DISCOGRAPHY OF STEVE LACY

This is the 11th version of the discography of Steve Lacy. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

William Kenz (kenz@mnstate.edu),
Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com).
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                       |   DISCOGRAPHY OF STEVE LACY   |
                       |            May 2011           |
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                       | by William Kenz               |
                       | (kenz@mnstate.edu)            | 
                       | 816 N. 15th St.               |
                       | Moorhead, MN 56560 (USA)      |
                       | and Patrice Roussel           |
                       | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)      |
                       | 2034 NE 37th Ave.             |
                       | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)      |
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With special thanks to:

Patrick Schuster
Monique Goldstein
Lew Petrinovich
Doug Doucette 
R. Lynn Rardin
Marcel-Franck Simon
Glenn W. Lea      
Sandeep Mehta    
Robert Iannapollo
Steve Berman   
Alastair Dickson 
Ben Weiner      
Richard Shapiro
Matt Schofield 
Bill Hery     
Malcolm Humes
Mike Zickar 
David McKechnie 
Alexis Rzewski 
Terence E Martin  
Arjen Gorter     
Peter Stubley   
Dale A. Smoak
Johann Haidenbauer
Philippe Renaud
Katsuhiro Imai    
Piotr Michalowski
Dave Cramer
Sergio Palermi
Patrick Frisco
Tom Welsh
Robert L. Campbell
Mauricio Gobbi
Vincent Laine  
Artur Miguel Dias 
Matthew C Weiner 
Sergio Karam    
Bruce Carnevale 
Jim Eigo
Gilles Laheurte
Jacques Oger
Martin Davidson
Peter Losin   
Jim Dye      
Tom Storer  
Bjorn Thorstensson
Jack Lefton    
R. Edward Stuart 
Giz Bowe        
Stéphane Vuilleumier 
Gerhard Mittenhuber
Wolfgang Kraus
Mark Rosenschein
Brian Olewnick 
Rohan Parkes  
Jonah V Fried 
Guillaume Tarche
Emmanuel Adatte
SisterSunshine 
Brad Beaudet  
James Lindbloom
Nils Jacobson 
Mike Webber
Allen J Huotari 
Jon Mooneyham
Mark Garvin
Alain Le Roux-Marini
Remco Takken       
Sean Westergaard
Daniel Coffey  
Jose Ppessoa 
Nicola Pesce 
Jason Weiss
for sending us extra material and giving prompt answers to our questions.

We are also endebted to:

Gustave Cerutti, who published the first comprehensive discography of Steve Lacy in 1982, as a side project of his late magazine - Jazz 360 degrees - and allowed us to use his work to start this new and updated discography.

Steve Lacy, who helped us to clarify some obscure references and showed a strong interest in this project.

Heinrich Lukas Lindenmaier and his impressive discography of Steve Lacy -- 25 YEARS OF FISH HORN RECORDINGS.

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Records and tapes have been listed, when possible, by chronological order based on release dates (and not recording session). The following records and tapes are listed:

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

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

Some abbreviations:

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

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

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001 - JAZZ-IDIOM: Dick Sutton Sextet

    1/ Avalon                                   (Jolson, Rose)           2:46
    2/ Softly As A Morning Sunrise              (Hammerstein, Romberg)   2:53
    3/ Liza                                     (Rubens, Condon)         2:05
    4/ I'm Coming Virginia                      (Heywood, Cook)          3:16
    5/ I Would Do Almost Anything For You       (Claude Hopkins)         2:23
    6/ How About You                            (Freed, Lane)            3:08
    7/ You're Lucky To Me                       (Black, Razaf)           2:35
    8/ Peg O'My Heart                           (Bryan, Fisher)          2:26

    Recorded in New York City in 1954

  Dick Sutton: trumpet; Rai Anderson: trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano, clarinet;
  Don Sitterlex: baritone saxophone; Mark Trail: bass; Bill DeHay: drums.

    1954 - Jaguar, JP 802 (10" LP)
    1954 - Jaguar, EP 802 vol. 1 and vol. 2 (45RPM 7")

  See also THE JAGUAR SESSIONS (1986).

  Note concerning the two 7" 45RPM:
    vol 1 includes tracks 1, 2, 4 and 5
    vol 2 includes tracks 3, 6, 7 and 8

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002 - PROGRESSIVE DIXIELAND: Dick Sutton Sextet

    1/ As Long As I Live                        (Arlen, Koehler)         3:39
    2/ My Old Flame                             (Johnston, Coslow)       2:44
    3/ A Foggy Day In London Town               (Gershwin, Gershwin)     2:54
    4/ Let's Get Away From It All               (Dennis, Adair)          3:27
    5/ Ibid                                     (Dick Sutton)            2:39
    6/ Love Me Or Leave Me                      (Donaldson, Kahn)        2:34
    7/ Fortunate                                (Dick Sutton)            3:08
    8/ Sunday                                   (Coots, Grey)            2:54
    
    Recorded in New York City in 1954

  Dick Sutton: trumpet; John Welch: trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano, clarinet;
  Frank Caputo: baritone saxophone; Mark Trail: bass; Billy De Hay: drums.

    1954 - Jaguar, JP 804 (10" LP)

  See also THE JAGUAR SESSIONS (1986).

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003 - SEXTETTE/QUINTETTE: Tom Stewart

    1/ Rosetta					(Hines, Woode)		 3:19
    2/ Out Of Nowhere				(Heyman, Green)		 2:39
    3/ Fidgety Feet				(G. & I. Gershwin)	 3:18
    4/ Potatoes					(Garcia)		 3:10
    5/ Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You		(Redman, Razaf)		 3:29
    6/ My Heart Is A Hobo			(Burke, Van Heusen)	 3:06
    7/ Some Of These Days			(Brooks)		 3:04
    8/ These Are The Things I Love		(Barlow, Harris)	 3:45
    9/ Spain					(Jones, Kahn)		 2:38
    10/ Let's Get Lost				(McHugh, Loesser)	 2:04

    Recorded in New York City in February 1956

  Tom Stewart: tenor horn; Steve Lacy: soprano; Dave McKenna (1-9): piano; 
  Whitey Mitchell: bass; Alan Levitt (1-6,10): drums; Joe Puma (7-10): guitar; 
  Herbie Mann (7-10): flute, tenor; Billy Bradley (7-9): drums.

    1956 - ABC-Paramount (USA), 117 (LP)

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004 - WHITEY MITCHELL SEXTETTE

    1/ It Could Happen To You			(Van Heusen, Burke)	 3:09
    2/ Lover Man				(Weill, Anderson)	 3:04
    3/ Strike Up The Band			(Gershwin)		 1:57
    4/ I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart		(Ellington, Mills, Nemo) 2:53
    5/ Once In A While				(Edwards, Green)	 3:29
    6/ Young Lesley				(Mitchell)		 3:36
    7/ You Stepped Out Of A Dream		(Brown, Kahn)		 3:06
    8/ Over The Rainbow				(Arlen, Harburg)	 2:54
    9/ Perdido					(Tizol, Lengsfelder)	 3:08
    10/ Why Don't You Take Up The Piccolo	(Mitchell)		 2:59

    Recorded in New York City on April 23, 1956
    (4,7) recorded in New York City on April 13, 1956

  Whitey Mitchell: bass; Don Stratton: trumpet; Tom Stewart: tenor horn; Steve 
  Lacy: soprano; Joe Puma: guitar; Gus Johnson (4,7): drums; Osie Johnson 
  (except on (4,7)): drums. 

    1956 - ABC-Paramount (USA), 126 (LP)
    1985 - ABC Paramount (USA), ABC-126 252-281-1 (LP)

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005 - MODERN JAZZ FESTIVAL: Joe Puma Sextet

    1/ Give Me The Simple Life
    2/ Indian Blanket

    Recorded in New York City on June 13, 1956

  Joe Puma: guitar; Tom Stewart: bass trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Herbie
  Mann: tenor; Whitey Mitchell: bass; Herb Wasserman: drums.

    ???? - Harmony, HL 7196 (LP)
    ???? - Jazztone, J 1245 (LP)

  Note: (1) is on the Harmony pressing only.
  Note: (2) is on the Jazztone pressing only.

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006 - JAZZ ADVANCE: Cecil Taylor

    1/ Bemsha Swing                             (Monk, Best)             7:23
    2/ Charge'Em Blues                          (Taylor)                11:02
    3/ Azure                                    (Ellington)              7:26
    4/ Song                                     (Taylor)                 5:16
    5/ You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To         (Cole Porter)            9:14
    6/ Rick Kick Shaw                           (Taylor)                 6:03
    7/ Sweet And Lovely                         (Arnheim, Tobias, 
                                                Lamare)                  6:35

    Recorded in Boston, USA on September 14, 1956

  Cecil Taylor: piano; Steve Lacy (2,4): soprano; Buell Neidlinger (1-4,6,7):
  bass; Dennis Charles (1-4,6,7): drums.

    1956 - Transition (USA), TR 10 - TR 19 - TR 30 (LP)
    ???? - Transition (Japan), GXF 3121 (LP)
    ???? - Toshiba (Japan), 70072 (LP)
    1975 - Blue Note (USA), BN-LA 458 H2 (2xLP)
    ???? - Blue Note (UK), BST 84 487/88 (2xLP)
    ???? - Toshiba (Japan), EMI TOCJ 5884 (CD)
    1991 - Blue Note (USA), CDP 7 84462 2 (CD)
    1994 - Transition (Japan), TOCJ-5888 (CD)
    2001 - Toshiba-EMI (Japan), TOCJ-9348 (CD)
    2008 - Fresh Sound (EEC), FSRCD 485 (CD)

  Note: the Blue Note reissue BN-LA 458 H2 is called IN TRANSITION and inclu-
  des both JAZZ ADVANCE and LOVE FOR SALE (1959).
  Note: according to the Blue Note reissue BN-LA 458 H2, the recording date is
  December 10, 1955.
  Note: track (7) is missing on the Transition CD pressing (TOCJ-5888).
  Note: the 2008 reissue on Fresh Sound adds the three tracks by the Cecil 
  Taylor Quartet featured on AT NEWPORT (1958).

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007 - GIL EVANS PLUS TEN: Gil Evans

    1/ Remember                                 (Berlin)                 4:30
    2/ Ella Speed                               (traditional)            5:47
    3/ Big Stuff                                (Berstein)               4:46
    4/ Nobody's Heart                           (Rodgers, Hart)          4:22
    5/ Just One Of Those Things                 (Porter)                 4:22
    6/ If You Could See Me Now                  (Dameron)                4:15
    7/ Jambangle                                (Evans)                  4:56

    (1) recorded in Hackensack on September 6, 1957
    (2,4,6) recorded in Hackensack on September 27, 1957
    (3,5,7) recorded in Hackensack on October 10, 1957
    
  Gil Evans: piano, arranger; John Carisi (1): trumpet; Jack Koven: trumpet; 
  Jimmy Cleveland: trombone; Bart Varsalona: bass trombone; Willie Ruff: 
  French horn; Steve Lacy: soprano; Lee Konitz: alto; Dave Kurtzer: bassoon; 
  Paul Chambers: bass; Jo Jones (1): drums; Louis Mucci (2-7): trumpet; Nick 
  Stabulas (2-7): drums.

    1957 - Prestige, 7120 and 7756 (LP)
    1959 - New Jazz, NJLP 8215 (LP)
    ???? - Prestige (Japan), SMJ 6516 (LP)
    ???? - Prestige, P-24049 (LP)
    ???? - Prestige (Japan), LPJ 40006 (LP)
    1967 (?) - Transatlantic Records (UK), XTRA 5034 (LP)
    1989 - Prestige, OJC-346 (P-7120) (LP)
    1989 - Prestige, OJCCD-346-2 (P-7120) (CD)
    2003 - Fantasy/Prestige (USA), PRSA-7120-6 (SACD)
    2006 - Prestige (Japan), VICJ-41659 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name BIG STUFF (case of the New
  Jazz 1959 reissue, as well as the Transatlantic Records one).
  Note: the 1989 Prestige reissue is called GIL EVANS AND TEN.

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008 - AT NEWPORT: The Gigi Gryce-Donald Byrd Jazz Laboratory & The Cecil
  Taylor Quartet

    1/ Johnny Come Lately                       (Strayhorn)              6:45
    2/ Nona's Blues                             (Taylor)                 7:04
    3/ Tune 2                                   (Taylor)                 9:53

    Recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 6, 1957

  Cecil Taylor: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Buell Neidlinger: bass; Dennis
  Charles: drums.

    4/ Splittin'                                (Bryant)                 6:57
    5/ Batland                                  (Sears)                  7:02
    6/ Love For Sale                            (Porter)                 7:26

    Recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 5, 1957

  Gigi Gryce: alto; Donald Byrd: trumpet; Hank Jones: piano; Osie Johnson:
  drums; Wendell Marshall: bass.

    1958 - Verve (USA), MGV 8238 (LP)
    1958 (?) - Verve (Japan), UMV 2564 (LP)
    ???? - Verve, 2610 037 (LP)
    1976 - Verve, VE2-2514 (LP)
    ???? - Verve, VSP 13 (LP)
    ???? - Columbia (UK), CX 10102 (LP)
    2002 - Verve (USA), 314 589 764-2 (CD)
    2002 - Verve (EEC), 589 764-2 (CD)

  Note: Verve VE2-2514 is called MASTERS OF THE MODERN PIANO.
  Note: only track one is available on Verve VSP 13.

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009 - SOPRANO TODAY: Steve Lacy

    1/ Day Dream                                (Strayhorn, Ellington)   4:23
    2/ Alone Together                           (Dietz, Schwartz)        6:35
    3/ Work                                     (Monk)                   5:24
    4/ Rockin'In Rhythm                         (Ellington, Mills, 
                                                Carney)                  4:05
    5/ Easy To Love                             (Porter)                 8:25
    6/ Little Girl, Your Daddy Is Calling You   (unknown)                4:32

    Recorded in Hackensack on November 1, 1957

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Wynton Kelly: piano; Buell Neidlinger: bass; Dennis
  Charles: drums.

    1958 - Prestige, 7125 (LP)
    1963 - New Jazz, NJLP 8308 and NJST 8308 (LP)
    1965 - Status, ST-8308 (LP)
    ???? - Toshiba (Japan), LPJ 70005 (LP)
    ???? - Esquire (UK), 32 143 (LP)
    1983 - Carrere/Prestige (France), 68 403 (LP)
    1984 - Fantasy, Inc./Original Jazz Classics (USA), OJC-130 (P-7125) (LP)
    1991 - Prestige, OJCCD-130-2 (P-7125) (CD)
    2009 (?) - Jazz The Best/Universal (Japan), UCCO-9760 (CD)

  Note: this record is also called SOPRANO SAX (case of the OJC reissues).
  Note: the 1965 Status pressing is called WYNTON KELLY WITH STEVE LACY.

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*** - BIG STUFF: Gil Evans

  See GIL EVANS PLUS TEN (1957) for further references.

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010 - REFLECTIONS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Hornin'In                                (Monk)                   5:11
    2/ Skippy                                   (Monk)                   4:16
    3/ Reflections                              (Monk)                   4:09
    4/ Four In One                              (Monk)                   6:01
    5/ Bye-Ya                                   (Monk)                   4:40
    6/ Ask Me Now                               (Monk)                   4:58
    7/ Let's Call This                          (Monk)                   7:15

    Recorded in Hackensack on October 17, 1958

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano; Buell Neidlinger: bass; Elvin 
  Jones: drums.

    1959 - New Jazz, NJLP 8206 (LP)
    1977 - Prestige, 68.365 (LP)
    ???? - Prestige (Japan), VIJ 5032 (LP)
    1983 - New Jazz, NJ-8206/OJC-063 (LP)
    1990 - Prestige/New Jazz, OJCCD-063-2 (NJ-8206) (CD)
    ???? - Universal/Jazz The Best (Japan), UCCO-9389 (CD)

  Note: the order of the tracks on the 1990 CD reissue is: (4,3,1,5,7,6,2).

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011 - GREAT JAZZ STANDARDS: Gil Evans

    1/ Davenport Blues                          (B. Beiderbecke)         4:25
    2/ Straight, No Chaser                      (T. Monk)                6:19
    3/ Django                                   (J. Lewis)               8:05
    
    Recorded in Hackensack, beginning 1959

  Johnny Coles: trumpet; Louis Mucci: trumpet; Allen Smith: trumpet; Bill    
  Elton: trombone; Curtis Fuller: trombone; Dick Lieb: trombone; Bob Northern:
  French horn; Bill Barber: tuba; Al Block: reeds; Steve Lacy: soprano; Gil
  Evans: piano, arranger, director; Chuck Wayne: guitar; Dick Carter: bass; 
  Dennis Charles: drums.
    
    4/ Chant Of The Weed                        (D. Redman)              4:25
    5/ Ballad Of The Sad Young Men              (F. Landesman, T. Wolf)  4:00
    6/ Joy Spring                               (C. Brown)               2:49
    7/ La Nevada (Theme)                        (G. Evans)               6:15

    Recorded in Hackensack on February 5, 1959

  Johnny Coles: trumpet; Louis Mucci: trumpet; Danny Stiles: trumpet; Jimmy  
  Cleveland: trombone; Curtis Fuller: trombone; Rod Levitt: trombone; Earl
  Chapin: French horn; Bill Barber: tuba; Budd Johnson: tenor, clarinet; Steve
  Lacy: soprano; Ed Caine: oboe; Gil Evans: piano, arranger, director; Ray 
  Crawford: guitar; Tommy Potter: bass; Elvin Jones: drums.

    1959 - World Pacific, WP 1270 and ST 1027 (LP)
    ???? - World Pacific (Japan), LLR 8891 (LP)
    1961 - Pacific Jazz, LP-28 (LP)
    ???? - Fontana (Netherlands), 688 000 (LP)
    1975 - Blue Note (USA), BN-LA461-H2 (2xLP)
    ???? - Blue Note (E), BST 84 493/94 (2xLP)
    ???? - King (Japan), K 23 P 6721 (LP)
    ???? - Pacific (Japan), GXF 3034 (LP)
    ???? - World Pacific (Japan), CP 32-5373 (CD)
    1988 - Pacific Jazz/Capitol, ??? (CD)
    1997 - Pacific Jazz/Capitol (USA), CDP 7 46856 2 (CD)
    2006 - Blue Note (USA), 58300 (CD)
    2010 - Poll Winners (Spain), PWR27214 (CD)

  Note: the Pacific Jazz reissue (LP-28) is called AMERICA'S #1 ARRANGER.
  Note: the 2xLP editions are called PACIFIC STANDARD TIME and combine both
  GREAT JAZZ STANDARDS (1959) and NEW BOTTLE OLD WINE (1958).
  Note: PACIFIC STANDARD TIME has been reissued on CD (details unknown).
  Note: the 2006 reissue is called THE COMPLETE PACIFIC JAZZ SESSIONS and con-
  tains both GREAT JAZZ STANDARDS (1959) and NEW BOTTLE OLD WINE (1958).
  Note: the 2010 reissue is called GREAT JAZZ STANDARDS and contains both 
  GREAT JAZZ STANDARDS (1959) and NEW BOTTLE OLD WINE (1958).

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012 - THE STRAIGHT HORN OF STEVE LACY: Steve Lacy

    1/ Louise                                   (Cecil Taylor)           5:16
    2/ Introspection                            (Thelonious Monk)        5:20
    3/ Donna Lee                                (Miles Davis)            7:41
    4/ Played Twice                             (Thelonious Monk)        5:44
    5/ Air                                      (Cecil Taylor)           6:27
    6/ Criss Cross                              (Thelonious Monk)        5:37   

    Recorded at Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, New York on November 19, 1960

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Charles Davis: baritone saxophone; John Ore: bass;
  Roy Haynes: drums.

    1961 - Candid, M 8007 and S 9007 (LP)
    1977 - Barnaby/Candid Jazz, BR-5013 (LP)
    1980 - First American Records/Red Carpet Tapes, RC-5066 (CT)
    ???? - Candid (France), BR 5004 (LP)
    ???? - Candid (Japan), SMJ 6174 (LP)
    ???? - Candid, 9007 (LP)
    1988 - Candid, CD 9007 (CD)
    1997 - Candid (Japan), TECW-20492 (CD)
    2007 - Candid/Pure Pleasure (UK), CJS9007 (LP) 

  Note: on the records, "Donna Lee" is wrongly attributed to Charlie Parker; 
  it is in fact a composition by Miles Davis (from Steve Lacy).
  Note: the cassette does not include (1) and (4).

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*** - no title: Archie Shepp

    1/ Dunbar Days & Miami Joys                                          7:02
    2/ Sophisticated Lady                                                9:09
    3/ Viva Jomo! (For Jomo Kenyatta)                                   10:26

    Recorded at Bell Sound Studios, New York (date unknown)

  Archie Shepp: tenor; Roswell Rudd: trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano; Dennis
  Charles: drums; Arthur Harper: bass.

    ???? - ???, ?? (acetate)

  Note: was never released.

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013 - EVIDENCE: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Mystery Song                         (Ellington)              5:30
    2/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   5:00
    3/ Let's Cool One                           (Monk)                   6:35
    4/ San Francisco Holiday                    (Monk)                   5:15
    5/ Something To Live For                    (Ellington, Strayhorn)   5:50
    6/ Who Knows                                (Monk)                   5:20

    Recorded in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (USA) on November 1, 1961

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Don Cherry (1-4,6): trumpet; Carl Brown: bass; Billy 
  Higgins: drums.

    1962 - New Jazz, NJLP 8271 (LP)
    ???? - Prestige (Japan), SMJ 6272 (LP)
    ???? - Prestige (Japan), SMJ 7567 (LP)
    1980 - Prestige, MPP-2505 (LP)
    ???? - Prestige/New Jazz, OJCCD-1755-2 (NJ-8271) (CD)

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014 - QUIET NIGHTS: Miles Davis

    1/ Song #2                                  (Evans, Davis)           1:41
    2/ Once Upon A Summertime                   (Mercer, Legrand, Marnay,
                                                Barclay)                 3:30
    3/ Aos Pes Da Cruz (Slow Samba)             (Pinto, Goncalves)       4:20
    4/ Song #1                                  (Evans, Davis)           4:40
    5/ Wait Till You See Her                    (Hart, Rodgers)          4:10
    6/ Corcovado (Quiet Nights)                 (A. Jobim)               2:47

    (1,2) recorded at the Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC on November 6, 1962
    (3,6) recorded at the Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC on July 27, 1962
    (4,5) recorded at the Columbia 30th Street Studio, NYC on August 13, 1962

  Miles Davis: trumpet; Ernie Royal (3-6): trumpet; Bernie Glow (3-6): trum-
  pet; Johnny Coles: trumpet; Louis Mucci (3-6): trumpet; Harold Shorty Baker 
  (3-6): trumpet; J.J. Johnson (3-6): trombone; Frank Rehak (3-6): trombone; 
  Jimmy Knepper: trombone; Dick Nixon: trombone; Julius Watkins (3-6): French 
  horn; Ray Alonge (3-6): French horn; Don Corrado (3-6): French horn; Bob 
  Swisshelm: French horn; Paul Ingraham: French horn; Bill Barber (3-6): tuba;
  Steve Lacy (3-6): soprano; Jerome Richardson (3-6): reeds; Al Block (3-6): 
  flute; Ray Beckenstein (3-6): reeds; Bob Tricarico (3-6): reeds; Garvin 
  Bushell (3-6): bassoon, contrabassoon; Romeo Penque: reeds; Eddie Caine: 
  reeds; Danny Bank: reeds; Janet Putman (3-6): harp; Paul Chambers (3-6): 
  bass; Jimmy Cobb (3-6): drums; Willie Bobo (3-6): bongos; Elvin Jones (3-6): 
  percussion; Bob Rosengarden: percussion; Gil Evans: arranger, director.

    7/ Summer Night                             (Dubin, Warren)          6:07

    Recorded at the Columbia Studios, Hollywood on April 17, 1963

  Miles Davis: trumpet; George Coleman: tenor; Victor Feldman: piano; Ron 
  Carter: bass; Frank Butler: drums.

    1963 - Columbia (USA), CL 2106 (LP)
    1963 - Columbia (USA), CS 8906 (LP)
    ???? - Columbia, KCS 8906 (LP)
    ???? - CBS, 62 213 (LP)
    ???? - CBS (Europe), CBS 85556 (LP)
    1991 - Sony Records (Japan), SRCS 5703 (CD)
    1996 - Columbia/Legacy (USA), 67397 (6xCD)
    1997 - Columbia/Legacy (USA), CK 65293 (CD)
    1997 - Columbia/Legacy (USA), CS 65293 (SACD)
    2004 - Columbia/Legacy (USA), 90923 (6xCD)

  Note: the 6xCD set is called THE COMPLETE COLUMBIA STUDIO RECORDINGS by
  Miles Davis and Gil Evans, and contains MILES AHEAD (1957), PORGY AND BESS
  (1958), SKETCHES OF SPAIN (1960), QUIET NIGHTS (1962), THE MAKING OF MILES 
  AHEAD (1996), and ALTERNATE AND REHEARSAL TAKES (1996).
  Note: the Columbia/Legacy CD/SACD reissues contain one extra track ("The
  Time Of The Barracudas").

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015 - BIG BAND AND QUARTET IN CONCERT: Thelonious Monk

    1/ I Mean You                               (Monk, Hawkins)         12:42
    2/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                  12:38
    3/ Darkness On The Delta                    (Neiburg, Symes, 
                                                Livingstone)             5:03
    4/ Oska T.                                  (Monk)                   9:00
    5/ Played Twice                             (Monk)                   6:24
    6/ Four In One                              (Monk)                  11:03
    7/ Epistrophy                               (Monk, Clark)            2:00

    Recorded at the Philharmonic Hall, New York City on December 30, 1963
    Produced by Teo Macero

  Thad Jones: cornet; Nick Travis: trumpet; Eddie Bert: trombone; Phil Woods:
  alto; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse: tenor; Gene Allen: baritone saxo-
  phone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Thelonious Monk: piano; Butch Warren: bass;
  Frankie Dunlop: drums; Hall Overton: arranger, conductor.

    1964 - Columbia (USA), CL 2164 (LP)
    1964 - Columbia (USA), CS 8964 (LP)
    ???? - CBS, 62248 (LP)
    ???? - CBS, 88034 (LP)
    ???? - CBS, 85814 (LP)
    1994 - Columbia (France), 476898-2 (2xCD)
    1994 - Columbia/Legacy (USA), C2K 57636 (2xCD)

  Note: (3) is a piano solo; (5) is a quartet with Monk, Rouse, Warren, and
  Dunlop.
  Note: the 2xCD contains the whole concert:

    1/ Bye-Ya (prev. unreleased)                                        11:23
    2/ I Mean You                                                       12:51
    3/ Evidence                                                         13:55
    4/ Epistrophy                                                        2:06
    5/ Darkness On The Delta                                             5:16
    6/ Played Twice                                                      7:48
    7/ Misterioso (prev. unreleased)                                     9:43
    8/ Epistrophy                                                        1:17 
    9/ Light Blue (prev. unreleased)                                    12:54
    10/ Oska T.                                                         13:19
    11/ Four In One                                                     14:43
    12/ Epistrophy                                                       2:23

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016 - THE INDIVIDUALISM OF GIL EVANS: Gil Evans

    1/ The Barbara Song                         (K. Weil, B. Brecht)     9:55
    2/ Las Vegas Tango                          (Evans)                  6:13
    3/                                                                  12:25
      3a/ Flute Song                            (Evans)                  
      3b/ Hotel Me                              (M. Davis, Evans)    
    4/ El Toreador                              (Evans)                  3:30

    (1) recorded at Van Gelder's Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. on
    July 9, 1964
    (2,3a,3b) recorded at Webster Hall, New York City on April 6, 1964
    (4) recorded at A & R Studios, New York City in September 1963
    Produced by Creed Taylor

  Gil Evans: piano, arranger, conductor; Frank Rehak (1): trombone; Ray Alonge 
  (1,2,3b): French horn; Julius Watkins (1,3a): French horn; Bill Barber (1,2,
  3b): tuba; Wayne Shorter (1): reeds; Al Block (1,3a): reeds; Andy Fitzgerald 
  (1): reeds; Geroge Marge (1): reeds; Bob Tricarico (1,2,3a,3b,4): reeds; Bob 
  Maxwell (1): harp; Gary Peacock (1): bass; Elvin Jones (1,2,3a,3b): drums; 
  Johnny Coles (2,3b,4): trumpet; Bernie Glow (2,3b): trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland 
  (2,3a,3b,4): trombone; Tony Studd (2,3b,4): trombone; Garvin Bushell (2,3b): 
  reeds; Eric Dolphy (2,3a,3b,4): reeds; Steve Lacy (2,3a,3b,4): soprano; 
  Kenny Burrell (2,3b): guitar; Ron Carter (2,3b): bass; Paul Chambers (2,3a,
  3b,4): bass; Gil Cohen (3a): French horn; Don Corado (3a): French horn; 
  Margaret Ross (3a): harp; Barry Galbraith (3a): guitar; Richard Davis (3a,
  4): bass; Ben Tucker (3a): bass; Ernie Royal (4): trumpet; Louis Mucci (4): 
  trumpet; Jimmy Buffington (4): French horn; Bob Northern (4): French horn;
  Jerome Richardson (4): reeds; Milt Hinton (4): bass; Osie Johnson (4): 
  drums.

    1964 - Verve, V-8555 and V6-8555 (LP)
    1964 - Verve, MGV S6-8555 (LP)
    ???? - Verve, 2683 045 (LP)
    1974 - Verve (UK), 2352 045 (2xLP)
    ???? - Verve (Japan), MV 2054 (LP)
    1988 - Verve, 833 804-2 (CD)
    ???? - Verve (Japan), POCJ-9110 (CD)
    ???? - Verve (Japan), POCJ-9210 (CD)
    2003 (?) - Verve/Universal (Japan), UCCU-5146 (CD)

  Note: the 2xLP from 1974 also includes GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA FEATURING KENNY
  BURRELL AND PHIL WOODS (1973).
  Note: the CD edition POCJ-9110 has 5 extra tracks.

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017 - HELLO LOUIS! (BOBBY HACKETT PLAYS THE MUSIC OF LOUIS ARMSTRONG): Bobby
  Hackett

    1/ Don't Forget To Mess Around					 3:07
    2/ Lazy'Sippi Steamer Going Home					 3:07
    3/ Brother Bill							 2:25
    4/ Butter And Egg Bossa Nova					 2:40
    5/ If We Never Meet Again						 2:27
    6/ Gatemouth Blues							 2:48
    7/ Someday You Will Be Sorry					 2:20
    8/ Where Were You Last Night					 2:07
    9/ Wild Man Blues							 3:31
    10/ Swing That Music						 1:54
    11/ Hear Me Talkin' To Ya						 3:20
    12/ Satchelmouth Swing						 2:24

    Recorded in New York City on April 28 & 29 and May 1, 1964

  Bobby Hackett: trumpet; Sonny Russo: trombone; Harvey Phillips: tuba; Steve
  Lacy: soprano; Roger Kellaway: piano; Al Chernet: banjo; Sonny Benford: 
  drums; Marshall Brown: arranger.

    ???? - Epic, LN 24099 - BN 26099 (LP)
     
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018 - GUITAR FORMS: Kenny Burrell

    2/ Lotus Land                               (Cyril Scott)            9:30
    5/ Moon And Sand                            (Engvick, Wilder, Palitz)4:05
    6/ Loie                                     (K. Burrell)             3:08
    7/ Greensleeves                             (traditional)            3:50
    8/ Last Night When We Where Young           (Arlen, Harburg)         4:25

    Recorded in Englewood Cliffs on December 4 and 15, 1964

  Kenny Burrell: guitar; Gil Evans: arranger, conductor; Johnny Coles: trum-
  pet; Louis Mucci: trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland: trombone; Jimmy Knepper: trom-
  bone; Andrew Fitzgerald: flute, English horn; Ray Beckenstein: alto flute, 
  bass flute, bass clarinet; George Marge: English horn, flute; Richie Kamuka: 
  tenor, oboe; Bob Tricarico: tenor, flute, bassoon; Ray Allonge: French horn;
  Julius Watkins: French horn; Bill Barber: tuba; Lee Konitz: alto; Steve 
  Lacy: soprano; Ron Carter: bass; Charles Persip: drums; Elvin Jones: drums.

    1965 - Verve, V 8612 (LP)
    1965 - Verve, V6-8612 (LP)
    ???? - Verve (UK), VLP 9099 (LP)
    ???? - Verve Jazz 12 (LP)
    ???? - Verve (Japan), MV 2070 (LP)
    ???? - Verve, 2354 158 (LP)
    ???? - Metro, 2356 101 (LP)
    1997 - Verve (USA), 314 521 403-2 (CD)

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019 - COMMUNICATION: Jazz Composer's Orchestra

    1/ Roast                                    (Carla Bley)            11:53
    2/ Day (Communications No. 4)               (Mike Mantler)           2:32
    3/ Communications No. 5                     (Mike Mantler)          24:26

    (1) recorded at the Judson Hall, New York City on December 29, 1964
    (2,3) recorded at the Contemporary Center, New York City on April 10, 1965

  Paul Bley: piano; Eddie Gomez (1): bass; Milford Graves (1): drums; Steve
  Lacy: soprano; Jimmy Lyons: alto; John Tchicai (1): alto; Mike Mantler:
  trumpet; Fred Pirtle: baritone saxophone; Roswell Rudd: trombone; Willie
  Ruff (1): French horn; Archie Shepp (1): tenor; Kent Carter (2,3): bass;
  Steve Swallow (2,3): bass; Barry Altschul (2,3): drums; Bob Carducci (2,3):
  tenor; Robin Kenyatta (2,3): alto; Ken McIntyre (2,3): alto; Ray Codrington
  (2,3): trumpet.

    1965 (?) - Fontana (Netherlands), 881 011 ZY (LP)
    1965 (?) - Fontana (Netherlands), 681 011 ZY (LP)
    ???? - Sony/CBS (Japan), SFON 7076 (LP)
    1998(1999?) - Nippon Phonogram Co. (Japan), 195J-23 (LP)
    ???? - Nippon Phonogram Co. (Japan), PHCE-1005 (CD)
    ???? - ??? ("EEC"), ??? (CD-R)

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

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020 - DISPOSABILITY: Steve Lacy

    1/ Shuffle Boil                             (Thelonious Monk)        5:17
    2/ Barble                                   (Lacy)                   3:25
    3/ Chary                                    (Lacy)                   2:51
    4/ Tune 2                                   (Cecil Taylor)           8:26
    5/ Pannonica                                (Thelonious Monk)        3:30
    6/ M's Transport                            (Lacy)                   4:05
    7/ Comin'on The Hudson                      (Thelonious Monk)        3:30
    8/ There We Were                            (Lacy)                   3:02
    9/ Generous 1                               (Carla Bley)             3:40

    Recorded in Rome, Italy on December 21 and 22, 1965

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Aldo Romano: drums; Kent Carter: bass.

    1966 - Vik/RCA (Italy), KLVP 200 (LP)
    1983 - Vik/RCA (Italy), KLVP 200 (LP)
    1997 - Vik, KCD-002 (CD)
    2010 - Free Factory/Disconforme (Spain), FF 067 (CD)

  Note: the 1983 reissue has exactly the same catalogue number that the
  original pressing.
  Note: the 2010 reissue is called SORTIE+DISPOSABILITY and also contains
  SORTIE (1966).
  Note: there is an unissued 10" test pressing of the trio with three tracks:

    1/ QKAW 0525                                (Lacy)
    2/ QKAW 0526                                (Lacy)
    3/ QKAW 0527/Generous One                   (Carla Bley)

  It was released on Italian RCA, and recorded in Rome on January 25, 1966 
  (collector evaluated to... $2000!).

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021 - JAZZ REALITIES

    1/ Doctor                                   (Carla Bley)             7:45
    2/ Oni Puladi                               (Carla Bley)             5:25
    3/ J.S.                                     (Mantler, Bley)          3:35
    4/ Walking Batterie Woman                   (Bley, Mantler)          6:18
    5/ Closer                                   (Carla Bley)             5:30
    6/ Communication No 7                       (Mike Mantler)           9:34

    Recorded in Baarn, Holland on January 11, 1966

  Mike Mantler: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Carla Bley: piano; Kent Carter:
  bass; Aldo Romano: drums.

    1966 - Fontana (Netherlands), 881 010 ZY (LP)
    1998 (1999?) - Fontana/Nippon Phonogram Co. (Japan), 195J-22 (LP)
    1998 (1999?) - Fontana/Nippon Phonogram Co. (Japan), PHCE-1004 (CD)
    ???? - ??? ("EEC"), ??? (CD-R)

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

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022 - NUOVI SENTIMENTI/NEW FEELINGS: Giorgio Gaslini

    1/ Recitativo E Aria                        (Gaslini)                9:47
    2/ Marcia Dell'Uomo                         (Gaslini)                7:28
    3/ Nuovi Sentimenti                         (Gaslini)               11:07
    4/ Rotazzioni                               (Gaslini)                8:12

    Recorded at Studio della Basilica, Milan (Italy) on February 4, 1966

  Giorgio Gaslini: piano, conductor; Don Cherry: trumpet; Enrico Rava: trum-
  pet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Gianni Bedori: alto, flute; Gato Barbieri: tenor;
  Kent Carter: bass; Jean-François Jenny-Clark: bass; Aldo Romano: drums;
  Franco Tonani: drums.

    1966 - La Voce Del Padrone (Italy), QELP 8154 (LP)
    1974 - EMI, 3 C064-180 036 (LP)
    2003 - Soul Note (Italy), 121352/3 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2003 reissue is called L'INTEGRALE - NO3 (1964-65), NO4 (1966-68)
  and contains extra material (but without Steve Lacy).

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023 - SORTIE: Steve Lacy

    1/ Sortie                                   (Lacy)                  12:00
    2/ Black Elk                                (Lacy)                  10:00
    3/ Helmy                                    (Lacy)                   2:20
    4/ Fork New York                            (Lacy)                  14:00
    5/ Living T. Blues                          (Lacy)                   3:40
    6/ 2-Fou                                    (Lacy)                   0:03

    Recorded in Milan, Italy on February 7, 1966

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Enrico Rava (1,2,4-6): trumpet; Kent Carter: bass; Aldo 
  Romano: drums.

    1966 - GTA Records (Italy), GT LP 1002 (LP)
    1966 - Polydor (Germany), 623 223 (LP)
    1967 (?) - Globe (Japan), SMJ-7429 (LP)
    2010 - Free Factory/Disconforme (Spain), FF 067 (CD)
 
  Note: (6) is missing on the Polydor pressing.
  Note: (6) is missing on the Globe pressing; it seems that in order to reach 
  the correct track number, (4) was cut in two with the second part named 
  "Living T. Blues", and "Living T. Blues" ended up with the title "2-Fou". 
  Note: the 2010 reissue is called SORTIE+DISPOSABILITY and also contains 
  DISPOSABILITY (1965). This reissue has succeeded in making even more mista-
  kes than the Globe reissue. Here is an attempt at listing some of them:

	1/ "Black Elk" is cut by one minute and a half (should last 10:00) 
        2/ "Helmy" is the end of "Black Elk" (the 1:36 which were cut)
        3/ "Fork New York" is "Helmy"
        4/ "Living T. Blues" is "Fork New York"
        5/ "2-Fou" is "Living T. Blues"
	6/ "2-Fou" (the 3-second track) is missing (as usual) 
        7/ a few seconds are missing here and there

  Although, we have to admit that the total duration of the CD is 77 minutes &
  22 seconds. So the excessive editing can be forgiven by the challenge of
  trying to put both LPs on only one CD.
 
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024 - ESP SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features Pearls Before Swine, Pharoah Sanders, Noah Howard, 
  Milford Graves, Albert Ayler, Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Andrei 
  Voznesensky, Henry Grimes, Burton Greene, Sunny Murray, Bob James, Marion 
  Brown, Patty Waters, New York Art Quartet, The Fugs, Frank Wright, Sun Ra,
  Ornette Coleman, Alan Sondheim, Giuseppi Logan, William Burroughs, The Fugs,
  Bud Powell, Randy Burns, Gato Barbieri, James Zitro, Burton Greene, Byron 
  Allen, The Godz, Original Cast, Gunter Hampel, Ishmael Reed, Sonny Simmons,
  The Godz, Steve Lacy, Allen Ginsberg, Karl Berger, Paul Bley, Charles Tyler,
  
    34/ excerpt from "The Forest and the Zoo"

    ???? - ESP-Disk, 1051 (LP)

  See THE FOREST AND THE ZOO (1967) for further reference.

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025 - THE FOREST AND THE ZOO: Steve Lacy

    1/ Forest                                                           20:07
    2/ Zoo                                                              20:07

    Recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina on October 8, 1966

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Enrico Rava: trumpet; Johnny Dyani: bass; Louis Moholo:
  drums.

    1967 - ESP (USA), 1060 (LP)
    ???? - Fontana (Europe), SFJL 932 (LP)
    ???? - Keynote (Japan), BT 5052 (LP)
    1992 - ZYX/ESP, 1060-1 (LP)
    1992 - ZYX/ESP, 1060-2 (CD)
    2002 - Abraxas/ESP-Disk (Italy), ESP 1060 (CD)
    2002 - Get Back (Italy), GET 1060 (LP)
    2008 - ESP (USA), 1060 (CD)

  Note: when the ESP/Calibre Dutch label went out of business (around 2001), 
  the CD reissue series was taken over by Abraxas from Italy.

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026 - A GENUINE TONG FUNERAL: Gary Burton, Carla Bley

    1-4/                                        (Bley)			 6:38
      1/ The Opening                              
      2/ Interlude: Shovels                       
      3/ The Survivors                            
      4/ Grave Train                              
    5/ Death Rolls                              (Bley)			 1:34
    6/ Morning (part 1)                         (Bley)			 1:42
    7-8/                                        (Bley)			 4:28
      7/ Interlude: Lament                        
      8/ Intermission Music                      
    9/ Silent Spring                            (Bley)			 8:00
    10-11/                                      (Bley)			 2:51
      10/ Fanfare                                 
      11/ Mother Of The Dead Man                  
    12/ Some Dirge                              (Bley)			 7:49
    13/ Morning (part 2)                        (Bley)			 1:18
    14/ The New Funeral March                   (Bley)			 2:40
    15-16/					(Bley)			 6:35
      15/ The New National Anthem                 
      16/ The Survivors                           

    Recorded in New York City on November 20, 1967

  Gary Burton: vibraphone; Larry Coryell: guitar; Steve Swallow: bass; Bob
  Moses: drums; Steve Lacy: soprano; Mike Mantler: trumpet; Gato Barbieri:
  tenor; Jimmy Knepper: trombone; Howard Johnson: tuba, baritone saxophone;
  Carla Bley: arranger, composer, piano, organ.

    1967 - RCA (USA), LSP-3988 (LP)
    1967 - RCA (USA), SF 8015 (LP)
    ???? - RCA (Japan), 6204 (LP)
    1968 - RCA Victor (France), RCA-Masters PL 42766 (LP)
    1994 - RCA (Japan), BVCJ-7330 (CD)
    1994 - BMG (France), BM 720 74321192552 (CD)
    1995 - BMG (Germany), 874793 (CD)
    1996 - RCA (Germany), 21192552 (CD)
    1997 - One Way Records (USA), OW 34510 (CD)
    1999 - RCA Victor (USA), 07863 66748-2 (CD)
    2002 - BMG/RCA (Japan), BVCJ-37278 (CD)
    2006 - BGO Records (UK), BGOCD723 (2xCD)

  Note: the 1999 RCA Victor reissue includes additional tracks from LOFTY FAKE
  ANAGRAM (1968).
  Note: the 2006 2xCD reissue on BGO includes LOFTY FAKE ANAGRAM (1968).

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027 - THE JAZZ COMPOSER'S ORCHESTRA: Michael Mantler

    1/ Communication No 8                       (Mantler)               13:52

    Recorded in New York City on January 24, 1968

  Mike Mantler: arranger, composer, conductor; Don Cherry: cornet; Gato 
  Barbieri: tenor; Steve Lacy: soprano; Al Gibbons: soprano; Gene Hull: alto; 
  Bob Donovan: alto; Lew Tabackin: tenor; George Barrow: tenor; Charles Davis:
  baritone saxophone; Lloyd Michels: flugelhorn; Randy Brecker: flugelhorn;
  Bob Northern: French horn; Julius Watkins: French horn; Jimmy Knepper: trom-
  bone; Jack Jeffers: bass trombone; Howard Johnson: tuba; Carla Bley: piano;
  Kent Carter: bass; Ron Carter: bass; Richard Davis: bass; Charlie Haden:
  bass; Reggie Workman: bass; Andrew Cyrille: drums.

    1968 - JCOA, 1001/2 (2xLP)
    ???? - JCOA, 89002 XBT (2xLP)
    ???? - Virgin, 840 048 (2xLP)
    1974 - JCOA Records Virgin (UK), JD 3001 (2xLP)
    ???? - JCOA, (1001/2) 841 124-2 (CD)

  Note: this record is also called COMMUNICATIONS: Jazz Composer's Orchestra.

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028 - GRIDO: Giorgio Gaslini

    1/ Invention                                                         5:50
    2/ Il Fiume Furore                                                   8:42
    3/ All Origine                                                       6:00
    4/ Canto Per I Martini Negri                                         9:45
    5/ Grido                                                            11:30
    6/ La Stagione Incantata                                         unissued

    Recorded live in Teatro Lirico, Milan on May 28, 1968

  Giorgio Gaslini: piano, conductor; Sergio Fanni: trumpet; Emilio Soana: 
  trumpet; Dino Piana: trombone; Gian Carlo Romani: trombone; Steve Lacy (5,
  6): soprano; Gianni Bedori: alto; Glauco Masetti: alto; Eraldo Volonte: 
  tenor; Sergio Rigon: baritone saxophone; Carlo Milano: bass; Bruno Crovetto:
  bass; Gianni Cazzola: drums.

    1968 - Durium, MSA 77199 (LP)
    1983 (?) - Cicala, BLJ 7131 (LP)

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029 - MOON: Steve Lacy

    1/ Hit                                      (Lacy)                   4:58
    2/ Note                                     (Lacy)                   4:27
    3/ Moon                                     (Lacy)                   7:30
    4/ Laugh                                    (Lacy)                   3:47
    5/ The Breath                               (Lacy)                   8:07

    Recorded in Rome, Italy in September 1969

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Italo Toni: trombone; Claudio Volonte: clarinet; Irène
  Aebi: cello; Marcello Melis: bass; Jacques Thollot: drums.

    1969 - BYG Records (France), 529.352/Actuel 52 (LP)
    ???? - Toho/BYG (Japan), 6056 (LP)
    1979 - Affinity, AFF 23 (LP)
    2002 - Get Back (Italy), GET 352 (LP)
    2003 - Sunspots (Italy), SPOT 529 (CD)

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030 - EPISTROPHY: Steve Lacy

    1/ Thelonious                               (Thelonious Monk)        7:00
    2/ Ruby My Dear                             (Thelonious Monk)        4:20
    3/ Light Blue                               (Thelonious Monk)        6:00
    4/ Epistrophy                               (Thelonious Monk)        2:14
    5/ Epistrophy (cont.)                       (Thelonious Monk)        7:50
    6/ Misterioso                               (Thelonious Monk)        4:50
    7/ Friday The Thirteenth                    (Thelonious Monk)        5:37

    Recorded in Paris on September 23, 1969

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Michel Graillier (1,3,6,7): piano; Jean-François 
  Jenny-Clark: bass; Aldo Romano: drums.

    1969 - BYG Records (France), 529.126 (LP)
    ???? - Toho/BYG (Japan), YX 2015 - 6071 (LP)
    1979 - Affinity, AFF 43 (LP)
    1979 - Affinity (Spain), L6362 (LP)
    2003 - Get Back (Italy), GET 2023 (LP)
    2004 - Fuel 2000 (USA), 302 061 380 2 (CD)

  Note: the Affinity and Fuel 2000 pressings are called STEVE LACY PLAYS MONK.

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031 - INDEFINITIVE ATMOSPHERE: Giovanni Tommaso

    4/ Circle                                   (Tommaso)                1:57
    9/ Jazz Gallery                             (Tommaso)                3:08
    11/ Steve                                   (Tommaso)                1:55

    Recorded in Rome, Italy in February 1969

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Franco D'Andrea: electric piano; Silvano Chimenti: 
  electric guitar; Giovanni Tommaso: bass; Pierino Munari: drums; string 
  section (violin, viola, cello) on (4).

     ???? - SR SP 126 (LP)

  Note: this record was only released as promotional copy.

