DISCOGRAPHY OF CHRISTIAN MARCLAY

This is the ninth version of the discography of Christian Marclay. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

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

Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com).
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		     | DISCOGRAPHY OF CHRISTIAN MARCLAY |
		     |             May 2008             |
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		     | by Patrice Roussel               |
		     | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)         |
		     | 2034 NE 37th Ave.                |
		     | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)         |           
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With special thanks to:

Stéphane Vuilleumier 
Seth Tisue          
Geoff Gray         
Philippe Renaud
Elliot E. Kallen
Jeff Rentsch
Steev Hise
Jonathon Brown 	
Danilo Campanella
Lang Thompson   
Jan-Wen Lu      
Christopher Cooper
Jon Abbey
Gerhard Mittenhuber 
Marie-Pierre Bonniol 
Michel Ramond	
Paolo Gianolio 
Michel Henritzi
Terry Simpkins  
Kichijoji Higashicho
Rock Wilson        
Andy Ditzler      
Chris Culter     
Maarten Hepp    
for sending me extra material and giving prompt answers to my questions.

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

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

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

Some abbreviations:

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

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

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001 - LIGHT BULB MAGAZINE NUMBER FOUR - "THE EMERGENCY CASSETTE": various
  artists

  This set of two tapes features Jad Fair (3), Smegma (6), John Duncan (9),
  Bachelors Even (19), Asmus Tietchens (27), Meat Puppets (33), etc.

  Christian Marclay plays on one track with Bachelors Even:

    19/ Lolos Tremolos                          (Bachelors Even)         4:49

  Christian Marclay; Kurt Henry.

    1981 - Los Angeles Free Music Society (USA), none (2xCD)

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002 - STATE OF THE UNION: various artists

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

    18/ Disc Composition #23                    (Marclay)                         
    
  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

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

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

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003 - (T)HERE: Elliott Sharp

    1/ Effector                                 (Sharp)                 
    2/ Avoid Spikes/ Departurate                (Sharp)
    3/ Irreversibility / Decomp / Maypayday     (Sharp)
    4/ To The City                              (Sharp)
    5/ Rinse Cycle                              (Sharp)
    6/ Ytykyd                                   (Sharp)
    7/ Rumble Strips                            (Sharp)
    8/ Body Barn                                (Sharp)
    9/ Winston Smith                            (Sharp)
    10/ Calibrate                               (Sharp)
    11/ 5 W's                                   (Sharp)
    12/ Crash Course                            (Sharp)
    13/ Calldump                                (Sharp)
    14/ Cold Facts                              (Sharp)
    15/ History                                 (Sharp)
    16/ Before Too Late                         (Sharp)

    (1-6) recorded in concerts at Brno and Prague, Czechoslovakia on May 29
    and June 1, 1983
    (7-14) recorded in New York City on May 6, 1983
    (15,16) recorded in concert in New York City on April 2, 1983

  Elliott Sharp: fretless guitar, bass clarinet, soprano, voice; Rick Brown
  (6): drums; Lesli Dalaba (7-14): trumpet; Christian Marclay (15,16): turn-
  tables; Charles K. Noyes (7-14): drums, percussion, saw.

    1983 - Zoar Records, ZOAR 14 (LP)

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004 - LOCUS SOLUS: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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005 - FULL HOUSE: David Moss

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

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

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

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006 - UNIQUE NO 1 - THE COPS ARE COMING... IN TOWN: various artists

  This tape features Outcast, Pascal Comelade, Martin Dupont, Dagi Bernard, 
  Procede, Les Provisoires, Berliner Luft, Un Drame Musical Instantané, V2 
  Schneider, Ptose, Alesia Cosmos, Dau Al Set, Etant Donnes, Karnage, Femto,
  Helene Sage, Rockfeller, Sovetskoe Foto, Christian Marclay, Rudolph Grey &
  Sumner Crane, Don King, 2nd Class Kyo, Commando H.M., Deficit Des Annees 
  Anterieures, S. Barbery, Nox.

    5/ Who Was Who				(Marclay)		 1:55

    Recorded in 1983

  Christian Marclay: records & turntables.

    1984 - Ephemere Enregistrements (France), No 3 (CT)

  Note: a longer version of this piece appears on RECORDS.

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007 - PLOW! A Compilation

  This record features Sonic Youth and Lydia Lunch, Copulation, Swans, Hit By
  A Truck, Dressed Up Animals, Wise Blood, Abt. 409, Live Skull, Eiger Nord
  Wand, Christian Marclay.

    10/ Pandora's Box                           (Marclay)                2:48

    Recorded at Plugg, New York City in April 1984

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1985 - Anorganikprodukt (LP)

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008 - RECORD WITHOUT A COVER: Christian Marclay

    Recorded at Plugg, New York City in March 1985

    1985 - Recycled Records (LP)
    1999 - Locus Solus (Japan), LSV 01 (white vinyl LP)

  Note: the pressing plant went out of business after the first 2000 copies.

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009 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: various artists

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

  Christian Marclay plays on four tracks, one with John Zorn "Cobra":

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

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

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

  two with David Moss Dense Band:

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

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

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

  and one with Christian Marclay "Tower Of Babel":

    11/ Semicolon                               (Marclay)                3:50
    
    Recorded live at Moers Festival, Germany on May 27, 1985
  
  Christian Marclay: composer, turntables; Sussan Deihim: vocal, tapes; 
  Shelley Hirsch: vocal; Arto Lindsay: vocal; David Garland: vocal; David 
  Moss: vocal.

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

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010 - DENSE BAND: David Moss

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

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

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

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011 - USA/GERMANY: various artists

  This tape from Tellus (The Audio Cassette Magazine) features Konk (1), 
  Joshua Fried (2), Details At Eleven (3), Cargo Cult (4), Destructo (5), His
  Master's Voice (6), Rat At Rat R (7), Yellow Grave (8), Live Skull (9), 
  Elliott Sharp (10), Fast Forward (11), Christian Marclay (12), Club of Rome
  (13), Saurekeller (14), Galerie Global (15), Nicholas Nowack (16).

    12/ Groove                                  (Marclay)                4:54

    Recorded at Noise N.Y. in March 1982

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1985 - Tellus (USA), Tellus #8 (CT)

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012 - CURRENT TRENDS IN RACISM IN MODERN AMERICA: Butch Morris

    Current Trends in Racism in Modern America  (Morris)
      Part One                                                          24:35
      Part One (cont.)                                                  12:20
      Part Two                                                          10:30

    Recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City on February 1, 1985

  Frank Lowe: tenor; John Zorn: alto, game calls; Brandon Ross: guitar; Zeena
  Parkins: harp; Tom Cora: cello; Christian Marclay: turntables; Eli Fountain:
  vibraphone; Curtis Clark: piano; Thurman Barker: marimba, snare drum, tabou-
  rine; Yasunao Tone: voice; Butch Morris: conduction.

    1986 - Sound Aspects (Germany), Sound Aspects 4010 (LP)
    ???? - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS CD 4010 (CD)

  Note: the CD was digitally remastered in August 90 at Studios Bauer by J.
  Wohlleben.

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013 - MELTABLE SNAPS IT, POINTS BLANK: Michael Lytle, George Cartwright, 
  David Moss

    5/ Hard Cash                                (GC, ML, DM, CM)         3:02
    6/ Kissing In The Snow                      (GC, ML, DM, CM)         4:27
  
    Recorded at BC Studio, Brooklyn in 1985

  George Cartwright: saxophones, flutes, various bird and animal calls; 
  Michael Lytle: clarinets, game calls, humzoo, electronics and voice; David 
  Moss: multiple percussion and voice; Christian Marclay: turntables; Martin 
  Bisi: live 16 to 2 track mix down.

