 1998
    Produced by Massacre

  Fred Frith: guitar; Bill Laswell: bass; Charles Hayward: drums.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7601 (CD)

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339 - THE WIRE TAPPER 2: various artists

  This audio companion to the November 1998 issue of THE WIRE features Slicker
  (1), Rhys Chatham (2), Angela Jaeger & David Cunningham (3), DAF (4), Tom Ze
  (5), Meridiem (6), Jane Dowe & Terre Thaemlitz (7), Tarwater (8), Powerfield
  (9), Sam Prekop (10), Puppy (11), Jad Fair & Yo la Tengo (12), The Pastels 
  (13), Badawi and Labradford (14).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Meridiem:

    6/ Interference                             (PH,FF,BL,CH)            3:57

    1998 - The Wire (UK), 177 (magazine+CD)

  See MERIDIEM (1998) for further references.

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340 - THE BEST OF MATERIAL: Material

    1/ I'm The One                              (MB,BL, BF)              5:28
    2/ Disappearing                             (OD,SS,BL,MB,FM)         7:11
    3/ Square Dance                             (Frith, Laswell, Maher)  4:28
    4/ Let Me Have It All                       (S. Stewart)             5:24
    5/ Upriver                                  (BB,BL,MB,FM)            5:27
    6/ Over & Over                              (BL,MB,FM,NH, Scott,RD)  5:39
    7/ For A Few Dollars More                   (Morricone)              7:35
    8/ Reduction                                (BL,MB,FM)               5:31
    9/ On Sadism                                (BL,MB,FM,CC)            5:05
    10/ Dark Things                             (BL,MB,FM)               4:45
    11/ Ciquiri                                 (RQ,BL,MB,FM)            6:29
    12/ Memories                                (H. Hopper)              4:01
    13/ Busting Out                             (BL,MB,FM,NH, Scott,RD)  8:03

  Michael Beinhorn: guitar, keyboards, percussion, tapes; Bill Laswell: bass;
  Bernard Fowler (1): vocals; Raymond Jones (1,12): electric piano, piano;
  Daniel Ponce (1,7): bata, bells, bongos; Nile Rodgers (1): guitar; Tony
  Thompson (1): drums; Olu Dara (2,5): trumpet; Fred Maher (2,3,5,6,8-11,13):
  drums, percussion; Sonny Sharrock (2,3,5): guitar; Henry Threadgill (2,3):
  alto; Fred Frith (3): guitar; George Lewis (3): trombone; Ronnie Drayton (4,
  6,13): guitar; Nona Hendryx (4,6,13): vocals; Yogi Horton (4,12): drums;
  B.J. Nelson (4): vocals; Noris Night (4): vocals; Billy Bang (5): violin;
  Anton Fier (7): drums; Grand Mixer D.S.T. (7): turntables; Henry Kaiser (7):
  guitar; Robert Musso (7): acoustic guitar; Chris Cultreri (9): guitar;
  Robert Quine (11): guitar; Whitney Houston (12): vocals; Archie Shepp (12):
  tenor.

    1998 - Charly (Germany), CDNEW 117 (CD)
    2001 - Fuel 2000 (USA), 302 061 126 2 (CD)

  See MEMORY SERVES (1981) for further references on (3).

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341 - BOX OF BONGWATER, THE COMPLETE BONGWATER COLLECTION: Bongwater

  Disc 1:
    1/ Ride My Seesaw
    2/ Barely Coping
    3/ Four Sticks
    4/ U.S.O.
    5/ His New Look
    6/ Julia
    7/ Lesbians Of Russia
    8/ Frank
    9/ We Did It Again
    10/ Homer
    11/ Joy Ride
    12/ Decadent Iranian Country Club
    13/ David Bowie Wants Ideas
    14/ Rock & Roll, Pt. 2
    15/ Just May Be The One
    16/ There You Go
    17/ Shark
    18/ Jimmy
    19/ Crime
    20/ Pornography
    21/ Pew
    22/ Dazed And Chinese
    23/ Bullaby
    24/ So Help Me God
  Disc 2:
    25/ His Old Look
    26/ Stone
    27/ Number
    28/ Love You To
    29/ Reaganation
    30/ Double Birth
    31/ Bruce
    32/ Pool
    33/ Rain
    34/ Havana
    35/ Pentagon
    36/ Truth
    37/ You Don't Love Me Yet
    38/ Porpoise Song
    39/ Living End
    40/ Drum
    41/ Mr. & Mrs. Hell
    42/ Too Much Sleep
    43/ Talent Is A Vampire
    44/ Bad Review
    45/ Ill Fated Lovers Go Time Tripping
  Disc 3:
    46/ Psychedelic Sewing Room
    47/ Splash I
    48/ He Loved The Weather
    49/ Teena Stays The Same
    50/ One Hand On The Road
    51/ Then The Babies Return
    52/ Why Are We Sleeping?
    53/ Khomeini Died Tonight
    54/ One So Black
    55/ No Trespassing
    56/ Power Of Pussy
    57/ Great Radio
    58/ What If?
    59/ Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
    60/ Chicken Pussy
    61/ White Rental Car Blues
    62/ Nick Cave Dolls
    63/ Bedazzled
    64/ Obscene And Pornographic Art
    65/ Connie
    66/ What Kind Of Man Reads Playboy?
    67/ I Need A New Tape
    68/ Women Tied Up In Knots
  Disc 4:
    69/ Junior
    70/ Mystery Hole
    71/ Time Is Coming
    72/ Folk Song
    73/ Ye Olde Backlash
    74/ Real Thing
    75/ Free Love Messes Up My Life
    76/ You're Like Me Now
    77/ I Wanna Talk About It Now
    78/ What's Big In England Now
    79/ Schmoozedance
    80/ Celebrity Compass
    81/ When Johnnie Dies
    82/ Big Sell Out
    83/ Over The Credit Line
    84/ Flop Sweats
    85/ Holding Hands
    86/ Flute Of Shame
    87/ On The Cusp Of 1970
    88/ Her Litigious Nature
    89/ Love Song
    90/ Everybody's Talking
    91/ Love Life

    1998 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 5555 (4xCD)

  See BREAKING NO NEW GROUND! (1987) for further references on (?).

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

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

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

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

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

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

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343 - TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EYEBALL EXCELLENCE: The Residents

    9/ Time's Up
    11/ Shut Up! Shut Up!
    12/ And I Was Alone

    1998 - Bomba (Japan), BOM 22058 (CD)

  See SUBTERRANEAN MODERN (1979) for further references on (9).
  See COMMERCIAL SINGLE (1980) for further references on (11,12).

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344 - MATERIALI SONORI: various artists

  This record features Masala (1), Harold Budd/Daniel Lentz/Jessica Karraker 
  (2,5,11), Militia (3), Percy Howard/Charles Hayward/Fred Frith/Bill Laswell 
  (4), Third Ear Band (6), Harmonia (7), Novum Gaudium/Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan 
  (8), Nicola Andresini/Pier Luigi Andreoni (9), Arlo Bigazzi (10), Arturo 
  Stalteri (12), Tuxedomoon (13).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Percy Howard, Charles Hayward, Fred
  Frith, Bill Laswell:

    4/ Mingle                                   (PH,CH,FF,BL)            4:09

    1998 - Olis Music (Italy), OM 0021 (CD)

  See MERIDIEM (1998) for further references on (4).

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345 - COMME DES GARÇONS + REMIXES: Seigen Ono, Arto Lindsay

  Disc 1:
    1/ Julia
    2/ All Men Are Heels
    3/ After You...
    4/ You Will Be All Right
    5/ Pastorinhas/Bandeira Branca/Mascara Negra
    6/ Something To Hold On To
    7/ Have You Seen It Yet?
    8/ Pessoa Quase Certa
    9/ Hunting For Lions
    10/ Round The Globe
    11/ TA.TA.TA.
    12/ Louis-San
    13/ Roman Marching Band
    14/ 540AM, View Of Empire
    15/ Finale
  Disc 2:
    16/ Heels One                               (Lindsay, Ono)
    17/ Don't Change                            (Lindsay, Ono)
    18/ Hihat And Noise                         (Lindsay, Ono)
    19/ Once More                               (Lindsay, Ono)
    20/ Heels Two                               (Lindsay, Ono)
    21/ Some Where Special                      (Lindsay, Ono)
    22/ Gtr & Rain                              (Lindsay, Ono)
    23/ Tk8                                     (Lindsay, Ono)
    24/ Jingle Jangle                           (Lindsay, Ono)

  Amanda Miller (16,20): ballet steps; Naná Vasconcelos (18): hi-hat.

    1998 - Saidera Records/ESCB neOSITE Discs (Japan), 1908 (2xCD)

  See COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME TWO (1989) for further references on (15).

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346 - 25 YEARS OSTSEEJAZZ-FESTIVAL: various artists

  This record features Bill Evans (1), Charlie Mariano (2), United Jazz and
  Rockensemble (3), Barbara Dennerlein (4), Jungle Funk (5), Fred Frith (6),
  Joe Zawinul (7), David Murray (8), Jamenco (9), NDR-Bigband (10), 
  Jazzkantine (11), Betty Carter (12), Leni Stern (13), Dino Saluzzi (14).

    6/                                                                   3:12
      6a/ Selluloid Restaurant                  (Frith)
      6b/ The Old Man Puts Out The Fire         (Frith)

    1998 - BMG/aris (Germany), 74321649082 (CD)

  See STEP ACROSS THE BORDER (1990) for further references on (6).

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347 - THE BEST OF CRAMMED DISCS VOL.1: various artists

  This record features Steven Brown & Delphine Seyrig (1), Zelwer (2),
  Benjamin Lew (3), Hector Zazou (4, 14), Mikel Rouse & Blaine Reininger (5),
  Bel Canto (6), Dominique Dalcan (7), Minimal Compact (8), Gabor G. Kristof
  (9), Fred Frith featuring Jane Siberry (10), Steve Shehan (11), Daniel
  Schell And Karo (12), Sainkho (13), Aksak Maboul (15, 17), Benjamin Lew &
  Samy Birnbach (16), Seigen Ono (18), Peter Scherer & Arto Lindsay (19).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks, one under his name:

    10/ This Old Earth

  and one with Aksak Maboul:

    17/ A Modern Lesson

    1998 (?) - Olis Music (Italy), ? (CD)

  See THE TOP OF HIS HEAD (1989) for further references on (10) and UN PEU DE
  L'AME DES BANDITS (1979) for (17).

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348 - RADIO FREE - CULT CUTS THAT WERE TOO COOL FOR RADIO: various artists

  This record features The Soft Boys (1), The Undertones (2), Devo (3),
  Mission Of Burma (4), Galaxy 500 (5), Yoko Ono (6), Big Star (7), Human
  Sexual Response (8), Frank Zappa (9), The Residents (10-12), Ricard & Linda
  Thompson (13).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with The Residents:

    12/ Moisture                                (The Residents)          1:04

    1998 - Ryko (USA), D 121588 (CD)

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further references on (12).

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349 - AREA ENTERTAINMENT I: various artists

  This record features Soma (1), Fetisch Park (2), Howard/Hayward/Frith/
  Laswell (3), Alesini & Andreoni (4), Spinform (5), Pro-Seed (6), Amen (7),
  Yoga (8), Seofon (9), Holo Syndrome (10), Simon M. Gray (11), Belgium (12).
    
  Fred Frith plays on one track with Howard/Hayward/Frith/Laswell:

    3/ Anesthesia                               (PH,CH,FF,BL)            5:01
    
    1998 - Artelier Music (Germany), art 9024 2 (CD)

  See MERIDIEM (1998) for further references on (3).

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350 - UPBEAT: Fred Frith Guitar Quartet

    1/ Motormouth                               (Frith)                  4:10
    2/                                                                   7:53
      2a/ Stinky Eye                            (FFGQ)
      2b/ (ND Solo)                             (Didkovsky)
      2c/ To Laugh Uncleanly At The Nurse       (Didkovsky)
    3/ Spitty Boy                               (FFGQ)                   0:52
    4/                                                                  12:38
      4a/ Antaeus                               (Didkovsky)
      4b/ (FF Solo)                             (Frith)
      4c/ Rosali's Song                         (Frith)
    5/ Squinty Pea                              (FFGQ)                   1:53
    6/                                                                   5:17
      6a/ (MS Solo)                             (Stewart)
      6b/ Speedy Feety                          (Stewart)
    7/ Red Rag                                  (Frith)                  3:36
    8/ Out To Bomb Fresh Kings                  (Didkovsky)              1:25
    9/ Say Slinky                               (FFGQ)                   1:48
    10/                                                                  8:06
      10a/ (RL Solo)                            (Lussier)
      10b/ Tout De Suite                        (Lussier)
    11/ Skinny Bee                              (FFGQ)                   1:33
    12/ No Bones                                (Frith)                  3:45
    13/ Sinky Sea                               (FFGQ)                   2:14

    (1,2a,3,5,9,11,13) recorded at Tonstudio Amann, Vienna in November 1997
    (2b,6,12) live at Mousonturm, Frankfurt in November 1997
    (4b,4c,10) live at Kulturwerkstatt, Basel in November 1997
    (4a,8) live at Maison de la Culture Andre Malraux, Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy in
    November 1997
    (2c,7) live at Colegio Mayor San Juan Evangelista, Madrid in November 1997
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Nick Didkovsky: electric guitar; René Lussier:
  electric guitar; Mark Stewart: electric guitar.

    1999 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 063CD (CD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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351 - UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED 2: various artists

  This audio companion to the March 1999 issue of the magazine UNCUT features
  XTC (1), Dave Alvin (2), Julian Cope (3), Sebadoh (4), The Creatures (5),
  Robert Wyatt (6), Gillian Welch (7), The Paradise Motel (8), Echo And The
  Bunnymen (9), The Webb Brothers (10), Mansun (11), Beth Orton (12), Todd
  Rundgren (13), Smog (14), Spacemen 3 (15), Dean Martin (16).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Robert Wyatt:

    6/ I'm A Believer                           (Robert Wyatt)           4:55

    1999 - Uncut (UK), UG-3 9 (magazine+CD)

  See EPS (1999) for further references.

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352 - EPS: Robert Wyatt

  Disc 1: Bits
    1/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)           4:55
    2/ Memories                                 (Hugh Hopper)            3:06
    3/ Yesterday Man                            (Chris Andrews)          3:39
    4/ Sonia                                    (Mongezi Feza)           4:01
    5/ Calyx                                    (Phil Miller, R. Wyatt)  3:05
  Disc 2: Pieces
    6/ Shipbuilding                             (C. Langer, E. Costello) 3:04
    7/ Memories Of You                          (Blake, Razafinkeriefo)  2:58
    8/ Round Midnight                           (Monk, Williams,
                                                Hanighen)                4:10
    9/ Pigs... (In There)                       (Wyatt)                  2:39
    10/ Chairman Mao                            (Charlie Haden)          6:15
  Disc 3: Work In Progress
    11/ Yolanda                                 (Milanes, Arias)         4:12
    12/ Te Recuerdo Amanda                      (Jara-Martinez)          3:34
    13/ Biko                                    (Peter Gabriel)          4:38
    14/ Amber And The Amberines                 (Wyatt, Hugh Hopper)     4:11
  Disc 4: Animals
    15/ The Animals' Film                       (Wyatt)                 19:38
  Disc 5: Remixes
    16/ Was A Friend                            (Wyatt, Hugh Hopper)     5:48
    17/ Maryan                                  (Wyatt, P. Catherine)    6:46
    18/ A Sunday In Madrid                      (Benge, Wyatt)           6:59
    19/ Free Will And Testament                 (Wyatt, Kramer)          4:33

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, keyboards, drums, trumpet, bass, guitar, percussion;
  Fred Frith (1,2): violin, guitar; Dave MacCrae (1,7,8): piano, keyboards;
  Richard Sinclair (1,2): bass; Nick Mason (1): drums, producer; Mongezi Feza
  (3,4): trumpet; John Greaves (3,4): bass; Gary Windo (3,4): tenor, bass
  clarinet, alto; Dave Stewart (5): keyboards; Hugh Hopper (5,14): bass, key-
  boards; Laurie Allan (5): drums; Chikako Sato (17): violin; Philip Catherine
  (17): guitar; Chucho Merchan (17): double bass; Brian Eno (18): synthesizer;
  Evan Parker (18): soprano; Paul Weller (19): guitars, harmony vocals.

    1999 - Hannibal (UK), HNCD 1440 (5xCD)
    1999 - Video Arts (Japan), VACK-5397 (5xCD)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGCD46 (5xCD)
    2009 - Domino Records (UK), DOMRW1CDX (14xCD)

  Note: the 14xCD set is called BOX and contains ROCK BOTTOM (1974), THEATRE 
  ROYAL DRURY LANE 8TH SEPTEMBER 1974 (2005), RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD 
  (1975), NOTHING CAN STOP US (1982), OLD ROTTENHAT (1985), DONDESTAN (1991),
  SHLEEP (1997), CUCKOOLAND (2003), COMICOPERA (2007), EPS (1999).

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353 - BOXERPTS: Robert Wyatt

    1/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)           3:49
    2/ Shipbuilding                             (C. Langer, E. Costello) 3:04
    3/ Yolanda                                  (Milanes, Arias)         4:12
    4/ Maryan                                   (Wyatt, P. Catherine)    6:46

    1999 - Hannibal (UK), VHNCD 1440 (promo CD)
    1999 - Thirsty Ear (USA), thi 57062 2 (promo CD)

  See EPS (1999) for further references on (2-4) and I'M A BELIEVER (1974) on
  (1).

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354 - AMBIANCES MAGNÉTIQUES VOLUME 4 - MYSTÈRE: various artists

  This record features Pierre Tanguay and Tom Walsh (1), Patrice Desbiens (2),
  Robert Marcel Lepage and Martin Tétreault (3), Fred Frith Guitar Quartet (4,
  15), Pierre Cartier (5), René Lussier and Martin Tétreault (6), Jean Derome
  (7), René Lussier (8), Jean Derome and Joane Hétu (9), Klaxon Gueule (10),
  Jean Derome et les Dangereux Zhoms (11), René Lussier and Pierre Tanguay
  (12), Dianne Labrosse/Ikue Mori/Martin Tétreault (13), Joane Hétu's Castor
  et Compagnie (14), L'Orkestre des Pas Perdus (16).

    4/ Freedom Is Your Friends                  (Frith)                  5:00
    15/ Motormouth                              (Frith)                  4:10

    1999 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 070 CD (CD)

  See AYAYA MOSES (1997) for further references on (4).
  See UP BEAT (1999) for further references on (15).

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355 - FRIENDS & ENEMIES: Fred Frith, Henry Kaiser

  Disc 1:
    1/ It Moves                                 (Frith, Kaiser)          2:07
    2/ The Changing Of Names                    (Frith, Kaiser)          5:47
    3/ It Sings                                 (Frith, Kaiser)          5:40
    4/ Believing What We Read                   (Frith, Kaiser)          3:02
    5/ ...But Does It Swing?                    (Frith, Kaiser)          3:31
    6/ Hard Time Killing Floor Blues            (Nehemiah "Skip" James)  3:31
    7/ The Golden Eighties                      (Frith, Kaiser)          5:46
    8/ Everyday Objects                         (Frith, Kaiser)          2:49
    9/ The Kirghiz Light                        (Frith, Kaiser)          4:55
    10/ Special Rider Blues                     (Nehemiah "Skip" James)  4:31
    11/ Drowsy Maggie                           (Frith, Kaiser)          4:06
    12/ An HK Guitar Solo                       (Kaiser)                 3:32
    13/ Strandloper                             (Frith, Kaiser)          1:17
    14/ Major Nichols                           (Frith, Kaiser)          3:53
    15/ The Live Trace                          (Frith, Kaiser)          4:38
    16/ See Over                                (Frith, Kaiser)          9:05
    17/ Fourth Rail                             (Frith, Kaiser)          5:13
    18/ Squirrely                               (Frith, Kaiser)          5:42
  Disc 2:
    19/ Twisted Memories Give Way To The Angry Present
                                                (Frith, Kaiser)          3:53
    20/ Black Glass                             (Frith, Kaiser)          5:28
    21/ Third Rail                              (Frith, Kaiser)          3:28
    22/ Three Languages                         (Frith, Kaiser)          9:29
    23/ One Of Nature's Mistakes                (Frith, Kaiser)          2:07
    24/ Roy Rogers                              (Frith, Kaiser)          5:00
    25/ The Confession                          (Frith, Kaiser)          3:56
    26/ Objects Everyday                        (Frith, Kaiser)          2:50
    27/ Wool And Water                          (Frith, Kaiser)          4:12
    28/ The Trace                               (Frith, Kaiser)          2:53
    29/ Life In Hell                            (Frith, Kaiser)          5:37
    30/ The Incarceration                       (Frith, Kaiser)          5:39
    31/ An FF Bass Solo                         (Frith)                  2:38
    32/ John S. French                          (Frith, Kaiser)          3:32
    33/ Fifteen Blues                           (Frith, Kaiser)          4:34
    34/ Dog Puppet Born Out Of A Sock           (Frith, Kaiser)          2:07
    35/ Reading Glasses                         (Frith, Kaiser)          2:03
    36/ A Portrait Of The Artists As Two Old Men(Frith, Kaiser)          9:37

    (1-5,19-22) recorded at Mobius Studio, San Francisco in July 1979
    (6-10,23-28) recorded at Mobius Studio, San Francisco in October 1983
    (11-15,29-34) recorded live at Wolfgangs, San Francisco, Mc Cabe's, Santa
    Monica and Kuuwumba Jazz Society, Santa Cruz in October 1984
    (16-18,35-36) recorded at Mobius Studio, San Francisco in January 1999
    Produced by Fred Frith and Henry Kaiser

  Fred Frith: electric & acoustic guitars, 4 & 6 string bass guitars, "drums", 
  violin, marimba, piano, Casio 202 organ; Henry Kaiser: electric & acoustic 
  guitars, 6 string bass guitar, "drums", electric sitar, banjo, piano.

    1999 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 117/118 (2xCD)

  Note: this 2xCD set contains WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE (1979), WHO NEEDS 
  ENEMIES? (1983), WITH ENEMIES LIKE THESE WHO NEEDS FRIENDS? (1987), plus a
  few unreleased tracks.

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

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

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

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

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

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357 - STONE, BRICK, GLASS, WOOD, WIRE (GRAPHIC SCORES 1986-1996): Fred Frith

  Disc 1:
    1/                                                                  13:19
      1a/ Goongerah                                                      4:20
      1b/ Tokyo                                                          2:15
      1c/ Firewood                                                       6:42
    2/                                                                  11:17
      2a/ Screen                                                         3:38
      2b/ Dry Stone I                                                    4:59
      2c/ Dry Stone II                                                   2:39
    3/                                                                   8:43
      3a/ Bricks For Six                                                 4:10
      3b/ Vlissingen                                                     4:33
    4/ Skylight                                                          3:27
    5/ Dry Stone II                                                      4:17
    6/ Bricks For Six                                                    1:48
    7/                                                                   4:12
      7a/ Dry Stone I                                                    2:03
      7b/ Dry Stone II                                                   2:09
    8/                                                                   1:38
      8a/ Skylight (extract)                                             0:31
      8b/ High Tension (extract)                                         1:07
    9/ Roof                                                              1:28
    10/                                                                  5:59
      10a/ Screen                                                        3:40
      10b/ High Tension                                                  1:33
      10c/ Zürich                                                        0:46
    11/ Athens                                                           3:39
    12/ Firewood                                                         1:49
  Disc 2:
    13/                                                                 33:39
      13a/ Green                                                         5:54
      13b/ Dry Stone II                                                  6:50
      13c/ Improvisation                                                 1:34
      13d/ Roof                                                          1:54
      13e/ Improvisation                                                 1:45
      13f/ Reykjavik                                                     4:02
      13g/ Vlissingen                                                    5:15
      13h/ Improvisation                                                 1:17
      13i/ Skylight V (extract)                                          5:18
    14/                                                                  6:35
      14a/ Improvisation                                                 5:28
      14b/ Tokyo (extract)                                               1:06
    15/ Screen                                                           5:49
    16/ Jahresringe                                                      4:34
    17/ Firewood                                                         6:23

    (6-8) recorded live at the Angelica Festival Internazionale di Musica, 
    Bologna in May 1992
    (3-5) recorded live at the Festival International de Musique Actuelle de 
    Victoriaville, Quebec in October 1992
    (1-2) recorded live at the Time Festival, Vooruit, Gent in May 1994
    (9-12) recorded live at the Jazz Marathon, Groningen in October 1994
    (13-17) recorded live at the Kulturzentrum Dieselstrasse, Esslingen in 
    October 1995
    Produced by Massimo Simonini and Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: violin, guitar, direction; Ikue Mori (all but (6-8)): drum com-
  puters; Zeena Parkins (all but (6-8)): harp, electric harp, accordion; 
  Olivia Bignardi (6-8): clarinet, bass clarinet; Daniela Cattivelli (6-8): 
  alto; Jean Derome (3-5): alto, baritone saxophone, flutes; Hans Koch (13-
  17): saxes, clarinets; Roberto Paci Dalo (6-8): clarinet, bass clarinet; 
  Mariette Rouppe Van Der Voort (9-17): soprano, flute, alto flute; Co Streiff
  (9-17): tenor, baritone saxophone; Raymund Van Santen (1-2,9-12): alto; 
  Peter Vermeersch (1-2): tenor, clarinet; Takashi Yamane (1-2): bass clari-
  net; Stefano Zorzanello (6-8): soprano, flute; Lesli Dalaba (3-5): trumpet;
  Ferdinando D'Andria (6-8): trumpet, violin; Bart Maris (1-2,9-17): trumpet;
  Salvatore Panu (6-8): trombone; Giorgio Simbola (6-8): bombardino; Paolo 
  Angeli (6-8): guitar; Claudio Lanteri (6-8): guitar; René Lussier (1-5): 
  guitar, daxophone; Jean-Marc Montera (9-12): guitar; Silvia Fanti (6-8): 
  accordion; Guy Klucevsek (3-5): accordion; Filomena Forleo (6-8): piano; 
  Myra Melford (3-5): piano; Daan Vandewalle (1-2,9-12): piano; Christine 
  Wodraszka (13-17): piano; Pierangelo Galantino (6-8): violin, double bass;
  Lelio Giannetto (6-8): double bass; Han Bennink (1-5): drums; Chris Cutler
  (9-12): drums; Ahmed Compaore (13-17): drums; Andrea Martignoni (6-8,13-17):
  percussion; Mario Martignoni (6-8): percussion; Pino Urso (6-8): percussion;
  Nicola Zonca (6-8): marimba; Marco Dalpane (6-8): keyboards; Fred Giuliani
  (9-12): samples; Margareth Kammerer (6-8): voice; Didier Roth (1-5): brico-
  lage; Massimo Simonini (6-8): records, CDs, Casio SK1.
    
    1999 - I Dischi di Angelica (Italy), IDA 014 (2xCD)

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358 - GODARD/SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:37

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

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

    2/ Spillane                                 (Zorn)                  25:12

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

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

    3/ Blues Noel                               (Zorn)                   5:51

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

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

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

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

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359 - VARIOUS FAILURES: Swans

  Disc 1:
    5/ I Remember Who You Are                   (Gira)                   4:24
    13/ Song For Dead Time - mg version         (Gira)                   4:34
  Disc 2:
    3/ Can't Find My Way Home                   (Winwood)                4:48
    4/ God Damn The Sun                         (Gira)                   4:21

    Recorded at Platinum Island, New York and B.C. Studio, Brooklyn
    Produced by Bill Laswell and Michael Gira

  Michael Gira: vocals, guitars; Norman Westberg: guitars; Jarboe: vocals,
  keyboards; Bill Laswell: bass; Jason Asnes: bass; Virgil Moorefield: drums;
  Nicky Skopelitis: baglama, bazouki; Shankar: double violin; Fred Frith:
  violin; Jeff Bova: keyboards; Aiyb Dieng: percussion; Trilok Gurtu: tablas;
  Fred & Bernard Fowler: background vocals; Karl Berger: vibes, string arran-
  gements; Mark Feldman: violin; Larry Packer: violin; John Kass: viola;
  Richard Carr: viola; Garo Yellin: cello.

    1999 - Young God Records/Fringecore (Belgium), FR002 (2xCD)
    1999 - Young God Records/Revolver (USA), YG 06 (2xCD)

  See THE BURNING WORLD (1989) for further references.

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360 - 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).

    16/ Fragment Koncertu                       (Fred Frith)             5:24

    Recorded live at Mozg Club, Bydgoszcz (Poland) on December 5, 1998

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    1999 - Mozg Production (Poland), MOZGCD004 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 1000 copies.

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361 - A MERE COINCIDENCE: The Science Group

    1/ Mnemonic                                 (Cutler, Tickmayer)      2:36
    2/ Aleph Zero                               (Cutler, Tickmayer)      2:24
    3/ Engineering                              (Cutler, Tickmayer)      6:04
    4/ Lost In Translation                      (Cutler, Tickmayer)      1:09
    5/ Chimera                                  (Cutler, Tickmayer)      6:15
    6/ Parity                                   (Cutler, Tickmayer)      3:06
    7/ Love                                     (Cutler, Tickmayer)      4:52
    8/ Open Or Closed                           (Cutler, Tickmayer)      4:15
    9/ Napoleon                                 (Cutler, Tickmayer)      1:54
    10/ .......In.....                          (Cutler, Drake)          0:25
    11/ .............Schroedinger's Box         (Cutler, Tickmayer)      1:08
    12/ Event Horizon                           (Cutler, Tickmayer)      1:49
    13/ Lab Notes                               (Cutler, Tickmayer)      2:53
    14/ Scale Invarians                         (Cutler, Tickmayer)      3:36
    15/ There Must Be Something                 (Cutler, Tickmayer)      7:16
    16/ untitled                                (Cutler, Tickmayer)      3:03

    Recorded at Studio Midi Pyrénées, Caudeval (France) between May 1997 and
    January 1999
    Produced by Bob Drake

  Chris Cutler (1,2,4,6-9,14-16): drums, electronics, etc; Amy Denio (1-8,11-
  16): voice, bridge vox; Bob Drake (1-12,14-16): bass, guitar, drums, per-
  cussion, drums, vocals; Fred Frith (2-7,9,10,12-14,16): guitars; Claudio
  Puntin (1-4,7,9,12,14,16): clarinet, bass clarinet; Stevan Tickmayer (1-9,
  11-16): keyboards, samples, piano, prepared piano, piano strings, electric
  organ, violin, electric guitar, double bass, Hungarian zither, sound design;
  Shaun de Waal (10,13): voice.

    1999 - ReR Recommended (UK), ReR SCIENCE 1 (CD)

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362 - TABOO AND EXILE: John Zorn

    1/ In The Temple Of Hadjarim                (Zorn)                   5:12
    2/ Sacrifist                                (Zorn)                   4:50
    3/ Mayim                                    (Zorn)                   3:27
    4/ Koryojang                                (Zorn)                   6:21
    5/ Bulls Eye                                (Zorn)                   1:08
    6/ Zeraim                                   (Zorn)                   6:19
    7/ Thaalapalassi                            (Zorn)                  10:21
    8/ Makkot                                   (Zorn)                   2:59
    9/ Tiki For Blue                            (Zorn)                   6:59
    10/ The Possessed                           (Zorn)                   6:17
    11/ Oracle                                  (Zorn)                   4:24
    12/ Koryojang (end credits)                 (Zorn)                   2:25

    Recorded at Avatar, from February to June 1999
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jamie Saft (1,6,9,11): piano, organ; Cyro Baptista (1,4,6,11,12): percus-
  sion; Mark Feldman (1,3,6,8): violin; Erik Friedlander (1,3,6,8,11): cello;
  Greg Cohen (1,3,6,8,9): bass; Fred Frith (2,7,10): guitar; Marc Ribot (2,5,
  7,9): guitar, rhythm guitar; Bill Laswell (2,7,10): bass; Dave Lombardo (2,
  7,10): drums; Joey Baron (4,12): percussion; Mike Patton (5): vocals; Robert
  Quine (5): lead guitar; Chris Wood (5): bass; Sim Caine (5): drums; Roberto
  Rodriguez (9): percussion; John Zorn (10): alto; Miho Hatori (11): vocals.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7325 (CD)

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363 - SYNAESTHESIA: Death Ambient

    1/ Pink Jewel Anemone Cluster               (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    3:27
    2/ Demon Within                             (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    1:44
    3/ Agony & Desire                           (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    4:19
    4/ Sacred Obsession                         (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:32
    5/ Bone Collector                           (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:13
    6/ Carnival Death                           (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:29
    7/ Mirage Of Memory                         (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:52
    8/ Synaesthesia                             (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    5:21
    9/ Satori                                   (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    3:54
    10/ Schizoid                                (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    1:07
    11/ Sowing Death                            (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    3:12
    12/ The Deep                                (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    7:10
    13/ Way In                                  (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:22

    Recorded at B.C. Studio, New York in June 1999
   
 Kato Hideki: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7226 (CD)

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364 - SATURN'S FINGER: Maybe Monday

    1/ Saturn's Finger                          (Maybe Monday)          33:47
    2/ Helix                                    (Maybe Monday)          18:43
    3/ Beyond The Hard Darkned                  (Maybe Monday)          12:51

    Recorded at Unity Temple, Chicago on July 2 & 3, 1998
    Produced by Larry Ochs

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Miya Masaoka: koto, electronics; Larry Ochs:
  saxophones.

    1999 - BUZZ-Records (Netherlands), ZZ 76007 (CD)

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365 - TO CANTERBURY AND BEYOND  A TRIBUTE TO THE CANTERBURY SCENE: various
  artists

  This 2xCD record set features Zoo Lunaire (1), Chameleon (2), Phil Mercy 
  (3), Arbogast (4), Marco Masoni (5), Patrick Forgas (6), Hostsonaten (7),
  Ashqelon Quilt (8), Synthetic Block (9), David Bagsby (10), Notturno 
  Concertante (11), The Underground Railroad (12), Tilion (13), L'Imbroglio
  (14), Mary Newletter (15), Nostalgia (16), Algebra (17), Dono Celeste (18),
  Phil Beane (19), Moonmadness Of Divae (20), Rotters' Club (21), Trama (22).

    19/ Spring Any Day Now                      (Frith)                  3:00

  Phil Beane: all instruments.

    1999 - Mellow Records (Italy), MMP 361 A/B (2xCD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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366 - 7 WHOLLS: London Electric Guitar Orchestra

  A seven movement realisation of Fred Frith's graphic score 'Dry Stone II'.

    1/ Whaill                                   (Teers)                  9:27
    2/ Whorls                                   (Mallagham)              8:17
    3/ Wall                                     (Bisset)                 8:12
    4/ Wheal                                    (Dogan-Corringham)       8:11
    5/ Wholl #3                                 (Graumann)              10:28
    6/ Wholl #5                                 (Kallin)                 7:32
    7/ Whole                                    (Nogalski)              15:05

    Recorded at LEGO HQ, Brick Lane, East London in Winter 1999

  Nigel Teers: electric guitar; Steve Mallaghan: electric guitar; John Bisset:
  electric guitar; Viv Dogan-Corringham: electric guitar; Jorg Graumann: elec-
  tric guitar; Ivor Kallin: electric guitar; Rick Nogalski: electric guitar.

    1999 - 2:13 Music (UK), 2:13CD007 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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367 - THE SECOND EARFUL SAMPLER: various artists

  This records features Robert Wyatt (1), Jazz Jamaica (2), Sly & Robbie (3),
  The Robert Cray Band (4), Golden Smog (5), Chuck E Weiss (6), Lito
  Barrientos (7), Mocean Worker (8), Cubanismo (9), Pernice Brothers (10),
  Ernest Ranglin (11), Alvin Youngblood Hart (12), Sweet Honey On The Rock
  (13), Kelly Willis (14), Jimmy Bosch (15), Hank Dogs (16), Toumani Diabate
  (17).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Robert Wyatt:

    1/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)           3:51

    1999 - Ryko (UK), EARCD 002 (CD)

  See I'M A BELIEVER (1974) for further refernces on (1).

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368 - LIVE IN BYDGOSZCZ: Fred Frith Guitar Quartet

    1/ A                                                                 4:10
    2/ B                                                                 2:31
    3/ C                                                                 2:06
    4/ D                                                                 6:53
    5/ E                                                                 5:11
    6/ F                                                                 2:20
    7/ G                                                                 4:10
    8/ H                                                                 2:59
    9/ Ayaya Moses                                                       8:03

    Recorded live in Bydgoszcz, Poland on November 30, 1995

  Fred Frith: guitar; Nick Didkovsky: guitar; René Lussier: guitar; Mark
  Stewart: guitar.

    1999 (?) - Pawn He@rts Records (Poland), PHCD 020D 99 (CD)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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369 - LIVE: Fred Frith

    1/ Part 01                                                           6:37
    2/ Part 02                                                           3:23
    3/ Part 03                                                           4:01
    4/ Part 04                                                           9:50
    5/ Part 05                                                           1:35
    6/ Part 06                                                           3:13
    7/ Part 07                                                          10:14
    8/ Part 08                                                           4:12
    9/ Part 09                                                           7:20
    10/ Part 10                                                          2:59

    Recorded live at Moszg, Bydgoszcz, Poland on February 2, 1999

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    1999 (?) - Pawn He@rts Records (Poland), PHCD 027D 99 (CD)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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370 - STILL: Sue Garner, Rick Brown

    1/ Synthbug 				(Brown, Garner)		 3:33
    2/ I Like The Name Alice 			(Brown, Garner)		 4:57
    3/ Asphalt Road 				(Brown, Garner)		 4:19
    4/ Let Us Out 				(Brown, Garner)		 3:39
    5/ Absorbed 				(Brown, Garner)		 5:42
    6/ It's So Hard 				(John Lennon)		 1:51
    7/ Damp Spirit 				(Brown, Garner)		 4:45
    8/ Bomb Squad 				(Brown, Garner)		 3:36
    9/ Swimmingly 				(Brown, Garner)		 3:35
    10/ Short And Semi-Sweet 			(Brown, Garner)		 3:43
    11/ Molly My 				(Brown, Garner)		 2:56
    12/ Fussy Fuss 				(Brown, Garner)		 3:50
    13/ Rusty Bell 				(Brown, Garner)		 4:43
    14/ The World's Where A War Is 		(Fred Frith, S. Miles)	 3:19

    Produced by Chris Stamey, Sue Garner, and Rick Brown
    Recorded at 502, 346, 29 and 806 (Practice Space, Home, Rick's Parents
    Basement, and Modern Recording)

  Sue Garner: bass, vocals, guitar, percussion, marimba, steel Drums, synthe-
  sizer, violin; Rick Brown: percussion, synthesizer, vocals, drums, marimba,
  cacaphone; Douglas McCombs (1-4,9,10): bass, steel guitar; Doug Weiselman
  (2,5,8-11): reeds; Chris Stamey (2): cello; Tara Key (12): guitar.