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032 - THE HEALTHY FOOD BAND: Giovanni Tommaso

    1/ Appetizer                                (Tommaso)
    2/ Mixed Salad                              (Tommaso)
    3/ The Band Burger - Part 1                 (Tommaso)
    4/ Hungry                                   (Tommaso)
    5/ The Band Burger - Part 2                 (Tommaso)
    6/ Easy Nourishment                         (Tommaso)
    7/ Country Food                             (Tommaso)                3:25
    8/ Cooked Blues                             (Tommaso)
    9/ Hors-D'Oeuvre                            (Tommaso)
    10/ Italian Pears - Part 1                  (Tommaso)
    11/ Classical Sauce                         (Tommaso)
    12/ Cannelloni                              (Tommaso)
    13/ Italian Pears - Part 2                  (Tommaso)
    14/ Five Pop Four Pudding                   (Tommaso)
    15/ Just The End - Plus The End             (Tommaso)                4:44

    Recorded in Rome, Italy in 1970

  Alvise Verzella: trumpet; Cicci Santucci: trumpet; Al Korvin: trumpet, flu-
  gelhorn; Dino Piana: trombone; Gastone Chiarini: oboe, English horn; Steve
  Lacy: soprano; Quarto Maltoni: alto, flute; Livio Cervellieri: tenor; Gato
  Barbieri: tenor; Dino Asciolla: viola; Antonello Vannuchi: organ; Franco
  D'Andrea: piano; Maurizio De Angelis: guitar; Silvano Chimenti: guitar;
  Giovanni Tommaso: bass, conductor, arranger; Vincenzo Restuccia: drums; Gege
  Munari: drums; Angelo Zappula: percussion.

    1971 - RCA (Italy), Kols 1015 (LP)

  Note: Steve Lacy plays only on tracks (7,15).
  Note: this record was only released as promotional copy; this was music for
  a musical show.

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*** - STATIONS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Stations                                 (Lacy)
    2/ Precipitation Suite                      (Lacy)
    3/ Bete                                     (Lacy)
    4/ The Gap                                  (Lacy)
    5/ Mouthfuls                                (Lacy)                   0:02

    Recorded in Paris in August 1970

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Kenneth Terroade: tenor; Irène Aebi: cello; Bob Reid:
  bass; Earl Freeman (3): bass; Don Moye: drums.

    ???? - La Compagnie, 1007 (LP)

  Note: this record was never released (Steve Lacy).

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033 - NEW YORK CITY R & B: Cecil Taylor, Buell Neidlinger

    1/ Things Ain't What They Used To Be        (Ellington)             10:04
    2/ Jumpin' Punkins                          (Ellington)              

    Recorded in New York City on January 10, 1961
    Produced by Nat Hentoff

  Cecil Taylor: piano; Archie Shepp: tenor; Buell Neidlinger: bass; Billy
  Higgins: drums; Clark Terry: trumpet; Roswell Rudd: trombone; Steve Lacy:
  soprano; Charles Davis: baritone saxophone.

    1971 - Barnaby (USA), KZ 31035 (LP)
    1972 - CBS/Barnaby (USA), S 64723 (LP)
    1972 - CBS (Netherlands), S 64723 (LP)
    ???? - Candid (Japan), SMJ 6205 (LP)
    ???? - Sony/CBS (Japan), SFON 01107 (LP)
    1981 - Jazz Man Records (USA), JAZ 5032 (LP)
    1986 - Candid, CS 9017 (LP)
    1989 - Candid, CCD 79017 (CD)
    ???? - Candid/Teichiku (Japan), TECW-20595 (CD)
    2004 - Candid (UK), CCD 79017 (CD)

  Note: (2) is available on the Japanese pressings only.
  Note: it is likely that extra tracks are available on the CD.
  Note: this music is also on THE COMPLETE CANDID RECORDINGS OF CECIL TAYLOR
  AND BUELL NEIDLINGER (1989).

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034 - WORDLESS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Existence                                (Lacy)                   5:55
    2/ The Way                                  (Lacy)                   3:35
    3/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   7:30
    4/ Name                                     (Lacy)                   8:30
    5/ The Breath                               (Lacy)                   9:00
    6/ Prologue A Life On Its Way               (Lacy)                   5:30

    Recorded live at Théâtre de l'Epée de Bois, Paris on January 4, 1971
    Produced by Gérard Terronès

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Ambrose Jackson: trumpet; Irène Aebi: cello; Kent 
  Carter: bass; Jerome Cooper: drums.

    1971 - Futura Records (France), GER 22 (LP)
    1977 (1978?) - Musica Records (France), MUS 2006 (LP)
    2009 - Futura Records (France), Ger 22 (CD)

  Note: for the CD reissue, Futura had initially planned to add an unreleased
  bonus track (a duo with Anthony Braxton recorded the same day); when the CD
  reissue was finally released (in 2009), it was with the exact same content
  as the LP pressings.

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035 - JOURNEY WITHOUT END: Mal Waldron, Steve Lacy

    1/ The Fire Now                             (Waldron)                9:05
    2/ Journey Without End                      (Waldron)               12:30
    3/ I Feel A Draft                           (Lacy)                   7:54
    4/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   6:50
    5/ Mar                                      (Lacy)                   9:15

    Recorded at Studios Europa Sonor, Paris on November 30, 1971

  Mal Waldron: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Kent Carter: bass; Noel McGuee:
  drums.

    1971 - Victor (Japan), SMJX-10134 (LP), SMJ-6239 (LP), BER-6001 (LP)
    ???? - JVC (Japan), 101 J4 (LP)

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036 - ROBA: Steve Lacy Gang

    1/ Roba (parts 1 & 2)                                               41:23

    Recorded at the Galerie L'Attico, Rome (Italy) on June 15, 1969

  Steve Lacy: soprano, sopranino; Enrico Rava: trumpet; Claudio Volonte: cla-
  rinet; Italo Toni: trombone; Irène Aebi: cello; Carlo Colnaghi: drums.

    1972 - Saravah (France), SH 10 026 (LP)
    1997 - Saravah (France), SHL 2082 (3xCD)

  Note: the 3xCD set is called SCRATCHING THE SEVENTIES/DREAMS; it contains 
  the five LPs issued on Saravah in the '70s: LAPIS, SCRAPS, DREAMS, ROBA, and
  THE OWL.

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037 - LAPIS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Three Pieces From Tao: Existence, The Way, Life On Its Way
                                                (Lacy)
    2/ The Highway                              (Lacy)
    3/ The Cryptosphere                         (Lacy)
    4/ Lapis                                    (Lacy)
    5/ The Precipitation Suite: A Draft, Cloudy, Rain
                                                (Lacy)
    6/ Paris Rip-Off                            (Lacy)

    Recorded at Studio Saravah, Paris on September 9 and 10, 1971

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1972 - Saravah (France), 10 031 (LP)
    1975 - Saravah/Nippon Columbia (Japan), YQ-7014-SH (LP) 
    1997 - Saravah (France), SHL 2082 (3xCD)

  Note: the 3xCD set is called SCRATCHING THE SEVENTIES/DREAMS; it contains
  the five LPs issued on Saravah in the '70s: LAPIS, SCRAPS, DREAMS, ROBA, and
  THE OWL.

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038 - SEASONS: Alan Silva and the Celestial Communication Orchestra

    1/ Seasons - 6 parts

    Recorded at the ORTF, Paris on December 29, 1970

  Alan Silva: conductor, bass, electric violin, electric sarangi, "arc", 
  spring; Bernard Vitet: trumpet, French horn; Lester Bowie: trumpet, flugel-
  horn; Alan Shorter: trumpet; Joseph Jarman: saxes, flute, bassoon; Steve 
  Lacy: soprano; Ronnie Beer: tenor, soprano, flute; Roscoe Mitchell: saxes,
  flute, oboe; Robin Kenyatta: alto, flute; Michel Portal: alto, clarinet;
  Dieter Gewissler: electric violin; Jouk Minor: electric viola; Kent Carter:
  bass; Irène Aebi: cello, celesta; Dave Burrell: piano; Joachim Kühn: piano;
  Bobby Few: piano; Malachi Favors: bass; Beb Guérin: bass; Don Moye: drums,
  percussion; Jerome Cooper: drums, percussion, bronte; Oliver Johnson: per-
  cussion.

    1972 - BYG Records (France), 529 342/43/44 (3xLP)
    2001 - Get Back (Italy), BYG 342-344 (3xLP)
    2002 - Sunspots (Italy), SPOT 505 (2xCD)

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039 - ESTILHACOS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Introduction by José Duarte                                       1:07
    2/ Stations                                 (Lacy)                   6:00
    3/ Chips, Moon, Dreams                      (Lacy)                  12:42
    4/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                   8:29
    5/ The Highway                              (Lacy)                  10:32

    Recorded live at Cinema Monumental, Lisbon (Portugal) on February 29, 1972
    Produced by Manuel Jorge Veloso

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto; Irène Aebi: cello, radio transistor,
  harmonica; Kent Carter: bass; Noel McGuee: drums, percussion.

    1972 (?) - Sassetti-Guilda-da-Musica (Portugal), 11403001 (LP)
    1996 - Strauss (Portugal), ST1087 (CD)

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040 - THE GAP: Steve Lacy Quintet

    1/ The Gap                                  (Lacy)                   7:40
    2/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                   5:32
    3/ La Motte-Picquet                         (Lacy)                   3:50
    4/ The Thing                                (Lacy)                  19:00
    5/ La Motte-Picquet (alternate take)        (Lacy)                   3:43

    Recorded at Studio Decca, Paris in May 1972
    Produced by Pierre Berjot

  Steve Lacy: soprano, vocals on (3); Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi:
  cello; Kent Carter: bass; Noel McGuee: drums.

    1972 - America (France), 30 AM 6125 (LP)
    ???? - Nippon-Columbia (Japan), YQ-7010-MU (LP)
    2004 - Free America/Universal (France), 067 861-2 (CD)

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

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041 - MAL WALDRON WITH THE STEVE LACY QUINTET

    1/ Vio                                      (Waldron)               20:00
    2/ Jump For Victor                          (Lacy)                   9:00
    3/ Blue Wee                                 (Lacy)                  13:00
    4/ Vio (alternate take)                     (Waldron)               12:28
    5/ Jump For Victor (alternate take)         (Lacy)                   8:51

    Recorded at Studio Decca, Paris in May 1972
    Produced by Pierre Berjot

  Mal Waldron: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto; Irène Aebi: 
  cello; Kent Carter: bass; Noel McGuee: drums, percussion.

    1972 - America (France), 30 AM 6124 (LP)
    2004 - Free America/Universal (France), 067 862-2 (CD)

  Note: (4,5) are only available on the CD reissue.

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042 - GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA FEATURING KENNY BURRELL AND PHIL WOODS

    1/ Blues In Orbit (Cherryl)                 (Evans)                  7:40
    2/ Spoonful                                 (Willie Dixon)           9:37
    3/ Concorde                                 (John Lewis)             8:45
    4/ Isabel                                   (Evans)                  6:07
    5/ Barracuda                                (Evans)                  7:24

    Recorded in New York City, probably in 1963/1964
    Produced by Creed Taylor

  Gil Evans: piano, arranger, conductor; Johnny Coles: trumpet; Louis Mucci: 
  trumpet; Bernie Glow: trumpet; Thad Jones: trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland: trom-
  bone; Jimmy Knepper: trombone; Tony Studd: trombone; Ray Allonge: French 
  horn; Julius Watkins: French horn; Bill Barber: tuba; Steve Lacy: soprano; 
  Phil Woods: alto; Wayne Shorter: tenor; Andrew Fitzgerald: reeds; George 
  Marge: reeds; Bob Tricarico: reeds; Henry Lokofsky: violin; Kenny Burrell: 
  guitar; Barry Galbraith: guitar; Paul Chambers: bass; Richard David: bass; 
  Gary Peacock: bass; Ron Carter: bass; Milt Hinton: bass; Bob Cranshaw: bass;
  Charlie Persip: drums; Elvin Jones: drums.

    1973 - Verve (USA), V6-8838 (LP)
    1974 - Verve (UK), 2352 045 (2xLP)
    ???? - Verve, 2304 190 (LP)
    ???? - Verve (Japan), MV 2093 (LP)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on (5).
  Note: the 2xLP from 1974 also includes THE INDIVIDUALISM OF GIL EVANS 
  (1964).

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043 - CONCERT SOLO: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Breath                               (Lacy)                   5:35
    2/ Stations                                 (Lacy)                   5:55
    3/ Cloudy                                   (Lacy)                   3:10
    4/ The New Duck                             (Lacy)                   5:40
    5/ Josephine                                (Lacy)                   5:40
    6/ Weal                                     (Lacy)                   4:05
    7/ Name                                     (Lacy)                   5:00
    8/ The Wool                                 (Lacy)                   5:50

    Recorded at the Théâtre Du Chêne Noir, Avignon (France) on August 7 and 8
    1972

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1974 - Emanem (UK), 301 (LP)
    1975 - Emanem (UK), 301 (LP)
    1977 - Denon Jazz/Nippon Columbia (Japan), YX-7552-AX (LP)
    1995 - Emanem (UK), 4004 (CD)
    2002 - Emanem (UK), 4004 (CD)

  Note: there are two pressings of the Emanem LP; the one from 1974 has the 
  liner notes typesetted, the second one (1975) typewritten (the sound quality
  on the first pressing is very poor, according to Martin Davidson).
  Note: the CD reissues are called WEAL & WOE, and also include THE WOE 
  (1979).

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044 - FABBRICA OCCUPATA: Giorgio Gaslini

    1/ Fabbrica Occupata (1a parte)             (Gaslini)               18:45
    2/ Fabbrica Occupata (2a parte)             (Gaslini)                5:55
    3/ The Woman I Love                         (Gaslini)                7:28

    Recorded in Milan, Italy on October 27-28 and December 13-14, 1973

  Giorgio Gaslini: piano; Jean-Luc Ponty: violin; Harry Beckett: trumpet;
  Gianni Bedori: tenor, flute; Steve Lacy: soprano; Paul Rutherford: trombone;
  Bruno Tommaso: bass; Tony Oxley: drums.

    1974 - Produttoriassociati (Italy), PA/LP 51 (LP)
    ???? - Prod. Associati, PA 64 (LP)
    ???? - Prod. Associati, PA 6.22664 (LP)
    1976 - PA USA/Pausa Records, PR-7014 (LP)

  Note: the edition PA 64 (and PA 6.22664?) has the following track listing:

    1/ Sit-In At The Factory                    (Gaslini)
    2/ The Woman I Love                         (Gaslini)

  Note: the edition PR-7014 is called GIORGIO GASLINI MEETS, and restores the
  original track names.

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045 - FLAPS: Franz Koglmann with Steve Lacy

    1/ Flaps                                    (Lacy)                   6:15
    2/ Misera Plebs, Take 1                     (Malli)                  3:28
    3/ Misera Plebs, Take 2                     (Malli)                  2:43
    4/ Bowery 1                                 (Koglmann)               5:38
    5/ Steirish WC Nr. 2                        (Michlmayr)              4:12
    6/ Flops (to Charles Chaplin)               (Lacy)                   5:07
    7/ Bowery 2                                 (Koglmann)               5:00
    8/ Homage To An Old Raincoat                (Koglmann)               4:52

    Recorded at Mueller Sound Studio, Vienna on April 26, 1973

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Franz Koglmann: trumpet, flugelhorn; Toni Michlmayr:
  bass; Muhammad Malli: percussions; Gerd Geier: electronics.

    1973 (?) - Pipe Records (Austria), PR 151 (LP)
    2001 - Between the Lines (Germany), btl011/EFA 10181-2 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue contains some tracks from FLAPS (1973) and all of
  OPIUM (1976).

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046 - SCHOOL DAYS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Bye-Ya                                   (Monk)                   9:00
    2/ Brilliant Corners                        (Monk)                   9:45
    3/ Monk's Dream                             (Monk)                   7:15
    4/ Monk's Mood                              (Monk)                   8:10
    5/ Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues-Are               (Monk)                  10:25
    6/ Skippy                                   (Monk)                   6:15
    7/ Pannonica                                (Monk)                   3:25

    Recorded by Paul Haines at Phase Two Coffee House, New York in March 1963

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Roswell Rudd: trombone; Henry Grimes (2-6): bass;
  Dennis Charles: drums.

    1974 - Emanem (UK), 301 (LP)
    1975 - Emanem (UK), 301 (LP)
    1975 - Emanem (UK), 3316 (LP)
    1979 - QED (USA), 997 (LP)
    1994 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6140 (CD)
    2002 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 578 (CD)
    2011 - Emanem (UK), 5016 (CD)

  Note: (7) was really the second piece recorded and most of it was lost; (2)
  and (3) were actually recorded in reverse order; Grimes was not on (1,7) as
  he was late for the gig (courtesy of Sandeep Mehta).
  Note: the Emanem and QED pressings have different sleeves.
  Note: although the 2011 CD reissue was released, it was almost immediately
  withdrawn due to some "problems"... It had a different track order and added
  two bonus tracks by the Thelonious Monk Quintet:

    8/ Evidence					(Monk)			 6:30
    9/ Straight No Chaser			(Monk)			 8:22 

    Recorded during the Quaker City Jazz Festival, Philadelphia (USA) on Au-
    gust 27, 1960

  Thelonious Monk (8,9): piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse (8,9): te-
  nor; John Ore (8,9): bass; Roy Haynes (8,9): drums.

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047 - SCRAPS: Steve Lacy Sextet

    1/ Ladies                                   (Lacy)                   9:05
    2/ Obituary                                 (Lacy)                   1:05
    3/ Scraps                                   (Lacy)                   7:15
    4/ Name                                     (Lacy)                   4:45
    5/ Torments                                 (Lacy)                   5:30
    6/ Pearl St.                                (Lacy)                   3:45
    7/ The Wire                                 (Lacy)                   5:15

    Recorded in Paris on February 18-21, 1974

  Steve Lacy: soprano, small bells; Steve Potts: alto, soprano, tenor; Michael 
  Smith: piano, organette; Irène Aebi: cello, voice; Kent Carter: bass, cello; 
  Kenny Tyler: percussion, flute.
 
    1974 - Saravah (France), SH 10 049 (LP)
    1997 - Saravah (France), SHL 2082 (3xCD)

  Note: the 3xCD set is called SCRATCHING THE SEVENTIES/DREAMS; it contains
  the five LPs issued on Saravah in the '70s: LAPIS, SCRAPS, DREAMS, ROBA, and
  THE OWL.

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048 - THE CRUST: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                  10:00
    2/ 38                                       (Lacy)                  13:00
    3/ The Owl                                  (Lacy)                   6:20
    4/ A Bit Of The Dumps                       (Lacy)                   3:30
    5/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                   7:40
    6/ Revolutionary Suicide                    (Lacy)                   3:45

    Recorded live at the 100 Club, London on July 30, 1973

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Derek Bailey: guitar; Kent
  Carter: bass; John Stevens: percussion.

    1975 - Emanem (UK), 304 (LP)
    1979 - Victor (Japan), VIP 6635 (LP)
    1998 - Emanem (UK), 4024 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue contains the entire SAXOPHONE SPECIAL (1976), and parts
  of THE CRUST (1975).

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049 - HARD TALK: Mal Waldron Quintet

    1/ Russian Melody                           (Waldron)                6:44
    2/ Snake Out                                (Waldron)               12:29
    3/ Hard Talk                                (Waldron)               19:11

    Recorded live at the East-West '74 Festival in Nürnberg, Germany on May 4,
    1974
    Produced by Horst Weber

  Mal Waldron: piano; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Isla
  Eckinger: bass; Allen Blairman: drums.

    1975 - Enja (Germany), 2050 (LP)
    ???? - Enja (Japan), SFX-10728, SMJ-6096 (LP)
    1996 - Enja (Germany), ENJA 2050-2 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has a different order for the tracks and includes a
  bonus track ("Hurray For Herbie").

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050 - FLAKES: Steve Lacy

    1/ Weal                                     (Lacy)                   5:45
    2/ The New Duck                             (Lacy)                   7:45
    3/ Snorts                                   (Lacy)                   6:00
    4/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                   7:35
    5/ The Shoals                               (Lacy)                   9:50
    6/ The Rush                                 (Lacy)                   2:50

    Recorded in Rome, Italy on May 12, 1974

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: cello; Michael
  Smith: piano; Kent Carter: bass; Kenneth Tyler: drums.

    1975 - RCA-Vista (Italy), TPL1 1097 (LP)

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051 - IL BESTIARIO: Maria Monti

    1/ Il Pavone                                                         6:20
    2/ Dove                                                              2:36
    3/ No No No No                                                       2:25
    4/ Il Serpente Innamorato                                            2:26
    5/ Lo Zoo                                                            2:36
    6/ L'Uomo                                                            2:40
    7/ I Cameleonti                                                      2:40
    8/ La Pecora Credi Di Essere Un Cavallo                              4:20
    9/ Il Letargo                                                        8:20
    10/ Aria, Terra, Acqua E Fuoco                                       8:50

    Recorded in Rome, Italy probably in July 1974

  Maria Monti: vocals; Steve Lacy: soprano; Roberto Ianeri: baritone saxopho-
  ne; Alvin Curran: arranger, synthesizer; Luca Balbo: guitar; Tony Ackerman: 
  guitar.

    ???? - HI-FI (Italy), RDZ-ST 14245 (LP)

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052 - JAZZ FESTIVAL BALVER HÖHLE

    1/ Flaps                                                            10:00

    Recorded on July 28, 1974

  Franz Koglmann: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Gerd Geier: electronics; Toni
  Michlmayr: bass; Muhammad Malli: drums.

    ???? - JG Records, JG 036/039 (4xLP)

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053 - THE ARRANGER'S TOUCH: Gil Evans and Tadd Dameron 

    1/ Remember                                                          4:30
    2/ Ella Speed                                                        5:47
    3/ Big Stuff                                                         4:46
    4/ Nobody's Heart                                                    4:22
    5/ Just One Of Those Things                                          4:22
    6/ If You Could See Me Now                                           4:15
    7/ Jambangle                                                         4:56
    8/ Philly J. J.                                                      5:11
    9/ Theme Of No Repeat                                                5:20
    10/ Choose Now (take 1)                                              4:54
    11/ Choose Now (take 2)                                              3:25
    12/ Dial ``B'' For Beauty                                            4:34
    13/ Fontainebleau                                                    4:50
    14/ Delirium                                                         5:00
    15/ The Scene Is Clean                                               5:02
    16/ Flossie Lou                                                      4:49

    (1) recorded at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, September 6,  1957
    (2,4,6)  "   at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, September 27, 1957
    (3,5,7)  "   at Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Hackensack, NJ, October 10,   1957
    (8-12) recorded on July 11, 1953
    (13-16) recorded on March 9, 1956

  Gil Evans (1-7): leader, arranger, piano; Johnny Carisi (1): trumpet; Louis
  Mucci (2-7): trumpet; Jack Koven (1-7): trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland (1-7):
  trombone; Bart Varsalona (1-7): bass trombone; Willie Ruff (1-7): French
  horn; Steve Lacy (1-7): soprano; Lee Konitz (1-7): alto; Dave Kurtzer (1-7):
  bassoon; Paul Chambers (1-7): bass; Papa Jo Jones (1): drums; Nick Stabulas
  (2-7): drums; Tadd Dameron (8-16): leader, arranger, piano; Clifford Brown
  (8-12): trumpet; Idrees Sulieman (8-12): trumpet; Herb Mullins (8-12): trom-
  bone; Gigi Gryce (8-12): alto; Benny Golson (8-12): tenor; Oscar Estell
  (8-12): baritone saxophone; Percy Heath (8-12): bass; Philly Jo Jones
  (8-12): drums; Kenny Dorham (13-16): trumpet; Henry Coker (13-16): trombone;
  Sahib Shihab (13-16): alto; Joe Alexander (13-16): tenor; Cecil Payne
  (13-16): baritone saxophone; John Simmons (13-16): bass; Shadow Wilson
  (13-16): drums.

    1975 - Prestige, P 24049 (2xLP)

  See GIL EVANS PLUS TEN (Prestige 7120) for further references on (1-7).
  See A STUDY IN DAMERONIA (Prestige 159, 10") for further references on
  (8-12).
  See FONTAINEBLEAU (Prestige 7037) for further references on (13-16).

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054 - STALKS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Stalks                                   (Lacy)                  10:35
    2/ Moon                                     (Lacy)                   9:24
    3/ Japanese Duck                            (Lacy)                   6:40
    4/ The Wane                                 (Lacy)                   6:46
    5/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   4:47

    Recorded at Nippon Columbia 1st Studio, Tokyo on June 7, 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Masahiko Togashi: percussion; Motoharu Yoshizawa: bass.

    1975 - Columbia (Japan), YQ-7507-N (LP)
    ???? - Denon (Japan), YQ 7507 - YX 7552 (LP)
    1996 - Denon (Japan), ??? (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has not been released yet.

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055 - J'AI DÉJÀ FAIT MON ARCHE: David McNeil

    1/ J'ai Déjà Fait Mon Arche (J'Attends Les Animaux)
                                                (McNeil)                 4:00
    2/ Rue Simon Bolivar                        (McNeil)                 2:55
    3/ Honolulu Lulu (De La Coupole Au Dôme)    (McNeil)                 2:29
    4/ Le Professeur A Dit                      (McNeil)                 3:00
    5/ The Campbells Are Coming (Yoho !)        (McNeil)                 5:04
    6/ Apocalypso-Rock                          (McNeil)                 3:40
    7/ Annapurna (Une Aventure De Sir Edmond Hillary)
                                                (McNeil)                 3:37
    8/ Papa Jouait Du Rock'n Roll               (McNeil)                 2:55
    9/ Maxie, Madge Et Parfois Dicky Wagner     (McNeil)                 7:55

    Recorded at Saravah Studios, Paris during Summer 1975 (May 1975?)
    Produced by Pierre Barouh

  David McNeil: vocals, guitars; J.P. Auffredo: guitars, harps, oboe; Jack
  Treese (1,9): guitars; Bill Keith (1,9): pedal steel; Olivier Bloch-Lainé
  (1,9): bass; Michael Rushton (1,5,6,9): drums, timbals; Roland Romanelli (1,
  3,9): accordion; Jean-Louis Rassinfosse (2,7): contrabass; Patrice Cramer
  (2,3,8): drums; Benoît Charvet (3,4,7): bass, contrabass; Michel Ripoche
  (3): violin; Micky Menecier (5,6): bass; Marc Richard (5): saxes; Bernard
  Pépin (5,6): saxes; Steve Lacy (5,9): soprano; Jean-Yves Terlain (5): cho-
  rus; Chic Streetman (5): chorus; Yves Simon (5): chorus; Pierre Barouh (5):
  chorus; Dominique Barouh (5): chorus; Aram Sédéfian (5): chorus; Michel
  Carras (5): chorus; Leslie McNeil (5): chorus; Naná Vasconcelos (6): per-
  cussion; Johnny Impossible (6): steel drum; Bolognesi (7): trombone; Larry
  Martin (8): bass.

    1975 - Saravah (France), SH 10 057 (LP)

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056 - DREAMS: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Uh Uh Uh                             (Lacy)                   7:20
    2/ Dreams                                   (Lacy, Gysin)            4:05
    3/ The Oil                                  (Lacy)                   9:10
    4/ The Wane                                 (Lacy)                  10:00
    5/ Crops                                    (Lacy)                   7:00

    Recorded at Saravah Studios, Paris on May 12/15, 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: cello, vocals;
  Kent Carter: bass; Kenneth Tyler: drums; Derek Bailey: guitar; Jean-Jacques
  Avenel: bass; Jack Treese (2,5): guitar; Boulou Ferré (2,5): guitar.

    1975 - Saravah (France), SH 10 058 (LP)
    1997 - Saravah (France), SHL 2082 (3xCD)

  Note: the 3xCD set is called SCRATCHING THE SEVENTIES/DREAMS; it contains
  the five LPs issued on Saravah in the '70s: LAPIS, SCRAPS, DREAMS, ROBA, and
  THE OWL.

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057 - 10 ANS DE SARAVAH: various artists

  This 4xLP box celebrates the 10th anniversary of the label and features
  Nicole Croisille, Brigitte Fontaine, Jacques Higelin, Trio Camara, Areski,
  Georges Arvanitas, Michel Grailler, Maurice Vander, René Urtreger,
  Jean-Roger Caussimon, Pierre Barouh, Moski, Naná Vasconcelos, Dominique
  Barouh, Pierre Akendengue, Mana, Nelson, Noelli, David McNeil, Jack Treese,
  Mahjun, Chic Streetman, Haira, Alfred Panou and the Art Ensemble of Chicago,
  Michael Smith, Larry Martin.

  Disc 3:
    4/ Obituary                                 (Lacy)                   1:05
  Disc 4:
    8/ The Wane                                 (Lacy)                  10:00

    1975 - Saravah (France), SHC 50001 (4xLP)
    1996 (?) - Mantra (France), Mantra 021/022 (2xCD)
    2008 - Columbia Music (Japan), OMCX-1218 (2xCD)

  See SCRAPS for further references on "Obituary", DREAMS for "The Wane".

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058 - ODE TO MAFEEN/RAG MAN: Chic Streetman

    1/ Ode To Mafeen                            (Streetman)              3:35
    2/ Rag Man                                  (Streetman)              3:50

    Recorded at Studio Saravah, Paris

  Chic Streetman: guitar, vocals; Naná Vasconcelos (1): percussion; Steve Lacy
  (1): soprano; Jean Paul Asseline: piano.

    1975 - Saravah (France), SH 40 059 (7")

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059 - OH! AMERICA/LES CLOWNS: Jack Treese, Pierre Barouh

    1/ Oh! America (vocal)
    2/ Oh! America (intrumental)
    3/ Les Clowns

  Pierre Barouh; Jack Treese; Steve Lacy (3); Bill Keith; Didier Levallet.

    1975 - Saravah (France), SP 40 061 (7")

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060 - SAXOPHONE SPECIAL: Steve Lacy

    1/ Staples                                  (Lacy)                   9:40
    2/ Dreams                                   (Lacy)                  11:20
    3/ Swishes                                  (Lacy)                   5:45
    4/ Sops                                     (Lacy, Parker, Potts, 
                                                Watts)                   7:10
    5/ Snaps                                    (Lacy)                   9:20

    Recorded at Wigmore Hall, London on December 19, 1974

  Steve Lacy: soprano, gramophon on (2); Trevor Watts: alto, soprano on (4);
  Evan Parker: tenor, baritone saxophone on (3), soprano on (5); Steve Potts:
  alto, soprano on (4); Derek Bailey (all but (4)): guitar; Michel Waisvisz
  (all but (4)): electronics.

    1976 - Emanem (USA), 3310 (LP)
    1998 - Emanem (UK), 4024 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue also contains parts of THE CRUST (1975).

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061 - EVIDENCE - VOL. 1: Globe Unity Special

    1/ Rumbling (To Joe Louis)                  (Lacy)                  16:08
    2/ Alexanders Marschbefehl                  (M. Mengelberg)          8:37
    3/ Evidence                                 (Monk, arr. by A.V.S.)   6:00

    Recorded at "Workshop Freie Musik", Berlin (Germany) on March 31, 1975

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Paul Rutherford:
  trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano; Gerd Dudek: tenor; Evan Parker: soprano,
  tenor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald: bass, tuba; Paul Lovens: 
  percussion, strings.

    1976 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0220 (LP)
    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 40 (CD)

  Note: the CD is called RUMBLING and contains both EVIDENCE - VOL. 1 and INTO
  THE VALLEY - VOL. 2.

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062 - INTO THE VALLEY - VOL. 2: Globe Unity Special

    1/ Into The Valley                          (Parker)                15:30
    2/ ... Of Dogs, Dreams And Death            (Parker)                22:25

    Recorded at "Workshop Freie Musik", Berlin (Germany) on March 31, 1975

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Paul Rutherford: 
  trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano; Gerd Dudek: tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, 
  tenor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald: bass, tuba; Paul Lovens: 
  percussion, musical saw; unidentified dog (2).

    1976 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0270 (LP)
    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 40 (CD)

  Note: the CD is called RUMBLING and contains both EVIDENCE - VOL. 1 and INTO
  THE VALLEY - VOL. 2.

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063 - SOLO AT MANDARA: Steve Lacy

    1/ Existence                                (Lacy)                   7:20
    2/ The Way                                  (Lacy)                   2:50
    3/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   5:16
    4/ Name                                     (Lacy)                   4:59
    5/ The Breath                               (Lacy)                   7:20
    6/ Life On Its Way                          (Lacy)                   3:59
    7/ Snips                                    (Lacy)                   5:28
    8/ Stabs                                    (Lacy)                   6:40

    Recorded at Mandara Coffee Shop, Tokyo (Japan) on June 8, 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    ???? - Alm Records (Japan), AL-5 (LP)

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064 - DISTANT VOICES: Steve Lacy

    1/ Distant Voices                           (TK, SL, YT)            20:39
    2/ Flying Off                               (TK, SL, YT)            10:15
    3/ Midsummer Blues                          (TK, SL, YT)             7:18

    Recorded at Nippon Columbia Studio No. 1, Tokyo (Japan) on June 24, 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano, percussion; Yuji Takahashi: piano, celesta, vibraphone,
  percussion; Takehisa Kosugi: violin, flute, voice, percussion.

    1976 - Columbia (Japan), YX-7085-N (LP)
    1991 - Denon (Japan), COCO-7977 (CD)
    2006 - Denon/Columbia (Japan), COCQ-84174 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissues contain extra material but without Steve Lacy.
  Note: the CD reissues are attributed to Yuji Takahashi and Masahiko Sato,
  and not Steve Lacy.

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065 - STABS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Deadline                                 (Lacy)                   7:51
    2/ Coastline                                (Lacy)                   7:07
    3/ The Duck                                 (Lacy)                   8:05
    4/ Cloudy                                   (Lacy)                   5:33
    5/ Moon                                     (Lacy)                   5:58
    6/ Stabs                                    (Lacy)                   7:30
    7/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                   4:23

    (1-3) recorded at Quartier Latin, Berlin (Germany) on November 5, 1975
    (4-7) recorded at Akademie der Künste, Berlin (Germany) on April 1, 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1976 - FMP (Germany), SAJ-05 (LP)
    2011 - FMP (Germany), 138 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue is called IN BERLIN: STABS/FOLLIES; it combines the
  complete album STABS (1976) along with side 2 of FOLLIES (1978).
  Note: the CD reissue is also part of a 12xCD box set called IN RETROSPECT.
  Note: the original CD reissue had a technical problem ("Moon" was barely au-
  dible) but FMP quicky released a second pressing with the problem fixed.

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066 - OPIUM: Franz Koglmann, Bill Dixon

    1/ For Franz                                (Dixon)                 19:53

    Recorded at Studio Heinz, Vienna, August 6, 1976

  Bill Dixon: trumpet; Franz Koglmann: trumpet; Steve Horenstein: tenor; Alan
  Silva: bass; Muhammad Malli: cymbals.

    2/ Der Vogel, Opium (to Jean Cocteau)       (Koglmann)               7:40
    3/ Carmilla (to Sheridan Le Fanu)           (Koglmann)               4:40

    Recorded at Studio Acousti, Paris, December 19, 1975

  Franz Koglmann: flugelhorn; Steve Lacy: soprano; Joseph Traindl: trombone;
  Cesarius Alvim Botelho: bass; Aldo Romano: drums.

    4/ Karl Und Das Loeschpapier (to Konrad Bayer)(Koglmann)             8:46

    Recorded at Studio Heinz, Vienna, November 3, 1976

  Franz Koglmann: trumpet; Toni Michlmayr: bass; Gerd Geier: computer.

    1976 (?) - Pipe Rec. (Austria), 152 (LP)
    2001 - Between the Lines (Germany), btl011/EFA 10181-2 (CD)

  Note: each LP pressing has an original cover painted by Franz Koglmann.
  Note: the CD reissue contains some tracks from FLAPS (1973).

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067 - TRICKLES: Steve Lacy

    1/ Trickles                                 (Lacy)                  10:06
    2/ I Feel A Draught                         (Lacy)                   4:11
    3/ The Bite                                 (Lacy)                   6:40
    4/ Papa's Midnite Hop                       (Lacy)                   7:58
    5/ Robes                                    (Lacy)                  10:18

    Recorded at Generation Sound Studios, New York on March 11 and 14, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Roswell Rudd: trombone, chimes on (5); Kent Carter:
  bass; Beaver Harris: drums.

    1976 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0008 (LP)
    1976 - Black Saint (Italy), 120008-4 (CT)
    ???? - Black Saint (Japan), JC 3508 (LP)
    1993 - Black Saint (Italy), 120008-2 (CD)

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068 - MASTERS OF THE MODERN PIANO: various artists

  This record features Bud Powell Trio (1-6), Cecil Taylor Quartet (7-9),
  Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra (10-11), Bley and Giuffre Trio (12-14), Wynton
  Kelly Trio (15), Bill Evans Trio (16-17)

    1/ Conception                                                        3:31
    2/ East Of The Sun, West Of The Moon                                 3:51
    3/ Heart And Soul                                                    3:14
    4/ Willow Grove                                                      4:21
    5/ Bean And The Boys                                                 5:10
    6/ Stairway To The Stars                                             4:56
    7/ Johnny Come Lately                                                6:45
    8/ Nona's Blues                                                      7:04
    9/ Tune 2                                                            9:53
    10/ Zodiac Suite -- Virgo - Libra - Aries                           10:03
    11/ Carioca                                                          3:13
    12/ Carla                                                            4:35
    13/ Whirr                                                            4:35
    14/ Ictus                                                            2:42
    15/ Blues On Purpose                                                 7:45
    16/ My Foolish Heart                                                 5:10
    17/ Beautiful Love                                                   5:20

    (1-6) recorded in New York City on April 25, 1955
    (7-9) recorded at Newport on July 6, 1957
    (10-11) recorded at Newport on July 6, 1957
    (12-14) recorded in New York City on August 7 and 8, 1961
    (15) recorded at The Half Note in June 1965
    (16-17) recorded at Town Hall on February 21, 1966

  Bud Powell (1-6): piano; George Duvivier (1-6): bass; Arthur Taylor (1-6): 
  drums; Cecil Taylor (7-9): piano; Steve Lacy (7-9): soprano; Buell 
  Neidlinger (7-9): bass; Dennis Charles (7-9): drums; Mary Lou Williams (10-
  11): piano; Dizzy Gillespie (10-11): leader, trumpet; Lee Morgan (10-11): 
  trumpet; Ernest Perry (10-11): trumpet; Carl Warwick (10-11): trumpet; Talib 
  Daawad (10-11): trumpet; Melba Liston (10-11): trombone; Al Grey (10-11): 
  trombone; Ray Connor (10-11): trombone; Jimmy Powell (10-11): alto; Ernie 
  Henry (10-11): alto; Billy Mitchell (10-11): tenor; Benny Golson (10-11): 
  tenor; Pee Wee Moore (10-11): baritone saxophone; Paul West (10-11): bass; 
  Charlie Persip (10-11): drums; Austin Cromer (10-11): vocals; Paul Bley (12-
  14): piano; Jimmy Giuffre (12-14): clarinet; Steve Swallow (12-14): bass; 
  Wynton Kelly (15): piano; Paul Chambers (15): bass; Jimmy Cobb (15): drums; 
  Bill Evans (16-17): leader, piano; Chuck Israel (16-17): bass; Arnold Wise 
  (16-17): drums.

    1976 - Verve, VE2-2514 (LP)

  See AT NEWPORT (1958) for further references on (7-9).

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069 - MALEDETTI: Area

    1/ Diforisma Urbano                                                  6:18
    2/ Gerontocrazia                                                     7:30
    3/ Caos                                                              9:00

    Recorded in Milan in 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Patrizio Fariselli: synthesizer, electric piano on (1)
  and (2), prepared piano on (3); Demetrio Stratos: vocals on (1-3), organ on
  (12); Paolo Tofani: electric guitar, synthesizer, Tcherepnin in (1-2),
  acoustic guitar on (3); Ares Tavolazzi: bass, electric bass on (1-2); Hugh
  Bullen (1): electric bass; Walter Celloni (1): drums; Anton Arze (2): txa-
  laparte; Jose Arze (2): txalaparte; Giulio Capiozzo (2): drums; Paul Lytton
  (3): percussion.

    1976 - Cramps (Italy), 5105 (LP)
    1993 - Cramps (Italy), CRSCD 005 (CD)
    1999 - Akarma (Italy), AK 1009 (CD)
    1999 - Akarma (Italy), AK 1009 (LP)
    2007 - Strange Days Records (Japan), POCE-1160 (CD)

  Note: the Cramps CD reissue contains an interview with members of Area.

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070 - THE WIRE: Steve Lacy Sextet

    1/ The Twain                                (Lacy)                   6:31
    2/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                   8:40
    3/ The Owl                                  (Lacy)                   4:17
    4/ The Wire                                 (Lacy)                   4:58
    5/ Cloudy                                   (Lacy)                   6:12
    6/ Dead Line                                (Lacy)                   8:06

    Recorded at Nippon Columbia's 1st Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on June 18, 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Masahiko Satoh: piano; Masahiko Togashi: percussion;
  Keiki Midorikawa: cello, bass; Yoshio Ikeda: bass; Motoharu Yoshizawa: bass.

    1977 - Denon Jazz (Japan), YX 7553 (LP)

  Note: (3) is a duo with Steve Lacy and Masahiko Togashi.

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071 - SIDELINES: Steve Lacy, Michael Smith

    1/ Existence                                (Lacy)                   7:12
    2/ Utah                                     (Lacy)                   4:57
    3/ Austin Stream                            (Smith)                  2:56
    4/ Sideline                                 (Lacy)                   9:26
    5/ Beeline                                  (Lacy)                   7:24
    6/ Time 2                                   (Smith)                  3:44
    7/ Worms                                    (Lacy)                  11:38

    Recorded in Oslo, Norway on September 1, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Michael Smith: piano.

    1977 - I.A.I. (?), 37.38.47 (LP)
    ???? - Phonogram (Japan), RJ 7412 (LP)
    1992 - Improvising Artists Inc. (?), 123847-2 (CD)
    2004 - Musik (Japan), KMCJ-1004 (CD)

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072 - COMPANY 4

    1/ Once Upon A Time                                                 12:09
    2/ Abandoned 1                                                       1:04
    3/ Abandoned 2                                                       5:16
    4/ Step 1                                                            3:26
    5/ Step 2                                                            2:25
    6/ Happily Ever After                                               12:25

    Recorded at Riverside Studios, London on November 11, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Derek Bailey: electric guitar.

    1977 - Incus (UK), Incus 26 (LP)

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073 - STRAWS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Pinochle                                 (Lacy)                   6:15
    2/ Straws                                   (Lacy)                   4:53
    3/ Hemline                                  (Lacy)                   4:58
    4/ Bound                                    (Lacy)                   5:25
    5/ Feline                                   (Lacy)                   6:47
    6/ The Rise                                 (Lacy)                  13:40

    Recorded in Milan, Italy on November 28 and 29, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano, tapes on (2,6), celesta on (3,5).

    1977 - Cramps (Italy), 5206 206 (LP)
    1997 - Cramps (Italy), CRSCD 066 (CD)
    2007 - Strange Days Records (Japan), POCE-1198 (CD)

  Note: on the 1997 CD reissue, "Feline" has been cut and its duration is now 
  only 2:19 (versus 6:47 on the LP); needless to say, this is a blunder, and 
  not the result of any artistic decision...
  Note: the 2007 reissue restores "Feline" to its original length (6:47).

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074 - CLANGS: Steve Lacy, Andrea Centazzo

    1/ The Owl                                  (Lacy)                   6:00
    2/ Torments                                 (Lacy)                   8:40
    3/ Tracks (part one)                        (Lacy)                   3:45
    4/ Tracks (part two)                        (Lacy)                   5:10
    5/ Dome                                     (Lacy)                   6:28
    6/ The New Moon                             (Lacy)                   6:04

    Recorded in concert in Casarsa, Udine (Italy) on February 20, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano, birds calls, pocket synthesizer, crackle box; Andrea
  Centazzo: drums, percussion, whistles, diverse percussion.

    1977 - Ictus (Italy), ictus 0001 (LP)
    2000 - New Tone (Italy), rdc 5045 (CD)
    2006 - Ictus (Italy), 121 (CD)

  Note: the 2006 reissue on Ictus is part of a 12xCD box set.
  Note: the 2006 reissue contains a bonus track:

    7/ Ducks                                    (Lacy)                   4:02

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075 - LIVE: Steve Lacy Trio

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)			11:33
    2/ Existence (Tao 1)                        (Lacy)			10:44
    3/ The Way (Tao 2)                          (Lacy)			 8:02
    4/ Bone (Tao 3)                             (Lacy)			 5:45
    5/ Ducks                                    (Lacy)			 7:37

    Recorded live in Udine, Italy on December 5, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Kent Carter: bass; Andrea Centazzo: drums, percussion.

    1977 - Ictus (Italy), ictus 0005 (LP)
    1996 - New Tone/Robi Droli (Italy), rdc 5027 2 (CD)
    2006 - Ictus (Italy), 123 (CD)

  Note: the 2006 reissue on Ictus is part of a 12xCD box set.
  Note: the 2006 reissue contains two bonus tracks, and its content is:

    1/ Bone (Tao 3)                             (Lacy)                   5:48
    2/ The Way (Tao 2)                          (Lacy)                   8:05
    3/ Stalks                                   (Lacy)                  14:28
    4/ Existence (Tao 1)                        (Lacy)                  10:44 
    5/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                  11:32 
    6/ Feline                                   (Lacy)                   8:55 
    7/ Ducks                                    (Lacy)                   7:23

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076 - RAPS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Stamps                                   (Lacy)                   6:50
    2/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                   9:15
    3/ The Throes                               (Lacy)                   3:55
    4/ Raps                                     (Lacy)                   7:22
    5/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                  12:35

    Recorded in New York City on January 29, 1977
    Produced by Michael Cuscuna

  Steve Lacy: soprano, percussion on (4); Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Ron 
  Miller: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums, vocals on (2).

    1977 - Adelphi Jazz Line (USA), AD 5004 (LP)

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077 - ONE-UPMANSHIP: Mal Waldron Quintet with Steve Lacy

    1/ One-Upmanship                            (Waldron)               11:20
    2/ The Seagulls Of Kristiansund             (Waldron)               11:30
    3/ Hurray For Herbie                        (Waldron)               19:56

    Recorded at Conny's Studio, Wolperath (Germany) on February 12, 1977

  Mal Waldron: piano; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Jimmy
  Woode: bass; Mayaka Ntshoko: drums.

    1977 - Enja (Germany), Enja 2092 (LP)
    1977 - Inner City, IC 3010 (LP)
    ???? - Amiga (DDR), 855738 (LP)
    ???? - ??? (Japan), RJ-7148 (LP)
    1998 - Enja (Germany), ENJ 2092-2 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has three bonus tracks without Steve Lacy (all piano 
  solo).

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078 - THREADS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Skirts                                   (Lacy)                  11:47
    2/ Threads                                  (Lacy)                  10:40
    3/ Rabbit                                   (Lacy)                   4:55
    4/ Broils                                   (Lacy)                   7:27
    5/ Shambles                                 (Lacy)                   6:55

    Recorded at Mama Dog Studio, Rome on May 19, 1977

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Alvin Curran (3-5): flugelhorn, synthesizer, small per-
  cussion; Frederic Rzewski (3-5): piano.

    1977 - Horo Records (Italy), HZ 05 (LP)

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079 - CECIL TAYLOR ALL STARS FEATURING BUELL NEIDLINGER: Cecil Taylor

    1/ Jumpin' Punkins                                                   7:30
    2/ O.P.                                                              9:14
    3/ I Forgot                                                          8:28
    4/ Things Aint What They Used To Be                                 10:09

    (1,4) recorded on January 10, 1961
    (2,3) recorded on January 9, 1961

    ???? - Candid (USA?), SONF 01007 (LP)
    1977 (?) - Candid/Victor (Japan), SMJ 6205 (LP)

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080 - INTROSPECTION: NEGLECTED JAZZ FIGURES OF THE 1950s AND EARLY 1960s:
  various artists

  This record features Herbie Nichols Quartet (1), Curtis Counce Quintet (2,
  3), Jaki Byard (4,5), Serge Chaloff Sextet (6), Steve Lacy Quartet (7,8),
  Booker Little Sextet (9,10).

    1/ 'S Wonderful                             (G. & I. Gershwin)       2:45
    2/ Into The Orbit                           (Elmo Hope)              4:42
    3/ Race For Space                           (Elmo Hope)              4:30
    4/ II, V, I                                 (J. Byard)               2:35
    5/ Diane's Melody                           (J. Byard)               5:02
    6/ Body And Soul                            (J. Green, E. Heyman)    3:50
    7/ Louise                                   (Taylor)                 5:21
    8/ Introspection                            (Monk)                   5:28
    9/ We Speak                                 (B. Little)              6:41
    10/ Strength And Sanity                     (B. Little)              6:13

    1977 - New World Records (USA), NW 275 (LP)

  See THE STRAIGHT HORN OF STEVE LACY (1961) for further references on (7,8).

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081 - SARAVAH JAZZ: various artists

  This 2xLP set features Champion Jack Dupree (1,2), Higelin & Areski (3,9),
  Chic Streetman & Nana Streetman (4,5), Maurice Vander & Louis Trussardi (6),
  René Urtreger/Gilbert Rovere/J.L. Viale (7), Georges Arvanitas/Jacques
  Samson/Claude Saudrais (8), Naná Vasconcelos (10), Barney Willen (11), Art
  Ensemble de Chicago with Brigitte Fontaine & Areski (12), Maurice Lemaître
  (13), Steve Lacy (14-18).