    1986 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8604 (LP)
    1993 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8604cd (CD)

  Note: the CD includes 30 minutes of extra material, but without Marclay.

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014 - GODARD CA VOUS CHANTE ? various artists

  This tribute to Jean-Luc Godard features The Amati Ensemble (1), John Zorn
  (2), Arto Lindsay (3,4), Daniel Deshays (5), Caroline Gautier and Olivier
  Foy (6).

  Christian Marclay plays on one track with John Zorn:

    2/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:42

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in August and September 1985

  John Zorn: alto, clarinet, narration; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, harpsi-
  chord, celeste; Carol Emanuel: harp; Bill Frisell: guitars, banjo; Christian
  Marclay: turntables; Bobby Previte: drums, percussions; David Weinstein:
  keyboards, computer; Luli Shioi: vocal; Wu Shao-Ying: narration; Richard
  Foreman: narration.

    1986 - Nato (France), Nato 634 (LP)
    1992 - Nato (France), 53004.2 (CD)
    1992 (?) - Nato (France), 112127 (CD)
    199? - Nato (France), 777 713 (CD)
    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7324 (CD)

  Note: the Tzadik reissue contains a version of "Godard" slightly different.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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016 - THE IMPROVISORS: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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017 - CONTROL SONGS: David Garland

    1/ I Am With You                            (Garland)                3:18
    2/ Very Popular                             (Garland)                2:53
    3/ The Stick Figure                         (Garland)                2:49
    4/ I Am An I-Beam Girder                    (Garland)                3:41
    5/ My Pony's Falling                        (Garland)                4:20
    6/ On Planet X                              (Garland)                5:59
    7/ Forest Fractures                         (Garland)                5:17
    8/ TV Can Teach Me                          (Garland)                4:00
    9/ Clocks                                   (Garland)                6:47
    10/ Furniture                               (Garland)                2:11
    11/ Keep In Touch                           (Garland)                5:13
    12/ Don't Shoot 				(Garland)		 4:44
    13/ Bad Advice				(Garland)		 4:14
    14/ Another Mistake				(Garland)		 2:02
    15/ Growth					(Garland)		 1:53
    16/ Hist'ry					(Garland)		 6:57
    17/ Simba					(Les Baxter)		 4:56

    Recorded at Studio Pass, New York City, Silence Studio, Sweden, Harmonic
    Ranch, New York City, Noise New York, New York City, and at home
    (4,17) recorded live at the Dance Theater Workshop, New York City on
    November 11, 1985
    Produced by David Garland

  David Garland: vocals, spliced voice, electric organ, Prophet 5, panpipe,
  ebony flute, handclaps, Mini-Moog, Fairlight CMI, Synthabbott, percussion,
  accordion, drum-triggered Mini-Moog, toy piano, bass, Farfisa, electric
  piano, synthesizer, percussion, Hammond organ, Casio, guitar; Anne Garland
  (1): back-up vocals; Mark Abbott (4,17): bass, vocal; Christian Marclay (4,
  17): records, turntables; Clive Smith (4,7,17): Fairlight CMI, trumpet,
  kazoo, vocal; John Zorn (6,17): alto, game calls, vocal; Guy Klucevsek (7,
  17): accordion; Meredith Monk (12): vocals; John Alexander (13): baritone
  (voice); Wayne Diana (13): tenor (voice); Nancy Gassner (13): soprano (voi-
  ce).

    1986 - Review Records (Germany), rere 95 (LP)
    1997 - Review Records (Germany), rere 95cd (CD)

  Note: (5) has a newly recorded vocal track on the CD reissue.
  Note: (12-17) are not available on the LP pressing.

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018 - SO UND SO UND SO: various artists

    ?/ 1930                                     (Marclay)

    Recorded probably at Harmonic Ranch, New York in 1985

    1986 - ??? (Netherlands), ??? (CT)

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019 - FORWARD OF SHORT LEG: Jon Rose

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Christian Marclay plays on one track with Meltable Snaps It:

    15/ Tattersal                               (M.S.I.)                 3:46

    Recorded live in Albany during the fall 1985 New York State Council of the
    Arts New Music Network Tour

  George Cartwright: saxophones, flutes, various bird and animal calls;
  Michael Lytle: clarinets, game calls, humzoo, electronics, voice; David
  Moss: multiple percussion, voice; Christian Marclay: turntables.

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

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021 - IN THE LAND OF THE YAHOOS: Elliott Sharp

    1/ In The Land Of The Yahoos                (Sharp)                  2:58
    2/ Free Society                             (Sharp)                  3:19
    3/ Fundementia                              (Sharp, Deihim)          3:37
    4/ L-L-Love                                 (Sharp, Marclay)         3:38
    5/ Sink Or Swim                             (Sharp, Fisher)          3:20
    6/ Gulagogo                                 (Sharp)                  6:49
    7/ Ras/Ten                                  (Sharp, Anders)          2:59
    8/ Ornament And Crime                       (Sharp, Hirsch)          3:48
    9/ Ratnap                                   (Sharp)                  4:20
    10/ Shopping Maul                           (Sharp)                  ?:??

    Recorded at B.C. Studio by Martin Bisi, Demolition Sound by Michael
    Beinhorn, 6/8 Studio by JZ, Hothouse by David Fulton

  Christoph Anders (7): voice, Mirage; Sussan Deihim (3): voice; Elizabeth
  Fischer (5): voice; David Fulton (4): electronic drums; Paul Garrin (2): 
  pat, rewinds; Shelley Hirsch (8): voice; Shigeto Kamada (3,7,9): drums;
  Christian Marclay (4): turntables; Jane Tomkiewicz (1,6): bendir, clay drum;
  Elliott Sharp: Mirage, voice, bass, pantar, guitar, saxophone, drum comp-
  uter.

    1987 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7536 (LP)
    1987 - SST Records (USA), SST 128 (LP)
    1987 - SST Records (USA), SST CD 128 (CD)

  Note: (10) is not available on the Dossier pressing.

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

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

  Marclay plays on two tracks, one under his name:  
  
    3/ 1930                                     (Marclay)                2:51

  Christian Marclay: turntables.                        

  and one with Locus Solus:

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

    Recorded at B.C Studio

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

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

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

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023 - COBRA: John Zorn

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

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

    Recorded live at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on October 21, 1985

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

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

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024 - SLOPE - GRADUAL DISAPPEARANCE: Tenko

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

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

    Recorded at Noise New York
    Produced by Tenko and Fred Frith

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

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

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025 - SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Spillane                                 (Zorn, Lindsay)         25:12
   
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June/August 1986

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

    2/ Two-Lane Highway                         (Zorn)                  18:16
 
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June 1987

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

    3/ Forbidden Fruit                          (Zorn)                  10:20

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

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

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

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026 - WINTER WAS HARD: Kronos Quartet

  The Kronos Quartet plays compositions by Aulis Sallinen, Terry Riley, Arvo
  Part, Anton Webern, John Zorn, John Lurie, Astor Piazzolla, Alfred
  Schnittke, Samuel Barber.

    5/ Forbidden Fruit                          (Zorn)                  10:20

    1988 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79181-1 (LP)
    1988 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79181-2 (CD)
    1991 - Nonesuch (Germany), 7559-79260-2 ZD (6xCD)

  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references.

  Note: the 6xCD set is called THE COLLECTION and contains KRONOS QUARTET 
  (1986), WHITE MAN SLEEPS (1987), WINTER WAS HARD (1988), KRONOS QUARTET 
  PLAYS TERRY RILEY: SALOME DANCES FOR PEACE (1989), BLACK ANGELS (1990).

