DISCOGRAPHY OF WAYNE HORVITZ

This is the 9th version of the discography of Wayne Horvitz. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

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

Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com)
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		       | DISCOGRAPHY OF WAYNE HORVITZ |
		       |         August 2009          |
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		       | by Patrice Roussel           |
		       | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)     |
		       | 2034 NE 37th Ave.            |
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With special thanks to:

Patrick Schuster
Malcolm Humes 
Richard Simon 
William Kenz  
Mark Lutwak
Mark Perlson
Fred Chalenor
Philippe Renaud
R. Lynn Rardin
Wayne Horvitz
David Newgarden
Jean-Pierre Urbain 
Randall Kennedy   
Andrew Torda     
Piotr Marek     
Jonas Vognsen  
Doug Tygar    
YOSHIOKA Toshiya 
Jody McAllister  
Geoff Gray       
Miles Krawiec		
Tony Reif              
James L. Kirchmer     
Robert J. Holub	
Danilo Campanella
Steve Smith     
Scott Russell  
Lang Thompson  
Christopher Hamilton 
Gerry Lenocker	
Yves Dewulf    
Michel Ramond 
Artur Nowak  
Toby Dodds  
Matthew Ross Davis 
Phil Plencner	
William York   
Charles B Gillett 
Hywel Davies      
Tom Benton       
Stefan Verstraeten
Don Pierson	
Johann Haidenbauer
Dave Egan        
Paolo Gianolio   
Martin Reh      
Eric van 't Groenewout  
Bill Sundberg	
Derrick D. Little 
hatta            
Joshua Riggs    
Pawel Baranowski 
Craig Lieske	
Jacques Debout 
for sending me extra material and/or giving prompt answers to my questions.

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

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

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

Some abbreviations:

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

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

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001 - NO PLACE FAST: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Waiting For Roberto                      (Horvitz)               
    2/ Art Police                               (Horvitz)
    3/ C.R.                                     (Horvitz)
    4/ A-Composite Portrait (A.C.)              (Horvitz)

    Recorded at Magnagraphics Studio, New York City on June 12, 14, and 20,
    1979

  Robin Holcomb: piano, percussion, electric bass; Wayne Horvitz: piano,
  contrabass, harmonica; Mark Edward Miller: percussion; Carolyn Romberg:
  alto, flute; David Sewelson: alto, baritone saxophone.

    1979 - Theatre For Your Mother (USA), TFYM 001 (LP)

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002 - SYNCHRO-INCITY: David Sewelson And The 25 O'Clock Band

    1/ Synchro-Incity                           (Sewelson)              16:18
    2/ Othm                                     (Sewelson, Horvitz)      4:06
    3/ Where Are You                            (Sewelson)              10:34

  Robin Holcomb: piano; Wayne Horvitz: contrabass; Mark Edward Miller: percus-
  sion; Carolyn Romberg: alto, flute; Dave Sewelson: alto, baritone saxophone.

    1979 - Theatre For Your Mother (USA), TFYM 002 (LP)

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003 - CASCANDO & WORDS & MUSIC: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Cascando                                 (Horvitz)               17:20

    Recorded at Bayside Studios, Queens (New York) on May 27, 1979

  Frank Collison: opener; Joseph J. Casalini: voice; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet.

    2/ Words And Music                          (Mark E. Miller)        23:40

    Recorded at Bayside Studios, Queens (New York) on May 27, 1979

  Joseph J. Casalini: words; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; Wayne Horvitz: contrabass,
  harmonica; Mark Miller: percussion, vibraphone.

    1979 - Theatre For Your Mother (USA), TFYM 003 (LP)

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004 - 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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005 - TRUMPET SONGS & DANCES: Lesli Dalaba

    1/ Tracks Along The Water                                            2:28
    2/ Two Up                                                            7:52
    3/ Skittles (To Fred Astaire)                                        2:10
    4/ Barrytown                                                         8:28
    5/ Two Down                                                          3:45
    6/ Suite For Hopalong Cassidy                                        4:21
      6a/ Stop In Town
      6b/ Back On The Trail
    7/ Hollows                                                           2:15
    8/ Tanz Pesen                                                        9:03

    (4) recorded live at Bard Hall, Annandale (New York) in June 1978
    (5) recorded live at Transpace, Tuscaloosa (Alabama) in August 1978
    (2,3) recorded at WKCR studio, Columbia University in January 1979
    Remaining titles recorded at Studio K., New York City in March 1979

  Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; Wayne Horvitz (2): bass; Polly Bradfield (5): violin.

    1979 - Parachute Records, P010 (LP)

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006 - POOL: John Zorn

    1/ Pool                                     (Zorn)                  51:12
    
    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studio, New York City on March 1, 1980
    
  Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion, contact microphones,
  vibraphone; Charles K. Noyes: percussion, saw, khene; Bob Ostertag: elec-
  tronics (Serge); John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinets, game calls; Lesli
  Dalaba: prompter.

    2/ Hockey (first version)                   (Zorn)                  11:16
    
    Recorded at Dick Charles Studio (by Les Paul, Jr.) on March 4, 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitar, personal effects; Wayne Horvitz: ampli-
  fied piano; Bob Ostertag: electronics (Serge).

    3/ Hockey (second version, take 2)          (Zorn)                   3:42
    4/ Hockey (second version, take 5)          (Zorn)                   2:43
    5/ Hockey (second version, take 8)          (Zorn)                   0:50
    6/ Hockey (second version, take 10)         (Zorn)                   0:59

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studio, New York City on March 1, 1980

  Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion; John Zorn: goose, duck 
  and crow calls, clarinet mouthpiece.

    1980 - Parachute Records (USA), P011/12 (2xLP)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)

  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) for unreleased takes from the
  Hockey session.

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007 - SIMPLE FACTS: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Simple Facts                             (Horvitz)
    2/ Heaven                                   (Ellington)
    3/ Art Thieves                              (Horvitz)  
    4/ What Can I Say                           (Horvitz)
    5/ Adagio                                   (Holcomb)
    6/ Globus Hystericus                        (Horvitz)
    7/ April 13                                 (Holcomb)
    8/ Suite
      8a/ Laura                                 (Raskin, Mercer)
      8b/ Overs                                 (Holcomb)
    9/ No Place Fast                            (Horvitz, Nettelbeck)   
  
    Recorded in New York City in May 1980
    
  Dennis Charles (1,4,5,6): drums; Roy Campbell (1,4,5,6): trumpet; Wayne
  Horvitz: piano, electronics, harmonica, vocals; William Parker (1,4,5,6): 
  bass; David Sewelson (1,3,4,5,6,9): alto, baritone, vocals; Joe Gallant (3,
  9): electric bass; Geordie Gillespie (3,9): drums; John Zorn (3,9): alto, 
  game calls; Dana Vlcek (3,4): tenor.

    1981 - Theatre For Your Mother (USA), TFYM 004 (LP)

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008 - RADIOPLAY: Peter Handke

  Play by Peter Handke directed by Mark Lutwak with music and sound effects
  by Wayne Horvitz.

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York City by Dave Avidor

    1979 - Theatre For Your Mother (USA), TFYM 006 (LP)

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009 - GHOST OF A TRANCE: Peter Kuhn

    1/ Where The Magic Is                       (Kuhn)                  19:00
    2/ Trill Me                                 (Kuhn)                   5:40
    3/ TripVlet                                 (Kuhn)                   6:45
    4/ Ghost Of A Trance                        (Kuhn)                   7:45

    (1) recorded live at the Alternative Center For International Arts, New
    York on December 8, 1979
    (2-4) recorded live at Studio Henry, New York on February 2, 1980
    Produced by Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Peter Kuhn: alto clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor; William Parker (1): tuba;
  Phillip Wilson (1): balaphon, cymbals, assorted percussion; David Sewelson 
  (2-4): alto, baritone sax; Bill Horvitz (2-4): electric guitar; Mark Miller 
  (2-4): vibes; Wayne Horvitz (2-4): electro-acoustic piano.

    1981 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat Hut 1R09 (LP)

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010 - 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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011 - THE KILL: Peter Kuhn

    1/ Skeeter                                  (Kuhn)                   8:23
    2/ You                                      (Kuhn)                   7:19
    3/ Being Human                              (Kuhn)                   5:52
    4/ The Kill                                 (Kuhn)                  22:59

    Recorded at Morton Street, New York on January 12 and December 20, 1981

  Peter Kuhn: B flat and bass clarinets; Wayne Horvitz: piano and synthesizer;
  William Parker: bass; Dennis Charles: drums and voice.

    1982 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1043 (LP)
    1998 - Soul Note (Italy), 121043 (CD)

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012 - ARCHERY: John Zorn

    1/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  20:48
    2/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  20:21
    3/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  24:00
    4/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  23:42

    Recorded at the OAO Studio in Brooklyn, New York on September 12 and 13,
    1981

  Robert Dick: flutes, game calls; George Lewis: trombone; John Zorn: alto, 
  soprano, clarinets, game calls; Anthony G. Coleman: organ, electric piano; 
  Wayne B. Horvitz: Farfisa organ, harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: 
  cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars; Bill Horvitz: 
  guitar; Bill Laswell: bass; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David 
  Moss: drums, voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    1982 - Parachute Records, P017/18 (2xLP)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)
    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-4 (3xCD)

  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) or ARCHERY (2001) for unreleased
  takes from the Archery session.

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013 - PERIPHERAL VISION: Bands of Loisaida, New York City

  This record features music by V-Effect, The Scene Is Now, Crazy Hearts, ISM, 
  Mofungo, The State, The Ordinaires, Hi-Sheriffs of Blue.

    7/ Sample/Hold                      (ISM)

    Recorded live at A7 Club, CBGB, and Mort's Social Club on November 8, 1981
    and May 25, 1982

  Michael Brown: bass; Al Diaz: percussion; Robert Previte: drums; Elliott
  Sharp: guitar, bass, bass clarinet, soprano, editing; David Linton: drums;
  Scott Jarvis: drums; Paul Burwell: drums; M.E. Miller: drums; Gwain 
  Gillespie: percussion; Neil White: percussion; Wayne Horvitz: synthesizer; 
  Chris Vine: guitar; Felipe Orrego: guitar; Jeannette Riedel: violin; 
  Richard Edson: trumpet; Phillip Johnston: soprano; David Sacks: trombone.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

    1982 - Zoar Records (USA), ZOAR 9 (LP)

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014 - 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).

    26/ Beer Notation
    
  F.A. Nettelbeck; Wayne Horvitz.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

    1982 - Zoar Records (USA), Zoar 10 (LP)
    1992 - Arrest Records (USA), ??? (CD)
    1993 - Muworks Records (USA), MUW 1016 CD (CD)
    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP69 (2xCD)

  Note: the CD contains 34 new pieces.
  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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015 - SOME ORDER, LONG UNDERSTOOD: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Psalm                                    (Horvitz)               21:08
    2/ Some Order, Long Understood              (Horvitz)               21:20
    
    Recorded live at Studio Henry, New York City on February 5, 1982

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; Wayne Horvitz: piano; William Parker: bass.    
    
    1983 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0059 (LP)
    1994 - Black Saint (Italy), 120059-2 (CD)

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016 - LOCUS SOLUS: John Zorn

    1/ Bass And The Treble                                               2:51
    2/ The Acquisition & Control Of Fire                                 1:30
    3/ Honey-Cab                                                         2:30
    4/ Switch                                                            2:06
    5/ Juan Talks It Out Of His System                                   2:07
    6/ The Wish                                                          2:00
    7/ A Case Arose                                                      1:53
    8/ The Elf                                                           1:37

    Recorded at Transistor 8 Studio, New York City in February 1983 by Michael
    Lytle

  Peter Blegvad: vocals; Christian Marclay: phonograph and recycled records;
  John Zorn: alto, soprano, clarinets, game calls.

    9/ Getting Curly                                                     1:45 
    10/ Don't Switch                                                     1:44
    11/ Smooth Cheeks Of A Big Ego                                       1:45
    12/ Add Water                                                        2:05
    13/ Cold                                                             1:26
    14/ Friar T                                                          0:53
    15/ Too Me                                                           2:06
    16/ You Rang?                                                        1:06
    17/ Self-Satisfied                                                   1:11
    18/ Agora                                                            0:48
    19/ Dot Dot, Dot                                                     1:06
    20/ Moi Non Plus                                                     1:32
    21/ Liver                                                            1:35
    22/ "The Footman's Eyes Get Crossed"                                 0:59

    (9-15) recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in April 1983 by Martin Bisi
    (16-22) recorded live at PLUGG in April 1983 by Stevie McAllister

  Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocals; Anton Fier: drums; John Zorn: alto, soprano,
  clarinets, game calls.

    23/ Heike Cipher Mystery                                             1:40
    24/ Jedi Mind Trick                                                  1:02
    25/ Mysterious Island                                                2:03
    James Bond Trilogy
      26/ You Only Live Twice, Mr. Bond                                  1:53
      27/ When Arrows Meet                                               1:35
      28/ Never Say Never Again                                          1:38
    29/ Sign Of The Four                                                 2:04
    30/ Locus Solus (parts 1 & 2)                                        2:06

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in May 1983 by Martin Bisi

  Wayne Horvitz: organ, electronics; Ikue Mori: drums; John Zorn: alto, sopra-
  no, clarinets, game calls.

    31/ Where Are My Victims ?                                           1:59
    32/ Disco Volante                                                    2:00
    33/ Kaiser In Borneo                                                 1:41
    34/ The Saint                                                        1:33
    35/ The Violent Death Of Dutch Schultz                               1:16
    36/ Thunderball                                                      1:38
    37/ White Zombie                                                     1:23
    38/ The Slaves Of Vesuvius                                           1:51

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in September 1983 by Martin Bisi
  
  Whiz Kid: turntable; M.E. Miller: drums, vocals, Linn drums, congas; John
  Zorn: alto, soprano, clarinets, game calls, whistling.

    1983 - Rift (USA), Rift 007 (2xLP)
    1991 - Eva/Wave (Japan), WWCX 2035 (CD)
    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7303 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Japan), evva 33003 (CD)

  Note: (16,18,20,22) are extra tracks not available on the LP pressing.  
  Note: the fourth trio was initially planned to be with Vic Albertine and
  Steve Beresford (instead of Whiz Kid and M.E. Miller).

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017 - THAT'S THE WAY I FEEL NOW: A Tribute To Thelonious Monk

  This record features covers of Monk's songs by Bruce Fowler, Steve Khan, Dr.
  John, Carla Bley, Barry Harris, Was (Not Was), Mark Bingham, Steve Lacy,
  Sharon Freeman, Todd Rundgren, Randy Weston, John Zorn, Terry Adams,
  Shockabilly, Joe Jackson, Bobby McFerrin, Chris Spedding, Steve Slagle, Gil
  Evans, etc.

    14/ Shuffle Boil                            (Monk)                   2:58
  
    Recorded in 1984
  
  John Zorn: game calls, alto, clarinets; Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocal; Wayne 
  Horvitz: piano, organ, celeste, electronics; M.E. Miller: drums, timpani. 

    1984 - A&M Records (USA), SP-6600 (2xLP)
    1984 - A&M Records (UK), AMLM 66600 (2xLP)
    ???? - A&M Records/Verve (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: there is a CD version, but without "Shuffle Boil" on it (...).
  Note: the 2xCD reissue has never been released (was announced for 2001).

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018 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: Magazine + tape

  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).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on three tracks, one with John Zorn "Cobra": 

    1/ Exercise Nr. 1                           (Zorn)                   5:50

    Recorded live at Moers Festival, Germany on May 24, 1985

  John Zorn: reeds; Carol Emanuel: harp; Zeena Parkins: harp; Arto Lindsay: 
  guitar; Elliott Sharp: guitar; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: key-
  boards; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Christian Marclay: turntables; Bob 
  James: tapes; Jim Staley: trombone, French horn; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; 
  Bobby Previte: conductor.

  and two with 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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019 - 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
    
  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 Linday (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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020 - EARLY IN THE MORNING: Bobby Radcliff

    1/ Uh!
    2/ You Belong To Me
    3/ Woke Up Screamin'
    4/ 21 Days In Jail
    5/ Early In The Mornin
    6/ Sweet Love
    7/ Don't You Leave Me Baby
    8/ Just A Stranger
    9/ Goin' Away Baby
    10/ You Win

    Recorded at WKCR, New York City in February and April 1984, and at NYU 
    Department of Music Studies in February 1985

  Bobby Radcliff: guitar, vocals; Dave Hofstra: bass; Brian Miller: bass; Oren
  Bloedow: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Phillip Johnston:
  tenor; Dave Sewelson: baritone saxophone.

    1985 - A-Okay Records, LP1000 (LP)
    2004 - Rollo Records (?), ??? (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has not been released yet (planned in 2004).

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021 - DINNER AT EIGHT: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Dinner At Eight                          (Horvitz)                1:41
    2/ This New Generation                      (Horvitz)                3:24
    3/ 3 Questions                              (Horvitz)                2:34
    4/ Conjunction For C.B.                     (Horvitz)                2:26
    5/ True                                     (Horvitz)                2:49
    6/ Extra Extra                              (Horvitz, Wieselman)     3:28
    7/ In Fields They Lay                       (Horvitz)                2:35
    8/ Second Line                              (Horvitz)                4:10
    9/ Danced All Night                         (Horvitz)                2:29
    10/ These Hard Times                        (Horvitz)                4:13
    11/ Reprise For C.B.                        (Horvitz)                3:16

    Recorded in September 1985

  Wayne Horvitz: DX-7, RX-11 drum machine; Elliott Sharp (1-3,9): guitars, 
  bass; Chris Brown (3,4,9,11): gazamba, wing; Doug Wieselman (1,2,6,8): cla-
  rinet, tenor; Joey Peters (5,10): electronic drums.

    1986 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7514 (LP)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: all the titles are also available on THIS NEW GENERATION (1987).

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022 - LIKE CHIGNIK: David Fulton

    1/ Semi-Trilogy                                                     42:39

    Recorded at Demolition Sound in March 1986

  David Fulton; Rachel Sherman; Elliott Sharp; Wayne Horvitz; Robert Previte;
  David Hofstra.

    1986 - Dossier (Germany), ST 7519 (LP)

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023 - VOODOO: The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet

    1/ Cool Struttin'                           (Sonny Clark)            5:27
    2/ Minor Meeting                            (Sonny Clark)            4:36
    3/ Nicely                                   (Sonny Clark)            5:34
    4/ Something Special                        (Sonny Clark)            4:45
    5/ Voodoo                                   (Sonny Clark)           10:57
    6/ Sonia                                    (Sonny Clark)            4:02
    7/ Sonny's Crib                             (Sonny Clark)            7:40

    Recorded at Classic Sound, New York on November 25 and 26, 1985

  Wayne Horvitz: piano; John Zorn: alto; Ray Drummond: bass; Bobby Previte: 
  drums.

    1986 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0109 (LP)
    1987 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 109-1 (LP)
    1987 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 109-2 (CD)
    1987 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 109-4 (CT)

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024 - 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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025 - THE PRESIDENT: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Goes Round And Round                     (Horvitz)                4:09
    2/ Please Take That Train From My Door      (Horvitz)                4:31
    3/ From Town to Town                        (Horvitz)                2:49
    4/ One Bright Day                           (Horvitz)                4:02
    5/ Cadillac Ranch                           (Horvitz)                4:08
    6/ Gravity Fails                            (Horvitz)                3:35
    7/ The Bean                                 (Horvitz)                3:01
    8/ The Donna Song                           (Holcomb)                4:07
    9/ Short of Breath                          (Previte)                4:41
    10/ Early Risers                            (Horvitz)                3:22

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, drum programming, harmonica; Elliott Sharp: gui-
  tar; Doug Wieselman: tenor, rhythm guitar; Bill Frisell: guitar; Bobby
  Previte: drums, drum programming, keyboards; Dave Hofstra: electric bass,
  tuba; Robin Holcomb (8): keyboards; Jim Mussen: Emulator drums operation; 
  Nica (6): vocals; Jon Rose (8): unintentional cello.