    4/ Ode To Mafeen				(Chic Streetman)
    14/ The High Way                            (Lacy)			 5:30
    15/ Lapis					(Lacy)			 7:00
    16/ The Uh Uh Uh				(Lacy)			 7:20
    17/ The Precipitation Suite			(Lacy)			 7:30
    18/ The Cryptosphere			(Lacy)			 3:09

    1977 - Saravah (France), SHL 1069 (2xLP)
    200? - Columbia Music (Japan), OMCX-1181 (2xCD)

  See ODE TO MAFEEN/RAG MAN (1975), LAPIS (1972) and DREAMS (1975) for further
  references.

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082 - FOR EXAMPLE: various artists

  FOR EXAMPLE is a 3xLP box issued by FMP; the first LP is with solos, the
  second with quartets and the third with orchestras.

  This 3xLP set features Steve Lacy (1), Paul Rutherford (2), Hans Reichel 
  (3), Tristan Honsinger (4), Fred van Hove (5), Derek Bailey (6), Albert 
  Mangelsdorff (7), Johnny Dyani (8), Schlippenbach Trio (9), Brötzmann/Van 
  Hove/Bennink plus Mangelsdorff (10), Frank Wright Unit (11), Schweizer-Carl 
  Quartet (12), Willem Breuker Orchestra (13), Globe Unity Orchestra (14), 
  Vinko Globokar & Brass Group (15), ICP-Tentet (16).

  Disc 1 (FMP R 1): SOLOS

    1/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   7:10

    Recorded in Berlin, Germany on April 11-13, 1974

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1978 - FMP (Germany), FMP R 1/R 2/R 3 (3xLP)

  Note: this box set includes a 130 page picture book.

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083 - LUMPS: Steve Lacy

    1/ The New Duck                             (Lacy)                   3:30
    2/ Torments                                 (Lacy)                  10:30
    3/ Lumps                                    (Lacy)                   6:30
    4/ Snips                                    (Lacy)                  10:00
    5/ Chops                                    (Lacy)                  11:00

    Recorded in Utrecht, Holland on September 23, 24 and 29, 1974

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Michael Waisvisz: synthesizer; Maarten Van Regteren 
  Altena: bass; Han Bennink: drums, homemade junk, vibra pan, wailophone, han-
  rinet(te), rolmo, birds calls + decoys.

    1978 - ICP (Netherlands), ICP 016 (LP)
    2011 - ICP (Netherlands), ICP 016 (CD)

  Note: the reissue has not been released yet.

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084 - FOLLIES: Steve Lacy Quintet

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                  13:28
    2/ The Throes                               (Lacy)                  12:04
    3/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                  10:13
    4/ Follies                                  (Lacy)                  12:47

    Recorded live at the Workshop Freie Musik, Berlin (Germany) on April 11,
    1977
    Produced by Steve Lacy and Jost Gebers

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto; Irène Aebi: cello; Kent Carter:
  bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1978 - FMP (Germany), SAJ-18 (LP)
    2011 - FMP (Germany), 138 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue is called IN BERLIN: STABS/FOLLIES; it combines the
  complete album STABS (1976) along with side 2 of FOLLIES (1978).
  Note: the CD reissue is also part of a 12xCD box set called IN RETROSPECT.
  Note: the original CD reissue had a technical problem ("Moon" was barely au-
  dible) but FMP quicky released a second pressing with the problem fixed.

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085 - THE OWL: Steve Lacy & Company

    1/ Somebody Special                         (Lacy, Gysin)            6:47
    2/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                   7:22
    3/ The Owl                                  (Lacy)                   5:31
    Touchstones:                                (Lacy)
      4/ Wish                                                            5:57
      5/ Spell                                                           3:44
      6/ Lesson                                                          8:10
    7/ Notre Vie                                (Lacy)                   4:37

    Recorded in Paris in April 1977
    Produced by Pierre Barouh

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: vocals, violin,
  cello; Kent Carter: bass, cello; Oliver Johnson: drums; Takashi Kako: piano;
  Jean-Jacques Avenel (4): kora, cheng, autoharp; Lawrence Butch Morris (4,5):
  cornet. 
  
    1980 - Saravah (France), SHL 1088 (LP)
    1997 - Saravah (France), SHL 2082 (3xCD)

  Note: the 3xCD set is called SCRATCHING THE SEVENTIES/DREAMS; it contains
  the five LPs issued on Saravah in the '70s: LAPIS, SCRAPS, DREAMS, ROBA, and
  THE OWL.

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086 - AXIEME - VOL. 1: Steve Lacy

    1/ Deadline                                 (Lacy)                   8:05
    2/ The New Duck                             (Lacy)                   6:25
    3/ Tao (suite)                              (Lacy)
      3a/ Existence                                                      5:44
      3b/ The Way                                                        2:31
      3c/ Bone                                                           4:14

    Recorded in Como, Italy in September 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1978 - Red Rec. (Italy), VPA 120 (LP)
    1993 - Red Records (Italy), RR 123120-2 (CD)

  Note: the CD also contains AXIEME - VOL. 2.
  Note: the tracks are not labeled with their real name on the records (on the
  LP, sides 1 and 2 are both called Axieme, and the CD reissue mentions Axieme 
  Parts 1-4).
  Note: the vinyl pressing was recorded at wrong speed; this has been correc-
  ted with the CD reissue.

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087 - AXIEME - VOL. 2: Steve Lacy

    1/ Tao (suite)                              (Lacy)
      1a/ Name                                                           5:54
      1b/ The Breath                                                     6:11
      1c/ Life On Its Way                                                4:28
    2/ Coastline                                (Lacy)                   6:42
    3/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   4:40

    Recorded in Como, Italy in September 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1978 - Red Rec. (Italy), VPA 121 (LP)
    1993 - Red Records (Italy), RR 123120-2 (CD)

  Note: the CD also contains AXIEME - VOL. 1.
  Note: the tracks are not labeled with their real name on the records (on the
  LP, sides 1 and 2 are both called Axieme, and the CD reissue mentions Axieme
  Parts 1-4).

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088 - COMPANY 5

    1/ LS/MR/DB/TH/AB/SL/EP                     (coll. improvisation)   25:39
    2/ SL/AB 1                                  (coll. improvisation)   10:02
    3/ SL/AB 2                                  (coll. improvisation)    4:24
    4/ EP/TH/AB - 1                             (coll. improvisation)    6:10
    5/ EP/TH/AB - 2                             (coll. improvisation)    1:42

    Recorded at ICA, London (UK) on May 26, 1977

  Leo Smith: trumpet; Maarten Altena: bass; Derek Bailey: guitar; Tristan
  Honsinger: cello; Anthony Braxton: clarinet, flute, alto, soprano; Steve
  Lacy: soprano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor.

    1978 - Incus (UK), Incus 28 (LP)
    2001 - Incus (UK), CD 41 (CD)

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089 - COMPANY 6

    1/ LS/TH/AB/SL/MR (Part of a longer piece)  (coll. improvisation)   14:22
    2/ EP/HB/DB (Part of a longer piece)        (coll. improvisation)    5:30
    3/ SB/MR/HB/LC                              (coll. improvisation)
    4/ MR/SL                                    (coll. improvisation)    5:11
    5/ HB/AB/DB                                 (coll. improvisation)    8:39
    6/ LC/TH/LS                                 (coll. improvisation)

    Recorded at ICA, London (UK) on May 25-27, 1977

  Leo Smith (1,6): trumpet; Tristan Honsinger (1,6): cello; Anthony Braxton
  (1,5): alto, sopranino, clarinet, flute; Steve Lacy (1,4): soprano; Maarten
  Altena (1,3,4): bass; Evan Parker (2): soprano, tenor; Han Bennink (2,3,5):
  percussion; Derek Bailey (2,5): electric guitar; Steve Beresford (3): piano;
  Lol Coxhill (3,6): soprano.

    1978 - Incus (UK), Incus 29 (LP)
    1991 - Incus (UK), Incus CD07 (CD)

  Note: the CD edition also contains COMPANY 7 (1978).
 
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090 - COMPANY 7

    1/ AB/EP                                    (coll. improvisation)    8:03
    2/ TH/MR/SB/HB/DB                           (coll. improvisation)   10:29
    3/ SL/EP/AB/LC (Part of a longer piece)     (coll. improvisation)    4:27
    4/ TH/LS                                    (coll. improvisation)
    5/ LC/AB/MR                                 (coll. improvisation)
    6/ HB/LC/MR/TH                              (coll. improvisation)
    7/ EP/LS/DB (Second of four pieces)         (coll. improvisation)    4:19

    Recorded at ICA, London (UK) on May 25-27, 1977

  Anthony Braxton (1,3,5): alto, soprano, clarinet, flute; Evan Parker (1,3,
  7): soprano, tenor; Tristan Honsinger (2,4,6): cello; Maarten Altena (2,5,
  6): bass; Steve Beresford (2): piano; Han Bennink (2,6): percussion; Derek
  Bailey (2,7): electric guitar; Steve Lacy (3): soprano; Lol Coxhill (3,5,6):
  soprano; Leo Smith (4,7): trumpet.

    1978 - Incus (UK), Incus 30 (LP)
    1991 - Incus (UK), Incus CD07 (CD)

  Note: the CD edition also contains COMPANY 6 (1978).

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091 - CLINKERS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Trickles                                 (Lacy)                  10:04
    2/ Duck                                     (Lacy)                   7:02
    3/ Coastline                                (Lacy)                   7:56
    4/ Micro Worlds                             (Lacy)                   7:18
    5/ Clinkers                                 (Lacy)                  11:58

    Recorded live at restaurant Zer alte Schmitti, Basel (Switzerland) on June
    9, 1977
    Produced by Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1978 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), F (LP)
    2000 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 546 (CD)

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092 - CATCH: Steve Lacy, Kent Carter

    1/ Mumps                                    (Lacy)                   8:14
    2/ Tickets                                  (Lacy)                   7:18
    3/ Hex                                      (Lacy)                   5:58
    4/ Vow                                      (Lacy)                   3:49
    5/ Catch                                    (Carter)                 8:43

    Recorded at Chantalain Studio, Rome (Italy) on September 17, 1977

  Steve Lacy (1-4): soprano; Kent Carter: bass.

    1978 - Horo (Italy), HZ 08 (LP)

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093 - UNITED PATCHWORK: MEV

    1/ Via Della Luce				(Teitelbaum)		23:24
    2/ Fox					(Lacy)			 9:43
    4/ Slugging Rocks				(List)			 6:48

    Recorded in Rome, Italy on November 15 and 16, 1977

  Karl Berger: vibraphone, piano, melodion; Alvin Curran: synthesizer, piano,
  vocals, flugelhorn; Steve Lacy: soprano; Garrett List: trombone; Frederic
  Rzewski: piano; Richard Teitelbaum: synthesizer, shells.

    3/ Cross Over One				(Berger)		 2:25
    8/ Cross Over Two				(Berger)		 3:14
    9/ Cross Over Three				(Berger)		 3:06

    Recorded in Rome, Italy on November 15 and 16, 1977

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Karl Berger: vibraphone, piano, melodion.

    7/ Dewline					(Lacy)			 7:54
    10/ Sea Line				(Lacy)			 5:25

    Recorded in Rome, Italy on November 15 and 16, 1977

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Garrett List: trombone; Richard Teitelbaum: synthesi-
  zer, shells.

    1978 - Horo (Italy), HDP 15-16 (2xLP)
    ???? - ??? ("EEC"), ??? (CD-R)

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

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094 - POINTS: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Mooche                               (Ellington)              5:00
    2/ Pot-Pourri Solo                          (Ellington, Rodgers,
                                                Hammerstein)            3:30
    3/ Stalks                                   (Lacy)                  12:30
    4/ Free Points                              (Lacy)                   8:15
    5/ Still Point                              (Lacy)                   5:40
    6/ Moot Point                               (Lacy)                   5:30

    Recorded in Paris in February 1978

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts (1,4-6): soprano; Kent Carter (1,3): bass;
  Oliver Johnson (1,3): drums.

    1978 - Chant Du Monde (France), LDX 74 680 (LP)

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095 - MOODS: Mal Waldron Sextet

    1/ Minoat                                   (Waldron)                8:08
    2/ A Case Of Blues Plus 4'S                 (Waldron)               14:59
    3/ Sieg Haile                               (Waldron)               20:14

    Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) on May 6, 1978

  Mal Waldron: piano; Terumasa Hino: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Hermann
  Breuer: trombone; Cameron Brown: bass; Makaya Ntshoko: drums.

    1979 - Enja (Germany), Enja 3021 + 23 (2xLP)
    1979 - Inner City (USA), IC 3018-2 (2xLP)
    ???? - Polydor (Japan), 40 MJ 3133/34 (2xLP)
    1990 - Enja (Germany), 3021-2 (CD)
    1990 - Enja (Japan), ENJ-32 (CD)
    2006 - Ward Records (Japan), ??? (CD)
    2006 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-2110 (CD)

  Note: Lindenmaier (1982) mentions a recording date of May 7, 1978.
  Note: the 2006 Enja reissue has one extra track (Mal Waldron solo).

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096 - UNEXPECTED: Kenny Davern

    1/ Swirls                                                            4:42
    2/ Trio 3                                                            4:21
    3/ The Sunflower                                                     5:23
    4/ Predicament In Three Parts                                        5:29
    5/ Synonym                                                           5:12
    6/ Statement                                                         3:29
    7/ Loops                                                             8:05
    8/ Unexpected                                                       12:31

    Recorded in New York City on May 30, 1978

  Kenny Davern: soprano, clarinet; Steve Lacy (all but (2)): soprano; Steve
  Swallow: bass; Paul Motian: drums.

    1978 - Kharma, PK 7 (LP)

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097 - FUTURA - POESIA SONORA: various artists

  Steve Lacy plays on one track with Adriano Spatola.

    ?/ Hommage A Eric Satie                     (Spatola, Lacy)          7:43

    Recorded in 1976

  Irène Aebi; Jean-Jacques Avenel; Helene Hatier; Steve Lacy: soprano; Adriano
  Spatola.

    1978 - Cramps (Italy), 5206 301-307 (7xLP)
    1989 - Cramps (Italy), ??? (5xCD)
    1995 (?) - Cramps (Italy), CRSCD 091-095 (5xCD)

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098 - BLOWN BONE: Roswell Rudd

    1/ Bethesda Fountain                        (Rudd)                  11:08
    2/ Street Walking                           (Rudd)                   2:15
    3/ Blues For The Planet Earth               (Rudd)                   3:59
    4/ You Blew It                              (Rudd)                   5:32
    5/ Cement Blues - part 1                    (Rudd)                   7:01
    6/ Blown Bone                               (Rudd)                   3:33
    7/ Cement Blues - part 2                    (Rudd)                   2:13
    8/ It's Happening                           (Rudd)                  11:01

    Recorded at Blue Rock Studio, New York City on March 27 and 28, 1976

  Roswell Rudd: trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano; Tyrone Washington: tenor; Kenny
  Davern: clarinet, soprano; Patti Bown: electric piano; Wilbur Little: bass;
  Paul Motian: drums; Jordan Steckel (1): bata drum; Enrico Rava (3,4,8): 
  trumpet; Sheila Jordan (3,4): vocals; Louisiana Red (5,8): guitar, vocals.

    1979 - Philips (Japan), RJ-7490 (LP)
    2006 - Emanem (UK), 4131 (CD)

  Note: the 2006 reissue contains extra material.

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099 - EVENT '76: Area

    1/ Caos II parte (1)                                                20:15
    2/ Caos II parte (2)                                                 9:18
    3/ Event '76                                                         9:27

    Recorded at the Universita Statale Di Milano, Italy in 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Patrizio Fariselli: piano; Paolo Tofani: guitar, syn-
  thesizer, Tcherepnin; Paul Lytton: percussion; Demetrio Stratos: vocals.

    1979 - Cramps (Italy), 5205 107 (LP)
    1996 - Cramps (Italy), CRSCD 007 (CD)
    2002 - Akarma (Italy), AK 1038 (CD)
    2002 - Akarma (Italy), AK 1038 (LP)
    2007 - Strange Days Records (Japan), POCE-1162 (CD)

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100 - PARABOLA: Gil Evans

    1/ Waltz                                    (Evans)                 14:22
    2/ Up From The Skies                        (Hendrix)                4:20
    3/ Parabola                                 (Evans)                 11:52
    4/ Stone Free                               (Hendrix)               21:58
    5/ Variation                                (Evans)                 24:01

    Recorded at Trafalgar Studio, Rome (Italy) on July 29, 1978
    Produced by Aldo Sinesio

  Gil Evans: piano, electric piano, arranger, leader; Steve Lacy: soprano; 
  Arthur Blythe: alto, soprano; Earl McIntyre: trombone; Lew Soloff: trumpet; 
  Peter Levin: keyboards; Don Pate: bass; Noel McGhee: drums.

    1979 - Horo (Italy), HDP 31-32 (2xLP)
    ???? - Baystate (Japan), 9007/8 (2xLP)

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101 - ALWAYS KNOW: Thelonious Monk

    1/ Light Blues                              (Monk)                  12:51
    2/ Bye-Ya                                   (Monk)                  11:00

    Recorded at the Philharmonic Hall, New York City on December 30, 1963

  Thad Jones: cornet; Nick Travis: trumpet; Eddie Bert: trombone; Phil Woods:
  alto; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse: tenor; Gene Allen: baritone saxo-
  phone, clarinet, bass clarinet; Thelonious Monk: piano; Butch Warren: bass;
  Frankie Dunlop: drums; Hall Overton: arranger, conductor.

    1979 - Columbia, JG 35720 (2xLP)
    1979 - CBS (France), 88838 (2xLP)
    ???? - CBS/Sony (Japan), 40 AP 1569 (2xLP)
    1994 - Columbia/Legacy, C2K 57636 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD contains the whole concert; see BIG BAND AND QUARTET IN 
  CONCERT (1964) for further references.

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102 - TORMENTS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Staples                                  (Lacy)                   6:34
    2/ Weal                                     (Lacy)                   6:25
    3/ The Oil                                  (Lacy)                   6:30
    4/ The Owl                                  (Lacy)                  13:46
    5/ Torments                                 (Lacy)                   7:57

    Recorded at Silk Hall, Kyoto (Japan) on June 16, 1975

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1979 - Morgue (Japan), 01 (LP)

  Note: the recording date mentioned on the sleeve (July 6, 1975) is incor-
  rect.

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103 - THE WOE/CROPS: Steve Lacy

    Solo In Montreal (side 1): 
      1/ Crops                                  (Lacy)                   6:37
      2/ Pearl Street                           (Lacy)                   7:21
      3/ No Baby                                (Lacy)                   4:04
      4/ The New Duck                           (Lacy)                   7:30

    Recorded live at L'Eglise St Jean L'Evangéliste, Montreal (Canada) on
    March 24, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    The Woe (side 2):
      5/ The Wax                                (Lacy)                   1:21
         The Wage                               (Lacy)                  16:51
      6/ The Wane                               (Lacy)                   9:47
      7/ The Wake                               (Lacy)                   2:22

    Recorded in mono at Zürich, Switzerland on January 26, 1973

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto; Irène Aebi: cello, voice; Kent 
  Carter: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums, cymbals.

    1979 - Quark (USA), 9998 (LP)
    1995 - Emanem (UK), 4004 (CD)
    2002 - Emanem (UK), 4004 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissues are called WEAL & WOE, and also include CONCERT SOLO
  (1974).

  Excerpt from the liner notes: "The Woe, is another story. Conceived in the 
  horrors of the Vietnam war, it is a melodrama in four parts for quintet, two 
  tape cassettes of war noises (air & ground) and voice ..."

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104 - STAMPS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Existence                                (Lacy)                  12:58
    2/ Ire                                      (Lacy)                  11:29
    3/ The Dumps                                (Lacy)                  12:00
    4/ Stamps                                   (Lacy)                   4:52
    5/ Duckles                                  (Lacy)                  13:02
    6/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                  11:35
    7/ The Blinks                               (Lacy)                   9:17

    (1-3) recorded at the Willisau Jazz Festival, Switzerland on August 27, 
    1977
    (4-7) recorded at "Jazz Au Totem", Paris on February 22, 1978

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: cello, violin,
  bells, vocals; Kent Carter: bass; Oliver Johson: drums.

    1979 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), K/L (2xLP)

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105 - LABORATORIO DELLA QUERCIA

    2/ Dialogando                               (Terenzi)               11:10

    Recorded at "Quercia Del Tasso", Rome (Italy) on July 5-6, 1978
    
  Danilo Terenzi: trombone; Roswell Rudd: trombone. 
    
    3/ La Quercia                               (coll. composition)     21:29

    Recorded at "Quercia Del Tasso", Rome (Italy) on July 5-6, 1978

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Danilo Terenzi: trombone; Frederik Rzewski:
  piano; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Tristan Honsinger: cello; Paul Lytton: drums.

    1/ Tromblues                                (Rava)                  11:00
    4/ Vortex Waltz                             (Giammarco)             14:46
    5/ Nella Casa Delle Papere                  (Colombo)               10:07
    6/ La Legge E'Uguale Per Tutti              (Vittorini)              6:11
    7/ The Message From The Maine               (Rudd)                  18:00

    Recorded at "Quercia Del Tasso", Rome (Italy) on July 5-6, 1978

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Alberto Corvini: trumpet; Enrico Rava: trumpet; 
  Roswell Rudd: trombone; Danilo Terenzi: trombone; Evan Parker: soprano, te-
  nor; Maurizio Giammarco: sopranino, soprano, tenor, flute; Steve Lacy: so-
  prano; Steve Potts: soprano, alto; Massimo Urbani: alto; Eugenio Colombo:
  alto, baritone saxophone; Tommaso Vittorini: baritone saxophone; Frederik
  Rzewski: piano; Martin Joseph: piano; Tristan Honsinger: cello; Irène Aebi:
  cello; Kent Carter: cello, bass; Roberto Bellatella: cello, bass; Paul 
  Lytton: drums, percussion; Noel McGhee: drums; Roberto Gatto: drums.

    1979 - Horo Records (Italy), HDP 39-40 (2xLP)
    ???? - ??? ("EEC"), ??? (CD-R)

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

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106 - HIGH, LOW AND ORDER: Maarten Altena, Steve Lacy

    1/ High                                     (Lacy, Altena)           2:34
    2/ Off-Hand                                 (Lacy, Altena)           4:29
    3/ Post                                     (Lacy, Altena)           5:44
    4/ Low                                      (Lacy, Altena)           4:08
    5/ Blush                                    (Lacy, Altena)           2:24
    6/ Inconsistent-Shuffle                     (Lacy, Altena)           6:57
    7/ Notice                                   (Lacy, Altena)           3:33
    8/ Order                                    (Lacy, Altena)           2:02
    9/ Hop                                      (Lacy, Altena)           3:13
    10/ Breeze                                  (Lacy, Altena)           3:50
    11/ Kiss                                    (Lacy, Altena)           2:19

    Recorded at the Shaffy Theater, Amsterdam (Netherlands) on December 9 and
    10, 1978

  Maarten Altena: bass, cello; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1979 - Claxon (Netherlands), 79.3 (LP)
    1990 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6069 (CD)

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107 - COMPOSITIONS: Globe Unity

    1/ Nodagoo                                  (Wheeler)                6:59
    2/ Boa                                      (Schlippenbach)          5:43
    3/ Trom-Bone-It                             (Christmann)             5:03
    4/ Flat Feet                                (Rava)                   7:48
    5/ Reflections                              (Schoof)                 8:46
    6/ Worms - ded. to Ezra Pound               (Lacy)                  10:25
    7/ The Forge                                (Schlippenbach)          5:22

    Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) on January 22 & 23, 
    1979

  Enrico Rava: trumpet, flugelhorn; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn;
  Manfred Schoof: trumpet, flugelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Günter
  Christmann: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone, euphonium; Steve Lacy: so-
  prano, interior piano on (6); Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Gerd Dudek: so-
  prano, tenor, flute; Michel Pilz: bass clarinet; Alex von Schlippenbach: 
  piano; Bob Stewart: tuba; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: drums, per-
  cussion.

    1979 - Japo (Germany), 60027 (LP)
    ???? - Japo/Trio (Japan), PAP 9191 (LP)
    2006 - Universal (Japan), UCCE-9072 (CD)

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108 - ERONEL: Steve Lacy

    1/ Eronel                                   (Monk)                   3:50
    2/ Thelonious                               (Monk)                   5:52
    3/ Light Blue                               (Monk)                   3:01
    4/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   5:39
    5/ Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues-Are               (Monk)                   5:58
    6/ Ask Me Now                               (Monk)                   5:01
    7/ Skippy                                   (Monk)                  11:17

    Recorded at Audio Sound Studio, Rome (Italy) on February 19, 1979

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1979 - Horo (Italy), HZ 11 (LP)

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109 - TROUBLES: Steve Lacy

    1/ Troubles                                 (Lacy)                   6:34
    2/ Wasted                                   (Lacy)                  10:07
    3/ The Whammies!                            (Lacy)                   2:58
    4/ Blues                                    (Lacy)                  12:52
    5/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                   6:07

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studios, Milan (Italy) on May 24 and 25, 1979

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: cello, violin,
  vocals; Kent Carter: bass, cello; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1979 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0035 (LP)
    1979 - Black Saint (Italy), 120035-4 (CT)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120035-2 (CD)

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110 - SHOTS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Moms                                     (Lacy)                   5:05
    2/ Pops                                     (Lacy)                   5:10
    3/ The Kiss                                 (Lacy)                   5:10
    4/ Tots                                     (Lacy)                   5:36
    5/ The Ladder                               (Lacy)                   5:01
    6/ Fruits                                   (Lacy)                   7:06
    7/ Coots                                    (Lacy)                   4:24
    8/ The Wire                                 (Lacy)                   4:22

    Recorded at Studios Grande Armée, Paris on October 15, 1977
    Produced by Alain Boucanus

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Masa Kwate: traditional Japanese percussion; Irène
  Aebi (3): voice, violin.

    1980 - Musica Records (France), MUS. 3024 (LP)

  Note: this record received Le Grand Prix De L'Academie Du Jazz 1980 (section
  Avant Garde).

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111 - SOUNDS AS A ROACH: Max Roach

    1/ Malindy						 		 4:00
    2/ Prayer Protest From Freedom Now Suite				 4:20
    3/ For Big Sid							 2:30
    4/ Drums Unlimited							 3:00
    5/ Drums In Five							 3:55
    6/ Profit								 7:55
    7/ Prelude								 2:45
    8/ Patty Pat And Midnight Variations				10:30

    (1-7) recorded in Rome, Italy on April 27, 1968
    (8) recorded on May 1, 1968

  Max Roach: drums; Steve Lacy (1,6): soprano; Franco D'Andrea (1,6,7): piano; 
  Giovanni Tommaso (1,6,7): bass; Abbey Lincoln (1,2,6,7): vocals.

    1980 - Joker (Japan), UPS 2056 (LP)
    1980 - Lotus/Passport (Italy), LPPS 11.117 (LP)
    1980 - Lotus (Italy), LOP 14.075 (LP)
    ???? - Crown (?), R347281-J??? (CD)

  Note: according to the Joker pressing the piano player is Steve Kuhn and the
  bass player is Red Michell; this pressing also gives Oslo (Norway) for the
  recording location. This is likely to be a mistake and was corrected in the
  other pressings.
  Note: it appears unlikely that two Italian pressings were released in 1980!

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112 - THE WAY: Steve Lacy Five

    1/ Stamps					(Lacy)			 5:46
    2/ Blinks					(Lacy)			10:45
    3/ Troubles					(Lacy)			 9:59
    4/ Raps                                     (Lacy)			11:31
    5/ Dreams                                   (Lacy)			 9:17
    Tao Suite					(Lacy)
      6/ Existence							 8:40
      7/ The Way 							 9:56
      8/ Bone 								 7:44
      9/ Name								12:57
      10/ The Breath 							12:00
      11/ Life On Its Way						11:05
    12/ Swiss Duck                              (Lacy)			 5:52

    Recorded live at Stadttheater, Bale (Switzerland) on January 23, 1979
    Produced by Werner X. Uehlinger

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: cello, violin,
  vocals; Kent Carter: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1980 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), HH2 R03 (2xLP)
    1985 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2029 (2xLP)
    1994 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), CD2-6154 (2xCD)
    2004 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 2-604 (2xCD)

  Note: (1-3) are only available on the 2xCD reissues.

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113 - ALTER EGO: Walter Zuber Armstrong, Steve Lacy

    1/ Alter Ego - Part 1                                               25:53
    2/ Alter Ego - Part 2                                               23:37

    Recorded live at the BIM-house, Amsterdam (Holland) on October 13, 1979

  Walter Zuber Armstrong: contrabass clarinet, bass clarinet; Steve Lacy: so-
  prano.

    1980 - World Artists, WA 1004 (LP)
    1997 - World Artists (USA), WACD 1004 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue also contains CALL NOTES (1980).

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114 - CALL NOTES: Walter Zuber Armstrong, Steve Lacy

    1/ Call Notes, Cut 1                                                12:13
    2/ Call Notes, Cut 2                                                 3:07
    3/ Lost Lagoon, Cut 1                                               13:52
    4/ Lost Lagoon, Cut 2                                                1:26 

    Recorded live at the BIM-house, Amsterdam (Holland) on October 13, 1979

  Walter Zuber Armstrong: soprano flute, Bolivian wooden flute, bass clarinet; 
  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1980 - World Artists, WA 1005 (LP)
    1997 - World Artists (USA), WACD 1004 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue also contains ALTER EGO (1980).

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115 - CAPERS: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Crunch                               (Lacy)                  12:35
    2/ We Don't I                               (Lacy)                  12:55
    3/ Quirks                                   (Lacy)                   9:25
    4/ Bud's Brother I                          (Lacy)                  17:05
    5/ Capers                                   (Lacy)                   9:20
    6/ We Don't II                              (Lacy)                  16:50
    7/ Kitty Malone                             (Lacy)                  13:55
    8/ Bud's Brother II                         (Lacy)                  12:15

    Recorded live by Peter Kuhn at Soundscape, New York City on December 29,
    1979

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Ronnie Boykins: bass; Dennis Charles: drums.

    1981 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), 2R14 (2xLP)
    1985 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2014 (2xLP)
    1999 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 532 (CD)

  Note: the 1985 reissue is called NEW YORK CAPERS.
  Note: the CD reissue is called CAPERS & QUIRKS and does not include the
  tracks (1,2,8).

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116 - TIPS: Steve Lacy, Steve Potts

    1/ Tips: A,B,C,D,E,F,G                                              23:00
    2/ Tips: H,I,J,K,L,M,N                                              21:20

    Recorded by Jef Gilson in Paris on December 14, 1979

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto; Irène Aebi: voice.

    1981 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), 1R20 (LP)

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117 - AMARCORD NINO ROTA: various artists

  Ten compositions by Nino Rota performed by different groups with the follo-
  wing musicians: Muhal Richard Abrams, George Adams, David Amram, Kenny 
  Barron, Steve Berrios, Carla Bley, Jaki Byard, Ron Carter, Joe Daley, Jerry
  Dodgion, Bobby Eldridge, Lenny Ferrari, William Fisher, Wilbert Fletcher,
  Sharon Freeman, Bill Frisell, Deborah Harry, Francis Haynes, Jay Hoggard,
  Fred Hopkins, Steve Lacy, Ray Mantilla, Michael Mantler, Branford Marsalis,
  Wynton Marsalis, Emmet McDonald, Earl McIntyre, Amina Claudine Myers, Arturo
  O'Farrill, Charles Rocket, Claudio Roditi, Michael Sahl, Dave Samuel, D.
  Sharpe, Warren Smith, Chris Stein, Steve Swallow, Henry Threadgill, Gary
  Valente, Victor Venegas, Gary Windo, Courtenay Winter.

    8/ Roma                                     (Rota)                   4:36

    Recorded in Paris on September 12, 1980

  Steve Lacy: soprano, gong.

    1981 - Hannibal, 9301 (LP)
    1981 - Hannibal, 6313.300 (LP)
    ???? - Hannibal, CD HNCD 9301 (CD)

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118 - SONGS: Steve Lacy, Brion Gysin

    1/ Gay Paree Bop                            (Lacy, Gysin)            9:25
    2/ Nowhere Street                           (Lacy, Gysin)           11:45
    3/ Somebody Special                         (Lacy, Gysin)            9:15
    4/ Luvzya                                   (Johnson, Gysin)         7:00
    5/ Keep The Chance                          (Lacy, Gysin)            7:10
    6/ Permutations
      6a/ Junk Is No Good Baby                  (Lacy, Gysin)            1:45
      6b/ Kick That Habit Man                   (Lacy, Gysin)            0:45
      6c/ I Don't Work You Dig                  (Lacy, Gysin)            1:40
    7/ Blue Baboon                              (Lacy, Gysin)            4:55

    Recorded in Paris, France on January 28 and 29, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano, vocals; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Bobby Few: piano; 
  Irène Aebi: vocals, violin; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson:
  drums; Brion Gysin (4,6): vocals.

    1981 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 1985/86 (LP+7")
    1990 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 6045 (CD)
    2006 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 625 (CD)

  Note: see below for a second 7" from this session.
  Note: the CD reissues add a second take of "Nowhere Street":

    8/ Nowhere Street 1                         (Lacy, Gysin)            9:19

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    1/ Nowhere Street (take 1)                  (Lacy, Gysin)            5:25
    2/ Nowhere Street (take 1) (continued)                               4:15

    1981 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 1985/86 (7")

  Note: this 7" represents the sides E and F of SONGS; it was given away by
  Hat Hut to friends and journalists.
  Note: this take of "Nowhere Street" was added as a bonus track to the CD
  reissue.

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119 - BALLETS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Hedges:                                  (Lacy)                  37:55
      Hedges
      Squirrel
      Fox I
      Fox II
      Rabbit
      Shambles

    Recorded live at L'Ancienne Eglise Des Jésuites, Porrentruy (Switzerland)
    on December 18, 1980
    Recorded by Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Steve Lacy: soprano.
    
    2/ The 4 Edges: 
      Outline                                   (Lacy)                  12:45
      Underline                                 (Lacy)                   6:35
      Coastline                                 (Lacy)                   9:55
      Deadline                                  (Lacy)                  11:20

    Recorded at Studio Davout, Paris on April 23, 1981
    Recorded by Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Bobby Few: piano, Fender piano;
  Irène Aebi: cello, violin, voice; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: 
  drums, percussion.

    1982 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 1982/83 (2xLP)

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120 - THE FLAME: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Match                                (Lacy)                   9:49
    2/ Wet Spot                                 (Few)                    4:27
    3/ Gusts                                    (Lacy)                   7:35
    4/ Licks                                    (Lacy)                   8:16
    5/ The Flame                                (Lacy)                  13:11

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on January 18-19, 1982

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Bobby Few: piano; Dennis Charles: drums.

    1982 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1035 (LP)
    1982 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1035 (CT)
    ???? - Soul Note (Italy), 121035-2 (CD)

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121 - SNAKE-OUT: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                  12:50
    2/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                  11:25
    3/ A Case Of Plus 4'S                       (Waldron)               10:00
    4/ Snake-Out                                (Waldron)               12:35

    Recorded live at Dréher, Paris on August 14, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1982 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), Hat MUSICS 3501 (LP)
    1985 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2015 (2xLP)   

  Note: the 2xLP reissue is called HERBE DE L'OUBLI/SNAKE-OUT and also con-
  tains HERBE DE L'OUBLI (1983).

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122 - SPIRITUAL MOMENTS: Masahiko Togashi

    1/ It's Freedom Life                        (Togashi)                8:48
    2/ The Window                               (Lacy)                   7:22
    3/ Poem In The Shadow                       (Togashi)                7:48
    4/ Steps                                    (Lacy)                   4:28
    5/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   6:18

    Recorded at King Records Studio #2, Tokyo (Japan) on October 15 and 16, 
    1981

  Masahiko Togashi: percussion; Steve Lacy: soprano; Kent Carter: bass.

    1982 - Paddle Wheel (Japan), K28P-6138 (LP)
    2004 - Polystar Jazz Library (Japan), MTCJ-5603 (CD)

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123 - DANCE OF THE ROBOT PEOPLE: Jay Oliver

    1/ Michele's Shower                         (Oliver)                 8:25
    2/ Goodbye Charles                          (Oliver)                 0:45
    3/ Dance Of The Robot People                (Oliver)                 6:55
    4/ Dust On The Keys                         (Franziska Oliver)       6:30
    5/ Feather Lite                             (Oliver)                 6:35
    6/ In The Dishroom (A Sad State Of Affairs) (Oliver)                11:00
    7/ Winter Day, Spring Night                 (Oliver)                 8:00
  
    Recorded at IRCAM, Paris on December 9 and 10, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Glenn Ferris: trombone; Jay Oliver: bass; Oliver
  Johnson: drums.

    1982 - Akono (Switzerland), 30-7-170 (LP)
    1984 - Konnex (Germany), ST-5003 (LP)

  Note: on the Konnex reissue, (3) is named:
        "Dance Of The Robot People (There's No Such Thing As An Ex-Actor)"
  Note: on the Konnex reissue, (7) is named "In The Winter Day, Spring Night".

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124 - HERBE DE L'OUBLI: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ Hooray For Herbie                        (Waldron)               17:10
    2/ Herbe De L'Oubli                         (Lacy)                  10:45
    3/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   6:25

    Recorded live at Dréher, Paris on August 15, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1983 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), Hat Musics 3515 (LP)
    1985 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2015 (2xLP)   

  Note: the 2xLP reissue is called HERBE DE L'OUBLI/SNAKE-OUT and also con-
  tains SNAKE-OUT (1982).

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*** - HERBE DE L'OUBLI/SNAKE-OUT: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

  This 2xLP combines both HERBE DE L'OUBLI (1983) and SNAKE-OUT (1982).

    ???? - Hat Hut Records (Switerland), hat ART 2015 (2xLP)

  See HERBE DE L'OUBLI (1983) and SNAKE-OUT (1982) for further references.

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125 - ETERNAL DUO: Masahiko Togashi, Steve Lacy

    1/ News From The Bells                      (Togashi)               11:18
    2/ Twilight                                 (Lacy)                   8:48
    3/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                   5:04
    4/ Little Black Bird                        (Togashi)                3:05
    5/ Retreat                                  (Lacy)                   9:39

    Recorded at King Studio, Tokyo (Japan) on October 22 and 23, 1981

  Masahiko Togashi: percussion; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1983 - Paddle Wheel/King (Japan), K28P 6219 (LP)

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126 - PROSPECTUS: Steve Lacy Seven

    1/ Stamps                                   (Lacy)                   6:50
    2/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                  11:30
    3/ The Whammies                             (Lacy)                   5:10
    4/ Prospectus                               (Lacy)                   6:00
    5/ The Dumps (take 1)                       (Lacy)                  17:10
    6/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                  22:40
    7/ The Dumps (take 2)                       (Lacy)                  15:35
    8/ Retreat                                  (Lacy)                   7:45

    Recorded at IRCAM Espace de Projection, Paris (France) on November 1 and
    2, 1982

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; George Lewis: trombone;
  Bobby Few: piano; Irène Aebi: cello, violin, vocal; Jean-Jacques Avenel:
  bass; Oliver Johnson: drums; Cyrille Few (6): percussion; Sherry Margolin
  (6,8): percussion.

    1983 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2001 (2xLP)
    1999 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 536 (CD)

  Note: the 1999 CD reissue is called CLICHES and three tracks are missing
  (4,7,8).

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127 - REGENERATION: Roswell Rudd 

    1/ Blue Chopsticks                          (Nichols)                6:17
    2/ 2300 Skiddoo                             (Nichols)                8:15
    3/ Twelve Bars                              (Nichols)                4:25
    4/ Monk's Mood                              (Monk)                   8:09
    5/ Friday The 13th                          (Monk)                   9:11
    6/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   4:08

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on June 25-26, 1982
  
  Roswell Rudd: trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano; Misha Mengelberg: piano; Kent
  Carter: bass; Han Bennink: drums.
    
    1983 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1054 (LP/CD)
    1993 or 1994 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1054 (CD)
    ???? - Soul Note (Italy), 121054-1 (LP)
    ???? - Soul Note (Italy), 121054-2 (CD)

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128 - SCOOP: Didier Levallet Octet

    1/ Steppenwolf                              (Levallet)               9:10
    2/ Sweet Lacy                               (Levallet)               5:00
    3/ Mémoires                                 (Levallet)               9:12
    4/ Azimuts, Parties 1-2-3                   (Levallet)              20:53

    Recorded in Angoulême, France at L'Ecole Nationale De Musique on March 11,
    1983
    (1) recorded on March 12, 1983

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Tony Coe: clarinet, tenor; Marc Charig: cornet, alto
  horn; Radu Malfatti: trombone; Gérard Bucquet: bass trombone, tuba; Gérard
  Marais: guitar; Didier Levallet: bass; Tony Oxley: drums.

    1983 - In And Out (France), IaO 1006 (LP)

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129 - BLINKS: Steve Lacy

  Disc 1:
    1/ Stamps					(Lacy)			 7:33
    2/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)			16:14
    3/ Prospectus				(Lacy)			 7:02
    4/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)			18:51
  Disc 2:
    5/ Three Points                             (Lacy)			14:20
    6/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)			23:19
    7/ The Whammies                             (Lacy)			14:44

    Recorded at the Rote Fabrick, Zürich (Switzerland) on February 12, 1983

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: cello, violin, 
  vocals; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums; Bobby Few (6): 
  piano.

    1984 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2006 (2xLP)
    1997 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat Art CD 2-6189 (2xCD)
    2011 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 697 (CD)

  Note: (1,3) were added on the 1997 (2xCD) reissue and are not available on
  the orginal 2xLP pressing.
  Note: the 2011 (1xCD) reissue is called BLINKS... ZÜRICH LIVE 1983 and only
  contains (1-4,6).

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130 - 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.

    9/ Ask Me Now                               (Monk)                   7:55
    13/ Evidence                                (Monk)                   3:31
    21/ Gallop's Gallop                         (Monk)                   2:49
    23/ Bemsha Swing                            (Monk)                   3:02

    Recorded at Mediasound Studio, New York in 1983

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse (9): tenor; Elvin Jones (13): drums; Gil 
  Evans (23): electric and acoustic pianos.

    1984 - A&M Records (USA), SP-6600 (2xLP)
    1984 - A&M Records (UK), AMLM 66600 (2xLP)
    ???? - A&M Records (USA?), CD - 6600 (CD)
    ???? - A&M Records (?), 396 600-2 (CD)
    ???? - A&M Records/Verve (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: recording information from Lindenmaier's 25 YEARS OF FISH HORN 
  RECORDING.
  Note: many tracks are missing on the 1xCD reissues; as far as Steve Lacy is
  concerned, only (21) is missing on the 1xCD reissue.
  Note: the 2xCD reissue has never been released (was announced for 2001).

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131 - THE BOW: Tchangodei

    1/ The Bow                                  (Tchangodei)             8:07
    2/ Growth Of Life                           (Tchangodei)             7:16
    3/ War-Dance                                (Tchangodei)             5:32
    4/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                   9:52
    5/ African Dance                            (Tchangodei)             9:49
    6/ Spirale                                  (Tchangodei)             4:02
    7/ [untitled]                               (Tchangodei)             4:53

    (1,2,4,5,7) recorded at Studio Davout, Paris on April 10, 1984

  Tchangodei: piano; Steve Lacy (1,2,4,5,7): soprano; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1984 - Volcanic Records (France), 13013 (LP)
    1999 - Volcanic Records (France), No 13013 (CD)

  Note: (7) is only available on the CD reissue, although undocumented.

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132 - THE WASP: Tchangodei, Steve Lacy

    1/ The Wasp                                                          6:50
    2/ High School                                                       7:55
    3/ Struggle                                                          4:48
    4/ African Song                                                      8:30
    5/ The Other Way                                                     8:13
    6/ Rolling                                                           8:33

    Recorded live in Lyon, France on April 9, 1984

  Tchangodei: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1984 - Volcanic Records (France), 15010 (LP)
    2001 - Volcanic Records (France), 15010 (CD)

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133 - ROVA PLAYS LACY: FAVORITE STREET: Rova Saxophone Quartet

    1/ The Dumps                                (arr. Andrew Voigt)      2:15
    2/ The Throes                               (arr. Larry Ochs)        4:34
    3/ Sidelines                                (arr. Jon Raskin)        5:12
    4/ Undone                                   (arr. Larry Ochs)        6:56
    5/ Beeline                                  (arr. Bruce Ackley)     10:33
    6/ Moon                                     (arr. Larry Ochs)        9:56
    7/ Snips                                    (arr. Larry Ochs)        3:10

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milano (Italy) on November 15-17, 1983
    Produced by Giovanni Bonandrini

  Jon Raskin: baritone, alto, clarinet; Larry Ochs: tenor, sopranino; Andrew
  Voigt: alto, soprano, flute, sopranino; Bruce Ackley: soprano, clarinet.

    1984 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0076 (LP)
    1989 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0076 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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134 - EXTENSION RED, WHITE & BLUE: The ICP Orchestra Performs Herbie Nichols

    1/ Houseparty Starting                      (Nichols)                7:44
    2/ Change Of Season                         (Nichols)                4:58
    3/ Spinning Song                            (Nichols)                4:36
    4/ Hangover Triangle                        (Nichols)                6:21
    5/ Step Tempest                             (Nichols)                5:28
    6/ 12 Bars                                  (Nichols)                4:58
    7/ 2300 Skiddoo                             (Nichols)                5:00
    8/ Terpsichore                              (Nichols)                7:20

    Recorded in Utrecht, Holland on May 12, 1984
    (4) recorded in Rotterdam, Holland on May 11, 1984

  Han Bennink: percussion; Sean Bergin: alto, tenor; Lari Fishkind: tuba; Toon 
  de Gouw: trumpet; Maurice Horsthuis: viola; Garret List: trombone; Steve 
  Lacy: soprano; Misha Mengelberg: piano; Michael Moore: clarinet, alto; Ernst
  Reijseger: cello; Paul Termos: alto; Wolter Wierbos: trombone.

    1985 - ICP (Netherlands), ICP 025 (CT)

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135 - CHANGE OF SEASON (MUSIC OF HERBIE NICHOLS): Misha Mengenberg, Steve 
  Lacy, George Lewis, Arjen Gorter, Han Bennink

    1/ House Party Starting                     (Nichols)                7:33
    2/ The Happenings                           (Nichols)                3:43
    3/ Step Tempest                             (Nichols)                4:31
    4/ Hangover Triangle                        (Nichols)                3:46
    5/ Change Of Season                         (Nichols)                6:42
    6/ Spinning Song                            (Nichols)                7:11
    7/ Terpsichore                              (Nichols)                4:33

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on July 2 and 3, 1984

  George Lewis: trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano; Misha Mengelberg: piano; Arjen 
  Gorter: bass; Han Bennink: drums.

    1985 - Soul Note (Italy), 121 104-2 (CD)
    1985 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1104 (CD)

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136 - FUTURITIES: Steve Lacy Nine

  Disc 1 (Futurities Part I)
    1/ Sad Advice                               (Creeley, Lacy)          3:25
    2/ The House                                (Creeley, Lacy)          4:39
    3/ Love Comes Quietly                       (Creeley, Lacy)          4:42
    4/ Old Song                                 (Creeley, Lacy)          5:37
    5/ The Warning                              (Creeley, Lacy)          4:00
    6/ Juggler's Thought                        (Creeley, Lacy)          4:10
    7/ Jack's Blues                             (Creeley, Lacy)          4:21
    8/ Mind's Heart                             (Creeley, Lacy)          3:58
    9/ Chanson                                  (Creeley, Lacy)          4:31
    10/ The End Of The Day                      (Creeley, Lacy)          5:59
  Disc 2 (Futurities Part II)
    11/ A Folk Song                             (Creeley, Lacy)          3:33
    12/ The Traveler                            (Creeley, Lacy)          3:34
    13/ Oh No                                   (Creeley, Lacy)          5:07
    14/ They Say                                (Creeley, Lacy)          4:03
    15/ Heaven                                  (Creeley, Lacy)          6:35
    16/ Train Going By                          (Creeley, Lacy)          4:27
    17/ The Eye                                 (Creeley, Lacy)          6:39
    18/ For No Clear Reason                     (Creeley, Lacy)          5:15
    19/ The Rhythm                              (Creeley, Lacy)          7:40
    20/ Night Time                              (Creeley, Lacy)          2:40

    Recorded November 19 & 20, 1984 at IRCAM, Paris and January 14-18, 1985
    at Studio Pfister, Berikon (Switzerland)

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; George Lewis: trombone;
  Gyde Knebusch: harp; Barry Wedgle: guitar; Irène Aebi: voice; Jef Gardner:
  piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums, gongs, glocken-
  spiel.

    1985 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2022 (2xLP)
    1989 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6031 (CD)
    1990 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6032 (CD)
 
  Note: the CD edition is sold as two separate CDs (FUTURITIES PART I (1989)
  and FUTURITIES PART II (1990)).

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137 - FUTURITIES: Steve Lacy

    1/ Train Going By                           (Creeley, Lacy)          4:20
    2/ Heaven                                   (Creeley, Lacy)          6:25

  Irène Aebi: vocals; Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; George
  Lewis: trombone; Gyde Knebusch: harp; Barry Wedgle: guitar; Jeff Gardner:
  piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums, gongs, glocken-
  spiel.