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027 - CAPTURED MUSIC: various artists

  This record features P16.D4 (1), Asmus Tietchens (2,3), S.B.O.T.H.I. (4-12),
  and Nachtluft (13).

  Live recordings of Nicolas Collins, Hafler Trio, Christian Marclay, 
  Nachtluft, P16.D4, Psychic Television, S.B.O.T.H.I., Elliott Sharp, and
  Asmus Tietchens processed by P16.D4, Asmus Tietchens, S.B.O.T.H.I., and 
  Nachtluft.

    1/ Captured Music (Semi-Dokumentarisch)	(P16.D4)
    2/ Die Prinzessin Auf Der Karaffe		(Asmus Tietchens)
    3/ Krypto-Phonophonie			(Asmus Tietchens)
    4/ untitled					(S.B.O.T.H.I.) 
    5/ S-Flink					(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    6/ untitled					(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    7/ untitled					(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    8/ untitled					(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    9/ untitled					(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    10/ Red, Red Aqua 				(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    11/ untitled				(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    12/ untitled				(S.B.O.T.H.I.)
    13/ Recut					(Nachtluft)

    Recorded live in Karlsruhe, Germany on February 25-27, 1987

    1987 - Selektion (Germany), SLP019 (LP)
    1995 - RRR Records (USA), ??? (CD)

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028 - SOMETHING OUT THERE: Zeena Parkins

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

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

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

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

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029 - RECORD WITHOUT GROOVES: Christian Marclay

  12" black vinyl grooveless record with gold label in black suede poche
  with gold lettering. Edition of 50, signed and numbered, Ecart Editions,
  Geneve/New York, 1987.

    1987 - Ecart Editions (Switzerland/New York), ??? (LP)

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030 - LIVE IN EUROPE: David Moss Dense Band

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

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

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

    1988 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ELP 1004 (LP)
    1988 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1004 (CD)
	     
  Note: (10,11) are only available on the CD pressing.

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

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

    7/ no title                                                          3:30
    9/ no title                                                          3:25

    Recorded live at Vandoeuvre, France on May 22, 1987

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1988 - Van d'Oeuvre (France), 8802 (LP)

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032 - THE TECHNOLOGY OF TEARS: Fred Frith

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

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

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

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

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

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033 - SECRET: Christian Marclay

    1988 - ???, ?? (7" with padlock)

  Note: very limited edition -- five copies only!

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034 - AUDIO BY VISUAL ARTISTS: various artists

  This tape features Joseph Beuys (1), Maurice Lemaître (2), Filippo Tommaso
  Marinetti (3), Raoul Hausmann (4), Antonio Russolo (5), Marcel Duchamp (6),
  Kurt Schwitters (7), Lawrence Weiner (8), George Brecht (9), Patrick Ireland
  (10), Richard Huelsenbeck (11), Arrigo Lora-Totino & Fogliati (12), Jean
  Dubuffet (13), Mimmo Rotella (14), Joan Jonas (15), Christian Boltanski
  (16), Ian Murray (17), Terry Fox (18), Jonathan Borofsky (19), Magdalena
  Abakanowicz (20), Richard Prince with Bob Gober (21), Martin Kippenberger
  (22), Jack Goldstein (23), John Armleder (24), Terry Allen (25), Gretchen
  Bender (26), Y Pants (27), Ed Tomney (28), Susan Hiller (29), Murray (30).

  Christian Marclay plays on (24):

    24/ 16 Great Turn-Ons                       (John Armleder)          1:10

  Christian Marclay (24).

    1988 - Tellus (USA), Tellus #21 (CT)

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035 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME TWO: various artists

  This record features Chunk (1), Gary Lucas (2), Odd Job (3,8), Mori/Frith/
  Dresser (4), Myra Melford (5), Sonny Sharrock (6), Marclay/Bennett (7), Joey
  Baron (9), Glen Velez (10,11).

  Christian Marclay plays on one track with Samm Bennett:

    7/ Silver Lining                                                     4:41

  Christian Marclay: turntables, records; Samm Bennett: electronic percussion.

    1989 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5276 (LP)
    1989 - A&M Records (USA), CD 5276 (CD)
    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-98 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EFA 03512-08 EMY 112 (LP)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EFA 03512-26 EMCD 112-2 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 120 KFW B1234 (4xCD)
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-12345 (5xCD)

  Note: the 5xCD box contains the five volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY.
  Note: the 4xCD box contains the first four volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING 
  FACTORY.

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036 - GHOSTS: N.A.D. (Niù Abdominaux Dangereux)

    1/ La Topinara Verde (The Green Mole)       (Nicola Salerno)         5:24
    2/ Ghosts                                   (Albert Ayler)           3:11
    ?/ Bar-oque                                 (Salerno, Terragnoli)    0:19
    3/ Lorenza In Arabia                        (Salerno, Terragnoli)    5:58
    4/ Conversations                            (Enrico Terragnoli)      5:11
    #/ Bar-oque church                          (Salerno, Terragnoli)    0:28
    5/ Bibbidi Bobbidi Bu                       (Mack, Hoffman, Livingstone)
									 3:48
    6/ Giggirriva                               (Terragnoli)             4:22
    7/ Ivanovic                                 (Kaiser, Salerno, Zorzi, 
						 Olivieri, Frith, Sharp) 4:05
    $/ Bar-oque blues                           (Terragnoli, Salerno)    1:03
    8/ Broadway Blues                           (Ornette Coleman)        4:02
    9/ Zigozago                                 (Terragnoli)             5:42
    10/ Marina Goes To Hollywood                (Zorzi, Salerno, Terragnoli)
									 8:32

    Recorded at Umbi Studio, Modena (Italy) in November/December 1988 and 
    at Baby Monster Studio, New York City in December 1988
    Produced by NAD

  Fantasio Manlio Fox (aka Roberto Zorzi): guitars, voice, trombone; Ricoh 
  Screw Poloso (aka Enrico Terragnoli) (all but (7)): guitars, voice; Njk 
  Salerchia (aka Nicola Cosmo Salerno): samplings, synthesizer, voice, crackle
  box; Egj Qselly (aka Egidio Zancanari) (all but (7)): bass, harpsichord, 
  voice, church organ; Bert Willie Bevilacopia (aka Alberto Olivieri) (all but 
  ($)): drums, percussion, voice; Riccardo Bianchi (1): Midi guitar; Denardo 
  Coleman (2,6): Midi drums; Fred Frith (2,7): violin, voice; Zamir Ahmad Khan 
  (3): sitar, tablas; Elliott Sharp (3,6,7): soprano, lap steel guitar; 
  Christian Marclay (4): turntables; Zeena Parkins (#,5): American closing 
  speaker, accordion; Sonny Sharrock (5,6): guitar; Henry Kaiser (7): Syncla-
  vier; Umbi Maggi ($): blues bass guitar.

    1989 - Heron Music (Italy), HM 702 (CD)
    1989 - ITM (Germany), ITM 1454 (CD)
    1995 - Basic (France), 50001 (CD)

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037 - 100 OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL MELODIES: Nicolas Collins

  Nicolas Collins in duos with Pippin Barnett, Anthony Coleman, Tom Cora,
  Peter Cusak, Shelley Hirsch, George Lewis, Christian Marclay, Ben Neill,
  Zeena Parkins, Robert Poss, Ned Rothenberg, Elliott Sharp, Davey Williams,
  John Zorn, Peter Zummo.