    1987 - Dossier (Germany), ST 7528 (LP)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: (2,6,8,9) are also available on THIS NEW GENERATION (1987).

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026 - THIS NEW GENERATION: Wayne Horvitz

  All selections from this record were previously available on DINNER AT EIGHT 
  (1986) and THE PRESIDENT (1987).

    1/ Dinner At Eight                          (Horvitz)                1:43
    2/ This New Generation                      (Horvitz)                3:25
    3/ 3 Questions                              (Horvitz)                2:34
    4/ True                                     (Horvitz)                2:49
    5/ Extra Extra                              (Horvitz, Wieselman)     3:29
    6/ Conjunction For C.B.                     (Horvitz)                2:29
    7/ Please Take That Train From My Door      (Horvitz)                4:31
    8/ In Fields They Lay                       (Horvitz)                2:38
    9/ Second Line                              (Horvitz)                4:10
    10/ These Hard Times                        (Horvitz)                4:14
    11/ Danced All Night                        (Horvitz)                2:31
    12/ Reprise For C.B.                        (Horvitz)                3:19
    13/ Gravity Fails                           (Horvitz)                3:36
    14/ Short Of Breath                         (Previte)                4:41
    15/ The Donna Song                          (Holcomb)                4:07

    Recorded in September 1985
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, drum programming, harmonica; Chris Brown (3,6,11,
  12): gazamba, wing; Bill Frisell (13-15): guitar; Dave Hofstra (7,13-15):
  electric bass, tuba; Joey Peters (4,10): electronic drums; Bobby Previte
  (13-15): drums, drum programming, keyboards; Elliott Sharp (1-3,7): guitars,
  bass; Doug Wieselman (1,2,6,7,9,13-15): clarinet, tenor, rhythm guitar;
  Robin Holcomb (15): keyboards; Jim Mussen (7,13): emulator drums operation;
  Nica (13): vocals; Jon Rose (15): unintentional cello.

    1987 - Elektra Musician (USA), 9 60759-1 (LP)
    1987 - Elektra Musician (USA), 9 60759-2 (CD)

  Note: (14,15) are not available on the LP pressing.

  See DINNER AT EIGHT (1986) for further references on (1-3,11).
  See THE PRESIDENT (1987) for further references on (7).

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027 - PUSHING THE ENVELOPE: Bobby Previte

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

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

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

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

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028 - 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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029 - 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)

  Note: a few tracks are missing on the Einstein Records 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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030 - NINE BELOW ZERO: Wayne Horvitz, Butch Morris, Robert Previte

    1/ 3 Places In Suburban California          (Horvitz)                6:14
    2/ Nine Below Zero                          (Horvitz)                6:15
    3/ Glory                                    (Holcomb)                4:30
    4/ If Only                                  (Horvitz)                4:29
    5/ Remind Me Of You                         (Horvitz)                4:04
    6/ The Duchess                              (Horvitz)                4:14
    7/ After All These Years                    (Horvitz)                4:23
    8/ Three Strickes                           (Horvitz)                2:47
    9/ Reno                                     (Holcomb)                5:12

    Recorded at Newtex Studio, New York City in January 1986

  Wayne Horvitz: acoustic & amplified piano, RX drum machine; Butch Morris:
  cornet, marimba, Roland drum machine, DX-7; Robert Previte: drums, marimba,
  Roland drum machine, DX-7, piano.

    1987 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas 014 (LP)
    1987 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS CD 014 (CD)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

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031 - 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.

  Horvitz plays on two tracks (only one on CD), one with Locus Solus:

    10/ Wrap Backwards And The Usual Snowflake/Beda Fomm                 4:14

    Recorded at B.C Studio

  John Zorn: alto; Christian Marclay: turntables; Peter Blegvad: vocals; Wayne 
  Horvitz: keyboards; Ikue Mori: drums.

  and one (2xLP only) with The President:

    11/ Three Crows                             (Horvitz)                3:45

    Recorded at B.C Studio

  Stu Cutler: guitar; David Hofstra: bass; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Bobby
  Previte: drums; Doug Wieselman: sax.

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

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

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032 - COBRA: John Zorn

  This record contains two versions of Cobra, a studio one and a live one.

     Cobra: Studio Version
      1/ Opening                                                         0:59
      2/ Allegro                                                         4:40
      3/ Largo                                                           6:15
      4/ Moderato                                                        7:50
      5/ Fantasia                                                        3:45
      6/ Presto                                                          1:40
      7/ Adagio Maestoso                                                 2:45
      8/ Violento                                                        4:20
      9/ Allegro Scorrevole                                              2:35
      10/ Capriccio Con Gusto                                            4:45
      11/ False Start/Giocoso                                            0:52
      12/ Scherzo                                                        5:55
      13/ Maestoso Meccanico                                             1:22
      14/ Variations/Furioso                                             8:40
      15/ Epilogue                                                       3:45
 
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City on May 9, 1986
 
  Jim Staley: trombone; Carol Emanuel: harp; Zeena Parkins: harp; Bill 
  Frisell: guitar; Elliott Sharp: doubleneck guitar/bass, soprano, voice; Arto
  Lindsay: guitar, voice; Anthony Coleman: piano, harpsichord, celeste, Yamaha 
  organ; Wayne Horvitz: piano, Hammond organ, celeste, DX7; David Weinstein: 
  Mirage sampling keyboards, celeste; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Bob James: 
  tapes; Christian Marclay: turntables; Bobby Previte: percussion; John Zorn: 
  prompter.
  
    Cobra: Live Version
      16/ Prologue/Maestoso                                              6:05
      17/ Capriccio                                                     13:15
      18/ Prestissimo                                                   14:04
      19/ Lento/Mysterioso                                               9:35
      20/ Allegro                                                       10:25

    Recorded live at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on October 21, 1985

  J.A. Deane: trombone synthesizer, electronics; Bill Frisell: guitar; Elliott 
  Sharp: doubleneck guitar/bass, voice; Anthony Coleman: piano, pipe organ, 
  Yamaha organ; Wayne Horvitz: piano, DX7; David Weinstein: Mirage sampling 
  keyboards; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Bob James: tapes; Christian Marclay: 
  turntables; Bobby Previte: drum machine; John Zorn: prompter.
  
    1987 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2034 (2xLP)
    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 60401 & CD 60402 (2xCD)
    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 2-6040 (2xCD)
    2002 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 2-580 (2xCD)

  Note: (1,9,11,13,14,18) are extra tracks not available on the LP pressing.
  Note: the 2002 reissue has been remixed and has a different booklet.

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033 - SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Spillane                                 (Zorn, Lindsay)         25:12

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June/August 1986

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste; Carol Emanuel: harp; Bill Frisell:
  guitar; David Hofstra: bass, tuba; Bob James: tapes, compact discs; Bobby
  Previte: drums, percussion; Jim Staley: trombone; David Weinstein: sampling
  keyboards, celeste; John Zorn: alto, clarinet; John Lurie: voice; Robert
  Quine: voice.

    2/ Two-Lane Highway                         (Zorn)                  18:16

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

  Albert Collins: guitar, voice; Robert Quine: guitar; Big John Patton: organ;
  Wayne Horvitz: piano, keyboards; Melvin Gibbs: bass; Ronald Shannon Jackson:
  drums; Bobby Previte: drums, percussion.

    3/ Forbidden Fruit                          (Zorn)                  10:20

    Recorded at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco and at Metal Box Studio,
    Tokyo in September 1987

  The Kronos Quartet: David Harrington (violin), John Sherba (violin), Hank
  Dutt (viola), Joan Jeanrenaud (cello); Christian Marclay: turntables; Ohta
  Hiromi: voice.

    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 979 172-1 (LP)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 79172-2 (CD)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 79172-4 (CT)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79172-1 (LP)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79172-2 (CD)
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79172-4 (CT)

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034 - LATE IN THE 20TH CENTURY: An Elektra/Nonesuch New Music Sampler

  This record features music by Kevin Volans, John Adams, John Zorn, Hamiet
  Bluiett, Wayne Horvitz, Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes, Scott
  Johnson, Philip Glass, Edgar Varèse, Idjah Hadidjah, Steve Reich.

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with John Zorn:
 
    4/ Spillane (excerpt)                       (Zorn)                   7:59
  
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 79171-2 (CD)

  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references on (4).

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035 - 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, ST 7529 (LP)

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036 - SOMETHING OUT THERE: Zeena Parkins

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

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

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

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

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037 - LIVE IN BERLIN: Curlew

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

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

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

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

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

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038 - TODOS SANTOS: Wayne Horvitz, Butch Morris, and Robert Previte play the
  music of Robin Holcomb

    1/ Adagio                                   (Holcomb)          trio  4:57
    2/ Nightbirds                               (Holcomb)          trio  6:08
    3/ Cheyenne                                 (Holcomb)          duet  5:05
    4/ The Road To Zamora                       (Holcomb)          trio  4:45
    5/ Your Palm On The Window Drawing          (Holcomb)          duet  3:00
    6/ Todos Santos                             (Holcomb)          duet  5:35
    7/ Waltz                                    (Holcomb)          trio  1:45
    8/ Overs                                    (Holcomb)          trio  7:15
    9/ The Road To Zamora/Ashes To Ashes        (Holcomb)          duet  6:09

    Trios recorded at Newtex Studio, New York City in January 1988
    Duets recorded at The Cage, Hoboken (New Jersey) in January 1988

  Wayne Horvitz: acoustic and amplified piano, DX-7; Butch Morris: cornet;
  Robert Previte: drums, DX-7, drum-machine, marimba; Doug Wieselman: tenor,
  clarinet; Bill Frisell: guitar.

    1988 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas 019 (LP)
    1988 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS CD 019 (CD)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

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039 - STAY AWAKE: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films

  This record features Betty Carter, Bill Frisell and Wayne Horvitz, Garth
  Hudson, Los Lobos, Natalie Merchant, Michael Stipe, Mark Bingham, Aaron
  Neville, Harry Nilsson, Kim Nordine, NRBQ, Sinead O'Connor, Buster 
  Poindexter and the Banshees of Blue, Bonnie Rait and Was (Not Was), The
  Replacements, Ringo Starr, Sun Ra and his Arkestra, Syd Straw, Yma Sumac,
  James Taylor, Suzanne Vega, Tom Waits.

    1a/ Hi Diddle Dee Dee (An Actor's Life For Me)
						(Leigh Harline)
    4b/ Little Wooden Head                      (Leigh Harline)
    7e/ Dumbo And Timothy                       (Oliver Wallace)
    11a/ Desolation Theme                       (Leigh Harline)  
    
    (1a,4b,7e,11a) recorded at Giant Sound Studio, New York
    Additional recording on (1a,11a) at Nordine Group Studio, Chicago

  Ken Nordine (1a,11a): voice; Bill Frisell: guitars, banjo; Wayne Horvitz: 
  piano, synthesizers.

    1988 - A&M Records (USA), SP 3918 (LP)
    1988 - A&M Records (USA), CD 3918 (CD)
    1988 - A&M Records (USA), CS 3918 (CT)
    1988 - A&M Records (Germany), 393 918-2 (CD)

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040 - CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING: Bobby Previte

    1/ Look Both Ways                           (Previte)                5:03
    2/ One Bowl                                 (Previte)                8:17
    3/ The King So Far                          (Previte)                4:41
    4/ Sometimes You Need An Airport            (Previte)                7:06
    5/ The Voice                                (Previte)                4:48
    6/ Claude's Late Morning                    (Previte)                6:28
    7/ First Song For Kate                      (Previte)                4:24
    8/ Ballet                                   (Previte)                8:04
    9/ Look Both Ways (Reprise)                 (Previte)                3:48
    10/ Bud                                     (Previte)                3:27

    Recorded at A&M Recording Studio, New York City

  Bobby Previte: drums, marimba, keyboards, drum machine, vocals; Wayne 
  Horvitz: Hammond organ, piano, harmonica; Ray Anderson: trombone; Bill 
  Frisell: electric guitar, banjo; Josh Dubin: pedal steel guitar; Joey Baron: 
  drums; Carol Emanuel: harp; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Jim Mussen: electronic 
  drums, sampling.

    1988 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8811-2 (CD)
    1995 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79448 (CD)

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041 - 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.

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042 - NUIT DES SOLOS: solo performances during the festival of Vandoeuvre-les-
  Nancy

  This record features solo improvisations by David Moss, Elliott Sharp, Jill
  Jaffee, Anthony Coleman, Jean-François Pauvros, Jagger Naut, Christian 
  Marclay, Carol Emanuel, Tom Cora, Guigou Chenevier, Louis Sclavis, John 
  Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Jon Rose.

    14/ no title                                                         1:53
  
    Recorded live at Vandoeuvre, France on May 22, 1987

  Wayne Horvitz: piano.

    1988 - Van d'Oeuvre, 8802 (LP)

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043 - 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 Memoire                          (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)

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044 - LARKS, THEY CRAZY: Robin Holcomb

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

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

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

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

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045 - 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).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Bobby Previte:

    1/ Look Both Ways                           (Previte)                5:03

  1989 - nma 001 (CD)

  See CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING (1988) for further references on (1).

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046 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR: John Zorn

  Music for a Japanese children's cartoon show.
  
    Trip Coaster                                 (Zorn)
      1/ Hysteric Logo                                                   0:22
      2/ Walk To Park                                                    1:06
      3/ Fanfare-Coaster 1                                               1:06
      4/ Coaster 2                                                       0:48                                             
      5/ Fighting Pirates-Yakisoba                                       1:41
      6/ Coaster Trip                                                    1:36

    Recorded at Shelly Palmer Studio, New York City in October 1988
    
  Bill Frisell: electric guitar, banjo; Carol Emanuel: harp; Wayne Horvitz:
  keyboards; Kermit Driscoll: acoustic & electric bass; Bobby Previte: drums,
  percussion; Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percussion; Christian Marclay: turn-
  tables.

    Ch Ch Ch Change                             (Zorn)
      7/ 1st Hit/2nd Hit                                                 0:11
      8/ Run Across Hit                                                  0:04
      9/ Run To Station                                                  0:16
      10/ Punk Rock Hero                                                 0:46
      11/ Micky Mousing                                                  0:10
      12/ Abacus Waltz                                                   0:38
      13/ Punk Rebel/Walking Home Tsunta's Theme                         3:35
      14/ End Title                                                      0:10

    Recorded at Shelly Palmer Studio, New York City in October 1988
    
  Arto Lindsay: electric guitar; Robert Quine: electric guitar; Marc Ribot:
  electric guitar, banjo; Carol Emanuel: harp; Peter Scherer: keyboards; David
  Hofstra: acoustic & electric bass; Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percussion; 
  Bobby Previte: drums, percussion.

    Through The Night                           (Zorn)
      15/ Through The Night/And The Day                                  1:29
      16/ Home Sweet Home                                                1:47
      17/ Making Ramen At Midnight                                       0:34
      18/ Scary Moonlight/Next Morning                                   1:53

    Recorded at Shelly Palmer Studio, New York City in January 1989

  Marc Ribot: acoustic & electric guitar, banjo; Carol Emanuel: harp; Jill
  Jaffee: violin, viola; Maxine Neuman: cello; Peter Scherer: keyboards; David
  Hofstra: acoustic & electric bass, tuba; Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percus-
  sion; Ikue Mori: drum machine.

    Bubblin' Singin'                            (Zorn)
      19/ (My Favorite Things)-(Curry Rice)                              2:18
      20/ (Omelet Punk 1)                                                0:21 
      21/ Classical                                                      0:26
      22/ Sound Effects                                                  0:44
      23/ Onion Samba                                                    0:53
      24/ (Omelet Punk 2)                                                0:28
      25/ (Me And My Hamburger)-Final Samba                              1:04
      26/ Surfing Samba                                                  1:10

    Recorded at Shelly Palmer Studio, New York City in January 1989

  Bill Frisell: electric & acoustic guitar, banjo; Robert Quine: electric gui-
  tar; Carol Emanuel: harp; Peter Scherer: keyboards; David Hofstra: electric
  & acoustic bass, tuba; Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percussion; Bobby Previte: 
  drums, percussion; Arto Lindsay: vocal; Kiriko Kubo: vocal.

    1989 - CBS/Sony (Japan), 24DH 5291 (CD)    
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7315 (CD)

  Note: the Tzadik reissue is also called FILMWORKS VII.

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047 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR - TRIP COASTER: John Zorn    

    Trip Coaster                                (Zorn)                   7:35
      1/ Hysteric Logo
      2/ Walk To Park
      3/ Fanfare-Coaster
      4/ Coaster
      5/ Fighting Pirates-Yakisoba
      6/ Coaster Trip

    1989 - CBS/Sony, 10EH 3327 (3" CD)

  See CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR (1989) for further references.

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048 - BRING YR CAMERA: The President

    1/ Hearts Are Broken                        (Horvitz)                5:07
    2/ Philip                                   (Horvitz)                6:00
    3/ Our Hands Of Water                       (Horvitz)                3:44
    4/ Ride The Wide Streets                    (Horvitz)                3:18
    5/ Clear The Bridge                         (Previte)                6:05
    6/ Andre's Mood                             (Horvitz)                5:20
    7/ 3 Crows                                  (Horvitz)                5:14
    8/ A Bad Dream                              (Horvitz)                9:59
    9/ Wish The Children Would Come On Home     (Horvitz)                3:39

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City in February 1988
    Produced by Arthur Moorhead and Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, harmonica, drum programming; Bobby Previte: drums;
  Elliott Sharp: guitars; Dave Hofstra: electric bass, tuba; Doug Wieselman:
  tenor; Dave Tronzo: slide guitar, national steel guitar.

    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60799-2 (CD) 
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 96 07991 (LP)

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049 - LATE IN THE 20TH CENTURY II: New Recording from Elektra/Nonesuch

  This record features music by Steve Reich, Bob Telson, Lee Breuer, J.S.
  Bach, Philip Glass, Carlos Paredes, Igor Stravinsky, Arvo Part, Wayne
  Horvitz, MFSB, Ornette Coleman, Akiko Yano, Bill Frisell, Gipsy King.

    9/ Philip                                   (Wayne Horvitz)          4:54

    1989 - Elektra/Nonesuch, 9 79221-2 (CD)

  See BRING YR CAMERA (1989) for further references on (9).

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

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

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Bobby Previte:

    9/ Bud                                      (Previte)                3:27

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

  See CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING (1988) for further references.

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051 - 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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052 - RUBAIYAT: Elektra's 40th Anniversary

  This record features covers of Elektra's artists by The Cure, Tracy Chapman,
  Billy Bragg, Jevetta Steele, Gipsy Kings, The Black Velvet Band, The 
  Sugarcubes, Shinehead, The Havalinas, Pixies, Faster Pussycat, Kronos 
  Quartet, Phoebe Show, Happy Mondays, Ernie Isley, Lynch Mob, Ambitious 
  Lovers, Anita Baker, Howard Jones, The Big F, The Georgia Satellites, Sara 
  Hickman, Teddy Pendergrass, Linda Ronstadt, Bill Frisell/Robin Holcomb/
  Wayne Horvitz, Jackson Browne, 10,000 Maniacs, Metallica, Danny Gatton, 
  Shaking Family, They Might Be Giants, Howard Hewett, Leaders Of The New 
  School, Shirley Murdock, John Eddie, The Beautiful South, Michael Feinstein, 
  John Zorn.

    25/ Going Going Gone                        (Bob Dylan)              5:57

    Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle

  Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: piano, keyboards; Robin Holcomb: vo-
  cals; Dave Hofstra: bass; Danny Frankel: drums.

    1990 - Elektra (USA), 9 60940-1 (4xLP)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), 9 60940-2 (2xCD)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), ??? (2xCT)
    1990 - Elektra (UK), EKT 78 60940-1 (4xLP)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), PRCD 8216-2 (1xCD)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), PRCD 8208-2 + 9 60940-2 (4xCD)

  Note: the 1xCD is a sampler (promotion only) called SELECTIONS FROM RUBAIYAT
  with the same song.
  Note: the 4xCD box (promotion only) is called RUBAIYAT: THE ORIGINALS and is
  made of the commercial 2xCD set + an extra 2xCD set with the originals of
  the songs.