    1985 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART 2022 (45RPM 7")

  Note: extracts from the album FUTURITIES (hat ART 2022).

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138 - CHIRPS: Steve Lacy & Evan Parker

    1/ Full Scale                               (Lacy, Parker)          21:01
    2/ Relations                                (Lacy, Parker)          16:30
    3/ Twittering                               (Lacy, Parker)           4:10
    4/ Nocturnal Chirps 1                       (Lacy, Parker)           6:03
    5/ Nocturnal Chirps 2                       (Lacy, Parker)           5:39
    6/ Nocturnal Chirps 3                       (Lacy, Parker)           5:45

    Recorded live during "Summer Music", at "Haus Am Waldsee", Berlin (Germa-
    ny) on July 18, 1985
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Evan Parker: soprano.

    1985 - FMP (Germany), SAJ-53 (LP)
    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 29 (CD)

  Note: (4-6) are only available on the CD (they were allegedly recorded after
  the audience had left).

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139 - JUJU-DOUDOU: Dominique Cravic, Didier Roussin

    1/ Jujudoudou                               (Cravic)                 6:16
    2/ Piftje                                   (Pifarély)               7:50
    3/ Lang Occulte                             (Roussin)                4:30
    4/ Waltz Of The Demons                      (B. Little)              3:20
    5/ Du Bresil                                (Roussin)                4:08
    6/ Yellow Tango                             (Richard Twardzik)       4:15
    7/ B&S                                      (Cravic)                 4:13
    8/ Blue Story                               (Cravic)                 3:45
    9/ Sweet Eva Braun                          (Roussin)                3:00

    Recorded at Studios J.L. Witas, on September 22-24 and 29, 1985

  Dominique Cravic: guitars, vocals; Didier Roussin: guitars, dobro; Steve
  Lacy (4,8,9): soprano; Bobby Rangell (7): alto; Francis Varis (1,4,9):
  accordion; Dominique Pifarély (2,3,5,9): violin; Jean-Jacques Milteau (8,9):
  harmonicas; Olivier Blavet (8,9): harmonicas; Yves Torchinsky: contrabass;
  J.C. Jouy (4,6,7,9): drums; Jean-Michel Davis (1,2,8,9): drums.

    1985 - A&R (France), Zero 0 (LP)

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140 - SAXOPHONE DIPLOMACY: Rova

    1/ Flamingo Horizons                        (Raskin)                17:20
    2/ Sidelines                                (Lacy, arr. Raskin)      5:39
    3/ Paint Another Take Of The Shootpop       (Ochs)                  19:55
    4/ Escape From Zero Village                 (Ochs)                   5:17
    5/ The Throes                               (Lacy, arr. Ochs)        5:28
    6/ Strangeness                              (Raskin)                 9:42
    7/ Detente Or Detroit                       (Rova)                  24:40

    (1,3) recorded live in Moscow, Russia in June 1983
    (2,4) recorded live in Riga, Latvia in June 1983
    (5,6) recorded live in Craiova, Romania in June 1983

  Jon Raskin: baritone saxophone, alto, soprano, Bb clarinet; Larry Ochs:
  tenor, sopranino; Andrew Voigt: alto, soprano, sopranino, flutes; Bruce
  Ackley: soprano, Bb clarinet; Ivers Galenieks (7): bass; Vladimir Tarasov
  (7): percussion.

    1985 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland) hat ART 2013 (2xLP)
    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland) hat ART CD 6068 (CD)

  Note: (7) is only available on the 2xLP edition.
  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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141 - THE CONDOR: Steve Lacy

    1/ Morning Joy                      (Bob Kaufman, Lacy)              9:44
    2/ The Smile                        (Anna Akhmatova, Lacy)          11:10
    3/ The Condor                       (Franco Beltrametti, Lacy)       8:00
    4/ Rimane Poco                      (Nanni Balestrini, Lacy)         7:07
    5/ Volando Via                      (Nanni Balestrini, Lacy)         8:20

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on June 20, 21 and 24, 1985

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: vocals, violin;
  Bobby Few: piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1986 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1135 (LP)
    1986 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1135 (CD)

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142 - OUTINGS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Labyrinth (ded. to Giorgio De Chirico)   (Lacy)                  20:00
    2/ Island (dedicated to Max Ernst)          (Lacy)                  20:48

    Recorded in Rome, Italy on April 12 and 13, 1986

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1986 - ISMEZ (Italy), I.S. 25001 (LP)
    1991 - Nueva (Italy), NC 1012 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue is called LABYRINTH.

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143 - BURA-BURA: Masahiko Togashi

    1/ Bura Bura                                (Togashi)               12:10
    2/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                  12:28
    3/ Contrast                                 (Togashi)               11:29
    4/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                  12:09

    Recorded live at Yubin Chokin Hall, Tokyo (Japan) on May 14, 1986

  Masahiko Togashi: drums; Steve Lacy: soprano; Don Cherry: pocket trumpet,
  piano, vocal; Dave Holland: bass.

    1986 - Presence/Pan Music (Japan), ALZ-28006 (LP)

  Note: see also the following CD editions of BURA-BURA.

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*** - BURA-BURA: Masahiko Togashi

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                  11:07
    2/ Contrast                                 (Togashi)               11:35
    3/ I Speak To The Star Last Night           (Togashi)               11:44
    4/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                  12:40
    5/ Luna Turk                                (Gian Piero Pramaggiore) 5:06
    6/ Bura Bura                                (Togashi)               12:16
    7/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                  12:16
    8/ Mopti                                    (Cherry)                 5:12
    9/ Quakes                                   (Lacy)                  11:15
    10/ Spiritual Nature                        (Togashi)               17:57

  Masahiko Togashi: drums; Steve Lacy: soprano; Don Cherry: pocket trumpet,
  piano, vocal; Dave Holland: bass.

    1986 - Pan Music (Japan), 50XB-107~8 (2xCD)
    1986 - Pan Music (France), PMC 1103 (CD)
    2002 - VACM (Japan), VACM-1156 (2xCD)

  Note: (1-5) are only available on the 2xCD edition.
  Note: (10) is titled "Spiriture" on the CD edition.

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144 - LET'S CALL THIS: Mal Waldron, Steve Lacy

    1/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   9:35
    2/ Round Midnight                           (Monk)                  13:05
    3/ Deep Endeavors                           (Waldron)               12:50
    4/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                  10:30
    5/ I Feel A Draft                           (Lacy)                  10:30
    6/ The Peak                                 (Lacy)                  16:50
    7/ Let's Call This                          (Monk)                   6:40
    8/ Well You Needn't                         (Monk)                   7:40
    9/ The Seagulls Of Kristiansund             (Waldron)                9:30

    Recorded live at Dréher, Paris (France) on August 13-15, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano; Enrico Rava (1): trumpet. 

    1986 - Hat Hut Records, hat ART 2038 (2xLP)

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145 - HOCUS-POCUS: Steve Lacy Solo

    1/ Hubris                                   (Lacy)                   6:15
    2/ Hallmark                                 (Lacy)                   7:51
    3/ Hurtles                                  (Lacy)                   5:54
    4/ Hustles                                  (Lacy)                   8:34
    5/ Hocus-Pocus                              (Lacy)                   5:52
    6/ The Heebie-Jeebies                       (Lacy)                   6:00

    Recorded at Salve Mater, Flanders on December 27-28, 1985
    Produced by Wim Mertens

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1986 - Les Disques Du Crépuscule, TWI 683 (LP)
    1990 - Les Disques Du Crépuscule, TWI 683-2 (CD)

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146 - MUSIC MAKERS: Helen Merrill

    1/ Round About Midnight                     (Monk, Williams)         4:54
    2/ Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child                          4:27
    3/ A Tout Choisir                           (J. Holmes)              2:07
    4/ When Lights Are Low                      (B. Carter, S. Williams) 3:25
    5/ And Still She Is With Me                 (G. Beck)                4:50
    6/ Music Makers                             (T. Zito, H. Merrill)    3:10
    7/ Laura                                    (D. Raskin, J. Mercer)   4:26
    8/ As Time Goes By                          (H. Hupfeld)             5:20
    9/ A Girl In Calico                         (A. Schwartz)            3:50
    10/ Solitude                                (Ellington, De Lange, 
                                                Mills)                   3:36
    11/ Lady Be Good                            (G. & I. Gershwin)       3:37
    12/ Nuages                                  (D. Reinhardt)           3:57

    Recorded at Ramses Studio, Paris in March 1986

  Helen Merrill: vocal; Gordon Beck: piano, electric piano; Steve Lacy: 
  soprano; Stéphane Grappelli: violin.

    1986 - OWL Records (France), 044 (LP)
    1986 - OWL Records (France), 044 (CD)
    1995 - OWL Records (France), 7897732 (CD)
    2001 (?) - Owl/Universal (France), 014 729 2 (CD)
    2003 - Sunnyside/Owl (USA), SSC 3512 (CD)

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147 - SOLO: Steve Lacy

    1/ Pannonica + Humph			(Monk)			 7:17
    2/ Misterioso				(Monk)			 4:58
    3/ Little Rootie-Tootie			(Monk)			 4:37
    4/ Who Knows				(Monk)			 3:21
    5/ The Mantle				(Lacy)			 9:00
    6/ Wickets					(Lacy)			 5:59
    7/ Hallmark					(Lacy)			 6:19

    Recorded at Space Who, Japan on May 22, 1986

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1986 - no label (Japan), no number (LP)

  Note: private recording with limited edition of 99 copies.

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148 - APRIL U BEOGRADU: various artists

  This tape features Joëlle Léandre (1-7) and David Thomas & The Wooden Birds
  (8-15).

  Side 1: Joëlle Léandre
    1/ Valentine				(Jacob Druckman)
    2/ Témoignage				(Joëlle Léandre)
    3/ Episode Huittième			(Betsy Jolas)
    4/ Taxi					(Joëlle Léandre)
    5/ Vêtement					(Steve Lacy)
    6/ C'Est Bien La Nuit			(Giacinto Scelsi)
    7/ The Wonderful Widow Of Eighteen Springs	(John Cage)
  Side 2: David Thomas & The Wooden Birds
    8/ What Happened To Me
    9/ Happy To See You
    10/ Red Tin Bus
    11/ Monster Thinks Of The Good Days
    12/ Pedestrian Walk/Codex
    13/ Street Waves/Non Alignment Pact
    14/ Sloop John B
    15/ Coffee Train/Modern Dance/About True Friends

    (1-7) recorded at Paviljon Cvijete Zuzoric on April 8, 1986
    (8-15) recorded at SKC on April 27, 1986

  Joëlle Léandre (1-7): bass, glass; David Thomas (8-15): vocals, harmonica;
  Alan Ravenstine (8-15): EMI, synthesizer; George Cartwright (8-15): saxopho-
  nes; Tony Maimone (8-15): bass; Daved Hild (8-15): drums.

    1986 (?) - Nikad Robom (Yugoslavia), NR 003 (CT)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this tape.

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149 - JUMPIN' PUNKINS: Cecil Taylor

    1/ Jumpin' Punkins (Take 6)                 (Mercer Ellington)       8:12
    2/ O. P. (Take 1)                           (Buell Neidlinger)       7:27
    3/ I Forgot (Take 1)                        (Taylor)                 8:28
    4/ Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Take 3)
                                                (Duke Ellington)         8:54
    
    (1,4) recorded at Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, New York on January 10, 
    1961
    (2,3) recorded at Nola's Penthouse Sound Studios, New York on January 9, 
    1961

  Cecil Taylor: piano; Clark Terry (1,4): trumpet; Roswell Rudd (1,4): trom-
  bone; Steve Lacy (1,4): soprano; Archie Shepp (1,3,4): tenor; Charles Davis
  (1,4): baritone saxophone; Buell Neidlinger: bass; Billy Higgins (1,4): 
  drums; Dennis Charles (2,3): drums.
 
    1987 - Candid (USA), 9013 (LP)
    1987 - Candid (USA?), CD 9013 (CD)
    2003 (?) - Candid (USA), CD 79013 (CD)
    2004 - Candid (UK), CCD 79013 (CD)

  Note: this music is also on THE COMPLETE CANDID RECORDINGS OF CECIL TAYLOR 
  AND BUELL NEIDLINGER (1989).
  Note: The music was previously released on a bootleg basis in Japan.

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150 - ARTIST'S CHOICE: Gary Burton

    1/ Careful                                                           4:08
    2/ Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)                                  4:39
    3/ Norwegian Wood                                                    3:22
    4/ I Want You                                                        3:26
    5/ Faded Love                                                        3:19
    6/ Ballet                                                            4:55
    7/ General Mono's Well Laid Plan                                     4:59
    8/ I'm Your Pal                                                      3:04
    9/ June The 15th, 1967                                               4:51
    10/ Fanfare / Mother of the Dead Man                                 2:51
    11/ Interlude: Lament / Intermission Music                           4:27
    12/ Blue Comedy                                                      8:53
    13/ The Sunset Bell                                                  5:08
    14/ And On The Third Day                                             4:02
    15/ True Or False                                                    1:43
    16/ Country Roads                                                    5:04

    Recorded between 1963 and 1968

  Gary Burton: leader, vibes, piano, marimba; Jim Hall (1): guitar; Chuck
  Israels (1): bass; Larry Bunker (1,2): drums; Steve Swallow (2,4,6-16): 
  bass; Steve Marcus (4): tenor, soprano; Ray Edenton (4-5): rhythm guitar; 
  Henry Strzelecki (4-5): bass; Ken Buttrey (4-5): drums; Buddy Spicher (5): 
  fiddle; Thomas Martin (5): electric guitar; Buddy Emmons (5): steel guitar;
  Larry Coryell (6-13): guitar; Roy Haynes (6-8,14-16): drums; Bob Moses 
  (9-13): drums; Steve Lacy (10): soprano; Michael Mantler (10): trumpet; Gato
  Barbieri (10): tenor; Jimmy Knepper (10): trombone; Howard Johnson (10): 
  tuba, baritone saxophone; Carla Bley (10-11): piano, conductor; Jerry Hahn
  (14-16): guitar.

    1987 - RCA (USA), RCA 6280 (CD) 
 
  Note: the track with Steve Lacy was taken from A GENUINE TONG FUNERAL 
  (1967).

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151 - DEADLINE: Steve Lacy, Ulrich Gumpert

    1/ Art                                      (Lacy)                  11:18
    2/ I Feel A Draft                           (Lacy)                   7:23
    3/ Blues                                    (Lacy)                   9:24
    4/ Deadline                                 (Lacy)                  13:09

    Recorded live at the Planet, Brussels (Belgium) on March 20, 1985

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Ulrich Gumpert: piano.

    1987 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas 013 (LP)
    1989 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS CD 013 (CD)

  Note: the vinyl pressing was recorded at wrong speed; the CD pressing was 
  not fixed and so exhibits the same problem...

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152 - SOMEBODY SPECIAL: Tiziana Ghiglioni

    1/ Somebody Special                         (Lacy, Gysin)            9:36
    2/ For All We Know                          (Coots, Lewis, Feist)    7:41
    3/ Quiet Children                           (D'Andrea, Ghiglioni)    6:30
    4/ Italian Walk                             (D'Andrea)              11:19
    5/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   6:37
    6/ Come Sunday                              (Duke Ellington)         5:58
    
    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on April 28 and 29, 1986

  Tiziana Ghiglioni: vocals; Steve Lacy: soprano; Franco D'Andrea: piano; 
  Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1156 (LP) 
    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1156 (CD)

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153 - ONLY MONK: Steve Lacy

    1/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   3:42
    2/ Humph                                    (Monk)                   3:29
    3/ Eronel                                   (Monk)                   4:38
    4/ Pannonica                                (Monk)                   5:48
    5/ Little Rootie-Tootie                     (Monk)                   4:23
    6/ Misterioso                               (Monk)                   5:49
    7/ Work                                     (Monk)                   7:16
    8/ Light Blue                               (Monk)                   4:18
    9/ Who Knows?                               (Monk)                   5:07

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on July 29-31, 1985

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1160 (LP)
    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), 121160-1 (LP)
    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), 121 160-2 (CD)

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154 - SEMPRE AMORE: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ Johnny Come Lately                       (Strayhorn)              6:40
    2/ Prelude To A Kiss                        (Ellington, Gordon)      5:32
    3/ Stars Crossed Lovers                     (Strayhorn, Ellington)   4:30
    4/ To The Bitter                            (Ellington)              5:17
    5/ Azure                                    (Ellington, Mills)       4:17
    6/ Sempre Amore                             (Ellington)              4:42
    7/ A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing             (Strayhorn)              5:14
    8/ Smada                                    (Strayhorn, Ellington)   7:02

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on February 17, 1986 

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1170 (LP)
    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1170 (CD)
    1987 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1170 (CT)
    1987 - Soul Note, 121 170-2 (CD)

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155 - THE KISS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Monk's Dream                             (Monk)			 5:11
    2/ Misterioso                               (Monk)			 6:01
    3/ The Crust                                (Lacy)			 6:14
    4/ Coastline                                (Lacy)			 7:01
    5/ Morning Joy                              (Lacy)			 6:59
    6/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)			 9:02
    7/ The Kiss                                 (Lacy)			 7:30

    Recorded live at the Higasi Kumin Bunka Center, Hiroshima (Japan) on May
    24, 1986

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1987 - Lunatic (Japan), 002 (LP)

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156 - THE GLEAM: Steve Lacy Sextet

    1/ Gay Paree Bop                            (Lacy)                   9:00
    2/ Napping (take 1)                         (Lacy)                   8:57
    3/ The Gleam                                (Lacy)                   7:00
    4/ As Usual                                 (Lacy)                  12:12
    5/ Keepsake                                 (Lacy)                  10:22
    6/ Napping (take 2)                         (Lacy)                   9:20

    Recorded at Sound Ideas Studio, New York on July 16-18, 1986
    Produced by Steve Lacy

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: vocals, violin;
  Bobby Few: piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1987 - Silkheart (Sweden), SHLP-102 (LP)
    1987 - Silkheart (Sweden), SHCD-102 (CD)

  Note: (6) is only available on the CD edition.

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157 - ONE FELL SWOOP: Steve Lacy Quartet

    1/ One Fell Swoop (take 2)                  (Lacy)                   7:47
    2/ Ode To Lady Day                          (Tyler)                  7:30
    3/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                   9:41
    4/ Keepsake                                 (Lacy)                  10:25
    5/ The Adventures Of                        (Tyler)                  7:12
    6/ Friday The Thirteenth                    (Monk)                   4:49
    7/ One Fell Swoop (take 1)                  (Lacy)                   7:07

    Recorded at the Paris Institut De Recherche Et Coordination Acoustique/
    Musique (IRCAM), Paris on June 13-15, 1986
    Produced by Steve Lacy

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Charles Tyler: baritone saxophone, alto; Jean-Jacques
  Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1987 - Silkheart (Sweden), SHLP-103 (LP) 
    1987 - Silkheart (Sweden), SHCD-103 (CD)

  Note: (7) is only on the CD edition.

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158 - MOMENTUM: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Bath                                 (Lacy)                  13:03
    2/ The Gaze                                 (Lacy)                  11:10
    3/ Utah                                     (Lacy, Giulia Niccolai)  6:58
    4/ Art                                      (Lacy, H. Melville)      8:56
    5/ Momentum                                 (Lacy)                   7:58
    6/ The Song                                 (Lacy, Gysin)           15:02

    Recorded at Family Sound, Paris on May 20-22, 1987 
    Produced by Ed Michel

  Steve Lacy: soprano, tambourine; Steve Potts: alto, soprano, tambourine;
  Bobby Few: piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums; Irène
  Aebi: vocals, violin, cello.

    1987 - Novus (EEC), PL83021 (LP)
    1987 - Novus (EEC), PD83021 (CD)
    1987 - Novus (USA), 3021-1-N (LP)
    1987 - Novus (USA), 3021-2-N (CD)

  Note: (2) and (3) are only available on the CD edition.

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159 - YOUR TONIGHT IS MY TOMORROW: Eric Watson

    1/ Punching Paich Patch                     (Watson)                 9:30
    2/ Walking Duet                             (Watson)                 6:30
    3/ Tag Zone                                 (Watson, Scott)          4:10
    4/ The Girl Who Never Sang                  (Watson)                 4:40
    5/ Last Request                             (Watson)                 8:00
    6/ Situation Tragedy                        (Watson)                 5:10
    7/ Your Tonight Is My Tomorrow              (Watson)                 7:00

    Recorded in Paris on May 23 & 24, 1987
    Produced by Jean-Jacques Pussiau and François Lemaire

  Eric Watson: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Jean-Paul Céléa: bass; Aaron Scott:
  drums.

    1987 - OWL (France), Owl 047 (LP)
    1987 - OWL (France), OWL047CD (CD)

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160 - LIVE AT SWEET BASIL: The Super Quartet Of Mal Waldron Featuring Steve 
  Lacy

    1/ What It Is                               (Waldron)               12:20
    2/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)       10:53
    3/ Snake Out                                (Waldron)               15:23
    4/ Let's Call This                          (Thelonious Monk)        7:25

    Recorded live during the 6th Greenwich Village Jazz Festival at Sweet 
    Basil, New York City on August 28 and 29, 1987
    Produced by Horst Liepolt and Shigeyuki Kawashima

  Mal Waldron: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Reggie Workman: bass; Eddie Moore: 
  drums

    1987 - King Records (Japan), 240E 6836 (CD)
    1989 - Paddle Wheel, K28P 6471 (CD/LP)
    1989 - Paddle Wheel (Bellaphon?) (Japan), K32Y 6208 (CD)
    1992 - Evidence (USA), ECD 22032-2 (CD) 

  Note: the Evidence reissue is called THE SUPER QUARTET LIVE AT SWEET BASIL.

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161 - EXPLORATIONS: Subroto Roy Chowdhury, Steve Lacy

    1/ Saxoraga                                 (Lacy, Ray, Martin)     10:19
    2/ Spontaneity                              (SRC, SR, PM)           11:32
    3/ Explorations                             (SL, SRC, SR, PM)       22:33

    Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) on April 21 and 22, 1987

  Subroto Roy Chowdhury: sitar; Steve Lacy: soprano; Shibsankar Ray: tabla;
  Patricia Martin: tanpura.

    1987 - Jazz Point (Germany), JP 1020 (LP)
    1987 - Jazz Point (Germany), jp 1020 (CD)

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*** - NEW MOVEMENTS IN JAZZ: various artists

  This 4xLP set features ICP Orchestra & Guest soloists, Contraband, New
  Klookabilities, Maarten Altena Octet.

  Program 1: ICP Orchestra & Guest soloists
    1/ Gig                                      (Nichols, Mengelberg)    9:50
    2/ Houseparty Starting                      (Nichols, Mengelberg)    5:35
    3/ Blue Chopsticks                          (Nichols, Mengelberg)    3:38
    4/ Change Of Season                         (Nichols, Mengelberg)    5:44
    5/ Happenings                               (Nichols, Mengelberg)    5:26
    6/ Hangover Triangle                        (Nichols, Mengelberg)    9:13
    7/ Step Tempest                             (Nichols, Mengelberg)    4:38
    8/ 12 Bars                                  (Nichols, Mengelberg)    6:45

    Recorded at Meervaart, Amsterdam on August 13, 1983

  George Lewis: trombone; Steve Lacy: soprano; Kent Carter: bass; Misha 
  Mengelberg: piano; Han Bennink: drums; Michael Moore: reeds; Sean Bergin:
  reeds; Paul Termos: reeds; Wolter Wierbos: trombone; Garret List: trombone;
  Larry Fishkind: tuba; Maurice Hortsthuis: viola; Ernst Reijseger: cello.

    1987 (?) - Radio Netherlands Transcription Service, 87.073-6 (4xLP)

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162 - THE JAGUAR SESSIONS: Steve Lacy

  This record contains both JAZZ-IDIOM and PROGRESSIVE DIXIELAND by The Dick
  Sutton Sextet plus extra takes of the Jaguar sessions.

  Side 1
    1/ Avalon (take 1)                          (Jolson, Rose)           2:46
    2/ Softly As A Morning Sunrise (take 1)     (Hammerstein, Romberg)   2:53
    3/ I'm Coming Virginia (take 1)             (Heywood, Cook)          3:16
    4/ I Would Do Almost Anything For You (tk 1)(Claude Hopkins)         2:23
    5/ Liza (take 1)                            (Rubens, Condon)         2:05
    6/ How About You (take 2)                   (Freed, Lane)            3:08
    7/ You're Lucky To Me (take 2)              (Black, Razaf)           2:35
    8/ Peg O'My Heart (take 2)                  (Bryan, Fisher)          2:26
  Side 2
    9/ As Long As I Live (take 4)               (Arlen, Koehler)         3:39
    10/ My Old Flame (take 3)                   (Johnston, Coslow)       2:44
    11/ A Foggy Day (take 4)                    (Gershwin, Gershwin)     2:54
    12/ Let's Get Away From It All (take 3)     (Dennis, Adair)          3:27
    13/ Ibid (aka I Bid) (take 2)               (Dick Sutton)            2:39
    14/ Love Me Or Leave Me (take 3)            (Donaldson, Kahn)        2:34
    15/ Footnote (aka Fortunate, #13) (take 3)  (Dick Sutton)            3:08
    16/ Sunday (take 1)                         (Coots, Grey)            2:54
  Side 3
    17/ As Long As I Live (take 2)              (Arlen, Koehler)         3:49
    18/ As Long As I Live (take 3)              (Arlen, Koehler)         3:54
    19/ A Foggy Day (take 1)                    (Gershwin, Gershwin)     3:23
    20/ A Foggy Day (take 2)                    (Gershwin, Gershwin)     3:25
    21/ A Foggy Day (take 3)                    (Gershwin, Gershwin)     3:24
    22/ Let's Get Away From It All (take 1)     (Dennis, Adair)          3:22
    23/ Let's Get Away From It All (take 2)     (Dennis, Adair)          3:20
    24/ Ibid (aka I Bid) (take 1)               (Dick Sutton)            2:43
  Side 4
    25/ Love Me Or Leave Me (take 1)            (Donaldson, Kahn)        3:12
    26/ Love Me Or Leave Me (take 2)            (Donaldson, Kahn)        3:10
    27/ Footnote (aka Fortunate, #13) (take 1)  (Dick Sutton)            3:37
    28/ Footnote (aka Fortunate, #13) (take 2)  (Dick Sutton)            3:08
    29/ Sunday (take 2)                         (Coots, Grey)            2:55
    30/ Sunday (take 3)                         (Coots, Grey)            2:54
    31/ You're Lucky To Me (take 1)             (Black, Razaf)           2:37
    32/ Jazz Me Blues (breakdown)               (Tom Delaney)            2:49

    Recorded at Mastertone Recording Studios, New York in 1954
   
  On (1-8,31)
  Dick Sutton: trumpet; Rai Anderson: trombone; Steve Lacy: clarinet, soprano;
  Don Sitterlex: baritone saxophone; Mark Trail: bass; Bill DeHay: drums.

  On (9,10-30,32(?))
  Dick Sutton: trumpet; John Welch: trombone; Steve Lacy: clarinet, soprano;
  Frank Caputo: baritone saxophone; Mark Trail: bass; Bill DeHay: drums.

    1986 - Fresco Jazz (USA), FJ 1 (2xLP)

  Note: liner notes are by Francis Davis and Steve Lacy.

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163 - CELL WALK FOR CELESTE: Cecil Taylor

    1/ Cell Walk For Celeste (Take 1)           (Taylor)                11:23
    2/ Davis (Take 1)                           (Neidlinger)             3:10
    3/ Section C (Take 1)                       (Taylor)                10:17
    4/ Jumpin' Punkins (Take 4)                 (M. Ellington)           8:08
    5/ Jumpin' Punkins (Take 5)                 (M. Ellington)           8:11
    6/ Davis (Take 3)                           (Taylor)                 5:13
    7/ Cell Walk For Celeste (Take 3)           (Taylor)                 9:44

    Recorded at Nola's Penthouse Studios, New York City on January 9, 1961
    (4,5) recorded at Nola's Penthouse Studios, New York City on January 10, 
    1961

  Archie Shepp: tenor; Cecil Taylor (1,3-5,7): piano; Buell Neidlinger: bass;
  Dennis Charles (1,3,7): drums; Clark Terry (4,5): trumpet; Roswell Rudd (4,
  5): trombone; Steve Lacy (4,5): soprano; Charles Davis (4,5): baritone 
  saxophone; Billy Higgins (4,5): drums.

    1988 - Candid (USA), 9034 (LP)
    1988 - Candid (USA), CCD 79034 (CD)

  Note: this music is also on THE COMPLETE CANDID RECORDINGS OF CECIL TAYLOR
  AND BUELL NEIDLINGER (1989).

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164 - TWO PROGRAMS: HERBIE NICHOLS/THELONIOUS MONK: ICP Orchestra

  The ICP Orchestra performs: program 1 Herbie Nichols, program 2 Thelonious
  Monk.

  Nichols' program:  
    8/ House Party Starting                     (Nichols)                7:49
    9/ Change Of Season                         (Nichols)                5:01
    10/ 2300 Skidoo                             (Nichols)                7:01
    11/ Spinning Song                           (Nichols)                4:38
    12/ Hangover Triangle                       (Nichols)                5:58
    13/ Step Tempest                            (Nichols)                4:42
    
    Recorded in Rotterdam, Holland on May 12, 1984 and in Utrecht, Holland on
    May 12, 1984

  Sean Bergin: alto; Michael Moore: clarinet, alto; Maurice Horthuis: viola;
  Toon de Gouw: trumpet; Han Bennink: drums; Ernst Reijseger: cello; Paul 
  Termos: alto; Steve Lacy: soprano; Larry Fishkind: tuba; Misha Mengelberg: 
  piano; Wolter Wierbos: trombone; Garret List: trombone.

    1988 - ICP (Netherlands), ICP 026 (CD)
    2006 (?) - ICP (Netherlands), ICP 026 (CD)
  
  Note: (8,9,11) are already available on EXTENSION RED, WHITE & BLUE (1985).
  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on the Monk's tracks.

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165 - ABOUT YESTERDAY'S EZZTHETICS: Franz Koglmann

    1/ Ezz-Thetic                               (Russell)                7:00
    2/ Crepuscule with Nellie (take 1)          (Monk)                   5:20
    3/ Last Night 1 (Night in Tunisia)          (Gillespie)              3:29
    4/ Misterioso                               (Monk)                   5:08
    5/ Stratusphunk                             (Russell)                5:43
    6/ Schilflied 1                             (Koglmann)               0:30
    7/ Schilflied 2                             (Koglmann)               0:31
    8/ Schilflied 3                             (Koglmann)               0:34
    9/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                   6:51
    10/ Crepuscule with Nellie (take 2)         (Monk)                   2:45
    11/ Last Night 2 (Night in Tunisia)         (Gillespie)              4:21
    12/ Trio                                    (Arcari)                 4:23
    13/ St. Thomas                              (Rollins)                1:41
    14/ They Say It's Wonderful (Over The Rainbow)
                                                (Berlin, Arlen)          4:22
    15/ Yesterdays                              (Kern)                   8:03

    Recorded at the Oesterreichische Phonothek, Vienna (Austria) on April 
    23-25, 1987

  Franz Koglmann: flugelhorn, trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Mario Arcari: 
  oboe; Klaus Koch: bass; Fritz Hauser: cymbals, snare, hi-hat.

    1988 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6003 (CD)

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166 - KIMUS #1: various artists

  This record features Franz Koglmann, News For Lulu, and George Gruntz 
  Concert Band.

  Steve Lacy plays on four tracks with Franz Koglman:

    1/ Yesterdays (take 2)                      (Kern)                   8:12
    2/ Caravan                                  (Tizol, Ellington, 
                                                Mills)                   4:15
    3/ Crepuscule With Nelle (take 1)           (Monk)                   5:21
    4/ Ezz-thetic (take 2)                      (Russell)                7:01

    1988 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), 6000 (limited edition of 999 CD)

  See ABOUT YESTERDAY'S EZZTHETICS (1988) for the lineup.

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167 - NOVUS SAMPLER '88: various artists

  This record features music by Elements, Night Ark, Liz Story, Juan Martin,
  Michael Shrieve & Steve Roach, Clyde Criner, Alex De Grassi, Amina Claudine
  Myers, James Moody, Hilton Ruiz, Henry Threadgill, Steve Lacy, Adam 
  Makowicz.

    12/ The Bath                                (Lacy)                   4:13

    Recorded at Family Sound, Paris on May 20-22, 1987

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: soprano; Irène Aebi: violin; Bobby Few:
  piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1988 - Novus, 3039-1-N (LP)

  Note: this is a specially shortened version from MOMENTUM (1987). 

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168 - THE WINDOW: Steve Lacy Trio

    1/ The Window                               (Lacy)                   8:02
    2/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                   7:00
    3/ Twilight                                 (Lacy)                   9:14
    4/ The Gleam                                (Lacy)                   8:23
    5/ A Complicated Scene                      (Mary Frazee, Lacy)      8:48
    6/ Retreat                                  (Lacy)                   7:04

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studios, Milan (Italy) on July 30-31, 1987

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Jean-Jacques Avenel (1,2,4-6): bass; Oliver Johnson:
  drums.

    1988 - Soul Note (Italy), 121 185-1 (LP)
    1988 - Soul Note (Italy), 121 185-2 (CD)
    1988 - Soul Note (Italy), 121 185-4 (CT)

  Note: the track description is the corrected one (many mistakes in the one
  provided on the CD). 

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169 - COLLABORATION: Helen Merrill, Gil Evans

    1/ Summertime                               (Gershwin)               4:27
    9/ Anyplace I Hang My Hat Is Home           (Arlen, Mercer)          4:55

    Recorded in New York City on August 25, 1987

  Helen Merrill: vocal; Steve Lacy: soprano; Danny Bank: flute, bass clarinet;
  Phil Budner: flute, alto flute, bass clarinet; Jerry Dodgion: flute, sopra-
  no; Chris Hunter: flute, clarinet, oboe; Wally Kane: bass clarinet, bassoon;
  Jimmy Knepper: trombone; Gil Goldstein: piano, keyboards; Joe Beck: guitar;
  Buster Williams: bass; Mel Lewis: drums.

    1988 - Emarcy (USA), 834 205-2 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on the other tracks.

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170 - LIVE IN BUDAPEST: Steve Lacy, Steve Potts

    1/ Prospectus                               (Lacy)                   6:22
    2/ The Crust Sands - Stand                  (Lacy)                   5:00
    3/ The Gleam                                (Lacy)                   8:34
    4/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                  11:15
    5/ Morning Joy                              (Lacy)                   8:54

    Recorded at Közgáz Jazz Club, Budapest (Hungary) on October 11, 1987

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano.

    1988 - West Wind (Germany), 011 (LP)
    1988 - ITM (Germany), ITM 2011 (CD)
    ???? - West Wind (Germany), WW 2011 (CD)

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171 - THE AMIENS CONCERT: Eric Watson, Steve Lacy, John Lindberg

    1/ Daughter Of Darkness                     (Watson)                 6:08
    2/ New Canaan Con Man                       (Watson)                 8:51
    3/ Juggernaut                               (Watson)                 9:33
    4/ Holding                                  (Lacy)                   8:46
    5/ The Terrace                              (Lindberg)               7:52
    6/ Substance Abuse                          (Watson)                 5:19

    Recorded at La Maison de la Culture d'Amiens, Amiens (France) on November 
    26-28, 1987

  Steve Lacy (1-5): soprano; Eric Watson: piano; John Lindberg: bass.

    1988 - Label Bleu (France), LBL 6512 (LP)
    1988 - Label Bleu (France), LBLC 6512 (CD)

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172 - PARIS BLUES: Gil Evans, Steve Lacy

    1/ Reincarnation Of A Lovebird              (Mingus)                 7:05
    2/ Paris Blues                              (Ellington)              5:17
    3/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                   9:07
    4/ Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress Then Blue Silk
                                                (Mingus)                14:42
    5/ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat                     (Mingus)                 8:42
    6/ Jelly Roll                               (Evans)                  5:43
    7/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                   8:54

    Recorded at Family Sound Studios, Paris on November 30 and December 1, 
    1987

  Gil Evans: acoustic and electric piano; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1988 - OWL Records (France), 049 (LP)
    1988 - OWL Records (France), R2 79247 (CD)
    1988 - OWL Records (France), ??? (CT)
    2001 - Owl/Universal (France), 013 429 2 (CD)
    2003 - Sunnyside/Owl (USA), SSC 3505 (CD)

  Note: (6,7) are only available on the CD pressing.

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173 - CANDID JAZZ: various artists

  This records features Coleman Hawkins/Pee Wee Russell (1), Roy Eldridge (2), 
  Lucky Thompson (3), Benny Bailey (4), Clark Terry (5), Toshiko/Mariano (6), 
  Don Ellis (7), Richard Williams (8), Abbey Lincoln/Max Roach (9), Booker 
  Little (10), Booker Ervin (11), Steve Lacy (12), Cecil Taylor (13), Charles 
  Mingus (14).

    12/ Criss Cross                             (Monk)                   5:44

    1988 - Candid (Germany), CCD 79000 (CD)

  See THE STRAIGHT HORN OF STEVE LACY (1961) for further references.

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174 - THE COMPLETE CANDID RECORDINGS OF CECIL TAYLOR AND BUELL NEIDLINGER

  The three tracks on which Steve Lacy appears are available on other records.

    21/ Jumpin' Punkins (Take 4)                                         8:05
    22/ Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Take 1)                      10:04
    23/ Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Take 3)                       8:53
  
  Cecil Taylor: piano; Buell Neidlinger: bass; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charles
  Davis: baritone saxophone; Clark Terry: trumpet; Roswell Rudd: trombone;
  Billy Higgins: drums, tympani.

    1989 - Mosaic (USA), MR6-127 (6xLP)
    1989 - Mosaic (USA), MD4-127 (4xCD)

  See CELL WALK FOR CELESTE (1988) for further references on (21).
  See NEW YORK CITY R & B (1971)   for further references on (22).
  See JUMPIN' PUNKINS (1987)       for further references on (23).

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175 - MY COUNTRY: Celestial Communication Orchestra

    1/ My Country                               (Silva)                 68:00

    Recorded live at the Festival de Musique Contemporaine de Royan, France in
    January 1971

  Alan Silva: violin, sarangi, electrical-acoustical bow, electrical-acousti-
  cal spring; Anthony Braxton: alto, soprano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Becky
  Friend: flute, alto; Robin Kenyatta: alto; Ronnie Beer: alto; Hugh Levick:
  tenor; Lubomir Tamaskovic: tenor; Jouck Minor: baritone; Bernard Vitet:
  trumpet, French horn; Ambrose Jackson: trumpet; Oché Ray Stephens: trumpet;
  Noel McGuee: drums, percussion; Jerome Cooper: drums, percussion; Bob Reid:
  bass; Kent Carter: bass; Beb Guérin: bass; François Tusques: piano, organ,
  celesta; David Horowitz: piano; Robert Wood: vibes.

    1989 - Leo Records (France), LR 302 (CD) 

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176 - IMAGE: Steve Lacy, Steve Argüelles

    1/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   5:53
    2/ Image                                    (Lacy)                   9:12
    3/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                   7:41
    4/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                   6:39
    5/ Art                                      (Lacy)                   5:31
    6/ Twilight                                 (Lacy)                   6:58
    7/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                   9:55

    Recorded at the Bluecoat, Liverpool (UK) on October 16, 1987 
    Produced by Nick Purnell

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Argüelles: drums.

    1989 - Ah-Um Music (UK), AH-UM001 (CD)

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177 - VOICES: Togashi, Lacy, Avenel

    1/ Door                                     (Lacy)                   8:43
    2/ Orange                                   (Togashi)                8:07
    3/ Action                                   (Togashi)                9:40
    4/ In The Pot                               (Togashi)                8:37
    5/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                  14:38

    Recorded live at the FM Tokyo Hall, Tokyo (Japan) on June 14, 1988

  Masahiko Togashi: drums; Steve Lacy: soprano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass,
  calimba.

    1989 - NEC Avenue/Pan Music (Japan), A29C-1018 (CD)
    1992 - NEC Avenue/Pan Music (Japan), NAJC 1005 (CD)

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178 - THE DOOR: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Door                                 (Lacy)                   7:26
    2/ Ugly Beauty                              (Monk)                   7:48
    3/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                   8:27
    4/ Forgetful                                (G. Handy, J. Segal)     7:21
    5/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                   9:13
    6/ Coming Up                                (Bud Powell)             4:43
    7/ The Breath                               (Lacy)                   4:25
    8/ Virgin Jungle                            (Ellington, Strayhorn)   9:21

    Recorded at Family Sound, Paris on July 4 and 5, 1988

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts (1,2,5,8): alto, soprano; Irène Aebi (8):
  violin; Bobby Few (1,2,4,5,8): piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel (1-3,5,6,8): bass,
  sanza on (3); Oliver Johnson (1,2,5-8): drums; Sam Woodyard (8): drums.

    1989 - Novus (EEC), PL83049 (LP)
    1989 - Novus (EEC), PD83049 (CD)
    1989 - Novus (EEC), PK83049 (CT)
    1989 - Novus (USA), 3049-1-N (LP)
    1989 - Novus (USA), 3049-2-N (CD)

  Note: (6,7) are only available on the CD pressing.
  Note: some of the catalog numbers above might be wrong, and, as a result,
  there could be only three pressings: one LP, one CD, and one CT.

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179 - FLAKES: Tiziana Simona

    1/ Flakes To Mark Rothko                    (Lacy, Simona)           5:47
    2/ Little One                               (Waldron)                4:10
    3/ Bo Il Cinese (Nowhere Ever After)        (Butch Morris, Simona)   4:20
    4/ Flowers For Albert                       (David Murray)           3:50
    5/ Shadow Figures                           (Waldron, Simona)        5:43
    6/ Rose Selavy                              (Rava, Simona)           7:20
    7/ Left Alone                               (Waldron, B. Holliday)   6:02
    8/ Fling                                    (Butch Morris, Simona)   6:54
    9/ Mari                                     (Giulio Visibelli)       3:10

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milano (Italy) in August and September 1988
    Produced by Tiziana Simona and Roberta Ancillotti

  Tiziana Simona: vocals; Mal Waldron: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Enrico
  Rava: trumpet, flugelhorn; Giulio Visibelli: flute, alto flute.

    1989 - ITM (Germany), ITM 0037 (LP)
    1989 - ITM (Germany), ITM 1437 (CD)

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180 - MORNING JOY: Steve Lacy Four

    1/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   9:10
    2/ Prospectus                               (Lacy)                   7:37
    3/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                  16:00
    4/ Morning Joy                              (Lacy)                  10:15
    5/ In Walked Bud                            (Monk)                  11:30
    6/ As Usual                                 (Lacy)                  13:00

    Recorded live at Sunset, Paris on February 19, 1986

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass;
  Oliver Johnson: drums.

    1990 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6014 (CD)
    2001 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 556 (CD)
    201? - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 701 (CD)

  Note: the 201? reissue has not been released yet.
  Note: the 2001 reissue contains one extra track and its exact content is:

    1/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   9:21
    2/ Propectus                                (Lacy)                   7:43
    3/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                  16:11
    4/ Morning Joy                              (Lacy)                  10:25
    5/ Work                                     (Monk)                   7:38
    6/ In Walked Bud                            (Monk)                  11:42
    7/ As Usual                                 (Lacy)                  13:11

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181 - ANTHEM: Steve Lacy

    1/ Number One                               (Lacy)                   9:01
    2/ Prayer                                   (Lacy)                   9:21
    3/ J. J.'s Jam                              (Avenel)                 6:53
    4/ Prelude And Anthem                       (Lacy, Osip Mandelstam) 15:48
    5/ The Mantle                               (Lacy, Mary Frazee)      9:22
    6/ The Rent                                 (Lacy)                   7:17

    Recorded at Family Sound Studios, Paris on June 27-28, 1989

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Bobby Few: piano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Jean-
  Jacques Avenel: bass; John Betsch: drums; Irène Aebi: vocals; La Velle: vo-
  cals; Sam Kelly: percussion; Glenn Ferris: trombone. 

    1990 - Novus (EEC), PL83079 (LP)
    1990 - Novus (EEC), PD83079 (CD)
    1990 - Novus (EEC), PK83079 (CT)
    1990 - Novus/RCA (USA), 3079-1-N (LP)
    1990 - Novus/RCA (USA), 3079-2-N (CD) 

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182 - RUSHES, 10 SONGS FROM RUSSIA: Steve Lacy

    1/ I Know The Truth                         (SL, Marina Tsvetayeva)  6:10
    2/ Song Of The Woods                        (SL, Osip Mandelstam)    6:20
    3/ The Cuckoo                               (SL, Anna Akhmatova)     3:26
    4/ The Whisper                              (SL, Osip Mandelstam)    5:35
    5/ The Smile                                (SL, Anna Akhmatova)     7:32
    6/ Sketch                                   (SL, Osip Mandelstam)    5:05
    7/ Swimming                                 (SL, Anna Akhmatova)     5:48
    8/ Prison Song                              (SL, Osip Mandelstam)    7:26
    9/ The Grave                                (SL, Anna Akhmatova)     4:12
    10/ Sequel                                  (SL, Osip Mandelstam)    2:59

    Recorded at NowoSounds Studio, Milan (Italy) in September and November 
    1989
    Produced by Gianfranco Salvatore

  Irène Aebi: voice; Frederic Rzewski: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1990 - New Sound Planet (Italy), IN 809 (CD)
    2005 - Azzura (?) (Italy), ??? (CD)

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183 - TROCHUS: Giancarlo Locatelli Quintet

    1/ Trochus                          (Locatelli)                      4:22
    2/ Prima Del Cielo                  (Locatelli)                      5:21
    3/ Art                              (Lacy)                           7:08
    4/ Il Trasportatore                 (Locatelli)                      5:22
    5/ Amalassunta                      (Locatelli)                      4:55
    6/ After It's Over                  (Locatelli)                      5:32
    7/ Wana Gana Bana Bidi Boba Yes     (Locatelli)                      4:46
    8/ Retreat                          (Lacy)                           7:23

    Recorded in Milano, Italy on April 15-17, 1991

  Steve Lacy (1,3,8): soprano; Giancarlo Locatelli: alto clarinet, bass cla-
  rinet, Bb clarinet; F. Aroni Vigone (all but 3): alto; Roberto Favilla Jr.
  (1,2,4-8): piano, mouth trumpet (on 7); Enrico Fazio (all but (3)): bass;
  Filippo Monico (all but (3)): drums.

    1991 - La Drogueria Di Drugolo (Italy), 212 355 (LP)
    1991 - La Drogueria Di Drugolo (Italy), DDD 262 355 (CD)

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184 - STEVE LACY SOLO

    1/ Work                                     (Monk)                   3:12
    2/ Morning Joy                              (Lacy)                   6:45
    3/ Coastline                                (Lacy)                 \
                                                                        >9:38
    4/ Deadline                                 (Lacy)                 /
    5/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                   4:59
    6/ Retreat                                  (Lacy)                   7:03
    7/ The Gleam                                (Lacy)                   4:38
    8/ Rimane Poco                              (Lacy)                   6:13

    Recorded live during the "1ère Décade de Musique Improvisée" at La Galerie
    Maximilien Guiol, Paris on December 5, 1985

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1991 - In Situ/Basta/Adda (France), 590051 (CD)

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185 - DUTCH MASTERS: Mengelberg, Lacy, Lewis, Reyseger, Bennink

    1/ Dutch Masters                            (Lacy)                  10:13
    2/ Off Minor                                (Monk)                   7:45
    3/ Reef                                     (Mengelberg)             4:40
    4/ Kneebus                                  (Mengelberg)             6:45
    5/ Hornin'In                                (Monk)                   7:33
    6/ Utah                                     (Lacy)                   9:36

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on March 25, 1987

  Misha Mengelberg: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; George Lewis: trombone; Ernst
  Reyseger: cello; Han Bennink: drums.