    1/ untitled 							 0:41
    2/ untitled 							 2:15
    3/ untitled 							 1:15
    4/ untitled 							 1:32
    5/ untitled 							 0:46
    6/ untitled 							 0:46
    7/ untitled 							 0:45
    8/ untitled 							 1:14
    9/ untitled 							 1:42
    10/ untitled 							 1:41
    11/ untitled 							 2:49
    12/ untitled  							 0:40
    13/ untitled                     					 0:46
    14/ untitled 							 1:24
    15/ untitled  							 0:28
    16/ untitled                            				 0:39
    17/ untitled                 					 0:29
    18/ untitled 							 1:10
    19/ untitled 							 1:20
    20/ untitled 							 1:30
    21/ untitled 							 5:30
    22/ untitled 							 2:29
    23/ untitled 							 0:36
    24/ untitled 							 1:12
    25/ untitled 							 1:07
    26/ untitled 							 1:57
    27/ untitled 							 0:53
    28/ untitled                     					 1:33
    29/ untitled 							 0:35
    30/ untitled 							 0:39
    31/ untitled 							 0:50
    32/ untitled  							 1:55
    33/ untitled                     					 1:32
    34/ untitled 							 1:22
    35/ untitled  							 2:50
    36/ untitled                            				 1:20
    37/ untitled                 					 0:46
    38/ untitled 							 1:16
    39/ untitled 							 1:27
    40/ untitled 							 2:42
    41/ untitled 							 1:57
    42/ untitled 							 1:29

    Recorded at Airshaft Studio, New York City, The Kitchen, New York City and
    Stichting Steim, Amsterdam from January 1988 through May 1989

  Nicolas Collins: trombone propelled electronics, radio, tapes; Peter Cusack
  (1,9,18,25,37,39,41,42): acoustic guitar, whistle, Gate Crasher, tapes, bou-
  zouki, tuning forks; Robert Poss (2,11,32): electric guitar; Ben Neill (3,4,
  6): Mutantrumpet; Pippin Barnett (5,8,20): percussion; Peter Zummo (7): 
  trombone; Christian Marclay (10,19,24): record players; John Zorn (12,13,15-
  17,27): alto; Anthony Coleman (14,23): electric organ; George Lewis (21):
  trombone; Shelley Hirsch (22): voice; Davey Williams (26,34): electric gui-
  tar; Ned Rothenberg (28): bass clarinet; Elliott Sharp (29-31): bass clari-
  net; Zeena Parkins (33,35): electric and acoustic harps; Tom Cora (36,38,
  40): cello.

    1989 - Trace Elements Records (USA), TE-1018 (CD)

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038 - RODAN: Sato Michihiro

  This record features Sato Michihiro in different combinations with Bill 
  Frisell, Fred Frith, Tenko, Mark Miller, Nicolas Collins, Christian Marclay,
  Steve Coleman, Toh Ban Djan (Ikue Mori, Luli Shioi), Semantics (Elliott 
  Sharp, Samm Bennett, Ned Rothenberg), Tom Cora, Joey Baron, Mark Dresser,
  Gerry Hemingway.
	     
    1/ SM/BF/FF                                                          4:21
    2/ SM/T/MM                                                           1:27
    3/ SM/NC/CM                                                          3:33
    4/ SM/SC                                                             3:17
    5/ SM/TOH BAN DJAN                                                   3:43
    6/ SM/NC/CM                                                          2:58
    7/ SM/T/MM                                                           1:17
    8/ SM/SB/ES                                                          1:44
    9/ SM/NC/CM                                                          1:42
    10/ SM/TC                                                            1:48
    11/ SM/SEMANTICS                                                     3:54
    12/ SM/ES                                                            2:02
    13/ SM/BF/FF                                                         4:20
    14/ SM/ES/SB                                                         2:00
    15/ SM/MD/BF/FF                                                      2:32
    16/ SM/T                                                             2:53
    17/ SM/BF/FF                                                         3:50
    18/ SM/SB                                                            2:19
    19/ SM/NC/CM                                                         1:08
    20/ SM/SC/JB                                                         4:20
    21/ SM/FF                                                            2:57
    22/ SM/MD/GH/BF                                                      2:11
    23/ SM/BF/FF                                                         5:30

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City on April 11-16, 1988
    Produced by John Zorn

  Sato Michihiro: tsugaru shamisen; Bill Frisell (1,13,15,17,22,23): electric
  guitar; Fred Frith (1,13,15,17,21,23): electric guitar; Tenko (2,7,16): voi-
  ce; Mark Miller (2,7): bass; Nicolas Collins (3,6,9,19): electronics;
  Christian Marclay (3,6,9,19): turntables; Steve Coleman (4,20): alto; Toh
  Ban Djan (5): Ikue Mori (drums, drum machine), Luli Shioi (bass, voice);
  Semantics (11): Elliott Sharp (double neck guitar/bass), Samm Bennett
  (drums),  Ned Rothenberg (alto); Elliott Sharp (8,12,14): double neck gui-
  tar/bass; Samm Bennett (8,14,18): drums; Tom Cora (10): cello; Joey Baron
  (20): drums; Mark Dresser (15,22): bass; Gerry Hemingway (22): drums.

    1989 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat Art CD 6015 (CD)

  Note: the tracks have no titles, only abbreviated codes indicating the
  musicians involved.

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039 - MORE ENCORES: Christian Marclay

  Each piece is composed entirely of records by the artist after whom it is
  titled. "John Cage" is a recording of a collage made by cutting slices from
  several records and gluing them back into a single disc. In all other pieces
  the records were mixed and manipulated on multiple turntables and recorded
  analog with the use of overdubbing. A hand-crank gramophone was used in 
  "Louis Armstrong".

    1/ Johann Strauss                                                    2:54
    2/ John Zorn                                                         2:57
    3/ Martin Denny                                                      2:47
    4/ Frederic Chopin                                                   2:40
    5/ Fred Frith                                                        3:29
    6/ Louis Armstrong                                                   2:27
    7/ Arthur Ferrante & Louis Teicher                                   2:32
    8/ John Cage                                                         2:06
    9/ Maria Callas                                                      3:04
    10/ Jimi Hendrix                                                     2:58
    11/ Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg                                   2:40
    12/ Christian Marclay                                                2:29

    (1,3) recorded at King St. Studio in July 1987
    (2,6,7,10) recorded at Horvitz Studio in January 1987
    (4) recorded at Noise, New York in August 1987
    (5,8,9,11,12) recorded at Harmonic Ranch in May 1988

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1989 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8816 (10" LP)
    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CM1 (CD)
    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CMV1 (10")
    2003 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CM1 (CD)

  Note: the CD is a limited edition of 1000 copies.
  Note: the 10" LP reissue is a limited edition.

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040 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Note: the Tzadik reissue is also called FILMWORKS VII.

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041 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR - TRIP COASTER: John Zorn    

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

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

  See CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR (1989) for further references.

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042 - IMAGINARY LANDSCAPES: various artists

  This record features Ron Kuivila, Shelly Hirsch and David Weinstein, Neil
  B. Rolnick, Mark Trayle, Gordon Monahan, Laetitia Sonami, Maryanne Amacher,
  Alvin Lucier, David Tudor, Nicolas Collins, Voice Crack, Christian Marclay,
  "Blue" Gene Tyranny.

  Christian Marclay plays on one track:

    12/ Black Stucco                            (Marclay)                3:05

    Recorded in July 1986

  Christian Marclay: records and turntables.

    1989 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 79235-2 (CD)

  Note: liner notes by Nicolas Collins.