    2000 - Thrill Jockey (USA), THR 065 LP (LP)
    2000 - Thrill Jockey (USA), THR 065 (CD)
    2001 - Thrill Jockey/Tokuma Japan Communication (Japan), TKCB-71828 (CD)

  Note: (13,14) are only available on the Japanese pressing.
  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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371 - TRAFFIC CONTINUES: Fred Frith, Ensemble Modern

  Traffic Continues I:                          (Frith)
    1/ Inadvertent Introduction                                          0:53
    2/ First Riddle                                                      2:30
    3/ Traffic II                                                        4:25
    4/ Third Riddle                                                      2:13
    5/ Lourdement Gai                                                    1:06
    6/ Traffic III/Traffic I                                             2:17
    7/ Freeway/Shadow Of A Tree On Sand                                  5:28
    8/ Fragile Finale                                                    9:40
  Traffic Continues II: Gusto (For Tom Cora)    (Frith)
    9/ Introduction: Limbo                                               1:55
    10/ Adage A/At Your Earliest Hesitation                              4:45
    11/ Gyrate/Adage B                                                   3:25
    12/ Not If I See You First                                           1:17
    13/ Any Other World                                                  1:27
    14/ A Good Top Tongue                                                0:16
    15/ Nose At Nose                                                     0:56
    16/ Will Cast Some Light On                                          1:32
    17/ Adage D/Neither Fire Nor Place                                   0:45
    18/ Monkey Lens Diphtong String                                      3:34
    19/ Howdywhoola                                                      0:17
    20/ No Convenient Time                                               3:30
    21/ One Never Knows Do One?/Adage Coda/Long Fade                    11:34

    Recorded at "Das TAT im Bockenheimer Depot", Frankfurt on December 14-17,
    1998
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar, musical director; Franck Ollu (1-8): conductor; Ikue 
  Mori (9-21): drum machines; Zeena Parkins (9-21): harp, electric harp;
  Ensemble Modern: Uwe Dierksen (trombone), Roland Diry (clarinet), Thomas
  Fichter (double bass, electric bass), Heinz Huber (accordion, on (9-21)),
  Michael M. Kasper (cello), Freya Kirby (violin), Susan Knight (viola), 
  Hermann Kretzschmar (piano, sampler), Catherine Milliken (oboe, bass oboe,
  English horn), Bruce Nockles (trumpet), Rumi Ogawa-Helferich (percussion,
  cymbalom), Franck Ollu (horn), Rainer Roemer (percussion), Noriko Shimada
  (bassoon, contrabassoon), Wolfgang Styri (saxophone, contrabass clarinet),
  Hilary Sturt (violin), Dietmar Wiesner (flute, bass flute, piccolo).

    2000 - Winter & Winter (Germany), W&W 910 044-2 (CD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: Part II is built around samples of Tom Cora (cello) from the sampling
  CD ETYMOLOGY.
  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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372 - 2 GENTLEMEN IN VERONA: Chris Cutler, Fred Frith

    1/ Act 1, Scene I                                                    2:45
    2/ Act 1, Scene II                                                   2:14
    3/ Act 1, Scene III                                                  3:55
    4/ Act 2, Scene I                                                    1:19
    5/ Act 2, Scene II                                                   2:59
    6/ Act 2, Scene III                                                  3:56
    7/ Act 2, Scene IV                                                   2:56
    8/ Act 2, Scene VI                                                   3:37
    9/ Act 3, Scene I                                                    3:03
    10/ Act 4, Scene I                                                   2:31
    11/ Act 5, Scene I                                                   3:00
    12/ Act 5, Scene II                                                  3:18
    13/ Act 5, Scene III                                                 2:57
    14/ Act 5, Scene IV                                                  3:42
    15/ Exeunt                                                           1:23
    16/ Encore                                                           6:33

    Recorded live at Interzona, Verona (Italy) on April 16, 1999

  Chris Cutler: drums, electrified drums, flotsam; Fred Frith: electrified
  guitars, voice, jetsam.

    2000 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CCFF3 (CD)

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373 - LATER...: Mark Dresser, Fred Frith, Ikue Mori

    1/ Pocket                                   (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   1:29
    2/ Hello, I Must Be Going                   (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   6:26
    3/ Downtown, Top Corner                     (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   4:53
    4/ Points Follow                            (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   4:05
    5/ We Build                                 (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   5:32
    6/ Bottle                                   (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   5:10
    7/ Describe It Either                       (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   4:24
    8/ The Soul Hovers                          (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   8:34
    9/ Code                                     (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   0:45

    Recorded at Studio Mobius, San Francisco on April 26 & 27, 1994
    (8) recorded live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco on April
    27, 1994

   Mark Dresser: bass; Fred Frith: guitar, guitar on a table, violin, piano,
   organ; Ikue Mori: electronic percussion.

    2000 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 070 (CD)"

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

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

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

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

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

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375 - GERMAN BRINGAS Y EL ENGRANE AMARILLO

  Disc 1: A
    1/ Little Steps (collective improvisation)                           7:20
    2/ Centro Radio (collective improvisation)                           5:25
    3/ Dos Ingleses En El Zocalo (collective improvisation)              8:29
    4/ Ardilla (collective improvisation)                                8:45
    5/ Cancion De Cuna (Sin Almohada) (collective improvisation)        10:35
    6/ Ambulantes (collective improvisation)                             3:42
    7/ Flujo #2 (collective improvisation)                              12:15
  Disc 2: Z
    8/ Duo (collective improvisation)                                    4:59
    9/ La Ventana (G.Bringas)                                            7:40
    10/ El Basque (collective improvisation)                             9:27
    11/ Caminar En Riesgo (collective improvisation)                     9:21
    12/ Flujo #3 (collective improvisation)                              8:40
    13/ El Stalker (G.Bringas)                                           6:26
    14/ Vacio (collective improvisation)                                 6:01

    Recorded at Ex-Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico City on December (or September?)
    24 & 25, 1999
    Produced by German Bringas

  German Bringas: piano, saxophones, trumpet, "saxpeta", synthesizer;
  Francisco Bringas: tabla, percussion; Arturo Romo: trombone; Victor Mendez
  (7, 12): guitar; Fred Frith: guitar, effects; Chris Cutler: drums, electro-
  nics; Luis Flores (3, 6): violin; Salvador Cruz (3, 6): piano strings.

    2000 (1999?) - Jazzorca Records/Smogless Records (Mexico), JRCD09 (2xCD)

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376 - XU FENG: John Zorn

    1/ The Valiant Ones                         (Zorn)                  10:13
    2/ The Fate Of Lee Khan                     (Zorn)                   6:57
    3/ Legend Of The Mountain                   (Zorn)                   4:01
    4/ The Assassins                            (Zorn)                   2:32
    5/ Dragon Gate Inn                          (Zorn)                   5:26
    6/ The Beauty Of Yang Hui-Chen              (Zorn)                  10:43
    7/ Trouble At Spring Inn                    (Zorn)                   6:25
    8/ Hidden Fortress                          (Zorn)                   7:50
    9/ Hsia Nü                                  (Zorn)                   7:34
    10/ Raining in the Mountains                (Zorn)                   5:32
    11/ A Touch of Zen                          (Zorn)                   4:11

    Recorded at Different Fur, San Francisco on May 28, 2000
    Produced by John Zorn

   Fred Frith: guitars; John Schott: guitars; Chris Brown: electronics; David
   Slusser: electronics; Dave Lombardo: drums, percussion; William Winant:
   drums, percussion; John Zorn: prompter.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7329 (CD)

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377 - INVITE PAUL ROGERS ET FRED FRITH: 32 Janvier

    1/ Basile                                   (Merle)                  5:49
    2/ Surprises                                (Merle, Recio)           4:51
    3/ Petite Ecole De Vienne                   (Merle)                  8:14
    4/ 13, 14, 15                               (Merle)                  6:45
    5/ Envie d'Italie                           (Merle, Adrien Spirli)   7:40
    6/ 32/01                                    (Merle, Recio)           3:10
    7/ Sans Reponse (A Odell Barnes)            (Merle)                  8:24
    8/ Albert                                   (Merle)                  5:13
    9/ L'Homme Du Non                           (Merle)                 11:26

    (1-6) recorded at Studio De L'Hacienda, Tarare (France) in July 2000
    (7-9) recorded live at Théâtre De La Renaissance, Oullins (France) in
    October 1999

  Maurice Merle: alto, soprano, voice; Xavier Garcia: sampler; Lucia Recio:
  voice; Alfred Spirli: drums, objects; Paul Rogers (1,3,4,7-9): double bass;
  Fred Frith (2,5,6): guitar.

    2000 - Arfi (France), AM 027 (CD)

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378 - THE MAN WHO CRIED: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

  Original soundtrack to the movie by Sally Potter performed by Salvatore
  Licitra (1,3,6,10,12,16,17), Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conductor
  Sian Edwards (1,3,6,17), Vasko Vassilev/Pamela Nicholson (2), Kronos Quartet
  (4,7,13,16), Taraf De Haidouks (5,8,9,11,14), Iva Bittova (9,15), Katia
  Labeque (10,12), Marielle Labeque (10), Fred Frith (13), Christopher
  Laurence (13), Brian Dee/Andrew Cleyndert/Clarke Tracey (15).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Kronos Quartet and Christopher Lawrence:

    13/ Without A Word                          (Osvaldo Golijov)        3:34

    Recorded at Air Lyndhurst & Whitfield Street Studios, London
    Produced by Sally Potter

  David Harrington: violin; John Sherba: violin; Hank Dutt: viola; Joan
  Jeanrenaud or Jennifer Culp: cello; Fred Frith: guitar; Christopher
  Laurence: double bass.

    2000 - Sony Classical/Sony Music Soundtrax (Austria), SK 61870 (CD)
    2000 - Sony Classical (USA), SK 61870 (CD)
    2000 - Sony Classical (Germany?), SK 61870 (CD)
    2000 - Sony Classical (UK), SK 61870 (CD)
    2000 - Sony Classical (Japan), SRCS-2473 (CD)
  
  Note: the German edition is called IN STURMISCHEN ZEITEN.
  Note: each edition has a different cover.

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379 - THE INDEPENDENT FILM CHANNEL - IN YOUR EAR 2 - VOLUME TWO: SCORES!:
  various artists

  This record features Angelo Badalamenti (1), Simon Fisher Turner (2), Mark
  Mothersbaugh (3), David Motion/Sally Potter (4), Mychael Danna (5), James
  Newton Howard (6), Steven Hufstetter/Tito Larriva (7), Wim Mertens (8),
  Stewart Copeland (9), Ryuichi Sakamoto (10), Phillip Reed/Ned Riffle (11),
  Murray Grindlay/Murray McNabb (12).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with David Motion/Sally Potter:

    4/ On The Road                              (Motion, Potter)         4:14

    2000 - Engine Group (USA), 68501 80026-2 (CD)

  See ORLANDO (1993) for further references on (4).

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380 - SOUPSONGS LIVE - THE MUSIC OF ROBERT WYATT: various artists

  Disc 1:
    1/ Sonia                                    (Mongezi Feza)           7:45
    2/ A Sunday In Madrid                       (A. Benge, Wyatt)        5:51
    3/ Seasong                                  (Wyatt)                  5:44
    4/ September The 9th                        (A. Benge, Wyatt)        7:22
    5/ The Duchess                              (Wyatt)                  6:26
    6/ P.L.A.                                   (Wyatt)                  3:14
    7/ Alliance                                 (Wyatt)                  7:06
    8/ Left On Man                              (Wyatt)                  6:43
    9/ Muddy Mouse A                            (Fred Frith, Wyatt)      0:37
    10/ Solar Flares                            (Wyatt)                  5:06
    11/ Muddy Mouse B                           (Fred Frith, Wyatt)      0:45
    12/ 5 Blacknotes & 1 White Note             (Offenbach, Wyatt)       4:13
    13/ Muddy Mouse C Which In Turn Leads To Muddy Mouth
                                                (Fred Frith, Wyatt)      6:39
  Disc 2:
    14/ Free Will And Testament                 (Wyatt, M. Kramer)       4:40
    15/ Team Spirit                             (MacCormick, Wyatt,
                                                Manzanera)               7:12
    16/ Vandalusia                              (Wyatt)                  4:15
    17/ Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road     (Wyatt)                  6:09
    18/ Alifib/Alife                            (Wyatt)                  9:29
    19/ The Sight Of The Wind                   (A. Benge, Wyatt)        8:36
    20/ Gharbzadeghi                            (Wyatt)                 11:33
    21/ Soupsong                                (B. Hopper, Wyatt)       4:56
    22/ Dondestan                               (Wyatt)                  7:45
    23/ Heaps Of Sheeps                         (A. Benge, Wyatt)        6:05

    Recorded live at The Palace Theatre, Newark, England on October 10, 1999
    Produced by Ian Maidman

  Julie Tippetts: voice; Ian Maidman: voice, acoustic guitar, electric guitar,
  ukelele, accordion; Annie Whitehead: trombone, voice, arrangements; Didier
  Malherbe: flutes, alto, soprano, doudouk, ocarina; George Khan: tenor, bari-
  tone saxophone; Harry Beckett: trumpet, flugelhorn; Phil Manzanera: electric
  guitar; Janette Mason: keyboards, piano; Steve Lamb: bass; Liam Genockey:
  drums.

    2000 - Jazzprint (UK), JP101CD (2xCD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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381 - IN THE CORNER: Spirit Airport

    1/ Spirit Airport/Sweet Riff                (DN,BT,NH,MG,MP)        15:57
    2/ Linearity                                (DN,BT,NH,MG,MP)         6:31
    3/ Horizontal Navigation                    (DN,BT,DA,NH,MG,MP)      3:03
    4/ Ride The Beam                            (DN,BT,DA,NH,MG,MP)      5:39
    5/ In The Corner                            (DN,BT,NH,MG,MP)         5:20
    6/ Shadowplay                               (BT,EK,MG,MP)            1:42
    7/ Subterranean                             (DN,BT,DA,NH,MG,MP)      2:49
    8/ Something Else                           (DN,BT,EK,OEG,DA,MG,MP)  3:23
    9/ Circling Zone                            (DN,BT,NH,MG,MP)         1:56
    10/ Rubberband                              (BT,EK,NH,MG,MP)        12:02
    11/ Lonely Sky                              (DN,BT,DA,NH,MG,MP)      5:12
    12/ Dust Radio                              (DN,BT,DA,NH,MG,MP)      1:36
    13/ Rabbit Hole                             (DN,BT,DA,NH,MG,MP)      3:48
    14/ Sea Sounds                              (BT,EK,NH,MG,MP)         1:55
    15/ Frithertronics                          (Frith,EK,MG,MP)         2:21

    (1-14) recorded live at Myrrhkill Haus, Washington D.C. (USA) in 1999
    (15) recorded live at Skinner Hall, Vassar College (USA) in 1990
    Produced by Nan Helm and Michael Pollack

  Dave Newhouse (1-5,7-9,11-13): saxophones, clarinets, flute; Ben Tyree (1-
  14): guitar, congas; Eric Kaufman: Fender Rhodes, Yamaha DX7, piano; Osman
  Eren Gumrukcuoglu (2,8): guitar; Dave Althen (4,8): congas, percussion,
  guitar; Nan Helm (1-5,7,9-14): percussion; Mike Gittleman: bass; Michael
  Pollack: drums; Fred Frith (15): guitar.

    2000 - SonicDust (USA), SDS-77773 (CD)

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382 - SURFERDELIC: Surfing USSR

    1/ Another Glass Of Wine			(trad.)			 3:37
    2/ Surfers Paradise				(trad.)			 4:04
    3/ Old Sher					(trad.)			 2:51
    4/ Rock Out					(trad.)			 3:28
    5/ Resurrection Of The Dead			(trad.)			 5:04
    6/ Gypsy Bulgar				(trad.)			 4:44
    7/ Boganville				(trad.)			 5:51
    8/ You Are What You Eat 			(Frith)			 1:47
    9/ Underage Disco				(trad.)			 4:29
    10/ Hora And Sirba				(trad.)			 4:39
    11/ 007 Medley 				(John Barry)		 4:57
    12/ Our Torah				(trad.)			 3:01
    13/ Knock Out				(trad.)			 2:23
    14/ Rumanian Drinking Song			(trad.)			 3:41
    15/ Boganville Coda				(trad.)			 2:10
    16/ Secret Agent Man			(P.F. Sloane, S. Barri)	 1:44

    Recorded at Nightshift Studio, Christchurch (New Zealand)

  Greg Malcolm: guitars; Marc Howe: bass; Matt Gibb: drums. 

    2001 - Proper Music (New Zealand), PROPER 2 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.
  Note: All tunes other than (8,11,16) are based on traditional klezmer melo-
  dies.

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383 - I DREAM OF YOU JUMPING: Fred Frith, Jean-Pierre Drouet, Louis Sclavis

    1/ There Are Great Stones, We Must Lift Them                        48:14
    2/ Will Remain Always                                                7:37

    Recorded live at the Victoriaville Festival, Victoriaville (Canada) on May
    21, 2000

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Jean-Pierre Drouet: percussion, objects, voice;
  Louis Sclavis: clarinet, bass clarinet, soprano.

    2001 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 072 (CD)

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384 - STATE OF THE UNION 2.001: various artists

  This 3xCD features Adriana Sa (1), Alfred Harth (2), Alan Licht (3), Allen
  Kaat (4), Alma Carey-Zuniga (5), Alvin Curran (6), Angela Babin/Lori Bingel
  (7), Annie Gosfield (8), Atau Tanaka (9), Becca Schack (10), Ben Boone/James
  Miley (11), Ben Rubin+Mark Hansen (12), Benjamin Chadabe (13), Black Sifichi
  (14), Blaise Siwula (15), Blake Hargreaves and Liam Thurston (16), Bob 
  Holman (17), Bruce Bennett (18), Carl Stone (19), C.D. (20), Charles K. 
  Noyes (21), Chop Shop (22), Chris Haskett (23), Chris Mann (24), Christian
  Marclay (25), Chris Rael (26), Chris Vine (27), Cook & Swenson (28), Dael 
  Orlandersmith (29), D'Divaz (30), Dafna Naphtali (31), Daniel Matej (32),
  Dave Soldier/Richard Lair (33), David First (34), David Fulton (35), David
  Gans (36), David Greenberger (37), David Taylor (38), David Watson (39), 
  Deaf Mute (41), Doug Henderson (42), Donald Knaack (43), Don Ritter (44),
  Dorgon (45), Duck Baker (46), Elio Martusciello (47), Emily XYZ/Virgil 
  Moorefield (48), Eric Mingus (49), Eric Rosenzveig (50), Eric Shanfield 
  (51), Eszter Balint (52), Eyeball 9000 (53), FemNoir (54), Figure (55), 
  Foetus (56), Frank Rothkamm (57), Fred Frith (58), Freight Elevator Quartet
  (59), GenKen Montgomery (60), Gert Jan Prins (61), Hans Tammen (62), Harriet
  Tubman (63), Harry Smith (64), Henry Kaiser (65), i.d. (66), Ikue Mori (67),
  Jack Womack (68), Jacob Burckhardt (69), Jad Fair (70), Jean Marc Montera 
  (71), Jeffrey Ford (72), Jenn Reeves (73), Joel Chadabe (74), Joey Baron 
  (75), John Duncan (76), John Hudak (77), Johnny Reinhard (78), Jonathan 
  Bepler (79), Jon Rose (80), Jorge Mancini/Andrea Fasani (81), Judy Nylon/
  Brian Foster (82), Kasper Toeplitz (83), Katie O'Looney (84), Kato Hideki
  (85), Kazuhisa Uchihashi (86), Keisuke Oki (87), Koji Asano (88), Lauren 
  Weinger (89), Leon Gruenbaum (90), Lloop (91), Lo Galluccio (92), Loren 
  Mazzacane Connors (93), Love Todd (94), Lost Satellites (95), Luca 
  Formentini (96), Luciano Margorani (97), Ligeti/Ritchford (98), Manu Sauvage
  (99), Marc Behrens (100), Marc C. (101), Marc Ribot (102), Marek Piacek 
  (103), Marianne Nowottny (104), Marie Goyette (105), Mark Dagley (106), Mark
  Howell/Tom Hamilton (107), Mark Trayle (108), Martha Mooke (109), Matt 
  Rogalsky (110), Matthew Shipp (111), Merry Fortune w/FAT (112), Merzbow 
  (113), Michael J. Schumacher (114), Mike Cooper/Max Nagl (115), Misha Feigin
  & Steve Good (116), Murat Nehmet-Nejat (117), Ned Rothenberg (118), Nicolas
  Collins (119), Nicolas Dias (120), Nicolas Mazet (121), Norman Yamada (122),
  blaat (123), Oblique (124), Office Products (125), Ori Kaplan/Geoff Mann
  (126), PAK (127), Particle Data Group (128), Pete Missing (129), Phill 
  Niblock (130), Phillip Johnston (131), Piero Chianura (132), Public Works 
  (133), QPE (134), Queen Esther (135), Raging Peasants (136), ReproRappers
  (137), Roberto Zorzi (138), Roger Kleier (139), Satoko Fuji (140), 
  Saturnalia (141), D.J. Spazecrafte One (142), Stefan Poetzsch (143), Stefano
  Bassanese (144), Stephen Pope (145), Stephen Vitiello (146), Steve 
  Dalachinsky (147), Steve Goldberger (148), Steve Piccolo (149), Tape Beatles
  (150), Ted Reichman (151), Telectu (152), The Fitzbergs (153), Thomas 
  Dimuzio (154), Tom Devaney (155), Tony Daniel (156), Toni Dove with Paul 
  Geluso (157), Tracie Morris (158), Ut Gret (159), Viv Corringham/Gareth 
  Williams (160), Vivian Sisters (161), Voice Crack (162), Wanda Phipps (163),
  WE (164), Wendy Atlas Oxenhor (165), White Out (166), Zammuto (167), Zeena
  Parkins (168), Z'ev (169), Zbigniew Karkowski (170), Zoot Horn Rollo (171).

    58/ Sunshine State                          (Fred Frith)             1:04

    2001 - Electronic Music Foundation (USA), EMF CD 028 (3xCD)

  Note: this 3xCD set is produced by Elliott Sharp.

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385 - ARS LONGA DENS BREVIS: Fred Frith, Toyozumi Yoshisaburo, Onnyk, John 
  Zorn

    1/ untitled                                                         35:54
    2/ untitled                                                         27:24
    3/ untitled                                                          8:25
    4/ untitled                                                          7:49

    (1,3) recorded live at Gallery "Gaiengu", Morioka (Iwate, Japan) on Decem-
    ber 13, 1987
    (2,4) recorded live at Gallery "Gaiengu", Morioka (Iwate, Japan) on April
    2, 1985

  Fred Frith (1,3): guitar; Onnyk (1,2): alto, soprano, keyboard, guitar;
  Yoshisaburo Toyozumi (1,2): drums, percussion; John Zorn (2,4): alto, bird-
  calls;
  
    2001 - Allelopathy (Japan), ALL-2 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 500 copies.

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386 - CLEARING: Fred Frith

    1/ White (for Andy Goldsworthy)             (Frith)                  9:28
    2/ Open Ocean                               (Frith)                  5:12
    3/ Chains                                   (Frith)                  2:00
    4/ The Bow Moon                             (Frith)                  4:00
    5/ Minimalism (for Tomoko Itani)            (Frith)                  5:07
    6/ Not With Love But With Fear              (Frith)                  6:03
    7/ Theatre                                  (Frith)                 10:09
    8/ Gaifu Kaisei (in memory of Akira Iijima) (Frith)                  2:50
    9/ Road Movie                               (Frith)                  2:12
    10/ This Earth Is A Flower                  (Frith)                  3:52
    11/ Blue (for Bill Frisell)                 (Frith)                  3:12

    (1-7,9,11) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Stuttgart in July 2000
    (8) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Stuttgart in January 1996
    (10) recorded live at the Konstrukcja w Procesie Festival VII, Bydgoszcz
    (Poland) in June 2000
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7605 (CD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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387 - GONGS AND BAMBOOS: Jose Maceda

    Pagsamba                                    (Maceda)
      1/ Kyrie                                                           7:55
      2/ Gloria                                                          6:41
      3/ Credo                                                           9:45
      4/ Sanctus                                                         2:18
      5/ Agnus                                                           3:26
    6/ Suling-Suling                            (Maceda)                21:50
    7/ Colors Without Rhythm                    (Maceda)                17:08

    (1-5) recorded live in the Circular Chapel "Parish Of The Holy Sacrifice",
    Quezon City (Philippines) on January 24, 1968
    (6) recorded at Mills College on October 22, 2000
    (7) recorded in the Philippines in 1999
    Produced by Chris Brown

  Jose Maceda (1-6): conductor; Mills Contemporary Ensemble (6); Fred Frith 
  (6): conductor; Steed Cowart (6): conductor; Philippine Philharmonic 
  Orchestra (7); Josefino (Chino) Toledo (7): conductor.
  
    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7067 (CD)

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388 - OASIS - MUSIC FROM MILLS 2001: various artists

  This record features Chris Brown (1), Fred Frith (2,5,7) , Pauline Oliveros
  (3), Maggi Payne (4), John Bischoff (6), Alvin Curran (8).

  Fred Frith plays on three tracks:

    2/ Sideshow: Prologue And Trio              (Frith)                  6:01
    5/ Sideshow: Duo                            (Frith)                  3:21
    7/ Sideshow: Epilogue                       (Frith)                  5:54

    Recorded at Guerilla, Oakland (California) in February 2001

 Carla Kihlstedt: violin; Fred Giuliani: samples; Fred Frith: guitar, percus-
  sion.

    2001 - Mills College, Music Department (USA), CD004  8 08081 00042 7 (CD)

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389 - BURDOCKS: Christian Wolff

    1/ Burdocks                                 (Wolff)                 23:22
    2/ Tuba Song                                (Wolff)                 11:44
    Trio III                                    (Wolff)
      3/ Movement 1                                                     11:30
      4/ Movement 2                                                      1:56
      5/ Movement 3                                                      4:43
      6/ Movement 4                                                      2:00

    (1) recorded at Theater Artaud, San Francisco on March 17, 2000
    (2) recorded at Mills College, Oakland (USA) on February 15, 2001
    (3-6) recorded at The Studio, Boston on September 26, 2000
    Produced by William Winant

  Fred Frith (1): guitar; Joan Jeanrenaud (1): cello; Miya Masaoka (1): koto,
  electronics; Gordon Mumma (1): French horn, trumpet; Bob Ostertag (1): 
  sampler; William Winant (1,3): percussion; Christian Wolff (1): melodica, 
  piano; Peter Wahrhaftig (2): tuba; Stephen Drury (3): piano; Jennifer Choi 
  (3): violin.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7071 (CD)

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390 - MELTDOWN: Massacre

   1/                                                                   20:37
     1a/ Up For It                              (FF,BL,CH)
     1b/ Song For Che                           (Charlie Haden)
     1c/ Closing Circles And Loose End          (FF,BL,CH)
   2/ Hover                                     (FF,BL,CH)               3:48
    3/ For Food And Scatter                     (FF,BL,CH)              10:25
    4/ Figure Out                               (FF,BL,CH)              25:23
    5/ The Empire Strikes Back                  (FF,BL,CH)               2:06
    6/ Over                                     (FF,BL,CH)               5:14

    Recorded live during the Robert Wyatt's Meltdown Festival, Queen Elizabeth
    Hall, London on June 17, 2001

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Bill Laswell: electric bass; Charles Hayward:
  drums, voice, melodica.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7606 (CD)

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391 - DELICATE FURIES - A COLLECTION OF GUITAR-ORIENTED PERFORMANCES: various
  artists

  This record features Leo Didkovsky (1), Chuck Brown (2), Don Campau (3),
  Clang Quartet (4), Wade Coldwater (5), Al Destructo (6), Ernesto Diaz-
  Infante (7), Nick Didkovsky (8), Fred Frith (9), Fred Hall (10), Funkmeister
  G (11), Bret Hart (12), Ben Horrendous (13), Bob Jordan (14), Phil Kellogg
  (15), Mark Kissinger (16), Tragic Bunny (17), John Morgan (18), Remora (19),
  Things Outside The Skin (20), Ken 42R (21).

  Fred Frith plays solo on one track:

    9/ Yui's Workout                            (Frith)                  3:52

    Recorded at Jankowski Studio in August 2000

  Fred Frith: guitar.

    2001 - InstrumenTales / homemademusic.com (USA), no number (CD)

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392 - JAZZ FUNK: various artists

  This record features Manu Dibango (1), Material (2,7,10), Golden Palominos
  (3,9,12), Ginger Baker (4), Toure Kunda (5), Manu Dibango (6,11), Mandingo
  featuring Foday Musa Suso (8).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with The Golden Palominos:

    12/ Two Sided Fist                          (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)

    2001 - Jazz & Tzaz (Greece), Issue 101-102 (CD+magazine?)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (12).

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393 - SUPERBOOM: various artists

  This record features Interference Sardines (1), Chantal Dumas (2), Claude
  St-Jean (3), Martin Meilleur (4), Bernard Falaise/Normand Guilbeault/Robert
  Marcel Lepage (5), Mirko Sabatini (6), Geneviève Letarte (7), Fred Frith
  Guitar Quartet (8), René Lussier/Martin Tétreault (9), Michel Ratte (10),
  Michel F. Côté (11), Fanfare Pourpour (12), Jean Derome (13), André Duchesne
  (14), Joëlle Léandre/Danielle Palardy Roger (15), Martin Tétreault/Yoshihide
  Otomo (16), Jean Derome/Pierre Tanguay (17), Diane Labrosse/Martin Tétreault
  (18), Jocelyn Robert (19), Bernard Falaise (20), John Oswald (21), Normand 
  Guilbeault (22), Joane Hétu (23), René Lussier (24), Robert Marcel Lepage 
  (25), Arthur Bull/Daniel Heïkalo (26), Nathalie Derome (27), Pierre-André 
  Arcand (28), Paul Dutton (29), Michael Snow (30), Rouge Ciel (31), Papa Boa 
  (32), Eltractor (33).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Fred Frith Guitar Quartet:

    8/ Spitty Boy                               (F.F. Guitar Quartet)    0:49

    2001 - Dame (Canada), DAME 2001 (CD)

  See UPBEAT (1999) for further references on (8).

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394 - MAY I NOW: Alvin Curran

    1/ Toto Angelica                            (Curran)                 6:41
    2/ Tuning                                   (Curran)                 3:36
    3/ I Do Not - Poem                          (Michael Palmer)         4:54
    4/ Isteria                                  (Curran)                 2:09
    5/ I Do Not                                 (Michael Palmer)         2:34
    6/ Hoedown                                  (Curran)                 5:06
    7/ Unisono Grosso                           (Curran)                 4:56
    8/ Stretch Major                            (Curran)                 1:12
    9/ Era Ota/Sink                             (Curran)                 4:42
    10/ Walkin Base                             (Curran)                 1:30
    11/ Loose Knit                              (Curran)                 6:37
    12/ MJ3                                     (Curran)                 2:49
    13/ Folk U                                  (Curran)                 5:22
    14/ Era Ora x3                              (Curran)                 3:40
    15/ Chorale Finale                          (Curran)                 6:37

  Fred Frith: guitar; Joan Jeanrenaud: cello; William Winant: bass marimba;
  Alvin Curran: piano, electronics; Michael Palmer (3,5): voice.

    2001 - no label (USA), no number (CD)

  Note: composed for and released by the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company in a
  limited edition.

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395 - ST. LOUIS BLUES: Aki Takase

    1/ St. Louis Blues                          (W.C. Handy)             3:56
    2/ Way Down South Where The Blues Began     (W.C. Handy)             8.15
    3/ Mobilat                                  (Rudi Mahall)            2:44
    4/ Morning Star                             (W.C. Handy)             4:13
    5/ Eine Drehorgel Aus Dem 21. Jahrhundert   (Aki Takase)             7:29
    6/ Lulu                                     (Harry Warren)           2:06
    7/ Wer Kommt Mehr Vom Blues                 (Rudi Mahall)            2:32
    8/ St. Louis Blues                          (W.C. Handy)             4:54
    9/ Nur Da Wo Du Bist Da Ist Nichts          (Aki Takase)             4:15
    10/ Memphis Blues                           (W.C. Handy)             2:37
    11/ Jazz Ain't What It Used To Be           (Nils Wogram)            4:07
    12/ Yellow Dog Blues                        (W.C. Handy)             4:08

    Recorded at Studio Vagnnson on July 29-31, 2001
    Produced by Werner Aldinger

  Aki Takase: piano; Rudi Mahall: bass clarinet; Fred Frith: guitar; Nils 
  Wogram: trombone; Paul Lovens: drums.

    2001 - Enja (Germany), CD 9130-2 (CD)

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396 - RAUMSCHIFF TITANIC: Douglas Adams, Terry Jones

  Disc 1:
    1/ Wie Alles Anfing                                                  4:27
    2/ Wo Ist Leovinus ?                                                 8:04
    3/ Wilkommen An Bord!                                                5:22
    4/ Gefangen In Der Super Galactic Traveller Class                    4:20
    5/ Eddewas Villeikt Nix In Ordnunk                                   5:50
    6/ Wie Zwei Schnorke In Einen Eimer Voll Schnorktrunk                5:33
    7/ Es Stürtzte Das Madel Ihm Auf Den Schadel                         4:54
    8/ Ein Simpler Übersetzungsfehler                                    4:03
    9/ Nettie In Falten                                                  3:34
    10/ Das Leben So Kurz ...                                            5:36
  Disc 2:
    11/ Dans Idee Hinter Den Sternen                                     7:21
    12/ Blöde Bombe                                                      3:41
    13/ Zwei Herzen Im Vier-Drittel-Takt                                 5:14
    14/ Wie Kapitän Bollfass Seine SmurV-Wumme Zog - Oder Hirnholz Mit
        Verzpaften Oberfräsen                                            3:45
    15/ Sapfeldrahftschau, Dutterpratt, Harzimhulz, Dunsenbrat,
        Katzitinker-Rigitipil, Hummelzipp, Imrisenbimpf, Polk,
        Dumpfsotter-kattelbrutt Und All Die Anderen                      2:11
    16/ Sauber Verkantet, Nettie!                                        2:34
    17/ Wie Man Mit Einem HORN Einen SCHNORK So Zerstuckelt, Dass Man Am
        Ende, ZAK, Zehnmal Die Antwort Auf Das Leben Das Universum, Auf
        Alles, Eben Auf Die Letzte Aller Fragen Bekommt                  4:30
    18/ Im Norden Der Hoffnung - Abshnitt Krethi-Plethi                  7:29
    19/ Traurige Krüstchen                                               8:10
    20/ Büffelburz!! Büffelbüüüüüüüürz!!!!                               3:56
    21/ Mindestens Drei Dormillion-Tage                                  4:14
    22/ Warum Der Navigationsoffizier Gezwungen War, Mit Den Kopf 
        Mehrere Minuten Lang Gegen Ein Schadhaftes Abflussrohr Zu 
        Bummern                                                          3:36
    23/ Buruschaski Oder Kauderwelsch                                    5:41
    24/ Nigel Hilft Weiter                                               8:25
    25/ Bombe Entschärft Und Frisch Lackiert!                            8:10

    Recorded in 1999 (?)

  Christoph Lüdke: voice; Martin Seifert: voice; Frank Stöckle: voice; Nina
  Weniger: voice; Frauke Poolman: voice; Samuel Weiss: voice; Jens Wawrczeck:
  voice; Hannes Fischer: voice; Hans Diehl: voice; Charles Wirths: voice; Gert
  Andresen: voice; Michael Habeck: voice; Ernst August Schepmann: voice; 
  Heinrich Giskes: voice; Hubertus Gertzen: voice; Susie Müller: voice; 
  Christiane Bachschmidt: voice; Gerlach Fiedler: voice; Christine Davis: 
  voice; Nele Woydt: voice; Fred Frith: music, instruments, voice; Bernd 
  "Lömsch" Lehmann: saxophone, clarinet; Nils Wolgram: trombone.

    2001 (2002?) - Der Audio Verlag/SWR (Germany), 9 783898 130035 (2xCD)
    2009 - Der Audio Verlag (Germany), 978-3-89813-838-3 (7xCD)

  Note: the 7xCD set is called:

	ZU DEN STERNEN! - DIE GROSSE SCIENCE-FICTION-BOX

  and features other artists.

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397 - NANCY 75: Utopic Sporadic Orchestra

    1/ De Futura (Rehearsal)                    (Jannick Top)           23:42
    2/ De Futura                                (Jannick Top)           26:14
    3/ La Musique Des Spheres/Part              (Jannick Top)           10:01
    4/ KMX E XII opus 3                         (Jannick Top)            8:01
    5/ KMX E XII opus 3                         (Jannick Top)            6:35

    (1) recorded at Nancy, France on October 16, 1975
    (2) recorded live at Nancy Jazz Pulsations, France on October 17, 1975
    (3) recorded live at Paris, France on October 31, 1976
    (4) recorded live in Holland in 1974
    (5) recorded live at Bremen, Germany on February 6, 1974

  Jannick Top: bass, vocals; Jean Schultes (1,2): drums; Christian Vander:
  drums; Kris Stanislopoulos (1,2): percussion; Jean-Pierre Sabartet (1,2):
  piano; Gerard Bikialo (1,2,4,5): electronic keyboards; Philippe Briche (1,
  2): keyboards; Sauveur Malia (1,2): fretcello; Denis Lable (1,2): guitar;
  Josselin Piccende (1,2): guitar; Georges Gasky (1,2): synthesizer; Didier
  Lockwood (1,2): violin; Michel Ripoche (1,2): violin; Frederique Deguenbach
  (1,2): vocals; Stella Vander (1,2): vocals; Martine Toureil (1,2): vocals;
  Mohamed Larbi Ouchni (1,2): Tunisian violin; Herve Derien (1,2): cello;
  Lindsay Cooper (1?): bassoon; Fred Frith (1?): guitar; Tim Hodgkinson (1?);
  Claude Olmos (4,5): guitar; Michel Graillier (3): keyboards.

    2001 - Utopic Records (France), EX 6246 (CD)
    2001 - Utopic Records (France), UR 01003 (CD)
    ???? - Utopic Records (France), ??? (LP)

  Note: although not credited on the record, we assume that Lindsay Cooper,
  Fred Frith, and Tim Hodgkinson appear on (1).
  Note: the LP pressing was never released.

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398 - FREEDOM IN FRAGMENTS: Fred Frith

    1/ Freedom Is Your Friends/Some Assembly Required
                                                (Frith)                  3:42
    2/ Advertising                              (Frith)                  0:17
    3/ Song And Dance                           (Frith)                  4:05
    4/ Void Where Prohibited/The Up And Up      (Frith)                  4:50
    5/ Boyan's Problem                          (Frith)                  3:26
    6/ Ikue's Song                              (Frith)                  1:00
    7/ T Square Park Lark                       (Frith)                  9:15
    8/ Significant Restrictions Apply           (Frith)                  1:17
    9/ Hey René                                 (Frith)                  0:17
    10/ Chained To The Skyway                   (Frith)                  5:51
    11/ Batteries Not Included/Nostalgia        (Frith)                  3:16
    12/ Water Under The Bridge                  (Frith)                  5:05
    13/ Freedom Is Your Friends II              (Frith)                  6:00

    Recorded at Mr. Toad's, San Francisco in February 1999-January 2000

  Rova Saxophone Quartet: Bruce Ackley (soprano), Steve Adams (alto), Jon
  Raskin (baritone saxophone), Larry Ochs (tenor, sopranino).

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7076 (CD)

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399 - DIGITAL WILDLIFE: Fred Frith & Maybe Monday

    1/ Digital Wildlife                                                 12:11
    2/ Image In And Atom                                                 9:55
    3/ The Prisoners' Dilemma                                           14:30
    4/ Touch I Risk                                                      7:23
    5/ Close To Home                                                     4:58

    Recorded live at Guerilla Euphorics, Oakland first week of May, 2001
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Miya Masaoka: koto, electronics; Larry Ochs:
  sopranino, tenor; Joan Jeanrenaud: cello.

    2002 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 071-2 (CD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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400 - ACCIDENTAL (MUSIC FOR DANCE VOLUME 3): Fred Frith

    1/ The Tangled Bank                         (Frith)                  3:40
    2/ Hit And Run                              (Frith)                  2:57
    3/ Gatto Nero                               (Frith)                  1:33
    4/ Old Geometry                             (Frith)                  2:24
    5/ Their Blood Is Black And Yellow          (Frith)                  4:33
    6/ In A Heartbeat                           (Frith)                  1:15
    7/ Fooled Again                             (Frith)                  5:04
    8/ Accidental                               (Frith)                  3:27
    9/ Absinthe Memories (For Phil Minton)      (Frith)                  3:00
    10/ Incoming                                (Frith)                  6:20
    11/ Almighty Home At Last                   (Frith)                  5:12

    Recorded at Studio Jankowski, Stuttgart in December 1995 & January 1996

  Fred Frith: all instruments and voices.