    1991 - Soul Note (Italy), 121154-2 (CD)

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186 - MORE MONK: Steve Lacy

    1/ Shuffle Boil                             (Monk)                   4:42
    2/ Straight No Chaser                       (Monk)                   4:31
    3/ Off Minor                                (Monk)                   5:20
    4/ Ruby My Dear                             (Monk)                   6:32
    5/ In Walked Bud                            (Monk)                   4:16
    6/ Trinkle Tinkle                           (Monk)                   5:00
    7/ Comin' On The Hudson                     (Monk)                   6:27
    8/ Introspection                            (Monk)                   6:10
    9/ Jackie-ing                               (Monk)                   4:10
    10/ Crepuscule With Nellie                  (Monk)                   4:00
    11/ Bye-ya                                  (Monk)                   4:32

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on April 18-19, 1989 

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1991 - Soul Note (Italy), 121210-1 (LP)
    1991 - Soul Note (Italy), 121210-2 (CD)

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187 - THAT CERTAIN FEELING (GEORGE GERSHWIN SONGBOOK): Ran Blake

    1/ Ouverture I                              (Gershwin)               0:56
    2/ Mine                                     (Gershwin)               5:07
    3/ It Ain't Necessarily So                  (Gershwin)               2:50
    4/ The Man I Love                           (Gershwin)               9:44
    5/ Oh Where's My Bess I                     (Gershwin)               4:06
    6/ Blues                                    (Gershwin)               2:02
    7/ Strike Up the Band                       (Gershwin)               4:50
    8/ What Do You Want Wid Bess                (Gershwin)               3:32
    9/ I Got Rhythm                             (Gershwin)               2:22
    10/ That Certain Feeling I                  (Gershwin)               1:32
    11/ Ouverture II                            (Gershwin)               1:01
    12/ Someone to Watch Over Me                (Gershwin)               4:04
    13/ But not For Me                          (Gershwin)               3:33
    14/ Who Cares                               (Gershwin)               5:49
    15/ Liza                                    (Gershwin)               2:45
    16/ Clara Clara                             (Gershwin)               2:30
    17/ Oh Where's My Bess II                   (Gershwin)               2:44
    18/ 'S Wonderful                            (Gershwin)               3:38
    19/ That Certain Feeling II                 (Gershwin)               3:24

    Recorded at Radio DRS Zürich, Switzerland on July 3 and 4, 1990
    Produced by Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Ran Blake: piano; Steve Lacy (4,7,12,14,18): soprano; Ricky Ford (2,7,9,12,
  16,18): tenor.

    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6077 (CD)
    2010 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 699 (CD)

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188 - FLIM-FLAM: Steve Lacy, Steve Potts

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   6:18
    2/ Flim-Flam                                (Lacy)                  11:04
    3/ 3 Points                                 (Lacy)                  21:05
    4/ The Whammies                             (Lacy)                   8:04
    5/ Rimane Poco                              (Lacy)                   8:39
    6/ The Gleam                                (Lacy)                  10:51

    Recorded live at Altes Schlachthauss, Berne (Switzerland) on December 2,
    1986

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano.

    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6087 (CD)

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189 - HOT HOUSE: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ House Party Starting                     (Nichols)                6:14
    2/ Hot House                                (Dameron)                4:13
    3/ I'll Keep Loving You                     (Powell)                 9:17
    4/ Friday The 13th                          (Monk)                   6:07
    5/ Mistral Breeze                           (Waldron)                3:33
    6/ The Mooche                               (Ellington)              5:55
    7/ Petite Fleur                             (Bechet)                 7:04
    8/ Snake Out                                (Waldron)                6:39
    9/ Retreat                                  (Lacy)                   5:26
  
    Recorded at Studios Ferber, Paris on July 12-13, 1990
    Produced by John Snyder

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1991 - Novus (EEC), PD83098 (CD)
    1991 - Novus (EEC), PK83098 (CT)
    1991 - Novus (USA), 3098-2-N (CD)

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190 - A MERRY JAZZMAS: various artists

  This record features Marcus Roberts, Roy Hargrove, Hilton Ruiz, Vanessa
  Rubin, Antonio Hart, Christopher Hollyday, John Hicks, Carmen McRae, Steve
  Coleman, Steve Lacy and Mal Waldron.

    11/ A Merrier Christmas                     (Monk)                   5:00

    Recorded at Studios Ferber, Paris on July 13, 1990

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano; Irène Aebi: voice.

    1991 - BMG, Novus 63126 (CD)

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191 - ITINERARY: Steve Lacy + 16

    1/ I Feel A Draft                           (Lacy)                   4:04
    2/ Cloudy                                   (Lacy)                   5:56
    3/ Rain                                     (Lacy)                   6:01
    4/ The Sun                                  (Lacy)                   5:46
    5/ Moon                                     (Lacy)                   7:19
    6/ Sweet 16                                 (Lacy)                  14:05
    7/ Itinerary                                (Lacy)                   9:48

    Recorded at Haus Der Begegnung Mariahilf, Vienna (Austria) on November 26-
    28, 1990

  Andreas Kolbe: flute, piccolo; Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, so-
  prano; Urs Leimgruber: soprano, tenor; Hans Steiner: bass clarinet; Franz
  Koglmann: flugelhorn; Klaus Peham: trumpet; Glenn Ferris: trombone; Radu
  Malfatti: trombone; Raoul Herget: tuba; Bobby Few: piano; Burkhard Stangl:
  guitar; Gyde Knebusch: harp; Irène Aebi: cello, violin; Jean-Jacques Avenel:
  bass; John Betsch: drums; Sam Kelly: percussion; Gustave Bauer: conductor.

    1991 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6079 (CD)

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192 - KIMUS #5: various artists

  This hat ART CD-Sampler presents alternate takes and unreleased tracks by
  Ran Blake, Fritz Hauser, Steve Lacy, Franz Koglmann, Maarten Altena, 
  Habarigani.

    6/ I Feel A Draft                           (Lacy)                   4:04
    7/ Cloudy                                   (Lacy)                   5:56
    8/ Rain                                     (Lacy)                   6:05

    Recorded at Haus der Begegnung Mariahilf, Vienna (Austria) on November 
    26-28, 1990

  Andreas Kolbe: flute, piccolo; Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, so-
  prano; Urs Leimgruber: soprano, tenor; Hans Steiner: bass clarinet; Franz
  Koglmann: flugelhorn; Klaus Peham: trumpet; Glenn Ferris: trombone; Radu
  Malfatti: trombone; Raoul Herget: tuba; Bobby Few: piano; Burkhard Stangl:
  guitar; Gyde Knebusch: harp; Irène Aebi: cello, violin; Jean-Jacques Avenel:
  bass; John Betsch: drums; Sam Kelly: percussion; Gustave Bauer: conductor.

    1991 - HAT HUT Records (SW), hat ART CD 16005 (CD) 
    
  See ITINERARY (1991) for further references. 

  Note: this record is a limited edition of 1500 CDs.

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193 - SONGPOSTS VOL. 1: various artists

  This record features Sheila Jordan/Harvie Swartz duo, Paula Owen, Jeannette
  Lambert, Irène Aebi/Steve Lacy, Corry Sobol/Dave Young, Jay Clayton/Kirk
  Nurock, Jeanne Lee, Anne Lebaron Ensemble, David Drazin.

    7/ Agenda                                   (Lacy, Jack Spicer)      4:20
    8/ All Those Years                          (Lacy, Gysin)            3:43

    Recorded in Vancouver BC, Canada on June 28, 1991

  Steve Lacy: piano; Irène Aebi: vocals.

    1991 - Word Of Mouth (Canada), WOMCD-1004-2 (CD)

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194 - CECIL: Cecil Taylor

    1/ E.B.                                     (Taylor)                 9:56
    2/ This Nearly Was Mine                     (Rodgers, Hammerstein)  10:46
    3/ Port Of Call                             (Taylor)                 4:20
    4/ O.P.                                     (Neidlinger)             9:15
    5/ Cindy's Main Mood                        (BN, CT, BH)             5:12
    6/ Things Ain't What They Used To Be        (Ellington)             10:09

    1991 - i Maestri del JAZZ (Italy), MJ 1069-1 (CD)

  See NEW YORK CITY R & B (1971)   for further references on (6).

  Note: Steve Lacy only plays on (6).

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195 - UTOPIA AMERICANA: compilation of American music

  This record features works by Allen Ginsberg, Steve Reich, Michael Galasso, 
  Ben Neill, John Cage, David Behrman, Pauline Oliveros, Steve Lacy, John 
  Zorn and Andrea Centazzo.

    9/ Pannonica                                (Monk)                   7:36

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City on December 30, 1990

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1992 - New Tone (Italy), NT 6707 (CD)

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196 - REMAINS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Existence                                (Lacy)                   5:25
    2/ The Way                                  (Lacy)                   6:46
    3/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   4:14
    4/ Name                                     (Lacy)                   6:34
    5/ The Breath                               (Lacy)                   4:57
    6/ Life On It's Way                         (Lacy)                   2:49
    7/ Pearl Street                             (Lacy)                   5:15
    8/ Remains                                  (Lacy)                  18:05
    9/ Afterglow                                (Lacy)                   6:11
    10/ Epistrophy                              (Monk)                   3:59

    Recorded at Radio DRS Zürich, Switzerland on April 29 & 30, 1991
    Produced by Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1992 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), Hat Art 6102 (CD)

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197 - LIVE AT SWEET BASIL: The Steve Lacy Sextet

    1/ Prospectus                               (Lacy, Blaise Cendrars) 10:48
    2/ The Bath                                 (Lacy)                  12:38
    3/ Morning Joy                              (Lacy, Bob Kaufman)     16:11
    4/ The Wane                                 (Lacy)                  14:55
    5/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                  14:29

    Recorded live at Sweet Basil, New York on July 6 and 7, 1991

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: soprano, alto; Irène Aebi: voice, violin;
  Bobby Few: piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; John Betsch: drums.

    1992 - Novus, 01241 63128-2 (CD)
    1992 - Novus, PD 90647 (CD)

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198 - TWILIGHT: Masahiko Togashi, Steve Lacy

    1/ The Crest                                (Lacy)                   4:44
    2/ Haze                                     (Togashi)                8:18
    3/ I Do Not Believe                         (Lacy)                   5:45
    4/ In The Pot                               (Togashi)                4:31
    5/ Unbalanced                               (Togashi)                5:59
    6/ Twilight                                 (Lacy)                   8:08
    7/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)                   7:19
    8/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                   9:30

    Recorded at Studio Merjithur, France on November 10, 1991

  Masahiko Togashi: percussion; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1992 - Nippon Crown (Japan), CRCJ-9104 (CD)

  Note: (1) is in fact "The Crust."

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199 - SPIRIT OF MINGUS: Steve Lacy, Eric Watson

    1/ Peggy's Blue Skylight                    (Mingus)                 6:47  
    2/ Self Portrait In Three Colors            (Mingus)                 8:48
    3/ Nostalgia In Times Square                (Mingus)                 5:25
    4/ IX Love                                  (Mingus)                 7:53
    5/ Reincarnation Of A Lovebird              (Mingus)                 9:12
    6/ Pithycanthropus Erectus                  (Mingus)                 6:41
    7/ Free Cell, Block F...                    (Mingus)                 7:03
    8/ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat                     (Mingus)                 5:23
    9/ Remember Rockfeller At Attica            (Mingus)                 6:18

    Recorded in Paris, France on December 5-7, 1991
    Produced by Jean-Paul Rodrigue

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Eric Watson: piano.

    1992 - Free Lance (France), FRL-CD 016 (CD)

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200 - SONB - SOMETHING OLD SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING BORROWED SOMETHING BLUE: 
  Tiziana Ghiglioni

    1/ Peace					(H. Silver)		 6:58
    2/ Gospel					(Lacy)			 6:43 
      2a/ Gospel 1					
      2b/ Gospel 2					
    3/ Street Woman				(Coleman)		 6:20
    4/ Art					(Lacy)			 7:35
    5/ Bone					(Lacy, Lao Tzu)		 2:44
    6/ Utah    					(Lacy, G. Niccolai)	 6:16
      6a/ Utah 1					
      6b/ Utah 2				
    7/ Microworlds				(Lacy)			 6:04
      7a/ Microworlds 1		
      7b/ Microworlds 2 			
    8/ Lonely Woman				(H. Silver)		 9:49
    9/ Una Muy Bonita				(Coleman, M. Guryan)	 2:07
    10/ Duquility				(Waldron)		 6:09

    Recorded in Milan, Italy in March, April and May 1992

  Tiziana Ghiglioni: voice; Steve Lacy: soprano; Gianluigi Trovesi: piccolo
  clarinet, bass clarinet; Enrico Rava: trumpet; Giancarlo Schiaffini: trom-
  bone; Umberto Petrin: piano; Attilio Zanchi: bass; Tiziano Tononi: drums.

    1992 - Splasc(h) Records, CDH 370.2 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy only plays on (1,2,5-8,10).

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201 - NELLA SALA DELLE ARCATE: Orchestra & Ensemble Zétema

    1/ Lo Scaldabanchi				(Tommaso)		 6:37
    2/ Hyaline Implication			(De Paolis)		 8:26
    3/ La Signora Dei Fiori			(Fioravanti)		 9:00
    4/ Talking Stones		        	(Ottaviano)		 5:15	
    5/ Riffe Raffe				(Fioravanti)		 8:20
    6/ Ah! Mathilde				(Fioravanti)		 8:21
    7/ Sinfonia Sconcertante			(Tommaso)		23:07

    Recorded at Sala delle Arcate, Palazzo Lanfranchi (Italy) on March 13-16,
    1992

  Zétema Jazz Orchestra (1,2,7): Bruno Tommaso: leader; Paola Cicolella:
  flute; Francesco Forges Davanzati: flute; Antonio Giorgio: flute; Vanessa
  Vizziello: flute; Massimiliano Barretta: trombone; Giuseppe Ciannella: trom-
  bone; Rocco Nuzzaco: trombone; Domenico Pellegrini: trombone; Marco Sinno:
  trombone; Francesco Angiulo: trombone; Guglielmo Battisteli: trombone;
  Cosimo Moro: trombone; Roberto Schiano Moriello: trombone; Eustachio
  Rondinone: bugle; Gianfranco Balena: alto; Antonangelo Giudice: alto; Franco
  Cirillo: tenor; Felice Mezzina: tenor, soprano; Eugenio Colombo: baritone
  saxophone; Angelo Muscaridola: clarinet; Raffaele Marchionna: guitar; Gianni
  Lenoci: piano; Pasquale Gadaleta (1,7): bass; Pierluigi Balducci (2): elec-
  tric bass; Giuseppe Basile: vibraphone; Fabio Accardi (1,2): drums; Michele
  Vurchio (7): drums; Erasmo Dante Spada: percussion; Francesco Forges
  Davanzati (1): vocals; Giovanna Montecalvo (2): vocals; Giancarlo De Paolis:
  assistant director.

  (3-6) Zétema Ensemble: Ettore Fioravanti: leader; Aldo Bucci: trombone;
  Giuseppe Ciannella: trombone; Nicola Pesce: trombone; Nicola Giammarinaro:
  tenor, clarinet; Carlo Travierso: alto; Felice Mezzina (4): soprano; Franco
  Di Marzio: baritone saxophone; Marco Brezza: flute; Giuseppe Mazzarano:
  guitar; Nico Morelli: piano; Maurizio Chiantone (4-6): bass; Poldo 
  Sebastiani (3-5): electric bass; Giuseppe Berlen (3-5): vibraphone, drums;
  Antonio Di Lorenzo (3,4): drums, vibraphone; Ettore Fioravanti (6): drums.

  Soloists: Steve Lacy (6,7): soprano; Glenn Ferris (5,7): trombone; Roberto
  Ottaviano (4): saxophone.

    1992 - Zétema (Italy), ZET 001 (CD)

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202 - THE PRESTIGE STORY: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 1992 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ fea-
  tures Lennie Tristano & Lee Konitz (1), Stan Getz (2), J.J. Johnson (3), 
  Serge Chaloff (4), Sonny Stitt (5), Lee Konitz (6), Sonny Rollins (7), Zoot
  Sims (8), Gerry Mulligan (9), Modern Jazz Quartet (10), King Pleasure (11),
  Miles Davis (12), Max Roach & Clifford Brown (13), Gil Evans (14), John 
  Coltrane (15), Steve Lacy (16), Mal Waldron & Eric Dolphy (17).

  Steve Lacy plays on two tracks, one with Gil Evans:

    14/ Remember				(Gil Evans)		 4:37

  and one under his name:

    16/ San Francisco Holiday			(Steve Lacy)		 4:33

    1992 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See GIL EVANS PLUS TEN (1957) for further references on (14), and EVIDENCE
  (1962) for (16).

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203 - LUNAR ECLYPSE: Gil Evans Big Band

    1/ Lunar Eclypse                            (Evans)                 20:45
    2/ Variation On The Misery                  (Evans)                 14:57
    3/ Jelly Rolls                              (Evans)                 15:22
    4/ Drizzling Rain                           (Evans)                 11:42

    (1) recorded in Bolzano, Italy on July 13, 1981
    (2) recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark on July 9, 1981
    (3) recorded in Pori, Finland on July 11, 1981
    (4) recorded at the New Morning in Paris, France on July 23, 1981

  Gil Evans: piano, director, arranger; Miles Evans: trumpet; Hannibal Marvin
  Peterson: trumpet, vocals, percussion; Lew Soloff: trumpet; George Lewis:
  trombone; Dave Bargeron: trombone, tuba; Howard Johnson (1): tuba; Steve 
  Lacy (4): soprano; Steve Grossman: soprano, tenor; David Sanborn (4): alto; 
  Pete Levin: electric keyboards; Hiram Bullock (2,3): electric guitar; Luico 
  Hopper (2,3): electric bass; Buster Williams (4): bass; Anita Evans: percus-
  sion; Omar Hakim: drums. 

    1993 - New Tone (Italy), nt 6711 (CD)

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204 - SELF-PORTRAIT JUMPING: Brion Gysin

  Brion Gysin's songs, poems and stories set to music by Ramuntcho Matta,
  performed by Brion Gysin and Ramuntcho Matta with Don Cherry (1), Elli 
  Medeiros, Steve Lacy (10), Lizzy Mercier Descloux and Caroline Loeb (5), 
  Abdoulaye Prosper Niang, Polo Lombardo, etc.

    1/ Kick                                                              4:05
    2/ Junk                                                              3:23
    3/ Stop Smoking                                                      4:52
    4/ Sham Pain                                                         4:56
    5/ V.V.V.                                                            1:42
    6/ Baboon                                                            4:15
    7/ All Those Years                                                   3:23
    8/ Dreamachine                                                      
      8a/ Dreamachine                                                    0:29
      8b/ Page 3                                                         4:06
      8c/ Flies                                                         13:02
      8d/ I Am That I am                                                 3:56
      8e/ Off The Ground                                                 5:50
      8f/ The Initiate                                                   5:16
    9/ Somebody Special                                                  2:41
    10/ The Door                                                         7:08
    
    Recorded in Paris between 1982 and 1984 (for the songs featuring Gysin)

    1993 - Made To Measure/Crammed Discs, MTM 33 CD (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy only plays on (10).

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205 - WE SEE: Steve Lacy 6

    1/ We See                                   (Monk)                   6:56
    2/ Shuffle Boil                             (Monk)                   4:31
    3/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   6:07
    4/ Reflections                              (Monk)                   3:28
    5/ Ruby My Dear                             (Monk)                   4:43
    6/ Eronel                                   (Monk)                   3:52
    7/ Monk's Mood                              (Monk)                   5:31
    8/ Thelonious                               (Monk)                   5:32
    9/ Misterioso                               (Monk)                   7:55
    10/ Well You Needn't                        (Monk)                   7:33
    11/ Hanky-Panky                             (Lacy)                   8:02

    Recorded at Mohren-Saal, Willisau (Switzerland) on September 1 & 2, 1992

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Hans Kennel: trumpet, flu-
  gelhorn; Sonhando Estwick: vibes; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; John Betsch: 
  drums.

    1993 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6127 (CD)
    2002 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 569 (CD)

  Note: (8) is only available on the 2002 reissue.

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206 - LET'S CALL THIS ... ESTEEM: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ Let's Call This                          (Monk)                   7:03
    2/ Monk's Dream                             (Monk)                   5:25
    3/ In A Sentimental Mood                    (Ellington, Mills, Kurtz)8:18
    4/ Snake Out                                (Waldron)                8:18
    5/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)                   7:26
    6/ Johnny Come Lately                       (Strayhorn)              6:53
    7/ What It Is                               (Waldron)                9:06
    8/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   6:56
    9/ Epistrophy                               (Monk, Clarke)           5:18
    10/ Esteem                                  (Lacy)                   7:50

    Recorded live at the Playhouse Theatre, Oxford (UK) on May 16, 1993

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1993 - Slam Records, SLAMCD 501 (CD)
    2010 - Silta (Italy), 0901 (CD)

  Note: the concert is introduced and presented by ... Lol Coxhill.
  Note: the 2010 reissue on Silta is a limited and numbered edtion of 999 
  copies only.

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207 - VESPERS: Steve Lacy Octet

    1/ Multidimensional                         (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  6:59
    2/ If We Come Close                         (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  8:25
    3/ Grass                                    (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  9:24
    4/ Wait For Tomorrow                        (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  4:35
    5/ Across                                   (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  5:58
    6/ I Do Not Believe                         (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  9:26
    7/ Vespers                                  (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  6:15

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on July 5-7 & 9, 1993
    Produced by Giovanni Bonandrini and Ann Rebentisch

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: soprano, alto; Irène Aebi: voice; Bobby 
  Few: piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; John Betsch: drums; Ricky Ford: te-
  nor; Tom Varner: French horn.

    1993 - Soul Note (Italy), 121260-2 (CD)

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208 - CLANGS: Steve Lacy Double Sextet

    1/ The Owl                                  (Lacy, Appollinaire)     6:53
    2/ Torments                                 (Lacy, Gaston Chaissac) 10:52
    3/ Tracks                                   (Lacy, Mario Merz)       7:30
    4/ Dome                                     (Lacy, Kurt Schwitters) 16:29
    5/ The New Moon                             (Lacy, Kandinsky)       11:15

    Recorded at Grosser Sendesaal Funkhaus Wallrafplatz, Cologne (Germany) on
    March 4-6, 1992
    Produced by Ulrich Kurth, Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Hans Kennel: trumpet; Glenn
  Ferris: trombone; Irène Aebi: voice; Nicholas Isherwood: voice; Bobby Few:
  piano; Eric Watson: piano; Sonhando Estwick: vibraphon; Jean-Jacques Avenel:
  bass; Sam Kelly: percussion; John Betsch: drums.

    1993 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat ART CD 6116 (CD)

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209 - MAURESACA: Jazz Time Big Band

    1/ Freedom Jazz Dance                       (E. Harris)              7:39
    2/ Reincarnation Of A Love Bird             (Mingus)                 7:41
    3/ Off Minor                                (Monk)                   6:15
    4/ No Tonic Press                           (R. Kirk)                3:56
    5/ Prospectus                               (Lacy)                   5:30
    6/ Mauresaca                                (R. Calleja)            12:15
    7/ Gaudi                                    (G. Arcens)             10:30
    8/ E.S.P.                                   (W. Shorter)             5:45
    9/ Boogie Stop Shuffle                      (Mingus)                 4:42

    Recorded in Toulouse, France in June 1993

  Richard Calleja: direction, tenor; Philippe Renault: tenor; Steve Lacy: so-
  prano; Aldo Guinart: tenor, flute; Philippe Yvron: piano; Pierre Raynaud:
  trumpet; Dominique Rieux: flugelhorn; Magali Pietri: vocals; Remi Vignolo:
  bass; Christian "Tintin" Salut: drums; Regis Maurette: drums; Gilles Arcens:
  arrangements.

    1993 - EMP Records (France), EPC 894 (CD)

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210 - LES ANNEES SARAVAH: David McNeil

    1/ Hollywood                                (McNeil)
    2/ La Fée                                   (McNeil)
    3/ Papa Jouait Du Rock And Roll             (McNeil)
    4/ Rue Simon Bolivard                       (McNeil)
    5/ L'Assassinat                             (McNeil)
    6/ Acapulco Gold                            (McNeil)
    7/ Isabelle                                 (McNeil)
    8/ Honolulu Lulu                            (McNeil)
    9/ La Lamentable Aventure De Simon Wiesenthal 
                                                (McNeil)
    10/ Maxie, Madge Et Parfois Dicky Wagner    (McNeil)
    11/ Deux Mille Deux Cent Cigarettes         (McNeil)
    12/ Chuck Berry Strikes Again               (McNeil)
    13/ Lasso Lucy                              (McNeil)
    14/ Dans La Ville D'Anvers                  (McNeil)
    15/ Au Temps Où Les Abbés                   (McNeil)
    16/ Morning                                 (McNeil)
    17/ Le Bateau Mouche                        (McNeil)
    18/ J'Ai Déjà Fait Mon Arche                (McNeil)
    19/ Les Bars De Babylone                    (McNeil)

    (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15) recorded at Studio Saravah, Paris
    (3,4,8,10,18) recorded at Studio Saravah, Paris during Summer 1975
    (5,13,16,17) recorded at Studio Saravah, Paris
    (19) recorded at Watt Works Grog Kill Studios, Woodstock in August 1976

  David McNeil: vocals, guitar; Jean-Pierre Arnoux (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15):
  percussion; Dominique Barouh (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): vocals; Pierre Barouh
  (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): piano; Philippe Beaupoil (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15):
  electric guitar; Olivier Bloch-Laine (1-4,6-9,10-12,14,15,18): bass, vocals;
  Jacques Cuomo (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): tenor; Jacques Higelin (1,2,6,7,9,11,
  12,14,15): accordion; Ariel Kalmopowitz (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): flutes;
  Jean-Louis Lefebvre (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): violin; Leslie McNeil (1,2,6,7,
  9,11,12,14,15): vocals; Pierre Rigaux (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): tenor;
  Jacqueline Stooband (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): guitar, vocals; Michel Dubreuil
  (1,2,6,7,9,11,12,14,15): French horn; Jean-Pierre Aufredo (3,4,8,10,18):
  guitar, mandolin, harps, oboe; Lary Martin (3,4,8,10,18): bass; Patrice
  Cramer (3,4,8,10,18): drums; Jean-Louis Rassinfosse (3,4,8,10,18): bass;
  Benoît Charvet (3,4,8,10,18): bass; Roland Romanelli (3,4,8,10,18): accor-
  dion; Michel Ripoche (3,4,8,10,18): violin; Jack Treese (3-5,8,10,13,16-18):
  guitar, vocals; Michael Rushton (3,4,8,10,18): drums; Steve Lacy (3,4,8,10,
  18): soprano; Bill Keith (3,4,8,10,18,19): pedal steel, banjo; Jean-Louis
  Mahjun (5,13,16,17): bass, violin; Jean-Pierre Mahjun (5,13,16,17): drums,
  washboard; Philippe Mahjun (5,13,16,17): bass, piano; Jean-Charles Capon
  (5,13,16,17): cello; Chic Streetman (5,13,16,17): harmonica; Pierre Mahjun 
  (5,13,16,17): saxes; Guy Stroobant (5,13,16,17): guitar, vocals, banjo; 
  Orrin Star (19): guitars, mandolin; Roly Safey (19): bass; Billy Mundi (19): 
  drums; Paul Harris (19): drums; Carla Bley (19): arrangements.

    1993 - Saravah (France), SHL 28 (CD)

  Note: although Steve Lacy is listed as playing on (3,4,8,10,18), he only
  plays on (10).

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211 - ENJA STORY - 1972-1992: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 1993 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ fea-
  tures Mal Waldron (1), Abdullah Ibrahim (2), Tommy Flanagan (3), Woody Shaw
  (4), Chet Baker (5), Kenny Barron (6), Rabih Abou-Khalil (7), Joe Lovano 
  (8), Arthur Blythe (9), Karl Berger (10), Elvin Jones (11).

  Steve Lacy plays on one track with Mal Waldron:

    1/ Minoat					(Mal Waldron)		 8:11

    1993 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See MOODS (1979) for further references on (1).
  
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212 - PHILLIP JOHNSTON'S BIG TROUBLE: Phillip Johnston

    1/ The Invisible World			(Johnston)		 3:36
    2/ Step Tempest				(Herbie Nichols)	 7:07
    3/ Hemline					(Steve Lacy)		 2:51
    4/ Walking The Dogma			(Kevin Norton)		 5:52
    5/ 12 Bars					(Herbie Nichols)	 4:46
    6/ Natural Confusion/Waltz Of The Untouched (Johnston)		 9:11
    7/ Chillbone				(Johnston)		 9:53
    8/ The Hymn Of The Souls Who Are Passing/Still Water
						(Johnston)		11:19
    9/ Nudididity				(Bob DeBellis)		 7:07
    10/ Powerhouse				(Raymond Scott)		 3:12

    Recorded at Water Music Recorders, Hoboken (USA) in June and July 1992
    Produced by Phillip Johnston and Richard Dworkin

  Phillip Johnston: soprano, alto; Bob DeBellis: soprano, baritone saxophone,
  bass clarinet; Jim Leff: trombone; Joe Ruddick: keyboards, sampler, alto; 
  David Hofstra: bass, tuba; Kevin Norton: drums, percussion, marimba, glock-
  enspiel; David Tronzo (3-5,10): slide guitar; Adam Rogers (1,6,7,10): gui-
  tar; Marcus Rojas (6,7): tuba; Richard Dworkin (6,7): bongos, talking drum.

    1993 - Black Saint (Italy), 120152-2 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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213 - ESTABLISHED MODE OF SPEECH: Antonyms 1

    1/ Passacaglia                              (Sleichim)              12:10
    2/ New Babylonians                          (Nathanson)              9:06
    3/ The Precipitation Suite                  (Lacy)                  13:42
    4/ Suite For Saxophone Quartet 1            (Rothenberg)            13:34

    Recorded at Bruxelles, Bruges and Amsterdam in January 1993

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Ned Rothenberg: alto; Roy Nathanson: tenor; Eric
  Sleichim: baritone saxophone.

    1994 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 74 (CD)

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214 - INTERPRETATIONS OF MONK: various artists

  Disc 1: Muhal Richard Abrams Set
    1-2/                                        			 6:39
      1/ Announcement                
      2/ Introduction               
    3/ Crepuscule With Nellie			(Monk)			 3:39
    4/ I Mean You				(Monk)			 8:25
    5/ Ask Me Now				(Monk)			 8:02
    6/ Gallop's Gallop				(Monk)			 3:42
    7/ Blue Monk				(Monk)			 7:32
    8/ Four In One				(Monk)			10:16
    9/ Poetry by Amiri Baraka						 1:20

    Recorded live at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University (New York) in the
    afternoon of November 1, 1981

  Don Cherry: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse: tenor; Roswell
  Rudd: trombone; Muhal Richard Abrams: piano; Richard Davis: bass; Ben Riley:
  drums.

  Disc 2: Barry Harris Set
    1/ Announcement 					 		 0:17
    2/ Ruby, My dear				(Monk)			 4:17
    3/ Light Blue				(Monk)			 7:24
    4/ Eronel					(Monk)			 9:14
    5/ Bye-Ya					(Monk)			 8:12
    6/ Pannonica				(Monk)			 5:35
    7/ Off Minor				(Monk)			 6:45
    8/ Epistrophy				(Monk)			10:34

    Recorded live at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University (New York) in the
    afternoon of November 1, 1981

  Don Cherry: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse: tenor; Roswell
  Rudd: trombone; Barry Harris: piano; Richard Davis: bass; Ed Blackwell:
  drums.

  Disc 3: Anthony Davis Set
    1/ Announcement And Introduction 					 2:22
    2/ Monk's Mood				(Monk)			 3:29
    3/ Evidence					(Monk)			10:48
    4/ Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues-Are		(Monk)			10:27
    5/ Thelonious				(Monk)			 5:40
    6/ Well, You Needn't			(Monk)			11:37

    Recorded live at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University (New York) in the
    evening of November 1, 1981

  Don Cherry: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse: tenor; Roswell
  Rudd: trombone; Anthony Davis: piano; Richard Davis: bass; Ben Riley:
  drums.

  Disc 4: Mal Waldron Set
    1/ Introduction                					 0:20
    2/ 'Round About Midnight			(Monk)			 6:24
    3/ Let's Call This				(Monk)			 6:02
    4/ Reflections				(Monk)			 6:14
    5/ Friday The 13th				(Monk)			15:40
    6/ Rhythm-A-Ning				(Monk)			12:41
    7/ Epistrophy				(Monk)			11:12

    Recorded live at Wollman Auditorium, Columbia University (New York) in the
    evening of November 1, 1981

  Don Cherry: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Charlie Rouse: tenor; Roswell
  Rudd: trombone; Mal Waldron: piano; Richard Davis: bass; Ed Blackwell:
  drums.

    1994 - DIW (Japan), DIW 395/398 (4xCD)
    1997 - Koch Jazz (USA), KOC-CD-7838 (2xCD)
    1998 - Koch Jazz (USA), KOC-CD-7839 (2xCD)

  Note: the KOC-CD-7838 2xCD set only contains Disc 1 and 2.
  Note: the KOC-CD-7839 2xCD set only contains Disc 3 and 4.

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215 - STEVE LACY MEETS STEVE POTTS

    1/ Art                                      (Lacy)                   7:27
    2/ Gospel                                   (Lacy)                   6:28

    Recorded live at Virgin Megastore, Paris on March 25, 1994

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano.

    1994 - Soul Note (Italy), DAM 250394 (CD)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale (500 copies).

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216 - THREE BLOKES: Steve Lacy, Evan Parker, Lol Coxhill

    1/ The Crawl                                (Parker, Lacy)          16:27
    2/ Backslash                                (Parker, Lacy)           7:31
    3/ Glanced                                  (Coxhill, Lacy)         21:36
    4/ Broad Brush                              (Parker, Coxhill)       23:00
    5/ Three Blokes                             (Lacy)                   3:53

    Recorded at the Townhall Charlottenburg, Berlin (Germany) on September 
    25-27, 1992

  Steve Lacy (1-3,5): soprano; Evan Parker (1,2,4,5): soprano; Lol Coxhill
  (3-5): soprano.

    1994 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 63 (CD)

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217 - JAZZ MASTERS 23: Gil Evans

    2/ Greensleeves                             (traditional)            4:11
    3/ Last Night When We Were Young            (Arlen, "Yip" Harburg)   4:35
    5/ Moon And Sand                            (Wilder, Engvick, Palitz)4:14
    6/ Las Vegas Tango                          (Gilmore Green)          6:35

    1994 - Verve, 521 860-2 (CD)

  See GUITAR FORMS (1965) for further references on (2,3,5).
  See THE INDIVIDUALISM OF GIL EVANS (1964) for further references on (6).

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218 - SWEET SIXTEEN: Keptorchestra meets Steve Lacy

    1/ Plastic City                             (Maurizio Caldura)       5:59
    2/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                   9:04
    3/ Eduard                                   (Tamburini)              8:16
    4/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                   7:08
    5/ Finlandia                                (Marcello Tonolo)        5:36
    6/ Samo Malo                                (Pietro Tonolo)          6:21
    7/ Utah                                     (Lacy)                   8:17
    8/ Dure                                     (Roberto Rossi)          5:44
    9/ Sweet Sixteen                            (Lacy)                  11:52

    Recorded at Farm Studio, Cessalto/Treviso (Italy) on February 13 and 14,
    1993

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Marco Tamburini: trumpet, fluglehorn; Giampaolo Casati: 
  trumpet; Maurizio Scomparin: trumpet; William Tafani: trombone; Roberto 
  Rossi: trombone; Giuseppe Calamosca: trombone; Giancarlo Giannini: trombone;
  Mauro Negri: alto, clarinet; Piero Odorici: alto; Maurizio Caldura: tenor, 
  alto; Giannantonio Di Vincenzio: tenor, soprano; Pietro Tonolo: tenor, 
  flute; Bruno Marini: baritone saxophone; Sandro Gibellini: guitar; Marcello 
  Tonolo: piano; Marc Abrams: bass; Alfred Kramer: drums.

    1994 - Caligola, 2001-2 (CD)

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219 - GIANTS OF JAZZ - GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA: Gil Evans

    1/ Manteca                                  (Gillespie, Fuller, Gonzales)
                                                                         5:19
    2/ 'Round Midnight                          (Monk, Williams, Hanighen)
                                                                         4:04
    3/ Lester Leaps In                          (Young)                  4:19
    4/ Django                                   (Lewis)                  8:06
    5/ Bird Feathers                            (Parker)                 6:54
    6/ Willow Tree                              (Waller, Razaf)          4:40
    7/ Struttin' With Some Barbecue             (Hardin, Armstrong)      4:35
    8/ Chant Of The Weed                        (Redman)                 4:25
    9/ Straight No Chaser                       (Monk)                   6:20
    10/ Davenport Blues                         (Beiderbecke)            4:26
    11/ Ella Speed                              (Ledbetter, Lomax)       5:48
    12/ La Nevada                               (Evans)                  6:17

    (1,5) recorded in New York City on May 26, 1958
    (2,3) recorded in New York City on April 9, 1958
    (4,9,10) recorded in New York City early 1959
    (6) recorded in New York City on May 2, 1958
    (7) recorded in New York City on May 21, 1958
    (8,12) recored in New York City on February 5, 1959
    (11) recorded in Hackensack on September 6, 1957

  Gil Evans: piano, arranger, director; Louis Mucci: trumpet; Jack Koven (11):
  trumpet; Bart Varsalona (11): trombone; Jimmy Cleveland (8,11,12): trombone;
  Willie Ruff (11): French horn; Steve Lacy (4,8-12): soprano; Lee Konitz 
  (11): alto; Davie Kurtzer (11): bassoon; Paul Chambers (1-3,5-7,11): bass;
  Nick Stabulas (11): drums; Johnny Coles (all but (11)): trumpet; Ernie Royal
  (2,3,6): trumpet; Clyde Reasinger (1,5,7): trumpet; Joe Bennet (1-3,5-7): 
  trombone; Frank Rehak (1-3,5-7): trombone; Tom Mitchell (1-3,5-7): trombone;
  Julius Watkins (1-3,5-7): French horn; Harvey Philips (2,3): tuba; Bill 
  Barber (1,4-10,12): tuba; Cannonball Adderley (1-3,5-7): alto; Jerry Sanfino
  (2,3): reeds; Phil Bodner (1,5-7): reeds; Chuck Wayne (1-7,9,10): guitar; 
  Philly Joe Jones (6): drums; Art Blakey (1-3,5,7): drums; Allen Smith (4,9,
  10): trumpet; Danny Stiles (8,12): trumpet; Curtis Fuller (4,8-10,12): trom-
  bone; Bill Eaton (4,9,10): trombone; Dick Lieb (4,9,10): trombone; Rod 
  Levitt (8,12): trombone; Bob Northern (4,9,10): French horn; Earl Chapin (8,
  12): French horn; Al Block (4,9,10): reeds; Budd Johnson (8,12): clarinet, 
  tenor; Ray Crawford (8,12): guitar; Dick Carter (4,9,10): bass; Tommy Potter
  (8,12): bass; Dennis Charles (4,9,10): drums; Elvin Jones (8,12): drums.

    1994 - Sarabandas, CD 53158 (CD)
    1998 - Giants of Jazz, CD 53158 (CD)

  Note: all these tracks can be found on other Gil Evans' recordings.

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220 - GIANTS OF JAZZ - CECIL TAYLOR 1955-1961: Cecil Taylor

    1/ Bemsha Swing                             (Monk, Best)             7:24
    2/ Things Ain't What They Used To Be        (Ellington)             10:08
    3/ Cindy's Main Mood                        (Neidlinger, Taylor, Higgins)
                                                                         5:13
    4/ Sweet And Lovely                         (Arnheim, Tobias, Lamare)6:38
    5/ Air                                      (Taylor)                 8:48
    6/ Azure                                    (Ellington)              7:29
    7/ Charge 'Em Blues                         (Taylor)                11:07
    8/ Port Of Call                             (Taylor)                 4:20
    9/ You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To         (Porter)                 9:20

    (1,4,6,7,9) recorded in Boston on December 10, 1955
    (5,8) recorded in New York on October 12 and 13, 1960
    (3) recorded in New York on January 9, 1961
    (2) recorded in New York on January 10, 1961

  Cecil Taylor: piano; Buell Neidlinger (all but (9)): bass; Dennis Charles
  (1,4-8): drums; Steve Lacy (2,7): soprano; Archie Shepp (2,3,8): alto, 
  tenor; Billy Higgins (2,3): drums; Clark Terry (2): trumpet; Roswell Rudd
  (2): trombone; Charles Davis (2): baritone saxophone.

    1994 - Sarabandas, CD 53172 (CD)

  Note: all these tracks can be found on other Cecil Taylor's recordings.

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221 - LES ANNEES JAZZ MAGAZINE (3) 1975-84: various artists

  This audio companion to the special issue of the magazine JAZZ MAGAZINE
  features Keith Jarrett (1), Anthony Braxton (2), Steve Lacy (3), Betty
  Carter (4), Charlie Haden & Ornette Coleman (5), Count Basie (6), Old and
  New Dreams (7), Solal/NHOP/Humair (8), Chet Baker (9), Jimmy Giuffre Trio
  (10), Cecil Taylor (11), Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition (12), Lennie
  Tristano (13).

    3/ Rain (from "The Precipitation Suite")    (Steve Lacy)             3:39

  Steve Lacy (3): soprano.

    1994 - Verve PolyGram (France), 525 433-2 (magazine+CD)

  See LAPIS (1972) for further references on (3).

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222 - KENNY BURRELL - JAZZ MASTERS 45: Kenny Burrell

    1/ Wholly Cats
    2/ The Common Ground
    3/ Greensleeves
    4/ Just A-Sittin' And A-Rockin'
    5/ Wonder Why
    6/ Sugar Hill
    7/ Lotus Land
    8/ Seven Come Eleven
    9/ Soulful Brothers
    10/ Love You Madly
    11/ Last Night When We Were Young
    12/ Every Day I Have The Blues
    13/ Breadwinner
    14/ Angel Eyes
    15/ Blue Bash
    16/ Were You There?

    1995 - Verve (USA), 314 527 652-2 (CD)

  See GUITAR FORMS (1965) for further references on (3,7,11).

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223 - FINDINGS: Steve Lacy

  FINDINGS is Steve Lacy's book on the technique of soprano saxophone. The
  book has a companion set of two CDs: the first one is mainly exercizes to
  master the instrument, the second is more like a regular Lacy's record.

  Disc 1:
    1/ Warming the Instrument up                                         0:11
    2/ Long Tones                                                        0:51
    3/ Harmonics                                                         4:00
    4/ Altissimo                                                         3:51
    5/ Bugle Boy                                                         2:43
    6/ Ain't She Sweet?                                                  1:46
    7/ Intervals                                                         2:09
    8/ Scales                                                            7:40
    9/ Arpeggios                                                         5:32
    10/ Prospectus                                                       0:53
    11/ Prospectus                                                       0:42
    12/ No Baby                                                          0:44
    13/ Tight Corners #1                                                 1:06
    14/ Tight Corners #2                                                 0:38
    15/ Tight Corners #3                                                 2:06
    16/ Tight Corners #4                                                 1:57
    17/ Sax Can Moo...                                                   3:39
    18/ Free Miniature #1                                                2:28
    19/ Free Miniature #2                                                1:33
    20/ Free Miniature #3                                                1:07
    21/ Free Miniature #4                                                1:54
    22/ Free Miniature #5                                                1:33
    23/ Free Miniature #6                                                1:37
    24/ Free Miniature #7                                                1:09
    25/ Prospectus                                                       4:27
    26/ No Baby                                                          4:40
    27/ Evidence                                                         4:47

    Recorded at Studio de Chennevières, France on April 4 and 11, 1994

  Steve Lacy: soprano, vocal (12); Steve Potts (18): alto; Bobby Few (19,20,
  25): piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel (21-27): bass; John Betsch (21-27): drums.

  Disc 2:
    1/ Op. 17                                   (Anton Webern)           1:58
    2/ Confirmation                             (Charlie Parker)         3:05
    3/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        4:33
    4/ Hocus-Pocus                              (Lacy)                   4:36
    5/ Deadline                                 (Lacy)                   3:01
    6/ Mootpoint                                (Lacy)                   2:46
    7/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        2:45
    8/ Art                                      (Lacy)                   5:07
    9/ Tips G-H-I-J                             (Lacy)                   6:33
    10/ No Baby                                 (Lacy)                   4:41
    11/ Prospectus                              (Lacy)                   5:01
    12/ Evidence                                (Lacy)                   4:45
    13/ Saxovision                              (Lacy)                   4:08

    Recorded at Studio de Chennevières, France on April 4 and 11, 1994
    Produced by CMAP/Outre Mesure

  Steve Lacy: soprano, vocals (11,13); Steve Potts (6,9,10,11,12): soprano, 
  alto; Irène Aebi (9): vocals; Bobby Few (8,9,10,11): piano; Jean-Jacques 
  Avenel (10,11,12): bass; John Betsch (5,7,10,11,12): drums.

    1995 - CMAP/Outre Mesure (France), CMAP-003/004 and OM-1194/1294 (2xCD)
    2006 - CMAP/Outre Mesure (France), CMAP-003/004 and OM-1194/1294 (2xCD)

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224 - THE RENDEZVOUS: Barry Wedgle, Steve Lacy

    1/ Who Knows                                (Monk)                   5:15
    2/ The Rendezvous                           (Lacy)                   5:35
    3/ Canaco Do Amor Demais                    (Jobim)                  4:30
    4/ Wickets                                  (Lacy)                   4:00
    5/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)                   5:30
    6/ The Cure                                 (Wedgle)                 6:00
    7/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   3:50
    8/ Gallups Gallop                           (Monk)                   3:50
    9/ Death Notice                             (Lacy)                   5:47
    10/ Arty's Last Song                        (Wedgle)                 4:13
    11/ Clichés                                 (Lacy)                   5:33
    12/ Whammies                                (Lacy)                   2:58

    Recorded at Chauve Souris Studio, Paris on January 11-13, 1994 

  Barry Wedgle: acoustic guitar; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1995 - Exit Records, 1001 (CD)

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225 - SANS SOUCI: Barry Wedgle

    1/ Sato's House                             (Wedgle)                 5:34
    2/ Dance Of The Butter                      (Wedgle)                 5:27
    3/ Arty's Last Song                         (Wedgle)                 7:15
    4/ Give And Take                            (Wedgle)                 6:26
    5/ In Your Dreams                           (Wedgle)                 6:08
    6/ Bird Voices                              (Wedgle)                 1:53
    7/ Birds                                    (Wedgle)                 4:50
    8/ Lucas                                    (Wedgle)                 5:02

    (1,2,5,7,8) recorded at Art Sound Studios, Paris
    (3,4) recorded in Cali, Columbia and at Chauve Souris Studios, Paris
    (6) recorded at Rocket Studios, Boulder

  Barry Wedgle (all but (6)): guitar; Bruce Wassy (1): drums; Rammond Doumbe
  (1,5): bass; Felix Saba-Lecco (2): drums; Noel Equabee (2,8): bass; George
  Coleman (2): tenor; Mark Thompson (2,8): synthesizers; Bidoul Duriche (2,5,
  8): percussion, drums; John Spindler (2): violin; Bob Drewry (2,7): string
  arrangement, synthesizers; Alberto Ramirez (3,4): synthesizer, rhythm sequ-
  encing; Dave Zinno (4): bass; Flavia DeMello (5): vocal percussion;
  Chandricka Fernandez (6): voice (soprano); Cara McMillen (6): voice (alto);
  Beth Winter (6): voice (contra alto); Steve Lacy (7): soprano.

    1995 - Exit Records, 1002 (CD)

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226 - REVENUE: Steve Lacy Quartet

    1/ The Rent                                 (Lacy)                   8:42
    2/ Revenue                                  (Lacy)                   6:03
    3/ This Is It                               (Lacy)                  12:11
    4/ The Uh Uh Uh                             (Lacy)                   7:41
    5/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                   9:18
    6/ I Do Not Believe                         (Lacy)                   4:50
    7/ Gospel                                   (Lacy)                   8:15

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on February 23-25, 1993

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass;
  John Betsch: drums.

    1995 - Soul Note (Italy), 121234-2 (CD)

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227 - VO[I]CES: Tony Rusconi

    1/ Le Chant De L'Aube                                                9:54
      1a/ Introduction                          (Achary)                 
      1b/ Duet                                  (Achary, Rusconi)
      1c/ Coda                                  (Achary)
    2/ Nacht Und Träume                         (Rusconi)                2:08
    3/ Dein Blaues Auge                         (Groth, Rusconi)         1:30
    4/ Die Nacht                                (Von Gilm, Rusconi)      1:40
    5/ Der Tod, Das Ist Die Kühle Nacht         (Heine, Rusconi)         1:41
    6/ Dein Blaues Auge                         (Groth, Rusconi)         1:30
    7/ Seeing Things, Hearing Voices            (Carrera, Rusconi)       2:22
    8/ Underline                                (Lacy)                   3:56
    9/ Mountains                                (Floros Floridis)        8:47
    10/ Beatus Homo                             (Rusconi)                2:21
    11/ Fulgebunt Justi                         (Rusconi)                1:47
    12/ Oculus Non Vidit                        (Rusconi)                1:53
    13/ Sancti Mei                              (Rusconi)                1:53
    14/ Justus Cor Suum                         (Rusconi)                1:35
    15/ Beatus Vir                              (Rusconi)                1:46
    16/ Oculus Non Vidit                        (Rusconi)                1:31
    17/ Continuum                               (Carlos Zingaro)         9:06
    18/ Take The 'A' Train                      (Strayhorn)              2:51    
    19/ Prelude To A Kiss                       (Ellington, Gordon, 
                                                Mills)                   2:24
    20/ I'm Beginning To See The Light          (James, Ellington, 
                                                Hodges, George)          4:03

    (1,9,17) recorded live at Agora Roman Theatre, Thessaloniki in July 1991
    (2-7) recorded at Bips Studio, Milano in June 1995
    (8) recorded live at Teatro Concordia, Bolzano (Italy) on March 5, 1983
    (10-16) recorded at S. Paolo Maggiore Church, Bologna in July 1995
    (18-20) recorded at Bips Studio, Milano in June 1995

  Beñat Achiary (1): voice; Roberto Aglieri (1,9,17): flutes; Floros Floridis
  (1,9,17): clarinet, soprano; Jean-Marc Montera (1,9,17): guitar; Tony
  Rusconi (1,8,9,17-20): drums, percussion, voice; Carlos Zingaro (1,9,17):
  violin; Rossella Redoglia (2-7): voice (soprano); Paolo Beretta (2-7): 
  piano; Steve Lacy (8): soprano; Mauro Periotto (8): bass; Alessandro 
  Carmignani (10,11,13): voice (tenor); Furio Zanasi (10-13,15): voice (bass);
  Silvia Piccollo (11-13,15): voice (cantus); Michel Vangoethem (11,13,15): 
  voice (altus); Paride Montanari (11,13,15,16): voice (bass); Renzo Bez 
  (12-14,16): voice (altus); Patrizia Vaccari (13-16): voice (cantus); Paolo
  Da Cole (13,15,16): voice (tenor); Mariano Nocito (18-20): bass; Beppe 
  Grifeo (18-20): piano.