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053 - IS THAT YOU?: Bill Frisell

    1/ No Man's Land                            (Frisell)                6:40
    2/ Someone I nMy Backyard                   (Frisell)                2:45
    3/ Rag                                      (Frisell)                4:00
    4/ Is That You?                             (Frisell)                6:50
    5/ The Way Home                             (Frisell)                6:00
    6/ Twenty Years                             (Frisell)                2:43
    7/ Chain Of Fools                           (Don Covay)              3:30
    8/ Hello Nellie                             (Frisell)                4:07
    9/ The Days Of Wine And Roses               (Henry Mancini)          3:35
    10/ Yuba City                               (Horvitz)                5:42
    11/ Half A Million                          (Frisell)                4:00
    12/ Hope And Fear                           (Frisell)                1:06

    Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle in August 1989

  Bill Frisell: guitars, bass, banjo, ukulele, clarinet; Wayne Horvitz: key-
  boards, drum programming, momentary bass; Joey Baron: drums; Dave Hofstra:
  tuba on (4,8), bass on (7).

    1990 - Elektra Musician, 9 60956-2 (CD)

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054 - ROBIN HOLCOMB: Robin Holcomb

    1/ Nine Lives                               (Holcomb)                4:26
    2/ The American Rhine                       (Holcomb)                3:16
    3/ Electric Storm                           (Holcomb)                3:46
    4/ Troy                                     (Holcomb)                3:56
    5/ So Straight And Slow                     (Holcomb)                4:26
    6/ Hand Me Down All Stories                 (Holcomb)                5:07
    7/ this poem is in memory of!               (Holcomb)                2:56
    8/ Yr Mother Called Them Farmhouses         (Holcomb)                3:11
    9/ Waltz                                    (Holcomb)                4:19
    10/ Deliver Me                              (Holcomb)                6:30
    
    Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle

  Robin Holcomb: piano, vocals; Doug Wieselman: clarinet, tenor, electric &
  acoustic guitars; Dave Hofstra: electric and acoustic bass, tuba; Danny
  Frankel: drums, percussion; Wayne Horvitz: organ, synthesizer, piano, har-
  monica, Bill Frisell: electric & acoustic guitars; John Caulfield (4,8): 
  violin, mandolin; Nica (6): sings & tells stories.

    1990 - Elektra Musician, 9 60983-2 (CD)

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055 - ROBIN HOLCOMB

    1/ When Was The Last Time                   (Holcomb)                6:10
    2/ When I Stop Crying                       (Holcomb)                6:43
    3/ Deliver Me                               (Holcomb)                6:30

    1990 - Elektra Musician (USA), PRCD-8597-A (CD)

  See ROCKABYE (1992) for further references on (1,2).
  See ROBIN HOLCOMB (1990) for further references on (3).

  Note: this CD is coupled with another CD by Levelers 11 (PRCD-8597-B).

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056 - ROBIN HOLCOMB

    1/ Hand Me Down All Stories                 (Holcomb)                5:07
    2/ Widowmaker                               (Holcomb)                2:20
    3/ Going Going Gone                         (Bob Dylan)              5:58
    4/ Deliver Me                               (Holcomb)                6:39

    1990 - Elektra Musician, ED-5575 (promo 12")

  See ROBIN HOLCOMB (1990) for further references on (1,4).
  See RUBAIYAT (1990) for further references on (3).

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057 - WHAT ELSE DO YOU DO ? A Compilation of Quiet Music

  This record features songs by Pale Face (1), Dean Wareham (2), Bongwater
  (3), Dogbowl (4), Suzie Unger (5), Daniel Johnston (6), David Keener (7),
  Tuli Kupferberg (8), Christian Marclay & Catherine Jauniaux (9), Azalia
  Snail (10), King Missile (11), Mr. Elk & Mr. Seal (12), Men & Volts (13),
  The Tinklers (14), Fred Lane (15), The Hat Brothers (16), Rebby Sharp (17),
  False Prophets (18), Tamela Glenn (19), Daved Hild (20), Lida Husik (21),
  Kramer (22), John Zorn (23).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with John Zorn:

    23/ Blue Of Noon                            (Zorn)                   1:05

    No recording information

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; David Hofstra: bass; Carol Emanuel: harp; Jim 
  Staley: trombone; Robert Previte: drums; Anthony Coleman; organ; David 
  Weinstein: keyboards. 
  
    1990 - Shimmy Disc, SDE 9021 (CD)
    1990 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 9021/CD (CD)
    199? - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5034 (CD)

  Note: (23) is only available on the CD pressings.
  Note: there is another CD pressing (Shimmy 034) with the same content as the
  LP (only 18 tracks).

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058 - 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)

  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 reissue is called BLACKBOX and also includes LENG TCH'E
  (1992).

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059 - 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).

  Wayne Horvitz 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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060 - THE NEW YORK COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA

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

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City in January 1990

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

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

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061 - K!L!A!V!: Elliott Sharp

  Extreme music for various keyboards.

    1/ Twenty Below                             (Sharp)                 22:09

    Recorded by Martin Bisi at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn on August 2, 1987

  Anthony Coleman: toy piano, Yamaha organ; Wayne Horvitz: Yamaha DX-7,
  DX-100; Zeena Parkins: Korg organ, Yamaha DX-100; Joseph Paul Taylor: Akai
  S900 sampler, Yamaha DX-7; Gwen Toth: reed organ; David Weinstein: Mirage
  sampler, CZ101.

    2-7/ K!L!A!V!
      2/ K!L!A!V!-A                             (Sharp)                  3:04
      3/ K!L!A!V!-B                             (Sharp)                  2:25
      4/ K!L!A!V!-C                             (Sharp)                  1:40
      5/ K!L!A!V!-D                             (Sharp)                  1:24
      6/ K!L!A!V!-E                             (Sharp)                  3:56
      7/ K!L!A!V!-F                             (Sharp)                  2:13

    Recorded by Hahn Rowe at 206 Studio in August 1989

  Elliott Sharp: Atari 1040ST computer, Roland S330 sampler.

    8/ Mapping                                  (Sharp)                 20:55

    Recorded by John Eskine at The Kitchen on July 22, 1987

  Elliott Sharp: piano.

    1990 - Newport Classic (USA), NPD 85504 (CD)

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062 - 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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063 - 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, PRCD 8195-2 (CD)

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064 - 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)

  Wayne Horvitz plays on two tracks, one with John Zorn/Naked City:

    7/ Chinatown                                (Jerry Goldsmith)

  and one under his name:

    10/ Dinner At Eight                         (Horvitz)

    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA?), ??? (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (7).
  See DINNER AT EIGHT (1986) for further references on (10).

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065 - 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).

  Wayne Horvitz 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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066 - 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).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with John Zorn & Naked City (5):

    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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067 - DUST TO DUST: Butch Morris

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

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

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

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

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068 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES MAY & JUNE '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features Kolner Saxophon Mafia (1), Bobby Previte Empty Suits (2),
  Mikel Rouse Broken Consort (3), Mark Lampariello Vertical Fractures (4), Ivo
  Perelman (5), Miracle Room (6), Boccherini Ensemble (7), King Missile (8),
  Ronald Shannon Jackson (9), Myra Melford Trio (10), Jean-Paul Bourelly & The
  Blue Wave Bandits (11), Wayne Horvitz The President (12), Church Of Betty
  (13).

    12/ Hearts Are Broken                       (Horvitz)

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

  See BRING YR CAMERA (1989) for further references.

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069 - 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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070 - SIDE BY SIDE: Marty Ehrlich

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

    Recorded at Skyline Studios, New York in January 1991

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

    1991 - Enja Records, ENJA 6092 2 (CD)

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071 - COUNTERCURRENTS: various artists

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

    6/ Othello B                                (Butch Morris)           7:58
    8/ Fever                                    (E. Colley, J. Davenport)6:48

    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80421-2 (CD) 
    
  See DUST TO DUST (1991) for further references on (6).
  See THE NEW YORK COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA (1990) for further references on (8).

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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072 - 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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073 - 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).

  Wayne Horvitz 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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074 - 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 Gunter, 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.

  Wayne Horvitz 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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075 - FIRST PROGRAM IN STANDARD TIME: The New York Composers Orchestra

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

    Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York City in January 1992
    (6) recorded at Power Station, New York City in January 1990
    
  Cleave E. Guyton, Jr.: alto, flute; Robert DeBellis: alto, soprano; Doug
  Wieselman: tenor, clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, alto, soprano, clarinet,
  bass clarinet; Sam Furnace: baritone; Ray Anderson (6): trombone, tuba; Art
  Baron (6): trombone, didjeridu; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Eddie Allen:
  trumpet; Steven Berstein: trumpet, flugelhorn; Jack Walrath: trumpet; Robin
  Holcomb: piano; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Lindsey Horner: bass; Bobby
  Previte (6): drums, marimba; Butch Morris (6): cornet.

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

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076 - MIRACLE MILE: Wayne Horvitz The President

    1/ The Front                                (Horvitz)                5:16
    2/ Variations On A theme By W.C. Handy      (Horvitz)                6:30
    3/ I'm Downstairs                           (Horvitz)                5:19
    4/ Shuffle                                  (Horvitz)                5:57
    5/ And Sing This Song                       (Horvitz)                4:12
    6/ Yuba City                                (Horvitz)                7:33
    7/ An Open Letter To George Bush            (Horvitz)                6:47
    8/ Miracle Mile                             (Horvitz)                5:51
    
    Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle
    
  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, amplified piano, harmonica; Stew Cutler: guitar;
  J.A. Deane: trombone, electronics; Kermit Driscoll: electric bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums; Doug Wieselman: tenor, clarinet; Bill Frisell: guitar; Denny
  Goodhew: saxophones; Elliott Sharp: guitar; Ben Steele: guitar controlled
  sampler.
  
    1992 - Elektra Nonesuch, 9 79278-2 (CD)
  
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077 - ROCKABYE: Robin Holcomb

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

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

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

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

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078 - A CONFEDERACY OF DANCES VOL.1: Live Recordings from The Roulette Series 
  New York

  This record features works by Billy Bang, Chris Cochrane, Anthony Coleman,
  Bill Frisell, Shelley Hirsch, Guy Klucevsek, Ron Kuivila, Jeanne Lee, 
  Christian Marclay, Ikue Mori, Zeena Parkins, David Shea, Luli Shioi, Leo
  Smith, Jim Staley, David Weinstein, John Zorn.

    10/ Sebastopol                              (Zorn)                   6:02  

    Recorded live at The Roulette, New York City on April 27, 1984

  John Zorn: reeds; Vicki Bodner: oboe, english horn; Carol Emanuel: harp; 
  Wayne Horvitz: electronic keyboard; Robert James: tapes and sound FX; Arto 
  Lindsay: voice and guitar; Christian Marclay: turntables; M.E. Miller: 
  drums; Ursula Oppens: piano; Robin Holcomb: prompter.

    1992 - Einstein Records, Einstein 001 (CD)

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079 - 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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080 - GRAND GUIGNOL: Naked City

    1/ Grand Guignol                            (Zorn)                  17:40
    2/ La Cathédrale Engloutie                  (Debussy)                6:24
    Three Preludes op. 74                       (Scriabine)
      3/ Douloureux, Déchirant                                           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'Eternité De Jésus            (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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081 - 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)

  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 reissue is called BLACKBOX and also includes TORTURE GARDEN
  (1990).

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082 - NOTS: Elliott Sharp

  A collection of rare and out-of-print items recorded 1980-1982 and previous-
  ly released on the Zoar and Glass labels.

    13/ Sample/Hold                             (Sharp)                  5:33
    
    Recorded live at A7 Club, CBGB, Mort, May 25, 1982

  Elliott Sharp: guitars, bass, bass clarinet, soprano, razor; Michael Brown:  
  bass; Al Diaz: percussion; Robert Previte: drums; David Linton: drums; Scott
  Jarvis: drums; Paul Burwell: drums; Mark Miller: drums; Gwain Gillespie: 
  percussion; Neal White: percussion; Wayne Horvitz: synthesizer; Chris Vine:
  guitar; Felipe Orrego: guitar; Jeanette Riedel: violin; Richard Edson: 
  trumpet; Phillip Johnston: soprano; David Sacks: trombone.

    1992 - Atonal Records (Germany), ACD 3011 (CD)

  Note: not available on the LP.

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083 - HALFRACK: Pigpen

    1/ Band Of Joeys                            (Horvitz)                3:16
    2/ Sterno                                   (Horvitz)                5:51
    3/ Revolution Revelation                    (Zorn)                   1:08
    4/ The Boss                                 (Horvitz)                4:23
    5/ 1000 Points Of Trite                     (Horvitz)                5:03

    Recorded at Dogfish Studios, Newberg (OR) and Ironwood Studios, Seattle

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Chalenor: bass; Briggan Krauss: alto; Mike
  Stone: drums.

    1993 - Tim/Kerr Records (USA), TK92CD047 (CD)

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084 - 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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085 - PIGPEN

    1/ Kind Of Dead                             (Horvitz)
    2/ Pattern 56/Interlude                     (Horvitz, Krauss)

    Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Chalenor: bass; Briggan Krauss: alto, voice 
  on (2); Mike Stone: drums.

    1993 - Cavity Search (USA), CSR8 (33 RPM 7")

  Note: limited pressing of 1000.

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086 - 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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087 - 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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088 - DARN IT! Paul Haines

  An anthology of poetry by Paul Haines returned to their natural acoustical
  settings by Paul Bley, Robert Wyatt, Evan Parker, Carmen Lundy, George
  Cartwright, Derek Bailey, John Tchicai, Wayne Horvitz, Bobby Previte, David
  Hofstra, John Osborne, Melvin Gibbs, Dk Dyson, Don Pullen, Jack Bruce, Leo
  Nocentelli, Robbie Ameen, "Smitty" Smith, Greg "Iron Man" Tate, Andrew
  Cyrille, Peter Scherer, Kip Hanrahan, JT Lewis, Yale Evelev, Borneo Drums,
  Michel Contat, Andy Gonzalez, Ignacio Berroa, Daniel Frieberg, David
  Sanchez, Michael Snow, Steve Swallow, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Gary Lucas, DD
  Jackson, People From Northern Burma, Fernando Saunders, Carlos Ward, Tim
  Haines, Avery Haines, Tim Wright, Henry Threadgill, Sylvana Diluigi.

    14/ Poem For Gretchen Ruth                  (Haines, Cartwright)     0:46

    Recorded in October 1986

  Alex Chilton: voice; Wayne Horvitz: piano; David Hofstra: bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums.

    1993 - American Clavé, AMCL 1014/1018 (2xCD)

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089 - AMERICAN CLAVÉ: various artists

  This 2xCD sampler features Kip Hanrahan, Jack Bruce, Astor Piazzolla, Allen
  Toussaint, Don Pullen, David Murray, Paul Haines, Milton Cardona, Ishmael
  Reed, Steve Swallow, Taj Mahal, Sting, Andy Gonzalez, Arto Lindsay, Giovanni
  Hidalgo, Fernando Saunders, Leo Nocentelli, Pablo Ziegler, Fernando Suarez
  Paz, Bobby Womack, Robert Wyatt, Alfredo Triff, Peter Scherer, Lester Bowie,
  John Tchicai, Lucy Penabaz, Puntilla Orlando Rios, Robbie Ameen, George
  Cartwright, Elysee Pyronneau, etc.

  Gold Disc (1020):
  Red Disc (1026):
    21/ Poem For Gretchen Ruth                  (Haines, Cartwright)

    1993 - American Clavé, AMCL 1020/1026 (2xCD)

  See DARN IT! (1993) for further references on (21).

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090 - A SONG I THOUGHT I HEARD BUDDY SING: Jerry Granelli

  His World
    1/ Wanderlust				(Hodges, Ellington)	 7:40
    2/ Smoky Row				(Wayne Horvitz)		 0:39
    3/ The Oyster Dance				(Granelli)		 5:02
    4/ Billie's Bounce				(Charlie Parker)	 6:20
  Buddy's Journey
    5/ Coming Through Slaughter			(Granelli)		 9:26
    6/ In That Number				(Wayne Horvitz)		 6:02
  Memories
    7/ Prelude To Silence			(Julian Priester)	 5:08
      a/ Shell Beach
      b/ Lincoln Park
    8/ I Put A Spell On You			(Screamin' Jay Hawkins)	 7:24
    9/ Blues Connotation			(Ornette Coleman)	 6:03
  Epilogue
    10/ Blues Connotation (Reprise)		(Ornette Coleman)	 4:08

    Recorded at London Bridge Studio, Seattle in January-February 1992
    Produced by Lee Townsend
    (8) arranged by Robben Ford
    (9) arranged by Jerry Granelli and Wayne Horvitz
    (10) arranged by Wayne Horvitz

  Jerry Granelli: drums, bass on (2,5,6,9); Kenny Garrett: alto; Julian 
  Priester: trombone; Bill Frisell: guitar, banjo; Robben Ford: guitar; 
  Anthony Cox: bass; Denny Goodhew (6): soprano.

    1993 - Evidence Music (USA), ECD 22057-2 (CD) 
    1993 - ITM Pacific, 970066 (CD)

  Note: Wayne Horvitz does not play on this record.

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091 - JAZZ À GO-GO: various artists

  This record features Lost Tribe, Wayne Horvitz & Pig Pen, Piotr Wojtasik
  Quintet, Christian Escoude Trio.

    2/ Miss Ann                                 (Dolphy)                 6:19
    3/ Trigger Finger                           (Zorn)                   5:18

    Recorded live at the Akwarium, Warsaw (Poland) on February 2, 1994

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred Chalenor: bass; Mike
  Stone: drums.

    1994 - Jazz à go-go (Poland), A-003 (CD)
  
  Note: this CD is only available with the issue No 3, April 1994, of the
  Polish magazine "Jazz à go-go".

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092 - LIVE IN POLAND: Wayne Horvitz & Pig Pen

    1/ Band Of Joeys                            (Horvitz)                3:33
    2/ Because I'm In Love Yeah                 (Horvitz)                2:33
    3/ Poisonhead                               (Zorn)                   1:25
    4/ Sterno                                   (Horvitz)                6:58
    5/ Grind                                    (Horvitz)                5:03
    6/ A Portrait Of Hank Williams Junior       (Horvitz)                6:45
    7/ The Front                                (Horvitz)                9:41
    8/ Speech                                   (Horvitz)                5:22
    9/ The Boss                                 (Horvitz)                5:06
    10/ The Very Beginning                      (Horvitz)                5:17
    11/ Miss Ann                                (Dolphy)                 5:24
    12/ Mr Rogers                               (Horvitz)                3:57

    Recorded live at the Akwarium, Warsaw (Poland) on February 3, 1994

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred Chalenor: bass; Mike 
  Stone: drums.

    1994 - Jazz à go-go (Poland), A-004 (CD)
    1995 - Cavity Search (USA), CSR 22 (CD)

  Note: the Polish CD was available as an audio companion of the magazine
  "Jazz à go-go" (issue No 4, April 1994).
  Note: the title list and timings are from the Cavity Search pressing; the
  Jazz à go-go pressing forgets to mention "Grind"; the US pressing resta-
  blishes the correct track listing.

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093 - CMJ NEW MUSIC - VOLUME 12 - AUGUST 1994: various artists

  This audio companion to the August 1994 issue of the magazine CMJ NEW MUSIC
  features Frente!, Jeffery Gaines, Paw, Reverend Horton Heat, Auteurs, 
  Satchel, Catherine, 700 Miles, Jeff Buckley, Magnapop, Shootyz Groove, 
  Urbanator, Grand Daddy I.U., Joey Ramone and General Johnson, Renegade 
  Soundwave, G.O.L., Robert Armani, Pigpen, Doo Rag, Candy Machine.