    2002 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRA 01 (CD)

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401 - WHISPERINGS: Michel Wintsch, Fred Frith, Franziska Baumann, Bernard
  Trontin

    1/ Sleeping In A Dream                                               5:45
    2/ Lunatic Fringe                                                    8:13
    3/ Candles Ahead                                                     1:30
    4/ Reversed Bridges                                                  8:08
    5/ Sirènes                                                           1:29
    6/ Cure's Omelette                                                   6:10
    7/ Operatic Tchaess                                                  1:46
    8/ Purple Line                                                       7:51
    9/ Curious Grass                                                     1:45
    10/ Nice Giant                                                       3:57
    11/ Two Stars (Instead Of One)                                       5:58

    Recorded at Rote Fabrik, Zürich (Switzerland) in December 1999
    Produced by Michel Wintsch

  Franziska Baumann: voice, flute, electronics; Michel Wintsch: piano, elec-
  tronics, samples, keyboards; Fred Frith: guitars; Bernard Trontin: drums,
  percussion.

    2002 - RecRec (Switzerland) RecDec75 (CD)

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402 - SUN: Attwenger

    1/ Muamen                                   (Binder, Falkner)        4:37
    2/ Kalender                                 (Binder)                 3:26
    3/ Sie Dan                                  (Binder, Falkner)        3:58
    4/ Laara Disch                              (Binder, Falkner)        6:50
    5/ Deng                                     (Falkner)                0:52
    6/ Kaklakariada                             (Binder, Falkner)        3:01
    7/ Gedscho                                  (Binder)                 2:31
    8/ Sun                                      (Binder, Falkner)        6:39
    9/ Huad                                     (Lajko Felix)            3:49
    10/ Rehn1                                   (Binder, Falkner)        5:42
    11/ Rehn2                                   (Couch, Falkner)         2:43
    12/ Tapetn                                  (Binder)                 1:43
    13/ Mei Bua                                 (Binder, Falkner)       10:51
    14/ Islamabad Airport                       (Binder, Falkner)        3:37
    15/ Flug                                    (Binder)                 3:52

    (1,4-6,8,10,11 and voice re-recording on 9) recorded at Uphon-Studio,
    Weiheim
    (2,7,12,15) recorded at Room 28, Linz
    (3,9) recorded live at Brucknerhaus, Linz on June 9, 2001
    (13) recorded live at Alte Werft Kornenburg, Austria on June 24, 2001
    (14) recorded at Islamabad Airport, pakistan on March 16, 2001
    Produced by Markus Binder

  Markus Binder (1-4,6-15): drums, percussion, sampler, electronics, vocals;
  Hans-Peter Falkner (1,3-6,8-10,13-15): accordion, vocals; Boban Markovic
  Orkestar (3,9): Boban Markovic (trumpet), Jovican Ajdarevic (trumpet),
  Srdjan Spasic (trumpet), Dragoljub Eminovic (flugelhorn), Selistar Eminovic
  (flugelhorn), Ajdinovic Asim (flugelhorn), Srdjan Eminovic (flugelhorn),
  Sasa Alisanovic (bass horn), Noncilo Krstic (saxophone), Srboljub Mirkovic
  (spinning drum), Asmet Eminovic (drums); Couch (11): Michael Heirath (bass),
  Stefanie Thaler (keyboards), Thomas Geltinger (drums), Jurgen Soder (gui-
  tar); Catriona Shaw (11): voice; Fred Frith (13): guitar.

    2002 - Trikont (Germany), US-0297 (CD)
    2002 - Trikont (Germany), ??? (2xLP)

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403 - 156 STRINGS - NINETEEN TOTALLY ORIGINAL ACOUSTIC GUITARISTS: various
  artists

  This record, curated by Henry Kaiser, features Gyan Riley (1), Michael
  Gulezian (2), Raoul Bjorkenheim (3), Richard Thompson (4), Fred Frith (5),
  U Tin (6), Peter Lang (7), Henry Kaiser (8), Jean-Paul Bourelly (9), Janet
  Feder (10), Richard Leo Johnson (11), Duck Baker (12), Rod Poole (13), Mike
  Keneally (14), Nels Cline (15), Scott McGill (16), Miroslav Tadic (17),
  Shawn Persinger is Prester John (18), Stefan Basho Junghans (19).

    5/ Access                                   (Fred Frith)             4:29

    2002 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 163 (CD)

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404 - LIVE VOLUME ONE: KNITTING FACTORY 1989: Naked City 

    1/ Batman                                   (Zorn)                   2:07
    2/ Latin Quarter                            (Zorn)                   4:06
    3/ You Will Be Shot                         (Zorn)                   1:24
    4/ Shot In The Dark                         (Henry Mancini)          3:32
    5/ Skate Key                                (Zorn)                   1:06
    6/ Erotico                                  (Ennio Morricone)        5:24
    7/ Snagglepuss                              (Zorn)                   2:09
    8/ I Want To Live                           (Johnny Mandel)          1:58
    9/ New York Flattop Box                     (Zorn)                   0:44
    10/ Inside Straight                         (Zorn)                   8:13
    11/ Chinatown                               (Jerry Goldsmith)        6:04
    12/ Igneous Ejaculation                     (Zorn)                   0:22
    13/ Ujaku                                   (Zorn)                   0:31
    14/ Blood Duster                            (Zorn)                   0:17
    15/ Hammerhead                              (Zorn)                   0:12
    16/ Speedball                               (Zorn)                   0:44
    17/ Obeah Man                               (Zorn)                   0:19
    18/ Den of Sins                             (Zorn)                   1:19
    19/ Demon Sanctuary                         (Zorn)                   0:56
    20/ The Way I Feel                          (John Patton)           10:37

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory in 1989
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith: 
  bass; Joey Baron: drums. 

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7336 (CD)

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405 - PETTING ZOO: The Residents

    1/ Betty's Body                             (The Residents)          3:28
    2/ Wolverines                               (The Residents)          2:56
    3/ Kick A Picnic                            (The Residents)          2:25
    4/ God's Magic Finger Road                  (The Residents)          3:20
    5/ Hanging By His Hair Road                 (The Residents)          3:28
    6/ Fire Fall                                (The Residents)          3:35
    7/ How To Get A Head (edit)                 (The Residents)          3:14
    8/ The Aging Musician (edit)                (The Residents)          2:51   
    9/ The Sour                                 (The Residents)          2:43
    10/ Jello Jack (edit)                       (The Residents)          2:14
    11/ Harry The Head                          (The Residents)          2:56
    12/ Safety Is A Cootie Wootie (edit)        (The Residents)          3:52
    13/ Boy In Love                             (The Residents)          2:54
    14/ Would We Be Alive? (edit)               (The Residents)          3:59
    15/ Moisture                                (The Residents)          1:00
    16/ Hello Skinny                            (The Residents)          2:39
    17/ Constantinople                          (The Residents)          2:23
    18/ God Song                                (The Residents)          3:42
    19/ Smelly Tongues                          (The Residents)          1:44
    20/ Icky Flix Theme                         (The Residents)          0:56

  The Residents; Molly Harvey; ODDO; Toby Dammit; Carla Fabrizio; Laurie Amat;
  Wool; Snakefinger; Chris Cutler (15); Fred Frith (15); Diana Alden; Todd
  Rundgren.

    2002 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 81662 (CD)
    2002 - Euro Ralph (Germany), CD 026 (CD)
    2002 - Bomba (Japan), BOM 9501 (CD)
    2002 - Ars Nova (Russia), ??? (CD)

  See COMMERCIAL ALBUM (1980) for further refences on (15).

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406 - DEARNESS: Fred Frith, Anne Bourne, John Oswald

    1/ A Walk Is An Adventure                   (Bourne, Frith, Oswald) 38:40
    2/ Three Hundred Ears And An Ocean          (Bourne, Frith, Oswald)  2:00
    3/ Lower Flower                             (Bourne, Frith, Oswald)  5:11

    Recorded live at The Rivoli, Toronto in August 1998

  Fred Frith: guitar, voice; Anne Bourne, cello, voice; John Oswald, alto,
  voice.

    2002 - Spool (Canada), SPL116 (LINE 16) (CD)

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407 - RUN PONY RUN: AN ESSENTIAL COLLECTION: The Golden Palominos

    1/ Boy (Go)                                 (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    5:27
    2/ Omaha                                    (Skip Spence)            3:08
    3/ The Animal Speaks                        (Robert Kidney)          4:04
    4/ (Kind Of) True                           (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:44
    5/ Only One Party                           (Fier, Harris, Lindsay)  4:29
    6/ Wild River                               (Robert Kidney)          4:35
    7/ Shattered Image                          (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 5:23
    8/ Darklands                                (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:45
    9/ Over                                     (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 7:35
    10/ I've Been The One                       (Lowell George)          3:16
    11/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder      (Fier, Harris, Blegvad)  5:15
    12/ Faithless Heart                         (Fier, Harris, Dixon)    4:04
    13/ Brides Of Jesus                         (Payne, George)          3:27
    14/ Clean Plate                             (Fier, Lindsay)          6:26
    15/ Under The Cap                           (Fier, Lindsay)          5:32

    2002 - Fuel 2000 (USA), 302 061 205 2 (CD)

  See VISIONS OF EXCESS (1985) for further references on (1-5), A DEAD HORSE 
  (1989) for (6-9), BLAST OF SILENCE (1986) for (10-13), and THE GOLDEN 
  PALOMINOS (1983) on (14,15).                       

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408 - AN INTRODUCTION TO CUNEIFORM RECORDS: various artists

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Curlew:

    15/ Oklahoma                                (Cartwright, Cora)       3:50

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

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

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

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409 - MONO::POLY: Thomas Dimuzio

  The first CD (MONO::) features pieces of Thomas Dimuzio solo, the second one
  (::POLY) features collaborations with Zipperspy (13), Anna Homler (14),
  Solid Eye (15), Chris Cutler & Fred Frith (16), Scot Jenerik (17), Illusion
  Of Safety (18), Scott Arford (19), Nick Didkovsky (20), Wobbly Yasuhiro
  Otani (21), The Jet Black Hair People (22), DJ Qbert (23), Atau Tanaka (24),
  Kadet Kuhne (25).

  Disc 1: MONO::
    1/ Wince Meet                                                        3:02
    2/ Cold Fusion Off Broadway                                          4:12
    3/ Applebutter Grove                                                 5:15
    4/ Sone Sewn Blue                                                    5:03
    5/ Divide By Zero                                                    5:43
    6/ Within The Box                                                    4:42
    7/ Baste                                                             2:26
    8/ Anti-Body                                                         5:36
    9/ Conveyor                                                          6:40
    10/ Minutia Of Method                                                6:09
    11/ Rubberburn                                                       1:48
    12/ Nocturne                                                         4:42
  Disc 2: ::POLY
    13/ Columbia                                                         5:00
    14/ Sidereal Rust                                                    3:50
    15/ Tiny Little Hydrants                                             2:50
    16/ Summer Valley                                                    4:41
    17/ Permafrost                                                       4:31
    18/ Undefined, Unresolved & Ill-Equipped                             8:26
    19/ Edison                                                           3:37
    20/ 1 Birth In The Hand & A 100 On The Fly                           4:42
    21/ I Have Your Problem                                              3:48
    22/ The Blunt End Is Used                                            3:18
    23/ Revenge Of Toad Brain                                            3:18
    24/ Misguided                                                        2:40
    25/ Immediatism (Coda)                                               4:50

    (1) recorded at Norcal Noisefest, Sacramento on September 22, 2000
    (2) recorded at The Knitting Factory, New York on March 21, 2001
    (3) recorded at Big Sur Experimental Music Festival, Big Sur, CA on May
    20, 2000
    (4) recorded at San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, San Francisco on
    May 3, 2001
    (5) recorded at Komotion, San Francisco on February 22, 1998
    (6) recorded at Portlite, Oakland on February 24, 2000
    (7) recorded at Monterey Pop Festival, Monterey, CA on May 11, 1997
    (8) recorded at Anti-Matter, The Luggage Store, San Francisco on January
    25, 2001
    (9) recorded at KPFA-FM, Berkeley on September 13, 1998
    (10) recorded at Sandcrawler, Oakland on May 15, 1999
    (11) recorded at Tonic, New York on March 25, 2001
    (12) recorded at CWU, Santa Cruz, CA on August 6, 1999
    (13) recorded at Stork Club, Oakland on November 20, 1999
    (14) recorded at SFSU, San Francisco on February 16, 2001
    (15) recorded at The Luggage Store, San Francisco on December 16, 1999
    (16) recorded at Knitting Factory, Hollywood on November 19, 2000
    (17) recorded at KZSU-FM, Palo Alto, CA on May 13, 2000
    (18) recorded at KFJC-FM, Los Altos Hills, CA on July 20, 2000
    (19) recorded at WKCR-FM, New York on March 23, 2001
    (20) recorded at Harvestworks, New York on May 20, 1997
    (21) recorded at KFJC-FM, Los Altos Hills, CA on February 25, 2001
    (22) recorded at Justice League, San Francisco on September 16, 1999
    (23) recorded at New Dungeon Of Death, San Francisco on February 27, 1997
    (24) recorded at 7Hz, San Francisco on March 11, 2001
    (25) recorded at The Luggage Store, San Francisco on February 28, 2002

  Thomas Dimuzio: samplers, processors, CD player, feedback, mixer; Maria
  Moran (13): CD players, processors; Anna Homler (14): voice, toys; Joseph
  Hammer (15): tape loops, CD player; Rick Potts (15): hinge-neck guitar,
  synthesizer, saw, objects; Chris Cutler (16): electrified drums, objects,
  processors; Fred Frith (16): guitar, objects, processors; Scot Jenerik (17):
  sound panels, processors; Dan Burke (18): tape, processors, objects; Scott
  Arford (19): laptop; Nick Didkovsky (20): electric guitar, processors;
  Yasuhiro Otani (21): laptop; Jon Leidecker (22): samplers, processors,
  keyboard; Peter Conheim (22): film projector, minidisc, processors; DJ Qbert
  (23): turntables, mixer; Atau Tanaka (24): biomuse, sampler; Kadet Kuhne
  (25): sampler, synthesizers, laptop.

    2002 - Gench Music/Asphodel (USA), GENCH 1001 (2xCD)

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410 - PRINTS - SNAPSHOTS, POSTCARDS, MESSAGES AND MINIATURES 1978-2001: Fred
  Frith

    1/ Trains & Boats & Planes                  (Bacharach, David)       5:07
    2/ Stones                                   (Frith)                  2:02
    3/ Fingerprints                             (Frith)                  3:50
    4/ Life Of A Detective                      (Frith, Brookings)       3:13
    5/ The Ballad Of Melody Nelson              (Gainsbourg)             2:01
    6/ Trocosi                                  (Frith)                  4:36
    7/ Reduce Me                                (Frith)                  5:48
    8/ Levity                                   (Frith)                  2:36
    9/ True Love                                (Frith)                  2:56
    10/ I Want It To Be Over                    (Frith)                  3:01
    11/ Spot                                    (Frith)                  4:38
    12/ In The Winter Of '64                    (Frith)                  1:48

    (1) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Esslingen in 1996
    (2,3,6,8,10,12) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Esslingen in January 1997
    (4) recorded at Triple Helix, Denver (USA) in 1990
    (5) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Esslingen in 1997
    (7) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Esslingen in 2001
    (9) recorded at Noise, New York in 1987
    (11) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Esslingen in July 2001

  Fred Frith: instruments, voice; Bernd "Lonsch" Lehmann (2,3): clarinet,
  tenor; Mike Johnson (4): principal voice; Dave Kerman (4): back-up voice;
  Sebastian Gramms (6): acoustic bass; Alexandra Schulz (7): additional voice;
  Sheena Dupuis (9): backing vocal.

    2002 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRA 02 (CD)
 
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411 - ALL IS BRIGHT, BUT IT IS NOT DAY: Fred Frith, Jean Derome, Pierre
  Tanguay, Myles Boisen

    1/ Heads Up                                                          8:05
    2/ Pachinko                                                          1:27
    3/ Landscape With Fire                                              10:41
    4/ Ornettology                                                       1:38
    5/ Where Your Children Are                                           9:18
    6/ Canadian Psycho                                                   7:09
    7/ Cutting To The Chase                                             14:58
    8/ Elégie Electrique                                                 7:48

    Recorded live to 2-track at Guerrilla Recordings, Oakland on February 18,
    2001
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: electric guitar, treatments, voice; Jean Derome: flutes, alto,
  ocarinas, harmonica, game calls, finger percusion, jaw's harp, megaphone,
  voice; Pierre Tanguay: drums, objects, harmonica, jaw's harp, voice; Myles
  Boisen: engineer, real-time sound manipulation.

    2002 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 106 CD (CD)

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412 - IMPROVISED MUSIC FROM JAPAN 2002-2003: various artists

  The companion CD to this magazine features Toshimaru Nakamura (1), m-7 (2),
  Masahiko Okura, Masafumi Ezaki and Taku Unami (3), Haco/View Masters (4),
  Tetuzi Akiyama (5), Yoshio Machida (6), Radu Malfatti and Taku Sugimoto (7).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with m-7:

    2/ 7-5                                      (Brett Larner)           7:07

    Recorded at CCM Studio, Mills College, Oakland (USA)

  Fred Frith: steel-string acoustic guitar; Anne Hege: steel-string acoustic
  guitar; Brett Larner: steel-string acoustic guitar; Andy Nathan: steel-
  string acoustic guitar; Jonathan Segel: steel-string acoustic guitar; John
  Shiurba: steel-string acoustic guitar; Matthew Sperry: steel-string acoustic
  guitar.

    2002 - Improvised Music From Japan (Japan), IMJ 301 (magazine+CD)

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413 - MEET ME AT CLUB2 - A BENEFIT FAREWELL: various artists

  This record features Carlo Fashion (1), Merricks (2), Mr. Quintron (3),
  Fingerpoke (4), Michael Hurley (5,30), Eleni Mandell (6,33), Lambchop (7),
  Lali Puna (8), Schneck (9), Funny Van Dannen (10), Jeb Loy Nichols (11),
  Attwenger and Fred Frith (12), Mambo Kurt (13), Granfaloon Bus (14,29), Red
  (15), Schade Schokolade (16), Friends Of Dean Martinez (17), Notwist (18),
  Mucus 2 (19), Missouri (20), Superpunk (21), Handsome Family (22), Mice 
  Parade (23), The Great Crusades (24), Swearing At Motorists (25), Die 
  Goldene Zitronen (26), The Three Shades Of Blues (27), Checksum (28), 
  Nedangin (31), Ether Frolics (32), Dr. Frank (34), Sons Of Jim Wayne (35).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Attwenger:

    12/ ... Baby 0ne More Time                  (Max Martin)             4:55

    Recorded live at Alte Werft, Korneuburg on June 24, 2001.

  Markus Binder: drums, vocals; Hans-Peter Falkner: accordion, vocals; Fred
  Frith: guitar.

    2002 - Club 2 (Germany), no number (2xCD)

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414 - JELLY DONUTS: Kevin Blechdom

    1/ Jelly Donuts
    2/ I Done Usin' U's And Bees

  Kevin Blechdom (aka Kristin Erickson); Adult Rodeo (1): Rob Erickson,
  Stephanie Mankins; Fred Frith (2); Eli Crews (2).

    2002 - Four States Fair Records Co. (USA), FSF002 (7")

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415 - YOUR BUTT: Kevin Blechdom

    1/ Speeding Up                                                       3:36
    2/ Binaca                                                            1:57
    3/ I Am Nastay                                                       6:19
    4/ Panning Shortey                                                   0:48
    5/ I Done Usin' U's And Bees                                         3:09
    6/ Da Barbershop                                                     2:08
    7/ Boob-a-q                                                          3:18
    8/ Slowing Down                                                      3:51

    (3) produced by Wobbly

  Kevin Blechdom (aka Kristin Erickson); Fred Frith (5); Eli Crews (5); Blevin 
  Blectum (7); Dan Griffin (7).

    2002 - Dudini (USA), DUDINI 01EP (CD-5)

  Note: (5) was previously released on JELLY DONUTS (2002).

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416 - GENERATION NEW YORK - THE ORIGINAL US PUNKS: various artists

  This record features The Velvet Underground (1), Richard Hell & The Voidoids
  (2), The Ramones (3), The Stooges (4), Television (5), MC5 (6), Johnny
  Thunders (7), John Cale (8), Nico (9), Dead Boys (10), The Dictators (11),
  Tuff Darts (12), Paley Brothers (13), Devo (14), John Zorn & Naked City
  (15), Tom Verlaine (16), Laurie Anderson (17), Lou Reed (18).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with John Zorn & Naked City:

    15/ Punk China Doll                         (John Zorn)

    Compilation produced by Makoto Nakamura

    2002 - WSW/WEA (Japan), WPCR-11328 (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (15).

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417 - SUPERSTITION: Frith Fred, Kazuhisa Uchihashi

    1/ [untitled]                               (Frith, Uchihashi)      20:21

    Recorded live from the decks of the ARTSHIP in Oakland (USA) on October
    20, 2002

  Fred Frith: guitars; Kazuhisa Uchihashi: guitars.

    2002 - Artship Recordings (USA), Disc 51 (CD-3)

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418 - DALABA FRITH GLICK RIEMAN KIHLSTEDT: Leslie Dalaba, Fred Frith, Eric
  Glick Rieman, Carla Kihlstedt

    1/ How Light, A Potato Chip                                          2:17
    2/ The Distance That Separates Dreams                                2:44
    3/ Spicule Maneuver                                                  4:07
    4/ Worm Anvils                                                      12:59
    5/ Shallow Weather                                                  11:57
    6/ Lucy Has A New Pet Kitty                                          5:17
    7/ Ant Farm Morning                                                 16:02

    Recorded at Guerilla Recording, Oakland (California)
    Produced by Eric Glick Rieman

  Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; Fred Frith: guitar, maniacal laughter; Eric Glick
  Rieman: prepared and extended Rhodes electric piano; Carla Kihlstedt: vio-
  lin, electric violin, Stroh violin.

    2003 - Accretions Records (USA), ALP030CD (CD)

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419 - MONDRIAN'S TREE: Subvulture

    1/ 67/72                                    (Roberts)                4:29
    2/ Terrain                                  (Frith)                  3:38
    3/ You Must Dig!!                           (Roberts)                7:14
    4/ [glyph]                                  (Roberts)                7:13
    5/ Mondrian's Tree To Prokofiev (for George)(Roberts)               17:26
    6/ Living In The Heart Of The Beast         (Hodgkinson)            15:12
    7/ Beautiful As The Moon, Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Frith, Cutler)          7:49
    8/ Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King        (Hodgkinson)             6:10

    Recorded mostly at Purchase, N.Y.
    (1) recorded in Fall 1999
    (2,4,5) recorded in April and May 2000
    (3,6) recorded in Fall 1998
    (7) recorded in May 1999
    (8) recorded in August 2002
    Produced by Keef Roberts

  Keef Roberts: all instruments.

    2003 - no label (USA), no number (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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420 - SOSHIN: Derek Bailey, Antoine Berthiaume, Fred Frith

    1/ Soshin                                   (Berthiaume, D. Gougeon) 7:33
    2/ Morning Froth                            (Berthiaume, Frith)      9:57
    3/ Indicateur D'Assiette                    (Berthiaume, Frith)     18:40
    4/ Afternoon Tea                            (Berthiaume, Bailey      7:50
    5/ Wolf's Wood                              (Berthiaume, Frith)      9:32
    6/ Aquatheque                               (Berthiaume, Bailey)     4:51

    (1-3,5) recorded at Studio 270, Montreal from December 2002 to March 2003
    (4,6) recorded at Derek Bailey's home, London in August 2001

  Antoine Berthiaume: guitar; Fred Frith (2,3,5): guitar; Derek Bailey (4,6):
  guitar.

    2003 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 113 (CD)

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421 - FOREVER BURNED: Swans

    1/ The River That Runs With Love Won't Run Dry
    2/ Let It Come Down
    3/ Can't Find My Way Home
    4/ Mona Lisa, Mother Earth
    5/ (She's A) Universal Emptiness
    6/ Saved
    7/ I Remember Who You Are
    8/ Jane Mary, Cry One Tear
    9/ See No More
    10/ God Damn The Sun
    11/ The Sound of Freedom
    12/ No Cure for the Lonely
    13/ Love of Life
    14/ God Loves America
    15/ Song for the Sun
    16/ Power And Sacrifice
    17/ Love Will Tear Us Apart

    2003 - Youg God (USA), no number (CD)

  Note: this limited edition CD releases all the tracks from THE BURNING WORLD
  and alternate mixes from other records.

  See THE BURNING WORLD (1989) for further references on (1-10).

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422 - RIVERS AND TIDES { WORKING WITH TIME: Fred Frith

  Music for the film "Rivers and Tides" by Thomas Riedelsheimer.

    1/ Part I                                   (Frith)                 10:08
    2/ Part II                                  (Frith)                  3;10
    3/ Part III                                 (Frith)                  2:22
    4/ Part IV                                  (Frith)                  1:25
    5/ Part V                                   (Frith)                  4:40
    6/ Part VI                                  (Frith)                  4:15
    7/ Part VII                                 (Frith)                 11:31
    8/ Part VIII                                (Frith)                  3:20

    Recorded at Jankowski Tonstudio, Esslingen (Germany) on July 8-9, 2002
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar, samples, violin, piano, berimbao; Karoline Hofler:
  double bass; Bernd Settelmeyer: percussion; Wolfgang Stryi: soprano, bass
  clarinet.

    2003 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 092-2 (CD)
    200? - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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423 - THAT HOUSE WE LIVED IN: Fred Frith Keep the Dog

  Disc 1:
    1/                                                                   4:59
      1a/ Revelation                            (Derome)
      1b/ Bones                                 (Frith, Laswell, Maher)
    2/ Rock And A Hard Place                    (Frith)                  5:45
    3/ Hola, On Danse!                          (Frith, Richard)         2:20
    4/ Foot In Hole                             (Frith)                  7:38
    5/                                                                   4:31
      5a/ Fanfare                               (Frith)
      5b/ Lizard's Tail                         (Frith)
    6/ Suspended                                (Frith)                  2:02
    7/ Quick Sign                               (Frith)                  5:16
    8/ Propaganda Suite                         (Frith)                  8:37
    9/ Walking Song                             (Frith)                  5:32
    10/ Some Clouds Do                          (Frith)                  2:57
  Disc 2:
    11/                                                                  5:37
      11a/ The Same Eye                         (Frith)
      11b/ Fives                                (Frith)
    12/                                                                  7:13
      12a/ No Legs                              (Frith)
      12b/ Slow Bones                           (Frith)
    13/                                                                  3:24
      13a/ That Home We Lived In                (Keep The Dog)
      13b/ Candy Machine                        (Frith)
    14/ The Trace                               (Frith, Kaiser)          5:18
    15/ True Love                               (Frith)                  4:01
    16/ Instant Party                           (Frith)                  3:07
    17/ Small Mercy II                          (Frith)                  3:34
    18/ Norrgarden Nyvla                        (Frith)                  3:13
    19/                                                                  6:21
      19a/ Year Of The Monkey                   (Frith)
      19b/ Dark As A Match                      (Frith)
    20/ Domaine De Langendreer                  (Frith)                  4:52

    Recorded live in 1991 at Theater Am Kornmarkt, Bregenz (Austria), at
    Elizabethenbuhne, Salzburg (Austria), at Kulturzentrum Wolkenstein,
    Stainach (Austria), at Bahnhof Langendreer, Bochum (Germany), at Fabrik,
    Hamburg (Germany), at Manufaktur, Shondorf (Germany), at Teatro Dada,
    Castelfranco Emilia (Italy), at Shocking Club, Milano (Italy), at Verona,
    Italy
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Jean Derome: alto, baritone saxophone, flute, guimbarde, voice; Claudia 
  Engelhart: live sound mix, DAT recording; Fred Frith: guitar, bass, violin,
  voice; Charles Hayward: drums, found objects, melodica, voice; René Lussier:
  guitar, bass; Bob Ostertag: sampler; Zeena Parkins; accordion, electric 
  harp, piano, synthesizer, voice.

    2003 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRA 03 (2xCD)

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424 - TEMPTED TO SMILE: Fred Frith, Joëlle Léandre, Jonathan Segel

    1/ From Ice To Steam                        (FF,JL,JS)               3:43
    2/ Portrait Of A Boy                        (FF,JL,JS)               3:31
    3/ Sideshow                                 (FF,JL,JS)               2:22
    4/ The Glass Of Absinthe                    (FF,JL,JS)               4:29
    5/ Smell My Halo                            (FF,JL,JS)               2:42
    6/ The Palace At 4 a.m.                     (FF,JL,JS)               6:32
    7/ Hey Sonny                                (FF,JL,JS)               4:31
    8/ La Valise                                (FF,JL,JS)               5:39
    9/ Goodbye Pop                              (FF,JL,JS)               3:34
    10/ Tempted To Smile                        (FF,JL,JS)               5:09
    11/ Housecleaning At The Beginning Of The New Year
                                                (FF,JL,JS)               6:06    

    Recorded at Guerilla Recording in November 2002

  Fred Frith: guitar, voice; Joëlle Léandre: bass, voice; Jonathan Segel: 
  violin, guitar.

    2003 - Spool (Canada), LINE 20/SPL120 (CD)

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425 - CRAMMED GLOBAL SOUNDCLASH 1980-89 - PART ONE: WORLD FUSION: various
  artists

  This record features Zazou Bikaye (1,5,15), Lew & Brown (2,27), Hector Zazou
  (3,8,17), Foreign Affair (4,19), Benjamin Lew (6), Deyhim/Horowitz (7,20),
  People In Control (9), Mahmoud Ahmed (10), Peter Principle (11,13,22), Bel
  Canto (12), Aksak Maboul (14,23,31), Nadjma Vs Adrian Sherwood (16), Family
  Fodder (18), Tuxedomoon (21,28,33), Daniel Schell (24), Minimal Compact (25,
  32), The Honeymoon Killers (26), Sonoko (29,34), Poto Doudongo (30), Hermine
  (35).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Zazou Bikaye CY1:

    1/ Munipe Wa Kati                           (Bikaye, Loizillon,
                                                Micheli, arr. Zazou)     2:57

    2003 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), CRAM 113 (CD)

  Note: all tracks on the CD are edits and flow into each other without inter-
  ruption.

  See NOIR ET BLANC (1983) for further references on (1).

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426 - CRAMMED GLOBAL SOUNDCLASH 1980-89 - THE CONNOISSEUR EDITION: various
  artists

  This 3xCD set features Zazou Bikaye (1,5,15,44,54,62), Lew & Brown (2,27),
  Hector Zazou (3,8,17), Foreign Affair (4,19), Benjamin Lew (6), Deyhim/
  Horowitz (7,20), People In Control (9), Mahmoud Ahmed (10), Peter Principle
  (11,13,22,49), Bel Canto (12,43), Aksak Maboul (14,23,31,36,58), Nadjma vs
  Adrian Sherwood (16), Family Fodder (18), Tuxedomoon (21,28,33,46,48,55,61),
  Daniel Schell (24), Minimal Compact (25,32,37,40,45,58), The Honeymoon
  Killers (26,38,56,60), Sonoko (29,34,42), Poto Doudongo (30), Hermine (35),
  Band Apart (39,57), Karl Biscuit (41), Veronique Vincent/Aksak Maboul (47),
  Colin Newman (50), Des Airs (51), Telex (52), Karen Finley (53).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Zazou Bikaye Cy1:

    1/ Munipe Wa Kati                           (Bikaye, Loizillon,
                                                Micheli, arr. Zazou)     2:57

    2003 - Crammed Discs (Belgium), CRAM 100 (3xCD)

  See NOIR ET BLANC (1983) for further references on (1).

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427 - PLAYOLA (COLLECTION OF CURIOSITIES FOR AIRPLAY): 1977-2002: Henry Kaiser

  Disc 1:
    1/ Murder One                               (Kaiser, Hanes, Hanes)   4:17
    2/ O Isa                                                             3:45
    3/ Jabali Part 2                            (Miles Davis)            9:51
    4/ Drowned Dog Black Night                  (Richard Thompson)       6:47
    5/ Platelet Ice                             (Henry Kaiser)           4:04
    6/ Obligatory Blues                         (Scott Colby)            5:53
    7/ Hai Sai Oji-san                          (Shokichi Kina, trad.)   2:39
    8/ One Of Nature's Mistakes                 (Kaiser, Frith)          2:07
    9/ Ambilanao Zaho                                                    4:30
    10/ Ode To Billy Joe                        (Bobbie Gentry)          9:34
    11/ Free To Choose                          (Henry Kaiser)           3:58
    12/ Bagpipes (Bartók violin duo #36)        (Béla Bartók)            1:05
    13/ Hurum II                                (Kaiser, Noyes, Park)    7:52
    14/ Annihilation In Allah                   (trad.)                  4:40
    15/ The Fishin' Hole                        (Sloane, Hagen, Spencer) 5:42
    16/ Sarayushka (La Grange)                  (Gibbons, Hill, Beard)   2:26
    17/ Maran II                                (Michael Maksymenko)     0:24
  Disc 2:
    18/ Meet The Flintstones                                             6:58
    19/ The Skunk's Tears                       (Bob Adams)              3:14
    20/ I Alamino                                                        5:30
    21/ On Broadway                                                      4:17
    22/ Fanoan'ny Ankizy                                                 2:19
    23/ Aye Aye Monster                         (Kaiser, Keneally)       6:16
    24/ We Are Not Amused                                                3:30
    25/ Cash Calls Hell                                                  2:56
    26/ The Wood Nymph's Call                                            4:10
    27/ Mason's Children                        (Hunter, Garcia, Lesh)   4:57
    28/ Improvisation 102a                      (Kaiser, Kondo)          1:29
    29/ Now That I Am Dead                      (D. Blair, French)       3:27
    30/ Words                                   (Neil Young)             6:23
    31/ The Devil's Dance                                                3:42
    32/ Toward Betty's Door                                              3:04
    33/ Everyday Objects                        (Kaiser, Frith)          3:05
    34/ Chrysanthemums                          (Bailey, Kaiser)         1:36
    35/ Seeing Red                                                       3:33
    36/ Dali's Car                              (Don Van Vliet)          1:19
    37/ Japan In A Dishpan                      (Don Van Vliet)          3:03
    38/ The Big Clock                           (Kaiser, Hanes, Hanes)   4:39

  Henry Kaiser: electric & acoustic guitars, sanshin (Okinawan samisen), 
  vocals, six-string bass, keyboards, National acoustic guitar, bass, Linn
  drum; John Hanes (1,10,15,21,27,30,38): drums; Hilary Hanes (1,10,15,27,38):
  bass, vocals; Glenn Phillips (1): guitar; Paul Bert Rahasimanana (2,9): 
  valiha, lead vocals, guitar, accordion; Rakoto Frah (2): sodina flute, 
  vocals; Paul Hostetter (2): guitar; Chris Muir (3,12): guitar; Mike Keneally
  (3,23): guitar; Steve Smith (3): drums; Karl Perazzo (3): percussion; 
  Michael Manring (3): bass; Wadada Leo Smith (3) trumpet; John "Drumbo" 
  French (4,6,7,16,29): drums, vocals; Fred Frith (4,7,8,29,33): bass, backup
  vocals, six-string bass, guitar; Richard Thompson (4,7,14,29): guitar, lead
  vocals; Scott Colby (6): slide guitar; Bruce Fowler (6): trombone; Willie 
  Lapin (6): bass; Jim Germann (6): baritone saxophone; Benn Clatworthy (6): 
  alto; Toby Holmes (6): trombone; Marie-Josephine Rasoarimalala (9): vocals; 
  Norbert Marie Rakototafika (9): vocals; Jean-Roch Rakotomalala-Andriansolo 
  (9): vocals; Luc-Henri Barege (9): bass guitar; Laurent Razafindraibe (9):
  vocals, drums; Bruno Randrianasivelo (9): electric guitar; Herilalao Clement
  Andrianasolo (9): keyboard; David Lindley (9,22): slide guitar, Weissenborn
  slide guitar; Pana (9,20,22): percussion; Bruce Anderson (10,15): guitar; 
  Cary Sheldon (10,15,27): vocals; Darol Anger (10): strings; David 
  Balakrishnan (10,14): strings, violin; Sang-Won Park (13): kayagum, vocals; 
  Charles K. Noyes (13): drum kit percussion; Jin Hi Kim (14): changgo drum; 
  Gary Lambert (14,19,30): bass guitar; Tom Constanten (15,27): keyboards; 
  Andy West (16,17,23,24): bass; Michael Maksymenko (16,17,24): vocals, drums; 
  John McCain (16,37): guitar; Mark McQuade-Crawford (19,30,32,37): drums; 
  D'Gary (20): vocals, electric and acoustic guitars; Dama Mahaleo (20): 
  backing vocals; Bobby Vega (21): bass; Freddie Roulette (21): steel guitar; 
  Harvey Mandel (21): guitar; Samoela Andriammalalahanjaona (22): vocals, 
  valiha, marovany, kabosy; Claudia Ramasimanana (22): vocals; Solomon 
  Ratianarinaivo (22): vocals, kabosy, percussion; Josefa Andriamanirisoa 
  (22): vocals, percussion; Serge Ramasimanana (22): guitar, vocals; Gerad 
  Ranarison (22); percussion, vocals; Eric Ranarison (22): percussion, vocals; 
  Prairie Prince (23): drums; Bob Adams (24,32): guitar; Sergei Kuryokhin (25,
  35): keyboards; Tone Hulbaekmo (26): vocals, harp; Knut Reiersrud (26): gui-
  tar; Annbjorg Lien (26,31): fiddle; Paolo Vinaccia (26,31): percussion; 
  David Gans (27): guitar, vocals; Toshinori Kondo (28): trumpet; Barbara 
  Higbie (30): piano; Victoria Williams (30): vocals; Greg Gumbel (30): lap 
  steel, mumble; Helge Forde (31): trombone; Jan Magne Forde (31): trumpet, 
  flugelhorn; Jarle Forde (31): trumpet, flugelhorn; Egil "Bop" Johansen (31):
  drums; Runar Tajford (31): French horn; Stein Erik Tajford (31): tuba; Steinar
  Ofsdal (31): birchbark flute; Rick Crawford (32): bass; Everett Shock (32): 
  vocals; Derek Bailey (34): guitar; Evan Cornog (36): guitar; Alan Smithee 
  (37): bass.

    2003 - no label (USA), no number (promo 2xCD)

  See LIVE, LOVE, LARF, & LOAF (1987) for further references on (4,7), WHO
  NEEDS ENEMIES? (1983) on (8,33), and INVISIBLE MEANS (1990) on (29).

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428 - THE ART BOX: Art Bears

  Disc 1: HOPES AND FEARS
    1/ On Suicide                               (Brecht, Eisler)         1:27
    2/ The Dividing Line                        (Cutler, Frith, Cooper)  4:11
    3/ Joan                                     (Cutler, Frith)          3:06
    4/ Maze                                     (Cutler, Frith)          5:06
    5/ In Two Minds                             (Cutler, Frith)          8:58
    6/ Terrain                                  (Frith)                  3:49
    7/ The Tube                                 (Cutler, Frith)          3:05
    8/ The Dance                                (Cutler, Frith)          5:09
    9/ The Pirate Song                          (Cutler, Hodgkinson)     1:28
    10/ Labyrinth                               (Cutler, Hodgkinson)     2:15
    11/ Riddle                                  (Cutler, Frith)          2:49
    12/ Moeris Dancing                          (Frith)                  5:15
    13/ Piers                                   (Cutler, Frith)          2:12
  Disc 2: WINTER SONGS
    14/ The Bath Of Stars                       (Cutler, Frith)          1:45
    15/ First Things First                      (Cutler, Frith)          2:50
    16/ Gold                                    (Cutler, Frith)          1:41
    17/ The Summer Wheel                        (Cutler, Frith)          2:47
    18/ The Slave                               (Cutler, Frith)          3:38
    19/ The Hermit                              (Cutler, Frith)          2:59
    20/ Rats & Monkeys                          (Cutler, Frith)          3:24
    21/ The Skeleton                            (Cutler, Frith)          3:11
    22/ The Winter Wheel                        (Cutler, Frith)          3:06
    23/ Man & Boy                               (Cutler, Frith)          3:21
    24/ Winter/War                              (Cutler, Frith)          3:05
    25/ Force                                   (Cutler, Frith)          0:54
    26/ Three Figures                           (Cutler, Frith)          1:51
    27/ Three Wheels                            (Cutler, Frith)          3:35
  Disc 3: THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY
    28/ The Song Of Investment Capital Overseas (Cutler, Frith)          2:38
    29/ TRUTH                                   (Cutler, Frith)          2:56
    30/ FREEDOM/                                (Cutler, Frith)          3:25
    31/ (armed) PEACE                           (Cutler, Frith)          2:30
    32/ CIVILISATION                            (Cutler, Frith)          4:52
    33/ DEMOCRACY                               (Cutler, Frith)          2:22
    34/ The Song Of The Martyrs                 (Cutler, Frith)          4:09
    35/ LAW                                     (Cutler, Frith)          0:51
    36/ The Song Of The Monopolists             (Cutler, Frith)          1:48
    37/ The Song Of The Dignity Of Labour Under Capital
                                                (Cutler, Frith)          2:27
    38/ ALBION, AWAKE!                          (Cutler, Frith)          4:08

  The 4th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by Jon
  Rose (39), Ossatura (40), Otomo Yoshihide/Ground Zero (41), Massimo Simonini
  (42), When/Lars Pedersen (43), Warrick Swinney/Kalahari Surfers/DJ Ballard
  (44), John Oswald (45), Chris Cutler (46), Roberto Musci/Giovanni Venosta/
  Massimo Mariani (47), The Residents (48), Yasushi Utsunomiya (49), Herb 
  Heinz (50), Martin Archer (51), John Leidecker/Wobbly (52), Fred Frith (53),
  Jocelyn Robert (54), and two Art Bears tracks (55,56).