    1995 - VM Boxes Ed. (Italy), VMB CD 114 (CD)

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228 - PACKET: Steve Lacy

    1/ Theatre                                  (Beck, Lacy)             7:18
    2/ Joy                                      (Malina, Lacy)           4:31
    3/ The Hour Is Late                         (Malina, Lacy)           3:17
    4/ First And Last Pain                      (Malina, Lacy)           5:10
    5/ Love And Politics                        (Malina, Lacy)           5:35
    6/ I Heard The Indian Sage                  (Malina, Lacy)           5:16
    7/ Do Not Judge Me Lightly                  (Malina, Lacy)           4:55
    8/ The True And The Contrary                (Malina, Lacy)           5:17
    9/ The Melancholy Life Of Woman             (Malina, Lacy)          11:27
    10/ Do Not Judge Me Lightly #2              (Malina, Lacy)           5:07

    Recorded at Studio Acousti, Paris on March 16-17, 1995

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Irène Aebi: vocals; Frederic Rzewski: piano.

    1995 - New Albion (USA), NA080 (CD)

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229 - ACTUALITY: Steve Lacy

    1/ Moms                                     (Lacy)                   5:21
    2/ This Is It                               (Lacy)                   6:31
    3/ Cette Fois                               (Lacy)                   3:38
    4/ Gospel                                   (Lacy)                   4:44
    5/ The Mantle                               (Lacy)                   5:22
    6/ Actuality (dedicated to Julius Hemphill) (Lacy)                   4:41
    7/ Revolutionary Suicide                    (Lacy)                   5:14
    8/ Prayer                                   (Lacy)                   7:09
    9/ The Door                                 (Lacy)                   4:48
    10/ Wait For Tomorrow                       (Lacy)                   6:02

    Recorded at the Old Church, Portand (USA) on April 10, 1995
    (10) recorded at Dead Aunt Thelma's, Portland (USA) on April 11, 1995 

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1995 - Cavity Search (USA), CSR 24 (CD)

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230 - 20 ANS DE JAZZ EN FRANCE: various artists

  This record features Swing Strings System, Michel Portal, Siegfried Kessler,
  A. Romano/L. Sclavis/H. Texier, C. Escoudé/B. Ferré/B. Reinhardt, Chris Mc
  Gregor, Didier Levallet Octet Scoop + Steve Lacy, Martial Solal, D. Humair/
  F. Jeanneau/H. Texier, Patrice Caratini, Jean-Marie/H. Texier/A. Romano,
  ONJ 86, R. Galliano, ONJ 87, Jacques Mahieux, J. Kuhn/D. Humair/JF. Jenny-
  Clarke, ONJ 90/91, Caron/Ecay/Lockwood, Henri Texier, M. Canonge, ONJ, D.
  Goyonne, JM. Padovani, S. Boutella, ??, JJ. Mosalini.

  Disc 1:
    7/ Sweet Lacy                               (Levallet)

  Didier Levallet Octet + Steve Lacy.

    ???? - Label Bleu (France), LBLC 6577.78 HM 65 x 2 (2xCD)

  See SCOOP (1983) for further references.

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231 - GIANTS OF JAZZ: Steve Lacy

    1/ Easy To Love                             (C. Porter)              8:25
    2/ Day Dream                                (Strayhorn, Ellington)   4:23
    3/ Let's Cool One                           (T. Monk)                6:43
    4/ Rockin' In Rhythm                        (Ellington, Mills, Carney)
                                                                         4:05
    5/ Something To Live For                    (Ellington, Strayhorn)   5:49
    6/ Alone Together                           (Dietz, Schwartz)        6:45
    7/ Work                                     (T. Monk)                5:24
    8/ Skippy                                   (T. Monk)                6:18
    9/ Monk's Mood                              (T. Monk)                8:10
    10/ Bye-Ya                                  (T. Monk)                9:01

    Recorded in 1957, 1961 & 1963

    1996 - Sarabandas, CD 53260 (CD)

  See SOPRANO TODAY for further references on (1,2,4,6,7), EVIDENCE for (3,5) 
  and SCHOOLS DAYS for (8-10).

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232 - FMP STORY: various artists

  This audio companion to the March 1996 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ
  features Peter Brötzmann Octet, Hans Reichel, Globe Unity Special, Peter 
  Kowald, Schlippenbach Trio, Petrowsky-Bauer-Gumpert-Sommer, Lacy-Parker, 
  King Übü Orchestra, Keith Tippett, Kowald-Lüdi-Morris-Namtchylak, Raphe 
  Malik Quintet, September Band, Joe Sachse.

  Steve Lacy plays on two tracks:

    3/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   6:01
    7/ Nocturnal Chirps 3                       (Lacy, Parker)           5:45

    1996 - Musica Jazz (Italy), FMP MJ 01 (magazine+CD)

  See EVIDENCE - VOL. 1 (1976) and CHIRPS (1985) for further references.

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233 - FLOOD AT THE ANT FARM: Phillip Johnston's Big Trouble

    1/ Hemline                                  (Steve Lacy)             6:43
    2/ Willie's Room                            (Johnston)               3:19
    3/ Mr Crocodile                             (Johnston)               8:33
    4/ Advertisement For A Dream                (Ruddick)                7:29
    5/ (They) Call Me Daisy                     (Johnston)               5:40
    6/ Pontius Pilate Polka                     (Johnston)               4:57
    7/ The Enduring Heart                       (Norton)                 4:19
    8/ Heaven, Hell, Or Hoboken                 (Ruddick)                4:26
    9/ Don't Fret, Sweat                        (DeBellis)               8:43
    10/ Alibi Blue                              (Ruddick)                3:36
    11/ Bone                                    (Steve Lacy)             4:29
    12/ Hairline                                (Johnston)               0:59

    Recorded at Tedesco Studios, New Jersey on July 25-26 and August 8, 1995
    Produced by Phillip Johnston

  Phillip Johnston: soprano, alto; Steve Swell: trombone; Bob DeBellis: sop-
  rano, tenor, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Joe Ruddick: piano, key-
  boards, sampler, alto; David Hofstra: bass; Kevin Norton: drums, vibraphone,
  marimba; Bob Henke: trumpet; Ron Horton: trumpet.

    1996 - Black Saint (Italy), 120182-2 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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234 - LIVE AT DREHER, PARIS 1981: ROUND MIDNIGHT VOL. 1: Steve Lacy, Mal
  Waldron

  Disc 1:
    1/ Let's Call This                          (Monk)                	 7:48
    2/ Round Midnight                           (Monk)                  10:32
    3/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                  11:24
    4/ Herbe De L'Oubli                         (Lacy)                  11:14
    5/ Snake Out                                (Waldron)               15:02
  Disc 2:
    6/ Round Midnight                           (Monk)                  13:22
    7/ Deep Endeavors                           (Waldron)               13:10
    8/ A Case Of Plus 4's                       (Waldron)               10:17
    9/ The Seagulls Of Kristiansund             (Waldron)               10:23
    10/ Snake Out                               (Waldron)               13:16

    (1-2) recorded live at Dréher, Paris on August 10, 1981
    (3-6) recorded live at Dréher, Paris on August 13, 1981
    (7-10) recorded live at Dréher, Paris on August 14, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1996 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat ART 2-6172 (2xCD)

  Note: (6,7) appear on LET'S CALL THIS (1986), and (8,10) on SNAKE OUT 
  (1982).

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235 - BYE-YA: Steve Lacy Trio

    1/ The Hoot                                 (Lacy)                   4:45
    2/ Bye-Ya                                   (Monk)                   6:12
    3/ Longing                                  (Lacy)                   8:46
    4/ The Bath                                 (Lacy)                   8:54
    5/ Pï-Pande                                 (Avenel)                 4:45
    6/ Regret                                   (Lacy, Potts)            4:40
    7/ Prayer                                   (Lacy)                   8:37
    8/ Trinkle Tinkle                           (Monk)                   6:41
    9/ Absence                                  (Lacy, Tom Raworth)      6:13
    10/ Bookioni                                (Lacy)                   4:05

    Recorded at Gimmick Studio, Yerres on March 28 and 29, 1996
    Produced by Jean-Paul Rodrigue

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass, kora; John Betsch: drums;
  Irène Aebi (6,9): vocal.

    1996 - Free Lance (France), FRL-CD 025 (CD)

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236 - I REMEMBER THELONIOUS: Steve Lacy and Mal Waldron

    1/ Monk's Dream                             (Monk)                   6:23
    2/ Reflections                              (Monk)                   7:13
    3/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   6:15
    4/ Misterioso                               (Monk)                   7:08
    5/ Let's Call This                          (Monk)                   6:35
    6/ Round Midnight                           (Monk)                   9:19
    7/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   4:50
    8/ Well You Needn't                         (Monk)                   3:09
    9/ I'll Keep Loving You                     (Powell)                 9:10   

    Recorded live at Jazz in' It Festival, Vignola (Italy) on June 28, 1992 

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1996 - Nel Jazz (Italy), NLJ 0959-2 (CD)

  Note: this record is an audio companion to the Italian jazz magazine JAZZ 
  CONCERTO (Anno II - N. 7).

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237 - TRESORS DU JAZZ: various artists

  This set features Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Fats
  Waller, Count Basie, The Golden Gate Quartet, Benny Goodman, Jimmie
  Lunceford, Lionel Hampton, Coleman Hawkins, Glenn Miller, Ben Webster, Artie
  Shaw, Django Reinhardt, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Tatum, Charlie Parker & Miles
  Davis, Erroll Garner, Sidney Bechet, Oscar Peterson, Sidney Bechet, Lucky
  Thompson, Gerry Mulligan, Clifford Brown, Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie
  with Sarah Vaughan, Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers, Roy Eldridge,
  Charles Mingus, Bud Powell, Chet Baker, Sonny Rollins, Paul Desmond, Jay Jay
  Johnson with Big Band, Jeanne Lee & Ran Blake, Duke Ellington, Henry
  Mancini, Count Basie, Stan Getz with Woody Herman, Louis Armstrong, Duke
  Ellington, Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron, Carmen McRae, Roy Hargrove, Michel
  Legrand, Hilton Ruiz, Gato Barbieri, Gil Evans, Gil Scott-Heron, Lonnie
  Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes, The Brecker Brothers, Spyro Gyra.

    42/ Hot House                               (Dameron)

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1996 - RCA/BMG (France), 74321390792 (3xCD)

  See HOT HOUSE (1991) for further references.

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238 - TRESORS DU SAXOPHONE: various artists

  This 4xCD set features Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron (70,79), etc.

  Disc 1:
  Disc 2:
  Disc 3:
  Disc 4:
    70/ Hot House                               (Tadd Dameron)
    79/ The Mooche                              (Duke Ellington)

    Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1996 (?) - RCA Victor/BMG (France), 82876506412 (4xCD)

  See HOT HOUSE (1991) for further references on (70,79).

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239 - THE COLLECTION - JAZZ MASTERS 60: various artists

  This record features Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli, Lionel Hampton
  and Oscar Peterson, Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, Kenny Burrell with
  Gil Evans, Lester Young, Oliver Nelson, Jimmy Smith, Billie Holiday, Gerry
  Mulligan, Cal Tjader, Roland Kirk, Sarah Vaughan, Coleman Hawkins and Ben
  Webster, Chet Baker, Clifford Brown and Max Roach, Herbie Man.

  Steve Lacy plays on one track with Kenny Burrell (with Gil Evans):

    4/ Last Night When We Were Young                                     4:35

    1996 - Verve (USA), 314 529 866-2 (CD)

  See GUITAR FORMS (1965) for further references.

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240 - FIVE FACINGS: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   6:17
    2/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)                   7:50
    3/ Off Minor                                (Monk)                   7:01
    4/ Ruby My Dear                             (Monk)                   9:53
    5/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   6:22
    6/ Art                                      (Lacy)                  11:53
    7/ Twenty One                               (improvisation)         20:22
    8/ The Wane                                 (Lacy)                   7:35

    (1,2) recorded at the Workshop Freie Musik '96, Berlin on April 7, 1996
    (3-5) recorded at the Workshop Freie Musik '96, Berlin on April 5, 1996
    (6) recorded at the Workshop Freie Musik '96, Berlin on April 4, 1996
    (7) recorded at the Workshop Freie Musik '96, Berlin on April 8, 1996
    (8) recorded at the Workshop Freie Musik '96, Berlin on April 6, 1996

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Marilyn Crispell (1,2): piano; Misha Mengelberg (3,4,
  5): piano; Ulrich Gumpert (6): piano; Fred Van Hove (7): piano; Vladimir
  Miller (8): piano.

    1996 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 85 (CD)
    2008 - Jazzwerkstatt (Germany), 025 (CD)

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241 - ASSOCIATES: Steve Lacy

    1/ Haze                                     (Lacy)                  11:33
    2/ Free Point                               (Lacy)                   9:31
    3/ Epistrophy                               (Lacy)                   7:56
    4/ Train Going By                           (Lacy)                   3:37
    5/ Pannonica                                (Lacy)                   6:58
    6/ The Rent                                 (Lacy)                   9:34
    7/ Untitled                                 (Lacy)                   5:24
    8/ The Whammies                             (Lacy)                   5:19
    9/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   7:13
    10/ Clichés                                 (Lacy)                  10:53

    (1) recorded in Hiroshima, Japan in September 1983
    (2) recorded in London on December 7, 1985
    (3) recorded in Sicily in March 1994
    (4) recorded in Vancouver, Canada on December 31, 1993
    (5) recorded in Montreal, Canada on April 29, 1992
    (6) recorded in Istambul, Turkey on March 9, 1992
    (7) recorded at the Dunois, Paris on June 25, 1985
    (8) recorded at the Dunois, Paris on December 30, 1982
    (9) recorded at Burghausen, Germany on March 8, 1985
    (10) recorded at the Dunois, Paris on December 28, 1982

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Masahiko Togashi (1): percussions; Steve Potts (2): 
  soprano; Mal Waldron (3): piano; Irène Aebi (4): voice; Roswell Rudd (5): 
  trombone; Bobby Few (6): piano; Derek Bailey (7): guitar; George Lewis (8):
  trombone; Ulrich Gumpert (9): piano; Muhammad Ali (10): drums.

    1996 - Musica Jazz (Italy), Femay FF 1001 (CD)
    1997 - New Tone (Italy), 21750 7009 2 (CD)
    2009 - Felmay (Italy), fy 7009 2 (CD)
 
  Note: the 1996 pressing is sold with the Italian jazz review MUSICA JAZZ 
  (Anno 52 - N. 10 - October 96).
  Note: the recording date for (7) has been corrected (it was wrongly stated
  as being February 1, 1985).

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242 - BLUES FOR AIDA: Steve Lacy

  Disc 1:
    1-4/               							19:43
      1/ Shuffle Boil                           (Thelonious Monk)
      2/ Eronel                                 (Thelonious Monk)
      3/ Evidence                               (Thelonious Monk)
      4/ Pannonica                              (Thelonious Monk)
    5/ Who Knows                                (Thelonious Monk)	 3:35
    6/ The Crust                                (Lacy)			 5:11
    7/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)			 5:32
    8/ Cette Fois                               (Lacy)			 3:08
    9/ The Mantle                               (Lacy)			 5:47
    10/ Prospectus                              (Lacy)			 4:02
  Disc 2:
    11/ Moms                                    (Lacy)			 6:20
    12/ Art                                     (Lacy)			 6:59
    13/ The Rent                                (Lacy)  		 5:55
    14/ Revenue                                 (Lacy)			 6:13
    15/ Retreat                                 (Lacy)			 6:30
    16/ Deadline                                (Lacy)  		 7:16
    17/ Trinkle Tinkle                          (Thelonious Monk)	 4:14

    Recorded at Hall Egg Farm, Saitama (Japan) on September 10, 1995

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1996 - Egg Farm (Japan), EF-04 (2xCD)

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243 - ETERNAL DUO '95: Steve Lacy, Masahiko Togashi

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   6:10
    2/ Unbalance                                (Togashi)                8:27
    3/ Longing                                  (Lacy)                   7:35
    4/ Orange                                   (Togashi)                8:52
    5/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                   8:17
    6/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)                   6:56
    7/ In The Pot                               (Togashi)                7:59
    8/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                   7:40
    9/ Why Not                                  (Lacy, Togashi)          5:06

    Recorded at Pit Inn Shinjuku, Tokyo (Japan) on September 8, 1995

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Masahiko Togashi: drums.

    1996 - Take One (Japan), TKOJ-1 (CD)

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244 - LIVE AT DREHER, PARIS 1981: THE PEAK VOL. 2: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

  Disc 1:
    1/ Bone                                     (Lacy)                  10:45
    2/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                  13:25
    3/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                  11:37
    4/ I Feel A Draft                           (Lacy)                  10:48
    5/ Round Midnight                           (Monk)                  12:37
    6/ Well You Needn't                         (Monk)                  10:01
    7/ Epistrophy                               (Monk)                   7:44
  Disc 2:
    8/ The Peak                                 (Lacy)                  17:11
    9/ Herbe De L'Oubli                         (Lacy)                  11:09
    10/ Hoorey For Herbie                       (Waldron)               17:40
    11/ Let's Call This                         (Monk)                   6:59
    12/ Epistrophy                              (Monk)                   7:27
    13/ Well You Needn't                        (Monk)                   7:54

    (1-7) recorded live at Dréher, Paris on August 14, 1981
    (8-13) recorded live at Dréher, Paris on August 15, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1997 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), Hat Art CD 2-6186 (2xCD)

  Note: (1,4,8,11,13) appear on LET'S CALL THIS (1986), (2,3) on SNAKE OUT 
  (1982) and (9,10,12) on HERBE DE L'OUBLI (1983).

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

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

  Steve Lacy plays on one track:

    7/ Twelve Bars                              (Nichols)                4:28

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

  See REGENERATION (1983) for further references.

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246 - THE BEST OF MILES DAVIS & GIL EVANS

    1/ My Ship                                                           4:28
    2/ Miles Ahead                                                       3:30
    3/ Blues For Pablo                                                   5:19
    4/ Gone                                                              3:37
    5/ My Man's Gone Now                                                 6:15
    6/ It Ain't Necessarily So                                           4:24
    7/ Summertime                                                        3:18
    8/ I Loves You, Porgy                                                3:40
    9/ Concierto De Aranjuez                                            16:19
    10/ Wait Till You See Her                                            4:02
    11/ Corcovado                                                        2:42
    12/ The Time Of The Barracudas (excerpt)                             3:06

    1997 - Columbia (USA), CK 67425 (CD)

  See QUIET NIGHTS (1963) for futher references.

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247 - COUPLES: Alex Grillo

    1/ Non Sono Solo...                         (Grillo)
    2/ Lignou                                   (Grillo)
    3/ Suite A Contre                           (Grillo)
    4/ Feline                                   (Steve Lacy)		 5:29
    5/ ...Col Vibrafono...                      (Grillo)
    6/ Epistrophy                               (Thelonious Monk)
    7/ ...Fait Pas L'Moine !                    (Grillo)
    8/ Tango Strano                             (Grillo)
    9/ ...Ma Ballo...                           (Grillo)
    10/ Shiro Blues                             (Grillo)
    11/ Neptune' Suit                           (Grillo)
    12/ Shut, Chut                              (Grillo)
    13/ ...Il Tchatchatcha                      (Grillo)

    Recorded at Les Instants Chavirés, Montreuil (France) in July 1996

  Alex Grillo: vibraphone; Franck Tortiller (1): vibraphone; Jean-FranÁois
  Canape (2): trumpet; Bibi Rovere (3): bass; Steve Lacy (4): soprano; Serge
  Pesce (5): guitar; André Jaume (6): tenor; Christian Zagaria (7): quinton
  d'amour; Steve Potts (8): alto; Didier Petit (9): cello; Didier Malherbe
  (10): flute; Sophie Agnel (11): piano; Bruno Girard (12): violin; Patricio
  Villaroel (13): piano.

    1997 - CELP (France), C 35 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy only plays on (4).

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248 - COMMUNIQUÉ: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ Who Knows				(Monk)			 4:02
    2/ Peggy's Blue Skilight			(Mingus)		 6:53
    3/ Smooch					(Mingus, Davis)		 5:42
    4/ Blue Monk				(Monk)			 6:07
    5/ Roll On 					(Elmo Hope)		 5:23
    6/ No More Tears 				(Waldron)		 5:46
    7/ Esteem					(Lacy)			 6:09
    8/ Prayer					(Lacy)			 6:27
    9/ Fondest Recollections			(Waldron)		 8:34
    10/ Wickets					(Lacy)			 4:55
    11/ Communiqué				(Waldron, Lacy)		 3:56

    Recorded at Mu Rec Studio, Milan (Italy) on March 8 and 9, 1994

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    1997 - Soul Note (Italy), 121298-2 (CD)

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249 - 5 x MONK 5 x LACY: Steve Lacy

    1/ Shuffle Boil                             (Monk)                   3:48
    2/ Eronel                                   (Monk)                   3:52
    3/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   3:35
    4/ Pannonica                                (Monk)                   5:24
    5/ Who Knows                                (Monk)                   3:12
    6/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   4:13
    7/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)                   6:09
    8/ Revenue                                  (Lacy)                   5:28
    9/ Naked Lunch                              (Lacy)                   4:13
    10/ Deadline                                (Lacy)                   5:16

    Recorded in the Horsalen of the Stockholm Kulturhuset, Sweden on March 26,
    1994

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1997 - Silkheart (Sweden), SHCD 144 (CD)

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250 - THE PANASONIC VILLAGE JAZZ FESTIVAL: various artists

  This record features Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, Hank Jones, Dianne Reeves,
  Wallace Roney, John Bunch/Bucky Pizzarelli, Gil Evans Orchestra, Spirit of
  Life Ensemble, Gust William Tsilis, Geri Allen, Kenny Garrett, Terumasa
  Hino/Masabumi Kikuchi, Hilton Ruiz.

  Steve Lacy plays on one track with the Gil Evans Orchestra:

    7/ La Nevada                                                         6:15

    1997 - IMF (USA?), IMF-1004 (CD)

  See GREAT JAZZ STANDARDS (1959) for further references.

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

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

  Steve Lacy plays on one track:

    7/ I Do Not Believe                         (Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)  9:26

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

  See VESPERS (1993) for further references.

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252 - ONYX JAZZ CLUB 85/95: various artists

  This record features Lingomania (1), Steve Lacy and Franco D'Andrea (2),
  Steve Lacy and Glenn Ferris (3), Enrico Rava Quartet (4), Richard Galliano
  (5,6), Italian String Trio & Orchestra Utopia (7), Ettore Fioravanti and
  Ernst Reijseger Quartet (8), Paolo Fresu Sextet (9), Novitango (10), Aldo
  Romano Quartet (11).

  Steve Lacy plays on two tracks, one with Franco D'Andrea:

    2/ Well You Needn't                         (Monk)                   7:16

  and one with Glenn Ferris:

    3/ Ruby My Dear                             (Monk)                   4:07

    (2) recorded in Matera on January 18, 1992
    (3) recorded in Matera on March 14, 1992

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Franco D'Andrea (2): piano; Glenn Ferris (3): trombone.

    1997 (?) - Onyx (Italy), CD ONYX 002 (CD)

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253 - PUPPIES: Art Song Trio

  The Art Song Trio interprets 9 love songs by Steve Lacy and Mary Frazee.

    1/ The Ad                                   (Lacy, Frazee)           6:01
    2/ Image                                    (Lacy, Frazee)           6:25
    3/ A Complicated Scene                      (Lacy, Frazee)           4:41
    4/ You Can't Prevent Love                   (Lacy, Frazee)           4:54
    5/ I'm Glad I Have You                      (Lacy, Frazee)           7:10
    6/ I'm Out                                  (Lacy, Frazee)           5:10
    7/ The Pardon                               (Lacy, Frazee)           5:20
    8/ The Mantle                               (Lacy, Frazee)           5:44
    9/ 3 Wishes                                 (Lacy, Frazee)           2:44

    Recorded in Zürich, Switzerland on January 25, 1993
    Produced by Steve Lacy

  Irène Aebi: vocals, violin; Petia Kaufman: harpsichord; Carol Robinson:
  clarinet, bass clarinet.

    1998 - Ergodic Records (USA), erg 001-2 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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254 - SLAM SAMPLER: various artists

  This audio companion to the issue No 5 of AVANT features Mal Waldron/Steve
  Lacy (1), Mal Waldron/George Haslam (2), Lol Coxhill/George Ricci and 
  Improverts (3), Paul Rutherford (4), Paul Dunmall/Paul Rogers (5), Allison 
  Bently Qt with Mornington Lockett (6), Greg Morgan (7), Phil Parnell (8), 
  Elton Dean Qt with Roswell Rudd (9), Howard Riley/Art Theremin (10), George
  Haslam (11).

  Steve Lacy plays on one track in duo with Mal Waldron:

    1/ In a Sentimental Mood                    (Ellington, Mills, Kurtz)8:18

    1998 - Avant Magazine (UK), #5 (magazine+CD)

  See LET'S CALL THIS ... ESTEEM (1993) for further references.

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255 - LIVE AT UNITY TEMPLE: Steve Lacy

    Monk medley                                 (Monk)                  18:38
      1/ Shuffle Boil
      2/ Thelonious
      3/ Evidence
      4/ Pannonica
      5/ Misterioso
      6/ Skippy
    7/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   4:23
    8/ Art                                      (Lacy)                   6:24
    9/ Revenue                                  (Lacy)                   4:54
    10/ Absence                                 (Lacy)                   5:17
    11/ Deadline                                (Lacy)                   4:34

    Recorded live at Unity Temple, Chicago on November 6, 1997

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    1998 - Wobbly Rail (USA), WOB-003 (CD)

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

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

  Disc 3:
    11/ Bone                                    (Lacy)                   5:19

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City on June 18, 1996

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

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

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257 - SANDS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Who Needs It?                            (Lacy)                   2:47
    2/ Gloompot                                 (Lacy)                   4:08
    3/ Jewgitive                                (Lacy)                   4:45
    4/ Naufrage                                 (Lacy)                   7:11
    5/ The Dumps                                (Lacy)                   4:17
    Sands                                       (Lacy)
      6/ Stand                                                           6:47
      7/ Jump                                                            5:15
      8/ Fall                                                            5:40
    9/ Song                                     (Lacy)                   7:11
    10/ On Vous Demande                         (Lacy)                   3:46
    11/ Morning Joy                             (Lacy)                   5:06

    Recorded in Paris on April 15, 1998

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Irène Aebi (9): vocals.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7124 (CD)

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258 - NIGHT AND DAY - THE JAZZ GIANTS PLAY COLE PORTER: various artists

  This record features Zoot Sims (1), Gil Evans (2), Art Pepper (3), Joe Pass/
  Herb Ellis (4), Milt Jackson (5), Bill Evans (6), Cal Tjader (7), Joe
  Henderson (8), Art Tatum (9), John Coltrane (10), Gene Ammons (11), Sonny
  Rollins (12), Johnny Griffin/Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (13).

  Steve Lacy plays on one track with Gil Evans:

    2/ Just One Of Those Things                 (Gil Evans)              4:23

    Compilation produced by Eric Miller

    1998 - Prestige (USA), PRCD-24203-2 (CD)

  See GIL EVANS PLUS TEN (1957) for further references.

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259 - LOUISE (TAKE 2): Siegfried

  Soundtrack for the movie Louise (Take 2).
 
    1/ Louise (Take 1)                          (Siegfried)              4:52
    2/ Pickpockets                              (Siegfried)              7:22
    3/ Le Père Et Rémi                          (Siegfried)              8:41
    4/ Elodie, Feb. 97                          (Siegfried)              7:20
    5/ Louise (Take 2)                          (Siegfried)              4:44
    6/ Elodie, Oct. 98                          (Siegfried)              3:01

    Recorded in 1998
    Recorded at Artistic Palace, Paris and Aquarius, Geneve
    (6) recorded at Studio du Flon, Lausanne (Switzerland)
    Produced by Siegfried

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Moncef Genou: piano;
  Ricardo Del Fra: double bass; Sangoma Everett: drums; Erik Truffaz (6):
  trumpet; Patrick Muller (6): piano.
 
    1998 - WEA/Vagabondages (France), 3984 25792 2 (CD)
    1998 - WEA/Vagabondages (France), 3984 25791 2 (2xCD)

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260 - WILD KITTEN: Joe Puma

    1/ Rose Room                                (Hickman, Williams)      5:46
    2/ Polka Dots And Moonbeams                 (Burke, Van Heusen)      2:39
    3/ Rigamarole                               (Mat Mathews)            3:47
    4/ Sportin' With Morton                     (Joe Puma)               3:49
    5/ Wild Kitten                              (Mat Mathews)            5:49
    6/ Soon                                     (Gershwin, Gershwin)     4:09
    7/ But Not For Me                           (Gershwin, Gershwin)     2:37
    8/ Rosalie Ann                              (Joe Puma)               3:28
    9/ Give Me The Simple Life                  (Ruby, Bloom)            3:35
    10/ Indian Blanket                          (Joe Puma)               3:53

    (1-8) recorded in New York on February 25, 1957
    (9,10) recorded in New York on June 13, 1956

  Joe Puma: guitar; Mat Mathews (1-8): accordion; Oscar Pettiford (1,5,6,8):
  bass; Whitey Mitchell (2-4,7,9,10): bass; Shadow Wilson (1-8): drums; Tom
  Stewart (9,10): tenor saxhorn; Steve Lacy (9,10): soprano; Herbie Man (9, 
  10): flute, tenor; Herb Wasserman (9,10): drums.

    1998 - Dawn/Blue Moon (Spain), DCD 109 (CD)

  Note: (9,10) are only available on the CD reissue.

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261 - THE CRY: Steve Lacy + 6

  Disc 1:
    1/ Cannonade                                                         1:39
    2/ Character                                                         4:06
    3/ Straight Path                                                     5:18
    4/ Granary                                                           6:31
    5/ Divorce Letter                                                    5:51
    6/ Divided                                                           5:07
    7/ Agression                                                         6:53
  Disc 2:
    8/ Désir D'Amour                                                     7:21
    9/ Body Theory                                                       7:10
    10/ Dark And Handsome                                                6:27
    11/ Acquaintance                                                     6:40
    12/ The Cry                                                         11:56
    13/ Rundown (Ambapali Speaks)                                       10:55

    Recorded at Alhambra, Geneve (Switzerland) on March 8, 1998

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Irène Aebi: voice; Tina Wrase: soprano, sopranino, bass
  clarinet; Petia Kaufman: harpsichord; Cathrin Pfeifer: accordion; Jean-
  Jacques Avenel: bass; Daniel "Topo" Gioia: percussion; Wanda Savy: scenery,
  lights; Pia Myrvold: dress.

    1999 - Soul Note (Italy), 121315-2 (2xCD)

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262 - THE RENT: Steve Lacy Trio

  Disc 1:
    1/ Shuffle Boil                             (Monk)                   7:22
    2/ The Bath                                 (Lacy)                   8:25
    3/ The Rent                                 (Lacy)                  10:23
    4/ Prayer                                   (Lacy)                  10:05
    5/ Blinks                                   (Lacy)                   9:37
  Disc 2:
    6/ The Door                                 (Lacy)                  10:56
    7/ Retreat                                  (Lacy)                  10:02
    8/ Gospel                                   (Lacy)                   7:15
    9/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                   8:05
    10/ Bone                                    (Lacy)                  11:19
    11/ Bookioni                                (Lacy)                   3:22

    Recorded live at The Old Church, Portland (USA) on November 30, 1997

  Steve Lacy: soprano, voice; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; John Betsch: drums.

    1999 - Cavity Search (USA), CSR 44 (2xCD)

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263 - THE JOAN MIRO FOUNDATION CONCERT: Steve Lacy, Irène Aebi

    1/ Introduction by Steve Lacy                                        0:22
    2/ Shuffle Boil                             (Monk)                   3:00
    3/ Eronel                                   (Monk)                   2:40
    4/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   3:48
    5/ Reflections                              (Monk)                   2:57
    6/ Misterioso                               (Monk)                   3:30
    7/ Work                                     (Monk)                   2:44
    8/ Steve Lacy Speaks                                                 0:51
    9/ Art                                      (Lacy)                   4:19
    10/ Steve Lacy Speaks                                                0:44
    11/ ZA                                      (Lacy)                   2:44
    12/ Die Gazelle Zittert                     (Lacy)                   2:52
    13/ One Day                                 (Lacy)                   2:21
    14/ Dome                                    (Lacy)                   1:13
    15/ Steve Lacy Speaks                                                0:26
    16/ Avis                                    (Lacy)                   2:49
    17/ Wish                                    (Lacy)                   2:41
    18/ Steve Lacy Speaks                                                0:31
    19/ Como E Trieste Venezia                  (Lacy)                   2:25
    20/ Steve Lacy Speaks                                                0:16
    21/ Jack's Blues                            (Lacy)                   2:11
    22/ Heaven                                  (Lacy)                   2:00
    23/ Train Going By                          (Lacy)                   2:56

    Recorded at the Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona (Spain) on June 8, 1995

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Irène Aebi (9,11-14,16-17,19,21-23): vocals.

    1999 - Edicions Nova Era (Spain), NMC 10 (CD)

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264 - RARA AVIS: Clusone 3

    1/ The Buzzard Song                         (G&I Gershwin, Heyward)  7:25
    2/ Avocet                                   (Moore)                  4:10
    3/ Yellow Bird                              (Luboff, Keith, Bergmann)3:28
    4/ El Condor Pasa                           (Peruvian trad.)         3:48
    5/ Secretary Bird                           (Moore)                  2:51
    6/ When The Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin' Along
                                                (H. MacGregor Woods)     2:52
    7/ Nightingales Sang In Berkeley Square     (Maschwitz, Sherman)     3:39
    8/ Baltimore Oriole                         (Mercer, Carmichael)     4:05
    9/ Skylark                                  (Carmichael)             3:29
    10/ Duck                                    (Steve Lacy)             1:57
    11/ O Pato                                  (A. C. Jobim)            5:42 
    12/ Le Cygne                                (Camille Saint-Saens)    3:20
    13/ Tico-Tico No Fuba                       (Z. Abreu)               4:25
    14/ My Bird of Paradise                     (I. Berlin)              4:39

    Recorded at Kulak, Berikon (Switzerland) on December 13, 1997
    Produced by Pia and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Michael Moore: alto, clarinet, melodica; Ernst Reijseger: cello; Han
  Bennink: drums.

    1999 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 523 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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265 - MONK'S DREAM: Steve Lacy, Roswell Rudd

    1/ Monk's Dream                             (Thelonious Monk)        7:35
    2/ The Bath                                 (Lacy)                  11:43
    3/ The Rent                                 (Lacy)                  10:45
    4/ Pannonica                                (Thelonious Monk)        9:26
    5/ A Bright Pearl                           (Lacy)                   5:55
    6/ Traces                                   (Lacy, Ryokan)           8:03
    7/ Koko                                     (Duke Ellington)         5:21
    8/ Grey Blue                                (Lacy)                  10:08
    9/ The Door                                 (Lacy)                   7:05

    Recorded at Studios Ferber, Paris on June 21-22, 1999
    Vocals recorded on August 12, 1999
    Produced by Steve Lacy

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Roswell Rudd: trombone; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; John
  Betsch: drums; Irène Aebi (5-6): vocals.

    1999 - Verve France/Universal (France), 543 090-2 (CD)
    2000 - Verve (USA), 314 543 090-2 (CD)

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266 - SPIRIT OF JAZZ: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Charlie Parker (1), John Coltrane (2), Miles Davis
  (3), Billie Holiday (4), Ella Fitzgerald (5), Dizzy Gillespie (6), Bill
  Evans (7), Lionel Hampton (8), Django Reinhardt (9), Stéphane Grappelli
  (10), Hank Jones (11), Sidney Bechet (12), Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers
  (13), Chick Corea (14), Michel Petrucciani (15), Steve Lacy & Eric Watson
  (16), Aldo Romano (17), Jean-Marc Padovani (18), Richard Galliano & Jean-
  Charles Capon (19), Jean-Loup Longnon (20), Marc Berthoumieux (21), Jean-
  Pierre Como (22), Louis Winsberg & Sylvain Luc (23), Debora Seffer & Didier
  Lockwood (24), Christian Vander (25), Emmanuel Bex (26), Steve Grossman
  (27), Prysm (28).

    16/ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat                    (Steve Lacy, Eric Watson)

    1999 (?) - Wagram Music (France?), 3044432 (2xCD)

  See SPIRIT OF MINGUS (1992) for further references on (16).

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267 - THE GOLD COLLECTION: Gil Evans

    1/ Here Comes De Honey Man                  (Heyward, Gershwin)     13:28
    2/ Voodoo Chile                             (J. Hendrix)             8:22
    3/ Eleven                                   (Davis, Evans)           9:47
    4/ Boogie Stop Shuffle                      (Charles Mingus)         3:43
    5/ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat                     (Charles Mingus)        10:24
    6/ Drizzling Rain                           (M. Kikuchi)            11:42

    (1) recorded in Lugano, Switzerland on May 3, 1986
    (2-5) recorded in Milan, Italy on May 5, 1986
    (6) recorded in Paris, France on July 23, 1981

  Stanton Davis (1-5): trumpet; Miles Evans: trumpet; Shunzo Ono (1-5): trum-
  pet; John Clark (1-5): French horn; George Lewis: trombone; Howard Johnson
  (1-5): tuba, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Bill Evans (1-5): tenor,
  soprano; Chris Hunter (1-5): soprano, alto, flute; Pete Levin: synthesizer,
  electric keyboards; Hiram Bullock (1-5): guitar; Mark Egan (1-5): electric
  bass; Danny Gottlieb (1-5): drums; Gil Evans: piano, electric piano; Marvin
  Peterson (6): trumpet; Lew Soloff (6): trumpet; Dave Bargeron (6): trombone;
  Steve Grossman (6): soprano, tenor; Steve Lacy (6): soprano; David Sanborn
  (6): alto; Buster Williams (6): bass; Anita Evans (6): percussion; Omar
  Hakim (6): drums.

    2000 - Fine Tune (USA), 2234-2 (CD)

  See LUNAR ECLYPSE (1993) for further references on (6).

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268 - OUTCOME: Derek Bailey, Steve Lacy

    1/ Input #1                                 (Bailey, Lacy)          16:49
    2/ Input #2                                 (Bailey, Lacy)          13:36
    3/ Input #3                                 (Bailey, Lacy)           8:04
    4/ Input #4                                 (Bailey, Lacy)          15:58
    5/ Input #5                                 (Bailey, Lacy)           5:28

    Recorded at Dunois, Paris on June 25, 1983

  Derek Bailey: electric guitar; Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2000 - Potlatch (France), P 299 (CD)

  Note: (5) has already been released as (7) on ASSOCIATES (1996).

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269 - JELENA ANA MILCETIC A.K.A. HELEN MERRILL: Helen Merrill

    1/ Kirje                                    (Tomislav Uhlik)         3:14
    2/ Imagining Krk                            (Gil Goldstein)          2:14
    3/ Long, Long Ago                           (Thomas Haynes Bayly)    4:35
    4/ My Father                                (Judy Collins)           7:17
    5/ La Paloma                                (Sebastian Yradier)      5:57
    6/ Tanac                                    (trad. Croatian)         1:40
    7/ Wayfarin' Stranger                       (trad.)                  4:24
    8/ I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen       (Thomas P. Westendorf)   5:29
    9/ Lost In The Stars                        (K. Weill, M. Anderson)  5:18
    10/ Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child(trad.)                  5:35
    11/ Among My Souvenirs                      (Nicholls, Leslie)       3:44
    12/ Nobody Knows                            (Legrand, Bergman)       2:32
    13/ Ti Si Rajski Cvijet (You Are A Flower From Paradise)
                                                (trad. Croatian)         1:00

    Recorded at Sear Sound Studio, New York City on April 9, May 27, June 5-16
    and September 11, 1999 
    Produced by Helen Merrill and Daniel Richard

  Helen Merrill: vocals; Lado Folk Dance & Music Ensemble of Croatia (1); 
  Terry Clarke (1-3,5,9,11): drums; Steve Lacy (2,3,5,6,9): soprano; Gil 
  Goldstein (2,3,5,9): accordion, piano, arranger (on (3,5,9)); George Mraz 
  (2-4,5,7-11): double bass; Dennis Anderson (4,7,8): oboe, english horn; 
  Dominic Cortese (4,7,8,13): accordion; Torrie Zito (4,7,8,12): Fender 
  Rhodes, arranger (on (4,7,8)), conductor (on (4,7,8)), piano; Gloria 
  Agostini (4,7,8): harp; Jeff Mironov (4,7,8): guitar; Jesse Levy (4,7,8): 
  cello; Steve Kroon (4,7,8): percussion; Franck Zuback (9): conductor; Sir
  Roland Hanna (10,11): piano.

    2000 - Verve/Gitanes Jazz Productions (France), 543 089 2 (CD)
    2000 - Verve (USA?), 314 543 089 2 (CD)

  Note: not sure if the second pressing is really a different one or is 
  simply the same as the French one.

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270 - JAZZACTUEL: various artists

  This set features Sunny Murray (1), Archie Shepp (2), Steve Lacy (3), Daevid
  Allen (4), Sonny Sharrock (5), Grachan Moncur III (6), Clifford Thornton
  (7), Jacques Coursil (8), Dave Burrell (9), Sun Ra & His Solar-Myth Arkestra
  (10), Arthur Jones (11), Burton Greene Ensemble (12), Art Ensemble of 
  Chicago (13), Andrew Cyrille (14), Paul Bley (15), Frank Wright (16), Acting
  Trio (17), Dewey Redman (18), Don Cherry (19), Anthony Braxton (20), Jimmy 
  Lyons (21), Claude Delcloo/Arthur Jones (22), Musica Elettronica Viva (23),
  Kenneth Terroade (24), Gong (25), Alan Silva & The Celestrial Communication
  Orchestra (26).

  Steve Lacy plays on two tracks, one under his name:

    3/ Note                                     (Steve Lacy)             4:27

  and one with Alan Silva & The Celestrial Communication Orchestra:

    26/ The Seasons, Part 6                     (Alan Silva)            22:30

    2000 - Charly (Germany), 1373 (3xCD)
    2001 - Charly (UK), SNAJ 707 (3xCD)
    2001 - Get Back (Italy), GET 300 (6xLP)
 
  Note: selection edited by Thurston Moore and Byron Coley.
 
  See MOON (1969) for further references on (3).
  See SEASONS (1972) for further references on (26).

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271 - BROAD STROKES: Roswell Rudd

    1/ Change Of Season                         (Nichols)
    2/ Sassy & Dolphy
    3/ Almost Blue
    4/ Stokey
    5/ Coming On The Hudson                     (Thelonious Monk)        8:45
    6/ God Had A Girlfriend
    7/ All Too Soon/Way Low
    8/ Theme From BABE
    9/ The Light
    10/ Change Of Season                        (Nichols)

    (5) recorded in Paris on June 22, 1999

  Roswell Rudd: trombone; Steve Lacy (5): soprano; Jean-Jacques Avenel (5): 
  bass; John Betsch (5): drums; Elton Dean (5): alto saxello; Sheila Jordan; 
  Duck Baker; Steve Swell; Josh Roseman; Sonic Youth.

    2000 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFW 276 (CD)

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272 - SIDEWAYS: Steve Lacy

    1a/ The Way                                 (Lacy)                   2:51
    1b/ Improvisation                                                    4:27
    2a/ The Way                                 (Lacy)                   6:30
    2b/ Improvisation                                                    4:17
    3/ The Way/Pearl Street/The Duck            (Lacy)                  20:55

    (1,2) recorded in Rome, Italy in July 1968
    (3) recorded live during the Berlin Workshop Freie Musik, Berlin (Germany)
    on April 11, 1974

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Irène Aebi (1a,2a): vocals; Richard Teitelbaum (1b,2b):
  electronics; Michel Waisvisz (3): electronics; Han Bennink (3): drums.

    2000 - Roaratorio (USA), roar01 (LP)

  Note: limited edition of 400 copies with handpainted covers by Judith
  Lindbloom.

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273 - WINDOWS: THE MUSIC OF STEVE LACY: Mats Gustafsson

    1/ Deadline                                 (Lacy)			10:23
    2/ Prospectus                               (Lacy)			12:04
    3/ Windows                                  (Gustafsson)		 7:59
    4/ Louise                                   (Cecil Taylor)		 9:20
    5/ Retreat                                  (Lacy)			 4:41
    6/ Outline                                  (Gustafsson)		 4:33

    Recorded at AirWave Recording Studios, Chicago (USA) on January 26, 1999
    Produced by John Corbett and Mats Gustafsson

  Mats Gustafsson: tenor, baritone saxophone, fluteophone.

    2000 - Blue Chopsticks (USA), BC4 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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274 - SNIPS: Steve Lacy

  Disc 1:
    1/ Hooky                                    (Lacy)                   8:40
    2/ The New York Duck                        (Lacy)                   5:45
    The 4 Edges                                 (Lacy)
      3/ Outline (Air)                                                   5:30
      4/ Underline (Fire)                                                6:09
      5/ Coastline (Water)                                               6:54
      6/ Deadline (Earth)                                                7:07
    7/ Snips                                    (Lacy)                   5:51
  Disc 2:
    8/ Pearl Street                             (Lacy)                   5:49
    Tao                                         (Lacy)
      9/ Existence                                                       6:01
      10/ The Way                                                        4:27
      11/ Bone                                                           4:35
      12/ Name                                                           5:59
      13/ The Breath                                                     5:41
      14/ Life On Its Way                                                3:32
    15/ Revolutionary Suicide                   (Lacy)                   5:00

    Recorded at Environ, New York City on March 16, 1976
    Produced by Jim Eigo

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2000 - Jazz Magnet Records (USA), JAM-2001 (2xCD)

  Note: the recording date mentioned on the sleeve (May 16) is wrong.

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275 - 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).

    12/ Gospel                                  (Steve Lacy)

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

  See ACTUALITY (1995) for further references.

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276 - VITE IN SOSPESO - BELLEVILLE: Ricardo Fassi/Strange Noise Project

  Original soundtrack for the movie by Marco Turco.

    1/ Gare De Lyon							 4:09
    2/ Belleville							 4:37
    3/ Eugenia								 4:09
    4/ Gare De Lyon							 3:08
    5/ Sospetto								 2:58
    6/ Gare De Lyon							 1:46
    7/ Sospetto								10:05
    8/ Eugenia								 3:10
    9/ Sospetto								 1:07
    10/ Belleville							 5:45
    11/ Eugenia								 3:02
    12/ Sospetto							 0:38
    13/ Eugenia								 3:21
    14/ Sospetto							 1:04
    15/ Sospetto							 2:57
    16/ Belleville							 3:49

    Recorded in Rome, Italy on April 16, 17, 20 and 21, 1998

  Riccardo Fassi: piano, keyboard; Steve Lacy: soprano; Antonello Salis:
  accordion; Ruben Chaviano: violin; Steve Cantarano: bass; Alfredo Minotti:
  percussion.

    2000 - Splasc(h) Records (Italy), CDH 810 2 (CD)

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277 - HOOKY: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   5:05
    2/ Crops                                    (Lacy)                   6:39
    3/ The New Duck                             (Lacy)                   7:32
    4/ Pearl Street                             (Lacy)                   7:23
    5/ Hooky                                    (Lacy)                   8:25
    6/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                   4:06
    Tao                                         (Lacy)
      7/ Existence                                                       7:07
      8/ The Way                                                         3:37
      9/ Bone                                                            5:12
      10/ Name                                                           7:30
      11/ The Breath                                                     5:49
      12/ Life On It's Way                                               3:21
    13/ Revolutionary Suicide                   (Lacy)                   5:58
       
    Recorded live at L'Eglise St Jean L'Evangéliste, Montreal (Canada) on
    March 24, 1976

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2000 - Emanem (UK), 4042 (CD)
    2006 - Emanem (UK), 4042 (CD)

  Note: (2-4,6) were originally issued on THE WOE/CROPS (1979); (1,5,7-13) are
  previously unissued material.
  Note: the 2006 reissue has not been released yet (planned in September 
  2006).

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278 - BLACK SAINT STORY: various artists

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

    10/ The Throes                              (Lacy, arr. Ochs)

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

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

  See SAXOPHONE DIPLOMACY (1985) for further references on (10).