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043 - FOOTSTEPS: Christian Marclay

    Produced and recorded by Christian Marclay

    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 26 (single-sided LP)

  Note: taken for the record liner notes by Christian Marclay:

    "From June 4th through July 16th 1989 the floor of one of the Shedhalle 
    galleries, Zürich, was covered with 3500 copies of a record titled FOOT-
    STEPS. During the six weeks of the installation, people were invited to 
    walk on the records-willingly or not, they had to step on them to reach 
    the adjacent galleries where other sculptures were exhibited. The one-
    sided record, containing the sopunds of footsteps, was recorded in Decem-
    ber 1988 in the deserted hallways of the Clocktower (N.Y.), and in the 
    studios of Harmonic Ranch (N.Y.), where Keiko Uenishi's tap dancing was
    mixed in. During the gallery installation the work could be looked at,
    stepped on and walked through, but the recording was never heard, its 
    content merely suggested by its title. Over the course of six weeks, more
    than 1500 visitors walked over the fragile floor, contributing to the 
    final composition by altering the records' surface with dirt and scrat-
    ched. At the end of the exhibition, the records, which were attached to
    the floor with double-sided tape, were removed. The record enclosed in 
    this package is one of them. When played, the footmark scratches and 
    recorded footsteps blend in a final aleatory composition of rhythmic 
    patterns, with as many variations as there are records. One thousand of 
    these records have been made available, apart from a special edition of 
    one hundred copies signed and numbered. Dedicated to the memory of Fred 
    Astaire."

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

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

    9/ Les Boites                               (Marclay, Boris Vian)    3:00

    No recording information

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Catherine Jauniaux: vocals.

    1990 - Shimmy Disc (USA), 000...00034 (LP)
    1990 - Shimmy Disc (USA), SDE 9021 (CD)
    1990 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 9021/CD (CD)
    199? - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5034 (CD)
    ???? - Shimmy Disc (USA?), Shimmy 034 (CD)

  Note: all the CD pressings (but Shimmy 034) have extra tracks.

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045 - BEETS, A COLLECTION OF JAZZ SONGS: various artists

  This record features Fred Frith, Clubfoot Orchestra, Peter Fair, Sun Ra,
  Rova Saxophone Quartet, Machette Ensemble Of S.F., Tom Cora, Anthony Braxton
  & Gino Robair, Eric Drew Feldman, Snakefinger, B. Singer, Sonny Simmons, 
  Winston Tong, Big Butter.

    7/ Recollection Bruise                      (Cora)                   2:49

  Butch Morris: trumpet; George Lewis: trombone; David Hofstra: tuba; Bobby
  Previte: drums; Christian Marclay: record loops; Tom Cora: record loops.

    1990 - Elemental/T.E.C. Tones (USA), 90901 (LP)
    1990 - Elemental/T.E.C. (USA), 90902 (CD)
    1990 - Elemental/T.E.C. Tones (USA), 90904 (CT)

  Note: the CT pressing is packaged in a can!

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046 - RETURN TO STREET LEVEL: Takashi Kazamaki and Kalle Laar

    1/ Meanwhile                                (TK,KL,ES)               2:28
    2/ I Was Living                                                      1:14
    3/ In My Rehearsal                          (PH,TK,ES)               3:10
    4/ Room                                     (TK,KL,CM,ES)            1:18
    5/ With                                                              4:36
    6/ Dead Pheasant                            (TC,PH,TK,KL)            0:57
    7/ In The Backyard                          (TC,TK,KL)               1:51
    8/ And Angry                                (TK,KL,CM,ES)            3:50
    9/ Neighbours                                                        2:08
    10/ At My Doorstep                          (ND,TK,KL,ES)            1:40
    11/ Who                                     (TK,KL)                  1:05
    12/ Became Friendly                         (ND,TK,KL)               2:41
    13/ Greek Businessmen                       (TK,KL,ES)               3:13
    14/ Trying                                  (ND,KL)                  1:40
    15/ To Keep                                 (ND,TK,KL,ES)            1:30
    16/ Their Children                          (TK,KL,ES)               1:04
    17/ Asleep                                                           1:32
    18/ So I Turned                             (TC,TK,KL,CM)            1:19
    19/ Down                                    (PH,TK,KL)               4:40
    20/ My Amp                                  (ND,TK,KL)               1:37
    21/ Again                                   (TK,KL)                  1:42
    22/ In The Middle                           (TK,KL,ES)               1:08
    23/ Of The Night                            (TC,PH,TK,KL)            3:05
    24/ In The House                            (TK,KL,ES)               1:12
    25/ Where                                   (TK,KL)                  1:06
    26/ People                                  (TC,TK,KL,CM)            3:03
    27/ Were Not                                                         0:57
    28/ Supposed                                (TK,KL,ES)               2:34
    29/ To Live                                 (ND,TK,KL,ES)            3:26
    30/ Anyway                                  (TK,KL,CM,ES)            1:12

    Recorded in June 1990
    Produced by Elliott Sharp

  Elliott Sharp: guitar, bass clarinet, vocals; Paul Hoskin: contrabass clari-
  net; Nick Didkovsky: guitar; Kalle Laar: guitar, electronics; Tom Cora: cel-
  lo; Kazamaki: percussion; Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1990 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1022 (CD)

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047 - ABSOLUT CD #2 - THE JAPANESE PERSPECTIVE: various artists

  This record features works by Yuji Takahashi, Yoshiaki Ochi and Yoshihisa
  Ochi, Ushio Torikai, Yoshihisa Taira, Yoriaki Matsudaira, Roughage, Akira
  Sakata, Yamatsuka Eye and John Zorn, Ruins, Michihiro Satoh, Merzbow,
  Haruna Miyake, Ikue Mori, Toru Takemitsu.

    10/ Untitled                                                         2:53

    Recorded in 1988 at Baby Monster Studio, New York City
 
  Michihiro Satoh: tsugaru shamisen; Nicolas Collins: electronics; Christian
  Marclay: turntables.

    1990 - Ear Magazine/Absolut (USA), Absolut #2 (CD)

  See RODAN (1989) for further references.

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048 - ANTI-DISC 1: various artists

  This record features Peter Van Riper (1), Michael Pullen (2), Nadia Coen &
  Genvieve Hayes (3), Christian Marclay (4), Circle X (5), Bodeco (6).

    4/ Untitled                                 (Christian Marclay)      0:49

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1990 - Anti-Utopia (USA), IV (flexi)

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049 - OCTOBER MEETING 87 1: various artists

  This record features works by John Zorn, Guus Janssen, Christian Marclay and
  Louis Sclavis.

    5/ Duo                                      (Marclay, Sclavis)      27:30

    Recorded live during the Octobermeeting 1987, 16 to 24 October 1987,
    Amsterdam

  Christian Marclay: four turntables, phonograph records, digital delay; Louis
  Sclavis: soprano, clarinet, bass clarinet.

    1991 (?) - Bimhuis Records (Netherlands), Bimhuis 001 (CD)

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050 - GUIDA NONESUCH ALLA MUSICA D'AVANGUARDIA: various artists

  This audio companion to Piero Scaruffi's book "Guida Alla Musica d'Avanguar-
  dia and New age" features Naked City (1,5), Steve Reich (2,10), Bill Frisell
  (3), Wayne Horvitz (4), Scott Johnson (6), Philip Glass (7), The President
  (8), John Zorn (9), Terry Riley interpreted by the Kronos Quartet (11),
  Christian Marclay (12).

    1/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                        (Naked City)             0:43
    2/ Electric Counterpoint, Fast              (Steve Reich)            6:54
    3/ Hard Plains Drifter                      (Bill Frisell)          13:18
    4/ 3 Questions                              (Wayne Horvitz)          2:36
    5/ A Shot In The Dark                       (Naked City)             3:13
    6/ John Somebody, Part 1                    (Scott Johnson)          5:22
    7/ New Cities In Ancient Lands, India       (Philip Glass)           4:43
    8/ Ride The Wide Streets                    (The President)          3:21
    9/ Spillane (excerpt)                       (John Zorn)              8:07
    10/ Music For Mallet Instruments (excerpt)  (Steve Reich)           16:48
    11/ Hal Wolf Dances Mad In Moonlight        (Terry Riley)            8:21
    12/ Black Stucco                            (Christian Marclay)      3:31

    1991 - Arcana Editrice (Italy), ARC A1 (book+CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (1,5).
  See BEFORE WE WERE BORN (1989) for further references on (3).
  See THIS NEW GENERATION (1987) for further references on (4).
  See BRING YR CAMERA (1989) for further references on (8).
  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references on (9).
  See IMAGINARY LANDSCAPES (1989) for further references on (12).