  Disc 4: ART BEARS REVISITED Disc 1
    39/ The Violin In Winter                                             3:49
    40/ Tranne Lacrimae (Bar Tears)                                      4:12
    41/ On Suicide                                                       5:49
    42/ Artico & Baci                                                    3:37
    43/ The Tube                                                         2:44 
    44/ Rats And Monkeys Remix                                           3:15
    45/ Time/Bye                                                         5:01
    46/ Three Bears Room                                                 4:49
    47/ The World As It Hopes In Winter                                  3:55
    48/ The Bath Of Stars/The Skeleton                                   4:51
    49/ Tokusa-No-Kandakara (91 Pieces Of 'C')                           3:02
    50/ The Skeleton                                                     2:59
    51/ Long Winter                                                      5:03
    52/ Winter/War/Force                                                 4:09
    53/ Everything Again                                                 4:14
    54/ Coquelicot                                                       7:17
    55/ Collapse                                (Cutler, Frith)          4:51
    56/ All Hail                                (Cutler, Frith)          4:08

  The 5th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by 
  Roger Kleier (57), Bob Drake (58,63), Andrea Rocca (59), Vitor Rua (60), 
  Brian Woodbury (61), Chris Cutler (62), Stevan Tickmayer (64), Anne Gosfield
  (65-67), Biota (68-71), Thomas Dimuzio (72) and Christian Marclay (73), and
  an unreleased Art Bears track (74).

  Disc 5: ART BEARS REVISITED Disc 2
    57/ Armed Peace Remix                                                2:36
    58/ Song Of The Monopolists                                          1:16
    59/ The Three Wheels Remix                                           2:45
    60/ Gold                                                             1:27
    61/ The Fourth Wheel                                                 4:10
    62/ The Three Figures                                                1:06
    63/ First Things First : The Mix That Should Not Be                  2:56
    64/ Monopolists Democracy                                            4:24
    65/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 1)                         1:35
    66/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 2)                         1:35
    67/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 3)                         1:37
    68/ The Summer Mix (Part 1)                                          4:08
    69/ The Summer Mix (Part 2)                                          2:47
    70/ The Summer Mix (Part 3)                                          4:10
    71/ The Summer Mix (Part 3)                                          3:09
    72/ Democracy Remix                                                  4:26
    73/ Some Truth                                                       4:51
    74/ Carved In Stone (Rebirth)               (Cutler, Frith)          1:46

  The 6th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by 
  Bob Drake (75), John Oswald (77), Biota (82), Fred Frith (83), Yasushi 
  Utsunomiya (84), a cover of an Art Bears track by Duck And Cover (76), and
  five live Art Bears tracks (78-81,85).

  Disc 6: FREE BOX CD
    75/ And The Comedy Bears                                             0:42
    76/ The Song Of Investment Capital Overseas                          3:42
    77/ Summer/Freedom                                                   2:48
    78/ The Riddle                              (Cutler, Frith)          2:21
    79/ First Things First                      (Cutler, Frith)          1:55
    80/ March From The Dance                    (Cutler, Frith)          1:05
    81/ The Hermit                              (Cutler, Frith)          2:47
    82/ The Winter Mix                                                   4:35
    83/ Wheels                                                           3:12
    84/ Tokusa-No-Kandakara II                                           3:37
    85/ Coda To Man And Boy                     (Cutler, Frith)          7:17

    (1-5,9-12) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on January 15-29, 1978
    (6-8,13) recorded at Kaleidophon Studios, London on March 15-18, 1978
    (14-27) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on November 22-December 5,
    1978
    (28-38) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on August 24-September 4,
    1980
    (39) recorded in Summer 1998
    (40) recorded live at Roma in 1979 (Art Bears tracks), live at Bourges in
    May 1998, in 1997 and at Roma in December 1998 (Ossatura reworkings)
    (41) recorded at GOK Sound, Tokyo on November 10, 1998
    (42) recorded at home in January 2000
    (43) recorded at M.O.R.I.A., Oslo in February 1999
    (44) recorded in March 1999
    (45, 77?) recorded in March 1999
    (46) recorded in January 1996
    (47) recorded at Loa Studios and Fx Studio, Milano in January 2000
    (48) recorded in January 2000
    (49) recorded at Studio Nirvana in 2000
    (50) recorded at IS Productions, Oakland, California in July 2000
    (51) recorded at Telecottage & Sound Kitchen Studios, Sheffield in Summer
    2000
    (52) recorded in August 2000
    (53,83) recorded at Tonstudio Jankowski, Stuutgart on July 13, 2000
    (54) recorded at CannedGods Mobile in September 2000
    (55-56) recorded at Kaleidophon in Winter 1979
    (57) recorded on January 22, 2003
    (58,63,75) recorded at Studio Midi-Pyrénées in Summer 2003
    (59) recorded at Roma in Summer 2003
    (60) recorded at Telectu's Studio, Lisboa (Portugal) in September 2003
    (61) recorded at The Rusty Scupper, Los Angeles in August 2003
    (62) recorded at Studio Midi-Pyrénées in September 2003
    (64) recorded in Stevan Tickmayer's work room in April 2003
    (65-67) recorded at the Djerassi Artist's Residency Program, Woodside
    (California) in Autumn 2002
    (68-71) recorded at Dys Studio, Bellvue, Colorado in Spring/Summer 2001 
    and Fall/Winter 2002/2003 and edited in January 2003 at Eye In The Sky, 
    Laporte, Colorado
    (72) recorded in August 2003
    (73) recorded at Noise Media, Brooklyn in Summer 2003
    (74) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland in November/December 1978, at
    Tonstudio Jankowski, Stuttgart on July 13, 2000 and at Studio Midi-
    Pyrénées on June 29, 2003
    (76) recorded live at the Brecht Ensemble, East Berlin on February 16, 
    1984
    (78-81) recorded live probably at Charleville, France on April 16, 1979
    (82) recorded at Dys Studio, Bellvue (Colorado) and edited in October 2003
    at Eye In The Sky, Laporte, Colorado
    (84) recorded at Studio Nirvana in August 2001-March 2002
    (85) recorded live at Cantu, Italy on May 30, 1979

  Dagmar Krause; voice; Fred Frith: guitars, violin, viola, piano, harmonium,
  xylophone, bass, keyboards; Chris Cutler: drums, electrified drums, electric
  drums, percussion, tambourine; Georgie Born (1-5,9-12): bass, cello, voice;
  Lindsay Cooper(1-6,8-12): bassoon, oboe, soprano, recorders; Tim Hodgkinson
  (1-5,9-12): organ, clarinet, piano; Jon Rose (39): violin, piano; Elio 
  Martusciello (40); Maurizio Martusciello (40); Fabrizio Spera (40): drums;
  Luca Venitucci (40); Sachiko M (41): sine-wave sampling; Eto Naoko (41): 
  prepared piano; Kikuchi Naruyoshi (41): tenor; Yasushi Utsunomiya (49): sub
  vocal; Kiyomi Yamada (49,84): vocal, violin, fieldworks; Tetsuji Hayashi 
  (49): shou, hichiriki; Kouryu Koukiji (49): sub vocal; Sakura Koukiji (49):
  dog voice; Mitsutarou Inagaki (49): honey bee sound; Herb Heinz (50): Midi
  boxes, guitar; Martin Archer (51): digital piano, electronics; Jocelyn 
  Robert (54): field recordings; Bob Drake (58): Solina organ bass pedals; 
  Andrea Rocca (59): ambient noises, electric guitar; Vitor Rua (60): bass 
  flute, prepared piano, virtual orchestra, electronics; Stevan Tickmayer 
  (61): virtual instruments; Brian Woodbury (62): bass, piano, Microkorg 
  synthesizer/Vocoder, Roland XV-3080 module, vocals; Tom Cora (76): bass; 
  Heiner Goebbels (76): piano, synthesizer; Alfred Harth (76): tenor; George
  Lewis (76): trombone; Marc Hollander (78-81,85): keyboard; Peter Blegvad 
  (78-81,85): bass; Mariko Ohkubo (84): shamisen.

    2003 - ReR (UK), ReR ABox (6xCD)
    2003 - Locus Solus (Japan), ??? (6xCD+CD-3)
    2003 - Locus Solus (Japan), no number (3xCD+CD-3)
    
  Note: the 3xCD+CD-3 Japanese edition (Locus Solus, Recommended Records 
  Japan, limited to 400 copies) contains Disc 1, Disc 2, Disc 3 as in the 
  standard editions, but packaged in facsimile artwork to the original 
  releases (i.e., facsimile cardboard CD cases with the facsimile and down-
  scaled poster inserts of the original LPs).
  It also contains the 7" single side promo to THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY
  (included as last track on Disc 6 of the standard ART BOX) as a facsimile
  CD-3.
  There is a 32-page text only booklet (in Japanese) including Japanese trans-
  lations of the songs. THE ART BOX itself reproduces the original WINTER
  SONGS LP cover whereas the standard edition box is a special design on a
  black background.
  In other words, the standard ART BOX edition booklets and Discs 4, 5 and 6
  are not in 3xCD+CD-3 the Japanese limited edition.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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430 - THE CHANSONS OF ROBERT WYATT ET MOI: Jean-Philippe Ramos

    1/ Muddy Mouse                              (Frith, Wyatt)           0:49
    2/ Muddy Mouth                              (Frith, Wyatt)           2:37
    3/ Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening
                                                (Hopper, Wyatt)          1:05
    4/ O Caroline                               (Sinclair, Wyatt)        2:22
    5/ Gloria Gloom                             (McCormick, Wyatt)       2:03
    6/ Rivmic Melodies                          (Ratledge, Hopper,
                                                Wyatt)                   8:54
    7/ Sonia                                    (Feza)                   3:05
    8/ Free Will And Testament                  (Wyatt)                  2:56
    9/ Dondestan                                (Wyatt)                  2:17
    10/ Alifie Medley                           (Wyatt, arr. Ramos)      1:48
    11/ Jazz Medley                             (Monk, Evans, Haden,
                                                arr. Ramos)              3:52
    12/ Moon In June                            (Wyatt)                  9:43
    13/ Seasong                                 (Wyatt)                  3:57

  Jean-Philippe Ramos: saxophones, voices, arrangements.

    2003 - no label (France), no number (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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431 - GAMBLING, GODS AND LSD: various artists

  This soundtrack for the film by Peter Mettler consists of a combination of
  location recordings, created sounds and music by Fred Frith, Peter Braker,
  Dimitri de Perrot, Peter Mettler, as well as reworked/remixed excerpts from
  an array of recordings by Jim O'Rourke, Third Eye Foundation, Christian
  Fennesz, Tony Coe, Koch-Schütz-Studer (plus DJ M.Singe & DJ I-Sound),
  Knut&Silvy, Henryk Gorecki.

  Part 1
    1/ The River                                (Braker, Frith)          6:23
    2/ The Church                               (Peter Braker)           2:01
    3/ The Flight                               (Knut&Silvy, Frith)      2:29
  Part 2
    4/ Desert Rain  0:49
    5/ Las Vegas                                (Third Eye Foundation,
                                                Jim O'Rourke, Peter
                                                Braker, Dimitri de
                                                Perrot)                  6:51
    6/ Eva                                      (Tony Coe)               3:22
    7/ Implosion                                (Koch-Schütz-Studer)     2:07
    8/ Dust                                     (Knut & Silvy)           2:53
  Part 3
    9/ Over There                               (Henryk Gorecki, Frith)  3:30
    10/ Swiss Miniature                         (Braker, Frith)          1:48
    11/ Splugen                                 (Fennesz)                4:14
    12/ Waterclock                              (Peter Braker, Fennesz)  4:32
    13/ Life Goes Off                           (Jim O'Rourke)           4:04
  Part 4/
    14/ Zürich, Arattu                          (Fred Frith)             6:51
    15/ Jet Set                                 (Peter Braker)           4:12
    16/ Backwaters                              (Fred Frith)             5:02

    Frith session recorded at Studio Jankowski

    2003 - Maximage (Switzerland), no number (CD)

  See EYE TO EAR II (2004) for further references on Frith material.

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432 - SPRING ANY DAY NOW - MUSIC OF 18TH CENTURY SCOTLAND AND ELSEWHERE: David
  Greenberg, David McGuinness with Concerto Caledonia

    1/ Spring Any Day Now                       (Fred Frith)             3:16
    2/                                                                   4:32
      2a/ Pearlin Peggie's Bonny, Or, The Laird of Foveran
                                                (trad.)
      2b/ The Kail Reets Of Fit                 (trad.)
      2c/ The Warld's Gane O'er Me Now          (trad.)
    3/                                                                   6:58
      3a/ Martyrs                               (trad.)
      3b/ O Lusty May                           (trad.)
    4/                                                                   2:47
      4a/ Invercald's Rant                      (trad.)
      4b/ The Fyket                             (trad.)
      4c/ Janny Nettles                         (trad.)
    5/                                                                   8:19
      5a/ Ellun Sotiisi                         (Arto Jarvela)
      5b/ Kruunupyyn Katrilli                   (Timo Alakotila)
      5c/ Laitisen Mankeliska                   (Mauno Jarvela, Timo Alakotila)
    6/ Echidna's Arf (Of You)                   (Frank Zappa)            4:38
    7/                                                                   6:06
      7a/ My Bonny Laddie Has My Heart          (trad.)
      7b/ Roseate Tern                          (Paul Stewart Cranford)
    8/ Bonniest Lass In A The Warld             (William McGibbon)       3:19
    9/                                                                   6:11
      9a/ Norrgarden Nyvla                      (Fred Frith)
      9b/ Szapora from Kalotaszeg               (trad.)
    10/ Good To Get Home                        (David McGuinness)       2:05
    11/ Hit Her On The Bum                      (Robert Bremner)         3:42
    12/ Up In The Morning Earlly                (Robert Bremner)         4:26
    13/                                                                  4:06
      13a/ Swingin' Jim Johnson's Birthday Blues(David Greenberg)
      13b/ Dad's Day '87                        (David Greenberg)
    14/ Lachlann Dubh                           (trad.)                  4:46

    Recorded at Crichton Collegiate Kirk, Scotland on October 27 & 28, 2002,
    at CaVa Sound Workshops, Glasgow on October 28, 2002, and at Nenthorn 
    School on February 11, 2003
    Produced by David McGuinness

  David Greenberg: baroque and modern violins, expectoration; David 
  McGuinness: digital piano, melodica, harmonium, harpsichord, piano, toy
  keyboard, vocal; Katherine McGillivray (1,3,9): viola; Alison McGillivray
  (1,3,9): cello, fax paper; Steve Player (6,11): guitar; Sarah Bevan-Baker
  (6): violin; Dominic O'Dell (6): cello.

    2003 - Marquis (Canada), 77471 81325 2 9 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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433 - CINEMA EROTICA: various artists

  This record features John Barry (1), Pete Rugolo (2), George S. Clinton (3),
  Angelo Badalamenti (4), David Motion & Sally Potter (5), Danny Elfman featu-
  ring Little Gus & The Suzettes (6), Zbigniew Preisner (7), Jan A.P.
  Kaczmarek (8), Mychael Danna (9), John Ottman (10), Howard Shore (11), Erik
  Satie (12), Stephen Endelman (13).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with David Motion & Sally Potter:

    5/ In The Garden                            (D. Motion, S. Potter)

    2003 - Rambling Records/Pioneer/Varese Sarabande (Japan), PICE-5011 (CD)

  See ORLANDO (1993) for further refernces on (5).

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434 - ART BEARS REVISITED: Art Bears

    2004 - ReR (UK), ReR ab4/5 (2xCD)

  See THE ART BOX (2003) for further references.

  Note: this 2xCD was part of THE ART BOX (2003) and is now available separa-
  tely.

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435 - EYE TO EAR II: Fred Frith

    1/ Sideshow 1                               (Frith)                  2:07
    2/ Gambling, Gods And LSD                   (Frith)                 14:19
    3/ Sideshow 2                               (Frith)                  2:26
    4/ Hirschen Mit Goldenen Hufen              (Frith)                  7:53
    5/ Sideshow 3                               (Frith)                  2:19
    6/ Returning Home: Wood And Water           (Frith)                  8:34
    7/ Returning Home: The Wind                 (Frith, Wei Fu)          4:11
    8/ Returning Home: Straw Dance              (Frith)                  3:17
    9/ Sideshow 4                               (Frith)                  2:18

    (1,3,5,9) recorded at Guerrilla Recordings, Oakland (USA) in January-
    February 2002
    (2) recorded at Jankowski Studio, Esslingen in July 2001
    (4) recorded at Ludwigsburg Film Akademie in 1997
    (6-8) recorded at Mobius Music, San Francisco in January 2003
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitars, bass, piano, keyboards, violin, accordion, ocarina,
  kalimba, drum samples, Mobius instruments, voice, toys, low-grade sound
  effects; Gail Brand (5): trombone; Heather Heise (6-8): accordion; Fei Wu
  (6-8): gu zheng; Anne Hege (6-8): voice.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7517 (CD)

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436 - RER USA SAMPLER: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Faust (1), Vril (2), Lutz Glandien (3), Musci-Venosta 
  (4), Fred Frith (5), Sun Ra (6), Cassiber (7), The Necks (8), Kampec Dolores 
  (9), Janet Feder (10), Absolute Zero (11), Istvan Marta (12), Science Group 
  (13), Ground Zero (14), Peter Blegvad (15), Biota (16), ZGA (17), Boris 
  Kovacs (18), Haco (19), (EC) Nudes (20), Art Bears (21), David Meyers (22), 
  Tod Dockstader/James Reichart (23), Paolo Angeli (24), Erno Kiraly (25), AMM 
  (26), Richard Trythall (27), Chris Cutler (28), Chris Cutler/Fred Frith 
  (29), Thomas Dimuzio (30), Jon Rose (31), Dumitrescu/Hyperion (32), Peter 
  Cusak (33), Steel/Water/Light (34), Robert Iolini (35), Ossatura (36), 
  Christian Marclay (37).

  Disc 1: Disk Red
    1/ Lieber Herr Deutchland                   (Faust)                  4:38
    2/ Freakish Tarpaulin                       (Vril)                   1:34
    3/ Two Of My Sisters                        (Lutz Glandien)          5:12
    4/ When A Dolphin Saves A Baby              (Musci-Venosta)          3:33
    5/ Stones                                   (Fred Frith)             2:01
    6/ Cosmos Sun Connection                    (Sun Ra)                 3:45
    7/ Gut                                      (Cassiber)               3:47
    8/ [Excerpt from "The Drive-By"]            (The Necks)
    9/ A Bivaly Hatan                           (Kampec Dolores)         2:30
    10/ I Hear Voices                           (Janet Feder)            3:25
    11/ [Excerpt from "Bared Cross"]            (Absolute Zero)          4:42
    12/ Church                                  (Istvan Marta)           3:32
    13/ Dance Of The Arguments                  (Science Group)          3:25
    14/ [Excerpt from "Costume Red"]            (Ground Zero)            3:35
    15/ Magritte                                (Peter Blegvad)          2:05
    16/ Sleeping Car                            (Biota)                  2:25
    17/ Downcast Miserable                      (ZGA)                    2:15
    18/ Joy in Manchuria                        (Boris Kovacs)           3:50
    19/ Sunday Virgins                          (Haco)                   3:28
    20/ It Might Be Better                      ((EC) Nudes)             2:13
    21/ Moeris Dancing                          (Art Bears)              5:15
  Disc 2: Disk Blue 
    22/ Pink Porous Rock                        (David Meyers)           2:37
    23/ Omniphony 4                             (Dockstader, Reichart)   6:43
    24/ Si Riprendre                            (Paolo Angeli)           1:39
    25/ Spiral                                  (Erno Kiraly)            8:29
    25/ [Excerpt from "Flaming Riviera Sunset"] (AMM)                    4:01
    27/ Ommagio A Jerry Lee Lewis               (Richard Trythall)       6:37
    28/ [Excerpt from "North Car Roulette"]     (Chris Cutler)           2:35
    29/ Act 1, Scene 2                          (Cutler, Frith)          2:13
    30/ 4 Poles                                 (Thomas Dimuzio)         3:59
    31/ Odd People                              (Jon Rose)               4:08
    32/ [Excerpt from "Life on Earth"]          (Dumitrescu, Hyperion)   4:51
    33/ Pets                                    (Peter Cusak)            7:48
    34/ #7                                      (Steel, Water, Light)    3:42
    35/ Secrets                                 (Robert Iolini)          5:01
    36/ Juggled in Gravity                      (Ossatura)               4:54
    37/ Louis Armstrong                         (Christian Marclay)      2:27

    2004 (2003?) - ReR USA (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

  See PRINTS - SNAPSHOTS, POSTCARDS, MESSAGES AND MINIATURES 1978-2001 (2002) 
  for further references on (5), HOPES AND FEARS (1978) on (21), and 2 
  GENTLEMEN IN VERONA (2000) on (28).

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437 - LOST MARBLES: Alvin Curran

    1/ Toto Angelica                            (Curran)                 1:29
    2/ Music Is Not Music                       (Curran)                 7:36
    3/ Maritime Rites-Wasserkorso               (Curran)                 4:48
    4/ For MG                                   (Curran)                 7:17
    5/ In Hora Mortis                           (Curran)                 6:47
    6/ Endangered Species                       (Curran)                 3:45
    7/ Pittura Fresca                           (Curran)                 9:04
    8/ Inner Cities 2                           (Curran)                 7:42
    9/ Erat Verbum John                         (Curran)                 2:49
    10/ Romulus And Remus Make A Ruckus         (Curran)                 9:14
    11/ Return To Sender                        (Curran)                10:24

    (1) recorded at Angelica Festival, Bologna (Italy) in 2000
    (2) recorded at Mills College, Oakland (USA) in 1995
    (3) recorded at 750th anniversary of the City of Berlin, Germany in July 
    1987
    (4) recorded for the Trisha Brown Dance Company in 1992
    (5) recorded at Schewtzingen Festival in 1996
    (6) mixing at Ajademie der Künste, Berlin (Germany) in 1990
    (7) recorded at Theater Artaud, San Francisco (USA) in May 1997
    (8) recorded in 1990
    (9) recorded at Studio Akustiche Kunst, Westdeutscher Rundfunk (Germany) 
    in 2000
    (10) recorded at University of Rome, Italy in June 2003
    (11) recorded at Taktlos Festival, Bern (Switzerland) in 2002
    Produced by Alvin Curran
    (8) produced for the Hessischer Rundfunk by Ernstalbrecht Stiebler
    (9) produced by Klaus Schoening
    (11) produced by Peter Kraut

  Alvin Curran: sampler midi-keyboard, computer, piano, tape, diskklavier,
  sampler, synthesizers; California Vocal Academy (2); Boyd Jarrel (2): direc-
  tor; Tom Dambly (2): trumpet; Tom Heasley (2): tuba; William Winant (2): 
  percussion; Orchestra of the Sudwestfunk Radio Stuttgart (5); Alex Winterson
  (5): director; The Paul Dresher Ensemble (7): David Abel (violin), Paul 
  Hanson (bassoon), Craig Fry (violin), Paul Dresher (guitars), Marja Mutru
  (keyboards), Gene Reffkin (electronic percussion), Amy Knowles (percussion);
  The Alvin Curran Philarmonia (11): Shelley Hirsch (voice), Joan Jeanrenaud 
  (cello), Fred Frith (guitars), Alvin Curran (piano, sampler), Domenico 
  Sciajno (electronics), William Winant (percussion).

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7097 (CD)

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438 - TO BE AN ANIMAL OF REAL FLESH: Margareth Kammerer

    1/ As Your Nightly Dreams                   (Anne Carson, Kammerer)  5:21
    2/ Carry Your Heart With Me                 (E.E. Cummings, MK)      3:34
    3/ Facing It                                (Yusef Komunyakaa, MK)   5:12
    4/ Somewhere I Have Never Travelled         (E.E. Cummings, MK)      4:00
    5/ Open His Head Baby                       (E.E. Cummings, MK)      4:45
    6/ Facing It                                (Yusef Komunyakaa, MK)   6:25
    7/ Somewhere I Have Never Travelled         (E.E. Cummings, MK)      4:09
    8/ Willow... C'est Que J'Aime               (A. Artaud, Kammerer)    3:30
    9/ The Bright Stones                        (Paul Celan, Kammerer)   2:12
    10/ The Bright Stones                       (Paul Celan, Kammerer)   4:54
    11/ Open His Head Baby                      (E.E. Cummings, MK)      3:56
    12/ I Carry Your Heart With Me              (E.E. Cummings, MK)      2:37
    13/ As Your Nigtly Dreams 2                 (Anne Carson, Kammerer)  5:27
    14/ Estimated Population Of Hell Circa 1976 (Yusef Komunyakaa, MK)   4:24
    14/ Estimated Population Of Hell Circa 1976 (Old School Mix)
                                                (Yusef Komunyakaa, MK)   4:24

    (1,3,7,10,11) recorded n Casteldebole, Italy in October 2002
    (2) recorded in the flat of Axel Dörner, Berlin in June 2003
    (4,8) recorded in the flat of Andi Moss, Berlin in December 2000
    (12) recorded in the flat of Christof Kurzmann, Berlin in July 2003
    (13) recorded in the flat of Michael Wertmuller, Berlin in December 2001
    (7) remix by Fred Frith at Studio Jankowski, Esslingen

  Margareth Kammerer: vocals, guitar; Axel Dörner (2): trumpet; Bernhard
  Fleischmann (3): remix; Nicholas Bussmann (5): remix; Fred Frith (7): remix, 
  guitar, drummachine; Tatsuya Yoshida (8): drums; Philip Jeck (9): remix;
  Christof Kurzmann (12): remix; Chris Abrahams (13): piano; Odot. Lamm (14):
  remix; Lucifer Amp (14): remix; KA4 (14): drums.

    2004 - Charizma (Austria), CHA 023 (CD)

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439 - WHAT LEAVE BEHIND: Toychestra, Fred Frith

  Concerto For Electric Guitar and Toy Orchestra composed by Dan Plonsey.

    1/ The Dub                                  (Dan Plonsey)            4:27
    2/ Fellini                                  (Dan Plonsey)            4:36
    3/ Grover Rides A Happy Honker              (Dan Plonsey)            3:46
    4/ 3 Elephants And A Cow                    (Dan Plonsey)            7:30
    5/ When To Rewind                           (Dan Plonsey)            3:59

    Recorded at Guerrilla Recording in May 2003 and January 2004 
    Produced by Dan Plonsey, Toychestra, Fred Frith and Myles Boisen

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Michelle Adams: sterling beat, finger chimes,
  concertmate 500, melodica, recorder, vocals; Angela Coon: melodica, toy
  bugle, genie diary "girlz rock", vocals; Pedra Podlahova: accordion people,
  concertmate 500, slat drum, sterling beat; Shari Robertson: zither, violin,
  melodica, vocals; Lexa Walsh: accordion people, xylo-piano, silly sentences,
  vocals; Corey Weinstein: melodica, pink zoo train, tube xylophone, train
  whistle, vocals.

    2004 - S.K. Records (France), SK28CD (CD)

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440 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME FIVE: Fred Frith, John Zorn

    1/ Off Topic                                (Frith, Zorn)            7:29
    2/ Alecto                                   (Frith, Zorn)            3:57
    3/ Sowers Of Discord                        (Frith, Zorn)            3:55
    4/ Four Corners                             (Frith, Zorn)            8:14
    5/ Level Six Jumping                        (Frith, Zorn)            4:34
    6/ Cruel Abstraction                        (Frith, Zorn)            6:26
    7/ Eumenides Outside The Window             (Frith, Zorn)            6:55
    8/ Nine-Part Invention                      (Frith, Zorn)            4:37
    9/ Cord Trouble And Tuning                  (Frith, Zorn)            1:38
    10/ Astrologers And Magicians               (Frith, Zorn)            6:32

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 15, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Fred Frith: guitar; John Zorn: alto.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5005 (CD)
    
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441 - THE COMMERCIAL ALBUM/DVD: The Residents

    1/ Amber                                    (Doug Carney)
    2/ Possessions                              (Rajendra Serber)
    3/ Picnic Boy                               (The Residents)
    4/ La La                                    (Geert Vandenbroele)
    5/ The Coming Of The Crow                   (Jean-Michel Roux)
    6/ Love Is...                               (Eric Montchaud)
    7/ Phantom                                  (Rosto A.D)
    8/ Moisture                                 (John Sanborn)
    9/ In Between Dreams                        (Roscoe Chapp)
    10/ Die In Terror                           (The Residents)
    11/ Loss Of Innocence                       (Jim Ludtke, The Residents)
    12/ Less Not More                           (Takeshi Murata)
    13/ Dimples And Toes                        (John Sanborn)
    14/ Perfect Love                            (The Residents)
    15/ Handful Of Desire                       (Kar Aermann)
    16/ When We Were Young                      (Veber Veber)
    17/ Love Leaks Out                          (John Sanborn)
    18/ Secrets                                 (The Penguin Bros.)
    19/ Margaret Freeman                        (Niffer Desmond)
    20/ Picnic Boy                              (Eric Nordhauser)
    21/ Japanese Watercolor                     (Martin Redlich)
    22/ Surburban Bathers                       (The Residents)
    23/ My Second Wife                          (The Residents)
    24/ Floyd                                   (John McNaughton)
    25/ My Work Is So Behind                    (Gunter Segers)
    26/ Fingertips                              (Stéphane Ricard)
    27/ The Simple Song                         (Graeme Whiffler,
                                                The Residents)
    28/ Shut Up Shut Up                         (Luk Willekens)
    29/ Act Of Being Polite                     (Bill Domonkos)
    30/ Loneliness                              (The Residents)
    31/ Red Rider                               (Casey Stockdon)
    32/ End Of Home                             (The Residents)
    33/ Birds In The Trees                      (Steven Cerio, Rich Shupe)
    34/ Troubled Man                            (Leigh Barbier, The Residents)
    35/ Easter Woman                            (Stéphane Ricard)
    36/ The Coming Of The Crow                  (The Residents)
    37/ Tragic Bells                            (Chip Lord)
    38/ The Nameless Souls                      (Ty Bardi)
    39/ Love Leaks Out                          (The Residents)
    40/ Perfect Love                            (John Payson)
    41/ My Second Wife                          (Jean-Charles Finck)
    42/ Ups And Downs                           (Cedric Mercier)
    43/ Fingertips                              (The Residents)
    44/ End Of Home                             (Stéphane Ricard)
    45/ Handful Of Desire                       (The Residents)
    46/ Nice Old Man                            (Geert Vandenbroele)
    47/ Moisture                                (Graeme Whiffler,
                                                The Residents)
    48/ Loneliness                              (Fabrice Fouquet)
    49/ Medicine Man                            (Andrew Koehler)
    50/ The Simple Song                         (Eun-Ha Paek)
    51/ Act Of Being Polite                     (The Residents)
    52/ And I Was Alone                         (Harry Lagoussis)
    53/ Die In Terror                           (Incorect)
    54/ Give It To Someone Else                 (Rich Shupe)
    55/ Suburban Bathers                        (Incorect)
    56/ Talk Of Creatures                       (Bulk Foodveyor)

    2004 - Mute (UK), RZDVD1 (DVD)
    2004 - Bomba (Japan), BOM 3202 (DVD)
    2004 - Mute (USA), 9275-9 (DVD)

  Note: (1-51) are played when selecting "play all", and with the order given
  here; on the other hand, (52-56) have to be accessed from the "track list",
  as a result, the numbering (52-56) is purely arbitrary.

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442 - HIS GREATEST MISSES: Robert Wyatt

    1/ P.L.A.                                   (Wyatt)                  2:31
    2/ Worship                                  (Benge, Wyatt)           5:52
    3/ Heaps Of Sheeps                          (Benge, Wyatt)           4:56
    4/ Free Will And Testament                  (Wyatt, Kramer)          4:12
    5/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)           4:55
    6/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)                  6:31
    7/ Little Red Robin Hit The Road            (Wyatt)                  6:09
    8/ Solar Flares                             (Wyatt)                  5:36
    9/ At Last I Am Free                        (Edwards, Rodgers)       4:16
    10/ Arauco                                  (V. Parra)               4:33
    11/ The Age Of Self                         (Wyatt)                  2:50
    12/ Alien                                   (Benge, Wyatt)           6:47
    13/ Shipbuilding                            (Langer, Costello)       3:04
    14/ Memories Of You                         (Blake, Andreamenentania,       
                                                Razafinkeriefo)          2:58
    15/ Muddy Mouse (B)                         (Wyatt, Frith)           0:50
    16/ Mister E                                (Karen Mantler)          4:20
    17/ Foreign Accents                         (Wyatt)                  3:48

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, keyboards, piano, percussion, drums, bass, trumpet; 
  Brian Eno (3): vocal chorus, synthesizer; Paul Weller (4): guitar, harmony 
  vocals; Jamie Johnson (3): guitar; Fred Frith (5,7,15): violin, guitar, 
  viola, piano; Dave McRae (5,14): piano, keyboards; Richard Sinclair (5-7): 
  bass; Nick Mason (5): drums; Laurie Allan (7): drums; Ivor Cutler (7): 
  voice, baritone concertina; Mike Oldfield (7): guitar; Bill MacCormick (8,
  10): bass; Gary Windo (8): bass clarinet; Mogosi Mothle (9): bass; Frank 
  Roberts (9): keyboards; Gary Azukx (12): djembe; Phil Manzanera (12): gui-
  tar; Chucho Merchan (12): bass, bass drum; Clive Langer (13): organ; Steve 
  Nieve (13): piano; Mark Bedford (13): bass; Martin Hughes (13): drums; 
  Elvis Costello (13): backing vocals; Karen Mantler (16): voice, harmonica; 
  Annie Whitehead (17): trombone; Yaron Stavi (17): bass.

    2004 - Hannibal (Japan), VACK-1282 (CD)
    2005 - Rykodisc (USA), 3125714732 (CD)
    2010 - Domino (UK), VACK-1282 (CD)

  See OLD ROTTEN HAT (1985) for further references on (1,11), DONDESTAN (1991)
  for (2), SHLEEP (1997) for (3,4,12), I'M A BELIEVER (1974) for (5), ROCK
  BOTTOM (1974) for (6,7), RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD (1975) for (8,15), AT
  LAST I AM FREE (1980) for (9), ARAUCO (1980) for (10), SHIPBUILDING (1982)
  for (13,14), and CUCKOOLAND (2003) for (16,17).

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443 - CAKES AND PIES: Cinnamon

    1/ Cakes & Pies                             (Brett Larner)           2:50
    2/ Cakes & Pies (instrumental mix)          (Brett Larner)           2:50
    3/ Cakes & Pies (acappella)                 (Brett Larner)           2:26
    4/ Cakes & Pies (Jake's "Pies" mix)         (Brett Larner)           3:25
    5/ Spike Initiating Zone                    (Brett Larner)           2:23
    6/ Feel So Good                             (Kember, Pierce)         5:39

    Recorded at CCM Studios, Oakland and Estudillo Estudio, San Leandro from
    December 2002 to May 2003
    Bass solo on (5) recorded at Wesleyan in March 2003
    Drum part on (5) recorded at (Ringo's) home in April 2003
    Produced by Radial Axis

  Chiaki Azuma: vocals; Kanoko Nishi: vocals, harpsichord; Radial Axis (aka
  Brett Larner): instruments; John Dieterich (5): guitar; Fred Frith (5):
  bass; Joel Pickard (5): pedal steel guitar; Ringo Robair (5): drums; Yon
  Visell (5): bass solo; Jake Mandell (4): remix.

    2004 - Lewis Recordings (UK), LEWIS12003 (LP)
    2004 - Lewis Recordings (UK), LEWISCDS002 (CD)

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444 - PONY UP!: Cinnamon

    1/ Nanimonai (Nothing At All)               (Brett Larner)           2:20
    2/ Cakes & Pies                             (Brett Larner)           2:50
    3/ Yellow Car                               (Brett Larner)           3:19
    4/ Kurashi (Life)                           (BL, Ito Hiromi)         4:11
    5/ Taka (Falcon)                            (BL, Kanoko Nishi)       1:13
    6/ Spike Initiating Zone                    (Brett Larner)           2:22
    7/ Shimo-Kitazawa De (In Shimo-Kitawaza)    (Brett Larner)           1:48
    8/ Feel So Good                             (Kember, Pierce)         5:39
    9/ Killing Kanoko Pt. I                     (BL, Ito Hiromi)         4:23
    10/ Killing Kanoko Pt. II                   (BL, Ito Hiromi)         3:53
    11/ Suicide                                 (Brett Larner)           2:45
    12/ St. Charles                             (Brett Larner)           5:09
    13/ (untitled) Cakes & Pies (live orchestral version)
                                                (Brett Larner)           4:40
    14/ (untitled)                              (Brett Larner)           7:31

    Recorded at CCM Studios, Oakland and Estudillo Estudio, San Leandro bet-
    ween December 2002 and June 2003
    Drums on (6) recorded at Ringo's home
    Bass solo on (6) and broken guitar on (12) recorded at Wesleyan in March
    2003
    Synthesizer on (12) recorded at Ma&gnetic Satellite in May 2003
    (13) recorded live at Mills College Concert Hall on May 3, 2003
    Produced by DJ Radial Axis (aka Brett Larner)

  Chiaki Azuma: vocals; Kanoko Nishi: vocals, harpsichord; DJ Radial Axis: all
  instruments; Liz Allbee (12): trumpet; Gene Baker (10): drums; John
  Dieterich (6): lead guitar; Fred Frith (6): bass; Toshimaru Nakamura (5):
  no-input mixing board; Joel Pickard (6): pedal steel guitar; Ringo Robair
  (6): drums; Jonathan Segel (12): synth; Yon Visell (6): bass solo; Mills
  College Contemporary Performance Ensemble (13): Liz Allbee (trumpet solo),
  Gene Baker (cornet), Jen Baker (trombone), Sheela Bringi (flute), Alicia
  Byer (bassoon), Fred Frith (slide guitar), Eric Glick-Rieman (melodica
  solo), Maya Glovinsky (oboe), Alex Hutchings (violin), Marc Jensen (accor-
  dion), Brett Larner (koto), Eric Myers (piano), Andy Nathan (bass), Sam
  Ospovat (drums), Barak Perelman (piano), Joel Pickard (wah-wah guitar),
  Joshua Sirotiak (tuba), Nhu-Tuy Tran (violin), Carolyn Tyler (cello),
  Heather Vorwerck (cello), Maren Woodruff (acoustic guitar), Fei Wu (gu
  zheng).

    2004 - Lewis Recordings (UK), LEWISCD003 (CD)
    2004 - Lewis Recordings (UK), LEWISLP002 (LP)
    2004 - Lewis Recordings (UK), no number (promo CD)

  Note: (9,10,11,14) are only available on the regular CD edition.