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Pigpen:

    18/ Pattern 56/Interlude                    (Horvitz, Krauss)        4:08

    1994 - CMJ, CMJ-NMM012 (CD)

  See PIGPEN 7" (1993) for further references.

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094 - SLAY THE SUITORS: Bobby Previte

    1/ Fantasy And Nocturne                     (Previte)               16:15
    2/ Walz                                     (Previte)               13:39
    3/ Canon                                    (Previte)                9:41
    4/ Prelude And Elegy                        (Previte)               14:32

  Robin Eubanks: trombone; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Jerome Harris: guitar,
  bass; Steve Gaboury: keyboards; Roger Squitero: percussion; Bobby Previte:
  drums.

    1994 - Avant (Japan), Avan 036 (CD)

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095 - V AS IN VICTIM: Pigpen

    1/ Cause I'm In Love Yeah                   (Horvitz)                2:20
    2/ Speech                                   (Horvitz)                3:16
    3/ A Portrait Of Hank Williams Jr.          (Horvitz)                5:16
    4/ Light This Candle                        (Horvitz)                5:55
    5/ Testament                                (Horvitz)                2:36
    6/ V As In Victim                           (Horvitz)                8:22
    7/ Stompin' At The Cranium                  (Horvitz)                4:40
    8/ Again                                    (Frisell)                5:08
    9/ Jazzmaster                               (Horvitz)                2:15
    10/ Mr. Rogers                              (Horvitz)                2:23

    Recorded in May, 1993 by Jay Folette at Ironwood Studio, Seattle

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred Chalenor: bass; Mike
  Stone: drums.

    1994 - Avant (Japan), Avan 027 (CD)

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096 - MISS ANN: Wayne Horvitz and Pigpen

    1/ Miss Ann                                 (Dolphy)
    2/ The Very Beginning                       (Horvitz)
    3/ Hard Regulator                           (Horvitz)
    4/ Stupid                                   (Horvitz)
    5/ Ballad                                   (Horvitz)
    6/ Grind                                    (Horvitz)
    7/ Triggerfingers                           (Zorn)
    8/ One Last Blues                           (Horvitz)
    9/ Caligari                                 (Horvitz)

    Recorded at Sound Impressions, Portland (Oregon) in November 1993
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred Chalenor: bass; Mike
  Stone: drums; The Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet (4,9): Marjorie
  De Muynck, Amy Denio, Jessica Lurie, Barbara Marino.

    1994 - Tim/Kerr Records (USA), tk93cd069 (CD)

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097 - THE WORLD OF DRUMS AND PERCUSSION: various artists

  This record features David Torn/Mick Karn/Terry Bozzio (1), Trilok Gurtu
  (2), Chad Wackerman (3), Mick Goodrick (4), Joachim Kühn/Daniel Humair/Jean-
  François Jenny-Clark (5), Trilok Gurtu (6), Michael Shrieve (7),
  Repercussion Unit (8), Mark Nauseef/Miroslav Tadic (9), John Bergamo (10),
  Glen Velez (11), Gamelan Jegog Werdi Sentana (12), Sekehe Gender Bharata
  Muni (13), Samulnori (14).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Michael Shrieve:

    7/ Lincoln Logs                             (MS,BF,WH)               3:08

    Recorded at Bob Lang Studios, Seattle in November 1993

    1994 - CMP (Germany), CMP CD 5004 (CD)
    1998 - Times Square (USA), TSQD 9903 (CD)

  See FASCINATION (1995) for further references (although this track is a
  different take from the one on the record).

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098 - FASCINATION: Michael Shrieve

    1/ Sam The Man                              (Shrieve)                4:04
    2/ Tell Me Everything                       (MS,BF,WH)               4:07
    3/ Circus! Circus!                          (Shrieve)                4:46
    4/ The Glass Tent                           (Shrieve)                3:40
    5/ Fascination                              (Shrieve, Frisell)       2:59
    6/ One Nation, Invisible                    (Shrieve)                3:23
    7/ The Great Ambassador                     (MS,BF,WH)               9:14
    8/ Living With The Law                      (Whitley)                4:01
    9/ Jig Saw                                  (Shrieve)                8:32
    10/ Soundings in Fathoms                    (MS,BF,WH)               8:05

    Recorded by Don Gilmore at Bob Long Studios, Seattle in November 1993

  Michael Shrieve: drums; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: organ.

    1995 - CMP (Germany), CD 67 (CD)
    2001 - Times Square Records (USA), TSQD 9019 (CD)

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099 - TOPS OF TREES: Carol Emanuel

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

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

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

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

  Note: Wayne Horvitz does not play on this record.

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100 - THE ROMANTICS: A WINDHAM HILL SAMPLER

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

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

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

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

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

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101 - NAKED LUNCH: William S. Burroughs

  Music by Bill Frisell, Wayne Horvitz, and Eyvind Kang.

  Disc 1:
    1/ "I Can Feel The Heat Closing In..."
    2/ Benway
    3/ The Black Meat
    4/ Hospital
    5/ Hassan's Rumpus Room
  Disc 2:
    6/ A.J.'s Annual Party
    7/ Meeting Of The International Conference Of Technological Psychiatry
    8/ The Market
    9/ Ordinary Men And Women
    10/ Islam Incorporated And The Parties Of Interzone
    11/ The County Clerk
  Disc 3: 
    12/ Interzone
    13/ The Examination
    14/ Have You Seen Patopon Rose
    15/ Coke Bugs
    16/ The Exterminator Does A Good Job
    17/ The Algebra Of Need
    18/ Hauser And O'Brien
    19/ Atrophied Preface
    20/ Quick...

    Produced by Hal Willner and James Grauerholz

  Bill Frisell; Wayne Horvitz; Eyvind Kang.

    1995 - Warner (USA), 2-522206 (3xCD)
    1995 - Warner (USA), ??? (?xCT)

  Note: the 3xCD set does not contain the reading of the complete book.
  Note: do not know if the tape set contain the reading of the complete book 
  or not.

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102 - FIRST DESERTER: Umezu Kazutoki

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

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

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

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

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103 - TWO DOORS: Michael Shrieve

  Disc 1: Deep Umbra
    1/ Stellar Rays                             (Hellborg, Lane)         3:21
    2/ Deep Umbra                               (Hellborg, Lane)         4:39
    3/ Sorcerer                                 (MS, JH, SL)             3:29
    4/ Baraji                                   (Hellborg, Lane)         6:04
    5/ Caress of Lillith                        (Hellborg, Lane)         4:18
    6/ The Smiling Tarshishm                    (Shrieve)                3:59
    7/ Juvalamu                                 (Hellborg, Lane)         4:18
    8/ Palace of Dreams                         (Hellborg, Lane)         5:15

    Recorded by Cedric Beatty at Ztudio Zerkall, Germany in May 1995
    Produced by Kurt Renker and Michael Shrieve

  Michael Shrieve: drums; Shawn Lane: guitar, voice; Jonas Hellborg: bass.

  Disc 2: Flying Polly
    1/ Locomotion                               (Shrieve)                1:55
    2/ Data Trash                               (Shrieve, Frisell)       0:55
    3/ Stella                                   (MS, BF, WH)             7:17
    4/ Your Saviour                             (C. Cornell)             1:48
    5/ Pipeline                                 (Shrieve, Frisell)       0:46
    6/ Crocodile                                (MS, BF, WH)             4:21
    7/ Lincoln Logs                             (MS, BF, WH)             2:53
    8/ First Train                              (Shrieve, Frisell)       0:37
    9/ Queen Bee                                (MS, BF, WH)            12:04
    10/ Flying Polly                            (MS, BF, WH)             1:51
    11/ Stella (Reprise)                        (MS, BF, WH)             5:02

    Recorded by Don Gilmore at Bob Lang Studios, Seattle in November 1993
    Produced by Kurt Renker

  Michael Shrieve: drums; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: organ.

    1995 - CMP records (Germany), CMP CD 74 (2xCD)
    1995 - CMP records (USA), CMP CD 74 (CD)
    2006 - Times Square Records (USA), TSQCD 9049 (CD)

  Note: the US pressings are only on one CD.

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104 - AUDIO 06: various artists

  This audio companion to the March 1996 issue of the Greek magazine AUDIO
  features The Cakekitchen (1), Headless Chickens (2), Porcupine Tree (3), The
  Last Drive (4), Catchers (5), The Perc Meets the Hidden Gentleman (6),
  Pascal Comelade (7), The Days of The Moon (8), Jack or Jive (9), Heather
  Nova (10), Whipped Cream (11), Wayne Horvitz and Pigpen (12), Dis Jam (13),
  The Folk Implosion (14), Ikrober (15), Paolo Lotti (16), Bojan Z. Quartet
  (17), Nikos Ikines (18).

    12/ Miss Ann                                (Wayne Horvitz)          4:42

    1996 (1995?) - Audio (Greece), 06 (magazine+CD)

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105 - CARBON 14 PRESENTS: EAST VS WEST: various artists

  This magazine is accompanied with a 7" which features Zeena Parkins/William 
  Hooker/Lee Ranaldo, W.O.O., Mike Keneally, Wayne Horvitz. 

    1/ BELIEF (In Night)                        (ZP,WH,LR)

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City

  Zeena Parkins: electric harp; William Hooker: drums; Lee Ranaldo: guitar.

    2/ Chance Rules                             (W.O.O.)

    Recorded live at Surf Reality Theatre, New York City on September 18, 1995

  Bonnie Kane: saxophone, electronics; Ray Sage: drums; John Tanzer: bass;
  Jennifer Blowdryer: vocals; Glenn Sorvisto: vocals; Roy Edroso: vocals,
  guitar.

    3/ Weekend                                  (Keneally)

  Mike Keneally: guitar, vocals; Bryan Beller: bass; Toss Panos: drums. 

    4/ Non-Stop                                 (Horvitz)

    Recorded and produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards and others; Ed Pias: percussion.

    1996 - Carbon 14 (USA), #7 (magazine+7")

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106 - SAMPLER '96: various artists

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

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track:

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

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

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

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107 - COMPLICATION ONE: COLLECTED SOUNDS FROM THE NORTHWEST: various artists

  This record features Sadhappy, Critters Buggin', The Craig Flory Jazz Story,
  Jet City 5, Pigpen (with Billy Tipton Horns), Freestyle Candela, Spoonhappy,
  P.E.G., Eyeball, Richard Hinklin, Man in a Can, Gillnet, Utterance Tongue,
  Deformations, Scallywags, Bow Down To Null.

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Pigpen:

    5/ Stupid

    Produced by Randall Dunn and Mell Dettmer

    1996 - Endless Records (USA), ER 000 (CD)

  See MISS ANN (1994) for further references.

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108 - 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.

  Wayne Horvitz 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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109 - ALTERNATE CURRENTS: various artists

  This record features Ray Anderson, Clusone Trio, John Scofield, Ron Miles,
  Medeski/Martin & Wood, Peter Apfelbaum, Bill Frisell/Kermit Driscoll/Joey
  Baron, Bobby Previte, Bob Moses, John Carter, David Fiuczynski/John Medeski,
  John Carter.

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Bobby Previte:

    8/ The King So Far                          (Previte)                4:41

    1996 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79512 (CD)

  See CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING (1988) for further references.

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110 - APARTMENT 12: Karen Pernick

    1/ Apartment 12                             (Pernick)                4:20
    2/ Love's a House                           (Pernick)                3:12
    3/ Prayer Flags                             (Pernick)                3:37
    4/ Somewhere Between                        (Pernick)                4:44
    5/ Salty Stones                             (Pernick)                4:07
    6/ Thief                                    (McGinnis)               2:36
    7/ Perfect Distance                         (Pernick)                3:42
    8/ Bad Luck                                 (Pernick)                2:23
    9/ Tempt the Tame                           (Pernick)                3:10
    10/ First Spider                            (Pernick)                1:50
    11/ Buddha in My Frontseat                  (Pernick)                5:00

    Produced by Wayne Horwitz

  John Bush: percussion; Bill Frisell: electric guitar; Robin Holcomb: back-
  ground vocals; Wayne Horvitz: piano, Hammond organ; David Keenan: banjo,
  electric guitar; Jeff Leonard: bass; Laura Love: background vocals; Karen
  Pernick: guitar, vocals; Jami Sieber: cello, background vocals; Julie Wolf:
  background vocals.

    1996 - Shanachie (USA), SHA-8021 (CD)

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111 - PUTTING WORDS IN MY MOUTH: Cathy Croce

    1/ The Man Inside Of Me                     (Croce)                  3:08
    2/ Don't Listen To The Colonel              (Croce)                  3:08
    3/ Wet Matches                              (Croce)                  2:52
    4/ Going To Austin                          (Croce)                  3:20
    5/ Nobody's Leaving This Room               (Croce)                  2:53
    6/ Dead Man's Ties                          (Croce)                  3:32
    7/ All In My Mind                           (Croce)                  2:26
    8/ Smoke Signals                            (Croce)                  3:20
    9/ Putting Words In My Mouth                (Croce)                  3:28
    10/ Lisa                                    (Croce)                  2:54
    11/ Convenience Store                       (Croce)                  3:50
    12/ Yugoslavia                              (Croce)                  4:44
    13/ Not Nice To You                         (Croce)                  3:34

    Recorded at David Lange Studio, Fife (WA) and at Wayne's basement, Seattle
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Cathy Croce: vocals; Wayne Horvitz (1-9,11,13): keyboards, piano; Timothy
  Young (1-3,7-8,10-13): guitars; Garey Shelton (1,3-4,6-8,10,13): bass; Ben
  Smith (1,3,6-8,10-11,13): drums; Julie Wolf (1-4,7-11): background vocals;
  Fred Chalenor (2,11-12): bass; Andy Roth (2,5,12): drums; Kate Wolf (2,10):
  background vocals; Steve Moore (2,11): trombone; Hans Teuber (2,10): saxo-
  phone; Robin Holcomb (3,13): background vocals; Ed Pias (3,6-9): percussion;
  Andrew Ratshin (4,8): guitars; Phil Sparks (5): bass; James Knapp (5): trum-
  pet; Brent Arnold (6): cello; Jen Charowhas (6): violin; Elizabeth Perrera
  (9): background vocals.

    1996 - independent release (USA), no catalog number (CD)

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112 - EXPLORING THE FRONTIERS OF ROCK, JAZZ AND WORLD MUSIC: various artists

  This records features Mick Karn, Jack Bruce, Michael Shrieve, Andy Summers,
  David Torn, Torn/Karn/Bozzio, Trilok Gurtu.

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Michael Shrieve:

    11/ Living With The Law                     (Whitley)                4:01

    1996 - CMP Records (Germany), CMP CD 5005 (CD)

  See FASCINATION (1995) for further references.

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113 - NEW YORK DOWNTOWN: JAZZ AND OTHER SOUNDS: various artists

  This record features Prima Materia, Don Byron, Liminal, DJ Spooky, X-Legged
  Sally, Samm Bennett's History of the Last Five Minutes, Charles Gayle, Myth
  Science, William Hooker with Lee Renaldo and Zeena Parkins, Steve Naive,
  Borah Bergman and Roscoe Mitchell, Rebecca Moore, Suck Pretty, Kiss My Jazz,
  Arto Lindsay Trio, New & Used, L. Gallucio, Good Kitty, Zony Mash, Fertile
  Crescent, Paradox Trio, Mark Dresser, Andrea Parkins, Camp Stories Stk,
  Umezu, Thomas Chapin Trio & Strings, Joe Gallant and Illuminati.

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Zony Mash:

    22/ Happens Like That                       (Horvitz)                5:16

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 200 (CD)

  See COLD SPELL (1997) for further references.

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114 - COLD SPELL: Wayne Horvitz & Zony Mash

    1/ With The Space On Top                    (Horvitz)
    2/ Happens Like That                        (Horvitz)
    3/ Sex Fiend                                (Zorn)
    4/ Prudence RSVP                            (Horvitz)
    5/ Cold Spell                               (Horvitz)
    6/ Mel                                      (Chalenor)
    7/ Let's Get Mashed                         (Horvitz)
    8/ Smiles                                   (Horvitz)
    9/ The Gift                                 (Horvitz)
    10/ Withdrawal Symptoms                     (Young)
    11/ Daylight                                (Horvitz)

    Recorded at Flora Avenue Studios
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B3 organ; Timothy Young: guitar; Fred Chalenor: bass;
  Andy Roth: drums.

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 201 (CD)

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115 - 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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116 - 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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117 - MONOLOGUE - 20 PIECES FOR DANCE: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Shehechianu                              (Horvitz)
    2/ I'm A Fool                               (Horvitz)
    3/ Love Duet                                (Horvitz)
    4/ Link Wray                                (Horvitz)
    5/ Monoloque                                (Horvitz)
    6/ Duke                                     (Horvitz)
    7/ Hand Over Fist                           (Horvitz)
    8/ Brand Spankin' New                       (Horvitz)
    9/ The Kiss                                 (Horvitz)
    10/ Ronley's Solo                           (Horvitz)
    11/ Real Hot                                (Horvitz)
    12/ Anthropology Night                      (Horvitz)
    13/ Honk                                    (Horvitz)
    14/ Doo Wop                                 (Horvitz)
    15/ Color Guard                             (Horvitz)
    16/ Portsmouth Stories                      (Horvitz)
    17/ Plaza St. Louis                         (Horvitz)
    18/ Duet And Rolling                        (Horvitz)
    19/ Down                                    (Horvitz)
    20/ In Memorium                             (Horvitz)

    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, programming, sampling, harmonica; Ed Pias (2,8):
  percussion.

    1997 - Cavity Search (USA), CSR 33 (CD)

  Note: (1,7) were commissioned by Liz Lerman Dance Exchange and the Crispin 
  Spaeth Dance Company.

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118 - THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Lacrosse
    1/ Take 3                                                           22:55
    2/ Take 4                                                           18:55
    3/ Take 6                                                            6:10
    4/ Take 1                                                            6:54
    5/ Take 2                                                            8:01
    6/ Take 5                                                            8:14

    Recorded at WKCR, New York on June 10, 1978

  Mark Abbott: electronics; Polly Bradfield: violin, viola, electric violin;
  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric 6-strings, 12-strings, dobro,
  tiple; LaDonna Smith: violin, viola; Davey Williams: banjo, hollow-body
  electric guitar; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet.

  Disc 2: Lacrosse
    1/ Twins Version                                                    29:58

    Recorded in San Francisco in June 1977

  Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitar; Henry Kaiser: electric guitar; Bruce
  Ackley: soprano; John Zorn: alto.

  Disc 3: Hockey
    Electric Version:
      1/ Take 1                                                          0:55
      2/ Take 2                                                          3:11
      3/ Take 3                                                         11:32
      4/ Take 4                                                         11:18
    Acoustic Version:
      5/ Take 2                                                          3:43
      6/ Take 4                                                          2:45
      7/ Take 11                                                         0:54
      8/ Take 13                                                         1:02
      9/ Take 1                                                          3:10
      10/ Take 3                                                         3:16
      11/ Take 5                                                         1:08
      12/ Take 6                                                         1:00
      13/ Take 7                                                         1:07
      14/ Take 8                                                         0:45
      15/ Take 9                                                         1:22
      16/ Take 10                                                        1:03
      17/ Take 12                                                        1:16

      Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York on March 1, 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne (1-4): electric guitar; Wayne Horvitz (1-4): amplified
  piano; Bob Ostertag (1-4): electronics; Polly Bradfield (5-17): violin; Mark
  E. Miller (5-17): percussion; John Zorn (5-17): goose, duck and crow calls,
  clarinet mouthpiece.

  Disc 4: Pool
    1/ Pool                                                             50:45

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York on March 1, 1980

  Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion, contact microphone,
  vibraphone; Charles K. Noyes: percussion, saw, khene; Bob Ostertag: elec-
  tronics; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinets, game calls; Lesli Dalaba:
  prompter.