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279 - JAZZ LEGENDS - GIL EVANS (75TH BIRTHDAY CONCERT): Gil Evans

  Disc 1:
    1/ Boogie Stop Shuffle                      (Charles Mingus)         7:19
    2/ Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress Then Blue Silk
                                                (Charles Mingus)        13:15
    3/ Bud And Bird                             (Gil Evans)             14:40
    4/ Up From The skies                        (Jimmy Hendrix)         10:36
    5/ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat                     (Charles Mingus)        10:14
    6/ Eleven                                   (Evans, Davis)           1:30
    7/ Happy Birthday                           (M.J. Hill)              1:08
  Disc 2:
    8/ Stone Free                               (Jimmy Hendrix)         11:29
    9/ Solo                                     (Airto Moreira)          3:07
    10/ Stone Free                              (Jimmy Hendrix)         15:24
    11/ Sometimes                               (Delmar Brown)          10:04
    12/ Murder By numbers                       (Sumner, Summers)        9:59
    13/ Synchronicity                           (Sumner)                 9:31
    14/ Eleven                                  (Evans, Davis)           1:53
    15/ Gil Evans interviewed by Charles Fox (August 1983)               8:56

    Recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London (UK) in 1987
    Produced by Derek Drescher

  Gil Evans: piano, keyboards, director; Lew Soloff: trumpet; Miles Evans:
  trumpet: Dave Bergeron: trombone; Dave Taylor: bass trombone; John Clark:
  French horn; Steve Lacy: soprano; Chris Hunter: alto; Don Weller: tenor;
  George Adams: tenor, flute; John Surman: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet;
  Hiram Bullock;: guitar; Delmar Brown: keyboards, vocals; Mark Egan: bass;
  Danny Gottlieb: drums; Anita Evans: percussion; Airto Moreira: percussion,
  vocals.

    2000 - BBC (UK), BBCJ 7007-2 (2xCD)

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280 - OPIUM: Bill Dixon, Franz Koglmann, Steve Lacy

  This CD contains both FLAPS (1973) and OPIUM (1976).

    2001 - Between the Lines (Germany), btl011/EFA 10181-2 (CD)

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281 - MONK'S MOODS: MUSIC OF THELONIOUS MONK: Anthony Brown's Asian American
  Jazz Orchestra

    1/ Monk's Mood                              (Monk)                   8:40
    2/ Jackie-ing                               (Monk)                   6:18
    3/ Brilliant Corners                        (Monk)                   7:11
    4/ Evidence                                 (Monk)                   2:27
    5/ Misterioso                               (Monk)                   6:36
    6/ Hackensack                               (Monk)                   5:39
    7/ Crepuscule With Nellie                   (Monk)                   5:52
    8/ Little Rootie Tootie                     (Monk)                   6:16
    9/ Friday The 13th                          (Monk)                   5:42
    10/ Pannonica                               (Monk)                   6:03

    Produced by Orrin Keepnews

  Asian American Jazz Orchestra; Anthony Brown; Steve Lacy; etc.

    2001 - Keeper Records/EMusic (USA), KEM 1001 (CD)
    2003 - Water Baby (USA), WBR 1001 (CD)

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282 - MUSIK IN DEUTSCHLAND 1950-2000: ANGEWANDTE MUSIK: MUSIK FÜR RADIO: DAS
  STUDIO AKUSTISCHE KUNST DES WDR: various artists

  This record features compositions by Ferdinand Kriwet (1), Mauricio Kagel
  (2), Bill Fontana (3), Pierre Henry (4), Barry Bermange (5), Franz Mon (6),
  Michael Riessler (7), Gerhard Ruhm (8), Alvin Curran (9), Alison Knowles
  (10), R. Murray Schafer (11), John Cage (12).

  Steve Lacy plays on the track composed by Alvin Curran:

    9/ For Julian                               (Alvin Curran)		 5:20

    Recorded in 1988

  Judith Malina; Julian Beck; Gudrun Pelker; Steve Lacy; Cacilienchor Sand;
  Manfred Niehaus: conductor.

    2001 - RCA/BMG (Germany), 7431 73522 2 (CD)
    2001 - RCA/BMG (Germany), 74321736722 (10xCD)

  Note: this CD is the fourth CD of a 10xCD set called MUSIK IN DEUTSCHLAND
  1950-2000: ANGEWANDTE MUSIK.

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283 - SPACECRAFT/UNIFIED PATCHWORK THEORY: MEV

    1/ Spacecraft                                                       41:16
    2/ Unified Patchwork Theory                                         33:52

    (1) recorded in Cologne, Germany in 1967
    (2) recorded at Rote Fabrik, Zürich (Switzerland) in 1990

  Frederic Rzewski; Alvin Curran: sampler, synthesizers; Allen Bryant (1);
  Richard Teitelbaum: synthesizers; Ivan Vandor (1): alto; Steve Lacy (2): 
  soprano; Garrett List (2): trombone, voice, electronics.

    2001 - Alga Marghen (Italy), ALGA 038 (CD)
    2008 - Alga Marghen (Italy), ALGA 038 (CD)

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284 - WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING OUT: Antonio Di Lorenzo

    1/ When The Saints Go Marching Out          (Di Lorenzo)             6:11    
    2/ The Orphan                               (Di Lorenzo)             6:53    
    3/ First Sparkle                            (Di Lorenzo)             1:01
    4/ L'Amore, Il Di Del Santo Patrono         (Di Lorenzo)             6:37
    5/ L'Uscita Del Santo                       (Di Lorenzo)             3:14
    6/ Luneti Letterario                        (Marrano)                4:03    
    7/ Shqiptare Night Procession               (Di Lorenzo)             7:33    
    8/ Second Sparkle                           (Di Lorenzo)             0:58    
    9/ Quando Esce La Processione               (Di Lorenzo)             6:30    
    10/ Funeral For A Shadow                    (Lenoci)                11:06   

    (1,6,9) recorded at Mastery Studios on April 6, 2000
    (4,7,10) recorded at Ciao studios on November 14, 1999
    (2,5) recorded at Mastery Studios on May 1 & 2, 2000

  Fabrizzio Bosso: trumpet; Nicolas Pisani: baritone saxophone; Vittorino 
  Curci: alto; Michele Marrano: French horn; Gianni Lenoci: piano; Davide 
  Penta: bass; Vito Giacorelli: percussion; Antonio Di Lorenzo: drums, per-
  cussion; Gianluigi Trovesi (1,6,9); Giovanni Tommaso (2,5); Steve Lacy 
  (4,7,10): soprano.

    2001 - Splasc(H) (Italy), 736.2 (CD)

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285 - THE HOLY LA: Steve Lacy Trio

    1/ Shuffle Boil                             (Monk)                   5:36
    2/ The Holy La                              (Lacy)                   4:17
    3/ Inside My Head                           (Lacy, Robert Creeley)   4:52
    4/ Blue Jay                                 (Lacy)                   3:47
    5/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                   5:54
    6/ The Wane                                 (Lacy)                   9:02
    7/ Clichés                                  (Lacy)                   9:21
    8/ Retreat                                  (Lacy, Thomas
                                                Gainsborough)            7:39
    9/ The Door                                 (Lacy)                   4:25

    Recorded at Gimmick Studio, Yerres (France) on January 3 & 4, 1998

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass, sanza; John Betsch: drums;
  Irène Aebi (3,8): vocals.

    2002 - Freelance (France), FRL-NS 0201 (CD)
    2003 - Sunnyside (USA), SSC 1120 (CD)

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286 - 10 OF DUKES & 6 ORIGINALS: Steve Lacy

    1/ In A Mellow Tone                         (Duke Ellington)         3:40
    2/ The Mooche                               (Duke Ellington)         3:42
    3/ Morning Glory                            (Duke Ellington)         3:35
    4/ Prelude To A Kiss                        (Duke Ellington)         4:33
    5/ Portrait Of Bert Williams                (Duke Ellington)         3:14
    6/ Azure                                    (Duke Ellington)         2:50
    7/ Cottontail                               (Duke Ellington)         2:31
    8/ In A Sentimental Mood                    (Duke Ellington)         4:02
    9/ Koko                                     (Duke Ellington)         3:24
    10/ To The Bitter                           (Duke Ellington)         3:34
    11/ Art                                     (Steve Lacy)             5:23
    12/ Gospel                                  (Steve Lacy)             4:12
    13/ On A Midnight Kick                      (Steve Lacy)             4:20
    14/ Wave Lover                              (Steve Lacy)             4:36
    15/ The Breath                              (Steve Lacy)             4:31
    16/ Traces                                  (Steve Lacy)             5:56

    Recorded live at the Egg Farm, Saitama (Japan) on October 15, 2000

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2002 - Senators Records (France), SEN-01 (CD)

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287 - ONE MORE TIME: Mal Waldron

    1/ All Alone                                (Waldron)                6:16
    2/ Rites Of Initiation                      (Waldron, Avenel)       11:41
    3/ You                                      (Waldron)                8:15
    4/ Blues For JJ's Bass                      (Waldron)                5:53
    5/ The Seagulls Of Kristiansund             (Waldron)                7:40
    6/ Waltz For Marianne                       (Waldron)                5:17
    7/ In The Land Of Clusters                  (Waldron)                5:22
    8/ Soul Eyes                                (Waldron)                6:29

    Recorded at Studio La Buissonne, Pernes les Fontaines (France) on January 
    29 & 30, 2002
    Produced by Philippe Ghielmetti

  Mal Waldron: piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel (2-6,8): bass; Steve Lacy (3,8):
  soprano.

    2002 - Sketch (France), SKE 333023 (CD)

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288 - THE WIRE 20 1982-2002: AUDIO ISSUE: various artists

  This audio companion to the December 2002 issue of THE WIRE features Steve
  Lacy (1), Ennio Morricone (2), Coil (3), Hands To Egress (4), David Toop &
  Max Eastley (5), Vivian Jackson & King Tubby (6), Fennesz (7), Derek Bailey
  (8), [traditional musicians] (9), Einsturzende Neubauten (10), AMM (11),
  Mars (12), Cabaret Voltaire (13), Tony Conrad with Faust (14), Designer
  (15), Torture (16), Fela Kuti (17), [disc 2] The Art Ensemble Of Chicago 
  (18), Sonic Youth (19), Spring Heel Jack (20), This Heat (21), Stereolab & 
  Nurse With Wound (22), Jac Berrocal (23), Sun Ra & His Solar-Myth Arkestra 
  (24), Christian Marclay (25), John Cage (26), Otomo Yoshihide (27), Björk 
  (28), Pauline Oliveros (29), [disc 3] Keith Hudson (30), Terry Riley (31), 
  William S Burroughs (32), Suicide (33), Supersilent (34), Pan Sonic (35), 
  Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft (36), Larry Young (37), David Behrman 
  (38), Fushitsusha (39), John Coltrane (40), John Fahey (41), Diamanda Galas 
  (42).

    1/ The Wire                                 (Steve Lacy)             5:12

    Recorded in Paris in February 1974

    2002 - Mute (UK), CDStumm220 (3xCD)

  See SCRAPS for further references on (1).

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289 - DUMMY: Steve Lacy Meets The Riccardo Fassi Trio

    1/ Dark Water                               (Riccardo Fassi)         6:27
    2/ Replicante                               (Riccardo Fassi)         9:26
    3/ Dummy                                    (Steve Lacy)             5:29
    4/ Voci Lontane                             (Gianluca Renzi)         3:50
    5/ Day Out Of This Time                     (Gianluca Renzi)         6:22
    6/ This Is It                               (Steve Lacy)             7:34
    7/ Compassion                               (Riccardo Fassi)         7:15
    8/ Together                                 (collective improv.)     3:29
    9/ Esteem                                   (Steve Lacy)             7:53
    10/ Mon Ami Attila                          (Ettore Fioravanti)      5:41

    Recorded at House Recording Studio, Rome (Italy) on September 5, 2001
    Produced by Peppo Spagnoli

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Riccardo Fassi: piano; Gianluca Renzi: bass; Ettore 
  Fioravanti: drums.
    
    2002 - Splasc(h) Records (Italy), World Series CDH 843.2 (CD)

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290 - ZLATI COLN THE GOLDEN BOAT: Zlatko Kaucic

  Disc 1:
    1/ Inkling 1                                (Kaucic)                 3:11
    2/ Evening Melancholy                       (Kaucic)                 4:08
    3/ Sway Of Dreams                           (Kaucic)                 3:58
    4/ Karst Village                            (Kaucic)                 6:29
    5/ A Wounded Dawn In Bony Hands             (Kaucic)                10:18
    6/ Forever Doomed                           (Kaucic)                 1:47
    7/ The Widness Of Depth And White Maiden    (Kaucic)                 3:29
    8/ Inkling 2                                (Kaucic)                 1:52
    9/ The Green Of Dawn                        (Kaucic)                 6:56
    10/ Star Seed                               (Kaucic)                 3:27
    11/ Nihilomelancholy In Gold Coffin         (Kaucic)                 6:04
    12/ Evacuation Of Spirit In Black Heap Of Despair
                                                (Kaucic)                 2:33
  Disc 2:
    1/ Close To Midnight                        (Kaucic)                 0:37
    2/ Mourning Veil                            (Kaucic)                 9:40
    3/ My Poem                                  (Kaucic)                 4:46
    4/ Demonstration Of Red Chaos               (Kaucic)                 3:54
    5/ Inkling 3                                (Kaucic)                 2:03
    6/ Cosmic Experiance                        (Kaucic)                 6:28
    7/ European Dead And Ecstasy Of Death       (Kaucic)                13:51

    Recorded live on November 1, 2001
    Produced by Deco Zgur

  Zlatko Kaucic: drums, percussion, toys; Steve Lacy: soprano; Paul
  McCandless: oboe, English horn, bass clarinet, flutes; Jean-Jacques Avenel:
  bass; Eva Julija Zickov: cello; Barbara Zalaznik: violin; Marjetka Suler:
  viola; Ljubljanski madrigalisti choir.

    2002 - Splasc(h) Records (Italy), CDH 522/3. 2 (2xCD)

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291 - PRESTIGE ORIGINAL - JAZZ CLASSICS SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features The Miles Davis Quintet (1), The Modern Jazz Quartet
  (2), Eric Dolphy Quintet (3), Thelonious Monk (4), King Pleasure (5), Sonny
  Rollins (6), Red Garland (7), Miles Davis (8), Annie Ross (9), John Coltrane
  (10), Kenny Burrell & John Coltrane (11), Gene Ammons (12), Coleman Hawkins
  (13), Etta Jones (14), Jackie McLean (15), Mose Allison (16), Gil Evans
  (17), Kenny Dorham (18).

    17/ Nobody's Heart                          (Gil Evans)              4:22

    2002 - Prestige (USA), OJCCD-3705-2 (CD)

 See GIL EVANS PLUS TEN (1957) for further references on (17).

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292 - AVANT-GARDE: various artists

  This record features Ornette Coleman (1,10), John Coltrane (2), Eric Dolphy
  (3), Charles Mingus (4), Roland Kirk (5), Charles Lloyd (6), Steve Lacy (7),
  Cecil Taylor (8), Art Ensemble of Chicago (9).

    7/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        4:59

    2002 - Warner Jazz France (France), 5050466-0552-2-4 (CD)

  See EVIDENCE (1962) for further references on (7).

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293 - SPLASC(H) STORY: various artists
 
  This audio companion to the ??? 2002 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ fea-
  tures Antonello Salis (1), Tonolo/Texier/Romano (2), Stefano Battaglia & 
  Tony Oxley (3), Chet Baker Quintet (4), Schiano/Moye/Melis/Schiaffini (5),
  Cavallanti Quartet with Dewey Redman (6), Anglo-italian Quartet (7), E. 
  Fioravanti Belcanto (8), Tiziano Tononi (9), Guido Manusardi (10), Actis' 
  Band (11), Matthew Shipp (12), Tiziana Ghiglioni (13).
 
  Steve Lacy plays on one track with Tiziana Ghiglioni:

    13/ Una Muy Bonita 				(Tiziana Ghiglioni)

    2002 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See SONB - SOMETHING OLD SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING BORROWED SOMETHING BLUE 
  (1992) for further references on (13).

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294 - WORK: Steve Lacy, Daniel Humair, Anthony Cox

    1/ Bois d'Arbre                             (Humair, Boisseau)       2:06
    2/ Snake Out                                (Mal Waldron)            6:24
    3/ Tinas' Tune                              (Lacy)                   6:48
    4/ Oldenburg Bed                            (Lacy, Humair, Cox)      2:28      
    5/ Resurection                              (Lacy)                   4:49
    6/ Acrylic                                  (Cox)                    5:13
    7/ Maputo                                   (Louis Sclavis)          3:39
    8/ Sorcellery                               (Humair)                 7:41
    9/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                   5:05 
    10/ In Walked Bud                           (Thelonious Monk)        2:42

    Recorded at Studio La Buissonne, Pernes-les-Fontaines (France) on May
    29-31, 2002
    Produced by Philippe Ghielmetti

  Steve Lacy: soprano, voice (3); Anthony Cox: bass; Daniel Humair: drums.

    2003 - Sketch (France), 333028 (CD)

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295 - LES INROCKUPTIBLES PRESENTENT FEVRIER 2003: various artists

  This audio companion to the February 2003 issue of the magazine LES
  INROCKUPTIBLES features Chet Baker (1), Ibrahim Ferrer (2), Magic Malik
  Orchestra (3), David Jacobs-Strain (4), The Detroit Experiment (5), Roland
  Brival (6), Pascals (7), Steve Lacy/Daniel Humair/Anthony Cox (8), Scolohofo
  (9), Babtiste Trotignon (10), Gavin Bryars (11), Django Reinhardt (12).

    8/ Resurection                              (Lacy, Humair, Cox)

    2003 - Les Inrockuptibles (France), ??? (CD)

  See WORK (2003) for further references on (8).

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296 - DANIEL HUMAIR: Daniel Humair

  This audio companion to the April 2004 issue of the French magazine JAZZ 
  MAGAZINE contains four *unreleased* tracks from various sessions by/with 
  Daniel Humair.
    
    1/ Wither Thou Goest                        (Marvin Stamm)           7:07
    2/ Longing                                  (Steve Lacy)             5:24
    3/ Para                                     (Joachim Kühn)           6:31
    4/ Askouma                                  (Daniel Humair)          2:41
    
    Recorded at Studio La Buissonne, Pernes-les-Fontaines (France)
    
  Daniel Humair: drums; Marvin Stamm (1): trumpet; David Friedman (1): vibra-
  phone; Sébastien Boisseau (1,3): bass; Steve Lacy (2): soprano; Anthony Cox
  (2): bass; Matthieu Donarier (3): saxophone; Christophe Monniot (3): saxo-
  phone; Manu Codija (3): guitar.
 
    2003 - Jazz Magazine (France), No. 536 (magazine+CD)

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297 - THE BEAT SUITE: Steve Lacy

    1/ Wave Lover                               (Jack Kerouac, Lacy)     4:06
    2/ Song                                     (Allen Ginsberg, Lacy)   6:27
    3/ Naked Lunch                              (William Burroughs,
                                                Lacy)                    4:20
    4/ Private Sadness                          (Bob Kaufman, Lacy)      8:40
    5/ A Ring Of Bone                           (Lew Welch, Lacy)        4:52
    6/ The Mad Yak                              (Gregory Corso, Lacy)    4:46
    7/ Jack's Blues                             (Robert Creeley, Lacy)   3:38
    8/ Agenda                                   (Jack Spicer, Lacy)      3:59
    9/ In The Pocket                            (Anne Waldman-Andrew
                                                Schelling, Lacy)         4:24
    10/ Mother Goose                            (Kenneth Rexroth, Lacy)  5:14

    Recorded at Studios Ferber, Paris on December 1-4 & 13, 2001
    Produced by Steve Lacy

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Irène Aebi: vocals; George Lewis: trombone; Jean-
  Jacques Avenel: bass; John Betsch: drums.

    2003 - Universal (France), 067 617-2 (CD)
    2003 - Sunnyside (USA), SSC3012 (CD)

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298 - LIVE AT DREHER PARIS, 1981: Mal Waldron, Steve Lacy

  Disc 1:
    1/ Let's Call This                          (Monk)                   7:48
    2/ Round Midnight                           (Monk)                  10:32
    3/ No Baby                                  (Lacy)                  11:24
    4/ Herbe De l'Oubli                         (Lacy)                  11:14
    5/ Snake Out                                (Waldron)               15:02
  Disc 2:
    6/ Round Midnight                           (Monk)                  13:22
    7/ Deep Endeavors                           (Waldron)               13:10
    8/ A Case Of Plus 4's                       (Waldron)               10:17
    9/ The Seagulls Of Kristiansund             (Waldron)               10:23
    10/ Snake Out                               (Waldron)               13:16
  Disc 3:
    11/ Bone                                    (Lacy)                  10:45
    12/ No Baby                                 (Lacy)                  13:25
    13/ Blinks                                  (Lacy)                  11:37
    14/ I Feel A Draft                          (Lacy)                  10:48
    15/ Round Midnight                          (Monk)                  12:37
    16/ Well You Needn't                        (Monk)                  10:01
    17/ Epistrophy                              (Monk)                   7:44
  Disc 4:
    18/ The Peak                                (Lacy)                  17:11
    19/ Herbe De L'Oubli                        (Lacy)                  11:09
    20/ Hoorey For Herbie                       (Waldron)               17:40
    21/ Let's Call This                         (Monk)                   6:59
    22/ Epistrophy                              (Monk)                   7:27
    23/ Well You Needn't                        (Monk)                   7:54

    2003 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), Hatology 596 (4xCD)

  See LIVE AT DREHER, PARIS 1981: ROUND MIDNIGHT VOL. 1 (1996) for further
  references on (1-10) and LIVE AT DREHER, PARIS 1981: THE PEAK VOL. 2 (1997)
  for (11-23).

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299 - MOTHER GOOSE: Steve Lacy 

  This CD-R is an audio companion to BONE, Rita De Vuyst's book on Steve Lacy.

    Sands					(Lacy)
      1/ Stand								 7:34
      2/ Jump								 6:00
      3/ Fall								 5:31
    4/ Naked Lunch				(Lacy)		 	 5:09
    5/ Dead Weight 				(Lacy)			 4:28
    6/ Mother Goose				(Lacy)			 4:48
    7/ Ring Of Bone				(Lacy)			 3:49
    8/ Traces Encore				(Lacy)			 4:49
    9/ Revenue					(Lacy)			 4:55

    Recorded at Afkikker, Ghent (Belgium) on October 30, 2001

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2003 - Naked Music (Belgium), no catalog # (book+CD-R)

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300 - LIVE IN ISRAEL: Roberto Ottaviano Trio

    1/ Bone                                     (Steve Lacy)            11:29
    2/ Jackie-Ing                               (Thelonious Monk)        8:46
    3/ Tallit 1/Better Get It In Your Soul      (Ottaviano, Charles 
                                                Mingus)                 19:02
    4/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        5:26
    5/ Ida Lupino                               (Carla Bley)             7:57
    6/ Tallit 2/Petits Machins                  (Ottaviano, Miles 
                                                Davis)                   9:41

    Recorded live at Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art, Israel on November 22 & 
    23, 2001
    Produced by Roberto Ottaviano

  Roberto Ottaviano: alto, soprano; Giorgio Vendola: bass; Roberto Dani: 
  drums, percussion.

    2003 - Soul Note (Italy), 121332-2 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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301 - WHITE LIGHT: Etienne Brunet

    1/ Claude Closky                            (Brunet, Closky)         7:52
    2/ Joschen Gerz                             (Brunet, Gerz)          11:53
    3/ Julien Blaine                            (Brunet, Blaine)         7:28
    4/ Ilya Kabakov                             (Brunet, Barouh)         6:45
    5/ Marie-Jo Pillet                          (Brunet)                 9:15
    6/ Otto Muelh                               (Brunet)                 5:42
    7/ Art                                      (Steve Lacy)             8:00

    No recording information

  Etienne Brunet: programming, sampling, harmonica, electronics, soprano, bass 
  clarinet; Jam & Emiko Otta (1) voice; Benjamin Ritter (2,3): voice, guitar;
  Laurent Saiet (2): bass, guitar; Erick Borelva (2,7): drums; Julien Blaine
  (3): voice; Elisabeth Mazev (3): voice; Pierre Barouh (4): voice; Marie-Jo
  Pillet (5): voice; Otto Muehl (6): voice, piano; Violaine Hirtz (6): vocals.

    2003 - Al Dante (France), 15 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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302 - MUSICWORKS 85: various artists

  This audio companion to the issue #85 of the magazine MUSICWORKS features
  compositions by Gordon Monahan (1-2), Woody Guthrie (3), Ellen Fullman (4-
  5), Ellen Fullman & Eliza Slavet (6), W. Mark Sutherland (7-10), Richard
  Teitelbaum (11-13), Tim Brady (14-16).

    1/ Danse Aquatique (2002)                   (Gordon Monahan)
    2/ Flextone (1998)                          (Gordon Monahan)
    3/ I Ain't Got No Home (1938)               (Woody Guthrie)
    4/ Train (2002)                             (Ellen Fullman)
    5/ And If I Don't Bring You Flowers (2002)  (Ellen Fullman)
    6/ Singing With The Birds In Berlin (2002)  (Ellen Fullman, Eliza Slavet)
    7/ Scratch (1998)                           (W. Mark Sutherland)
    8/ Invocation Of Aleksei Kruchonykh (2001)  (W. Mark Sutherland)
    9/ R Got (2001)                             (W. Mark Sutherland)
    10/ Tongue Tango (2001)                     (W. Mark Sutherland)
    11/ Overboard (1968)                        (Richard Teitelbaum)
    12/ Iro Wa Nioedo - Final Chorus (1986)     (Richard Teitelbaum)
    13/ Solo for Three Pianos (1982)            (Richard Teitelbaum)
    14/ Lassus (2002)                           (Tim Brady)
    15/ Harmonic Fields (2002)                  (Tim Brady)
    16/ Closing (2002)                          (Tim Brady)

    (11) recorded in Rome, Italy in July 1968

  Ellen Fullman (3): voice, long string instrument; Jorg Hiller (3): percus-
  sion, bass, guitar, long string instrument; Kronos Quartet (4,5); Nobuo 
  Kubota (9); Steve Lacy (11): soprano; Richard Teitelbaum (11): Moog; etc.

    2003 - Musicworks (Canada), 85 (CD)

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303 - SOUL EYES - THE MAL WALDRON MEMORIAL ALBUM: Mal Waldron

    9/ Bye Ya                                   (Thelonious Monk)        4:42

    2003 - Prestige (USA), PRCD-11024-2 (CD)

  See REFLECTIONS (1959) for further references on (9).

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304 - L'INTEGRALE - NO3 (1964-65), NO4 (1966-68): Giorgio Gaslini

  Disc 1:
    1/ Dodici Canzoni D'Amore                   (Gaslini)
    2/ Un Amore                                 (Gaslini)
  Disc 2:
    3/ Nuovi Sentimenti (New Feelings)          (Gaslini)
    4/ La Stagione Incantata                    (Gaslini)

    2003 - Soul Note (Italy), 121352/3 (2xCD)

  See NUOVI SENTIMENTI/NEW FEELINGS (1974?) for further references on (3).

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305 - MATERIOSO (MONK'S MOODS): Steve Lacy

    1/ Thelonious                               (Thelonious Monk)        4:25
    2/ Let's Call This                          (Thelonious Monk)        4:20
    3/ Monk's Mood (That's The Way I Feel Now)  (Thelonious Monk)        5:02
    4/ Who Knows                                (Thelonious Monk)        3:21
    5/ Misterioso                               (Thelonious Monk)        4:07
    6/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        4:20
    7/ Reflections                              (Thelonious Monk)        6:43
    8/ Introspection                            (Thelonious Monk)        4:55
    9/ Little Rootie-Tootie                     (Thelonious Monk)        4:20
    10/ Epistrophy                              (Thelonious Monk)        6:47

    Recorded live in St-Peter's Barisano, Matera (Italy) on September 8, 2001

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2003 - Onyx Jazzclub (Italy), CDONYX011 (CD)

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306 - I'VE BEEN AROUND: Giovanni Tommaso

  This audio companion to the November 2003 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ
  is dedicated to Giovanni Tommaso.

    4/ Bluesy Europa                            (Giovanni Tommaso)       4:57

    Recorded in Rome, Italy in June 1968

  Enrico Rava: trumpet; Steve Lacy: soprano; Antonello Vannucchi: vibes; Vito
  Tommaso: piano; Giovanni Tommaso: bass; Gege Munari: drums.

    2003 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1154 (magazine+CD)

  Note: the track with Steve Lacy has never been released before.

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307 - LA NÉBULEUSE - CONTINENTALE: various artists

  This record features Kartet, Ambitronix, Robert Dick, Christy Doran, Noël
  Akchoté, Marc Ducret, Steve Lacy, Jean-Jacques Avenel, Christophe Marguet,
  etc.

  Disc 1: LA NÉBULEUSE
    6/ Image					(Argüelles, Lacy)

    2004 - Plush (France), PH01 (2xCD)

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308 -  NEW JAZZ MEETING BADEN-BADEN 2002: 

  Disc 1: Live
    1/ Differenz/Wiederholung 1.2.1                                      5:38
    2/ DW 1.2 Remix Karlsruhe 3.2                                       13:43
    3/ DW 1.2 Remix Tubingen 1.3                                         6:39
    4/ DW 1.2 Remix Karlsruhe 3.11                                       8:11
    5/ Differenz/Wiederholung 1.2.2                                      7:13
    6/ DW 1.2 Remix Frieburg 2.2                                         9:16
    7/ DW 1.2 Remix Frieburg 2.9 Und 2.10                               22:57
  Disc 2: Studio
    8/ Differenz/Wiederholung 1.2.3                                      5:15
    9/ DW 1.2 Remix 11.1                                                 7:51
    10/ DW 1.2 Remix 7.7                                                 9:36
    11/ DW 1.2 Remix 8.3                                                 6:43
    12/ Differenz/Wiederholung 1.2.4                                     6:53
    13/ DW 1.2 Remix 7.4                                                 6:22
    14/ DW 1.2 Remix 9.1                                                 5:00
    15/ DW 1.2 Remix 11.4                                                5:00

    (1-7) recorded at Sudhau, Tubingen on December 6, 2002, at E-Werk, 
    Freiburg on December 7, 2002, and at Tollhaus, Karlsruhe on December 8,
    2002
    (8-15) recorded at SWR Studio 1, Gunter-Eich-Haus on December 2-5, 2002

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Peter Herbert: double bass; Wolfgang Reisinger: drums;
  Marcus Weiss: tenor, soprano; Philippe Racine: flute; Paulo Alvares: piano;
  Bernhard Lang: electronics; Christof Kurzmann: electronics; Philip Jeck:
  turntables.

    2004 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 2-607 (2xCD)

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309 - JAPAN DREAM: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ Monk's Dream                             (Thelonious Monk)       10:49
    2/ I'll Keep Loving You                     (Bud Powell)            10:43
    3/ Epistrophy                               (Thelonious Monk)        7:15
    4/ Blinks                                   (Steve Lacy)             9:18
    5/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        5:43
    6/ Blues For Aida                           (Steve Lacy)             7:43
    7/ Snake Out                                (Mal Waldron)           14:20
    8/ Let's Call This                          (Thelonious Monk)        6:14

    Recorded live at Space Who, Saitama (Japan) on November 1, 1992

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    2004 - Egg Farm (Japan), EF-006 (CD)

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310 - EARLY YEARS 1954-1956: THE LEGENDARY PIONEER OF MODERN SOPRANO: Steve 
  Lacy

  Disc 1:
    1/ Avalon                                   (Jolson, Rose)           2:46
    2/ Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise          (Romberg, Hammerstein)   2:51
    3/ I'm Coming Virginia                      (Heywood, Cook)          3:12
    4/ I Would Do Anything For You              (Claude Hopkins)         2:20
    5/ Liza                                     (Rubens, Condon)         2:04
    6/ How About You                            (Freed, Lane)            3:05
    7/ You're Lucky To Me                       (Black, Razaf)           2:32
    8/ Peg O' My Heart                          (Bryan, Fisher)          2:24
    9/ As Long As I Live                        (Arlen, Koehler)         3:38
    10/ My Old Flame                            (Coslow, Johnston)       2:41
    11/ A Foggy Day                             (Gershwin, Gershwin)     2:50
    12/ Let's Get Away From It All              (Dennis, Adair)          3:24
    13/ Ibid                                    (Dick Sutton)            2:36
    14/ Love Me Or Leave Me                     (Donaldson, Kahn)        2:30
    15/ Footnote                                (Dick Sutton)            3:04
    16/ Sunday                                  (Coots, Grey)            2:50
  Disc 2:
    17/ Gee, Baby, Ain't I Good To You          (Redman, Razaf)          3:29
    18/ My Heart Is A Hobo                      (Burke, Van Heusen)      3:03
    19/ Out Of Nowhere                          (Heyman, Green)          2:35
    20/ Rosetta                                 (Hines, Woode)           3:16
    21/ Fidgety Feet                            (LaRocca, Shields)       3:16
    22/ Potatoes                                (D. Garcia)              3:09
    23/ Let's Get Lost                          (McHugh, Loesser)        2:03
    24/ These Are The Things I Love             (Barlow, Harris)         3:42
    25/ Spain                                   (Jones, Kahn)            2:36
    26/ Some Of These Days                      (Brooks)                 2:58
    27/ Young Lesley                            (Mitchell)               3:36
    28/ It Could Happen To You                  (Van Heusen, Burke)      3:09
    29/ Lover Man                               (Davis, Ramirez)         3:04
    30/ I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart         (Ellington, Nemo, Mills) 2:53
    31/ You Stepped Out Of A Dream              (Brown, Kahn)            3:06
    32/ Once In A While                         (Mitchell)               3:29
    33/ Strike Up The Band                      (Van Heusen, Burke)      1:57
    34/ Over The Rainbow                        (Davis, Ramirez)         2:54
    35/ Perdito                                 (Ellington, Nemo, Mills) 3:08
    36/ Why Don't You Take Up The Piccolo?      (Brown, Kahn)            2:59
    37/ Give Me The Simple Life                 (Ruby, Bloom)            3:34
    38/ Indian Blanket                          (Joe Puma)               3:51

    (1-8) recorded in New York City, USA on August 8, 1954
    (9-16) recorded in New York City, USA on November 24, 1954
    (17-26) recorded in New York City, USA in February 1956
    (27-31) recorded in New York City, USA on April 13, 1956
    (32-36) recorded in New York City, USA on April 23, 1956
    (37-38) recorded in New York City, USA on June 13, 1956

  Steve Lacy: soprano, clarinet; Dick Sutton (1-16): piano; Rai Anderson (1-
  8): trombone; Don Sitterlex (1-8): baritone saxophone; Mark Trail (1-16): 
  bass; Bill DeHay (1-16): drums; John Welch (9-16): trombone; Frank Caputo 
  (9-16):  baritone saxophone; Tom Stewart (17-38): tenor horn; Dave McKenna
  (17-22): piano; Whitey Mitchell (17-38): bass; Al Levitt (17-23): drums; 
  Herbie Mann (23-26,37,38): flute, tenor; Joe Puma (23-38): guitar; Bill 
  Bradley (24-26): drums; Don Stratton (27-36): trumpet; Gus Johnson (27-31):
  drums; Neal Hefti (27-36): arranger.  Osie Johnson (32-36): drums; Herb 
  Wasserman (37-38): drums.

    2004 - Fresh Sound Records (EEC), FSR-CD 364 (2xCD)

  Note:

    (1-8) were initially released on JAZZ-IDIOM (1954)
    (9-16) were initially released on PROGRESSIVE DIXIELAND (1954)
    (17-26) were initially released on SEXTETTE/QUINTETTE (1956)
    (27-36) were initially released on WHITEY MITCHELL SEXTETTE (1956)
    (37-38) were initially released on MODERN JAZZ FESTIVAL (1956?)

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311 - THE COMPLETE WHITEY MITCHELL SESSIONS: Steve Lacy

    1/ It Could Happen To You                   (Van Heusen, Burke)      3:12
    2/ Lover Man                                (Weill, Anderson)        3:09
    3/ Strike Up The Band                       (Gershwin)               2:00
    4/ I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart          (Ellington, Mills, Nemo) 2:57
    5/ Once In A While                          (Edwards, Green)         3:33
    6/ Young Lesley                             (Mitchell)               3:41
    7/ You Stepped Out Of A Dream               (Brown, Kahn)            3:10
    8/ Over The Rainbow                         (Arlen, Harburg)         2:57
    9/ Perdido                                  (Tizol, Lengsfelder)     3:11
    10/ Why Don't You Take Up The Piccolo       (Mitchell)               3:03
    11/ Rosetta                                 (Hines, Woode)           3:19
    12/ Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You            (Redman, Razaf)          3:29
    13/ Out Of Nowhere                          (Heyman, Green)          2:39
    14/ My Heart Is A Hobo                      (Burke, Van Heusen)      3:06
    15/ Fidgety Feet                            (G. & I. Gershwin)       3:18
    16/ Potatoes                                (Garcia)                 3:10
    17/ Let's Get Lost                          (McHugh, Loesser)        2:04
    18/ Spain                                   (Jones, Kahn)            2:38
    19/ These Are The Things I Love             (Barlow, Harris)         3:45
    20/ Some Of These Days                      (Brooks)                 3:04

    (1-10) recorded in New York City on April 13 & 23, 1956
    (11-20) recorded in New York City in February 1956

    2004 - Lone Hill Jazz (EEC), LHJ 10130 (CD)

  See WHITEY MITCHELL SEXTETTE (1956) for further references on (1-10) and
  SEXTETTE/QUINTETTE (1956) for (11-20).

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

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

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

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

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

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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313 - MARITIME RITES: Alvin Curran

    3/ Coastline                                (Steve Lacy, Curran)    11:33

    Recorded during the Summer 1984

  John Cage; Joseph Celli; Clark Coolidge; Alvin Curran; Jon Gibson; Malcolm
  Goldstein; Steve Lacy; George Lewis; Pauline Oliveros; Leo Smith.

    2004 - New World Records (USA), NW 80625-2 (2xCD)

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314 - TIPS: Etienne Brunet

  Tips                                          (Steve Lacy)
    1/                                                                   0:56
    2/                                                                   1:39
    3/                                                                   2:26
    4/                                                                   1:54
    5/                                                                   2:03
    6/                                                                   1:41
    7/                                                                   1:59
    8/                                                                   1:55
    9/                                                                   1:47
    10/                                                                  1:22
    11/                                                                  2:19
    12/                                                                  1:09
    13/                                                                  2:24
    14/                                                                  2:15
    15/                                                                  1:38
    16/                                                                  0:46

    Recorded in Paris during Summer 2004

  Nina Lourie: vocals; Dom Farkas: vocals; Leo Brunet: vocals; Soisic Lebrat:
  cello; Olivier Bartissol: viola; Thierry Negro: bass, sampling; Erik "Funka"
  Borelva: cymbals; Etienne Brunet: alto, bass clarinet, cornemuse, program-
  ming, Moog, sampling.

    2004 - Saravah (France), SHL 2118 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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315 - SOUL NOTE STORY: various artists

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

    8/ Hangover Triangle 			(Mengelberg, Lacy, Lewis, 
						Gorter, Bennink)

    14/ Azure					(Mal Waldron, Steve Lacy)

    2004 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ???? (magazine+CD)

  See CHANGE OF SEASON (1985) for further references on (8), and SEMPRE AMORE
  (1987) for (14).

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316 - HAN BENNINK: Han Bennink

  This audio companion to the December 2004 issue of the Italian magazine
  MUSICA JAZZ is dedicated to Han Bennink.

  Steve Lacy plays on two tracks, one with Roswell Rudd:

    1/ Epistrophy 				(Thelonious Monk)	 4:11

  and one previously unreleased:

    6/ The Gig                                  (Herbie Nichols)         7:56

    (6) recorded live in Ravenna, Italy on July 1, 1984

  George Lewis (6): trombone; Steve Lacy (6): soprano; Misha Mengelberg (6):
  piano; Arjen Gorter (6): bass; Han Bennink (6): drums.

    2004 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1162 (CD)

  Note: This Han Bennink compilation (14 tracks, 3 previously unreleased) is
  an audio companion to the December 2004 issue of the Italian magazine MUSICA
  JAZZ, and was also given away to the subscribers of the Swiss label Intakt.

  See REGENERATION (1983) for further references on (1).

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317 - GRAVENSTEEN GHENT 1971: Steve Lacy Quintet

    1/           				      			31:19
      1a/ Lapis					(Lacy)
      1b/ Moon					(Lacy)
    2/ The Gap                                  (Lacy)			18:19
    3/ La Motte-Picquet				(Lacy)			12:19
    4/ The High Way				(Lacy)			16:57

    Recorded live at the Free Jazz festival Ghent, Belgium on October 24, 1971

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto; Irène Aebi: cello; Kent Carter: 
  bass; Noel McGhee: drums.

    2004 - Naked Music (Belgium), no catalog # (CD-R)

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318 - HOMAGE TO STEVE LACY : Michail Bezverhny 

    1/ Precipitation Suite                      (Steve Lacy)            13:40
      1a/ I feel A Draft
      1b/ Cloudy
      1c/ Rain 
      1d/ Splashed
    2/ Peacock                                  (Steve Lacy)             5:20
    3/ Pelican                                  (Steve Lacy)             3:57
    4/ Penguin                                  (Steve Lacy)             4:05
    5/ Porcupine                                (Steve Lacy)             2:58
    6/ Platypus                                 (Steve Lacy)           	 4:45
    7/ Pterodactyl                              (Steve Lacy)             3:40
    8/ Lion (Lev)                               (M. Bezverhny)           1:40
    9/ Cross-Purposes                           (Steve Lacy)             8:20

    Recorded in Ghent, Belgium in November 2004           

  Michail Bezverhny: violin; Olga Zolotareva (1): violin; Vadim Tsibulevsky 
  (9): violin.     

    2004 - SABAM (Belgium), no catalog number (CD-R)   

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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319 - ONE MORE TIME: Steve Lacy, Joëlle Léandre

    1/ One More Time 1                          (Lacy, Léandre)         32:15
    2/ One More Time 2                          (Lacy, Léandre)         12:15
    3/ One More Time 3                          (Lacy, Léandre)         10:10
    4/ Phone Message                            (Lacy, Léandre)          1:00

    Recorded live at Cafe Belga, Brussels (Belgium) on July 28, 2002
    Produced by Leo Feigin and Joëlle Léandre

  Steve Lacy: soprano, vocals; Joëlle Léandre: bass, vocals.

    2005 - Leo Records (UK), LR 422 (CD)

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320 - LONEHILL JAZZ COLLECTION JAZZ GREATS #1: various artists

    ?/ Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You            (Redman, Razaf)          3:33

    2005 - Lone Hill Jazz (EEC), LHJ 10162 (CD)

  See THE COMPLETE WHITEY MITCHELL SESSIONS (2004) for further references on
  (?).

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321 - STEVE LACY LEAVES BLOSSOMS: Steve Lacy 

    1/ Dances                                   (Lacy, Van Hove)         8:41
    2/ Just Once More                           (Lacy, Léandre)         10:03
    3/ Cross Purposes                           (Lacy)                  14:27
    4/ Jack's Blues                             (Lacy)                   2:32
    5/ Heaven                                   (Lacy)                   3:15
    6/ Train Going By                           (Lacy)                   2:34
    7/ Deadline                                 (Lacy)                  10:16
    8/ Resurrection                             (Lacy)                   3:51
    9/ Traces                                   (Lacy)                   5:16

    (1) recorded at Cafe Central, Bruxelles (Belgium) in July 2002
    (2) recorded at Cafe Belga, Bruxelles (Belgium) on July 28, 2002
    (3) recorded at Sint-Kwintenskapel, Gand (Belgium) in July 2002
    (4-6,8,9) recorded at Zebra Bar, Bruxelles (Belgium) in July 2002
    (7) recorded at Zuidpool Theater, Anvers (Belgium) on August 1, 2002
    Produced by Naked Music

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Fred Van Hove (1): accordion; Joëlle Léandre (2): bass;
  Michail Bezverhny (3): violin; Irène Aebi (4-6): vocals; Frederic Rzewski
  (7): piano.

    2005 - Naked Music (Belgium), no catalog # (CD-R)

  Note: (2) is also available on ONE MORE TIME (2005), where it is called
  "One More Time 3."

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322 - HARD DRIVING JAZZ: Cecil Taylor

    1/ Shifting Down
    2/ Just Friends
    3/ Like Someone In Love
    4/ Double Clutching
    5/ Charge 'Em Blues
    6/ Song
    7/ Bemsha Swing
    8/ Azure
    9/ Rick Kick Shaw
    10/ Sweet And Lovely

  Cecil Taylor; Kenny Dorham; Chuck Isreals; Louis Hayes; John Coltrane; Steve
  Lacy; Buell Neidlinger; Denis Charles.

    2005 - Gambit (EEC), 69221 (CD)

  See JAZZ ADVANCE (1956) for further references on (5-10).

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323 - DREAMS: Gilles Laheurte

    The Sparrow's Reverie   			(Laheurte, M. Sanders)	17:17 
      1/ Part 1: Contemplation                                     	 5:28
      2/ Part 2: Melancholy                                           	 3:42
      3/ Part 3: Mourning                                                4:05
      4/ Part 4: Pursuit                                                 4:02
    5/ Rimane Poco                              (Steve Lacy)             7:34
    6/ Kyoto On My Mind                         (Laheurte)  		 9:04
    7/ Retreat                                  (Steve Lacy)		 6:49
    Koyasan Forest Walk                    	(Laheurte)		16:49
      8/ Let's Sing Let's Dance                 (Masahiko Togashi)
      9/ Whispering Stars / Something Leaving   (Masahiko Togashi)
      10/ Something Leaving   			(Masahiko Togashi)
      11/ Pray                                  (Masahiko Togashi) 
    12/ Himeji At Last                          (Laheurte)		 5:51

    Recorded in New York City in January-May 2005

  Gilles Laheurte: soprano, cymbals, percussion.

    2005 - Selfgratifying (USA), GMPL 9646 0214 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.
  Note: "The Sparrow's Reverie" is an improvisations over drums solos by Mark
  Sanders (from SWALLOW CHASE). 
  Note: "Koyasan Forest Walk" is an improvisations over drums solos by 
  Masahiko Togashi (from THE FACE OF PERCUSSION).

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324 - PRESTIGE PROFILES BONUS DISC, VOL. 1: various artists

  This record features Chet Baker (1), Sonny Rollins (2), Kenny Dorham (3),
  Red Garland (4), Gil Evans (5), John Coltrane (6), Art Farmer/Donald Byrd
  (7).

    5/ Jambangle                                (Gil Evans)              4:57

    2005 - Prestige (USA), PRCD-5801-2 BONUS (CD)

  Note: given away with PRESTIGE PROFILES MILES DAVIS (2005).
  See GIL EVANS PLUS TEN (1957) for further references on (5).

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325 - PRESTIGE PROFILES BONUS DISC, VOL. 5: various artists

  This record features Booker Ervin (1), Sonny Rollins (2), John Coltrane (3),
  Yusef Lateef (4), Steve Lacy (5), Don Ellis (6), Ron Carter (7).

    5/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        5:02

    2005 - Prestige (USA), PRCD-5805-2 BONUS (CD)

  Note: given away with PRESTIGE PROFILES ERIC DOLPHY (2005).
  See EVIDENCE (1962) for further references on (5).

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326 - PRESTIGE PROFILES BONUS DISC, VOL. 9: various artists

  This record features Miles Davis (1), Red Garland (2), Sonny Rollins (3),
  Hank Mobley (4), Mal Waldron (5), Eric Dolphy (6), Yusef Lateef (7), Steve
  Lacy (8).

    8/ Skippy                                   (Thelonious Monk)        4:19

    2005 - Prestige (USA), PRCD-5809-2 BONUS (CD)

  Note: given away with PRESTIGE PROFILES JOHN COLTRANE (2005).
  See REFLECTIONS (1959) for further references on (8).

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327 - NO WORK TODAY: NINE FOR STEVE LACY: Joe Giardullo

    1/ No Work Today                            (Giardullo)              6:32
    2/ Prospectus                               (Steve Lacy)             9:36
    3/ Which Way                                (Giardullo)              5:20
    4/ Not Good                                 (Giardullo)              5:19
    5/ Mr. Ioso's Walk                          (Giardullo)              8:50
    6/ Sentiments                               (Giardullo)              6:15
    7/ The Touch                                (Giardullo)              4:08
    8/ Hurtles                                  (Steve Lacy)             8:49
    9/ Dotty                                    (Giardullo)              7:50

    Recorded at Wakamba, Marbletown (USA) on December 2004
    Produced by Joe Giardullo

  Joe Giardullo: soprano.