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445 - YELLOW CAR: Cinnamon

    1/ Yellow Car - DJ Swamp Mix                (Brett Larner)           6:40
    2/ Yellow Car - original version            (Brett Larner)           3:17
    3/ Yellow Car - instrumental version        (Brett Larner)           3:18
    4/ Yellow Car - acapella version            (Brett Larner)           3:08
    5/ Yellow Car - J-hop mix                   (Brett Larner)           3:19
    6/ Kurashi                                  (Larner, Ito Hiromi)     4:11
    7/ Kurashi (remix)                          (Larner, Ito Hiromi)     3:33
    8/ Cakes And Pies - live orchestral version (Brett Larner)           2:40

    Recorded at CCM Studio, Oakland and Estudillo Studio, San Leandro between
    February 2002 and April 2003
    (8) recorded live at Mills College Concert Hall on May 3, 2003
    (7) remixed by Roddy Schrock in Gunma, Japan in July 2003
    Produced by Radial Axis (aka Brett Larner)

  Chiaki Azuma: vocals; Kanoko Nishi: vocals; Radial Axis: instruments;
  Mills College Contemporary Performance Ensemble (8): Liz Allbee (trumpet
  solo), Gene Baker (cornet), Jen Baker (trombone), Sheela Bringi (flute), 
  Alicia Byer (bassoon), Fred Frith (slide guitar), Eric Glick-Rieman (melo-
  dica solo), Maya Glovinsky (oboe), Alex Hutchings (violin), Marc Jensen 
  (accordion), Brett Larner (koto), Eric Myers (piano), Andy Nathan (bass),
  Sam Ospovat (drums), Barak Perelman (piano), Joel Pickard (wah-wah guitar),
  Joshua Sirotiak (tuba), Nhu-Tuy Tran (violin), Carolyn Tyler (cello), 
  Heather Vorwerck (cello), Maren Woodruff (acoustic guitar), Fei Wu (gu 
  zheng).

    2004 - Lewis Recordings (UK), LEWIS12006 (12")
    2004 - Lewis Recordings (UK), LEWIS006CDS (CD)

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446 - TOUCH THE SOUND: Evelyn Glennie

  O.S.T. to the film by Thomas Riedelsheimer Touch The Sound - A Sound Journey
  with Evelyn Glennie.

    1/ Warm Up                                  (Glennie, Frith)         3:40
    2/ Tam Tam Wave                             (Glennie, Frith)         3:06
    3/ New York Sounds                                                   2:08
    4/ Tapdance                                 (Glennie, Roxane
                                                Butterfly)               1:25
    5/ Airport Rhythm                                                    0:57
    6/ Central Snare                            (Glennie)                2:11
    7/ Arriving                                 (Glennie, Frith)         1:32
    8/ Sound Check                              (Glennie, Frith)         4:03
    9/ Silence                                                           2:32
    10/ Breath                                  (Glennie)                0:58
    11/ Taiko                                   (Glennie, Ondekoza)      4:50
    12/ Tokyo Voices                                                     0:57
    13/ Metal                                   (Glennie)                1:50
    14/ Drums'n'Guitar                          (Glennie, Frith)         3:25
    15/ Tokyo Night                                                      2:01
    16/ Chopstick Solo                          (Glennie)                1:02
    17/ Marim-Bar                               (Glennie, This)          2:13
    18/ Memories                                (Glennie, Frith)         2:36
    19/ A Little Prayer                         (Glennie, Frith)         5:53
    20/ Seaside                                 (Glennie)                2:56
    21/ In The Womb                             (Glennie)                1:11
    22/ Hells Kitchen                           (Glennie, Horazio
                                                Hernandez)               3:11
    23/ The Way                                 (Glennie)                5:37

    Recorded during the shooting of "Touch Of The Soound"

  Evelyn Glennie (1,2,4,6-8,10,11,13,14,16-23): simtak, tam tam, percussion,
  empty cans; snaredrum, railings, gamelan gongs, wind whistle, drums, thunder
  sheet, chopsticks, farm stuff, marimba, oceandrum, waterphone; Fred Frith
  (1,2,7,8,14,18,19): bass, voice, parts of the warehouse, guitars, chop-
  sticks; Roxane Butterfly (4): tap dance; Za Ondekoza (11): taikos, drums;
  This (17): Mika (piano), Saikou (violin); Horazio 'El Negro' Hernandes (22):
  drum set.

    2004 - Normal (Germany), N 267 CD (CD)
    2012 - K-Films (Germany?), dvd182 (DVD)

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447 - THE LAB 20-ANNIVERSARY CD: various artists

  This record features Minnie Pearl Necklace (1), Gino Robair (2), Sagan (3),
  Zmrzlina (4), Brenda Hutchinson (5), Fred Frith & Beth Custer (6), Randy
  Nordschow (7), Laurie Amat (8), Toychestra (9), Susan Stone (10), Guillermo
  Galindo & Guillermo Gomez Pena (11), Maggi Payne (12), Amy X Neuburg (13),
  John Bischoff (14), Jin Hi Kim (15), Ed Osborn (16), Presidents Breakfast
  (17), Steve Horowitz (18), Sensorchip (19), Kraig Grady (20), Kattt Sammon &
  Kenneth Atchely (21), Doug Carroll (22), Cheryl E. Leonard (23), Definitely
  Not A Band (24).

  Fred Frith plays on one track in duo with Beth Custer:

    6/ Wollaw                                   (Frith, Custer)          4:01

    Recorded live at The Lab, San Francisco in February 2003

  Fred Frith: guitar; Beth Custer: clarinets, vocals.

    2004 - The Lab (USA), LAB01 (CD)

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448 - SYMPOSIUM HERMIT, KLASTER PLASY 1992, REMIX: various artists

  This audio companion to the May 2004 issue of the Czech magazine PARS fea-
  tures Paul Panhuysen/Phil Niblock/Jo Truman/Michael Delia (1), Pierre 
  Berthet & Brigida Romano (2), Lubos Dalamador Fidler & Oldrich Janota (3),
  Jo Truman & Marian Palla (4), Horst Rickels & Victor Wentinck (5), Martin
  Janicek (6), Bram Cox (7), Ad Van Buuren (8), Fred Frith & Pavel Fajt (9),
  Jaroslav Koran/Michal Koran/Martin Janicek/Michael Delia (10), Anna Homler &
  Ad Van Buuren (11), Ross Boleter & Michael Delia (12).

    9/ untitled					(Fred Frith, P. Fajt)	15:53

    Recorded live during the Symposium Hermit at the Plasy Monastery, Klaster
    (Czech Republic) in 1992

  Fred Frith: prepared guitar; Pavel Fajt: percussion.

    2004 - Pars Magazine (Czech Republic), 5/2004 (magazine+CD)

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449 - ELEVENTH HOUR: Fred Frith

  Disc 1:
    Lelekovice (String Quartet #1, for Iva Bittova)
                                                (Frith)
      1/                                                                 1:48
      2/                                                                 4:42
      3/                                                                 0:49
      4/                                                                 3:18
      5/                                                                 2:07
      6/                                                                 4:45
      7/                                                                 5:44
      8/                                                                 1:04
      9/                                                                 4:02
    Tense Serenity (String Trio and Trombone)   (Frith)
      10/                                                               11:23
      11/                                                                9:00
      12/                                                                4:58
      13/                                                                3:58
      14/                                                                2:13
  Disc 2:
    Allegory (String Quartet and Electric Guitar, for Irvine Arditti)
                                                (Frith)
      15/                                                                3:51
      16/                                                                7:00
      17/                                                                4:03
    18/ Stick Figures (6 Guitars and 2 Players) (Frith)                 17:28
    19/ Fell (String Quartet and Electric Guitar)
                                                (Frith)                 11:55

    (1-17,19) recorded at Il Bagno, Steinfurt (Germany) in June 2003
    (18) recorded at Guerrilla Recordings, Oakland (USA) in May 2004
    (15-17,19) guitar recorded at Erich Thienhaus Institut Hochschule fur 
    Musik, Detmold (Germany) in March 2004
    Produced by Carlos Albrecht, Fred Frith, and Stefan Winter

  Arditti Quartet (1-9,15-17,19): Irvine Arditti (violin), Graeme Jennings
  (violin), Ralf Ehlers (viola), Rohan de Saram (cello); Arditti Trio (10-14);
  Uwe Dierksen (10-14): trombone; William Winant (18): guitars; Fred Frith
  (15-19): guitars.

    2005 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 910 103-2 (2xCD)

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450 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME TEN: Yamataka Eye/John Zorn duo

    1/ Postiviva                                (Eye, Zorn)              9:30
    2/ M.S.T.G.L. (Moneysextripgodlove)         (Eye, Zorn)              6:45
    3/ Big Muff Dive                            (Eye, Zorn)              8:28
    4/ Microwaveable Empty Highway              (Eye, Zorn)              5:13
    5/ Sun See Soon                             (Eye, Zorn, Frith)       9:21
    6/ Choronzone                               (Eye, Zorn)              5:04

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 15, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Yamataka Eye: vocals, electronics; John Zorn: alto; Sawai Taeji: technician;
  Fred Frith (5): guitar.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5010 (CD)
    2005 - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: this CD also contains a live video clip.
  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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451 - NAKED CITY: THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS: Naked City

  This 5xCD set includes NAKED CITY (1990), HERETIC (1992), GRAND GUIGNOL 
  (1992), RADIO (1993), ABSINTHE (1993), TORTURE GARDEN (1994), and LENG TCH'E
  (1992).

  Disc 1: NAKED CITY
    1/ Batman
    2/ Sicilian Clan
    3/ You Will Be Shot
    4/ Latin Quarter
    5/ Shot In the Dark
    6/ Reanimator
    7/ Snagglepuss
    8/ I Want To Live
    9/ Lonely Woman
    10/ Igneous Ejaculation
    11/ Blood Duster
    12/ Hammerhead
    13/ Demon Sanctuary
    14/ Obeah Man
    15/ Ujaku
    16/ Fuck The Facts
    17/ Speedball
    18/ Chinatown
    19/ Punk China Doll
    20/ N.Y. Flat Top Box
    21/ Saigon Pickup
    22/ James Bond Theme
    23/ Den Of Sins
    24/ Contempt
    25/ Graveyard Shift
    26/ Inside Straight
  Disc 2: GRAND GUIGNOL
    27/ Grand Guignol
    28/ Blood Is Thin
    29/ Thrash Jazz Assassin
    30/ Dead Spot
    31/ Bonehead
    32/ Piledriver
    33/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng
    34/ Numbskull
    35/ Perfume Of A Critic's Burning Flesh
    34/ Jazz Snob Eat Shit
    37/ Prestidigitator
    38/ No Reason To Believe
    39/ Hellraiser
    40/ Torture Garden
    41/ Slan
    42/ Ways Of Pain
    43/ Noose
    44/ Sack Of Shit
    45/ Blunt Instrument
    46/ Osaka Bondage
    47/ Shallow Grave
    48/ Kaoru
    49/ Dead Dread
    50/ Billy Liar
    51/ Victims Of Torture
    52/ Speedfreaks
    53/ New Jersey Scum Swamp
    54/ S/M Sniper
    55/ Pigfucker
    56/ Cairo Chop Shop
    57/ Facelifter
    58/ Whiplash
    59/ Blade
    60/ Gob Of Spit
    61/ Cathédrale Engloutie
    62/ Douloureux, Dechirant
    63/ Tres Lent, Contemplatif
    64/ Allegro Drammatico
    65/ Prophetiae Sybillarum
    66/ Cage
    67/ Louange À L'Éternité De Jésus
    68/ Grand Guignol [Version Vocale]
  Disc 3: HERETIC
    69/ Main Titles
    70/ Sex Games
    71/ Brood
    72/ Sweat, Sperm + Blood
    73/ Vliet
    74/ Heretic 1
    75/ Submission
    76/ Heretic 2
    77/ Catacombs
    78/ Heretic 3
    79/ My Master, My Slave
    80/ Saint Jude
    81/ Conqueror Worm
    82/ Dominatrix 2B
    83/ Back Through The Looking Glass
    84/ Here Come The 7,000 Frogs
    85/ Slaughterhouse/Chase Sequence
    86/ Castle Keep
    87/ Mantra Of Resurrected Shit
    88/ Trypsicore
    89/ Fire And Ice (Club Scene)
    90/ Crosstalk
    91/ Copraphagist Rituals
    92/ Labyrinth
  Disc 4: RADIO
    93/ Asylum
    94/ Sunset Surfer
    95/ Party Girl
    96/ Outsider
    97/ Triggerfingers
    98/ Terkmani Teepee
    99/ Sex Fiend
    100/ Razorwire
    101/ Bitter And The Sweet
    102/ Krazy Kat
    103/ Vault
    104/ Metaltov
    105/ Poisonhead
    106/ Bone Orchard
    107/ I Die Screaming
    108/ Pistol Whipping
    109/ Skatekey
    110/ Shock Corridor
    111/ American Psycho
  Disc 5: ABSINTHE/LENG TCH'E
    112/ Val De Travers
    113/ Correspondance
    114/ Fée Verte
    115/ Fleurs Du Mal
    116/ Artemisia Absinthium
    117/ Notre Dame De l'Oubli
    118/ Verlaine, Pt. 1: Un MIDI Moins Dix
    119/ Verlaine, Pt. 2: La Bleue
    120/ ...Rend Fou
    121/ Leng Tch'e

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboard; Fred Frith:
  bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamataka Eye: vocals; Mike Patton: vocals.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7344-5 (5xCD)
    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7344-5 (5xCD)

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452 - ORIGINAL MASTERS - SOUNDTRACK WORKS SELECTION: Brian Eno

    1/ Two Rapid Formations                     (Eno)                    3:24
    2/ 'There Is Nobody'                        (Eno)                    1:43
    3/ Northern Lights                          (Eno)                    2:14
    4/ Roman Twilight                           (Eno)                    3:39
    5/ Deep Blue Day                            (Eno, Lanois, R. Eno)    3:53
    6/ An Ending (An Ascent)                    (Eno)                    4:21
    7/ Thursday Afternoon (Edit)                (Eno)                   11:52

    Produced by Brian Eno with Rhett Davies and Daniel Lanois (5-7)

  Brian Eno: all instruments; ; Bill MacCormick (1): bass guitar; Dave
  Mattacks (1): percussion; Fred Frith (1): electric guitar; Daniel Lanois
  (5-7); Roger Eno (5-7); unknown personnel (3,4).

    2005 - Virgin (UK), ENOPROMO 3 (promo CD)

  See MUSIC FOR FILMS (1978) for further references on (1,2), and MORE MUSIC
  FOR FILMS (2005) on (3,4).

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453 - MASS CULTURE CONTROL BUREAU..... THINGS FROM THE PAST: various artists

  This record re-releases the entire MCCB catalogue plus other unreleased
  tracks. It features The Black Sheep (1-5,19-21), Kontakt Mikrofoon Orkest
  (6,7), Geoff Leigh (8-12,22), Red Balune (13-18).

    1/ Buy MCCB                                 (Black Sheep)            3:58
    2/ Slow Motion                              (Black Sheep)            3:24
    3/ Counting Sheep                           (Black Sheep)            4:41
    4/ Animal Sounds                            (Black Sheep)            3:14
    5/ Non Stop Fun Pop                         (Black Sheep)            3:18
    6/ Living In Rotterdam                      (K.M.O.)                 2:45
    7/ Do The Residue                           (K.M.O.)                 4:25
    8/ Black Metal Twist                        (Leigh)                  3:11
    9/ Shah Of Iran                             (Leigh)                  2:17
    10/ Chemical Bank                           (Leigh)                  2:40
    11/ Psychotropics Ganglions                 (Leigh)                  4:17
    12/ Starshooters                            (Leigh)                  4:03
    13/ Maximum Penalty                         (Williams)               6:18
    14/ Trees And Tanks                         (Leigh, Mushgrove)       3:38
    15/ Animus                                  (Williams)               3:15
    16/ Rubber Raisin                           (Sun Ra, Leigh, Red
                                                Balune)                  2:22
    17/ Capitalist Kid                          (Williams)               2:11
    18/ Spider In Love                          (Van Saus, Red Balune)   2:26
    19/ Sweet Cat                               (Black Sheep)            3:02
    20/ Strangelove                             (Black Sheep)            2:55
    21/ Power                                   (Van Saus, Mc Clure)     3:58
    22/ Childhood Dreams                        (Leigh)                  3:42

    (1-5,19-20) recorded in Rotterdam in 1981
    (6,7) recorded at Backlash Studios, Rotterdam on February 10-11, 1981
    (8-12) recorded at Sunrise Studios, Switzerland in June 1979
    (13-16) recorded at Sunrise Studios, Switzerland in January 1979
    (17,18) recorded in Bristol in January 1978
    (21) recorded in Rotterdam in Spring 1985
    (22) recorded in Wodecq, Belgium in June 1990

  Geoff Leigh (1-12,14,16-20,22): vocals, saxophones, guitar, organ, drums,
  analogue sequencer, keyboards, bits and bobs, computer sequencing, ambient
  noises; Aloijsius Van Saus (1-7,17,18-21): vocals, organ, guitar, trumpet;
  Colin Mc Clure (1-7,13-21): electric bass, guitar, backing vocals, cello,
  clank guitar, tuba, accordion; The Machine (1-5,19): groove department; Leo
  De Pagter (2,3,6,7,19): synthesizer; Ron Broekhart (5): guitar; Graham
  Keatley (5): backing vocals; Gert Van Seters (6,7): drums; Jos Valster
  (6,7): saxophones, backing vocals ; Chris Wangro (6,7,20): bass clarinet,
  space gun, backing vocals; Cathy Williams (8-18): vocals; piano, clavinet,
  organ, electric piano; Etienne Conod (12): backing vocals; Robin Musgrove
  (13-18): drums, bongos, bells; Fred Frith (13,15): guitar, violin; Tim
  Hodgkinson (13,15): organ, sax; Chris Cutler (13,15): piano frame scrape,
  burning ideas; Marc Hollander (13,15): saxophone, bass clarinet; Mrs Spider
  (18): vocals; Henk Weltevreden (17,18): organ; Zeena Parkins (20): backing
  vocals; Ron Krepel (21): drums; Theo Olsthoorn (21): guitar;

    2005 - Ad Hoc Records (USA), AD HOC 01 (CD)

  Note: (1-5) were previously released on ANIMAL SOUNDS VOL. I (1982), (6,7)
  on DO THE RESIDUE/LIVING IN ROTTERDAM (1981), (8-12) on THE CHEMICAL BANK
  (1979), (13-16) on MAXIMUM PENALTY (1979), (17,18) on CAPITALIST KID/SPIDER
  IN LOVE (1978), (20) on RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER (1982), and (21) on THE
  RE RECORDS QUARTERLY VOL 1 No 4 (1986).

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454 - ELECTRIC ASCENSION: Rova::Orkestrova

    1/ Ascension                                (John Coltrane)         63:49

    Recorded live for KFJC-FM, Los Altos (USA) on February 8, 2003
    Produced by Larry Ochs and Jon Raskin

  Chris Brown: electronics; Nels Cline: guitar; Fred Frith: bass; Ikue Mori:
  drum machines, sampler; Don Robinson: drums; Otomo Yoshihide: turntables,
  electronics; Carla Kihlstedt: violin, effects; Jenny Scheinman: violin;
  Bruce Ackley: soprano; Steve Adams: alto; Larry Ochs: tenor; Jon Raskin:
  baritone saxophone.

    2005 - Atavistic (USA), ALP159CD (CD)

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455 - YES: various artists

  This soundtrack to the film by Sally Potter features Uakti (1), Dmitri
  Alexeev (2), B.B. King & Eric Clapton (3), Gustavo Santaolalla (4), Winds of
  Passion (5), Fred Frith & Sally Potter (6), Yefim Bronfman (7), Claude
  Chalhoub (8), Fred Frith (9), Katia & Marielle Labeque (10), Gonzalo Grau
  (11), Thomas Bloch & Fred Frith (12,15), Yeghish Manoukian (13), Kronos
  Quartet (14).

  Fred Frith plays on four tracks:

    6/ Pink Shoes                               (Potter, Frith)          3:34
    9/ Run                                      (Potter, Frith)          3:19
    12/ Sweet                                   (Potter)                 1:52
    15/ Fawn                                    (Tom Waits, K. Brennan)  1:48

    (6,9,12,15) recorded at Studios Merijthur, Paris
    Produced by Sally Potter

  Fred Frith (6,9,12,15): bass, guitars; Sally Potter (6): clapping; Thomas
  Bloch (12,15): ondes Martenot, cristal Baschet.

    2005 - Edge Music/Deutsche Grammophon (Germany), 00289 477 5387 (CD)

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456 - PERMANENT RECORD: THE VERY BEST OF VIOLENT FEMMES: Violent Femmes

    1/ Gimme The Car                                                     5:05
    2/ Blister In The Sun                                                2:23
    3/ Gone Daddy Gone/I Just Want To Make Love To You                   3:05
    4/ Kiss Off                                                          2:53
    5/ Add It Up                                                         4:44
    6/ Black Girls                                                       5:41
    7/ Jesus Walking On The Water                                        3:05
    8/ Children Of The Revolution                                        4:17
    9/ I Held Her In My Arms                                             2:50
    10/ Nightmares                                                       3:31
    11/ American Music                                                   3:55
    12/ Breakin' Up                                                      3:59
    13/ Color Me Once                                                    4:10
    14/ I Danced                                                         2:12
    15/ Country Death Song (Live, 1998)                                  5:00
    16/ Freak Magnet                                                     2:35
    17/ [silence]                                                        0:05
    18/ [silence]                                                        0:05
    19/ [silence]                                                        0:05
    20/ Good Feeling                                                     4:35

    2005 - Slash/Rhino (USA), R2 78472 (CD)

  See THE BLIND LEADING THE NAKED (1986) for further references on (8).

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457 - THEATRE ROYAL DRURY LANE 8TH SEPTEMBER 1974: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Introduction by John Peel                                         2:18
    2/ Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening
                                                (Hugh Hopper)            1:36
    3/ Memories                                 (Hugh Hopper)            3:58
    4/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)                  9:13
    5/ A Last Straw                             (Wyatt)                  4:38
    6/ Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                  6:42
    7/ Alife                                    (Wyatt)                  4:28
    8/ Alifib                                   (Wyatt)                  6:24
    9/ Mind Of A Child                          (Julie Tippetts)         5:26
    10/ Instant Pussy                           (Wyatt)                  4:22
    11/ Signed Curtain                          (Wyatt)                  4:42
    12/ Calyx                                   (Phil Miller, Wyatt)     3:19
    13/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                  6:12
    14/                                                                  7:36
      14a/ I'm A Believer                       (Neil Diamond)
      14b/ Laughing Policeman

    Recorded live at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London on September 8, 1974

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, percussion, keyboards; John Peel (1): voice; Dave
  Stewart (2-8,10-14): electric piano, organ; Laurie Allan (2-8,10-14): drums;
  Hugh Hopper (2-8,10-14): bass; Nick Mason (10,11,13,14): drums; Fred Frith
  (2,3,4,6,13,14): violin, guitar, viola; Mike Oldfield (4,7,8,11,13,14): gui-
  tar, synthesizer; Julie Tippetts (9,10,14): vocals, piano; Mongezi Feza (6,
  14): trumpet; Gary Windo (7,14): tenor; Ivor Cutler (13): voice.

    2005 - Hannibal (UK), HNCD 1507 (CD)
    2005 - Hannibal (UK), HNCD 1507ADV (promo CD)
    2005 - Hannibal (USA), HNCD 1507 (CD)
    2005 - ??? (Japan), VACK-1299 (CD)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGLP48 (LP)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGCD48 (CD) 
    2009 - Domino Records (UK), DOMRW1CDX (14xCD)

  Note: the UK and US pressings are the same except for the packaging: a 
  digipack for the UK edition, a jewel box for the US one.
  Note: the 14xCD set is called BOX and contains ROCK BOTTOM (1974), THEATRE 
  ROYAL DRURY LANE 8TH SEPTEMBER 1974 (2005), RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD 
  (1975), NOTHING CAN STOP US (1982), OLD ROTTENHAT (1985), DONDESTAN (1991),
  SHLEEP (1997), CUCKOOLAND (2003), COMICOPERA (2007), EPS (1999).

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458 - GLASS TUBE: After Dinner

  Disc 1:
    1/ Sepia-ture I                             (Haco)                   1:37
    2/ An Accelerating Etude                    (Haco)                   4:12
    3/ Soknya-doll                              (Haco)                   3:04
    4/ Shovel & Little Lady                     (Haco)                   2:35
    5/ Desert                                   (After Dinner)           2:06
    6/ Glass Tube                               (Haco)                   5:51
    7/ Dessert                                  (After Dinner)           2:47
    8/ Sepia-ture II                            (Haco)                   2:27
    9/ The Room of Hair-mobile                  (Haco)                   3:17
  Disc 2 (CD-3):
    10/ After Dinner                            (Haco)                   5:20
    11/ Cymbals At Dawn                         (Haco)                   4:20

    Recorded at M.U.E. Studio, Osaka (Japan) in 1981-1983
    (9) recorded at M.U.E. Studio, Osaka (Japan) in July 1984 and February
    1985
    Produced by Yasushi Utsunomiya and Haco/After Dinner
    (9) produced by Fred Frith

  Haco (1-4,6,8-11): vocals, miniature 13-string koto, plastic flute, key-
  boards, percussion, synthesizers, tapes, tambourine; Yasushi Utsunomiya (1,
  4,6,8-11): cicada, nightingale, tapes, voice, synthesizer, taisho-goto, 
  effects, drums, glass tube, piano, bass, percussion; Miyuki Komori (1,5-9):
  guitar, drums, bass drum, fretless guitar, bass, percussion, voice; Masaaki
  Kawaguchi (1,5,7,8): snare drum, surumondal; Tadahiko Yokogawa (1,6,8,9):
  bass, violin; Yukio Fujimoto (4): sound objects; Toru Shimura (4): sound
  objects; Yoko Inui (4): sound objects; Ayumi Torii (4): sound objects;
  Shinichiro Taniguchi (4): narration; Teppu Maeda (5,7): Indian pipe, voice;
  Kogaibo-senkyu Okuda (5,7,9): tabla, surumondal, steel drum; Masaharu Ito
  (8,10,11): soprano, marching drums; Seiichi Kuroda (8,9): tenor; Kaname 
  Nakagawa (8): alto; Fred Frith (9): backing vocals; Chaka (10,11): bass,
  percussion, voice; Manabu Shimura (10,11): piano, voice; Tanii (10,11):
  violin.

    2005 - Arcangelo (Japan), ARC-7088-89 (CD+CD-3)

  See WELCOME TO DREAMLAND (1986) for further references on (9).

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459 - THE COMPASS, LOG AND LEAD: Fred Frith, Carla Kihlstedt, Stevie Wishart

    1/ Time Comes Presto                                                 3:14
    2/ A Beautiful Thing To Forget/Far Ej Tackas                         4:50
    3/ Look At Sky Go                                                    3:39
    4/ Dog-Eared                                                         2:04
    5/ I Am Buffalo Bill Today                                           4:12
    6/ Initially This                                                    2:38
    7/ Postcard From The Back                                            3:55
    8/ I Am Map                                                          3:31
    9/ Abstract Expresssionism                                           5:16
    10/ Dream As A Means                                                 3:15
    11/ Aller Retour                                                     4:13
    12/ Time Goes Largo                                                  2:45

    Recorded live at New Improved Recording, Oakland in October 2003

  Fred Frith: acoustic guitar, lowry organ, violin; Carla Kihlstedt: violin,
  nyckelharpa; Stevie Wishart: hurdy-gurdy, electronics, violin.

    2005 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 103 (CD)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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461 - BILL LASWELL & MATERIAL

  Disc 1:
    1/ Take A Chance							 4:31
    2/ I'm The One							 5:26
    3/ Time Out								 4:52
    4/ Let Me Have It All						 5:23
    5/ Come Down							 4:44
    6/ Holding On							 4:40
    7/ Memories								 3:59
    8/ Don't Lose Control						 4:17
    9/ Busting Out							 8:01
  Disc 2:
    10/ O.A.O.								 4:43
    11/ White Man							 7:40
    12/ On Sadism							 5:04
    13/ Process/Motion							 4:34
    14/ Discourse							 4:05
    15/ Slow Murder							 3:59
    16/ Secret Life							 5:45
    17/ Reduction							 5:30
    18/ Heritage							 3:33
    19/ Dark Things							 5:10
    20/ Detached							 5:02
    21/ Ciquri								 6:22
  Disc 3:
    22/ Voice Of Thunder						21:51
    23/ Speed Of Light							22:27

    2005 - Golden Stars (Netherlands), GSS 5406 (3xCD)

  See ONE DOWN (1982) for further references on (3).

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462 - NIGHT OF THE LIVING COMPOSERS: New Music Works

  This 2xCD set features compositions by Lou Harrison (1-3), Paul Nauert (4),
  Fred Frith (5,33), Jack Body (6-10), Hyo-Shin Na (11), Philip Collins (12-
  21,30-32), Jon Scoville (22-28), Allen Strange (29), Henry Brant (34). 

  Disc 1:
    1-3/ Concerto In Slendro (1953)		(Lou Harrison)		10:07
    4/ Subtext (1998)				(Paul Nauert)		 6:59
    5/ Screen (1968-96)				(Fred Frith)		 3:40
    6-10/ Tribute To The Blues (2005)		(Jack Body)		22:19
    11/ 3 And Piano (2003)			(Hyo-Shin Na)		12:07
    12-21/ Requies Ranarum (1999)		(Philip Collins)	20:58
  Disc 2:
    22-28/ Les Mysteres Du Chateau Du De (2001) (Jon Scoville)		17:28
    29/ King Of Handcuffs (2000)		(Allen Strange)		11:16
    30-32/ Airs (1995-2002)			(Philip Collins)	 9:35
    33/ Light At The End Of The Tunnel (2001)	(Fred Frith)		 6:14
    34/ Glossary (2000)				(Henry Brant)		31:14

  New Music Works Ensemble (1-3,5-10,12-28,33,34); Philip Collins (1-3,6-10,
  12-28,34): conductor; Cynthia Baehr (1-3): violin; William Winant (1-3): 
  percussion; David Tanenbaum (4): guitar; Fred Frith (5,33): prompter, con-
  ductor; Philip Flavin (11): shamisen; Philip Gelb (11): shakuhachi; Shoko
  Hikage (11): koto; Thomas Schultz (11): piano; Colleen Donovan (12-21): 
  soprano; Charles M. Bogert (12-21): narration; Brian Staufenbiel (29): 
  tenor; Bruce Foster (30-32): clarinet; Marie Bafus (34): soprano.

    2006 - no label (USA), no catalog number (2xCD)

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463 - THE CELLULOID COLLECTION: The Golden Palominos

  Disc 1:
    1/ Boy (Go)
    2/ Buenos Aires
    3/ Under The cap
    4/ The Animal Speaks
    5/ Two Sided Fist
    6/ Over 
    7/ Clean Plate 
    8/ Angel Of Death 
    9/ Clustering Train 
    10/ (Kind Of) True 
    11/ A Letter Back 
    12/ Faithless Heart 
  Disc 2:
    13/ The Animal Speaks 
    14/ Wild River 
    15/ Brides Of Jesus 
    16/ Darklands 
    17/ Only One Party 
    18/ I've Been The One 
    19/ ID 
    20/ Shattered Image 
    21/ The Push And The shove 
    22/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder 
    23/ Lucky 
    24/ Omaha 

    2006 - Atom (Germany), ATOM2043 (2xCD)

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464 - DUO (VICTORIAVILLE) 2005: Anthony Braxton, Fred Frith

    1/ Improvisation No 1                       (Braxton, Frith)        11:07
    2/ Improvisation No 2                       (Braxton, Frith)        10:53
    3/ Improvisation No 3                       (Braxton, Frith)        22:52
    4/ Improvisation No 4                       (Braxton, Frith)         3:19
    5/ Improvisation No 5                       (Braxton, Frith)         8:02

    Recorded live at the 22th Festival International de Musique Actuelle de
    Victoriaville, Quebec (Canada) on May 20, 2005

  Anthony Braxton: alto, soprano, sopranino; Fred Frith: guitar.

    2006 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 100 (CD)

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465 - TOTALLY SPINNING: Rova

    1/ Let's Go Totally Spinning                (Raskin)                 8:08
    2/ Stiction                                 (Adams)                  6:35
    3/ Radar 11/19/01                           (Rova)                   4:02
    4/ Cuernavaca Starlight For Charles Mingus  (Adams)                  7:54
    5/ Kick It                                  (Fred Frith)             3:40
    6/ It's A Journey, Not A Destination        (Raskin)                15:49
    7/ Preshrunk                                (Adams)                  5:37
    8/ Radar, Version 731                       (Rova)                   8:11

    (1,2) recorded at Sharkbite Studio, Oakland (USA) on 14 April 1996
    (3-8) recorded at Mr. Toads, San Francisco on November 18-19, 1996 (?)
    Produced by Rova

  Larry Ochs: tenor, sopranino; Jon Raskin: baritone saxophone; Bruce Ackley: 
  soprano; Steve Adams: alto, sopranino.

    2006 - Black Saint (Italy), 120206-2 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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466 - THE BRUISED ROMANTIC GLEE CLUB: Jakko M. Jakszyk

  Disc 1: Now
    1/ The Bruised Romantic Glee Club		(Jakszyk)		 7:34
    2/ Variations On A Theme By Holst		(Jakszyk)		 1:15
    3/ Catley's Ashes				(Jakszyk)		 6:15
    4/ When Peggy Came Home			(Jakszyk)		 2:00
    5/ Highgate Hill				(Jakszyk)		 6:23
    6/ Forgiving   				(Fripp, Jakszyk)	 5:06
    7/ No One Left To Lie To			(Jakszyk)		 4:56
    8/ The Things We Throw Away			(Connah)		 4:13
    9/ Doxy, Dali And Duchamp			(Jakszyk)		 4:54
    10/ Srebrenica				(Jakszyk)		 3:38
    11/ When We Go Home				(Jakszyk)		 5:51
  Disc 2: Then
    12/ As Long As We Lie Perfectly Still 	(Wyatt, Ratledge)	 3:03
    13/ That Still And Pefect Summer		(Jakszyk)		 0:55
    14/ Astral Projection In Pinner 		(Stewart)		 0:59
    15/ Pictures Of An Indian City 		(Fripp, Sinfield)	 8:07
    16/ Nirvana For Mice 			(Frith)			 4:31
    17/ Islands					(Fripp, Sinfield)	 9:28
    18/ The Citizen King 			(T. Hodgkinson)		 6:26
    19/ Soon After				(Jakszyk)		 1:47

    Recorded at Silesia Sound, London
    (12-14) recorded at 218, Streatham, London
    (19) recorded in JJ's bedroom, Durrants Drive, Croxley Green, Herts
    Produced by Jakko M. Jakszyk

  Jakko M. Jakszyk: vocals, guitars, balalaika, bass, programming, fake bass 
  clarinet, keyboards, fake choir, Irish low whistle, percussion, strings, 
  whistles, Mellotron, sitar guitars, flute, stylophone; Mel Collins (1,3,7,
  15,17): flute, tenor, alto, soprano, bass flute; Gavin Harrison (1,3,5-7,9,
  15,16,18): drums; Caroline Lavelle (2): cello; Helen Kaminga (2): viola; Ian
  MacDonald (2): flute; Mark King (3): bass; Chris Baker (4): Irish Priest;
  Nathan King (5): bass; Robert Fripp (6,11): soundscapes, guitars; John 
  Giblin (6): bass; Lyndon Connah (8): piano; Dave Stewart (9,12-14,16,18): 
  piano, organ, horn and woodwind arrangements, guide keyboards, painstaking
  programming, grand piano, harmonium, fake harp and bassoon, keyboards; Danny
  Thompson (9,17): bass; Suzanne Barbieri (11): backing vocals; Django Jakszyk
  (11): voice; Camille Jakszyk (11): voice; Hugh Hopper (12-14): bass; Clive
  Brooks (12-14): drums; Gary Barnacle (12-14): alto flute, flute, bass flute,
  piccolo, tenor, soprano; Pandit Dinesh (15): tabla, vocals; Ian Wallace 
  (17): drums.

    2006 - IcenI (UK), ICNCD 2007 (2xCD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play in this record.

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467 - IRONIC UNIVERSE: Janet Feder + Fred Frith

  CD:
    1/ Opening                                  (Feder)                  4:25
    2/ Heart Beat Faster                        (Feder, Frith)           4:20
    3/ Torn                                     (Feder, Frith)           0:54
    4/ Short Story                              (Feder)                  3:17
    5/ See You On The Beach                     (Feder, Frith)           1:11
    6/ Loose Slots                              (Feder)                  3:23
    7/ Six Of One                               (Feder, Frith)           1:16
    8/ Cricket                                  (Feder)                  4:08
    9/ Hover                                    (Feder, Frith)           2:10
    10/ Waking The Day                          (Feder)                  3:07
    11/ Blue State                              (Feder)                  3:39
    12/ Closing                                 (Feder, Frith)           6:03
  DVD:
    13/ untitled                                (Frith)                 26:31
    14/ Opening                                 (Feder)                  4:45
    15/ I Hear Voices                           (Feder)                  3:43
    16/ Heart Beat Faster                       (Feder)                  4:53

    (1-12) no recording information
    (13) recorded live at Boulder, Colorado on February 20, 2004
    (14-16) recorded live at Denver, Colorado on May 11, 2006

  Janet Feder: guitars (1-12, 14-16); Fred Frith: guitars (2,3,5,7,9,12,13).

    2006 - Ad Hoc Records (US), AD HOC 19/20 (CD+DVD)

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468 - THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS: The Golden Palominos

  Disc 1:
    1/ I've Been The One
    2/ Something Becomes Nothing
    3/ The Push And The Shove
    4/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder
    5/ Angels
    6/ Diamond
    7/ Faithless Heart
    8/ Work Was New
    9/ Strong, Simple Silences
    10/ Brides Of Jesus
  Disc 2:
    11/ Only One Party
    12/ Clustering Train
    13/ Omaha
    14/ The Animal Speaks
    15/ Silver Bullet
    16/ (Kind Of) True
    17/ Buenos Aires
    18/ Boy (Go)
  Disc 3:
    19/ Clean Plate
    20/ Hot Seat
    21/ Under The Cap
    22/ Monday Night
    23/ Cookout
    24/ I.D.
    25/ Two Sided Fist

    2006 (?) - Golden Stars (Netherlands), GSS 5407 (3xCD)

  Note: the titles of (11) and (18) are switched.

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references.

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469 - IMPUR: Fred Frith

    1/ Impur                                    (Fred Frith)            54:56

    Recorded live at l'Ecole Nationale de Musique de Villeurbanne, France on
    May 30, 1996

  Fred Frith: chamber orchestra's section leader; Nasser Saidani: African
  percussion's section leader; Catherine Guinamard: recorders' section leader;
  David Wood: Ensemble heteroclite's section leader; Pascal Pariaud: clari-
  nets' section leader; Sophie Dufeutrelle: flutes' section leader; Laure
  Michel: recorder; Catherine Leuchter: recorder; Fatiha Semail: recorder;
  Joel Jorda: clarinet; Laurent Vichard: clarinet; Samuel Chagnard: soprano,
  bass clarinet; Stéphane Lambert: alto; Laurent Frick: trumpet; Patrick
  Charbonnier: trombone; Alain Chaleard: tablas; Claire Mollard: percussion;
  Stéphane Grosjean: percussion; Gilles Laval: electric guitar; Ghilem
  Lacroux: electric guitar; Bader Gharzouli: electric guitar; Franklin Ribaud:
  electric guitar; Guillaume Quemener: electric guitar; and more students and
  teachers from L'Ecole Nationale de Musique de Villeurbanne.