  Disc 5: Archery (rehearsal)
    1/ Part 1                                                           32:10
    2/ Part 2                                                           16:14
    3/ Part 3                                                           28:32
  Disc 6 and 7: Archery
    4/ A1-D2                                                            20:35
    5/ D3-G1                                                            20:07
    6/ G2-L4                                                            23:53
    7/ L5-O14                                                           23:29

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn on September 12 & 13, 1981

  Robert Dick: flute, bass flute, piccolo, game calls; George Lewis: tenor
  trombone; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, Eb clarinet, game calls;
  Anthony Coleman: Yamaha organ, electric piano; Wayne Horvitz: Farfisa organ,
  harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer,
  radio, rhythm machine, devices; Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitars, acous-
  tic guitar; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Bill Laswell: 4 and 6 string
  Fender basses; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David Moss: drums,
  voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)

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119 - 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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120 - SUNK IN THE SUN: Jean Chaine

    1/ Zombies On The Tube   			(Chaine)  		 3:07
    2/ Cubes With Holes In It   		(Chaine) 		 2:43
    3/ Androids Seeking Bible Preachers   	(Chaine, Klock) 	 3:54
    4/ Spear Shield   				(Chaine) 		 2:09
    5/ Fat Face   				(Chaine) 		 3:10
    6/ Jump On The Lovestuck 			(John King) 		 3:33
    7/ Ashtray Heart   				(JC, Captain Beefheart)  3:53
    8/ Green Mountain Twister   		(Chaine) 		 3:04
    9/ Slant Lines   				(David Moss) 		 3:02
    10/ Dirty Sheets   				(Chaine, Gail Chaine) 	 2:19
    11/ Theme For Harlan Ellison   		(Chaine) 		 5:54
    12/ Spinal Vinyl   				(Chaine) 		 6:04
    13/ Mental In A Peachcan   			(Chaine) 		 5:45
    14/ Waste Of Time   			(Chaine) 		 5:26

    Recorded at Northern Track Studio

  Jean Chaine (1-14): bass, voice, drums, guitar, piano; John King (1,5,6): 
  guitar; Mike Butler (1-5,7,10): guitar; Steve Sonntag (1,2,10): trumpet, 
  flugelhorn; Charlie Schneeweis (1,2): trumpet; Alyson Kimball (1,2,10): 
  saxophone; Jonathan Kane (2,4,6): drums; Shep Richards (2,3,8): guitar; 
  Anthony Coleman (3,7): sampler, sounds, voice; Bill Klock (3): drum parts;
  David Moss (8,9): drums, voice; Wayne Horvitz (9): sampler; Jon Rose (9): 
  violin, cello; Christian Marclay (9): turntables; Peter Miles (10): guitar;
  Markus Stauss (12): saxophone; Dimthingshine (12-14): drums; Brian Johnson
  (13): percussion.

    1995 - Atonal (Germany), Atonal ACD 3020 (CD)

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121 - DROP ACID...LISTEN TO THIS!! various artists

  This record features Kramer (1), Lo Galluccio (2), DJ Spooky (3), Spanish
  Fly (4), Tronzo Trio (5), Zony Mash (6), Kazutoki Umezu (7,13), Liminal (8),
  Kurt Hoffman's Band of Weeds (9), William Hooker & DJ Olive (10), Wisdom
  Tooth (11), Liminal Lounge (12).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on three tracks, one with Zony Mash:

    6/ Happens Like That                        (Horvitz)

  and two with Kazutoki Umezu:

    7/ Used Go-Go                               (Umezu)
    13/ September 1st                           (Umezu)

    Produced by Andrew Hurwitz and Margaret Murray

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 218 (CD)

  See COLD SPELL (1997) for further references on (6), and FIRST DESERTER
  (1995) for (7,13).

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122 - DAYLIGHT: Pigpen

    1/ Daylight                                 (Horvitz)
    2/ V As In Victim                           (Horvitz)
    3/ Oh Blue Angels, You Are But A God To Me  (Horvitz)
    4/ Don't Explode On Me                      (Horvitz)
    5/ Trouble                                  (Horvitz)
    6/ Arrive                                   (Krauss)
    7/ Mr. Rogers                               (Horvitz)
    8/ Tap                                      (Horvitz)
    9/ Mel                                      (Chalenor)
    10/ Duet                                    (Horvitz)
    11/ The Gift                                (Horvitz)
    12/ Trio                                    (Horvitz)

    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: piano, organ, electronics; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred 
  Chalenor: bass; Mike Stone: drums, percussion.

    1997 - Tim/Kerr Records (USA), T/K 154-2 (CD)

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123 - HIGHSPOTPARADOX: Hughscore

    1/ Miniluv                                  (Hopper)                 3:24
    2/ Against The Wheel                        (HH,EDF, FC)             2:40
    3/ Baby Brother                             (Di Falco)               5:09
    4/ High Spot Paradox                        (HH,EDF, FC)             1:44
    5/ Otis Trout                               (HH,EDF, FC)             2:41
    6/ Here They Come                           (HH,EDF, FC)             4:29
    7/ Lullaby                                  (HH,EDF, FC)             4:08
    8/ Upgrade                                  (HH,EDF, FC)             3:38
    9/ Bald Eagle At Carnation                  (HH,EDF, FC)             4:16
    10/ Once Upon A Babysitter                  (HH,EDF, FC)             3:21
    11/ 4 1/2                                   (HH,EDF, FC)             4:21
    12/ Last Word Tango                         (HH,EDF, FC)             2:35

    Recorded at Flora Ave. Studio, Other Room, and Hanzsek, Seattle in April-
    May 1996
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Hugh Hopper: bass, sampler; Elaine Di Falco: Fender Rhodes, accordion, syn-
  thesizer, vocals; Fred Chalenor: bass; Will Dowd: drums, percussion; Jen
  Harrison: French horn; Craig Flory: tenor, clarinet, bass clarinet; Wayne
  Horvitz (8): ring modulated keyboard.

    1997 - Tim/Kerr Records (USA), T/K 109-2 (CD)

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124 - 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).

  Wayne Horvitz 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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125 - TEN BULLS: Douglas September

    1/ Profit Avenue                            (September)              4:51
    2/ Another Man                              (September)              3:47
    3/ English Eyes                             (September)              3:37
    4/ Lady And I                               (September)              4:49
    5/ That Country Is So Far Away              (September)              3:25
    6/ Time It Don't Mean Nothin'               (September)              4:16
    7/ The Change                               (Mary Ross)              4:49
    8/ Tonight                                  (September)              5:21
    9/ 3:54                                     (September)              3:50
    10/ I Ain't Got No Home                     (Woody Guthrie)          3:42
    11/ I Shall Not Walk Alone                  (Ben Harper)             5:48
    12/ Crows                                   (September)              3:45

    Recorded at Stepping Stone Studios, Seattle
    Produced by Michael Shrieve

  Douglas September: guitar, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz (all
  but (7)): keyboards; Michael Rhodes (all but (7)): bass; Michael Shrieve
  (all but (7)): drums, percussion; David Torn (5-7,11,12): long distance
  loops and textures; Bob Stark: keyboards; Gregg Williams (7): drums; Sandin
  Wilson (7): bass; Mary Ross (7): acoustic guitar; Doug Fraser (7): electric
  guitar; Mel Kubik (7): keyboards, background vocals; Rindy Ross (7): back-
  ground vocals; Linda Hornbuckle (7): background vocals.

    1998 - Gold Circle/Samson Music (USA), GC0130 (CD)

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126 - DOWNTOWN LULLABY: John Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Elliott Sharp, Bobby Previte

    1/ 484 Broome                               (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            5:42
    2/ 500 West 52nd                            (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            6:15
    3/ Eights Between B & C                     (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            6:11
    4/ 77 White                                 (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            3:57
    5/ 228 West Broadway                        (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            9:07
    6/ Bleeker & Bowery                         (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            7:16
    7/ 1 Morton St (Downtown Lullaby)           (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            9:00

    Recorded at Avatar Recording Studios, New York on January 15, 1998
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Elliott Sharp: electric guitars; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, Hammond organ,
  piano; John Zorn: alto; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1998 - Depth Of Field (USA), DOF-2 (CD, digipack)
    1999 - Depth Of Field (USA), DOF-2 (CD, jewel box)

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127 - 300: Briggan Krauss

    1/ The Hold                                 (300)                    4:22
    2/ Letter E                                 (Horvitz)                3:13
    3/ First Grain                              (300)                    7:39
    4/ Sea Monster                              (300)                    2:14
    5/ American                                 (Krauss)                 1:57
    6/ The Plane                                (300)                    2:56
    7/ Bingo                                    (Horvitz)                3:25
    8/ Some Woman's Strange Laugh               (300)                    6:36
    9/ Toy Boat                                 (Krauss)                 4:48
    10/ Taskmaster                              (300)                   10:50
    11/ Christmas Nightmare                     (300)                    1:17
    12/ In The Tube                             (300)                    5:50
    13/ Empty Lot                               (Krauss)                 2:23
    14/ Tarantula                               (300)                    6:19
    15/ Pakistan Tea                            (300)                    1:43

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory Studio on January 13-14, 1998
    Produced by Briggan Krauss

  Briggan Krauss: alto, alto with mute, clairbone; Wayne Horvitz: DX-7, nord
  lead, piano; Kenny Wollesen: drums, percussion.

    1998 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 221 (CD)

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128 - 4+1 ENSEMBLE: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Step Aside                               (Horvitz)                3:45
    2/ Up All Night                             (Horvitz)                3:57
    3/ Cotton Club                              (Horvitz)                4:05
    4/ First Light                              (Horvitz)                5:49
    5/ Trouble                                  (Horvitz)                2:53
    6/ AFAP                                     (Horvitz)                4:24
    7/ Exit Laughing                            (Horvitz)                3:04
    8/ Take Me Home                             (Horvitz)                4:55
    9/ Calder/Snake Eyes                        (Horvitz)                7:09

    Recorded at Bear Creek Studios in 1996
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Tucker Martine: processing; Wayne Horvitz: piano, keyboards; Julian
  Priester: trombone; Eyvind Kang: violin; Reggie Watts: keyboards.

    1998 - Intuition (Germany), INT 3224-2 (CD)

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129 - THE BRIBE: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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130 - BRAND SPANKIN' NEW: Wayne Horvitz and Zony Mash

    1/ Slide By                                 (Horvitz)
    2/ Brand Spankin' New                       (Horvitz)
    3/ Chimacum After Hours                     (Horvitz)
    4/ Meet The Zony Mash                       (Horvitz)
    5/ Electric Sandworm                        (Timothy Young)
    6/ Bad Traffic                              (Horvitz)
    7/ Cadillac Ranch                           (Horvitz)
    8/ Stompin' At The Cranium                  (Horvitz)

    Recorded at Chimacum After Hours
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B3 organ, Nord Lead, Moog source, DX7, Wurlitzer
  electric piano; Timothy Young: guitar; Fred Chalenor: bass; Andy Roth:
  drums.

    1998 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR-223 (CD)

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131 - GUITAR ZONE: various artists

  This record features Andy Summers (1), Miroslav Tadic (2), Chad Wackerman
  (3), Jack Bruce (4,11,12), Michael Shrieve (5,14), Sonny Sharrock/Nicky
  Skopelitis (6), David Torn (7), Victory of the Better Man (8), Trilok Gurtu
  (9), Bernie Worrell (10), Jimi Sumen (13), Mick Goodrick/Wolfgang Muthspiel
  (15), Philip Catherine (16).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Michael Shrieve:

    5/ Sam The Man                              (Michael Shrieve)        4:05

    1998 - Times Square Records (USA), TSQD 9902 (CD)

  See FASCINATION (1995) for further references.

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

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

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet:

    7/ Voodoo                                   (Sonny Clark)           10:57

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

  See VOODOO (1986) for further references on (7).

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133 - A MAN WITHOUT LOVE: Donald Rubinstein and Zony Mash

    1/ A Man Without Love                       (Rubinstein)
    2/ Fire Whirl                               (Rubinstein)
    3/ Buried                                   (Rubinstein)
    4/ River Of Love                            (Rubinstein)
    5/ Harlequin's Hope                         (Rubinstein)
    6/ Rubber Cat                               (Rubinstein)
    7/ Fear                                     (Rubinstein)
    8/ Hollywood                                (Rubinstein)
    9/ Mediocre World                           (Rubinstein)
    10/ Demon Blues                             (Rubinstein)

    Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle in July 1998
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Donald Rubinstein: vocals; Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B3, piano, Nord Lead, DX7,
  clavinet; Timothy Young: guitar; Keith Lowe: bass; Andy Roth: drums; Robin
  Holcomb (4): vocals.

    1998 - Blue Horse Records (USA), no catalog number (CD)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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135 - PONGA: Ponga

    1/ Pimba                                                             6:18
    2/ Unit 66                                                           4:47
    3/ Naugahide                                                         4:04
    4/ Blowtorch                                                         4:51
    5/ Awesome Wells                                                     7:22
    6/ Ponga Amore                                                       4:55
    7/ Liberace In Space                                                 6:27
    8/ Bookin                                                           15:30
    9/ untitled "hidden track"

  Wayne Horvitz; Skerik; Bobby Previte; Dave Palmer.

    1999 - Loosegroove (USA), lg0018-2 (CD)
    1999 (?) - P-Vine (Japan), PCD-23047 (CD)

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136 - GOOD DOG, HAPPY MAN: Bill Frisell

    1/ Rain, Rain                               (Frisell)                2:45
    2/ Roscoe                                   (Frisell)                3:43
    3/ Big Shoe                                 (Frisell)                3:49
    4/ My Buffalo Girl                          (Frisell)                8:50
    5/ Shenandoah (For Johnny Smith)            (traditional)            6:09
    6/ Cadillac 1959                            (Frisell)                6:16
    7/ The Pioneers                             (Frisell)                5:16
    8/ Cold, Cold Ground                        (Frisell)                9:01
    9/ That Was Then                            (Frisell)                5:29
    10/ Monroe                                  (Frisell)                4:19
    11/ Good Dog, Happy Man                     (Frisell)                2:33
    12/ Poem For Eva                            (Frisell)                3:41

    Recorded at O'Henry Sound Studios, Burbank
    Produced by Lee Townsend

  Bill Frisell: electric and acoustic guitars, loops, music boxes; Greg Leisz
  (all but (5)): pedal steel, dobro, lap steel, Weissenborn, National steel
  guitar, mandolin; Wayne Horvitz (all but (5)): organ, piano, samples; Viktor
  Krauss: bass; Jim Keltner: drums, percussion; Ry Cooder (5): electric gui-
  tar, Ripley guitar.

    1999 - Nonesuch (USA), 79536-2 (CD)

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137 - 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 Philips (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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138 - 1999 FESTIVAL MUSIC SAMPLER VOLUMES 1 & 2 - DU MAURIER INTERNATIONAL
  JAZZ FESTIVAL VANCOUVER: various artists

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

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Zony Mash:

    29/ Brand Spankin' New                      (Zony Mash)              3:58

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

  See BRAND SPANKIN' NEW (1998) for further references.

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139 - UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED 8: various artists

  This audio companion to the September 1999 issue of the magazine UNCUT
  features Douglas September (1), Kelly Joe Phelps (2), The Jon Spencer Blues
  Explosion (3), Pulp (4), Richard Thompson (5), Blondie (6), The Delfonics
  (7), Witness (8), Eddie Cochran (9), Joy Division (10), Dan Penn & Spooner
  Oldham (11), Dolly Parton (12), The Ramones (13), Charlie Parker with the
  Errol Garner Trio (14), Scott 4 (15), Teenage Fanclub (16), Robert de Niro/
  Liza Minelli (17), Kim Fowley (18).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Douglas September:

    1/ Lady & I                                 (Douglas September)

    1999 - Uncut (UK), UG-9 15 (magazine+CD)

  See TEN BULLS (1998) for further references.

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140 - FESTIVAL OF LIGHT 2: various artists

  This record features Le'eyla (1), Danny Heines (2), Dave Koz (3), Neshama
  Carlebach (4), The Klezmatics with Chava Alberstein (5), Continuo (6), Wayne
  Horvitz & Robin Holcomb (7), They Might Be Giants (8), Irina Mikhailova &
  Ira Stein (9), The Frank London Big Band (10), Peter Himmelmann (11), Frank
  London (12).

    1/ Haneros Halallu                          (Le'eyla)                5:43
    2/ Singing Flames                           (Danny Heines)           3:10
    3/ Memories of A Winter's Night             (Dave Koz)               3:30
    4/ A Love Transcending                      (Neshama Carlebach)      4:06
    5/ I'm Going To Take Off My Shoes (KH-Vel Oyston Di Shikh)
                                                (The Klezmatics)         4:09
    6/ La Mujer De Terah                        (Continuo)               5:14
    7/ Mah L'Kha Ha-Yam Variation               (Horvitz, Holcomb)       3:34
    8/ Feast Of Lights                          (They Might Be Giants)   2:36
    9/ Winter Lights                            (Mikhailova, Stein)      6:52
    10/ Oh Hanukkah Groove                      (Frank London Big Band)  5:22
    11/ In The Embryo Of Silence                (Peter Himmelmann)       6:34
    12/ Song Of Praise                          (Frank London)           5:40

    (1,10,12) recorded at Kampo Cultural Center, New York City
    (6) recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley (USA)
    (7) recorded at Other Room Studios, Seattle (USA)
    Produced by Robert Duskis and Bob Appel

  Le'eyla (1): vocals; Wayne Horvitz (1,6,7,10,12): keyboards, piano, Hammond
  B3; Erik Friedlander (1,6): cello; Michael Kashou (1,6,12): dumbek, Arabic
  tambourine, oud, tar; Ben Perowsky (1,10): drums; Danny Heines (2): guitar;
  Dave Koz (3): soprano, piano; Bruce Watson (3): guitar, mandolin; Phil
  Parlapiano (3): accordion, keyboards; David Piltch (3): bass; Doug Pettibone
  (3): guitar; Stevo Theard (3): drums; Neshama Carlebach (4): vocals; Joey
  Peters (4,11): drums, percussion; David Morgan (4,11): piano, vibes, Hammond
  B3; Sheldon Gomburg (4,11): bass; John Devursa (4): trumpet; Lorin Sklamberg
  (5): accordion, vocals; Alicia Svigals (5): violin; Frank London (5,10,12):
  flugelhorn, trumpet; David Licht (5): drums, percussion; Matt Darriau (5,
  10): clarinet, bass clarinet, alto; Paul Morrissett (5): bass; Ben Mink (5):
  guitar, programming; Chava Alberstein (5): vocals, guitar; Victor Friedberg
  (6): piano, drum and synthesizer programming; Jory Faukuchen (6): violin;
  Stephanie Fong (6): violin; Robin Holcomb (7): vocals; Misha Schmidt (7):
  violin; They Might Be Giants (8); Irina Mikhailova (9): vocals; Ira Stein
  (9): piano; Peter Maund (9): frame drum; Bob Franceschini (10): tenor;
  Curtis Fowlkes (10): trombone; Uri Caine (10): piano; James Genus (10):
  bass; Peter Himmelmann (11): vocals, guitars; Matt Cartsonis (11): slide
  guitar, banjo, background vocals;

    1999 - Six Degrees Records (USA), 657036 1018-2 (CD)

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141 - AMONTOBINCAPSULE150FILABRAZILLIASPACETIMECONTINUUM...... - THE PONGA 
  REMIXES: various artists

  This record contains remixes by Ponga (1,11), Spacetime Continuum (2),
  Capsule 150 (3), Even Schiller (4), Stereo Vacuum (5), Amon Tobin (6),
  Element nS (7), Firing Bullits (8), Fila_Brazillia (9), Master Cylinder
  (10).