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051 - WIENER PRASENTIERT NONESUCH DIE MUSIK FUR EIN NEUES ZEITALTER: various
  artists

  This record Features Kronos Quartet/Aulis Sallinen (1), San Francisco
  Symphony/John Adams (2), Richard Goode/Ludwig Van Beethoven (3), Kronos
  Quartet/Steve Reich (4), John Zorn/John Barry (5), Akiko Yano/Takahaschi
  (6), London Symphony Orchestra /Steve Reich (7), Mieczyslaw Horszowski/
  Frederic Chopin (8), Kronos Quartet/John Zorn (9), World Saxophone Quartet/
  Duke Ellington (10), Michael Riesman/Philip Glass (11), Kronos Quartet/
  Samuel Barber (12), Bill Frisell (13).

  Christian Marclay plays on one track by John Zorn:

    9/ Forbidden Fruit                          (John Zorn)             10:19

    1991 - Elektra (Germany), 7559-79267-2 ZP (CD)

  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references on (9).

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052 - MANHATTAN CASCADE: Guy Klucevsek

  Guy Klucevsek interprets compositions by John Zorn, Anthony Coleman, Guy
  Klucevsek, John King, Lois V Vierk, Christian Marclay, Mary Ellen Childs,
  Rolf Groesbeck, Aaron Jay Kernis.

    1/ Road Runner                              (John Zorn)              5:23
    2/ Below 14th Street, Above 125th Street    (Anthony Coleman)        7:12
    3/ Samba D Hiccup                           (Guy Klucevsek)          5:24
    4/ An Air Of Gathering Pipers               (Guy Klucevsek)          7:02
    5/ All Together Now                         (John King)             11:43
    6/ Manhattan Cascade                        (Lois V Vierk)          20:00
    7/ Ping Pong Polka                          (Christian Marclay)      2:53
    8/ Oa Poa Polka                             (Mary Ellen Childs)      4:01
    9/ Polka 1                                  (Rolf Groesbeck)         3:49
    10/ Phantom Polka                           (Aaron Jay Kernis)       2:51

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in January-April 1991
    (1) recorded at Full House Productions, New York in January 1986
    (6) recorded at India Navigation, New York in February 1986
    (7) tape part recorded in January 1987

  Guy Klucevsek: free bass accordion; Christian Marclay (7): turntables.

    1992 - CRI (USA), CD 626 (CD)
    2007 - New World (USA), NWCR626 (CD)

  Note: (7-10) were written as part of POLKA FROM THE FRINGE, a collection of 
  over 30 polkas commissioned by Klucevsek.

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

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

  Christian Marclay plays on two tracks, one solo:

    2/ Untitled                                 (Marclay)                3:28

    Recorded live at The Roulette, New Work City on March 14, 1987

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

  and one with John Zorn:

    10/ Sebastopol                              (Zorn)                   6:02

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

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

    1992 - Einstein Records (USA), Einstein 001 (CD)

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054 - PIECES POUR STANDARDS ET REPONDEURS TELEPHONIQUES: various artists

  This record features Karl Biscuit, Jean-Baptiste Bruant/Maria Spangaro,
  Paul Lovens, Albert Marcoeur, Maurice Roche, Christian Marclay, Guigou
  Chenevier, Gérard Buquet, Sylvia Bossu, Bernard Perrot, Roland Hélié, Marc 
  Lauras, Association Notoire, Lê Quan Ninh, Heiner Goebbels, Marylène Negro,
  Eric Ferrand, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Nicolas Collins, Eric Maillet, Noritoshi
  Hirakawa, Kasper T. Toeplitz, Edmund Campion, Daunik Lazro, Jérôme 
  Noetinger, Lawrence Weiner, Paul De Marinis, Bertrand Lavier, Christian
  Boltanski, Guy Sapin, Jacques Rebotier.

    6/ Busy                                     (Marclay)                1:00

    Recorded in 1992

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1992 - Nouvelles Scènes, NS 01 (CD)

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055 - SELECTED SOUNDSCAPE NO.2: Telefonia

  Telefonia - an atlantic performance. The musicians were performing together
  linked by satellite, playing at Winterthur in Switzerland, at the Hall of
  Science in New York City and (in the 2nd part) also on the Saentis mountain
  in the Swiss alps.

    1/ Local Soundgarden        (NY)                                     4:15
    2/ Winterthur - Perspective (WI)                                     8:25
    3/ Interlude - New York     (NY)                                     6:25
    4/ Tele: NY-WI              (NY)                                     2:25
                                (WI)                                     2:00
                                (NY)                                    13:15
    5/ Local: New York          (NY)                                     8:40
    6/ Tele: NY-WI-SAEN         (WI)                                     2:55
                                (NY)                                     6:55
                                (WI)                                     3:15
                                (NY)                                     1:40
    7/ Interlude: New York      (NY)                                     1:35
    8/ Tele - Soundgarden       (WI)                                     1:55
                                (NY)                                     1:35

    Recorded live May 31 - June 2, 1991, Sulzer-Areal Winterthur, Hall of
    Science, New York; transmitted June 1-2 from Saentis mountain to
    Winterthur and New York

  Winterthur: Andreas Bosshard: cassettes, interactive electronics; Jin Hi
  Kim: komungo; Ron Kuivila: interactive electronics; Paul Lovens (1st part):
  drums; Bernard Mixon: voice; Phil Wachsmann: violin; Jacques Widmer (1st
  part): drums.
  New York: Terry Adkins: kora; David Gattiker: cello; Jon Laxdal: voice;
  Christian Marclay: turntables; Butch Morris: cornet; Günter Müller: drums,
  electronics.
  Saentis (2nd part): Paul Lovens: drums, singing saw; Jacques Widmer: drums..

    1994 - For 4 Ears (Switzerland), FOR 4 EARS CD 408 (CD)

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056 - DECONSTRUCT: various artists

  This record features Christian Marclay, Stock, Hausen & Walkman, Philipp 
  Jeck, Poss/Stenger, John Oswald, Bruce Gilbert.
 
    1/ Blast Mix                                (Marclay)                7:29

    1994 - Blast First/Disobey (UK), BFFP105CD (CD)

  Note: this is a limited edition of 500.

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057 - LIVE IMPROVISATIONS: Christian Marclay, Günter Müller

    1/ Piñata
    2/ Dea Ex Machina
    3/ Pfiff                                                             2:58
    4/ Sunny-Side Up                                                     1:19
    5/ Sore Eros                                                         3:40
    6/ Je Ne Vous Oublierai Jamais                                       1:03
    7/ The Ransom Note                                                   1:42
    8/ Dreh-Moment                                                       2:10
    9/ Love Gasoline                                                     1:54
    10/ Vitalium                                                         1:44
    11/ A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose ...                                   4:27
    12/ Rififi                                                           2:23
    13/ Arrivederci                                                      3:07

    (1,2,6,9,11) recorded at Festival Nouvelles Scenes, Dijon, France, October
    17, 1992
    (3,8) recorded at Mimi Festival Visionare Schweiz, Dusseldorf, Germany,
    June 26, 1992
    (4,5,7,10,12,13) recorded at Art 24'93, Basel, Switzerland, June 18, 1993

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Günter Müller: drums, electronics.