    2006 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), FRFC 1 (CD)

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470 - LATE NIGHT TALES - NOUVELLE VAGUE: various artists

  This record features The Special Aka (1), Nouvelle Vague (2), Os Mutantes
  (3), Pale Fountains (4), Charlie Rich (5), Tones On Tail (6), Phoebe
  Killdeer (7), Avril (8), Shirley Horn (9), Gavin Bryars (10), David Sylvian
  (11), Art Bears (12), Peggy Lee / Sy Oliver & his Orchestra (13), Glen
  Campbell (14), Isabelle Antena (15), Anja Garbarek (16), Les Petroleuses
  (17), Cibelle (18), This Mortal Coil (19), Julie London (20), David Shrigkey
  (21).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Art Bears:

    12/ Civilization                            (Art Bears)              3:31

    2006 - Azuli Records (UK), ??? (promo CD)
    2007 - Azuli Records (UK), ALNCD17 (CD)

  See THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY (1981) for further references on (12).

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471 - ROCK & FOLK MONSTER No.13: various artists

  This audio companion to the January 2006 issue of the French magazine ROCK &
  FOLK features The Strokes (1), Baby Shambles (2), The Greenhornes(3), Franz
  Ferdinand (4), The Lords Of Altamont (5), The Brian Jonestown Massacre (6),
  Animal Collective (7), El Presidente (8), Broadcast (9), Arctic Monkeys
  (10), The Accidents (11), Readymade (12), Made Out Of Babies(13), Charley
  Patton (14), New Black (15), The Kingsbury Manx (16), Phil Manzanera (17),
  Robert Wyatt (18), We (19), Hubert-Felix Thiefaine (20), Green Dollar Colour
  (21), System Of A Down (21).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Robert Wyatt:

    18/ Memories                                (Robert Wyatt)           3:24

    2006 - Rock & Folk (France), No13 (magazine+CD)

  See THEATRE ROYAL DRURY LANE (2005) for further references on (18).

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472 - HENRY COW BOX: Henry Cow

  Limited box set (200 copies) with LEG END, UNREST, IN PRAISE OF LEARNING,
  DESPERATE STRAIGHTS, CONCERTS, WESTERN CULTURE, plus one CD of unreleased
  material (live concert of the Orckestra with the Mike Westbrook Brass Band).

  Disc 1: LEG END
    1/ Nirvana For Mice				(Frith)			 4:56
    2/ Amygdala					(Hodgkinson)		 6:57
    3/ Teenbeat Introduction			(Henry Cow)		 4:32
    4/ Teenbeat					(Frith, Greaves)	 6:47
    5/ Extract from 'With The Yellow Half-Moon And Blue Star'
						(Frith)			 3:38
    6/ Teenbeat (reprise)			(Frith)		 	 5:04
    7/ The Tenth Chaffinch			(Henry Cow)		 6:03
    8/ Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King	(Hodgkinson)		 5:29
  Disc 2: UNREST 
    9/ Bittern Storm Over Ulm 			(Frith)			 2:18
    10/ Half Asleep; Half Awake			(Greaves)		 7:59
    11/ Ruins					(Frith)			12:10
    12/ Solemn Music				(Frith)			 1:11
    13/ Linguaphonie				(Henry Cow)		 5:31
    14/ Upon Entering The Hotel Adlon		(Henry Cow)		 3:04
    15/ Arcades					(Henry Cow)		 1:57
    16/ Deluge 					(Henry Cow)		 5:24
  Disc 3: DESPERATE STRAIGHTS
    17/ Some Questions About Hats		(Moore, Blegvad)	 1:53
    18/ The Owl					(Moore)			 2:17
    19/ A Worm Is At Work			(Moore, Blegvad)  	 1:52
    20/ Bad Alchemy				(Greaves, Blegvad)	 3:06
    21/ Europa					(Moore, Blegvad)	 2:48
    22/ Desperate Straights			(Moore)		 	 4:14
    23/ Riding Tigers				(Blegvad)		 2:02
    24/ Apes In Capes				(Moore)			 2:16
    25/ Strayed					(Blegvad)		 1:54
    26/ Giants					(Moore, Blegvad)	 1:57
    27/ Excerpt from The Messiah		(Handel, Blegvad)	 1:49
    28/ In The Sickbay				(Dagmar, Blegvad)	 2:09
    29/ Caucasian Lullaby			(Cutler, Moore)		 8:25
  Disc 4: IN PRAISE OF LEARNING
    30/ War					(Moore, Blegvad)	 2:31
    31/ Living In The Heart Of The Beast	(Hodgkinson)		16:18
    32/ Beginning: The Long March		(Henry Cow, Slapp Happy) 6:00
    33/ Beautiful As The Moon - Terrible As An Army With Banners
						(Frith, Cutler)		 7:02
    34/ Morning Star				(Henry Cow, Slapp Happy) 6:02
  Disc 5: CONCERTS disc 1
    35/ Beautiful As The Moon-Terrible As An Army With Banners 
						(Frith, Cutler)		 5:41
    36/ Nirvana For Mice 			(Frith) 		 5:30
    37/Ottawa Song 				(Frith, Cutler)		 4:15
    38/ Gloria Gloom 				(Wyatt, McCormick)	 4:13
    39/ Beautiful As The Moon (Reprise) 	(Frith, Cutler)		 3:11
    40/ Bad Alchemy 				(Greaves, Blegvad)	 2:54
    41/ Little Red Riding Hood Hits The Road 	(Wyatt)			 5:49
    42/ Ruins 					(Frith) 		16:29
    43/ Groningen 				(Hodgkinson, Henry Cow)  8:53
    44/ Groningen Again 			(Henry Cow)		 7:26
  Disc 6: CONCERTS disc 2
    45/ Oslo 1 					(Henry Cow)		 5:38
    46/ Oslo 2 					(Henry Cow)		 3:15
    47/ Oslo 3 					(Henry Cow)		 3:23
    48/ Oslo 4 					(Henry Cow)		 3:00
    49/ Oslo 5					(Henry Cow)		 3:00
    50/ Oslo 6 					(Henry Cow)		 1:44
    51/ Oslo 7 					(Henry Cow)		 4:54
    52/ Oslo 8 					(Henry Cow)		 4:01
    53/ Off the Map 				(Hodgkinson, Cutler, 
						Frith) 			 8:22
    54/ Cafe Royal 				(Frith) 		 3:20
    55/ 								 9:58
      55a/ Keeping Warm In Winter 		(Frith, Greaves)
      55b/ Sweet Heart Of Mine 			(Henry Cow)
    56/ Udine 					(Henry Cow) 		 9:39
  Disc 7: WESTERN CULTURE
  History & Prospects
    57/ Industry 				(Hodgkinson)		 6:57
    58/ The Decay Of Cities			(Hodgkinson)		 6:55
    59/ On The Raft 				(Hodgkinson)		 4:01
  Day by Day
    60/ Falling Away				(Cooper)		 7:38
    61/ Gretels Tale				(Cooper)		 3:57
    62/ Look Back				(Cooper)		 1:19
    63/ 1/2 The Sky				(Cooper, Hodgkinson)	 5:07
  Disc 8: UNRELEASED ORCKESTRA EXTRACT
    68/ Untitled				(Frith)		 	 3:40
    69/ Would You Prefer Us To Lie? 		(Cutler, Greaves)	 8:03

    (68-69) recorded live by The Orckestra somewhere in Europe in the Spring 
    1978

  Frankie Armstrong (68-69): vocals; Georgie Born (68-69): bass; Dave Chambers 
  (68-69): soprano; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon; Chris Cutler: drums; Fred Frith:
  guitar; Tim Hodgkinson: organ, alto; Dagmar Krause: vocals; Phil Minton (68-
  69): vocals, trumpet; Paul Rutherford (68-69): trombone; Kate Westbrook (68-
  69): euphonium; Mike Westbrook (68-69): piano.

    2006 - ReR Megacorp (UK), no catalogue number (7xCD+CD-3 box set)

  See LEGEND (1973) for further references on (1-8), UNREST (1974) on (9-16), 
  DESPERATE SRTAIGHTS (1975) on (17-29), DESPERATE STRAIGHTS (1975) on (30-
  34), CONCERTS (1976) on (35-56), and WESTERN CULTURE (1979) on (57-67).

  Note: Numbered edition of 200 copies.

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473 - RER USA - DISK GREEN: various artists 

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

    14/ Legs                                                             2:14
  
  one with Henry Cow:

    18/ Bittern Storm Over Ulm                                           2:18

  and one with Skeleton Crew:

    23/ The Border                                                       3:31

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

  See KILLING TIME (1981) for further references on (14), UNREST (1973) for
  (18), and THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS (1986) for (23).

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474 - THE BEST OF LEWIS RECORDINGS: various artists

  This record features Edan (1-4), Dooley-O (5-7), Mighty Casey (8-10), Andrew
  Thompson (11-13), Cinnamon (14-16,19), Funky Redneck (17), Edan And Dagha 
  (18).

  Fred Frith plays on two tracks with Cinnamon:

    16/ Spike Initiating Zone   		(Brett Larner)  	 2:24
    19/ Cakes And Pies (Live Orchestral Version)(Brett Larner)  	 2:41

    2006 - Lewis Recordings (UK), LEWIS028CD (CD)

  See PONY UP! (2004) for further references on (16,19).

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475 - THE HAPPY END PROBLEM (MUSIC FOR DANCE VOL. 5): Fred Frith

  Imitation                                     (Frith)
    1/ Ukon                                                              6:18
    2/ Kira                                                              5:38
    3/ Kio                                                               2:31
    4/ Tan                                                               3:09
    5/ Shi--o                                                            1:31
    6/ Beni                                                              3:52
    7/ Kasumi                                                            3:15
    8/ Sumi                                                              1:11
    9/ Hanabira                                                          3:56
  The Happy End Problem                         (Frith)
    10/ The Happy End Problem                                           21:01

    (1-9) recorded at Guerrilla Sound, Oakland in February 2004
    (10) recorded at Guerrilla Sound, Oakland in February 2003

  Kikutsubo Day (1-9): shakuhachi; Carla Kihlstedt: violin; William Winant:
  percussion; Theresa Wong (1-9): cello; Patrice Scanlon: electronic treat-
  ments, clarinet; Fred Frith: guitar, bass, laptop instruments; Sheela Bringi
  (10): flute; Heather Vorwerck (10): cello; Wu Fei (10): gu zheng.

    2007 - Fred Records/ReR (UK), ReR/FRA 05 (CD)

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476 - THE STONE ISSUE TWO: Fred Frith, Chris Cutler

    1/ [untitled]                               (Frith, Cutler)         50:44

    Recorded live at The Stone, New York City on December 15, 2006
    Produced by John Zorn

  Fred Frith: guitars; Chris Cutler: drums, detritus, electronics.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 0003 (CD)

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477 - MUSICWORKS 97: various artists

  This audio companion to the Spring 2007 issue of the magazine MUSICWORKS
  features Rick Sacks (1-4), Finnbogi Petursson (5), Fred Frith and Peter
  Mettler (6), O+A (7-9), Chiyoko Szlavnics (10-11).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Peter Mettler:

    6/ Live Sound And Image Improvisation at RAI, Rome
                                                (Frith, Mettler)        13:17

    (6) recorded at RAI Radio, Rome (Italy) in 2005

  Fred Frith: guitars, processing; Peter Mettler: field recordings, additional
  sounds, image, and sound mixing.

    2007 - Musicworks (Canada), Musicworks 97 (magazine+CD)

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478 - DRUNKEN FOREST: Death Ambient

    1/ Lake Chad                                (Death Ambient)          4:45
    2/ Greenhouse                               (Death Ambient)          6:01
    3/ Belarus                                  (Death Ambient)          4:11
    4/ A Cocktail Of Chemicals                  (Death Ambient)          3:38
    5/ Thermohaline                             (Death Ambient)          4:11
    6/ Dead Zone                                (Death Ambient)          4:25
    7/ Qianwei Sky                              (Death Ambient)          4:59
    8/ Yellow Rain                              (Death Ambient)          5:11
    9/ River Tigris                             (Death Ambient)          3:59
    10/ Drunken Forest                          (Death Ambient)          6:02
    11/ Coral Necropolis                        (Death Ambient)          6:46

    Recorded at Shadow World, Brooklyn (NY) and at Guerrilla Recording, 
    Oakland (CA) 
    Produced by Kato Hideki

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Ikue Mori: laptop computer; Kato Hideki: bass,
  analog synthesizer, violin, banjo, mandolin, accordion, ukulele, electric
  guitar, lap steel guitar, soprano recorder, alto recorder, glasses, ice and 
  water; Jim Pugliese (2-11): percussion, trumpet, mbira.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7264 (CD)

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479 - LONELY HEART: Massacre

    1/ Send                                     (Massacre)              19:48
    2/ Step                                     (Massacre)               5:10
    3/ In                                       (Massacre)               7:40
    4/ Gracias A La Vida                        (Massacre)              18:31
    5/ Return                                   (Massacre)               6:52
    
    Recorded live at Festival Sons d'Hiver, Paris on January 25, 2003 and at
    Roskilde Festival, Denmark on June 26, 2003
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar; Bill Laswell: bass; Charles Hayward: drums, melodica.
    
    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7619 (CD)

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480 - CUTTER HEADS: Fred Frith, Chris Brown

    1/ Telltale Streamers Of Dust               (Brown, Frith)          10:23
    2/ Nothing But Make Me                      (Brown, Frith)           9:15
    3/ Swing Like Riddle                        (Brown, Frith)           9:17
    4/ Thick Air                                (Brown, Frith)           8:04
    5/ Sings The Foundation                     (Brown, Frith)          11:20
    6/ The Way You Do The Things                (Brown, Frith)           3:42

    Recorded in Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland (California) in January
    2002 and August 2004 

  Chris Brown: piano, electronics; Fred Frith: guitars.

     2007 - Intakt Records (Switzerland), Intakt CD 124 (CD)

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481 - SONGS FROM THE BEGINNING: Alain Blesing

    1/ Slightly All The Time                    (Ratledge, Burroughs)    9:39
    2/ Beautiful As The Moon                    (Cutler, Frith, Blegvad) 9:52
    3/ California                               (R. Plant, J. Page)      5:36
    4/ Mumps [extracts]                         (D. Stewart, Pip Pyle)   9:32
    5/ 1983                                     (Jimi Hendrix)          11:49
    6/ Behind Blue Eyes                         (Daltrey, Townshend)     6:00
    7/ Fracture                                 (Fripp, Dylan Thomas)   14:53

    Recorded at Le Triton, Les Lilas (France) on October 2-4, 2006

  Alain Blesing: guitars; John Greaves: vocals; Hugh Hopper: bass; Catherine
  Delaunay: Bb clarinet, bass clarinet, diatonic accordion; Philippe Botta:
  tenor, soprano; Nicolas Fargeix: Bb clarinet; François Verly: piano, key-
  boards, percussions; Yves Rousseau: bass; Jean-Luc Landsweerdt: drums.

    2007 - Musea (France), FGBG 4655.AR (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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

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

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

  Paolo Angeli: prepared Sardinian guitar.

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

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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483 - REASONS FOR MOVING: Darren Johnston, Fred Frith, Devin Hoff, Larry Ochs,
  Ches Smith

    1/ Passing Fields                           (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         6:25
    2/ Dawn And The Flat Irons                  (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         8:44
    3/ Biocarbon Man                            (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         8:51
    4/ Deep North                               (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         5:56
    5/ Bicarbonate Of Soda, Man                 (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         4:32
    6/ Speed Trap                               (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         2:54
    7/ Distant Cities                           (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         5:31
    8/ QEW                                      (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         3:04
    9/ Reasons For Moving                       (DJ,FF,DH,LO,CS)         6:09

    Recorded at Headless Buddha Lab, Oakland (California) on May 16, 2005
    Produced by Darren Johnston and Larry Ochs

  Darren Johnston: trumpet; Fred Frith: guitar; Larry Ochs: tenor, sopranino;
  Devin Hoff: bass; Ches Smith: drums.

    2007 - Not Two Records (Poland), MW 779-2 (CD)

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484 - THE SUGAR FACTORY: Fred Frith, Evelyn Glennie

    1/ A Route Of Wolves			(Frith, Glennie)	 7:43
    2/ In The World To Change The World		(Frith, Glennie) 	 7:54
    3/ A Rag Of Colts				(Frith, Glennie)	 4:13
    4/ Scuttlebutt				(Frith, Glennie)	 6:07
    5/ A Cast Of Hawks				(Frith, Glennie)	 7:55
    6/									15:05
      6a/ Walls Are Loosening 			(Frith, Glennie) 
      6b/ A Little Prayer 			(Glennie)		

    Recorded at the ZuckerFabrik, Dormagen (Germany) on July 14-16, 2003
    Final recordings at Guerrilla HiFI, Oakland (USA) in October 2006
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: bass, electric guitar, organ, metal objects; Evelyn Glennie: 
  drums, gongs, cymbals, metal objects, vibraphone, steel drum, marimba, 
  simtak, toy piano, bell-tree, paper, voice.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7623 (CD)

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485 - TUVA SPACE 2001: Lesli Dalaba, Fred Frith, Gino Robair, Matthew Sperry

    1/ One 					(LD, FF, GR, MS) 	19:48
    2/ Two 					(LD, FF, GR, MS) 	12:23
    3/ Three 					(LD, FF, GR, MS) 	18:18

    Recorded in Berkeley, California on December 2, 2001

  Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; Fred Frith: guitar; Matthew Sperry: bass; Gino
  Robair: percussion.

    2007 - Limited Sedition (USA), MS005 (CD-R)

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486 - A DISTANT YOUTH: Wu Fei

    1/ Cloud Of Birds                           (Wu Fei, Kihlstedt)      2:54
    2/ Chun Song                                (Wu Fei)                 4:09
    3/ Yu Zhou Chang Wan                        (trad., arr. Wu Fei)     4:14
    4/ Ping Tan                                 (Wu Fei, Kihlstedt)      1:04
    5/ Diao Chan                                (Fei, Kihlstedt, Frith)  4:26
    6/ Hunan                                    (Wu Fei, Norbakken)      2:37
    7/ Summer Palace                            (Wu Fei, Kihlstedt)      2:55
    8/ Three Kingdoms                           (Fei, Kihlstedt, Frith)  1:02
    9/ Dawn                                     (Fei, Kihlstedt, Frith)  2:50
    10/ Qu Qur                                  (Wu Fei)                 3:29
    11/ Feng Huo Tai                            (Wu Fei, Kihlstedt)      2:01
    12/ Wu Yin                                  (Wu Fei, Frith)          3:03
    13/ Little Open Hands                       (trad., arr. Wu Fei)     1:21
    14/ For Yuxi                                (Wu Fei, Frith)          2:57
    15/ Nothingness                             (Wu Fei, Frith)          2:23
    16/ Mad Season                              (Wu Fei, Frith)          2:48
    17/ Mukamu                                  (Fei, Kihlstedt, Frith)  4:53
    18/ Break Away                              (Wu Fei, Frith)          1:43

    (1,3,7,13) recorded at Palazzo Micoli-Toscano, Ovaro (Italy) in September                          
    2006
    (2) recorded at Centro Culturale Candiani, Mestre (Italy) in September
    2006
    (4,10,17) recorded at ARV, Parma (Italy) in June 2006
    (5,8,9,11,12,14-16,18 and overdubs on 1,4,7,17) recorded at Guerrilla
    Studio, Oakland (USA) in November 2006
    (6) recorded at Square, Pesariis (Italy) in September 2006
    Produced by Giovanni Amighetti and Bruno Cimenti

  Wu Fei: guzheng, vocals; Carla Kihlstedt: violin; Fred Frith: guitars; Helge 
  A. Norbakken (6): percussions.

    2007 - Forrest Hill (Italy), FHAG 03 (CD)

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487 - TENDRILS IN VIGNE: Gregg Kowalsky

    1/ Tendrils In Vigne                        (Kowalsky)

    Recorded live at the Mills Concert Hall on April 2, 2005

  Gregg Kowalsky: conductor; The Mills College Contemporary Performance
  Ensemble: Fred Frith (director, violin), Anessa Beggs (voice), Ben Bracken
  (guitar), Maryclare Brzytwa (flute), Ri Crawford (guitar), Kiku Day (shaku-
  hashi), Karlyn Desteno (viola), Shayna Dunkelman (vibraphone, cymbal),
  Melody Ferris (voice), Angela Hsu (violin), Marielle Jakobsons (violin),
  Darren Johnston (trumpet), Maiko Kono (alto), Konoko Nishi (koto), Noah
  Phillips (guitar), Nicole Reisnour (piano), Eric Glick Ryman (synthesizer),
  Ellery Royston (bass), Paul Scriver (tenor), Quentin Sirjacq (piano), Agnes
  Szelag (cello, voice), Keda Wang (guitar), Theresa Wong (cello).

    2007 - Root Strata (USA), RS024 (one-sided LP)

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488 - BACK TO LIFE Fred Frith

    1/ Seven Circles                            (Frith)                  2:59
    2/ Save As                                  (Frith)                 16:10
    3/ Seven Circles 2                          (Frith)                  5:08
    4/ Bridge Is Bridge                         (Frith)                  7:16
    5/ Seven Circles 3                          (Frith)                  1:37
    6/ Seven Circles 4                          (Frith)                  3:45
    7/ Back To Life                             (Frith)                  8:57
    8/ Seven Circles 5                          (Frith)                  1:34
    9/ Seven Circles 6                          (Frith)                  4:40
    10/ Elegy For Elias                         (Frith)                  9:36
    11/ Seven Circles 7                         (Frith)                  2:38

    (1,3,5,6,8,9,11) recorded at Conservatorium Gent on June 13, 1998
    (2) recorded at Guerrilla Hifi, Oakland (USA) on May 29, 2006
    (4,7,10) recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall on September
    20, 2007
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Daan Vandewalle (1,3,5,6,8,9,11): piano; Joan Jeanrenaud (2): cello, newspa-
  per, metal can; William Winant (2,10): marimba, vibraphone, woodblocks, tam-
  tam, tuned gong, large metal plate, toms, bass drum, beans, ping pong balls,
  hammer and nails, metal can, etc; The Callithumpian Consort (4,7): Stephen
  Drury (piano), Benjamin Fox (oboe), Andrew Stetson (trumpet), Dylan Chmura-
  Moore (trombone), John Andress (marimba), Joe Becker (percussion), Karina
  Schmitz (viola), Angela Park (cello), Elizabeth England (oboe), John Russell
  (trumpet), Gabriella Diaz (violin), Ethan Wood (violin), Jordan Voelker
  (viola), Benjamin Schwartz (cello), Nick Tolle (marimba); Stephen Drury
  (10): piano.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8045 (CD)

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489 - UNSQUARE: Maybe Monday

    1/ G                                        (Maybe Monday)          14:46
    2/ Nitrogen                                 (Maybe Monday)          14:09
    3/ Saptharishi Mandalam                     (Maybe Monday)           7:51
    4/ Septentrion                              (Maybe Monday)           6:20
    5/ Unturned                                 (Maybe Monday)          17:19

    Recorded at East Side Sound Studio, New York City on November 18, 2006
    Produced by Larry Ochs and Intakt Records

  Fred Frith: guitar; Miya Masaoka: 25 string koto, electronics; Larry Ochs:
  sopranino saxophone, tenor; Gerry Hemingway: drums, percussion, voice; Carla
  Kihlstedt: violins; Ikue Mori: electronics; Zeena Parkins: electric harp,
  electronics.

    2008 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt CD 132 (CD)

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490 - THE ART OF MEMORY II: Fred Frith, John Zorn

    1/ The Heaven 				(Frith, Zorn) 		17:36
    2/ The Wood 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 4:42
    3/ The Standard 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 8:46
    4/ The Wheel 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:43
    5/ The Painter 				(Frith, Zorn) 		20:20 

    (1,5) recorded live at P.A.S.S., New York City on January 25, 1983
    (2-4) recorded live at Roulette, New York City on July 27-28, 1985 

  Fred Frith: home-made instruments, voice, Casio monophonic keyboard; John
  Zorn: alto, mouthpieces, duck-calls.

    2008 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRA 6 (CD)

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491 - DRIFT: Sonargemeinschaft & Fred Frith

    1/ Elsewhere 				(Raulf, Schulte) 	27:28
    2/ All Aboard 				(Frith, Raulf, Schulte) 41:47

    Recorded live at Loft/Cologne in December 2007

  Dirk Raulf: saxophones; Frank Schulte: electronics, Fred Frith: guitar.

    2008 - Poise (Germany), edition 15 (CD)

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492 - TO SAIL, TO SAIL: Fred Frith

    1/ Because Your Mama Wants You Home		(Frith)			 2:38   
    2/ Weather Gauge				(Frith)			 4:23   
    3/ Reconstructed	   			(Frith)			 4:07
    4/ Life On Venus	   			(Frith)			 4:09
    5/ Mondays	   				(Frith)			 2:04
    6/ Life-Enhancing Interior			(Frith)			 4:00
    7/ First Light				(Frith)			 4:45   
    8/ Scratch Orchestra	   		(Frith)			 4:16
    9/ The Wrong Door	   			(Frith)			 5:04
    10/	Circuit Breakers And Fuses	   	(Frith)			 5:04
    11/	The Slightest Shiver	   		(Frith)			 2:32
    12/	Sheep's Head, 1963	   		(Frith)			 5:39
    13/ Life By Another Name	   		(Frith)			 3:38
    14/ Dog Watch	   			(Frith)			 6:15
    15/ Hopscotch Horizon	   		(Frith)			 3:19
    16/ King Dawn	 			(Frith)			 3:03

    Recorded at Guerrilla Recording, Oakland (USA) on February 28, 2008
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: Taylor 810 model steel-string acoustic guitar.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7625 (CD)

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493 - STOCKHOLM & GÖTEBORG: Henry Cow

    1/ Stockholm 				(GB,LC,CC,FF,TH) 	 6:38
    2/ Erk Gah (aka Hold To The Zero Burn) 1 	(Hodgkinson) 		 3:28
    3/ Erk Gah (aka Hold To The Zero Burn) 2 	(Hodgkinson) 		 2:55
    4/ Erk Gah (aka Hold To The Zero Burn) 3 	(Hodgkinson) 		 2:27
    5/ Erk Gah (aka Hold To The Zero Burn) 4 	(Hodgkinson) 		 6:17
    6/ Erk Gah (aka Hold To The Zero Burn) 5 	(Hodgkinson) 		 1:59
    7/ A Bridge To Ruins 			(Hodgkinson) 		 5:08
    8/ Ottawa Song 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:27
    9/ Göteborg 1-1 				(LC,CC,FF,TH) 		 6:06
    10/ Göteborg 1-2 				(LC,CC,FF,TH) 		 8:20
    11/ Göteborg 1-3 				(LC,CC,FF,TH) 		 2:27
    12/ No More Songs 				(Phil Ochs, arr. Frith)  3:35
    13/ Stockholm 2 				(GB,LC,CC,FF,TH,DK) 	 6:13
    14/ The March 				(Frith) 		 4:15

    (1-7,12-14) recorded live in Stockholm, Sweden on May 9, 1977
    (8) recorded live for NDR Jazz Workshop, Hamburg (Germany) on March 26, 
    1976
    (9-11) recorded in Göteborg, Sweden on May 26, 1976

  Georgie Born (1-7,12-14): fretless bass, cello; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon,
  flute, recorder, piano, tapes; Chris Cutler: drums, electrification, piano;
  Fred Frith: guitar, xylophone, tapes, piano; John Greaves (8): bass, vocals;
  Tim Hodgkinson: organ, alto, clarinet, vocals, tapes; Dagmar Krause (1-7,12-
  14): vocals.

    2008 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR HC12 (CD)

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494 - PAS DE DEUX: Frith + Roger

    1/ Dernier Cri 				(Frith, Roger) 		 4:20 
    2/ Arpeggio's Dreamscape 			(Frith, Roger) 		 4:00 
    3/ Sala Rossa 				(Frith, Roger) 		 3:04 
    4/ L'Auberge Des Quatre Vents 1 		(Frith, Roger) 		 8:10 
    5/ L'Auberge Des Quatre Vents 2 		(Frith, Roger) 		 6:31 
    6/ Sala Nera 				(Frith, Roger) 		 7:29 
    7/ Jeux De l'Oblivion 			(Frith, Roger) 	 	 8:26 
    8/ Adieu Jonquière 				(Frith, Roger) 		 4:23

    Recorded live at La Sala Rossa, Montreal (Canada) on May 17, 2007 and at
    the Festival des Musiques de Crèation, Saguenay (Canada) on May 19, 2007
    Produced by Danielle P Roger    

  Fred Frith: guitar, procesing, voice; Danielle P Roger: drums, percussion,
  voice.

    2008 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 175 CD (CD)

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495 - MORE POPULAR THAN PRESIDENTS AND GENERALS: Mute Socialite

    1/ Me'T 					(AK,AM,MS)		 3:39 
    2/ Violet Smith 				(Staiano, Mendoza) 	 4:50 
    3/ Dirt Never Burn 				(Mute Socialite) 	 2:45 
    4/ More Painful Than Sex 			(no info)		 4:16 
    5/ The In-Between 				(Mute Socialite) 	 1:18 
    6/ A Quiet Execution 			(Staiano) 		 6:33 
    7/ Chicago! Chicago! (You Wake Me Up In The Morning) 
						(Mute Socialite) 	 2:51
    8/ Killing Time 				(Frith, Laswell, Maher)  3:17 
    9/ Matt Ingalls Is In The House 		(Mute Socialite) 	 2:20 
    10/ Cheap Clocks 				(Staiano) 		 5:20 
    11/ (Prelude) 				(Mendoza) 		 0:45 
    12/ The Damaged Country 			(Mendoza, Dunkelmann)    5:32

    Recorded at Expression, Emeryville, CA, 23rd June and 26th August 2007

  Shayna Dunklemann: drum set, glockenspiel; Alee Karim: bass, guitar; Ava 
  Mendoza: guitar, megaphone; Moe! Staiano: drum set, percussion guitar, gui-
  tar, megaphone, melodica, keyboard, alto clarinet.

    2008 - Dephine Knormal Musick (USA), ??? (LP)
    2008 - Dephine Knormal Musick (USA), DKM09 (CD) 

  Note: The LP edition is limited to 238 copies.
  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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496 - A RETROSPECTIVE SAMPLER: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Introduction 				(John Peel) 		 2:22 
    2/ Sea Song 				(Wyatt) 		 6:34 
    3/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road 	(Wyatt) 		 6:11 
    4/ Solar Flares 				(Wyatt) 		 5:39 
    5/ Soup Song 				(B. Hopper, Wyatt) 	 4:06 
    6/ At Last I'm Free 			(Edwards, Rodgers)	 4:21 
    7/ Stalin Wasn't Stallin' 			(B. Johnson) 		 3:27 
    8/ Memories (Live) 				(Hugh Hopper) 		 4:01 
    9/ I'm A Believer (Live) 			(Neil Diamond) 		12:41

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, keyboards, piano, percussion, drums; John Peel (1): 
  introduction; Richard Sinclair (2,3): bass; Laurie Allan (3,5,8,9): drums;
  Ivor Cutler (3): voice, baritone concertina; Fred Frith (3,8,9): viola, vio-
  lin, guitar; Mike Oldfield (3,9): guitar; Bill McCormick (4): bass; Gary 
  Windo (4,5,9): bass clarinet, tenor; Nisar Ahmad Khan (5): baritone saxopho-
  ne; Mogosi Mothle (6): bass; Frank Roberts (6): keyboards; Dave Stewart (8,
  9): keyboards; Hugh Hopper (8,9): bass; Mongezi Feza (9): trumpet; Julie 
  Tippetts (9): vocals; Nick Mason (9): drums.    

    2008 - Domino (UK), no catalog # (promo CD-R)

  See ROCK BOTTOM (1974) for further references on (2,3), RUTH IS STRANGER 
  THAN RICHARD (1975) for (4,5), NOTHING CAN STOP US (1982) for (6,7), and
  THEATRE ROYAL DRURY LANE (2005) for (1,8,9).

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497 - IL GESTO DEL SUONO: Various Artists 

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

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Skeleton Crew:

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

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

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

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498 - STILL URBAN: Fred Frith and Arte Quartett

  Still Urban Part 1-9				(Fred Frith) 		46:31
    1/ Part 1: Landscape With Or Without Edges
    2/ Part 2: Door Won’t Open, Door Won’t Close 
    3/ Part 3: Nervous When I Turned 
    4/ Part 4: Family Ties 
    5/ Part 5: Science To Someone Living 
    6/ Part 6: Glass And Mirror Cut To Size 
    7/ Part 7: Everywhere Hastily We Followed 
    8/ Part 8: Two Blinkings Of An Eyelid 
    9/ Part 9: Near Future Faith

    Recorded at the studios of Swiss Radio DRS2, Zürich (Switzerland) in Janu-
    ary 2008
    Produced by Intakt Records

  Beat Hofstetter: soprano; Sascha Armbruster: alto; Andrea Formenti: tenor,
  sopranino; Beat Kappeler: baritone saxophone, alto; Fred Frith: guitar.

    2009 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 155 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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499 - THE BIG PICTURE: Fred Frith and Arte Quartett

  The Big Picture Part 1-6			(Fred Frith)		13:43
    1/ The Big Picture Part 1 
    2/ The Big Picture Part 2
    3/ The Big Picture Part 3 
    4/ The Big Picture Part 4 
    5/ The Big Picture Part 5 
    6/ The Big Picture Part 6 
  Freedom In Fragments				(Fred Frith)		49:66
    7/ Introduction: The Power Of Prayer 
    8/ Some Assembly Required
    9/ Hopscotch (for John Zorn) 
    10/ Confess 
    11/ Song And Dance 
    12/ Void Where Prohibited
    13/ Rosali’s Song
    14/ Red Rag 
    15/ Significant Restrictions Apply
    16/ Boyan’s Problem 
    17/ Kick It 
    18/ Nostalgia 
    19/ Batteries Not Included
    20/ T. Square Park Lark (for Frank Zappa) 
    21/ The Power Of Prayer: Coda 

    Recorded at the studios of Swiss Radio DRS2, Zürich (Switzerland) in Janu-
    ary 2008
    Produced by Intakt Records

  Beat Hofstetter: soprano; Sascha Armbruster: alto; Andrea Formenti: tenor,
  sopranino; Beat Kappeler: baritone saxophone, alto; Katharina Weber: piano;
  Lucas Niggli: drums.

    2009 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 156 (CD)

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500 - 40TH ANNIVERSARY BOX SET - VOLUME 1: Henry Cow

    2009 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ??? (9xCD+DVD)

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501 - 40TH ANNIVERSARY BOX SET - VOLUME 2: Henry Cow

    2009 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR ??? (4xCD+DVD+book)

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502 - DUADUEDUIDUO: Les Métronomes Détraqués

    1/ To SR 					(Marchand, Rieger) 	 3:55
    2/ Les Métronomes Détraqués 		(Regis Campo) 		 4:20
    3/ Kora 					(Christian Lauba) 	 5:33
    4/ Scrum 					(Peter Vermeersch)	 5:55
    5/ Muurwerk 				(Walter Hus)		 1:59
    6/ Ou pas 					(Frédéric Lagnau)	 8:40
    7/ Kwintet 					(Peter Vermeersch)	 6:45
    8/ Palilalie 				(Thierry de Mey)	 3:55
    9/ Palindrome 				(Thierry de Mey) 	 5:47
    10/ The As Usual Dance Towards The Other flight to what is not 
						(Fred Frith) 		 5:24 

    (1-9) recorded at Radio France, Paris on May 2-6, 2007 
    (10) recorded at Radio France, Paris on May 7, 2008

  Jean-Louis Marchand: clarinets; Christophe Rieger: saxophones; Fred Frith
  (10): guitar. 

    2009 - Signature Radio France (France), SIG 11054 (CD)

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503 - IMPUR PART II: Fred Frith

    1/ Invitation/Invocation 			(Frith) 		 6:40
    2/ Affront National 			(Frith) 		 3:26
    3/ Dead Sea 				(Frith) 		 4:06
    4/ Waiting For God 				(Frith) 		 1:55
    5/ Danses Avec Les Rats 			(Frith) 		 3:32
    6/ Nueve 					(Frith) 		 1:39
    7/ Now We Know 				(Frith) 		 2:16
    8/ Gaga-Kun 				(Frith) 		 1:52
    9/ Don't Say 				(Frith)	 		 1:15
    10/ Cuts Up 				(Frith) 		 1:18
    11/ Le Sursis 				(Frith) 		 4:03
    12/ Ses Habits De Dimanche 			(Frith) 		 4:47
    13/ Finger On The Pulse 			(Frith) 		 2:26
    14/ La Dernière Valse (Pour Mie) 		(Frith) 		 4:19

    Recorded live at RamDam, Lyon (France) on December 20, 1997

  Fred Frith: conductor, guitar solo; Jean-Michel Quoisse: bass; Claire 
  Mollard: marimba, percussion; Stéphane Grosjean: marimba, percussion; Cyril
  Cambon: marimba, percussion; Serge Sana: keyboards, sampler; Stephen Tissot:
  violin; Philippe Madile: piano, synthesizer; Pascal Pariaud: clarinet; 
  Laurent Vichard: clarinet; Joël Jorda: clarinet; Denis Mariotte: drums, 
  melodica; Gilles Laval: electric guitar; Guillaume Quemener: guitar; Ghilem
  Lacroux: guitar; Bader Gharzouli: guitar; Laurent Frick: voice, trumpet; 
  Stéphane Lambert: baritone saxophone, shenai; Samuel Chagnard: soprano.

    2009 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRFC 2 (CD)

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504 - NOWHERE/SIDESHOW/THIN AIR: Fred Frith

    Nowhere 					(Fred Frith) 
      1/ Nowhere To Run 						 5:16
      2/ Nowhere Near 							 3:18
      3/ Nowhere To Be Seen 						 3:09
      4/ Nowhere Else 							 1:42
      5/ Nowhere Can Compare 						 2:20
      6/ Getting Nowhere 						 2:26
      7/ Going Nowhere 							 2:24
      8/ Nowhere To Hide 						 3:08
    Sideshow 					(Fred Frith) 
      9/ Clearing The Throat 						 3:33
      10/ Show Time 							 7:23
      11/ On Or In The Wing 						 3:12
      12/ Act Two 							 3:31
      13/ Angels With Thirty Faces 					 5:17
      14/ In Which All May Have Been Revealed 				 5:27
      15/ Ghost Of BB 							 1:48
      16/ Ms. Mac Drinks And Goes Home 					 1:18
    Thin Air 					(Fred Frith) 
      17/ Ladders 							 6:51
      18/ Screened 							 1:35
      19/ Plastic 							 3:01
      20/ Running 							 3:50
      21/ Falling 							 3:27
      22/ Fast Feet 							 2:29

    (1-8) recorded in September-October 2000
    (9-16) recorded in January-February 2001
    (17-22) recorded in May 2007

  Fred Frith: guitars, keyboards, bass, percussion, voice, samples, bass 
  mbira, low-grade violin, computing, radio, running; Carla Kihlstedt (1-16): 
  violin; Gail Brand (9-16): trombone; Fred Giuliani (9-16): samples; Hande
  Erdem (17-22): violin; Theresa Wong (17-22): cello.

    2009 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRA 07 (CD)

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505 - HOW WE BECAME AMERICANS: Claus Boesser-Ferrari

    1/ Liebesthema I 				(Martin Böttcher) 	 1:40
    2/ Another Soundtrack For Katharina Blum 	(Boesser-Ferrari) 	 0:45
    3/ Wir Sind Nur Gast Auf Erden 		(Adolf Lohmann) 	 1:34
    4/ Old-Surehand-Melodie 			(Martin Böttcher) 	 3:46
    5/ King Henry 				(trad.) 		 1:02
    6/ Headless Kohlhaas 			(Boesser-Ferrari) 	 1:17
    7/ Muetterlein 				(Boesser-Ferrari) 	 1:58
    8/ Liebesthema II 				(Martin Böttcher) 	 2:35
    9/ Stolen Horses 				(Boesser-Ferrari, Frith) 2:46
    10/ Kohlhaas-Thema 				(Boesser-Ferrari) 	 3:30
    11/ Mutter Beimlein 			(Hanns Eisler) 		 1:46
    12/ Norwegian Folksong 			(trad.) 		 2:02
    13/ Des Menschen Engel Ist Die Zeit 	(Boesser-Ferrari, 
						F. Schiller) 		 1:34
    14/ Liebesthema III 			(Martin Bottcher) 	 5:57
    15/ How We Became Americans 		(Boesser-Ferrari) 	 0:20
    16/ Die Ballade Vom Weib Des Soldaten 	(Kurt Weill) 		 4:15
    17/ Kohlhaas-Thema II 			(Boesser-Ferrari) 	 3:08
    18/ Fenimore 				(Boesser-Ferrari) 	 1:33
    19/ Winnetou-Melodie 			(Martin Böttcher) 	 5:27

    Recorded in New-York, Esslingen and Nieder-Liebersbach in January 2009

  Claus Boesser-Ferrari: guitars; Fred Frith (2,3,5,7-9,11,13,14,17,19): gui-
  tar; Marc Ribot (4,10,12,15,18): guitars.