    1/ Silencio                                 (Ponga)
    2/ Naugahide                                (Spacetime Continuum)
    3/ Pimba                                    (Capsule 150)
    4/ Pimba (Fromunda Mix)                     (Even Schiller)
    5/ Pick Up the Pieces Of Saturn             (Stereo Vacuum)
    6/ Pick Up the Pieces Of Saturn             (Amon Tobin)
    7/ Hidden Propulsion Unit                   (Element nS)
    8/ Liberace In Space                        (Firing Bullits)
    9/ Naugahide                                (Fila_Brazillia)
    10/ Naugahide                               (Master Cylinder)
    11/ Come As You Went                        (Ponga)

    1999 - Loosegroove (USA), LGOO 26 (CD)
    1999 (?) - P-Vine (Japan), PCD-23060 (CD)

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142 - JAZZIZ JANUARY 2000: various artists

  This audio companion to the January 2000 issue of JAZZIZ features Harriet
  Tubman (1), Danilo Perez (2), Cassandra Wilson (3), Kirk Whalum (4), Jason
  Moran (5), Jan Garbarek (6), Henry Threadgill (7), Me'Shell Ndegeocello (8),
  Steve Coleman & The Concil of Balance (9), Chris Botti (10), Gonzalo
  Rubalcaba (11), Leon Parker (12), William Parker & The Little Huey Creative
  Music Orchestra (13), Bill Frisell (14), Sam Rivers' Rivbea All-Star
  Orchestra (15), Pat Metheny (16).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Bill Frisell:

    14/ Big Shoe                                (Bill Frisell)

    1999 - Jazziz (USA), January 2000 (magazine+CD)

  See GOOD DOG, HAPPY MAN (1999) for further references.

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143 - CORPSE OR THE GROOM: David Russell

    1/ Trilby's Circus                          (Russell)
    2/ Look Away                                (Russell)
    3/ Ted's Lament                             (Russell)
    4/ Doreena Morphea                          (Russell)
    5/ Once Again With Feeling                  (Russell)
    6/ Dead Things                              (Russell)
    7/ Grandma's Theme                          (Russell)
    8/ It's Been Lovely                         (Russell)
    9/ Casablanca                               (Russell)
    10/ Trilby's Lullaby                        (Russell)
    11/ Driving In The Desert                   (Russell)
    12/ Brother's Tango                         (Russell)
    13/ Ballad Of Billy Angst                   (Russell)
    14/ French Movie Song                       (Russell)
    15/ Subliminal Postcards                    (Russell)
    16/ Epigraph Rag                            (Russell)
    17/ Ted's Return                            (Russell)

    Recorded at Ironwood Studio
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  David Russell: vocals, guitars, toy piano, banjitar; Stephen Lohrentz (2,3,
  8,10,13,14,16): trumpet, saw, alto horn; Katy Hiller (2,5,6,9,11): backup
  vocals; Wayne Horvitz (2,4,6,9,11,15): Hammond organ, tiny bell; Keith Lowe
  (2-11,13-15): bass; Tim Young (2-11,13-15): guitars; Andy Roth (2-11,13-15):
  drums; Andrew Sodt (4,7): saxophone; Frasier Havens (6,8,11): pedal steel;
  Boyd Post (7): whistles, vocals; Kyle Hanson (7,10,14): accordion; Joseph
  Zajonc (8,10): clarinet; Lori Goldston (9,16): cello.

    1999 - no label (USA), no catalog # (CD)

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144 - 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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145 - BUMP THE RENAISSANCE BAND: Bobby Previte

    Recorded live at Kito, Bremen (Germany)

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

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

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

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146 - AMERICAN BANDSTAND: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Ben's Music                              (Horvitz)                4:36
    2/ Prepaid Funeral                          (Horvitz)                5:45
    3/ Love, Love, Love                         (Horvitz)                4:43
    4/ Capricious Midnight                      (Horvitz)                3:18
    5/ 9 To 4                                   (Horvitz)                4:44
    6/ In The Ballroom                          (Horvitz)                5:19
    7/ Forever                                  (Horvitz)                5:16
    8/ Disingenuous Firefight                   (Horvitz)                5:13
    9/ Tired                                    (Horvitz)                5:26
    10/ Little Man                              (Horvitz)                3:35
    11/ American Bandstand                      (Horvitz)                5:08

    Recorded at Studio Litho, Seattle on July 19-20, 1999
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz and Tucker Martine

  Wayne Horvitz: piano; Keith Lowe: acoustic bass; Andy Roth: drums; Timothy
  Young: guitars.

    2000 - Songlines (Canada), SGL 1528-2 (CD)

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147 - UPPER EGYPT: Wayne Horvitz and Zony Mash

    1/ Upper Egypt                              (Pharoah Sanders)
    2/ Spice Rack                               (Horvitz)
    3/ The End Of Time                          (Horvitz)
    4/ Big Shoe                                 (Bill Frisell)
    5/ FYI                                      (Horvitz)
    6/ Forever                                  (Horvitz)
    7/ Goes Round And Round                     (Horvitz)
    8/ I'm Sorry                                (Timothy Young)
    9/ Snakebite                                (WH, Roth, Young, Chalenor)
    10/ Second Time Around                      (Horvitz)
    11/ The Blue Rose                           (Horvitz)

    Recorded at Litho, Seattle in July 1999
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B-3, Nord Lead, DX-7, Wurlitzer electric piano,
  Roland JD 800; Keith Lowe: electric and acoustic bass; Andy Roth: drums;
  Timothy Young: guitars.

    2000 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR-259 (CD)

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148 - KOMFORT 2000: Martin Siewert

    1/ KOMFORT 2000 Part 1                      (Siewert)               14:36
    2/ KOMFORT 2000 Part 2                      (MS,WH,HH,WD,TB)         5:53
    3/ KOMFORT 2000 Part 3                      (Siewert)                6:50
    4/ KOMFORT 2000 Part 4                      (MS,WH,HH,WD,TB)         6:04
    5/ KOMFORT 2000 Part 5                      (Siewert)               18:28
    6/ KOMFORT 2000 Part 6                      (Siewert)                6:40

    Recorded at Tonstudio Amann, Vienna on March 14, 1999
    Produced by Martin Siewert

  Martin Siewert: guitar, lapsteel, devices; Wayne Horvitz: Nord Lead; Helge
  Hinteregger: sampler, saxophones; Werner Dafeldecker: bass, electronics,
  table guitar; Tony Buck: drums, percussion.

    2000 - Charhizma (Austria), cha007 (CD)

  Note: KOMFORT 2000 is a continous performance and track numbers are for
  orientation only.

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149 - 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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150 - SUNSHINE BUNDTCAKE: Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet

    1/ Miss Ann                                 (Eric Dolphy)            3:29
    2/ Hands Down                               (Lurie)                  3:38
    3/ Pike Or Pine                             (Lurie)                  3:39
    4/ Uke                                      (Lurie)                  2:56
    5/ Rucenica                                 (trad. Bulgarian)        4:39
    6/ Wires                                    (Lurie)                  3:37
    7/ Stompin' At The Cranium                  (Wayne Horvitz)          5:06
    8/ Peace Warriors                           (Ornette Coleman)        1:32
    9/ Mali Krumpiri                            (Lurie)                  4:13
    10/ Az Du Furst Avek                        (trad. Klezmer)          4:07
    11/ That The Peace                          (Myra Melford)           7:29
    12/ Atlas                                   (Marino)                 4:29
    13/ Reflex                                  (Lurie)                  5:40

    Recorded at Klingon Science Reading Room, Seattle from January 28 to
    February 2, 1999
    Produced by Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet

  Annelise Zamula: alto; Barbara Marino: baritone saxophone; Jessica Lurie:
  alto, tenor; Sue Orfield: tenor, soprano; Pam Barger: drums, percussion.

    2000 - Horn Hut Records (USA), HHR-5 (CD)

  Note: Wayne Horvitz does not play on this record.

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151 - CAVITY SEARCH AUDIO RESUME: various artists

  This record features King Black Acid (1), The Helio Sequence (2), Rattlecake
  (3), Richmond Fontaine (4), Gern Blanston (5), Dirtclodfight (6), Control
  Freak (7), Atomic 61 (8), Wayne Horvitz & Pigpen (9), Elliott Sharp & DJ
  Soulslinger (10), Doghead (11), Steve Lacy (12), Elliott Smith (13), Golden
  Delicious (14), Danny Barnes (15), Pete Krebs (16).

    9/ Band Of Joeys                            (Wayne Horvitz)

    2000 - Cavity Search (USA), CSR 55 (CD)

  See LIVE IN POLAND (1994) for further references.

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152 - PSYCHOLOGICAL: Ponga

    1/ Rivieria
    2/ Psychological
    3/ Dental Melodica
    4/ Hagro
    5/ Nubile
    6/ Sabado Gigante
    7/ Show Me The Ponga

    Recorded at Aleph Studio, live at O.K. Hotel (Seattle), and Showbox
    (Seattle)

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Bobby Previte: drums; Skerik: saxophonics; Dave
  Palmer: keyboards, melodica.

    2000 - P-Vine (Japan), PCD-24036 (CD)
    2001 (?) - ??? (USA?), no catalog number (CD)

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153 - THE ENGLISH CHANNEL: Eugene Chadbourne

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

    1/ Untitled 				(Chadbourne)		74:47

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

  Lineup for the 1978 recording in New York City:

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

  Lineup for the 1981 live recording in Greensboro:

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

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

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154 - ARCHERY: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Archery (rehearsal)
    1/ Part 1                                                           32:10
    2/ Part 2                                                           16:14
    3/ Part 3                                                           28:32
  Disc 2 and 3: Archery
    4/ A1-D2                                                            20:35
    5/ D3-G1                                                            20:07
    6/ G2-L4                                                            23:53
    7/ L5-O14                                                           23:29

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn on September 12 & 13, 1981

  Robert Dick: flute, bass flute, piccolo, game calls; George Lewis: tenor
  trombone; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, Eb clarinet, game calls;
  Anthony Coleman: Yamaha organ, electric piano; Wayne Horvitz: Farfisa organ,
  harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer,
  radio, rhythm machine, devices; Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitars, acous-
  tic guitar; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Bill Laswell: 4 and 6 string
  Fender basses; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David Moss: drums,
  voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-4 (3xCD)

  Note: the content of this 3xCD set was already available on THE PARACHUTE
  YEARS 1977-1980 (1997).

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155 - OTIS SPANN: Wayne Horvitz

    Otis Spann                                  (Horvitz)
      1/ Jelly Roll Baker                                                7:14
      2/ Love, Love, Love                                                5:03
      3/ The Band With Muddy                                             3:59
      4/ 9/8                                                             3:25
      5/ Coda                                                            3:35
    After A Time                                (Horvitz)
      6/ After A Time                                                    5:20
      7/ Remix                                                           1:43
    Thursday, At Dusk, In Spokane, Washington   (Horvitz)
      8/ Thursday, At Dusk, In Spokane, Washington                       4:20
      9/ Remix                                                           2:37
    Fanfare (In Memoriam, Lester Bowie)         (Horvitz)
      10/ Fanfare (In Memoriam, Lester Bowie)                            4:40
      11/ Remix                                                          2:20
    Ann Arbor, 1971                             (Horvitz)
      12/ Ann Arbor, 1971                                                2:34
      13/ Remix                                                          0:53

    (1-5) recorded at Bastyr University Chapel on November 12, 1999
    (6,7,12,13) recorded at Other Room Studios, Seattle
    (8-11) recorded at Litho, Seattle
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Seattle Chamber Players (1-5): Mikhail Shmidt (violin), David Sabee (cello),
  Laura DeLuca (clarinets), Paul Taub (flutes); Mikhail Shmidt (6,7): violin;
  Wayne Horvitz (6-9,12,13): programming, piano; Laura DeLuca (8,9): clarinet;
  Dave Sabee (10,11): cello; Paul Taub (12,13): alto flute.

    2001 - Periplum Records (USA), P0100 (CD)

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

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

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Marty Ehrlich:

    5/ Sugar Water                              (Marty Ehrlich)          6:57

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

  See SIDE BY SIDE (1991) for further references.

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157 - JAZZ FORUM PRESENTS THE KNITTING FACTORY: various artists

  This record features Mick Rossi (1), Roswell Rudd (2), Elliot Sharp (3),
  Wayne Horvitz & Zony Mash (4), Chris Speed (5), Odeon Pope (6), Zohar (7),
  Charles Gayle (8), Thomas Chapin (9), Andy Laster's Hydra (10), Operazone
  (11), Odyssey (12), Hasidic New Wave (13).

    4/ The End of Time                          (Wayne Horvitz)

    2001 - Jazz Forum Records (Poland), 032 (CD)

  See UPPER EGYPT (2000) for further references on (4).

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158 - FROM A WINDOW: Wayne Horvitz' 4+1 Ensemble

    1/ Crispin And Lisa's Duet                  (Horvitz)                5:15
    2/ Sweeter Than The Day                     (Horvitz)                5:36
    3/ Julian's Ballad                          (Horvitz)                5:23
    4/ People Just Float                        (Horvitz)                6:29
    5/ Leave Here Now                           (Horvitz)               10:11
    6/ From A Window                            (Horvitz)                8:35
    7/ Willy's Music                            (Horvitz)                8:08

    Recorded at Litho, Seattle in August 2000
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: piano, prepared piano, Hammond B-3, pump organ, synthesizers,
  toy piano; Eyvind Kang: violin, viola; Tucker Martine: live electronic pro-
  cessing, live drum machine; Julian Priester: trombone; Reggie Watts: key-
  boards, vocals, live drum machine, piano; Skerik: baritone saxophone.

    2001 - Avant (Japan), Avan 080 (CD)

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159 - SWEETER THAN THE DAY: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ In One Time And Another                  (Horvitz)                4:47
    2/ Julian's Ballad                          (Horvitz)                6:11
    3/ LTMBBQ                                   (Horvitz)                6:18
    4/ Sweeter Than The Day                     (Horvitz)                5:05
    5/ Irondbound                               (Horvitz)                6:29
    6/ Waltz From The Oven                      (Horvitz)                5:46
    7/ In The Lounge                            (Horvitz)                5:28
    8/ The Beautiful Number 3                   (Young)                  5:42
    9/ The Little Parade                        (Horvitz)                6:53
    10/ George's Solo                           (Horvitz)                4:24

    Recorded at Litho, Seattle in January 2001
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: piano, prepared piano; Tim Young: 6 & 12 string electric gui-
  tars; Keith Lowe: acoustic bass; Andy Roth: drums.

    2001 - Songlines (Canada), SGL SA1536-2 (SACD)

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160 - THE 23 CONSTELLATIONS OF JOAN MIRÓ: Bobby Previte

    1/ Sunrise 					(Previte)
    2/ The Escape Ladder			(Previte)
    3/ People At Night, Guided By The Phophorescent Tracks Of Snails 
						(Previte)
    4/ Women On The Beach 			(Previte)
    5/ Woman With Blonde Armpit Combing Her Hair By The Light Of The Stars 
						(Previte)
    6/ Morning Star 				(Previte)
    7/ Wounded Personage 			(Previte)
    8/ Women And Birds				(Previte) 
    9/ Woman In The Night			(Previte) 
    10/ Acrobatic Dancers 			(Previte)
    11/ The Nightingale's Song At Midnight And Morning Rain
						(Previte)
    12/ On The 13th, The Ladder Brushed The Firmament 
						(Previte)
    13/ Nocturne 				(Previte)
    14/ The Poetess 				(Previte)
    15/ Awakening In The Early Morning 		(Previte)
    16/ Toward The Rainbow 			(Previte)
    17/ Women Encircled By The Flight Of A Bird	(Previte)
    18/ Women At The Border Of A Lake Irradiated By The Passage Of A Swan 
						(Previte)
    19/ The Migratory Bird			(Previte) 
    20/ Ciphers And Constellations In Love With A Woman 
						(Previte)
    21/ The Beautiful Bird Revealing The Unknown To A Pair Of Lovers
						(Previte) 
    22/ The Rose Dusk Caresses The Sex Of Women And Of Birds 
						(Previte)
    23/ The Passage Of The Divine Bird		(Previte)

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on July 9-14, 2001
    Produced by David Breskin/The Art Department

  Jane Ira Bloom (1,2,4,7,9,10,16-20,23): soprano; Lew Soloff (1-17,19-23):
  trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet; Ralph Alessi: trumpet, flugelhorn;
  Elizabeth Panzer (1-19,21-23): harp; Jamie Saft (1-13,15-21,23): piano,
  celesta, Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes piano; Wayne Horvitz: electronics,
  piano, Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes piano, harmonica; John Bacon: vibrapho-
  ne, marimba, orchestra bells, chimes, small percussion; Bobby Previte (1-5,
  7-16,18-23): trap drums, gong, vibraphone, marimba, orchestra bells, chimes,
  small percussion; Kirk Nurock: conductor; Ned Rothenberg (2,5,8,10,13,17,19,
  20,22): bass clarinet; Michel Gentile (3-6,8,11,12,14,15,17,21): flute; Joe
  Barbato (5,14,20,22): accordion.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7072 (CD)

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161 - V-3/MOUNTAIN LANGUAGE IV: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ V-3                                      (Horvitz)                7:02
    2/ Mountain Language IV                     (Horvitz)                9:15

    (1) recorded at ORF Concert Hall, Vienna (Austria) in June 1999
    (2) recorded at Porgy and Bess, Vienna (Austria) in March 2000

  Christian Muthspiel (1): conductor; Joanna Lewis (1,2): violin; Briggan
  Krauss (1): alto; Wayne Horvitz (1): electronics; Kenny Wollesen (1): per-
  cussion; The Koehne Quartet (2): Joanna Lewis (violin), Theresa Schutz (vio-
  lin), Petra Ackerman (viola), Melissa Coleman (cello).

    2002 - no label (USA), no catalog number (CD)

  Note: this is a demo CD.

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162 - JUST ADD WATER: Bobby Previte & Bump

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

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

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

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

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163 - HOCKEY: John Zorn

    Electric Version: 
      1/ Take 1 
      2/ Take 2 
      3/ Take 3 
      4/ Take 3 
      5/ Take 4 
    Acoustic Version:
      6/ Take 2 
      7/ Take 4 
      8/ Take 11 
      9/ Take 13 
      10/ Take 1 
      11/ Take 3 
      12/ Take 5 
      13/ Take 6 
      14/ Take 7 
      15/ Take 8 
      16/ Take 9 
      17/ Take 10 
      18/ Take 12 

  John Zorn: game calls, clarinet, mouthpiece; Eugene Chadbourne: electric 
  guitar, personal effects; Wayne Horvitz: amplified piano; Bob Ostertag: 
  electronics; Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion, 

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (CD)
  
  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) for further reference.

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164 - LIVE IN SEATTLE: Zony Mash

    1/ Meet The Zony Mash/Slide By              (Horvitz)		17:13
    2/ Bad Traffic                              (Horvitz)		 9:32
    3/ In The Lounge                            (Horvitz)		 7:32
    4/ Let's Get Mashed                         (Horvitz)		 4:57
    5/ Upper Egypt                              (Sanders)		 9:22
    6/ Spice Rack                               (Horvitz)		 7:30

    Recorded live at The Rainbow, Seattle in May and June 2001
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B-3, Nord Lead, DX-7; Timothy Young: electric guitar;
  Keith Lowe: electric bass; Andy Roth: drums.

    2002 - Liquid City Records (USA), LQC36477 (CD)

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165 - 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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166 - THE BIG TIME: Robin Holcomb

    1/ Pretend                                  (Holcomb)                4:20
    2/ Like I Care                              (Holcomb)                4:30
    3/ Sit Right Down                           (Holcomb)                2:19
    4/ You Look So Much Better                  (Holcomb)                3:44
    5/ A Lazy Farmer Boy                        (trad.)                  2:42
    6/ If You Can't Make The Curve              (Holcomb)                3:31
    7/ I Want To Tell The Story                 (Holcomb)                3:39
    8/ Engine 143                               (A.P. Carter)            5:58
    9/ I Tried To Believe                       (Holcomb)                4:11
    10/ The Big Time                            (Holcomb)                3:14
    11/ Tell The Good Friend On Your Left       (Holcomb)                4:36
    12/ Lullaby                                 (Holcomb)                1:24

    Recorded at Studio Litho and Avast Studio, Seattle
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Robin Holcomb: vocals, piano; Tim Young: guitars; Bill Frisell: guitars;
  Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B-3; Keith Lowe: bass; Andy Roth: drums; Doug
  Wieselman: clarinet, tenor, baritone saxophone; Danny Barnes: vocals, banjo,
  guitar; Eyvind Kang: violin; Kate McGarrigle (2,9,12): vocals; Anna
  McGarrigle (2,9,12): vocals; Julie Wolf (4): vocals; Dave Carter (9): trum-
  pet; Steve Moore (9): trombone; Tucker Martine: tambourine.