    1994 - For 4 Ears (Switzerland), CD513 (CD)

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058 - PLUNDERPHONIA & VOX: various artists

  This audio companion of the Canadian magazine MUSICWORKS features John
  Oswald, The Residents, Tibor Szemzo, Gary Barwin, Christian Marclay, Paul
  Rapoport, Philip Strong, Louis Andriessen.

    7/ Maria Callas                             (Marclay)                3:02

    1994 - Musicworks (Canada), 60 (CD)

  See MORE ENCORES (1989) for further references.

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059 - ESQUIZODELIA: Clonicos

  Christian Marclay; etc.

    1995 - Triquinoise Produciones (?), ??? (CD)

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060 - SUNK IN THE SUN: Jean Chaine

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

    Recorded at Northern Track Studio

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

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

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061 - TESTAMENT: A CONDUCTION COLLECTION: Lawrence "Butch" Morris

    1/ Conduction #11, Where Music Goes

    Recorded on December 18, 1988 at The Great American Music Hall, San
    Francisco, California

  Bruce Ackley: soprano; Dave Barrett: alto; Larry Ochs: sax; Jon Raskin:
  alto, baritone saxophone; Chris Brown: piano; JA Deane: trombone, electro-
  nics; Jon English: bass; Jon Jang: piano; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar;
  Blk lion: guitar, electronics; Kash Killion: cello; Kaila Flexer: violin;
  Hal Hughes: violin; Willy Winnant: percussion.

    2/ Conduction #15, Where Music Goes II

    Recorded on November 15 & 16, 1989 at the Whitney Museum of American Art,
    New York City

  Arthur Blythe: alto; Thurman Barker: vibes, percussion; Marion Brandis:
  flute, piccolo; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Curtis Clark: piano; JA Deane:
  trombone, live sampling; Janet Grice: bassoon; Bill Horvitz: electric gui-
  tar; Jason Hwang: violin; Taylor McLean: percussion; Jemeel Moondoc: flute;
  Zeena Parkins: harp; Brandon Ross: acoustic guitar.

    3/ Conduction #22, Documenta: Gloves & Mitts

    Recorded on June 14, 1992 at Documenta 9, Kassel, Germany

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion; JA Deane: trombone,
  live sampling; Martin Schütz: cello; Günter Müller: drums, electronics.

    4/ Conduction #23, Quinzaine de Montréal

    Recorded April 11, 1992 at The Spectrum, Montreal, Quebec

  Tristan Honsinger: cello; Martin Schütz: cello; Eric Longsworth: cello;
  Michelle Kinney: broom-cello; Ken Butler: broom-cello; Helmut Lipsky:
  violin; JA Deane: trombone, live sampling; Guillaume Dostaler: piano; Mike
  Milligan: bass; Pierre Dube: vibes.

    5/ Conduction #25, The Akbank Conduction
    6/ Conduction #26, Akbank II

    (5) recorded on October 16, 1992 in Istanbul, Turkey
    (6) recorded on October 17, 1992 in Istanbul, Turkey

  The Suleyman Erguner Ensemble: Hasan Esen: kemence; Mehmet Emin Bitmez: ud;
  Goksel Baktagir: kanun; Suleyman Erguner: ney; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion;
  Bryan Carrott: vibes; JA Deane: trombone, live sampling; Elizabeth Panzer:
  harp; Brandon Ross: acoustic guitar; Steve Colson: piano; Hugh Ragin: pocket
  trumpet;

    7/ Conduction #28, Cherry Blossom

    Recorded on March 28, 1993 at P3 Art and Environment, Tokyo, Japan

  Yukihiro Isso: nokan; Shonosuke Okura: ohtsuzumi; Makiko Sakurai: shomyo,
  music box; Michihiro Sato: tugaru syamisen; Kizan Daiyoshi: shakuhachi; Yuji
  Katsui: violin; Haruna Miyake: piano; Asuka Kaneko: voice; Shuichi Chino:
  computer; Koichi Makigami: voice; Yoshihide Otomo: turntables, CD player;
  Kazutoki Umezu: bass clarinet; Sachiko Nagata: percussion; Motoharu
  Yoshizawa: electric bass; Kazuo Oono: Butoh dance; Kouichi Tamano: Butoh
  dance.

    8/ Conduction #31

    Recorded on May 16, 1993 at the Angelica Festival of International Music,
    Bologna, Italy

  Dietmar Diesner: soprano; Peter Kowald: bass; Wolter Wierbos: trombone;
  Steve Beresford: piano; Hans Reichel: guitar; Tom Cora: cello; Han Bennink:
  drums; Catherine Jauniaux: voice; Ikue Mori: drum machines.

    9/ Conduction #35, American Connection 4
    10/ Conduction #36, American Connection 4

    (9) recorded on May 26, 1993 at Antwerp, Belgium
    (10) recorded on May 27, 1993 at Amsterdam, Holland

  The Maarten Altena Ensemble: Maarten Altena: bass; Michael Barker: recorder,
  blockflutes; Peter van Bergen: bass clarinet, tenor; Wiek Hijmans: guitar;
  Alison Isadora: violin; Jannie Pranger: voice; Michael Vatcher: drums;
  Wolter Wierbos: trombone; Michiel Scheen: piano.

    11/ Conduction #38, In Freud's Garden

    Recorded on December 11, 1993 at Muffathalle, Germany

  Myra Melford: piano; Zeena Parkins: harp; Bryan Carrott: vibes; Brandon
  Ross: acoustic guitar; JA Deane: trombone, live sampling; Motoharu
  Yoshizawa: electric bass; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion; Martin Schütz: cello;
  Tristan Honsinger: cello; Martine Altenburger: cello; Edgar Laubscher:
  electric viola; Hans Koch: clarinet, bass & contrabass clarinets, soprano,
  tenor.

    12/ Conduction #39
    13/ Conduction #40

    (12) recorded on November 11, 1993 at Threadwaxing Space, New York City
    (13) recorded on November 12, 1993 at Threadwaxing Space, New York City

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Elliott Sharp: dobro; Chris Cunningham: gui-
  tar; Gregor Kitzis: violin; Dana Friedli: violin; Jason Hwang: violin; Myra
  Melford: piano; Damon Ra Choice: vibes, percussion; Reggie Nicholson: vibes,
  percussion; Michelle Kinney: cello; Deidre L. Murray: cello; Elizabeth
  Panzer: harp; William Parker: bass; Mark Helias: bass; Fred Hopkins: bass.

    14/ Conduction #41, New World

    Recorded on February 4, 1994 at New World, Opperman Music Hall, Florida
    State University School of Music

  Jesse Canterbury: clarinet; Mimi Patterson: clarinet; Scott Deeter: sax;
  Philip Gelb: shakuhachi; Gregor Harvey: guitar; Ethan Schaffner: electric
  guitar; Elisabeth King: voice; Daniel Raney: trombone; David Tatro: trombo-
  ne; Michael Titlebaum: alto.

    15/ Conduction #50

    Recored on March 5, 1995 at P3 Art and Environment, Tokyo, Japan

  Asuka Kaneko: electric violin; Kim Dae Hwan: percussion; Haruna Miyake:
  piano; Shonosuke Okura: o-tuzumi; Hikaru Sawai: koto; Yumiko Tanaka: gidayu;
  Yoshihide Otomo: turntables; Michihiro Satoh: tugaru-syamisen; Tomomi
  Adachi: voice; Keizo Mizoiri: bass; Motoharu Yoshizawa: electric bass; Ayuo
  Takahashi: zheng.