    2009 - Acoustic Music Records (Germany), 319.1422.2 (CD)

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506 - JIRO SHIRASU: Otomo Yoshihide

  This record features tracks by various projects of Otomo Yoshihide, mainly 
  Otomo Yoshihide All-stars (1,9,17), Shirasu Jiro Project Special Band (2,10,
  14), Otomo Yoshihide Orchestra (4,11,13,21), and Otomo Yoshihide Jazz
  Ensemble (7,18).

    1/ Shirasu Jiro Main Theme 1 		(Yoshihide) 	 	 2:40
    2/ Shissou 					(Yoshihide) 	 	 7:13
    3/ The Soldier 				(Fred Frith, R. Brooke)	 2:32
    4/ Jesus Loves Me, This I Know 		(Bradbury, Warner) 	 2:25
    5/ Jiro No Ryugi 1 				(Yoshihide) 		 2:01
    6/ Kyouken 					(Yoshihide) 		 6:12
    7/ Jiro No Ryugi 2 				(Yoshihide) 		 2:49
    8/ Shirasu Jiro Main Theme 2 		(Yoshihide) 		 3:14
    9/ Shippu 					(Yoshihide) 		 2:00
    10/ Senjyo 					(Yoshihide) 		 4:48
    11/ Shirasu Jiro Main Theme 3 		(Yoshihide) 		 3:19
    12/ Shirasu Masako No Theme 		(Yoshihide) 		 2:07
    13/ Buaisou No Theme 			(Yoshihide) 		 3:17
    14/ MacArthur 				(Yoshihide) 		 4:31
    15/ Masako To Jiro 				(Yoshihide) 		 4:08
    16/ Sharekoube To Taihou 			(Yoshihide) 		 7:00
    17/ Jidai Wa Ugoku 				(Yoshihide) 		 1:36
    18/ Ballade 				(Yoshihide) 		 3:19
    19/ Aoyama Jiro 				(Yoshihide) 		 3:05
    20/ Karatachi No Hana 			(Yamada, Kitahara) 	 3:47
    21/ Shirasu Jiro Main Theme 4 		(Yoshihide) 		 3:37

    (1) recorded at NHK 506 and 509 Studios, Tokyo (Japan) on November 13 and
    14, 2008 and January 10, 2009
    (2,10) recorded at NHK 509 Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on November 14, 2008
    (3) recorded at Guerrilla Recordings, Auckland (New Zealand) on October
    29, 2008
    (4) recorded at Mothership Studio, Kyoto (Japan) on November 1, 2008 and
    at NHK 506 Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on January 10, 2009
    (5,6,8,12,15,16,19) recorded at NHK 506 Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on December
    8, 2008
    (7,18) recorded at NHK 506 Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on November 13, 2008
    (9,14,17) recorded at NHK 506 and 509 Studios, Tokyo (Japan) on November
    13 and 14, 2008
    (11,13,21) recorded at NHK 506 Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on January 10, 2009
    (20) recorded at GRID 605 Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on March 31, 2009

  Otomo Yoshihide: guitar; Naruyoshi Kikuchi (1,7,9,14,17,18): tenor; Shiro
  Sasaki (1,4,7,9,11,14,17): trumpet, flugelhorn; Osamu Matsumoto (1,7,9,14,
  17): trombone; Naoko Eto (1,2,9,10,13,14,17,21): piano, organ, synthesizer,
  Mellotron, Fender Rhodes, harpsichord; Tokie (1,2,9,10,14,17): bass; Saidrum
  (1,2,9,10,14,17): drum machine; Masahiro Uemura (1,2,9,10,14,17): drums; 
  Yasuhiro Yoshigaki (1,7,9,17,18): percussion, drums; YN Strings (1,4,11,13,
  21); Sachiko M (2,9,10,14,17): sinewaves; Fred Frith (3): vocals, guitar; 
  Lauren Newton (4): vocals; Salle Gaveau (5,6,8,12,15,19); Natsuki Kido (5,6,
  8,12,15,19): guitar; Naoki Kita (5,6,8,12,15,19): violin; Yoshiaki Sato (5,
  6,8,12,15,19): accordion; Keisuke Torigoe (5,6,8,12,15,19): bass; Masaki 
  Hayashi (5,6,8,12,15,19): piano; Kumiko Takara (7,9,17,18): marimba, timpa-
  ni, vibraphone; Hiroaki Mizutani (7,18): bass; Mariko Hamada (16): vocals,
  piano; Kahimi Karie (20): vocals. 

    2009 - EMI Music Japan (Japan), TOCT-26817 (CD)

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507 - RAGGED ATLAS: Cosa Brava

    1/ Snake Eating Its Tail 			(Frith)			 2:13
    2/ Round Dance 				(Frith)			 3:25
    3/ Pour Albert 				(Frith)			 4:36
    4/ R.D. Burman 				(Frith)			 4:18
    5/ Falling Up (For Amanda) 			(Frith)			 5:38
    6/ Out On The Town With Rusty, 1967 	(Frith)			 5:11
    7/ Lucky Thirteen 				(Frith, Rebby Sharp)	 6:58 
    8/ Blimey, Einstein 			(Frith)			 4:11
    9/ The New World 				(Frith)			 3:57
    10/ Tall Story 				(Frith)			 3:49 
    11/ For Tom Zé 				(Frith)			 4:49
    12/ A Song About Love 			(Frith)			 6:24 
    13/ Market Day 				(Frith)			 6:42

    Recorded at Tiny Telephone, San Francisco (USA) between December 17 and
    21, 2008
    Produced by Fred Frith and Intakt

  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, vocals; Carla Kihlstedt: violin, nyckelharpa, bass
  harmonica, vocals; Zeena Parkins: accordion, keybards, foley objects, vo-
  cals; Matthias Bossi: drums, percussion, sruti box, vocals; The Norman 
  Conquest: sound manipulation; Anantha Krishnan (4): mridangam, tabla.

    2010 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 161 (CD)

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508 - LATE WORKS: John Zorn, Fred Frith

    1/ Foetid Ceremony 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:33
    2/ Mosquito Slats 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 2:08
    3/ Horse Rehab 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:42
    4/ Legend Of The Small 			(Frith, Zorn) 		 2:16
    5/ Baffled Hats 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 3:19
    6/ Movement Of Harried Angels 		(Frith, Zorn) 		 7:29
    7/ The Fourth Mind 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 9:40
    8/ Creature Comforts 			(Frith, Zorn) 		 3:11
    9/ Slow Lattice 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:57
    10/ Ankle Time 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:02

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on October 16, 2009
    Produced by John Zorn and Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar; John Zorn: alto.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7634 (CD)

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509 - UNAUTHORIZED CAPRICES: Kihnoua
 
    1/ Slat 					(Ochs)			14:09
    2/ Nothing Stopped But A Future 		(Ochs) 			19:52
    3/ DeeHyak 					(Lee, Ochs)		 7:12
    4/ Weightless 				(Ochs) 			12:21
    5/ Less Than A Wind 			(Ochs) 			 7:30

    (1,2,4,5) recorded at New and Improved, Emeryville (California, USA) on
    April 27, 2009
    (3) recorded at KFJC FM, Los Altos (USA) on August 14, 2009

  Larry Ochs: sopranino, tenor; Dohee Lee: vocals; Scott Amendola: drums, 
  electronics; Liz Allbee (1,2,5): trumpet, electronics; Fred Frith (2): gui-
  tar; Joan Jeanrenaud (2,5): cello.

    2010 - Not Two (Poland), MW 831-2 (CD) 

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510 - MOP MEUCHIINE PLAYS ROBERT WYATT: Mop Meuchiine

    1/ Locomotive				(Monk, Brown)		 0:45
    2/ Sea Song					(Robert Wyatt)		 8:52
    3/ Instant Pussy				(Robert Wyatt)		 4:20
    4/ The British Road				(Robert Wyatt)		 5:52
    5/ To The Next Track (interview Wyatt #1)	(Robert Wyatt)		 0:38
    6/ Gharbzadegi				(Robert Wyatt)		 7:07
    7/ I'm A Believer				(Neil Diamond)		 5:38
    8/ Anachronist/A.W.O.L.			(A. Benge, Wyatt)	 8:27
    9/ Calyx					(P. Miller, Wyatt)	 3:56
    10/ Big Bang Theory (interview Wyatt #2)	(Robert Wyatt)	 	 0:25
    11/ Five Black Notes And One White Note	(Offenbach, Wyatt)	10:27
    12/ Muddy Mouse				(Fred Frith, R. Wyatt)	 2:37

    Recorded at Studio du Séchoir, Bréhémont (France) on May 11-13, 2009

  Pascal Maupeu: guitar, banjo; Jean-Baptiste Réhault: baritone saxophone,
  accordion, alto saxhorn; Hugues Vincent: cello; Cédric Piromalli: piano,
  Fender Rhodes, Korg MS20; Nicolas Le Moullec: bass, vocals; Bertrand
  Hurault: drums, electronics; Robert Wyatt (1,5,10): voice.

    2010 - Le Chant du Monde (France), 2741869 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.

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511 - GOLDEN STATE: Chris Cutler, Fred Frith, Thomas Dimuzio

    1/ [symbol]								18:27
    2/ [symbol]								 2:34
    3/ [symbol]								 6:26
    4/ [symbol]								 8:04

    (1) recorded in Los Angeles, USA on November 19, 2000
    (2) recorded in San Francisco, USA on September 9, 1999
    (3) recorded in San Francisco, USA on November 13, 2000
    (4) recorded in Los Angeles, USA on October 25, 2002

  Chris Cutler: drums, electricity, processing; Thomas Dimuzio: sampling,
  live-sampling, processing, midi-controlled LED feedback, CD player; Fred
  Frith: guitars; Beth Custer (3): bass clarinet, voice.

    2010 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR 196.966550 (LP)

  Note: This is a limited edition of 1969 copies. The first 500 copies were
  pressed on translucent ochre vinyl (the first 150 of them are numbered and
  signed by the three artists for the subscribers) and the second 500 on white
  vinyl.

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512 - CAUSING A TIGER: Carla Kihlstedt, Matthias Bossi, Shahzad Ismaili

    1/ No Funeral At All 			(CK, MB, SI) 		 1:53
    2/ Three Suitcases 				(CK, MB, SI) 		 3:09
    3/ A Swish Of Nylon 			(CK, MB, SI) 		 7:10
    4/ In A Hotel Room 				(CK, MB, SI) 		 1:14
    5/ Listen With My Feet 			(CK, MB, SI) 		 5:05
    6/ Bicycle Brigade 				(CK, MB, SI) 		 2:13
    7/ Sixsixsixamore 				(CK, MB, SI) 		 2:45
    8/ Dogs Of Warszawa 			(CK, MB, SI) 		 0:53
    9/ A Goose Is A Goose 			(CK, MB, SI) 		 2:06
    10/ Hills Made Of Wool 			(CK, MB, SI) 		 4:23
    11/ Spells And Incantations 		(CK, MB, SI) 		 2:05
    12/ Li-Lu-La 				(CK, MB, SI) 		 6:57
    13/ Still No Funeral At All 		(CK, MB, SI) 		 2:01

    Recorded at Tiny Telephone, San Francisco (USA) in June 2008
    (7) recorded at 666 Sycamore
    Field recordings gathered by Carla Kihlstedt on various tours between 2007
    and 2009 (Amstelween, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Crnomelj, Düdingen, Warsaw, House
    on the Rocks, Spring Green, Oakland, Valley View Casino, Valley Center)

  Carla Kihlstedt: charango, violins, vocals; Matthias Bossi: piano, prepared
  piano, drums, surdo, scientifically tuned melodee bells, saw blade gamelan,
  Russian jingle dolls, melodica, voice; Shahzad Ismaili: Moog source, Crumar
  orchestrator, guitar, Armenian double flute, pump organ, voice; Michael 
  Mellender (3): trumpet; Fred Frith (13): bass, piano note, devil's fiddle;
  Myles Boisen (3): bass.

    2010 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 118 (CD) 

  Note: the sung words were written by Carla Kihlstedt, the spoken words by 
  Jenni Quilter.
  
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513 - COMPENDIUM RECORDS - NORWAY'S FIRST PROGRESSIVE RECORD STORE & LABEL
  1974-1977: various artists 

  This record features Karin Krog & Archie Shepp (1), Vanessa (2), Dean/
  Hopper/Tippett/Gallivan (3), Charles Austin & Joe Gallivan (4), Saluki (5),
  Hugh Hopper (6), Intercontinental Express (7), Mirage (8), Blow Out (9),
  Henry Cow (10).

  Fred Frith appears on one track with Henry Cow:

    10/ Oslo 					(Henry Cow)

    2010 - Plastic Strip Press (Norway), PSPCD718 (CD)
    2010 - Plastic Strip Press (Norway), PSPLP718 (2xLP)

  See CONCERTS (1977) for further references on (10).

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514 - EYE TO EAR III: Fred Frith

    1-11/ Troja Suite 				(Frith)
      1/ Love Parade 							 3:29
      2/ The Wedding 							 2:14
      3/ Crossing The Bosporus 						 4:22
      4/ Inside Outside 						 3:24
      5/ The Wedding (Catwalk Remix) 					 2:55
      6/ The Prisoners Confined 					 2:49
      7/ The Prisoners Released 					 2:07
      8/ Escape Of Our Heroes 						 2:08
      9/ Once Upon A Time In Anatolia (For Ennio Morricone) 		 4:17
      10/ Redemption (For Edward Artemiev) 				 4:51
      11/ Drei Gegen Troja 						 4:08
    12-16/ Water Music 				(Frith)
      12/ Water Music 1 						 4:37
      13/ Water Music 2 						 4:22
      14/ Water Music 3 						 3:19
      15/ Water Music 4 						 1:52
      16/ Water Music 5 						 4:39

    (1-11) recorded at Jankowski SoundFabrik, Esslingen (Germany) in April 
    2004
    (12-16) recorded at Guerrilla Recordings, Oakland (USA) on November 2003
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, keyboards, home-made instruments; Ada Gosling (1-
  11): violin; Tilman Müller (1-11): trumpet, flugelhorn; Bernd Settelmeyer
  (1-11): percussion, vibraphone; Sheela Bringi (12-16): bansuri; Wu Fei (12-
  16): gu zheng; Heather Heise (12-16): piano, melodica; Carla Kihlstedt (12-
  16): violin, nickelharpa; Gino Robair (12-16): percussion.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7521 (CD)

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515 - UNLIMITED 23: various artists

  This DVD features John Zorn's Cobra (1), Speak Easy (2), Spunk (3), KTL (4),
  Phil Minton & Dieb13 (5), Pamelia Kurstin (6), Agra Dharma (7), Lotte Anker/
  Lindha Kallerdahl/Okkyung Lee (8), Phantom Orchard Orchestra (9), Fred Frith
  & Chris Cutler (10), Saw Sun Here (11), Ipcress Theater (12), Lotte Anker/
  Sylvie Courvoisier/Mark Nauseef (13), Peter Evans & Okkyung Lee (14), David
  Watson/DJ Olive/Tony Buck (15), The Ex (16,17).

  Fred Frith appears on two tracks, one with John Zorn's Cobra:

    1/ Wels Operations 1-3			(John Zorn)

  and one in duo with Chris Cutler:

    10/ Unlimited 2009 Extract    		(Fred Frith, Chris Cutler)

    Filmed during the Music Unlimited Festival 2009, Wels (Austria) on Novem-
    ber 6-8, 2009

  Arnold Haberl (1): cello; Okkyung Lee (1): cello; Ikue Mori (1,7,9,12): com-
  puter; Chris Cutler (1,10): drums, electricity, jetsam; Tony Buck (1): 
  drums; David Watson (1): guitar; Fred Frith (1,10): guitar, electricity,
  flotsam; Uchihashi Kazuhisa (1,12): guitar, daxophone; Zeena Parkins (1,9,
  11): harp, electronics, synthesizer; Shayna Dunkelman (1,9): percussion; 
  Sylvie Courvoisier (1,7): piano; Makigami Koichi (1,7,12): prompter, voice,
  Theremin; Maja S. K. Ratkje (1,9): voice, electronics; Margaret Parkins (9,
  11): cello; Hild Sofie Tafjord (9): French horn, electronics; Sara Parkins
  (9,11): violin; Mark Nauseef (12): percussion; etc.

    2011 - PanRec (Germany), PANDVD04P (DVD)

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516 - CLEARING CUSTOMS: Fred Frith

    Recorded at SWR studio 1, Baden-Baden (Germany) on November 29, 2007 and
    in Saarbrücken on December 1, 2007

  Fred Frith: guitar; Wu Fei: guzheng; Anantha Krishnan: mridandam, tablas; 
  Marque Gilmore: drums, electronics; Tilman Müller: trumpet; Patrice Scanlon:
  electronics; Daniela Cattivelli: electronics.

    2011 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 176 (CD)

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517 - BEFORE THE FALL: various artists 

  This compilation features Gene Vincent & The Blue Caps (1), The Other Half 
  (2), R. Dean Taylor (3), The Kinks (4), Lonnie Irving (5),  The Searchers 
  (6), The Creators (7), Sister Sledge (8), Steve Bent (9), The Sonics (10),
  Sir Gibbs (11), Henry Cow (12), The Monks (13), Captain Beefheart & His 
  Magic Band (14), Bob Mcfadden & Dor (15), Hank Mizell (16), Pete Seeger
  (17), Tommy Blake (18), The Saints (19), Leadbelly (20). 

    12/ War 					(Henry Cow)  

    2011 - Ace (UK), CDCHD 1299 (CD)

  See IN PRAISE OF LEARNING (1975) for further references on (12).

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518 - ON COLD MOUNTAIN - SONGS ON POEMS OF GARY SNYDER: Karen Clark, Galax 
  Quartet

    Cold Mountain Songs 			(Toy Whelden, Gary Snyder)
      1/ Like A Passing River         					 4:36
      2/ Wrecked Town         						 5:14
    For Nothing 				(Fred Frith, Gary Snyder)
      3/ Movement I        						 1:56
      4/ Movement II        						 4:22
      5/ Movement III         						 4:36
    6/ This Bubble Of A Heart 			(Robert Morris, Snyder)	12:07 
    For All 					(W.A. Mathieu, Gary Snyder)
      7/ Milton By Firelight (I)        				 4:26
      8/ Cold Mountain Songs (II)        				 4:16
      9/ For The West (III)        					 3:35
      10/ Spel Against Demons (IV)    					 6:20
      11/ Ask For Poets (V)    						 5:37
      12/ For All (VI)        						 4:28

    Recorded at St. Ignatius Church, San Francisco (USA) in October 2009 and
    February 2010
    Produced by Hank Dutt

  Karen Clark: contralto; Galax Quartet: David Wilson (violin), Elizabeth 
  Blumenstock (violin), Roy Whelden (viola de gamba), David Morris (cello).

    2011 - Innova (USA), innova 795 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith doesn't play on this record. 

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519 - LONG AS IN SHORT, WALK AS IN RUN: Fred Frith, Annie Lewandowski

    1/ Night Owls    							11:30
    2/ Standsee Warble   						 2:41
    3/ Ridgesia    							 4:32
    4/ My Winter Condition 						 3:21
    5/ Stared At The Bird Statue And Tried To Think  			 5:48
    6/ Sympathy Twigs 							 7:33
    7/ Dockandoilish  							 4:38
    8/ Ice Canvas  							 1:53

    Recorded in the Littlefield Concert Hall at Mills College, Oakland (USA)
    on May 4, 2010

  Annie Lewandowski: piano, preparations; Fred Frith: electric guitar, prepa-
  rations.

    2011 - Ninth World Music (Denmark), NMW047CD (CD)

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520 - CONTRETEMPS ETC...: Jean-Pierre Drouet, Fred Frith, Louis Sclavis

    1/ Premier Mouvement 			(J-PD,FF,LS) 		 5:28
    2/ Deuxième Mouvement 			(J-PD,FF,LS) 		13:15
    3/ Troisième Mouvement 			(J-PD,FF,LS) 		 4:56
    4/ Quatrième Mouvement 			(J-PD,FF,LS) 		 5:14
    5/ Cinquième Mouvement 			(J-PD,FF,LS) 		14:18
    6/ Sixième Mouvement 			(J-PD,FF,LS) 		13:39

    Recorded at l'Opéra-Théâtre de Besançon, France on June 28, 2007

  Jean-Pierre Drouet: percussion, vocals; Fred Frith: guitars; Louis Sclavis:
  bass clarinet, soprano, vocals.

    2011 - In Situ (France), IS 244 (CD)

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521 - MCB : MaryClare Brzytwa 

    1/ Little Animal 							 3:34 
    2/ I Saw You Cry 							 3:39
    3/ Madrigal 							 3:39
    4/ Flute 4tet 							 2:29
    5/ Compliant 							 2:23
    6/ Berlin 								 5:01
    7/ Frans Song 							 3:30
    8/ Flute Doom 							 3:32
    9/ Beautiful 						 	 6:48

  Maryclare Brzytwa: flute, piano, electric piano, electronics, vocals; Shayna
  Dunkelman: percussion; Kanoko Nishi: piano, koto: Fred Frith (3,9): guitar;
  Marla Hansen (3); Tim Exile (3), William Winant (3).

    2011 - Setola Di Maiale (Italy), SM2130 (CD-R)

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522 - SECRETS OF SECRETS: Aaron Novik

    1/ Secrets Of Creation (Khoisdl) 		(Novik)			14:51
    2/ Secrets Of The Divine World (Terkish) 	(Novik)			13:21
    3/ Secrets Of The Divine Chariot (Hora) 	(Novik)			11:41
    4/ Secrets Of The Holy Name (Doina) 	(Novik)			11:47
    5/ Secrets Of Formation (Bulgar) 		(Novik)			17:16

    Recorded at Guerilla Recording, Oakland (USA)
    Produced by Aaron Novik

  Aaron Novik: electric clarinet, percussion, programming; Fred Frith: guitar; 
  Ben Goldberg: contra-alto clarinet, clarinet; Carla Kihlstedt: electric vio-
  lin; Cornelius Boots: robot bass clarinet; Matthias Bossi: drums; Jamie 
  Dubberly: bass trombone; Henry Hung: flugelhorn, trumpet, marching French 
  horn; Jessica Ivry: cello; Aaron Kierbel: dumbek; Dina Maccabee: viola; Lisa
  Mezzacappa: bass; Doug Morton: tuba; Alisa Rose: violin; Irene Sazer: vio-
  lin; Adam Theis: trombone; Willie Winant: tympani, vibraphone, glockenspiel,
  gong, tubular bells. 

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8168 (CD)

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523 - THE LETTER: Cosa Brava

    1/ Soul Of The Machine 			(Frith)			 2:12
    2/ The Eyjafjallajökull Tango 		(Frith)			 6:48
    3/ Drowning 				(Frith, Zeina Nasr)	 4:04
    4/ The Wedding 				(Frith)			 6:08
    5/ The Letter 				(Frith, Zeina Nasr)	 3:41
    6/ Slings And Arrows 			(Frith)			 7:23
    7/ Jitters 					(Frith)			 5:13
    8/ For Lars Hollmer 			(Frith)			 8:03
    9/ Emigrants 				(Frith)			 4:06
    10/ Nobody Told Me 				(Frith)			 4:10
    11/ Common Sense 				(Frith)			 7:15
    12/ Soul Of The Machine (reprise) 		(Frith)			 2:05

    (1,2,4-6,8,11,12) recorded at Chateau de Faverolles, France on June 1-4,
    2010 
    (3,7,9,10) recorded at New Improved Recording, Oakland (USA) on August 
    9-11, 2011 
    Produced by Fred Frith and Intakt Records

  Fred Frith: guitar, bass, vocals; Carla Kihlstedt: violin, bass harmonica, 
  vocals; Zeena Parkins: accordion, keyboards, foley objects, vocals; Shahzad
  Ismaily: bass, vocals; Matthias Bossi: drums, percussion, mayhem, vocals; 
  The Norman Conquest: sound manipulation; Michael Elrod: tambura; William
  Winnant: concert bass drum, crotales.

    2012 - Intakt (Switzerland), 204 (CD)

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524 - LIVE AT THE METZ ARSENAL: MMM Quartet

    1/ Part One 				(JL,FF,AC,UL)		45:15
    2/ Part Two 				(JL,FF,AC,UL)		 6:55

    Recorded live at l'Arsenal de Metz, France on November 20, 2009
    Produced by Jean-Marc Foussat

  Joëlle Léandre: bass; Fred Frith: guitar; Alvin Curran: electronics, piano;
  Urs Leimgruber: soprano, tenor.

    2012 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 631 (CD)

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525 - SONATA ISLANDS GOES RIO: Altrock Chamber Quartet

    1/ Snake Eating Its Tail 			(Fred Frith) 		 1:45
    2/ Norrgarden Nyvla 			(Fred Frith) 		 3:04
    3/ Hands Of The Juggler 			(Fred Frith) 		 4:44
    4/ Rethinking Plague 			(Emilio Galante) 	 3:50 
    5/ Presage 					(Daniel Denis) 		10:22
    6/ Land Arf 				(Massimo Giuntoli) 	 6:20 
    7/ Brachilogia 				(Francesco Zago) 	 3:08 
    8/ Distillando 				(Emilio Galante) 	 4:12 
    9/ Crossroads 				(Tiziano Popoli) 	 4:38 
    10/ Luogi Che Aspettano 			(Stefano Zorzanello) 	 6:45 

    Recorded at Studio Effetonote, Milano (Italy) on February 16, 2012

  Emilio Galante: flute, piccolo; Valeria Cipollone: bass clarinet, clarinet;
  Andrea Pecolo: violin; Bianca Fervidi: cello; Massimo Giuntoli (6): piano.

    2012 - Altrock (Italy), ALT028 (CD)

  Note: Fred Frith does not play on this record.
  
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526 - REVOLUTION: Rusconi

    1/ Berlin Blues 				(CS,FG,SR) 		 3:17
    2/ Massage The History Again 		(CS,FG,SR) 		 7:08
    3/ Milk 					(CS,FG,SR) 		 3:50
    4/ Alice In The Sky 			(CS,FG,SR) 		10:27
    5/ Kaonashi 				(CS,FG,SR) 		 3:01
    6/ False Awakening 				(CS,FG,SR) 		 2:01
    7/ Tempelhof 				(CS,FG,SR) 		 3:39
    8/ Hits Of Sunshine (Live In Bielefeld) 	(Sonic Youth) 		 9:08
    9/ Theresa's Sound-World (Live In Duisburg) (Sonic Youth) 		 3:59 

    (1-7) recorded in Basel, Switzerland in June 2011
    (8) recorded live in Bielefeld
    (9) recorded live in Duisburg
    Produced by Rusconi

  Stefan Rusconi: piano, prepared piano, vocals, space echo; Fabian Gisler: 
  bass, distortion, feedback, vocals; Claudio Strüby: drums, tape recorder, 
  vocals, percussion; Fred Frith (4): guitar.

    2012 - Qilin Records (Switzerland), QILIN001 (LP)
    2012 - Qilin Records (Switzerland), no catalog number (CD)
    2012 - BeeJazz (France), BEE056 (CD)

  Note: (9) is only available on the CD pressing and the track order on the LP
  is (1/3/5/7/8/4/6/2).

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527 - INSTRUMENTARIUM: Boris Hegenbart and 19 artists

    1/ M Ginger V							 5:17 
    2/ M Makrobe S 							 2:45
    3/ S Anode M 							 5:34
    4/ D Hermetik G 							 5:13
    5/ J Gespog T 							 3:47
    6/ B Hermetik G 							 5:12
    7/ S Snooze D 							 5:11
    8/ F Makrobe F 							 3:42
    9/ H Snooze H 							 4:38
    10/ O Feld A 							 3:22
    11/ M Makrobe W 							 4:03
    12/ M makrobe B 							 5:42
    13/ C Smip C 							 4:53
    14/ E Feld O 							 2:11
    15/ F Ink K 							 2:53
    16/ F Frh B 							 1:55
    17/ B Crockl H 							 2:56
    18/ U Anode K 							 4:54

  Boris Hegenbart: electronics; Michael Vorfeld (1): percussion; Martin
  Siewert (2): guitar; Stephan Mathieu (3): drums; David Grubbs (4): tenor
  banjo; Jan Thoben (5): drums; Bernhard Günter (6): electric cellotar; Sascha
  Demand (7): guitar; Fred Frith (8): guitar; Hannes Strobl (9): bass; Hanno
  Leichtmann (9): drums; Oren Ambarchi (10): vocals, guitars, bells, organ,
  percussion, motorised cymbal; Marc Weiser (11): guitar, whistle; Martin
  Brandlmayr (12): drums; Christophe Charles (13): violin, stones, guitar,
  vocoder; Ed Osborn (14): guitar; Felix Kubin (15): electronic organ; F.S.
  Blumm (16): guitar; Boris Hauf (17): Rhodes; Ulrich Krieger (18): saxophone; 
  Clive: vox; Dean: vox; Dju: vox; Ed: vox; Eriko: vox; Kiki: vox; Mijo: vox;
  Emmanuem: vox; Sara: vox; Susie: vox; Tara: vox; Wladik: vox; Yumiko: vox;
  Zdravko: vox.

    2012 - Staubgold/GOD Records (France/Austria), analog 13/GOD 09 (2xLP)
    2012 - Monotype Records (Poland), mono055 (CD)

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528 - LIVE AT CAFE OTO: Fred Frith, Christian Marclay

    Recorded live at Cafe Oto, London (UK) in July 2012

  Fred Frith; Christian Marclay.

    2012 - Cafe Oto (UK), no catalog # (LP)

  Note: limited edition of 100 copies only.

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529 NEVER ODD OR EVEN: Ferdinando Faraò & Artchipel Orchestra featuring Phil
  Miller

    1/ Riding Down To Platterback 		(Mike & Kate Westbrook)  7:37
    2/ Strafe Me With Friendly Fire 		(Mike & Kate Westbrook)  8:45
    3/ Love Letter From Stiltsville 		(Mike & Kate Westbrook)  6:51
    4/ Shining Water 				(Alan Gowen) 		17:23
    5/ Arriving Twice 				(Alan Gowen) 		 4:40
    6/ Moeris Dancing 				(Fred Frith) 		 3:52
    7/ The Tenemos Roads Variations 		(Dave Stewart) 		 7:51
    8/ Original Peter 				(Mike Westbrook) 	 5:55
    9/ Big Orange (To Pip Pyle) 		(Ferdinando Faraò) 	 5:30

    Recorded live at Cavò Studio, Bergamo (Italy) on November 1, 2011

  Marco Fior: trumpet, flugelhorn; Diego Ruvidotti: trumpet, flugelhorn;
  Giovanni Sansone: trumpet, flugelhorn; Francesca Petrolo: trombone; Felice
  Clemente: clarinet, soprano; Paolo Profeti: tenor; Filippo Cozzi: tenor; 
  Germano Zenga: tenor; Rudi Manzoli: baritone saxophone, tenor; Simone Mauri:
  bass clarinet; Carlo Nicita: picolo, flute; Francesco Forges (7): flute;
  Paolo Botti: viola; Carmelo Patti: violin; Beppe Barbera: piano; Massimo
  Giuntoli (5,6): piano, synthesizer; Phil Miller (4,5,9): guitars; Giampiero
  Spina: guitar; Gianluca Alberti: bass; Stefano Lecchi: drums; Lorenzo 
  Gasperoni: percussion; Naima Faraò: vocals; Giusy Lupis: vocals; Serana
  Ferrara: vocals; Filippo Pascuzzi: vocals; Ferdinando Faraò: conduction.

    2012 - Music Center (Italy), BA 323 CD (CD)
 
  Note: Fred Frith doesn't play on this record.

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530 - THE $100 GUITAR PROJECT: various artists

  This 2xCD features Andy Aledort, Greg Anderson, Ron Anderson, Joe Berger,
  Michael Bierylo, Biota, Blancah, Joe Bouchard, Bill Brovold, Phil Burk, Juan
  Parra Cancino, Marco Cappelli, Marty Carlson, Kobe Van Cauwenberghe, Rhys
  Chatham, Barry Cleveland, Nels Cline, Amy Denio, Jon Diaz, Nick Didkovsky,
  Thomas Dimuzio, Bruce Eisenbeil, Karl Evangelista, Janet Feder, Caroline
  Feldmeier, Ken Field, Fred Frith, Wiek Hijmans, Mark Hitt, Henry Kaiser,
  Raymond T. Kallas, Mike Keneally, Jesse Krakow, Jesse Kranzler, Mike Lerner,
  Taylor Levine, David Linaburg, Josh Lopes, Steve MacLean, Tom Marsan, Colin
  Marston, Ava Mendoza, Julia A. Miller, Roger C. Miller, James Moore, Chris
  Murphy, Chuck O'Meara, Marco Oppedisano, Kai Niggeman, Han-Earl Park, Shawn
  Persinger (Prester John), Larry Polansky, Del Rey, Teisco Del Rey with Bob
  Spalding, Keith Rowe, Elliott Sharp, John Shiurba, Alex Skolnick, Mark
  Solomon, David Starobin, Mark Stewart, Hans Tammen, Matt Wilson, Bruce
  Zeines, and Zwerm.

    2013 - Bridge (USA), 9381A/B (2xCD)

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531 - THE CELLULOID RECORDS STORY 1980-1987: various artists

  This 2xCD compilation features tracks by Shockabilly (1), Massacre (2), 
  Ferdinand (3), Mathématiques Modernes (4), Thomas Leer & Robert Rental (5),
  Snakefinger (6), Winston Edwards & Blackbeard (7), Lightnin' Rod (8), Futura
  2000 feat. The Clash (9), Timezone (10,21), Deadline (11), Bobongo Stars
  (12), Toure Kunda (13), Nini Raviolette (14), Modern Guy (15), Sapho (16),
  Ginger Baker (17), Last Exit (18), Mandingo feat. Foday Musa Suso & Herbie
  Hancock (19), Manu Dibango (20), Material (22), D.ST (23), B Side with 
  Bernard Fowler (24), Fab 5 Freddy (25), The Last Poets (26).

  Disc 1:
    2/ Killing Time				(Massacre)		 2:50

    2013 - Strut (UK), STRUT 102 (2xCD)
    2013 - Strut (UK), STRUT 102 (2xLP+2xCD)

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532 - LOVE ME TENDER: Massacre

    1/ Bright Blue 
    2/ Dot In The Prison 
    3/ Rosy Good Shook 
    4/ Shadow When Omitted 
    5/ In Search Of The Nervous System 
    6/ History Fictions 
    7/ Between Roof And Bird 
    8/ Shoe Often Repeated 
    9/ The North Reaches To The Ankle 
    10/ Madness Is Medicine 
    11/ Chapter Amber 

    Recorded live in Moers and Zurich in 1999 and Ferrara in 2008

  Fred Frith: guitar; Bill Laswell: bass; Charles Hayward: drums, melodica, 
  vocals.

    2013 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7642 (CD)

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533 - MYRIAD: The Norman Conquest

    1/ Myriad 					(The Norman Conquest)
    2/ Myriad 					(The Norman Conquest)

    Recorded from April 11, 2007 to August 11, 2011

  The Norman Conquest; Brian Gleeson; Shayna Dunkelman; Theresa Wong; Zachary
  James Watkins; Agnes Szelag; Marielle Jakobsons; Ava Mendoza; Noah 
  Phillips; Sarah Palmer; Andy Strain; Jason Hoopes; Jordan Glenn; Jon Porras;
  Evan Caminiti; Emily Packard; Damon Waitkus; Preshish Moments; Alee Karim;
  Joyce Teale; Bruce Teale; Gregg Kowalsky; Johanna Borchert; Ellen Fullman;
  Dave Holton; Patrice Scanlon; Sean Clute; Aram Shelton; Eli Wise; Kristine
  Barrett; Kevin Adams; Varun Kejriwal; Caroline Penwarden; Luis Maurette;
  Cory Wright; Angela Hsu; Ri Crawford; Matthew Pusti; Kate Mcloughlin; Marty
  McGinn; Mike Guarino; Phoebe Lehr; Chuck Johnson; Michael Gardner Cox;
  Phillip Greenlief; Hilary Overberg; Luke Selden; Karl Evangelista; Ben
  Bracken; Sam Ospovat; David Ryther; Deborah Katz; Victor Lowrie; Amelia
  Lukas; Kathryn Thompson; Heather Vorwerck; Hande Erdem; Lauren Elledge;
  Polly Moller; Ashley Morro; Maryclare Brzytwa; Jennifer Harper; Kate 
  McLoughlin; Lisa McGee; Marcie Mara-Ann; Michael Elrod; Suki O'Kane; Tom
  Duff; Vanessa Beggs; Bob Marsh; Kurt Kottheimer; Fred Frith; Carla
  Kihlstedt; Matthias Bossi; Zeena Parkins; Shahzad Ismaily; Jewlia Eisenberg;
  Kristin Slipp; Chris Cutler; Kanoko Nishi; Jen Baker; Dennis Somera; Melody
  Ferris; Guomundur Steini Gunnarsson; Paul Scriver; Ivor Holloway; Derek
  Monypeny; Amy Friebertshauser; Jefre Cantu-Ledesma; Maxwell Croy; Tony
  Cross; Steve Dye; Adria Cardwell; Jozef Van Wissem; Matthias Jentsch; Daniel
  Feese; Heath Thacker; Patrick Allen; Luciano Chessa; Blixa Bargeld; Beth
  Custer; Oscar Kaiser; Alejandra Ortiz; Saed Muhssin; Kala Ramnath; Moe! 
  Staiano; Leah Rae Mittelmeier; David Gamper; Stuart Dempster; Manuel Salas;
  April Coker; Eddie Rich; Evan Fraser; Heike Liss; Burt Winn; Rachel Kast;
  Lisa Mezzacappa; Marco Eniedi; Darren Johnston; Sheldon Brown; Anantha
  Krishnan; Sam Wambach; Nadja; Nathan Fritz; Amir Shirani; Erik Larson; Matt
  Marks; Liz Albee; San Francisco Symphony; Jesse Quattro; Charity Chan;
  Quentin Sirjacq; Antoine Berthiaume; P.L. Grove; Leif Shackelford; John
  Kessler; Angel Gold; Michael Gold; Robert Lautenslager; Ivan Piesh; Nathan
  Snider; Jerry Smith; Sarah Howe; Sammy Kruger; John Abbott; Erika Pipkin;
  Torben Snekkestad; Stefan Smith; Benjamin Tinker; Wobbly; Jacob Felix Heule;
  William Winant; George Chen; Søren Kjaergaard.

    2013 - The Tapeworm (UK), TTW#54 (CT)

  Note: limited edition of 154 copies.