    2002 - Nonesuch (USA), 79653-2 (CD)

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167 - USA TOUR/APRIL 2001/LIVE: Carlo Actis Dato

    1/ Blue                                     (Actis Dato)             3:46
    2/ Green                                    (Actis Dato)             8:19
    3/ Brown                                    (Actis Dato)             2:06
    4/ Poulet Fume                              (Actis Dato)             3:51
    5/ Movin'                                   (Actis Dato)             5:20
    6/ Marina De Caribe                         (Actis Dato)             5:46
    7/ Old Time                                 (Actis Dato)             5:01
    8/ Wonderful World                          (Actis Dato)             3:36
    9/ Clarbas                                  (Actis Dato)             5:03
    10/ Bariten                                 (Actis Dato)             4:11
    11/ Clabar                                  (Actis Dato)             5:45
    12/ Witches                                 (Actis Dato)             4:04
    13/ The Bay                                 (Actis Dato)            15:13

    (1-3) recorded at The Hammer Club, Seattle on April 4, 2001
    (4-7) recorded at St. David's Church, Portland on April 6, 2001
    (8-12) recorded at the Empty Bottle, Chicago on April 11, 2001
    (13) recorded at 21' Grand Gallery, Oakland on April 2, 2001

  Carlo Actis Dato: baritone saxophone, tenor, bass clarinet; Wayne Horvitz
  (1-3): keyboards; Reuben Radding (1-3): bass; Clyde Reed (5-7): bass; Dave
  Storrs (5-7): drums; Ken Vandermark (9-11): bass clarinet, tenor, clarinet;
  Damon Smith (13): bass; Gino Robair (13): drums.

   2002 - Splasc(H) Records (Italy), CDH520.2 (CD)

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168 - FILM MUSIC 1998-2001: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Car In The Lake                          (Horvitz)                1:08
    2/ The Shell                                (Horvitz)                1:04
    3/ Putting It Together                      (Horvitz)                2:23
    4/ Clogging The Canal                       (Horvitz)                0:47
    5/ Sell Out                                 (Horvitz)                1:01
    6/ Vegas                                    (Horvitz)                1:37
    7/ The Curtain                              (Horvitz)                0:19
    8/ The Aggregate                            (Horvitz)                1:19
    9/ Nouveau Riche I                          (Horvitz)                0:28
    10/ Walking In Venice                       (Horvitz)                1:20
    11/ The Museum                              (Horvitz)                2:09
    12/ Monterey                                (Horvitz)                1:22
    13/ In The Closet                           (Horvitz)                1:15
    14/ Sky Shot                                (Horvitz)                0:28
    15/ Up And Over                             (Horvitz)                1:02
    16/ Night Life, Right Life                  (Horvitz)                0:50
    17/ Floating The Blues                      (Horvitz)                1:05
    18/ In The House                            (Horvitz)                0:34
    19/ Capricious Midnight                     (Horvitz)                0:57
    20/ Twistin And Turnin                      (Horvitz)                1:05
    21/ Mrs. Bates                              (Horvitz)                0:43
    22/ Nouveau Riche II                        (Horvitz)                1:06
    23/ Glass On The Water                      (Horvitz)                1:27
    24/ Walking The Plaza                       (Horvitz)                0:57
    25/ Mumble                                  (Horvitz)                0:36
    26/ From Where I See It Now                 (Horvitz)                1:50
    27/ Inside The Outside                      (Horvitz)                1:51
    28/ Buena Note                              (Horvitz)                1:09
    29/ Car In The Lake II                      (Horvitz)                1:07
    30/ Prelude                                 (Horvitz)                1:48
    31/ Scene I                                 (Horvitz)                3:27
    32/ Hot Dog                                 (Horvitz)                2:20
    33/ The Chase                               (Horvitz)                0:26
    34/ House Of Mirrors                        (Horvitz)                2:56
    35/ Lady In The Box                         (Horvitz)                2:01
    36/ Mealtime                                (Horvitz)                0:38
    37/ Eating The Egg                          (Horvitz)                2:11
    38/ William Tell                            (Horvitz)                1:39
    39/ Barber Shop                             (Horvitz)                3:00
    40/ The Girl                                (Horvitz)                2:25
    41/ The Show                                (Horvitz)                2:14
    42/ The Circus Prospered                    (Horvitz)                1:46
    43/ Pitch Fork                              (Horvitz)                2:26
    44/ Charlie On The Ropes                    (Horvitz)                4:34
    45/ The Store/The Campfire                  (Horvitz)                3:01
    46/ The Wedding                             (Horvitz)                1:42
    47/ Finale: The Circus Leaves Town          (Horvitz)                1:45

    (30-47) recorded at Benaroya Hall, Seattle in January 2001
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: samples, editing, piano, organ keyboards; Timothy Young (2-6,
  8-12,14-17,19,20,22-24,26-28): guitar; Bill Frisell (2,4,6,8-10,12,14,16,19,
  22-24,27,28): guitar; Andre Otraskin (2,4,8,10,12,14,23,24,28): guitar; Hans
  Teuber (2,4,6,8-10,12,14,16,19,22-24,27,28): flute, saxophone; Brian Kent
  (2,4,8,10,12,14,23,24,28): saxophone; Craig Flory (2,4,8,10,12,14,23,24,28):
  saxophone; Julian Priester (2,4,8,10,12,14,23,24,28): trombone; Jen
  Charowhas (2,4,6,8-10,12,14,16,19,22-24,27,28): violin; Fred Chalenor (2,4,
  8,10,12,14,23,24,28): bass; Mike Bisio (2,4,8,10,12,14,23,24,28): bass; Andy
  Roth (2,4-6,8-10,12,14-17,19,22-24,27,28): drums; Ed Pias (2,4,8,10,12,14,
  23,24,28): percussion; Reggie Watts (3,5,11,15,17,20,26): keyboards, voice;
  Skerik (3,11,20,26): saxophones, electronics; DJ Logic (3,11,20,26): turn-
  tables; Davis Martin (3,11,20,26): drums; Keith Lowe (5,6,9,15-17,19,22,27):
  bass; Doug Wieselman (5,15,17,30-47): clarinet, saxophones, guitar; Eyvind
  Kang (5,15,17): viola; Seattle Chamber Players (30-47): Mischa Shmidt (vio-
  lin), Laura Deluca (clarinet, bass clarinet); Robin Holcomb (30-47): piano.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7514 (CD)

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169 - THE LONG VIEW: Marty Ehrlich

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

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

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

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170 - 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).

  Wayne Horvitz 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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171 - JAZZTHING PRESENTS - WET PAINT: WOLF KAMPMANN'S KNITTING FACTS: various
  artists

  This record features Gary Lucas (1), Thomas Chapin (2), Cuong Vu (3),
  Magnetic Fields (4), Sex Mob (5), Michael Blake (6), Bill Ware/Marc Ribot
  (7), Elliott Sharpīs Terraplane (8), BallinīThe Jack (9), Frank London (10),
  Jazz Passengers (11), Wayne Horvitz Zony Mash (12), Kazutoki Umezu (13), DJ
  Spooky (14).

    1/ Autobahn                                 (Gary Lucas)
    2/ Essaouira                                (Thomas Chapin)
    3/ Safekeepings                             (Cuong Vu)
    4/ If I Were A Rich Man                     (Magnetic Fields)
    5/ About A Girl                             (Sex Mob)
    6/ Elevated                                 (Michael Blake)
    7/ Take The A Train                         (Bill Ware, Marc Ribot)
    8/ Baptism Of Concreta                      (Elliot Sharpīs Terraplane)
    9/ Limehouse Blues                          (BallinīThe Jack)
    10/ Psycho Klezmer                          (Frank London)
    11/ If I Were A Bell                        (Jazz Passengers)
    12/ Goes Round And Round                    (Wayne Horvitz Zony Mash)
    13/ Yakitiri                                (Kazutoki Umezu)
    14/ Sub Dub Prologue                        (DJ Spooky)

    Produced by Michael Dorf

    2002 - Knitting Factory (USA), KFW 116 (CD)

  See UPPER EGYPT (2000) for further references on (12).

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

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

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

    Recorded between August 2002 and January 2003

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

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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173 - COUNTERCLOCKWISE: Bobby Previte & Bump

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

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

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

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

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

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174 - A CLASSIC GUIDE TO NO MAN'S LAND - PIECES & SONGS: various artists

  This 2xCD set features David Weinstein (1), Guy Klucevsek (2), The 13th 
  Tribe (3), Dawn (4), Motor Totemist Guild (5), Lytle/Cartwright/Moss/Lindsay
  (6), The Lytle/Dresser/Hemingway Trio (7), Armchair Traveller (8), Ich 
  schwitze nie (9) Ne Zhdali (10), François Riback/Eva Schwabe (11), Peter 
  Cusack & Viv Corringham (12), David Garland (13), Tatsuya Yoshida (14), Non
  Credo (15), Leonid Soybelman (16), Anna Homler/Frank Schulte (17), Michael
  Gross (18), Chris Newman (19,20).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Guy Klucevsek:

  Disc 1:
    2/ Glow/Hearth				(Guy Klucevsek)		 4:42

    Recorded at Studio Litho, Seattle (USA) in April 2002

  Guy Klucevsek: piano; Paul Taub: flute; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horwitz:
  midi keyboards.

    2003 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 0329 (2xCD)

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175 - MYLAB: Mylab

    1/ Pop Client                               (Horvitz, Martine)
    2/ Master Korean Musicians Of Canada        (Horvitz, Martine, Holcomb)
    3/ Land Trust Picnic                        (Horvitz, Martine)
    4/ Varmint                                  (Horvitz, Martine)
    5/ Fancy Party Cakes                        (Horvitz, Martine)
    6/ Phil And Jerry                           (Horvitz, Martine)
    7/ Workaholic Song                          (Horvitz, Martine)
    8/ Old Days                                 (Horvitz, Martine)
    9/ Earthbound                               (Horvitz, Martine)
    10/ Not In My House                         (Horvitz, Martine)
    11/ Ask Mickey                              (Horvitz, Martine)
    12/ Chi-Chi Marina                          (Horvitz, Martine)

    Recorded at Other Room Music, Flora Studio, and Trillium Lane Studios,
    Seattle (USA)
    Produced by Tucker Martine and Wayne Horvitz

  Tucker Martine: drums, percussion, treatments; Wayne Horvitz: pianos, Ham-
  mond B-3, pump organ, synthesizers; Danny Barnes (3-5,7): banjo, dobro, vo-
  cals; Dave Carter (7,10): flugelhorn; Aminata Diabate (6): vocals; Bill
  Frisell (1,4,7,9,12): guitar; Robin Holcomb (2,4,6,7): vocals; Orville
  Johnson (4): fiddle; Kassemadi Kamissogo (6): Ngoni; Eyvind Kang (2,6-8,12):
  viola; Briggan Krauss (11): alto; Keith Lowe (1,3,5,6,8): bass; Bobby
  Previte (1,2,6,9-12): drums; Andy Roth (3,4,6-8,12): drums; Skerik (1,6,12):
  saxophones; Reggie Watts (1,4,6): vocals; Doug Wieselman (2-6,8-10,12): gui-
  tar, clarinet, saxophone; Timothy Young (1,3-6,8): guitar; Lowell Horvitz
  (1): giggles; Sofia Barsher (1): giggles.

    2004 - Terminus Records (USA), 0301-2 (CD)

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176 - IRVING STONE MEMORIAL CONCERT: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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177 - FAREWELL SHOWS - SEATTLE, WA: Zony Mash

  Disc 1:
    1/ FYI                                      (Horvitz)
    2/ Diggin Bones
    3/ Easy
    4/ Rotholz Caberet
    5/ Let's Get Mashed                         (Horvitz)
    6/ Smiles                                   (Horvitz)
    7/ Inference
    8/ The Last Song
    9/ Upper Egypt                              (Pharoah Sanders)
    10/ I'm Sorry                               (Timothy Young)
    11/ Sex Fiend                               (John Zorn) 
  Disc 2:
    12/ Meet The Zony Mash                      (Horvitz)
    13/ Slide By                                (Horvitz)
    14/ Rip Off
    15/ Capricious Midnight                     (Horvitz) 
    16/ Triggerfingers                          (John Zorn)
    17/ Prudence RSVP                           (Horvitz)
    18/ Brand Spankin New                       (Horvitz)
    19/ Spice Rack                              (Horvitz)

    Recorded live in Seattle, USA on December 12-13, 2003

  Wayne Horvitz: Be Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes; Tim Young: guitar; Keith
  Lowe: bass; Andy Roth: drums.

    2004 - Kufala (USA), KUF 0061 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD set was accompanied by a sampler of the label artists.

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178 - SOLOS: Robin Holcomb, Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Reno                                     (Holcomb)                4:15
    2/ Tired                                    (Horvitz)                3:43
    3/ Armageddon                               (Wayne Shorter)          5:09  
    4/ The Pleasures Of Motion                  (Holcomb)                2:27
    5/ Joanna's Solo                            (Horvitz)                3:10
    6/ Before the Comet Comes                   (Holcomb)               13:14
    7/ Stars Fell On Alabama                    (F. Perkins, M. Parish)  2:50  
    8/ Interpretation #1                        (Horvitz)                2:30
    9/ The Road To Zamora                       (Holcomb)                1:56
    10/ Buttermilk Hill                         (trad.)                  5:46
    11/ Up Do                                   (Holcomb)                1:51
    12/ Interpretation #2                       (Horvitz)                2:52
    13/ Done For                                (Holcomb)                3:22
    14/ Crispin And Lisa's Duet                 (Horvitz)                3:59

    Recorded at the Recital Hall, UBC School of Music, Vancouver (Canada) on
    June 9 & 10, 2003
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz and Tony Reif

  Robin Holcomb (1,4,6,9,11,13): piano; Wayne Horvitz (2,3,5,7,8,10,12,14): 
  piano.

    2004 - Songlines (Canada), SGL SA1550-2 (SACD)

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179 - INTERSECTION POEMS: Wayne Horvitz, Ron Samworth, Peggy Lee, Bill Clark,
  Dylan van der Schyff

    1/ Merge A La Gauche
    2/ Elk Crossing
    3/ Pavement Ends
    4/ Intersection Poems
    5/ Children At Play
    6/ Begin Two Way
    7/ ...When Amber Flashing

  Wayne Horvitz: piano; Ron Samworth: guitar; Peggy Lee: cello; Bill Clark:
  trumpet; Dylan van der Schyff: drums.

    2005 - Spool/Line (Canada), 125/25 (CD)

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180 - 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/ Cathedrale Engloutie
    62/ Douloureux, Dechirant
    63/ Tres Lent, Contemplatif
    64/ Allegro Drammatico
    65/ Prophetiae Sybillarum
    66/ Cage
    67/ Louange A L'Eternite De Jesus
    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/ Fee 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)

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181 - LIVE AT THE RENDEZVOUS, SEATTLE 2004: Sweeter Than The Day

  Disc 1: 1st set
    1/ Waltz From The Oven                      (Wayne Horvitz)          5:51
    2/ Prepaid Funeral                          (Wayne Horvitz)          8:22
    3/ Ben's Music                              (Wayne Horvitz)          7:05
    4/ Capricious Midnight                      (Wayne Horvitz)          7:03
    5/ Inference                                (Wayne Horvitz)          5:06
    6/ Ironbound                                (Wayne Horvitz)          8:50
    7/ In One Time And Another                  (Wayne Horvitz)          5:00
    8/ In The Ballroom                          (Wayne Horvitz)          7:49
  Disc 2: 2nd set
    9/ Julian's Ballad                          (Wayne Horvitz)          6:37
    10/ Love, Love, Love                        (Wayne Horvitz)          5:27
    11/ Disingenuous Firefight                  (Wayne Horvitz)         11:37
    12/ Forever                                 (Wayne Horvitz)          4:49
    13/ Diggin' Bones                           (Tim Young)              5:24
    14/ In The Lounge                           (Wayne Horvitz)          7:37
    15/ Casey Jones                             (Garcia, Hunter)         3:27
    16/ LTMBBQ                                  (Wayne Horvitz)          7:55

    Recorded live at the Rendezvous, Seattle in December 2004

  Tim Young: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Keith Lowe: bass; Andy Roth:
  drums.

    2005 - Kufala (USA), KUF0103 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD set was accompanied by a sampler of the label artists (#8).

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182 - THE BEST OF FILMWORKS - 20 YEARS OF SOUNDTRACK MUSIC: John Zorn

    1/ Main Title: She Must Be Seeing Things 
    2/ End Titles: White And Lazy 
    3/ Yakisoba: Cynical Hysterie Hour 
    4/ Punk Rock Hero: Cynical Hysterie Hour 
    5/ Through The Night: Cynical Hysterie Hour 
    6/ Surfing Samba: Cynical Hysterie Hour 
    7/ Fanfare/Theme: The Golden Boat 
    8/ France: Weiden And Kennedy 
    9/ Sweden: Weiden And Kennedy 
    10/ Arsenal Dance Mix: Looters (Trespass) 
    11/ Main Title: Hollywood Hotel 
    12/ Wheelchair Racers: Weiden And Kennedy 
    13/ Pueblo: Rose Hobart 
    14/ Lituus: Tears Of Ecstasy 
    15/ Fireworks: Mechanics Of The Brain 
    16/ End Titles: Anton, Mailman 
    17/ Deseo: Latin Boys Go To Hell 
    18/ Shanghai: Port Of Last Resort 
    19/ Trembling Before G-d: Trembling Before G-d 
    20/ Filming: In The Mirror Of Maya Deren 
    21/ Shabbos Noir: Secret Lives 
    22/ Chippy Charm: Homecoming 
    23/ Vocal Phase: Homecoming 
    24/ Shaolin Spirit: Shaolin Ulysses 
    25/ Main Title: Invitation To A Suicide 
    26/ Sekhel (Vocal Version): Hiding And Seeking 
    27/ Main Title: Protocols Of Zion 
    28/ Indonesia: Workingman's Death 

  John Zorn; Cyro Baptista; Joey Baron; Greg Cohen; Anthony Coleman; Trevor 
  Dunn; Mark Feldman; Erik Friedlander; Bill Frisell; Wayne Horvitz; Bill 
  Laswell; Arto Lindsay; Bobby Previte; Marc Ribot; Jamie Saft; Peter Scherer;
  Kenny Wollesen; etc.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7350 (CD)

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183 - WHISPERS, HYMNS AND A MURMUR: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Mountain Language IV (2001)              (Horvitz)                8:02
    2/ Mountain Language III (2001)             (Horvitz)               10:53
    Whispers, Hymns And A Murmur (2003)         (Horvitz)
      3/ Hymn I                                                         11:38
      4/ Whispers I                                                      8:33
      5/ Hymn II                                                         7:28
      6/ Whispers II                                                     4:43
      7/ A Murmur                                                        3:14
    8/ Mountain Language I (1989)               (Horvitz)               18:46

    Recorded at Feedback Studio, Vienna on May 25 & 26, 2005
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Koehne Quartet: Joanna Lewis (violin), Anne Harvey-Nagl (violin), Petra
  Ackermann (viola), Melissa Coleman (cello); Eyvind Kang (3-6): viola; Wayne 
  Horvitz (3,5,6): electronic processing. 