    2005 - Drimala Records (USA), DR 05-347-02 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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328 - LONDON EAR: Hans Koller

    1/ London Ear                               (Koller)                 2:04
    2/ Filles De Kilimandjaro                   (Miles Davis)            9:57
    3/ Slow Is The Color Of Love                (Koller)                 5:07
    4/ Braving The Elements                     (Koller)                 5:01
    5/ Blinks                                   (Steve Lacy)             9:49
    6/ Blame It On My Youth                     (O. Levant, E. Heyman)   4;46
    7/ Home                                     (Koller)                 6:53
    8/ Marshmallow                              (Warne Marsh)            8:27
    9/ The Touch Of Your Lips                   (Ray Noble)              5:07
    10/ Blinks                                  (Steve Lacy)             3:59
    11/ Filles De Kilimandjaro                  (Miles Davis)            7:17

    Recorded in London, UK on December 22-23, 2003
    Produced by Pete Beckmann

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Claus Stotter: trumpet, flugelhorn; Phil Robson: gui-
  tar; Hans Koller: Fender Rhodes; Dave Whitford: bass; Gene Calderazzo:
  drums; Melinda Maxwell: English horn; Mike William: alto, flute; Julian
  Siegel: tenor, clarinet; Mark Hanslip: tenor; Dave Blackmore: baritone saxo-
  phone, bass clarinet; Tom Rees-Roberts: trumpet, flugelhorn; Henry Lowther:
  trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave Priseman: trumpet, flugelhorn; Alex Bonney:trum-
  pet, flugelhorn; Jim Rattigan: French horn; Jeremy Price: trombone; Mark
  Bassey: trombone; Sarah Williams: bass trombone.

    2005 - 33 Records (UK), 33JAZZ 131 (CD)

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329 - STEVE'S MIRROR: Gianna Montecalvo

    1/ Napping                                  (Steve Lacy)             8:54
    2/ Blues For Aida                           (Steve Lacy)             4:11
    3/ Prospectus                               (Steve Lacy)             7:10
    4/ Art                                      (Steve Lacy)             3:19
    5/ Agenda                                   (Jack Spicer, Lacy)      3:13
    6/ Gospel                                   (Steve Lacy)             4:34
    7/ Somebody Special                         (Lacy, Brion Gysin)      5:45
    8/ Bone                                     (Steve Lacy)             3:01
    9/ Flakes                                   (Steve Lacy)             5:25
    10/ I Do Not Believe                        (Steve Lacy)             6:52
    11/ Blue Baboon                             (Lacy, Brion Gysin)      7:54
    12/ Steve's Mirror                          (Gianni Lenoci, Lacy)    5:46                 

    Recorded at Sorriso Studio, Italy on July 15 & 16, 2004
    Produced by Gianna Montecalvo and Universita Popolare Apuliae

  Gianna Montecalvo: vocals; Roberto Ottaviano: soprano; Gianni Lenocci:
  piano, Fender Rhodes; Giorgio Vendola, bass; Marcello Magliocchi: percus-
  sion, drums.

    2005 - Soul Note (Italy), 121334-2 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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330 - AGENDA: Gianni Lenoci

    1/ Deadline                                 (Steve Lacy)             0:40
    2/ Wickets                                  (Steve Lacy)             4:56
    3/ Hemline                                  (Steve Lacy)             2:23
    4/ Esteem                                   (Steve Lacy)             4:47
    5/ Bone                                     (Steve Lacy)             1:49
    6/ Retreat                                  (Steve Lacy)             5:00
    7/ The Owl                                  (Steve Lacy)             0:31
    8/ Agenda                                   (Steve Lacy)             3:09
    9/ Art                                      (Steve Lacy)             3:53
    10/ Bone (2nd take)                         (Steve Lacy)             3:33
    11/ Esteem (2nd take)                       (Steve Lacy)             1:30
    12/ We Don't                                (Steve Lacy)             0:43
    13/ Wickets (2nd take)                      (Steve Lacy)             1:59
    14/ Utah                                    (Steve Lacy)             2:13
    15/ The Crust                               (Steve Lacy)             2:38
    16/ No Baby                                 (Steve Lacy)             3:16

    Recorded at Mastery Studio, Ostuni (Italy) on October 2003
    Produced by Gianni Lenoci and Mario Volpe

  Gianni Lenoci: piano.

    2005 - Vel Net (Italy), VN/2007 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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331 - HIGH DANGER VOLTAGE - INTRODUCTION TO ICTUS RECORDS' 30TH ANNIVERSARY 
  COLLECTION: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Tao                                      (Steve Lacy)             4:56
    2/ Back To The Future                                                6:57
    3/ Bone (Tao 3)                             (Steve Lacy)             5:48
    4/ The Gipsy Part One                                                8:03
    5/ Lost In The Mist                                                  6:57
    6/ The New Moon                             (Steve Lacy)             6:01
    7/ The Innsbruck Session                                             5:13
    8/ Drop Two                                                          4:16 
    9/ O Ce Biel Cisciel Da Udin                                         3:00 
    10/ Live In Woodstock                                                5:33 
    11/ NY Sextet Improvisation                                          4:00 
    12/ In Real Time #6                                                  6:19 

    (1) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in November 1984
    (2) recorded live at Tonic, New York City in April 2005
    (3) recorded live in Udine, Italy on December 5, 1976
    (4) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in July 1983
    (5) recorded live at Alassio Jazz Festival, Alassio (Italy) on July 5, 
    1982
    (6) recorded live in Casarsa, Udine (Italy) on February 20, 1976
    (7) recorded at Krinzinger Gallery, Innsbruck (Austria) in January 1983
    (8) recorded at Centazzo Studio Moruzzo, Italy on April 3 & 4, 1997
    (9) recorded At Walden Studios, Carmel Highlands (USA) in December 1978
    (10) recorded live at Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (USA) in December
    1980 
    (11) recorded live at WKCR Radio Station, New York City on November 7, 
    1978
    (12) recorded live in Rome, Italy
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion, drum set, vocals, digital percussion, sampling;
  Steve Lacy (1,3,6): soprano, bird calls, pocket synthesizer; Anthony Coleman
  (2): piano; Marco Cappelli (2): guitars; Kent Carter (3): bass; Carlos 
  Zingaro (4,5): violin; Franz Koglmann (5,7): flugelhorn, trumpet; Gianluigi
  Trovesi (5): bass clarinet, alto; Radu Malfatti (5): trombone; Carlo Actis
  Dato (5): bass clarinet, baritone saxophone; Roberto Ottaviano (5): soprano; 
  Sauro D'Angelo (5): clarinet, alto; Roberto Manuzzi (5): soprano; Andrea 
  Anzola (5): French horn; Roberto Bartoli (5): bass; Stefano Ferri (5): bass; 
  Franco Feruglioi (5): bass; Bruno Cabassi (5): xylophone, percussion; 
  Gianpaolo Salbego (5): percussion; Guido (5): percussion; Lol Coxhill (7): 
  soprano; Derek Bailey (8): guitar; Rova Saxophone Quartet (9): Larry Ochs 
  (tenor, soprano), Jon Raskin (baritone saxophone, alto, soprano, clarinet),
  Bruce Ackley (clarinet, soprano), Andrew Voigt (alto, soprano, flute); Tom 
  Cora (10,11): cello; Polly Bradfield (11): violin; Eugene Chadbourne (11): 
  guitars; Toshinori Kondo (11): trumpet; John Zorn (11): reeds; Alvin Curran
  (12): synthesizer, piano, trumpet; Evan Parker (12): soprano, tenor.

    2006 - Ictus (Italy), 140 (CD)

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332 - THE DOOR, THE HAT, THE CHAIR, THE FACT: Ben Goldberg Quintet

    1/ Petals                                   (Goldberg)               1:36
    2/ Song and Dance                           (Goldberg)               4:24
    3/ Long Last Moment                         (Goldberg)               6:31
    4/ F13                                      (Goldberg, Kihlstedt)    2:56
    5/ Facts                                    (Goldberg, Lacy)         1:55
    6/ Blinks                                   (Steve Lacy)             4:54
    7/ I Before E Before I                      (Goldberg)               7:18
    8/ Learned From Susan Stewart               (Goldberg)               5:11
    9/ MF                                       (Goldberg)               2:56
    10/ Facts                                   (Goldberg, Lacy)         3:31
    11/ Dog's Life                              (Goldberg)               5;42
    12/ Lone                                    (Goldberg)               1:09
    13/ Cortege                                 (Goldberg)               4:31
    14/ [untitled]                              (Goldberg)               5:54

    Recorded at Bay Records, California (USA) on June 7 & 8, 2004
    Produced by Ben Goldberg

  Ben Goldberg: clarinet; Carla Kihlstedt: violin, vocals; Rob Sudduth: tenor;
  Devin Hoff: bass; Ches Smith: drums.

    2006 - Cryptogramophone (USA), CG126 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.
  Note: this record is dedicated to Steve Lacy.
  Note: on "Facts", words by Steve Lacy (from a fax to Ben Goldberg).

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333 - BRIGHT: Monika H. Band

    1/ Organs 					(Monika Heidemann) 	 5:56  
    2/ Somebody Special 			(Lacy, Gysin) 		 7:02  
    3/ Details 					(Monika Heidemann) 	 6:46  
    4/ The Race 				(Heidemann, Riorden) 	 3:36  
    5/ Bright 					(Monika Heidemann) 	 3:32  
    6/ Keep On 					(Monika Heidemann) 	 5:31  
    7/ Written In My Dreams 			(Heidemann, Ginsburg) 	 5:20  
    8/ Art 					(Lacy, Melville) 	 7:46  

    Recorded at Studio G, Brooklyn (USA) in January 2005 and at Water Music,
    Hoboken (USA) in June 2005
    Produced by Monika Heidemann

  Monika Heidemann vocals; Matt Moran: vibraphone; Massimo Biolcati: bass; 
  Khabu Doug Young: guitar; Take Toriyama: drums; Sofia Koutsovitis (1): 
  vocals; Adam Schneit (1): background vocals; Jeremy Udden (2): alto; Amelia
  Hollander (5): viola; Aoife O' Donovan (5): vocals; Ayelet Gottlieb (5): 
  vocals.

    2006 - Monika Heideman (USA), MH-2005 (CD) 

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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334 - TAO: Steve Lacy, Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Tao 1                                    (Lacy)                   3:43
    2/ Tao 2                                    (Lacy)                   5:58
    3/ Tao 3                                    (Lacy)                   4:56
    4/ Tao 4                                    (Lacy)                   4:57
    5/ Tao 5                                    (Lacy)                   7:14
    6/ Tao 6                                    (Lacy)                   5:28
    7/ Tao 7                                    (Lacy)                  11:07
    8/ Tao 8                                    (Lacy)                   3:41
    9/ Tao 9                                    (Lacy)                   5:34
    10/ Tao 10                                  (Lacy)                   4:00

    (1-6) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in November 1984
    (7-10) recorded live at Zanon Auditorium, Udine (Italy) on February 18,
    1976
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Steve Lacy: soprano, bird calls, pocket synthesizer; Andrea Centazzo: per-
  cussion, drum set, vocals.

    2006 - Ictus (Italy), 131 (CD)

  Note: this record is part of a 12xCD box set.

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335 - AT THE BIMHUIS 1982: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ Blues For Aida                           (Lacy)                   7:09
    2/ Snake Out                                (Waldron)               15:23
    3/ Reflections                              (Thelonious Monk)        7:41
    4/ 'Round Midnight                          (Thelonious Monk)        9:13
    5/ Epistrophy                               (Thelonious Monk)        9:24

    Recorded live at the Bimhuis, Amsterdam on December 10, 1982
    Produced by Fred Dubiez

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    2006 - Daybreak/Challenge Records (EEC), DBCHR 75249 (CD)

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336 - ONE WAY TICKET: Gianni Mimmo

    1/ Marina					(T.S. Eliot)
    2/ Ask Me Now				(Thelonious Monk)
    3/ Die Sonne Op. 14				(Anton Webern)
    4/ Collateral				(Gianni Mimmo)
    5/ Highway Tale				(Gianni Mimmo)
    6/ Interlude #24				(Gianni Mimmo)
    7/ Introspection				(Thelonious Monk)
    8/ Furniture				(Federico Cumar)
    9/ The Bath					(Steve Lacy)
    10/ Interlude #36				(Gianni Mimmo)
    11/ Reincarnation Of The Lovebird		(Charles Mingus)
    12/ Unsaid E.				(Gianni Mimmo)
    13/ Paris Blues				(Duke Ellington)
    14/ Jamaican Farewell			(Roscoe Mitchell)
    15/ Trieste					(T. Scialoja)

    Recorded at Murec Studio, Milano (Italy) in March and July 2005

  Gianni Mimmo: soprano, voice.

    2006 - Amirani Records (Italy), AMRN 01 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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337 - TWO'S DAYS/TUESDAYS: Gianni Mimmo, Angelo Contini

    1/ Solve					(Contini, Mimmo)
    2/ Naufrage					(Steve Lacy)
    3/ Riletto					(Mimmo)
    4/ Approach					(Contini, Mimmo)
    5/ Feline					(Steve Lacy)
    6/ Emperor					(Mimmo)
    7/ Insects					(Contini, Mimmo)
    8/ Art					(Steve Lacy)
    9/ Lost Signal				(Contini)
    10/ Echo's Bones				(Mimmo)
    11/ Alba I & II				(Mimmo)

    Recorded at Murec Studio, Milano (Italy) in June 2004

  Gianni Mimmo: soprano; Angelo Contini: trombone.
  
    2006 - Amirani Records (Italy), AMRN 02 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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338 - RECESSIONAL (FOR OLIVER JOHNSON): Steve Lacy, John Heward

    1/ Recessional (For Oliver Johnson)                                 38:53

    Recorded in Montreal, Canada on June 20, 2003

  Steve Lacy: soprano; John Heward: drums, African bells, kalimba.

    2006 - Mode/Avant (USA), 04 (CD)

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339 - LA CAVE SARAVAH VOL. 1: various artists

  This record features Pierre Barouh (1,24), Pierre Barouh and Baden Powell
  (2), Brigitte Fontaine and Areski (3), Chic Streetman (4), Pierre Akendengue
  (5), Alfred Panou and The Art Ensemble of Chicago (6), Marva Broome (7), 
  Cohelmec Ensemble (8), Jacques Higelin (9), Champion Jack Dupree (10), Trio
  Camara (11), Jean-Charles Capon & Pierre Favre (12), Michel Roques (13),
  Areski (14), Olivier Bloch Lainé (15), Nicole Croisille (16), Electronic 
  Distorsions of France (17), Jean-Philippe Goude and Olivier Colé (18), 
  Francis Lai (19,21), Catharsis (22), Daniel Vallancien and Philippe Maté
  (23).

    4/ Ode To Maffen 				(Chic Streetman)	 3:39

    2006 - Saravah (France), ??? (CD)
    2007 - Saravah (Japan), OMCX-1159 (CD)

  See ODE TO MAFEEN/RAG MAN (1975) for further references on (4).

  Note: the Japanese pressing is called LE GRENIER DE SARAVAH - VOL. 3 (2007).

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340 - IN PHILADELPHIA 1960 WITH STEVE LACY: Thelonious Monk

    1/ [announcement]                                                    0:30
    2/ Evidence                                 (Thelonious Monk)        6:19
    3/ [announcement]                                                    0:20
    4/ Straight, no Chaser                      (Thelonious Monk)        7:53
    5/ Rhythm-a-ning                            (Thelonious Monk)        4:39

    (1-5) recorded live in Philadelphia, USA on March 3, 1960
    (6-8) recorded in New York in August 1957
    (9-11) recorded live during the Festival of American Music, New York on
    February 16, 1948
    (12,13) recorded for The Steve Allen Show, New York on October 6, 1955
    (14,15) recorded in June 1950

  Thelonious Monk: piano; Steve Lacy (2,4,5): soprano; Charlie Rouse (2,4-8):
  tenor; John Ore (2,4-8): bass; Roy Haynes (2,4,5): drums; Thad Jones (6-8):
  cornet; Billy Higgins (6-8): drums; Idrees Suleiman (9-11,14,15): trumpet;
  Curly Russel (9-11,14,15): bass; Art Blakey (9-15): drums; Art Farmer (12,
  13): trumpet; Hank Mobley (12,13): tenor; [unknown] (12,13): trombone;
  Charles Mingus (12,13): bass; Lucky Thompson (14,15): tenor; Frankie
  Passions (14,15): vocals.

    2006 - Rare Live Recordings (?), RLR 88623 (CD)

  Note: (5) is fading in the end with an annoucement by Louis Armstrong.

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341 - ESTEEM: Steve Lacy Quintet

    1/ The Crust                                (Lacy)                  20:27
    2/ The Uh Uh Uh                             (Lacy)                  12:38
    3/ The Rush                                 (Lacy)                   3:59
    4/ Esteem                                   (Lacy)                  14:49
    5/ Flakes                                   (Lacy)                   8:54
    6/ The Duck                                 (Lacy)                  19:00

    Recorded live at La Cour des Miracles, Paris on February 26, 1975
    Produced by Jason Weiss and John Corbett

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: cello, violin;
  Kent Carter: bass; Kenneth Tyler: percussion.

    2006 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), ALP260CD (CD)

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342 - FLAKES: Tiziana Simona

  Tiziana Simona; Steve Lacy; Kenny Wheeler; etc.

    2006 - New Edition (Germany), 8709 (CD)

  See FLAKES (1989) for further references on the tracks featuring Steve Lacy.

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343 - STEVE LACY AT THE NEW JAZZ MEETING BADEN-BADEN 2002: Steve Lacy

    1/ Differenz/Wiederholung 1.2 Remix 6.8                              8:50
    2/ DW 1.2 Remix 7.4                                                  6:18
    3/ DW 1.2 Remix 10.2                                                15:44
    4/ DW 1.2 Remix 7.7                                                  9:34
    5/ DW 1.2 Remix Karlsruhe 3.3                                        8:27
    6/ DW 1.2 Remix 6.1                                                 11:52

    Recorded at SWR Studio 1 Baden-Baden, Gunter-Eich-Haus (Germany) on
    December 3-5, 2002
    (5) recorded live at Karlsruhe, Tollhaus on December 8, 2002
    Produced by Reinhard Kager and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Bernhard Lang (1,2,6): electronics; Peter Herbert (1,3,
  6): bass; Wolfgang Reisinger (1,3,6): drums; Philip Jeck (2,4): turntables;
  Christof Kurzmann (3): electronics.

    2006 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 631 (CD)

  Note: (2,4) were previously released on NEW JAZZ MEETING: BADEN-BADEN 2002
  (2004).

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344 - STEVE LACY LIVE AT JAZZWERKSTATT PEITZ: Steve Lacy

    1/ Eronel/Epistrophy                        (Thelonious Monk)        7:37
    2/ Reflections                              (Thelonious Monk)        4:11
    3/ Gallop's Gallop                          (Thelonious Monk)        3:52
    4/ Bone                                     (Steve Lacy)             4:55
    5/ Wickets                                  (Steve Lacy)             5:51
    6/ Coastline                                (Steve Lacy)             6:35
    7/ Follies                                  (Steve Lacy)             5:11

    Recorded live at Jazzwerkstatt Peitz on February 21, 1981

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2006 - Jazzwerkstatt (Germany), JW 009 (CD)

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345 - SOME TREES: Daniel Levin Quartet

    1/ It's For You				(Daniel Levin)		 4:54
    2/ Out To Lunch				(Eric Dolphy)		 4:50
    3/ Some Trees				(Daniel Levin)		 8:09
    4/ Sitting On His Hands			(Daniel Levin)		 5:39
    5/ Zolowski					(Daniel Levin)		 6:43
    6/ Wild Palms				(Daniel Levin)		 7:15
    7/ Wickets					(Steve Lacy)		 5:23
    8/ Morning Song				(Ornette Coleman)	 7:03

    Recorded at Roulette Intermedium, New York on March 27, 2005
    Produced by Daniel Levin

  Nate Wooley: trumpet; Matt Moran (1-7): vibes; Daniel Levin: cello; Joe 
  Morris: bass.

    2006 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 632 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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346 - L'INTEGRALE VOLS 5 & 6: 1968-70 ANTOLOGIA CRONOLOGICA: Giorgio Gaslini

  Disc 1:
    5/ Grido                                    (Gaslini)               13:12
    6/ Lullaby For All Children In The World    (Gaslini)                3:16

    (5) recorded live at Teatro Lirico, Milan (Italy) on May 28, 1968
    (6) no recording information

  Giorgio Gaslini; Steve Lacy; etc.

    2007 - Soul Note (Italy), 121354/5 (2xCD)

  See GRIDO (1968) for further references on (5).

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347 - EARLY AND LATE: Steve Lacy, Roswell Rudd

  Disc 1:
    1/ The Rent					(Lacy)			14:21
    2/ The Bath					(Lacy)			14:30
    3/ The Hoot					(Lacy)			11:22
    4/ Blinks					(Lacy)			14:21
    5/ Light Blue				(Thelonious Monk)	 8:37
    6/ Bookioni 				(Lacy)			 3:59
  Disc 2:
    7/ Bamako					(Rudd)			20:11
    8/ Twelve Bars				(Herbie Nichols)	11:05
    9/ Bone					(Lacy)			16:01
    10/ Eronel (Take 2)				(Thelonious Monk)	 5:49
    11/ Tune 2					(Cecil Taylor)	 	 6:42
    12/ Think Of One				(Thelonious Monk)	 5:26
    13/ Eronel (Take 3)				(Thelonious Monk)	 5:36

    (1-3,5,9) recorded at the Bimhuis, Amsterdam (Netherlands) on June 19, 
    1999
    (4,6) recorded at Mat Bevel Institute, Tucson (USA) on April 4, 1999
    (7,8) recorded at the Iridium, New York City on August 9, 2002
    (10-13) demos recorded in New York City, USA on October 9, 1962
    Produced by Jason Weiss for Cuneiform

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Roswell Rudd: trombone; Jean-Jacques Avenel (1-9): 
  bass; John Betsch (1-9): drums; Bob Cunningham (10-13): bass; Dennis Charles  
  (10-13): drums.

    2007 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 250/251 (2xCD)

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348 - LIVE IN BERLIN '84: Steve Lacy, Mal Waldron

    1/ Improvisation				(Lacy, Waldron)		 7:00
    2/ Blinks					(Lacy)			 6:03
    3/ A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing		(Waldron)		 9:14
    4/ Snake Out				(Waldron)		13:38
    5/ Epistrophy				(Thelonious Monk)	 7:11

    Recorded live at Jazzbuhne, Berlin (Germany) on June 15, 1984

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Mal Waldron: piano.

    2007 - Jazzwerkstatt (Germany), JW 022 (CD)

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349 - LIGHTS AND SHADOWS: Bobby Few

    1/ Bells                                    (Few)
    2/ Flakes                                   (Steve Lacy)
    3/ From Different Lands                     (Few)
    4/ Enomis                                   (Few)
    5/ Lights And Shadows                       (Few)
    6/ What You Doing?                          (Few)
    7/ Dreams 					(Few)

    Recorded in Paris in November 2005

  Bobby Few: piano.

    2007 - Boxholder (USA), 054 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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350 - GLOBE UNITY - 40 YEARS: The Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ Globe Unity Forty Years                  (von Schlippenbach)
    2/ Out of Burtons Songbooks                 (Willem Breuker)
    3/ Bavarian Calypso                         (von Schlippenbach)
    4/ Nodago                                   (Kenny Wheeler)
    5/ The Dumps                                (Steve Lacy)
    6/ The Forge                                (von Schlippenbach)

    Recorded at SWR Studio, Baden-Baden, and live at Jazzfest, Berlin on
    November 1, 2, and 4, 2006

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Manfred Schoof: trumpet, flugelhorn;
  Jean Luc Capozzo: trumpet, flugelhorn; Axel Dörner: trumpet; Evan Parker:
  soprano, tenor; Gerd Dudek: soprano, tenor, clarinet, flute; Ernst-Ludwig
  Petrowsky: alto, clarinet, flute; Rudi Mahall: bass clarinet; George Lewis:
  trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Jeb Bishop: trombone; Johannes Bauer:
  trombone; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul Lovens: drums; Paul
  Lytton: drums.

    2007 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 133 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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351 - THE BEST OF NEWPORT '57: various artists

  This 2xCD set features George Lewis Band (1), Bobby Henderson (2), Jack 
  Teagarden with The Red Allen Band (3), The Red Allen Band featuring Kid Ory
  (4), Ella Fitzgerald (5), Gigi Gryce-Donald Byrd Jazz Laboratory (6), 
  Toshiko Akiyoshi Trio (7), Mat Mathews Quartet (8), Ruby Braff Octet with 
  Pee Wee Russell (9), Leon Sash Quartet (10), Carmen McRae (11), Coleman 
  Hawkins/Roy Eldridge/Pete Brown/Jo Jones All Stars (12), Eddie Costa Trio 
  (13), Cecil Taylor Quartet (14), Don Elliott Quartet (15), Turk Murphy Band
  (16), Billie Holiday (17), Gerry Mulligan Quartet (18), Dizzie Gillespie 
  Orchestra (19), Teddy Wilson Trio (20), Oscar Peterson Trio with Roy 
  Eldridge/Sonny Stitt/Jo Jones (21), Count Basie Orchestra (22), Joe Williams
  and the Count Basie Orchestra (23), Jimmy Rushing and the Count Basie 
  Orchestra (24).

  Disc 2:
    14/ Nona's Blues                            (Taylor)                 7:04

    2007 - Verve (USA), B0009527-02 (2xCD)

  See AT NEWPORT (1958) for further references on (14).

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352 - THE IDEAL BREAD: Ideal Bread

    1/ Trickles                                 (Steve Lacy)		 9:57
    2/ Esteem                                   (Steve Lacy)		10:26
    3/ Capers                                   (Steve Lacy)		 9:49
    4/ Buds Brother                             (Steve Lacy)		 9:55
    5/ We Dont                                  (Steve Lacy)		 7:14
    6/ Quirks                                   (Steve Lacy)		 6:42
    7/ Kitty Malone                             (Steve Lacy)		10:19
    8/ The Uh Uh Uh                             (Steve Lacy)		 5:44

    Recorded at Studio STATS, Brooklyn in August 2007

  Josh Sinton: baritone saxophone; Kirk Knuffke: trumpet; Reuben Radding:
  bass; Tomas Fujiwara: drums.
  
    2008 - KMB Jazz (USA), KMB015 (CD-R)
    2010 - KMB Jazz (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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353 - MUSICA ELETTRONICA VIVA: MEV

    1/ Part 1                                   (MEV)                   42:05
    2/ Part 2                                   (MEV)                   46:38

    Recorded in Ferrara, Italy on June 9, 2002

  Alvin Curran: piano, keyboards, shofar, live electronics; Frederic Rzewski:
  piano; Richard Teitelbaum: keyboards, live electronics; Garrett List: trom-
  bone; Steve Lacy: soprano; George Lewis: trombone, live electronics.

    2008 - Dime (Italy?), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: could it be a pirate recording?

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354 - VIGNOLA: 20 ANNI DI JAZZ IN'IT: various artists

  This audio companion to the May (?) 2008 issue of MUSICA JAZZ features Carla 
  Bley & Steve Swallow (1), Bachué Café (2), Steve Lacy & Mal Waldron (3),
  Paolo Fresu & Furio Di Castri (4), Trio Madeira Brasil & Gabriele Mirabassi
  (5), Marcel Azzola/Richard Galliano/Antonello Salis (6), Enrico Rava & 
  Stefano Bollani (7), Darka Jurkovic (8), Antonello Salis (9), Tangoseis & 
  Paolo Fresu (10), John Surman (11), Gianluigi Trovesi/Fulvio Maras/Umberto
  Petrin (12), Mirabassž Quartet (13), Rita Marcotulli (14). 

    3/ Reflections				(Lacy, Waldron)

    Recorded in Vignola, Italy on June 28, 1992 

    2008 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJDC 1202 (magazine+CD) 

  See I REMEMBER THELONIOUS (1996) for further references on (3).

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355 - L'INTEGRALE VOLS 7 & 8: Giorgio Gaslini

  Disc 1:
    1/ Message - Part 1 			(Gaslini)  		16:09
    2/ Message - Part 2 			(Gaslini)    		15:51
    3/ Fabbrica Occupata - Part 1 		(Gaslini) 		18:46
    4/ Fabbrica Occupata - Part 2 		(Gaslini)    		 8:09
    5/ The Woman I Love 			(Gaslini)  		12:00
  Disc 2:
    6/ Favola Pop - Part 1 			(Gaslini)    		 3:16
    7/ Favola Pop - Part 2 			(Gaslini)       	 5:00
    8/ Favola Pop - Part 3 			(Gaslini)    		 4:04
    9/ Favola Pop - Part 4 			(Gaslini)       	 4:59
    10/ Favola Pop - Part 5 			(Gaslini)       	 7:49
    11/ Colloquio Con Malcolm X - Part 1 	(Gaslini)    		20:12
    12/ Colloquio Con Malcolm X - Part 2 	(Gaslini)    		21:25

    (1,2) recorded at Studio 7, Milano (Italy) on March 9-12, 1973
    (3,4) recorded at Studio 7, Milano (Italy) on October 13-14, 1973
    (5) recorded at Studio 7, Milano (Italy) on October 27-28, 1973
    (6-10) at Studio Ortophonic, Roma (Italy) on June 25-26, 1973
    (11,12) recorded at Studio 7, Milano (Italy) on November 1973 and July 
    1974

  Giorgio Gaslini: piano, voice; Enrico Rava (1,2): trumpet; Guido Mazzon (1,
  2): trumpet; Paul Rutherford (1-4): trombone; Danilo Terenzi (1,2,6-10): 
  trombone; Massimo Urbani (1,2,6-10): alto, soprano; Gianni Bedori (1-4,11,
  12): tenor, flutes; Bruno Tommaso (1-12): bass; Roberto Della Grotta (1,2,6-
  10): bass; Filippo Monico (1,2): drums; Franco Tonani (1,2,11,12): drums; 
  Vincenzo Caroli (1,2): flute; Maurizio Giammarco (1,2,6-10): soprano, tenor;
  Tommaso Vittorini (1,2): tenor; Patrizia Scascitelli (1,2,6-10): piano; 
  Nicola Raffone (1,2,6-10): percussion, drums; Jean-Luc Ponty (3,4): electric
  violin; Steve Lacy (3,4): soprano; Harry Beckett (3,4): trumpet; Tony Oxley
  (3-5): drums; Simona Caucia (6-12): voice; Joan Logue (6-10): soprano; 
  Marianne Gazzani (6-10): flute; Guido Mozzato (6-10): violin; Eugenio 
  Colombo (6-10): alto, flute; Gaetano Delfini (6-10): trumpet; Bruno Biriaco
  (6-10): drums; Gabriella Ravazzi (11,12): soprano; Rosemarie Derive (11,12):
  mezzosoprano; Enrico Fissore (11,12): basso; Gigi Angelillo (11,12): voice;
  Giancarlo Barigozzi (11,12): alto; Eraldo Volonte (11,12): tenor.

    2008 - Soul Note (Italy), 121356/7 (2xCD)

  See FABBRICA OCCUPATA (1974) for further references on (3,4).

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356 - MEV 40: MEV (Musica Elettronica Viva)

  Disc 1:
    1/ SpaceCraft 				(AB,AC,CP,FR,IV)	30:49
    2/ Stop The War 				(KB,AC,GL,GR,FR,RT)	44:39
  Disc 2:
    3/ Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Pt. 1 	(AC,SL,GL,FR,RT)	43:07
    4/ Kunstmuseum, Bern 			(AC,GL,FR,RT)     	24:37
  Disc 3:
    5/ Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Pt. 2 	(AC,SL,GL,FR,RT) 	44:05
    6/ New Music America Festival 		(AC,SL,GL,FR,RT)    	30:51
  Disc 4:
    7/ Ferrara, Italy 				(AC,SL,GL,GL,FR,RT) 	67:03
    8/ Mass. Pike 				(AC,FR,RT)    		10:57

    (1) recorded at Akademie der Kunste, Berlin (Germany) on October 5, 1967
    (2) recorded at WBAI, New York on December 31, 1972
    (3,5) recorded at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (Netherlands) in April 1982
    (4) recorded at Kunstmuseum, Bern (Switzerland) on November 16, 1990
    (6) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York on November 15, 1989
    (7) recorded in Ferrara, Italy on June 9, 2002
    (8) recorded at the Festival of Contemporary Music, Tanglewood Music 
    Center, Lenox (USA) on August 2, 2007

  Alvin Curran: trumpet, voice, synthesizers, sampler, miscellaneous instru-
  ments; Frederic Rzewski: piano, miscellaneous instruments, voice; Richard
  Teitelbaum: Moog synthesizers, contact microphones, sampler, voice, Crackle
  box; Allan Bryant (1): homemade synthesizer; Carol Plantamura (1): voice; 
  Ivan Vandor (1): tenor; Garrett List (2-7): trombone, voice; Gregory Reeve
  (2): percussion; Karl Berger (2): marimbaphone; Steve Lacy (3,5-7): soprano; 
  George Lewis (7): trombone, computer. 

    2008 - New World (USA), 80675-2 (4xCD)

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357 - BEST WISHES: Steve Lacy

  Monk Medley:
    1/ Shuffle Boil				(Thelonious Monk)	 3:07
    2/ Eronel					(Thelonious Monk)	 4:24
    3/ Evidence					(Thelonious Monk)	 4:00
    4/ Reflections				(Thelonious Monk)	 3:18
    5/ Little Rootie-Tootie			(Thelonious Monk)	 3:21
  Lacy Medley:
    6/ Sands					(Lacy)			 7:24
    7/ Stand					(Lacy)			 5:11
    8/ Jump					(Lacy)			 0:46
    9/ Fall					(Lacy)			 4:34
    10/ Revenue					(Lacy)			 5:58
    11/ Moms 					(Lacy)			 5:18
 
    Recorded live at the Labirinti Sonori Festival, Siracusa on August 12, 
    2001
    Produced by Gioconda Cillo and Stefano Maltese 

  Steve Lacy: soprano. 

    2008 - Labirinti Sonori (Italy), LS005 (CD)

  Note: "Sands" is a 3-song cycle ("Stand", "Jump", and "Fall") and is incor-
  rectly listed as four different ones.

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358 - ROSWELL RUDD: OPEN HOUSE: Roswell Rudd

  This audio companion to the March 2008 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ is
  dedicated to Roswell Rudd.

  Steve Lacy plays on one track with Roswell Rudd:

    7/ 2300 Skidoo 				(Herbie Nichols)

    2008 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1199 (magazine+CD)

  See REGENERATION (1983) for further references on (7).

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359 - MOMENTS OF LIFE: Gilles Laheurte

    1/ Moment I                                 (Laheurte)               7:08
    2/ Moment II                                (Laheurte)               3:46
    3/ Moment III                               (Laheurte)               1:30
    4/ Moment IV                                (Laheurte)               2:36
    5/ Moment V                                 (Laheurte)               2:05
    6/ Moment VI - (Fall)                       (Steve Lacy)            10:18
    7/ Moment VII                               (Laheurte)               4:18
    8/ Moment VIII                              (Laheurte)               4:24
    9/ Moment IX                                (Laheurte)               7:44
    10/ Moment X                                (Laheurte)               3:04
    11/ Moment XI                               (Laheurte)               4:40
    12/ moment XII                              (Laheurte)               9:52

    Recorded in New York City in December 2007 and January 2008

  Gilles Laheurte: cymbals, percussions, bells, xylophone, pocket trumpet, 
  bass clarinet, soprano, Chinese bamboo flute, African box, Tanzanian mbira.

    2008 - Selfgratifying (USA), GMPL 9646 0241 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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360 - LEATHER AND LACY: Greg Malcolm

    1/ Prayer					(Steve Lacy)
    2/ The Crust				(Steve Lacy)
    3/ Art					(Steve Lacy)
    4/ Bone					(Steve Lacy)
    5/ Ducks					(Steve Lacy)
    6/ Blues For Aida				(Steve Lacy)
    7/ Life On Its Way				(Steve Lacy)

    Recorded live during the Wellington Jazz Festival in 2006

  Greg Arnold: guitar.

    2009 - Interregnum Records (Norway), INT005 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.
  Note: limited edition of 500 copies.

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361 - SOPRANO SAX & REFLECTIONS: Steve Lacy

    1/ Day Dream 				(Strayhorn, Ellington) 	 4:22
    2/ Alone Together 				(Schwartz, Dietz) 	 6:45
    3/ Work 					(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:24
    4/ Rockiní In Rhythm 			(Ellington, Carney,
						Mills) 			 4:06
    5/ Easy To Love 				(Cole Porter) 		 8:24
    6/ Little Girl, Your Daddy Is Calling You 	(unknown) 		 4:32
    7/ Horniní In 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:16
    8/ Skippy 					(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:20
    9/ Reflections 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:07
    10/ Four In One 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 6:06
    11/ Bye-ya 					(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:39
    12/ Ask Me Now 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:54
    13/ Letís Call This 			(Thelonious Monk) 	 7:15

    2009 - Fresh Sound (EEC), FSRCD 543 (CD)

  See SOPRANO TODAY (1958) for further references on (1-6) and REFLECTIONS 
  (1959) for (7-13).

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362 - LACY POOL: Uwe Oberg, Christof Thewes, Michael Griener

    1/ Stamps					(Steve Lacy)		 7:31
    2/ The Crust				(Steve Lacy)		 4:29
    3/ Blinks					(Steve Lacy)		 2:37
    4/ After Hemline				(Lacy, Oberg, Thewes,
						Griener)		 7:44
    5/ The Dumps				(Steve Lacy)		 4:55
    6/ Flakes					(Steve Lacy)		 4:54
    7/ The Whammies!				(Steve Lacy)		 6:00
    8/ Retreat					(Steve Lacy)		 4:58
    9/ Tarte					(Lacy, Oberg, Thewes,
						Griener)		 4:47
    10/ Raps					(Steve Lacy)		 2:11

    Recorded at Loft, Köln (Germany) in November 2006
    Produced by Lacy Pool
    
  Uwe Oberg: piano; Christof Thewes: trombone; Michael Griener: drums.

    2009 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 677 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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363 - TOGASHI MASAHIKO, STEVE LACY, TAKAHASHI YUJI: Togashi Masahiko, Steve
  Lacy, Takahashi Yuji

    1/ Trio 1                     					12:34
    2/ Piano Solo                					 9:25
    3/ Duo 								 8:48
    4/ Trio 2                     					14:39

    Recorded at Hall Egg Farm, Japan on October 16, 2000

  Takahashi Yuji: piano; Steve Lacy (1,4): soprano; Togashi Masahiko (1,3,4):
  percussion.

    2009 - Egg Farm/Suigyu Music (Japan), SG013 (CD)

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364 - TRANSMIT: VOL. 2 OF THE MUSIC OF STEVE LACY: Ideal Bread

    1/ As Usual								 6:38
    2/ Flakes								 7:07
    3/ The Dumps							 6:19
    4/ Longing 								 6:51
    5/ Clichés								11:47
    6/ The Breath 							 6:13
    7/ Papa's Midnite Hop						 9:13

    Recorded at Peter Karl Studios, Brooklyn (USA) on October 30-31, 2009

  Josh Sinton: baritone saxophone; Kirk Knuffke: trumpet; Reuben Radding:
  bass; Tomas Fujiwara: drums.

    2010 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 296 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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365 - NOVEMBER: Steve Lacy

    1/ The Crust 				(Lacy) 			 4:50
    2/ Moms 					(Lacy) 			 6:12
    3/ Tinas' Tune 				(Lacy) 			 4:41
    4/ The Door 				(Lacy) 			 5:25
    5/ Blues For Aida 				(Lacy) 			 6:47
    6/ The Hoot 				(Lacy) 			 4:04
    7/ The New Duck 				(Lacy) 			 4:22
    8/ The Rent 				(Lacy) 			 4:39
    9/ The Wammies 				(Lacy) 			 2:52
    10/ Reflections 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:27

    Recorded live during the Unerhört! Festival at Rote Fabrik, Zürich (Switzerland) on November 29, 2003
    Produced by Intakt Records

  Steve Lacy: soprano.

    2010 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 171 (CD)

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366 - THE RENT: MUSIQUE DE STEVE LACY: The Rent

    1/ Prospectus				(Lacy, Blaise Cendrars)	 4:11
    2/ Multidimensional				(Lacy, Blaga Dimitrova)	 4:52
    3/ The Rent					(Lacy)			 5:42
    4/ Blues For Aida (suite)			(Lacy, Manyô-Shû)	13:20
    5/ Jack's Blues				(Lacy, Robert Creeley)	 2:45
    6/ The Bath					(Lacy)			 7:47
    7/ Blinks					(Lacy)			 3:22
    8/ The Mad Yak				(Lacy, Gregory Corso)	 5:28
    9/ A Ring Of Bone/Bone			(Lacy, Lew Welch, Lao 
						Tzu)	 		 7:51

    Recorded at The Farm, Toronto (Canada) on January 2 & 3, 2010
    Produced by Scott Thomson and Jean Martin

  Kyle Brenders: soprano; Susanna Hood (1,2,4,5,8,9): vocals, dance; Scott
  Thomson: trombone; Wes Neal: bass; Nick Fraser: drums.

    2010 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 197 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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367 - RÉCITS DE NEIGE: Joane Hétu

    1-4/ La Neige 
      1/ Neige 1-2 							 5:14
      2/ Neige 5-3 							 3:51
      3/ Neige 4-2 							 3:30
      4 Regarder La Neige Tomber 					 5:51
    5-8/ Jamais Froid
      5 Il Neige 							 2:25
      6 Flakes 					(Steve Lacy) 		 4:41
      7/ Jamais Froid [Sous-Mouvement] 					 4:18
      8/ Paysages 1-2-3 						 4:07
    9-11/ Rafales
      9/ Rafales 2 							 6:50
      10/ Rafales 1 							 5:34   
      11/ Rafales 3 							 2:43
    12-15/ Paysages
      12/ Mais Y'Est Où L'Ch'Min ? 					 5:37
      13/ Paysages 5 / Paysages + Neige 2 				 3:29
      14/ Neige Silencieuse 						 6:01
      15/ Déjà L'Eau Qui Coule 						 4:41

  Jean Derome; Joane Hétu; Diane Labrosse; Alexandre St-Onge; Pierre Tanguay;
  Scott Thomson.

    2010 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 198 (CD)

  Note: Steve Lacy does not play on this record.

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368 - UNE ANTHOLOGIE 1946/1957: Gil Evans

  Disc 1:
  Disc 2:
    25/ Remember							 4:31
    26/ Ella Speed							 5:49
    27/ Big Stuff							 4:47
    28/ Nobody's Heart							 4:23

    2010 - Cabu (France), CABU 545 (2xCD)

  See GIL EVANS PLUS TEN (1957) for further references on (25-28).

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369 - MUSIC FOR MERCE (1952-2009): various artists

  This 10xCD set features compositions by John Cage, David Tudor, Takehisa 
  Kosugi, Maryanne Amacher, David Behrman, Earle Brown, Stuart Dempster, 
  Morton Feldman, Jon Gibson, Toshi Ichiyanagi, John King, Annea Lockwood, 
  GordoN Mumma, Bo Nilsson, Pauline Oliveros, Michael Pugliese, Yasunao Tone,
  Christian Wolff, etc.
 
  Disc 10:
    ?/ Event-June 5, 1997, Frankfurt 					 7:30

    Recorded in Frankfurt, Germany on June 5, 1997

  David Behrman: laptop, voice; Takehisa Kosugi: electric violin; Steve Lacy:
  soprano.

    2010 - New World (USA), 80712 (10xCD) 

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370 - THE STRAIGHT HORN OF STEVE LACY: Steve Lacy

  This CD contains both REFLECTIONS (1959) and THE STRAIGHT HORN OF STEVE LACY
  (1960).

    1/ Louise 					(Cecil Taylor)		 5:27
    2/ Introspection 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:33
    3/ Donna Lee 				(Miles Davis)		 7:54
    4/ Played Twice 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:53
    5/ Air 					(Cecil Taylor) 	 	 6:39
    6/ Criss Cross 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:46
    7/ Four In One 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 6:09
    8/ Reflections 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:10
    9/ Hornin' In 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:19
    10/ Bya-ya 					(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:41
    11/ Let's Call This 			(Thelonious Monk) 	 7:17
    12/ Ask Me Now 				(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:56
    13/ Skippy 					(Thelonious Monk) 	 4:20

    2011 - Solar (?), 4569885 (CD) 

  See THE STRAIGHT HORN OF STEVE LACY (1960) for further references on (1-6)
  and REFLECTIONS (1959) on (7-13).

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371 - IN BERLIN: Steve Lacy

  PART A: STABS - SOLO (1975)
    1/ Cloudy 					(Lacy)			 5:37
    2/ Moon 					(Lacy)			 6:02
    3/ Stabs 					(Lacy) 			 7:35
    4/ No Baby 					(Lacy) 			 4:25
    5/ Deadline 				(Lacy) 			 7:52
    6/ Coastline 				(Lacy) 			 7:08
    7/ The Duck 				(Lacy) 			 8:25
  PART B: FOLLIES - QUINTET (1977)
    8/ Esteem 					(Lacy) 			10:19
    9/ Follies 					(Lacy) 			13:10

    (1-4) recorded at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin (Germany) on April 1, 
    1977 
    (5-7) recorded live during the Total Music Meeting at Quartier Latin, 
    Berlin (Germany) by on November 5, 1975 
    (8,9) recorded live during the Workshop Freie Musik at the Akademie der 
    Künste, Berlin (Germany) on April 11, 1977 
    Produced by Jost Gebers 

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts (8,9): alto; Irène Aebi (8,9: cello; Kent
  Carter (8,9): bass; Oliver Johnson (8,9: drums. 

    2011 - FMP (Germany), 138 (CD)

  Note: this CD combines the complete album STABS (1976) along with side 2 of
  FOLLIES (1978).
  Note: the CD reissue is also part of a 12xCD box set called IN RETROSPECT.
  Note: the original CD reissue had a technical problem ("Moon" was barely au-
  dible) but FMP quicky released a second pressing with the problem fixed.

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372 - TRYPTIQUE MUSIQUE D'HIVER: Joane Hétu

  This 3xCD set contains MUSIQUE D'HIVER (2001), NOUVELLE MUSIQUE D'HIVER 
  (2007), and RECITS DE NEIGE (2010).

  Joane Hétu; Jean Derome; Guillaume Dostaler; Ensemble SuperMusique; Lori
  Freedman; Diane Labrosse; Alexandre St-Onge; Pierre Tanguay; Martin 
  Tétreault; Scott Thomson.

    2011 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 904 (3xCD)

  See RECITS DE NEIGE (2010) for further references on track by Steve Lacy.

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373 - LIVE AT REVENNA JAZZ '87: Buell Neidlinger Quartet with Steve Lacy

    1/ Skippy					(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:36
    2/ Epistrophy 				(Thelonious Monk)	 7:06
    3/ Reflections 				(Thelonious Monk)	10:02
    4/ Little Rootie Tootie 			(Thelonious Monk)	 9:44
    5/ Criss Cross 				(Thelonious Monk)	 7:22
 
    Recorded live at l'Arena Corso, Ravenna (Italy) on July 2, 1987
    Produced by Buell Neidlinger

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Marty Krystall: tenor; Brenton Banks: piano; Buell 
  Neidlinger: bass; Billy Osborne: drums.

    2011 - K2B2 (USA), K2B2 3969 (CD)

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*** - GUSTS: SELECTED BLACK SAINT/SOUL NOTE RECORDINGS 1976-1998: Steve Lacy

  This 8xCD set contains THE FLAME (1982), ONLY MONK (1987), SEMPRE AMORE 
  (1987), MORE MONK (1991), COMMUNIQUE 1997), etc.

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

  Note: not released yet (planned in June 2011).

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*** - ???: Danilo Perez, Steve Lacy

    2001 (?) - Universal (?), ??? (CD)

  Note: never released.

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*** - TREIZE REGARDS: Steve Lacy

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Irène Aebi: vocals; Petia Kaufman: harpsichord.

    ???? - no label, ??? (CD)

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*** - EUROPEAN TOUR JULY 1978: Gil Evans

    1/ Improvisation
    2/ Improvisation

  Gil Evans: electric piano, piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Arthur Blythe: alto;
  Lew Soloff: trumpet, flugelhorn; Earl McIntyre: trombone; Peter Levin: syn-
  thesizer, clarinet, flugelhorn; Donald Pate: bass; Sue Evans: drums, percus-
  sion.

    ???? - no label, no number (??)

  Note: bootleg recording.

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*** - BAOBAB: 15-cassette set featuring various artists

  These tapes feature Henry Chopin, Laurie Anderson, Bob Downes, Klaus Groh,
  Kurt Schwitters, Arthur Petronio, Gertrude Stein, Camille Bryen, James
  Joyce, Glan Ruggero Manzoni, Fernand Divoire, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Lily
  Greenham, Katalin Ladik, Eugenio Miccini, Franco Verdi, Vittore Baroni, Enzo
  Minarelli, Gerald Bisinger, Irma Blank, Altagor, P. Clive Fencott, Paul
  Vangelisti, Julien Blaine, Charles Dreyfus, Luciana Arbizzani, B.A. Arcand,
  Ilse Garnier, Dario Clemente, Adriano Spatola, Franco Beltrametti, Philip
  Corner, Marcello Zuffa, Peter Kowald, Bernard Heidsieck, Giovanni Fontana,
  Steve Lacy, Paolo Trocchi, Nat Russo, etc.

    1981-1988 - Baobab (?), 5-17/19/20 (15xCT)

  Note: don't know on which tape Steve Lacy appears.

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