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534 - PROG ROCKS!: various artists

  This 5xCD set features Deep Purple (1), Kevin Ayers (2), Panama Limited Jug
  Band (3), Forest (4), Syd Barrett (5), The Greatest Show On Earth (6), Pete
  Brown & Piblokto! (7), The Electric Light Orchestra (8), The Move (9), 
  Barclay James Harvest (10), Thirs Ear Band (11), Babe Ruth (12), Edgar
  Broughton Band (13), Spontaneous Combustion (14), Be-Bop Deluxe (15), 
  Machiavel (16), Palas (17), The Nice (18), Rare Bird (19), Audience (20), 
  Jackson Heights (21), Lindisfarne (22), Bell + Arc (23), Van Der Graaf
  Generator (24), Keith Emerson (25), Alan Hull (26), Jack The Lad (27), 
  String Driven Thing (28), Capability Brown (29), Peter Hammill (30), Robert
  John Godfrey (31), Steve Hackett (32,70), Brand X (33), Gong (34), Faust
  (35), Hatfield And The North (36), Kevin Coyne (37), Henry Cow (38) Egg
  (39), Comus (40), Slapp Happy (41), Gilgamesh (42), Clearlight (43), 
  Tangerine Dream (44), Daevid Allen (45), Steve Hillage (46), David Bedford
  (47), Peter Baumann (48), The Bonzo Dog Band (49), High Tide (50), Idle Race
  (51), Sugarloaf (52), Hawkwind (53), Groundhogs (54), Cochise (55), Ernie
  Graham (56), Clive John (57), Brinsley Schwarz (58), Man (59), Robert
  Calvert (60), Flaming Groovies (61), Deke Leonard (62), Enchant (63), Pain
  Of Salvation (64), Spock's Beard (65), Riverside (66), Beardfish (67), The
  Flower Kings (68), Demians (69), It Bites (71), Arjen Anthony Lucassen (72).

  Disc 1: Harvest
  Disc 2: Charisma 
  Disc 3: Virgin Records
    38/ Teenbeat				(Frith, Greaves)
  Disc 4: Liberty
  Disc 5: Inside Out Music

    2013 - EMI (EEC), G725 0702 50999 7 25070 2 5 (5xCD)

  See LEGEND (1973) for further references on (38).

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*** - ???: Fred Frith, Barry Guy

    201? - Intakt (Switzerland), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - THE LOST WEEKEND: THE 2006 REUNION: Fred Frith, Chris Cutler, Tim 
  Hodgkinson

  Disc 1: set #1
  Disc 2: set #2
  Disc 3: set #3
  Disc 4: set #4

    2009 - DMG/ARC (USA), ??? (4xCD+DVD)

  Note: the DVD contains set #3.
  Note: not released yet (will ever be?).

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*** - PROPAGANDA: Fred Frith

    2006 (?) - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - PORTRAITS D'INCONNUS: Fred Frith

    2003 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet (planned in Fall 2003).

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*** - ???: Joëlle Léandre, Fred Frith

    ?/ Endurance

  Joëlle Léandre: double bass.

    ???? - ??? (?), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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|                      RECORDS (CO)PRODUCED BY FRED FRITH                    |
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  MANTEN-NI AKAI-HANABIRA (SKY FULL OF RED PETALS): Mizutama Shobodan (1985 -
    Kinniko Bijo Records (Japan), KBR 120 (LP))
  FACE AUX ELEMENTS DECHAINES: Etron Fou Leloublan (1985 - RecRec Music 
    (Switzerland), ReCReC 08 (LP))
  WELCOME TO DREAMLAND: various artists (1986 - Celluloid, CELL 5013 (LP))
  LUMINOUS BIPEDS: Orthonics (1986 - Rift Records (USA), Rift 10 (LP))
  ARMED OBSERVATION: Doctor Nerve (1987 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 8 (LP))
  DON GIOVANNI: Jim Staley (1992 - Einstein Records, Einstein 002 (CD))
  30 YEARS OF MUSICAL INSURRECTION IN FRANCE: v.a. (1998 - Spalax, SPALAXBOX
    14711 (3xCD))

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|                                 BOOTLEGS                                   |
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001 - LAS VEGAS FANDANGO: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening
                                                (Hopper)                 1:30
    2/ Memories                                 (Hopper)                 3:16
    3/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)                  8:55
    4/ A Last Straw                             (Wyatt)                  4:29
    5/ Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                 13:19
    6/ Alifib                                   (Wyatt)                  4:28
    7/ God Song                                 (Miller, Wyatt)          5:52
    8/ Behind The Eyes (for a friend, R)        (Tippetts)               4:37
    9/ (vocal improvisation)                    (Wyatt?)                 8:10
    10/                                                                  9:26
      10a/ Instant Pussy                        (Wyatt)
      10b/ Signed Curtain                       (Wyatt)
    11/ Calyx                                   (Miller)                 3:10
    12/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                  6:19
    13/ I'm A Believer                          (Diamond)                3:29

    Recorded live at Drury Lane Theatre, London on September 8, 1974

  Robert Wyatt: voice, keyboards, percussion; Mike Oldfield: guitar; Fred
  Frith: guitar, violin; Mongezi Feza: trumpet; Hugh Hopper: bass; Laurie
  Allan: drums; Ivor Cutler: voice; Julie Tippetts: voice; Nick Mason: drums;
  Dave Stewart: keyboards; Gary Windo: bass clarinet, tenor; John Peel: MC.

    1981 - Penguin (Italy), Egg 4 (LP)
    1994 - Archives Recordings (Italy), ARC 002 (CD)

  Note: this is a recording, bootleg quality, of the famous DRURY LANE concert
  in 1974; there is no information beyond the titles, times and concert date
  and personnel; it does have S.I.A.E. (copyright) stamp though.
  Note: (1,8,9,11) are only available in the CD edition.
  Note: Fred Frith is listed as Fred Smith.
  Note: Gary Windo is not listed in the booklet.
  Note: there is a record almost identical (different artwork) on the label
  Asteroid and called SEA SONG.

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002 - CANTERBURY TAPES: various artists

  This record features Soft Machine (1), Kevin Ayers with Brian Eno (2-5), 
  Robert Wyatt solo (6-9) and with Henry Cow (10).

  Fred Frith plays on one track with Robert Wyatt with Henry Cow:

  Side 4:
    10/ Muddy Mouse                             (Frith, Wyatt)

    (10) recorded live at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris on May 8, 1975

    1984 - Porcupine (UK), PORC 4/5 (2xLP)
    19?? - ??? (Italy), ??? (2xLP)

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003 - INDUSTRY: Henry Cow

    1/ Improvisation 1                          (LC, CC, FF, TH)        21:10
    2/ Slice                                    (Cooper)                 1:00
    3/ Waking Against Sleep                     (Frith)                  3:16
    4/ Industry                                 (Hodgkinson)            10:06
    5/ Look Back                                (Cooper)                 1:46
    6/ Ruins (A Part Of)                        (Frith)                  4:43
    7/ Improvisation 2                          (LC, CC, FF, TH)        12:21
    8/ Improvisation 3                          (LC, CC, FF, TH)         8:43
    9/ (Bonus Number)                                                    5:22
      9a/ Slice                                 (Cooper)
      9b/ Viva Pa Ubu                           (Hodgkinson)

    (1-8) recorded live in Italy (?)
    (9) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland in January and August 1978

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, oboe, soprano, recorder; Chris Cutler: drums, etc;
  Fred Frith: bass, guitar, violin; Tim Hodgkinson: organ, clarinet, alto;
  Dagmar Krause (9): singing; Georgie Born (9): bass; AnneMarie Roelofs (9):
  trombone.

    1995 (?) - no label (Japan?), HC-001 (CD)

  Note: (3) is called 'Unreleased Number' in the CD notes.
  Note: (9) was previously released on RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER (1982).

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004 - BBC LIVE 1974 & REUNION CONCERT IN LONDON: Slapp Happy

    1/ Europa                                   (Moore, Blegvad)         3:25
    2/ A Little Something                       (Blegvad)                3:30
    3/ War                                      (Moore, Blegvad)         3:19
    4/ Me & Paravati                            (Moore, Blegvad)         3:37
    5/ Everybody's Slimmin'                     (Moore, Blegvad)         6:06
    6/ Michelangelo                             (Moore, Blegvad)         3:35
    7/ Some Questions About Hats                (Moore, Blegvad)         2:25
    8/ Excerpts From The Messiah                (Handel, Blegvad)        1:44
    9/ Riding Tigers                            (Blegvad)                2:31
    10/ Casablanca Moon                         (Moore, Blegvad)         3:21
    11/ A Little Something                      (Blegvad)                4:25
    12/ Small Hands Of Stone                    (Moore, Blegvad)         2:35
    13/ World Service                           (Moore)                  4:11
    14/ Me & Paravati                           (Moore, Blegvad)         3:57
    15/ Karen                                   (Blegvad)                4:01
    16/ The Naked Shakespeare                   (Blegvad)                3:14
    17/ Unknown
    17/ O For The Ocean                         (Moore)                  2:54
    18/ Moritat                                 (Brecht, Weill)          3:06
    19/ Haiku                                   (Moore, Blegvad)         5:09
    20/ Unknown                                                          1:26

    (1-4) recorded at the BBC Langham 1 Studio on June 25, 1974
    (5-20) recorded at the I.C.A., London in 1983

  Dagmar Krause: vocals; Anthony Moore: piano, organ, harpsichord, vocals;
  Peter Blegvad: guitar, vocals; Fred Frith (2,4): guitar; Lindsay Cooper (1-
  3): bassoon, oboe; Geoff Leigh (1-4): soprano, flute, clarinet; Jeff Clyne
  (1-4): double bass; Robert Wyatt (1-3): vocals, percussion.

    1995 - no label (UK?), 21462 MI (CD?)

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005 - RUINS: Henry Cow

  Disc 1:
    1/ Unreleased Title 1                                                4:01
    2/ Unreleased Title 2                                                1:08
    3/ Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King 1      (Hodgkinson)             5:03
    4/ Nirvana For Mice                         (Frith)                  4:06
    5/ Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King 2      (Hodgkinson)             5:17
    6/ Unreleased Title 3                                                9:29
  Disc 2:
    7/ Beautiful As The Moon - Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Frith, Cutler)          5:40
    8/ Nirvana For Mice                         (Frith)                  5:01
    9/                                                                  12:03
      9a/ Ottawa Song                           (Frith, Cutler)
      9b/ Gloria Gloom                          (Wyatt, Mac Cormick)
    10/ Ruins                                   (Frith)                 30:44
    11/ Beautiful As The Moon Reprise           (Frith, Cutler)          2:48

    (1-6) are demos recorded in 1973
    (7-11) recorded at the NDR Jazz Workshop, Hamburg on March 26, 1976

  Lindsay Cooper (7-11): bassoon, oboe, flute; Chris Cutler: drums, vocals;
  Fred Frith: guitar, violin, piano, vocals; John Greaves: bass, piano, vo-
  cals; Tim Hodgkinson: keyboards, saxes, clarinet, vocals; Dagmar Krause (7-
  11): vocals; Geoff Leigh (1-6): saxes, flute, vocals.

    1995 - Canterbury Dream (Japan), CTD-025/026 (2xCD)

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006 - TUBULAR BELLS - LIVE FROM QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL JUNE 25, 1973: Mike
  Oldfield & Friends

    1/ Tubular Bells Part One (Live)            (Oldfield)              28:50
    2/ Tubular Bells Part Two (Live)            (Oldfield)              28:33
      2a/ The Sailor's Hornpipe (Live)          (trad., arr. Oldfield)

    Recorded live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on June 25, 1973

  Mike Oldfield: guitars, bass, Lowrey organ, mandoline, prehistoric poem;
  Kevin Ayers: bass; David Bedford: piano, accordion, organs, arranger; Steve
  Broughton: drums; Viv Stanshall: MC; Pierre Moerlen: glockenspiel, timpani,
  tubular bells, gongs, percussion; Steve Hillage: electric guitar; Ted
  Speight: acoustic guitar; Mick Taylor: electric guitar; Fred Frith: electric
  guitar, bass; John Greaves: Farfisa organ, piano, tin whistle, Fender
  Rhodes, Vox organ; Tim Hodgkinson: Vox organ, piano, Farfisa organ, Fender
  Rhodes; Geoff Leigh: flute; Jon Field: flute; Terry Oldfield: flute; Tom
  Newman: choir; Sarah Greaves: choir; Kathy Williams: choir; Sally Oldfield:
  choir; Maureen Rossini: choir; Lynette Asquith: choir; Amanda Parsons:
  choir; Maggie Thomas: choir; Mundy Ellis: choir; Julie Clive: choir; Liz
  Gluck: choir; Debbie Scott: choir; Hanna Corker: choir; Vulpy: viola; Nick
  Haley: violin; Ashley Mason: viola; Simon Ingram Hall: cello, organ; Janet
  Townley: violin.

    1997 (?) - ??? (USA?), MOTB-62573 (CD)

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007 - SEA SONG: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening
                                                (Hopper)                 4:08
    2/ Memories                                 (Hopper)                 3:24
    3/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)                 10:46
    4/ A Last Straw                             (Wyatt)                  4:46
    5/ Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                 11:33
    6/ Alifib                                   (Wyatt)                  6:31
    7/ (vocal improvisation)                    (Wyatt?)                 8:21
    8/ Instant Pussy                            (Wyatt)                  4:52
    9/  Signed Curtain                          (Wyatt)                  4:58
    10/ Calyx                                   (Miller)                 3:44
    11/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)                  6:39
    12/ I'm A Believer                          (Diamond)                5:44

    Recorded live at Drury Lane Theatre, London on September 8, 1974

  Robert Wyatt: voice, keyboards, percussion; Mike Oldfield: guitar; Fred
  Frith: guitar, violin; Mongezi Feza: trumpet; Hugh Hopper: bass; Laurie
  Allan: drums; Ivor Cutler: voice; Julie Tippetts: voice; Nick Mason: drums;
  Dave Stewart: keyboards; Gary Windo: bass clarinet, tenor; John Peel: MC.

    199? - Asteroid (Japan), AR-10 (CD)

  Note: check also LAS VEGAS FANDANGO (1981) for further references (since
  both records are almost identical).

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008 - LIVE IN NEW YORK 1989: Naked City

    1/ Snagglepuss                              (Zorn)                   3:40
    2/ Purged Specimen                          (Zorn)                   3:31
    3/ James Bond Theme                         (John Barry)             3:27
    4/ I Want To Live                           (Johnny Mandel)          1:59
    5/ Blood Duster                             (Zorn)                   0:58
    6/ Fuck The Facts/Graveyard Shift           (Zorn)                   4:12
    7/ The Way I Feel                           (John Patton)           13:42
    8/ You Will Be Shot                         (Zorn)                   1:33
    9/ Sicilian Clan                            (Ennio Morricone)        3:53
    10/ Punk China Doll                         (Zorn)                   2:49
    11/ Saigon Pickup                           (Zorn)                   4:48
    12/ Chinatown                               (Jerry Goldsmith)        7:03
    13/ Hammerhead                              (Zorn)                   0:20
    14/ Demon Sanctuary                         (Zorn)                   0:23
    15/ Demon Sanctuary                         (Zorn)                   0:54
    16/ Demon Sanctuary                         (Zorn)                   0:47
    17/ I Die Screaming                         (Zorn)                   2:26
    18/ A Shot In The Dark                      (Henry Mancini)          3:48
    19/ Speedball                               (Zorn)                   0:56
    20/ Little Surfer Girl/?                    (Brian Wilson/?)         4:18
    21/ Latin Quarter                           (Zorn)                   4:17
    22/ ?                                       (?)                      3:20
    23/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                       (Zorn)                   0:40

    Recorded live in New York City in 1989

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitars; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred 
  Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2000 (?) - Bangkok 2000 (Germany?), no catalog number (CD)

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.

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009 - IN THE NAME OF A FREEDOM: Henry Cow featuring Robert Wyatt

  Disc 1:
    1/                                                                  36:01
      1a/ Beautiful As The Moon; Terrible As An Army With Banners  
                                                (Frith, Cutler)
      1b/ Nirvana For Mice                      (Frith) 
      1c/ Ottawa Song                           (Frith, Cutler)
      1d/ Gloria Gloom                          (MacCormick, Wyatt)
      1e/ Ruins                                 (Frith)
      1f/ Moon Reprise                          (Frith, Cutler)
    2/                                                                  15:13
      2a/ Muddy Mouse (a)                       (Frith, Wyatt)
      2b/ Solar Flares                          (Wyatt)
      2c/ Muddy Mouse (b)                       (Frith, Wyatt)
      2d/ 5 Black Notes And 1 White Note        (Offenbach, Wyatt)
      2e/ Muddy Mouse (c)                       (Frith, Wyatt)
      2f/ Muddy Mouth                           (Frith, Wyatt)
    3/ Improvisation                            (Henry Cow, Wyatt)      11:41
    4/                                                                   8:48
      4a/ Bad Alchemy                           (Greaves, Blegvad)
      4b/ Little Red Riding Hood Hits The Road  (Wyatt)
  Disc 2:
    5/ Living In The Heart Of The Beast         (Hodgkinson)            16:21
    6/                                                                  31:46
      6a/ Beautiful As The Moon; Terrible As An Army With Banners
                                                (Frith,Cutler)
      6b/ Nirvana For Mice                      (Frith)
      6c/ Ottawa Song                           (Frith, Cutler)
      6d/ Gloria Gloom                          (MacCormick, Wyatt)
      6e/ Ruins                                 (Frith)
      6f/ Moon Reprise                          (Frith, Cutler)
    7/                                                                  13:06
      7a/ Muddy Mouse (a)                       (Frith, Wyatt)
      7b/ Solar Flares                          (Wyatt)
      7c/ Muddy Mouse (b)                       (Frith, Wyatt)
      7d/ 5 Black Notes And 1 White Note        (Offenbach, Wyatt)
      7e/ Muddy Mouse (c)                       (Frith, Wyatt)
      7f/ Muddy Mouth                           (Frith, Wyatt)
    8/                                                                   8:59
      8a/ Bad Alchemy                           (Greaves, Blegvad)
      8b/ Little Red Riding Hood Hits The Road  (Wyatt)
  Disc 3:
    9/ Living In The Heart Of The Beast         (Hodgkinson)            15:25
    10/                                                                 15:14
      10a/ Muddy Mouse (a)                      (Frith, Wyatt)
      10b/ Solar Flares                         (Wyatt)
      10c/ Muddy Mouse (b)                      (Frith, Wyatt)
      10d/ 5 Black Notes And 1 White Note       (Offenbach, Wyatt)
      10e/ Muddy Mouse (c)                      (Frith, Wyatt)
      10f/ Muddy Mouth                          (Frith, Wyatt)
    11/ Improvisation                           (Henry Cow, Wyatt)      11:06
    12/                                                                  8:16
      12a/ Bad Alchemy                          (Greaves, Blegvad)
      12b/ Little Red Riding Hood Hits The Road (Wyatt)
    13/ Living In The Heart Of The Beast        (Hodgkinson)            15:52
    14/ We Did It Again                         (Ayers)                  6:50

    (1-5) recorded live at the New London Theatre, London on May 21, 1975
    (6-9) recorded live at Piazza Navona, Roma on June 27, 1975
    (10-14) recorded live at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris on May 8,
    1975
    Produced by Ms. Matango

  Robert Wyatt: voice, piano; Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, oboe, flute; Chris 
  Cutler: drums; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, xylophone, piano; John Greaves:
  bass, piano; Tim Hodgkinson: organ, clarinet, alto; Dagmar Krause: voice,
  piano.

    2000 (?) - Le Matango (Japan?), LM00007/008/009 (3xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg CD.
  Note: (4a-b) were previously released on CONCERTS.

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010 - GENTLEMEN IN CALIFORNIA: Fred Frith, Chris Cutler

  Disc 1:
    1/ (untitled)                                                       49:25
  Disc 2:
    2/ (untitled)                                                       44:44

    (1) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, Hollywood (USA) on November 19,
    2000
    (2) recorded live at the Great American Music Hall, San francisco (USA) on
    November 13, 2000

  Fred Frith: guitar, etc; Chris Cutler: drums, etc; Tom Dimuzio: electronics;
  Beth Custer (2): clarinets, voice.

    2001 (?) - Peacefrog (Japan?/USA?), PF168D (POOBAH 141/142) (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.

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011 - BE IN THE NO-AIR - A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT WYATT: various artists

  Disc 1:
    1/ Muddy Mouth                              (Frith, Wyatt)
    2/ The Song                                 (Greaves, Blegvad)
    3/ A Little Something                       (Blegvad)
    4/ God Song                                 (Miller, Wyatt)
    5/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)
    6/ Gloria Gloom                             (MacCormick, Wyatt)
    7/ A Last Straw                             (Wyatt)
  Disc 2:
    8/ Was A Friend                             (Wyatt, H. Hopper)
    9/ Daevid Allen ?                           (?)
    10/ Free Will And Testament                 (Wyatt, Kramer)
    11/ Hope For Happiness                      (B. Hopper, Ayers, Ratledge)
    12/ Memories                                (H. Hopper)
    13/ We Did It Again                         (Ayers)

    Recorded live at The Knitting Factory, Hollywood (California) on August 9,
    1998

  Fred Frith; John Greaves; Peter Blegvad; Karen Mantler; Pip Pyle; Hugh
  Hopper; Daevid Allen; Mark Kramer.

    2001 (?) - Peace Frog (Japan), PF-157D (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.

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012 - MERCY ME: Robert Wyatt 

    1/ Introduction
    2/ Dedicated To You But You Weren't Listening
                                                (Hopper)
    3/ Memories                                 (Hopper)
    4/ Sea Song                                 (Wyatt)
    5/ A Last Straw                             (Wyatt)
    6/ Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)
    7/ Alifib                                   (Wyatt)
    8/ God Song                                 (Miller, Wyatt)
    9/ Behind The Eyes                          (Tippetts)
    10/ Improvisation                           (Wyatt?)
    11/ Instant Pussy                           (Wyatt)
    12/ Signed Curtain                          (Wyatt)
    13/ Calyx                                   (Miller)
    14/ Little Red Robin Hood Hit The Road      (Wyatt)
    15/ I'm a Believer                          (Diamond)

    Recorded live at Drury Lane Theatre, London on September 8, 1974

  Robert Wyatt: voice, keyboards, percussion; Mike Oldfield: guitar; Fred
  Frith: guitar, violin; Mongezi Feza: trumpet; Hugh Hopper: bass; Laurie
  Allan: drums; Ivor Cutler: voice; Julie Tippetts: voice; Nick Mason: drums;
  Dave Stewart: keyboards; Gary Windo: bass clarinet, tenor; John Peel: MC.

    2000 (?)/2001 (?) - Peacefrog (USA (?)/Japan (?)), ? (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.
  Note: see LAS VEGAS FANDANGO (1981) for more since both record are almost
  indentical.

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013 - CULTURE DE L'OUEST: Henry Cow

  Disc 1:
    1/ Viva Pa Ubu                              (Hodgkinson)
    2/ On The Raft                              (Hodgkinson)
    3/ Falling Away                             (Cooper)
    4/ Improvisation                            (Henry Cow)
  Disc 2:
    5/ Industry                                 (Hodgkinson)
    6/ Ruins                                    (Frith)
    7/ Slice                                    (Cooper)
    8/ Slice                                    (Cooper)
    9/ Viva Pa Ubu                              (Hodgkinson)

    (1-7) recorded live in Lyon, France on June 6, 1978
    (8-9) probably recorded at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg (Switzerland) in July
    & August 1978

  Lindsay Cooper; Chris Cutler; Fred Frith; Tim Hodgkinson; Henry Kaiser (1-
  7); AnneMarie Roelofs (8-9).

    2001 (?) - Peace Frog (Japan), PF-209D (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.

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014 - A SONG ABOUT LOVE: Art Bears

    1/ The Winter Wheel
    2/ Riddle
    3/ First Things First
    4/ Winter ~ War
    5/ Force
    6/ The Tube
    7/ Joan
    8/ The Summer Wheel
    9/ Moeris Dancing
    10/ Piers
    11/ The Dividing Line
    12/ The Skeleton
    13/ Rats & Monkeys
    14/ Man & Boy
    15/ Three Wheels
    16/ The Dance
    17/ The Hermit
    18/ A Little Something
    19/ Mr. Rainbow
    20/ Strayed
    21/ The Bath Of Stars
    22/ The Winter Wheel
    23/ Riddle
    24/ First Things First
    25/ Winter ~ War
    26/ Force
    27/ The Tube
    28/ Joan
    29/ The Summer Wheel
    30/ Moeris Dancing
    31/ Piers
    32/ On Suicide
    33/ Maze
    34/ The Dividing Line
    35/ The Skeleton
    36/ Rats & Monkeys
    37/ Man & Boy
    38/ The Dance
    39/ The Hermit
    40/ A Little Something
    41/ Alcohol

    (1-20) recorded at Charleville, Ireland (?) in May 1979
    (21-41) recorded at Milano, Italy on May 1, 1979

  Chris Cutler: drums, percussions; Fred Frith: guitars, violin; Dagmar 
  Krause: vocals; Peter Blegvad: guitars, bass, singing; Marc Hollander:
  keyboards, clarinet.

    2002 - Peace Frog (Japan?), ? (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.

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015 - NO WITHHOLDING: Meridiem

    1/ The 7th
    2/ Mingle
    3/ Iurodivii
    4/ Instrumental Track
    5/ Lunarsa
    6/ Frozen
    7/ Anaesthesia
    8/ Unreleased Track #1
    9/ Interference
    10/ Crucible
    11/ Unreleased Track #2
    12/ Unreleased Track #3

    Recorded in San Francisco, California on October 23, 1999

  Percy Howard: vocals; Fred Frith: guitars, violin; Bill Laswell: bass, fuzz
  bass; Charles Hayward: percussion, drums.

    2002 - Peace Frog (Japan?), ? (CD)

  Note: this is assumed to be a bootleg record.

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016 - LIVE AT ZU CLUB: John Greaves & Peter Blegvad

  Disc 1:
    1/ Milk/Jaloozy                             (Blegvad, Greaves)       7:15
    2/ For Bearings                             (Blegvad, Greaves)       6:36
    3/ The Rose Sob                             (Blegvad, Greaves)       2:48
    4/ Silence                                  (Blegvad, Greaves)       6:17
    5/ Reading A Story                                                   9:49
    6/ Crumb De La Crumb                        (Blegvad)                2:35
    7/ Alcohol                                  (Blegvad)                3:34
  Disc 2:
    8/ Strayed                                  (Blegvad)                3:28
    9/ Actual Frenzy                            (Blegvad, Greaves)       9:53
    10/ Twenty-Two Proverbs                     (Blegvad, Greaves)       6:46
    11/ Riding Tigers                           (Blegvad)                4:22
    12/ A Little Something                      (Blegvad)                4:41
    13/ Improvisation                                                   10:59

    Recorded live at Zu Club, New York on December 19, 1978

  Peter Blegvad: guitar, vocals; John Greaves: bass, keyboards, vocals; Fred
  Frith: guitar, violin; Lisa Herman: vocals; ???: drums; Eugene Chadbourne
 (10?): guitar.

    2003 - Peacefrog (Japan), C031226 (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.

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017 - KALEIDOSCOPE: Henry Cow 
  
  Disc 1:
    1/ Improvisation Part One                   (Henry Cow)             47:38
  Disc 2:
    2/ Improvisation Part Two                   (Henry Cow)             44:08

    Recorded live at Trondheim, Norway on May 26, 1976

  Fred Frith; Chris Cutler; Tim Hodgkinson; Lindsay Cooper.

    2003 (?) - Peace Frog (Japan), PF-281D (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.

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018 - EARLY DEMO TAPES 1973: Henry Cow

    1/ Teenbeat                                                          4:01
    2/ Poglith                                                           1:07
    3/ Nine Funerals For The Citizen King                                5:01
    4/ Nirvana For Mice                                                  4:08
    5/ Nine Funerals For The Citizen King                                5:16   
    6/ Hold To The Zero Burn                                             9:30

  Geoff Leigh: tenor, flute, clarinet, vocals; Fred Frith: guitar, violin,
  vocals; Chris Cutler: drums, vocals; Tim Hodgkinson: clarinet, alto, organ,
  vocals; John Greaves: bass, vocals.

    2003 (?) - Hickory (Japan), ??? (CD)

  Note: the title for some tracks (like (2,6)) might be incorrect...

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019 - NDR: Henry Cow

    1/ Beautiful As The Moon                                             5:40
    2/ Nirvana For Mice                                                  5:00
    3/ Ottawa Song                                                      12:03
    4/ Improvisation/Nirvana For Mice/Ruins/Improvisation               30:43
    5/ Terrible As An Army With Banners                                  2:49

    Recorded live at Jazz Workshop Hamburg, Germany by Nord Deutscher Rundfunk 
    (NDR) on March 26, 1976

  Dagmar Krause: vocals; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, vocals; Chris Cutler:
  drums; Tim Hodgkinson: alto, organ; John Greaves: bass; Lindsay Cooper:
  bassoon.

    2003 (?) - Hickory (Japan), ??? (CD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.

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020 - UNKNOWN SESSION: Henry Cow
  
    1/ Erk Gah 1                                (Hodgkinson)            12:53
    2/ Erk Gah 2                                (Hodgkinson)             8:02
    3/ Erk Gah 3                                (Hodgkinson)             4:05
    4/ Ruins                                    (Frith)                 12:06
    5/ [unknown title]                                                   8:47
    6/ No More Songs                            (Phil Ochs)              3:40
    7/ [unknown title]                                                  20:32
    8/ [unknown title]                                                   7:30

    Recorded in Stockholm and Goteborg, Sweden in May 1977

  Dagmar Krause: vocals; Fred Frith: guitar, violin, vocals; Chris Cutler:
  drums; Tim Hodgkinson: clarinet, alto, organ; Georgie Born: bass; Lindsay 
  Cooper: bassoon, oboe, flute.

    2003 (?) - Hickory (Japan), H-1148 (CD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.
  Note: the CD notes erroneously give May 1976 as recording date.

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021 - RARE TRACKS COMPILATION: Henry Cow

  This record collects rare tracks by Henry Cow (1-7), Art Bears (8-10), The
  Work (11-12), and Fred Frith (13-16).

    1/ Pigeons                                                          15:14
    2/ The Entire Works of Henry Cow                                     1:00
    3/ Bellycan                                                          3:21
    4/ The Glove                                                         6:30
    5/ Torchfire                                                         4:52
    6/ Lovers of Gold                                                    6:27
    7/ Slice & Viva Pa Ubu                                               5:22
    8/ All Hail                                                          3:52
    9/ Rats and Monkeys                                                  3:07
    10/ Collapse                                                         4:43
    11/ Houdini                                                          3:48
    12/ With Wings Pressed Back                                          1:01
    13/ Please Give it Back                                              4:18
    14/ My Need is Greater Than Yours                                    1:44
    15/ Noise Carruthers, Our Bloody Noise                               3:08
    16/ Narrow Road                                                      6:54

    2003 (?) - Hickory (Japan), ??? (CD)

  See TOP GEAR BBC (2004) for further references on (1,13-16), MINIATURES
  (1980) for (2,12), LEGEND (1973) for (3), UNREST (1974) for (4,5), IN PRAISE
  OF LEARNING (1975) for (6), THE RECOMMENDED RECORDS SAMPLER (1982) for (7,8,
  11), and RATS & MONKEYS/COLLAPSE (1979) for (9,10).

  Note: this is a bootleg record.

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022 - LIVE IN PARIS, NOVEMBER 20, 1977: The Orckestra

    Recorded live at the Fete du Nouveau Populaire, Hippodrome, Paris on 
    November 20, 1977

  Lindsay Cooper: bassoon, flute, oboe; Chris Cutler: drums; Fred Frith: gui-
  tar; Dagmar Krause: vocals; Tim Hodgkinson: organ, clarinet, alto; Georgie
  Born: bass, cello; Mike Westbrook: piano, euphonium; Dave Chambers: soprano,
  tenor; Kate Barnard: piccolo, tenor horn; Paul Rutherford: trombone, eupho-
  nium; Phil Minton: trumpet; Frankie Armstrong: vocals.

    2003 (?) - Hickory (Japan), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.

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023 - LIVE 80-81: Massacre

    Recorded live at CBGB's, New York City on April 24, 1980, at Soundscape,
    New York City on July 2, 1980, and at Reims, France on April 5, 1981

  Fred Frith: guitar; Bill Laswell: bass; Fred Maher: drums.

    2004 - OG-You (Japan), 028/029 (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.

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024 - TOP GEAR, BBC: Henry Cow... and Company
  
  This record brings together five Top Gear sessions, two by Henry Cow (1-4),
  one by Fred Frith (5-9), one by Greaves-Blegvad (10-12), and one by Slapp
  Happy (13-14).
  
    1/ Guider Tells Of Silent Airborne Machine                           9:40
    2/ 9 Funerals Of The Citizen King                                    5:11
    3/ Bee                                                               4:01
    4/ Pidgeons: Ruins/Half Awake Half Asleep/Bittern Storm Over Ulm    15:46
    5/ Please Give It Back                                               4:12
    6/ My Need Is Greater Than Yours                                     1:45
    7/ Noise Carruthers Pur Bloody Noise                                 3:07
    8/ In Which Case The Anxiety                                         4:26
    9/ Narrow Road                                                       2:24
    10/ Mostly Twins And Trios                                           7:29
    11/ From The Trees To The Wheel                                      2:29
    12/ Actual Frenzy                                                    2:40
    13/ War Is Energy Enslaved                                           3:13
    14/ Little Something                                                 3:11

    (1-3) recorded on April 24, 1973
    (4) recorded on April 25, 1974
    (5-9) recorded on December 2, 1974
    (10-12) recorded on December 13, 1977
    (13-14) recorded on June 25, 1974 

  Fred Frith (1-9,13-14): guitar, violin, vocals; Tim Hodgkinson (1-4): organ,
  alto, vocals; Geoff Leigh (1-3,13-14): tenor, flute; John Greaves (1-4,10-
  12): bass, piano, vocals; Chris Cutler (1-4): drums; Lindsay Cooper (4,13-
  14): oboe, bassoon; Anthony Moore (5-14): keyboards, synthesizer, piano;
  Dagmar Krause (5-9,13-14): vocals; Peter Blegvad (10-14): guitar, vocals;
  Tom Newman (10-12): guitar; Andy Ward (10-12): percussion; Jeff Clyne (13-
  14): double bass; Robert Wyatt (13-14): vocals, percussion.

    2004 - no label (UK?), no number (CD)

  Note: Audiophile remastered edition of 100 numbered copies; likely to be a
  bootleg.

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025 - STAND UP "FULL METAL AMOUR": Henry Cow, Slapp Happy, Fred Frith, John
  Greaves and Peter Blegvad

  This record brings together one Top Gear session by Henry Cow (1, 2)), and
  six Peel Sessions: four by Henry Cow (3-9), one by Slapp Happy (10-13), one
  by Fred Frith (14-18), and one by Greaves-Blegvad (19-21).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Hieronymo's Mad Again                                             9:38
    2/ Poglith Drives A Vauxhall Viva                                    3:16
    3/ I Came To See You                                                 6:40
    4/ Rapt In A Blanket                                                 5:03
    5/ Teenbeat                                                          9:18
    6/ Guider Tells Of Silent Airborne Machine                           9:39
    7/ Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King                                 5:12
    8/ Bee                                                               3:59
  Disc 2:
    9/ Pidgeons: Ruins/Half Awake Half Asleep/Bittern Storm Over Ulm    15:46
    10/ Europa                                                           3:04
    11/ Me And Parvarti                                                  3:27
    12/ A Little Something                                               3:19
    13/ War Is Energy Enslaved                                           3:14
    14/ Please Give It Back                                              4:13
    15/ My Need Is Greater Than Yours                                    1:46
    16/ Noise Carruthers Pure Bloody Noise                               3:08
    17/ In Which Case The Anxiety                                        4:27
    18/ Narrow Road                                                      2:23
    19/ Mostly Twins And Trios                                           7:30
    20/ From The Trees To The Wheel                                      2:29
    21/ Actual Frenzy 2:39

    (1-2) recorded at BBC Maida Vale Studios, London on May 4, 1971
    (3-5) recorded at Playhouse Theatre, London on February 28, 1972
    (6-8) recorded at BBC Langham Studios, London on April 24, 1973
    (9) recorded at BBC Langham Studios, London on April 25, 1974
    (10-13) recorded at BBC Langham Studios, London on June 25, 1974
    (14-18) recorded at BBC Maida Vale Studios, London on December 2, 1974
    (19-21) recorded at BBC Maida Vale Studios, London on December 13, 1977

  Fred Frith (1-9,11-12,14-18): guitar, violin, vocals; John Greaves (1-9, 19-
  21): bass, piano, vocals; Tim Hodgkinson (1-9): organ, alto, clarinet, vo-
  cals; Sean Jenkins (1,2): drums; Geoff Leigh (3-8, 10-13): tenor, soprano,
  clarinet, flute; Chris Cutler (3-9): drums; Dave Stewart (3-5): keyboards;
  Lindsay Cooper (9,10,12-13): oboe, bassoon; Anthony Moore (10-18): vocals,
  keyboards, synthesizer, piano; Dagmar Krause (10-18): vocals; Peter Blegvad
  (10-13,19-21): guitar, vocals; Jeff Clyne (10-13): bass; Robert Wyatt (10,
  12-13): vocals, percussion; Tom Newman (19-21): guitar; Andy Ward (19-21):
  percussion.

    2006 (?) - ??? (Japan), AYY-121/122CD (2xCD)

  Note: this is a bootleg record.
  Note: Henry Cow and Slapp Happy are respectively called "Henly Cow" and
  "Slap Happy" on the cover.

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LA DERNIERE TENTATION DU DISQUE: Guy Clerbois (1993 - AYAA (France), PSOCDA1
  - (CD))
LIKE A MELODY, NO BITTERNESS: Bob Ostertag (1997 - My Very Own Record Label
  (USA), MVORL - 1 (CD))
SHADOWS: Timet (1998 - I Dischi Forma (Italy), I Dischi Forma 04 (CD))
LA VIA NEGATIVA: Timet (1998 - I Dischi Forma (Italy), I Dischi Forma 05 
  (CD))
MW 3: various artists (2000 - In Poly Sons (France), IPS 0800 (CD))
MW POUR ROBERT WYATT (2001 - In Poly Sons (France), IPS 0401 (CD))
HALLUCINATED MEMORIES: Alessio Riccio (2003 - Unorthodox Recordings (Italy), 
  Unhx/008 (CD))
TOTO ANGELICA: Alvin Curran (2005 - I Dischi Di Angelica (Italy), IDA 020
  (CD))
DONUTS - J Dilla (Jay Dee) (2006 - Stones Throw (USA), STH 2126 (LP/CD))

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|                                RIFT CATALOGUE                              |
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01 - GUITAR SOLOS 3: various artists (1979 - Rift (USA), Rift 1 (LP))
02 - GETTING A HEAD: Bob Ostertag (1980 - Rift (USA), Rift 2 (LP))
03 - A DOUGHNUT IN BOTH HANDS: Phil Minton (1982 - Rift (USA), Rift 3 (LP))
04 - VOICE OF AMERICA: Frith, Minton, Ostertag (1982 - Rift Records (USA),
     Rift 4 (LP))
05 - CARGO CULT REVIVAL: Tom Cora and David Moss (1983 - Rift, Rift 5 (LP))
06 - STOP THOSE SONGS: V-Effect (1984 - Rift (USA), Rift 6 (LP))
07 - LOCUS SOLUS: John Zorn (1983 - Rift (USA), Rift 007 (2xLP))
08 - LEARN TO TALK: Skeleton Crew (1984 - Rift (USA), Rift 8 (LP))
09 - SEMANTICS: Rothenberg/Sharp/Bennett (1985 - Rift Records, Rift 9 (LP))
10 - LUMINOUS BIPEDS: The Orthotonics (1986 - Rift Records, Rift 10 (LP))
11 - THE COUNTRY OF BLINDS: Skeleton Crew (1986 - Rift (USA), Rift 11 (LP))
12 - MUMBO JUMBO: Jim Staley (1987 - Rift (USA), Rift 12 (2xLP))
13 - SEQUENCE GIRLS: Soldier String Quartet (1988 - Rift (USA), Rift 13 (LP))
14 - ATTENTION SPAN: Bob Ostertag (1990 - Rift (USA), Rift 14 (CD))
15 - SPIRALLING: Momes (???? - Rift (USA), Rift 15 (CD))
16 - PARTS & LABOR: Timber (???? - Rift (USA), Rift 16 (CD))
17 - DOING THE DON'T: The Same (???? - Rift (USA), Rift 17 (CD))
18 - KLANGENBANG: Roger Kleier (1996 - Rift (USA), Rift 18 (CD))
19 - BELL SYSTEM: Les Batteries (1998 - Rift (USA), Rift 19 (CD))
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