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8021 (CD)

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184 - WAY OUT EAST: Wayne Horvitz' Gravitas Quartet

    1/ LB                                                                7:05
    2/ Way Out East                                                      5:27
    3/ A Remembrance ... An Afterthought ... What Could Have Been
       A Waltz                                                           4:27
    4/ Between Here And Heaven                                           4:08
    5/ Berlin 1914                                                      10:23
    6/ Ladies And Gentleman                                              3:48
    7/ Reveille                                                          4:39
    8/ You Were Just Here (For Philip)                                   5:46
    9/ Our Brief Duet                                                    2:38
    10/ One Morten                                                       5:17
    11/ World Peace And Quiet                                            8:42

    Recorded in Vancouver, Canada in August 2005

  Ron Miles: trumpet; Sara Schoenbeck: bassoon; Peggy Lee: cello; Wayne
  Horvitz: piano, electronics.

    2006 - Songlines (Canada), SGL SA1558-2 (SACD)

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185 - ROGUE'S GALLERY - PIRATE BALLADS, SEA SONGS, & CHANTEYS: various artists

  This 2xCD features Baby Gramps (1,37), Richard Thompson (2), John C. Reilly
  (3,33), Nick Cave (4,27), Loudon Wainwright III (5,25), Three Pruned Men
  (6), Bryan Ferry (7), Robin Holcomb (8), Bill Frisell (9), Joseph Arthur
  (10), Mark Anthony Thompson (11), David Thomas (12,34), Sting (13,39), Teddy
  Thompson (14), Rufus Wainwright & Kate McGarrigle (15), Gavin Friday (16),
  Eliza Carthy (17), Martin Carthy & The UK Group (18), Bob Neuwirth (19),
  Bono (20), Lucinda Williams (21), Richard Greene & Jack Shit (22), Mary
  Margaret O'Hara (23), Jack Shit (24), White Magic (26), Brian Ferry with
  Anthony (28), Akron/Family (29), Martin Carthy & Family (30), Ricky Jay &
  Richard Greene (31), Andrea Corr (32), Ed Harcourt (35), Stan Ridgway (36),
  Van Dyke Parks (38), Jolie Holland (40), Jarvis Cocker (41), Lou Reed (42),
  Ralph Steadman (43).

  Wayne Horvitz plays on one track with Robin Holcomb:

    8/ Dead Horse                               (Robin Holcomb)

    Recorded at Bear Creek Studios, Seattle (USA)
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Robin Holcomb (8): vocals, piano; Bill Frisell (8): guitar; Wayne Horvitz
  (8): keyboards; Eyvind Kang (8): violin; Akron/Family: Seth Olinsky (gui-
  tar), Miles Seaton (guitar), Dana Janssen (bass), Ryan Vanderhoof (drums).

    2006 - Anti (USA), 86817-2 (2xCD)

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186 - FLUX: Mark O'Leary, Dylan Van Der Schyff, Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Entrance
    2/ Be Careful What You Might Wish For
    3/ Vacant 
    4/ Contextual 
    5/ Vadalfjoll 
    6/ Beyond The Abyss 
    7/ Verdant 
    8/ Flux 
    9/ Evolution 
    10/ Cantus 
    11/ If You Ask Me 
    12/ New England Memories 
    13/ Pensive 
    14/ Other Room 
    15/ Rubikon

    Recorded at Other Room Studio, Seattle (USA)
    Produced by Trevor Taylor for FMR

  Mark O'Leary: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: piano, prepared piano; Dylan Van Der 
  Schyff: drums, percussion. 

    2008 - FMR (UK), 238-0607 (CD) 

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187 - ONE DANCE ALONE: Wayne Horvitz Gravitas Quartet

    1/ July II                                                           6:10
    2/ A Walk In The Rain                                                6:22
    3/ July III                                                          4:44
    4/ A Fond Farewell (For Nica)               (Elliott Smith)          4:21
    5/ July I                                                            4:43
    6/ To Say Your Name                                                  7:16
    7/ Waltz From Woman Of Tokyo                                         5:53
    8/ One Dance Alone                                                   2:55
    9/ Good Shepherd                                                     7:39
    10/ We Never Met                                                     3:11
    11/ Undecided                                                        4:11

    Recorded in December 2007

  Wayne Horvitz: piano; Peggy Lee: cello; Ron Miles: cornet; Sara Schoenbeck:
  bassoon.

    2008 - Songlines (Canada), SGL SA 1571-2 (SACD)

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188 - JOE HILL: 16 ACTIONS FOR ORCHESTRA, VOICES, AND SOLOIST: Wayne Horvitz

  Joe Hill: 16 Actions for Orchestra, Voices, and Soloist
						(Wayne Horvitz) 
 
    1/ Action 1: Power In The Union  					 6:16
    2/ Action 2: One Day - One Hour  					 7:04
    3/ Action 3: Worthy Of His Food  					 7:41
    4/ Action 4: Jerusalem, Jerusalem  					 1:38
    5/ Action 5: It's A Lie  						 5:31
    6/ Action 6: On Another Shore  					 4:33
    7/ Action 7: Spike Driver's Blues  					 7:17
    8/ Action 8: The Land As A Stranger  				 3:48
    9/ Action 9: Lumberjack's Prayer  					 4:53
    10/ Action 10: To Have This Hour  					 2:15
    11/ Action 11: Hard Time In The Country  				 4:08
    12/ Action 12: I Never Died  					 1:57
    13/ Action 13: Nameless, Faceless  					 6:18
    14/ Action 14: Bound To Wake Up  					 3:55
    15/ Action 15: How To Die  						 5:52
    16/ Action 16: Where Flowers Grow  					 4:29

    Recorded in June 2007
  
  Danny Barnes; Robin Holcomb; Rinde Eckert; Bill Frisell; Northwest Sinfonia;
  Christian Knapp: conductor.

    2008 - New World Records (USA), 80672 (CD)

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189 - A WALK IN THE DARK: Wayne Horvitz and Sweeter Than The Day

    1/ A Walk In The Dark
    2/ A Moment For Andrew
    3/ We Never Met
    4/ A Walk In The Rain
    5/ Undecided
    6/ Between The Floors
    7/ Waltz From Woman Of Tokyo
    8/ The 29th Day Of May
    9/ Inference
    10/ Good Shepherd
    11/ To A Toaster

    Recorded in December 2007

  Wayne Horvitz: piano; Tim Young: guitar; Keith Lowe: bass; Eric Eagle: 
  drums.

    2008 - self-released (USA), ??? (CD)

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190 - LOBSTER LEAPS IN: The Microscopic Septet

    1/ Night Train Express			(Wayne Horvitz)		 4:21
    2/ Disconcerto For Donnie 			(Forrester)		 8:03
    3/ Lobster Leaps In 			(Johnston)		 4:09
    4/ Got Lucky 				(Johnston)		 6:05
    5/ Lies 					(Forrester)		 8:35
    6/ Life's Other Mystery 			(Johnston)		 6:55
    7/ Almost Right 				(Johnston)		 4:01
    8/ Money Money Money 			(Forrester)		 9:18
    9/ Lt. Cassawary 				(Forrester)		 6:11
    10/ Twilight Time Zone 			(Johnston)		 5:40
    11/ The Big Squeeze 			(Forrester)		 9:53

    Recorded in Brooklyn, New York on December 14 & 15, 2007
    Produced by Phillip Johnston

  Phillip Johnston: soprano saxophone; Don Davis: alto; Mike Hashim: tenor; 
  Dave Sewelson: baritone saxophone; Joel Forrester: piano; David Hofstra:
  bass; Richard Dworkin: drums.

    2008 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 272 (CD)

  Note: Wayne Horvitz does not play on it.

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191 - MR. MAN IN THE MOON: Varmint

    1/ The Portland Water 						 3:28
    2/ Dues 					(Ronee Blakley) 	 5:56
    3/ It Won't Be Long (And I'll Be Hating You)(Johnny Paycheck) 	 2:56
    4/ Enlightenment 				(Sun Ra)		 5:00
    5/ Mr. Man In The Moon 			(Michael Hurley)	 3:13
    6/ Cluck Old Hen 				(trad.)			 4:24
    7/ Last Date 				(Floyd Cramer)		 5:02
    8/ Solitary Man 				(Neil Diamond)		 3:06
    9/ We Were Talking About True Love 					 4:33
    10/ Bar Hoppin' 							 2:13
    11/ Wayfaring Stranger 						 5:27
    12/ Wichita Lineman 						 4:19
    13/ Black Jack Davey 			(trad.)			 6:10
    14/ I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry		(Hank Williams)		 4:20 

    Recorded at Snowghost Studios, Montana (USA) during Summer of 2006

  Robin Holcomb: vocals; Jon Hyde: pedal steel; Timothy Young: guitar, vocals;
  Wayne Horvitz: organ; Keith Lowe: bass; Andy Roth: drums. 

    2008 - self-released (USA), ??? (CD)

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192 - THE UNLISTENABLE YEARS: 1980-1983: Toy Killers

    1/ I'm Embarrassed To Be An American Girl
    2/ Sex Carp
    3/ 24 Handkerchiefs For Roger Trilling
    4/ Smoky Raindrops
    5/ Green Dolphin Sweet
    6/ Corrugated Gems Of Woe
    7/ Scabby
    8/ Bleed For The Mind
    9/ Shaken Not Stirred
    10/ Dance Of The Were-Samurai
    11/ Teen Sex Carp
    12/ Where Do We Get The $ To Save Our Children?
    13/ Death Certificate - 14 Dollars
    14/ Citymulch
    15/ Away With Pests
    16/ The Devil May Be Your Santa Claus (studio)
    17/ Devil May Be Your Santa Claus (live)
    18/ Victimless Crime
    19/ Improvisation 1
    20/ Improvisation 2
    21/ Improvisation 3
    22/ Improvisation 4
    23/ Improvisation 5
    24/ Improvisation 6
    25/ Improvisation 7

  Charles K Noyes: drums, saw, percussion; Aline Lily Mayer: vocals; Thi-Linh
  Le: guitar, vocals; Nicky Skopelitis: guitar; Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocals; 
  Bill Laswell: bass; Elliott Sharp: guitar, bass; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; 
  John Zorn: alto, game calls; Pe de Boi Samba Group: percussion; Michael 
  Beinhorn: Fender Rhodes chroma; Paul Burwell: drums, percussion; M.E. 
  Miller: drums, vocals, bass, turntables, cocktail shakers, incendiaries.

    2008 - ugExplode (USA), 30 (CD)

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193 - THE BEST OF BILL FRISELL, VOL. 1: FOLK SONGS: Bill Frisell

    1/ I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry  
    2/ Raccoon Cat  
    3/ Sugar Baby  
    4/ We're Not From Around Here  
    5/ The Pioneers  
    6/ Rag  
    7/ Verona  
    8/ Shenandoah (For Johnny Smith)  
    9/ Ballroom  
    10/ Have A Little Faith In Me  
    11/ Mr. Memory  
    12/ Wildwood Flower  
    13/ Slow Dance  
    14/ Sittin' On Top Of The World  
    15/ Poem For Eva  

    2009 - Nonesuch (USA), 51609-2 (CD)

  See IS THAT YOU? (1990) for further references on (6), and GOOD DOG, HAPPY
  MAN (1999) for (5,15).

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*** - THINGS 'BOUT COMIN' MY WAY: various artists

  This tribute to the music of The Mississippi Sheiks features John Hammond,
  Bill Frisell, Geoff Muldaur, Madeleine Peyroux, Bruce Cockburn, Jim Byrnes,
  The Carolina Chocolate Drops, Ndidi Onukwulu, Del Rey, Bob Brozman, Kelly
  Joe Phelps, Robin Holcomb, The North Mississippi Allstars, Oh Susanna with
  Van Dyke Parks, Danny Barnes, The Sojourners, and Steve Dawson.

  Wayne Horvitz: piano; Keith Lowe: bass; Matt Chamberlain: drums; etc.

    2009 - Black Hen Music (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet (planned on October 20, 2009).

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*** - SONGS FOR SHELTER: various artists

  This record features Wayne Horvitz & Robin Holcomb, Danny O'Keefe, Laura 
  Veirs, Laura Love, Jim Page, Reggie Garrett, etc.

    ???? - ??? (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - TOWN MOUSE AND COUNTRY MOUSE: Wayne Horvitz, Todd Jefferson Moore

    1/ Is This Where You Live?
    2/ The Place I Call Home
    3/ I'll Fly Away
    4/ Train Medley
    5/ New York Town
    6/ Mouse Zapper
    7/ I've Got A Friend Medley
    8/ The Place I Call Home 

  Wayne Horvitz: piano, organ; Todd Jefferson Moore: narration; Danny Barnes;
  banjo, vocals; Reggie Watts: vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Andy Roth: drums;
  Keith Lowe: bass.

    ???? - ??? (?), ??? (CD)

  Note: not been released yet.

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*** - ???: various artists

  Tribute to Sonny Sharrock with Derek Bailey, Henry Kaiser, Elliott Sharp,
  Bill Frisell, Zoot Horn Rollo, Rob DeNunzio, Wayne Horvitz & Zony Mash, 
  Chris Haskett, Thurston Moore, John Shiurba, etc.

    1998 - Hi-Fi Mundo (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: was never released.

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*** - ???: Kazutoki Umezu

  Kazutoki Umezu; Samm Bennett; Wayne Horvitz; etc.

    1998 - Off Note (Japan), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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  WHERE IN THE WORLD?: Bill Frisell (1991 - Elektra/Musician, 61181-2 (CD))
  DUST TO DUST: Butch Morris (1991 - New World/CounterCurrents, 80408-2 (CD))
  SIGNS OF LIFE: Peter Apfelbaum & The Hieroglyphics Ensemble (1991 - 
    Antilles, 422-848 634-2 (CD))
  JODOJI BRIGHTNESS: Peter Apfelbaum & The Hieroglyphics Ensemble (1992 -
    Antilles, 314-512 320-2 (CD))
  WHY I LIKE COFFEE: Bob Nell (1992 - New World Records, 80419)
  HAVE A LITTLE FAITH: Bill Frisell (1993 - Elektra/Nonesuch, 9 79301-2 (CD))
  PAST TELLS: David Taylor (1993 - New World Records, 80436-2 (CD))
  ALARMS AND EXCURSIONS: Bern Nix Trio (1993 - New World (USA), 80437-2 (CD))
  BREATH OF LIFE: World Saxophone Quartet (1994 - Elektra Nonesuch, 79309-2)
  PALMAS: Eddie Palmieri (1994 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 61649-2 (CD))
  WELCOME TO MALPESTA: Human Feel (1994 - New World Records, 80450 (CD))
  NO WAYS TIRED: Fontella Bass (1995 - Nonesuch (USA), 9 79357-2 (CD))
  JUST BEFORE THE DAWN: Marty Ehrlich's Dark Woods Ensemble (1995 - New World/
    CounterCurrents (USA), 80474-2 (CD))
  NASHVILLE: Bill Frisell (1997 - Nonesuch (USA), 79415-2 (CD))
  FALLING DOWN LAUGHING: Living Daylights (1997 - no label, LDD9519 (CD))
  CIRCLE DANCING: Jay Clayton (1997 - Sunnyside (USA), 1076 (CD))
  HIGHSPOTPARADOX: Hughscore (1997 - Tim/Kerr (USA), T/K 109-2 (CD))
  HEAVY MACHINERY: Bebop & Destruction (1997 - My Own Planet (USA), ??? (CD))
  LAST FOREVER: NEW AND OLD SONGS OUT OF THE AMERICAN TRADITION: Sonya Cohen
    (1997 - Elektra/Asylum (USA), 79447 (CD))
  TIME AGAIN: Donald Rubinstein (1997 (?) - Desert Link (USA), no cat# (CD))
  WOMEN'S DAY: Ron Miles (1997 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79516 (CD))
  POLISH THEATER POSTERS: Andrew Drury (1998 - Red Toucan Records, RT 9314-2)

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  * Downbeat, May 1988: Profile - Wayne Horvitz, by Gene Santoro (pp. 46-48)

  * Option, Sep/Oct 1988: short article on Horvitz by Brooke Wentz (pp. 23-24)

  * Downbeat, June 1991: "The President's Sound - Wayne Horvitz' Keyboard
    Setup", by Gene Santoro (pp. 57-59)

  * Musikmagasinet (Denmark), OPUS nr. 5, September 1991: "Fra A Til Zorn",
    article/interview by Michael Stovring (pp. 20-21)

  * Option, Sep/Oct 1992: interview by Ben Ratliff (pp. 48-51,87)

  * Pacific/Seattle Times/P.I., July 11, 1993: "Free Jazz: Two Lives In Time,"
    article about Robin Holcomb and Wayne Horvitz by Geordie Wilson (pp. 16)

  * Jazz à go-go (Poland), No.3, March 1994: "Too (little) vanguard...",
    interview by Mariusz Adamiak and Pawel Trzaska (pp. 22-23)

  * Pandemonium!, June 1994: "Blurring The Lines: Pigpen, Jazz, Rock, The
    Dead", article by Larry Rosen (pp. 12)

  * ImproJazz (France), No. 14, Avril 1995: interview by Patrice Roussel (pp.
    3-9)

  * Earshot Jazz, May 1995: "The Art Of The Improvisers: Horvitz and Holcomb
    at Home In Seattle", article by Keith Raether (pp. 1)

  * Carbon 14 (USA), Vol.1, #4: interview by Leslie Goldman (pp. 41-42,61)

  * Jazziz, May 1997, Volume 14, Number 5: "Fission," collective article/
    interview on Wayne Horvitz, Jim Beard, Scott Henderson, and others by
    Josef Woodard (pp. 28-31)

  * Signal To Noise, November/December 1998: article/interview on Zony Mash 
    by Pete Gershon (pp. 10-11)

  * Downbeat, October 2002: "Acoustic-Electric Split," an article/interview
    by John Ephland (pp. 54)

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  RISING TONES CROSS: A Jazzfilm by Ebba Jahn, 119 minutes, english and german
  with subtitles. With Peter Kowald Quartet (Kowald, Charles Gayle, Marilyn
  Crispell, Rashied Ali); Peter Kowald Trio (Kowald, Charles Gayle, John
  Betsch); Zorn-Horvitz-Duo (John Zorn, Wayne Horvitz); Billy Bang's Forbidden
  Planet (Bang, Kim Clarke, Wayne Horvitz, Oscar Sanders, Bobby Previte);
  William and Patsy Parker Ensemble (Wayne Horvitz, Ricardo Strobert, Masahiko
  Kono, Dennis Charles, William Parker, Lisa Sokolov, Jeanne Lee, Ellen
  Christi, Patsy Parker, Maria Mitchell, Carol Penn Muhammad, Frank Boyer,
  Keith Dames, A.R. Penck); Charles Tyler Quintet (Tyler, Roy Campbell Jr.,
  Curtis Clark, Wilbur Morris, John Betsch); Don Cherry And Sound Unity
  Orchestra (Cherry, Maria Mitchell, Peter Brötzmann, Rüdiger Carl, Daniel
  Carter, Dennis Charles, Ellen Christi, Peter Kowald, Wilbur Morris and
  others); Jemeel Moondoc Sextet (Moondoc, Roy Campbell Jr., Ellen Christi,
  Rahn Burton, William Parker, Rashied Ali); Schweizer-Carl (Irène Schweizer,
  Rüdiger Carl); Peter Brötzmann Ensemble (Brötzmann, Charles Gayle, David S.
  Ware, Frank Wright, Jemeel Moondoc, Roy Campbell Jr., Masahiko Kono, Irène
  Schweizer, Peter Kowald, William Parker, Rashied Ali).
  Direction, Camera: Ebba Jahn; Sound Recording: Jost Jebers (1984)


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01 - NO PLACE FAST: Wayne Horvitz (1979 - Theatre For ..., TFYM 001 (LP))
02 - SYNCHRO-INCITY: David Sewelson (1979 - Theatre For ..., TFYM 002 (LP))
03 - CASCANDO & WORDS & MUSIC: W. Horvitz (1979 - Theatre ..., TFYM 003 (LP))
04 - SIMPLE FACTS: Wayne Horvitz (1981 - Theatre For ..., TFYM 004 (LP))
05 - NO BOUNDARY: Bill Horvitz (???? - Theatre For ..., TFYM 005 (LP))
06 - RADIOPLAY: Peter Handke (1979 - Theatre For Your Mother, TFYM 006 (LP))

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