    Produced by J.A. Deane and Butch Morris

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80478-2 (10xCD)

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062 - FILMWORKS III: John Zorn

  Thieves Quartet (1993), directed by Joe Chappelle
    1/ Main Title                               (Zorn)                   1:00
    2/ The Caper                                (Zorn)                   0:57
    3/ Cadence                                  (Zorn)                   0:15
    4/ Kidnapping                               (Zorn)                   2:15
    5/ Doubt                                    (Zorn)                   0:19
    6/ Nocturne 1                               (Zorn)                   0:26
    7/ Nocturne 2                               (Zorn)                   0:55
    8/ Bag Man                                  (Zorn)                   2:00
    9/ The Cop                                  (Zorn)                   0:27
    10/ Nocturne 3                              (Zorn)                   0:55
    11/ Juke Box                                (Zorn)                   2:45
    12/ End Titles                              (Zorn)                   4:28

    Recorded in New York City in July 1993

  John Zorn: alto, piano on (12); Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass;
  Joey Baron: drums; Robert Quine (11): guitar.

  Music For Tsunta (1988), directed by Kiriko Kubo
    13/ Music For Tsunta (nine cues)            (Zorn)                   3:31

    Recorded in New York City in February 1988

  Bill Frisell: guitar, banjo; Peter Scherer: keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp;
  Christian Marclay: turntables; David Hofstra: bass, tuba; Cyro Baptista:
  percussion, voice; Bobby Previte: drums, percussion.

  Hollywood Hotel (1994), directed by Mei-Juin Chen
    14/ Main Titles                             (Zorn)                   1:36
    15/ Washing Machine a                       (Zorn)                   0:26
    16/ Washing Machine b                       (Zorn)                   0:39
    17/ Night Hotel                             (Zorn)                   1:17
    18/ Japanese Tourists                       (Zorn)                   1:54
    19/ Night Hotel 2                           (Zorn)                   1:18
    20/ Objects                                 (Zorn)                   3:16
    21/ Night Hotel 3                           (Zorn)                   1:00
    22/ Rooftop Death Rattle                    (Zorn)                   0:59
    23/ Taiwan                                  (Zorn)                   3:48
    24/ End Titles                              (Zorn)                   1:50

    Recorded in New York City on April 21, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Marc Ribot: guitars.

  Music For Weiden And Kennedy (1990-1995)
    25/ Holland                                 (Zorn)                   0:16
    26/ Canada                                  (Zorn)                   0:31
    27/ France                                  (Zorn)                   0:16
    28/ Germany                                 (Zorn)                   0:33
    29/ Sweden                                  (Zorn)                   0:30
    30/ USA                                     (Zorn)                   0:28
    31/ Canada 2                                (Zorn)                   0:15
    32/ Sweden 2                                (Zorn)                   0:15
    33/ Italy                                   (Zorn)                   0:14
    34/ Great Lobby                             (Zorn)                   0:33
    35/ Wheelchair Races                        (Zorn)                   0:42
    36/ Logo                                    (Zorn)                   0:14
    37/ Secret Code                             (Zorn)                   0:34
    38/ Secret Code 2                           (Zorn)                   1:04
    39/ Don't Break                             (Zorn)                   0:40
    40/ Don't Break 2                           (Zorn)                   1:09
    41/ Footnotes                               (Zorn)                   0:35
    42/ Footnotes 2                             (Zorn)                   1:10
    43/ Retraction                              (Zorn)                   0:41
    44/ Retraction 2                            (Zorn)                   1:15
    45/ Protest                                 (Zorn)                   0:39
    46/ Protest 2                               (Zorn)                   1:13
    47/ Launch                                  (Zorn)                   0:42
    48/ Launch 2                                (Zorn)                   1:14
    49/ Elevator                                (Zorn)                   0:40
    50/ Elevator 2                              (Zorn)                   1:09
    51/ Fiance                                  (Zorn)                   0:39
    52/ Fiance 2                                (Zorn)                   1:13
    53/ Around the World                        (Zorn)                   1:06
    54/ Batman                                  (Zorn)                   0:32
    55/ Abstract Woman                          (Zorn)                   0:35
    56/ Mystic Woman                            (Zorn)                   0:39 

    (25-33) recorded in New York City in November 1990
    (34) recorded in New York City in March 1992
    (35,36) recorded in New York City on August 25, 1993
    (37-52) recorded in New York City on May 13, 1994
    (53) recorded in New York City on November 3, 1994
    (54-56) recorded in New York City on January 24, 1990

  Carol Emanuel: harp; Marc Ribot: banjo, guitar; Cyro Baptista: percussion;
  Kermit Driscoll: bass; Peter Scherer: keyboards; David Shea: samples; Arto
  Lindsay: guitar, voice; Bill Laswell: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines; Keith
  Underwood: flute; Jill Jaffee: viola; Miguel Frasconi: glass harmonica; 
  Robert Quine: guitar; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Anthony Coleman: organ, 
  keyboards; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Chris Wood: bass; Sim Cain:
  drums; Eric Friedlander: cello; John Zorn: alto.  

    1996 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-????? (CD)
    1996 - Evva (Japan), 33006 (CD)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7309 (CD)

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063 - VERONA JAZZ: various artists

  This record features Bill Dixon, Gerald Wilson, Andrew Hill, Ornette 
  Coleman, Stringjazz, John Zorn, Chico Hamilton, Don Byron, Adam Rudolph,
  Lawrence "Butch" Morris.

    6/ Poverty					(Morricone)		 4:14

    Recorded in Verona, Italy on June 27, 1988

  John Zorn: alto; Wayne Horvitz: piano, keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp; Fred
  Frith: guitar; Mark Dresser: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Cyro Baptista:
  percussion; Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1996 - Nettle (Italy), NTL 001 (CD)

  Note: this record is only available with the June (1996) issue of the 
  Italian magazine Musica Jazz.

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064 - TECHNO MIT STÖRUNGEN: Jon Rose

    All the tracks are untitled

    1/  								 5:21
    2/  								 0:32
    3/  								 2:14
    4/  								 0:58
    5/  								 1:52
    6/  								 2:05
    7/  								 3:09
    8/  								 3:27
    9/  								 1:50
    10/  								 0:41
    11/  								 1:37
    12/  								 1:30
    13/  								 0:58
    14/  								 2:22
    15/  								 1:00
    16/  								 1:20
    17/  								 1:48
    18/  								 1:56
    19/  								 1:40
    20/  								 0:23
    21/  								 1:00
    22/  								 1:56
    23/  								 4:25
    24/  								 0:47
    25/  								 1:20
    26/  								 1:05
    27/  								 1:17
    28/  								 2:27
    29/  								 2:40
    30/  								 1:18
    31/  								 1:16
    32/  								 3:20
    33/  								 1:30
    34/    								 1:59

    Project concept & directed by Jon Rose
    Recorded during the Music Unlimited festival at Alter Schlachthof Wels, 
    Austria on November 11, 1995

  Frank Schulte: drum machine, samples; Christian Marclay: turntables; Otomo 
  Yoshihide: turntables, samples, guitar; Connie Bauer: trombone; Jon Rose: 
  electric violin, direction; Phil Minton: voice; Lauren Newton: voice; Chris
  Culter: drums, low grade electronics; Peter Cusack: bousouki, interactive 
  birds; Iva Bittova: voice; Uli Gumpert: piano, electric organ; Rudi 
  Widerhofer: spoken voice; Fred Frith: acoustic & electric guitars; Sainkho 
  Namchylak: voice; Nicolas Collins: trombone propelled electronics; Evan 
  Parker: soprano; Marc Ribot: electric guitar; Peter Hollinger: drums. 
  Laboratio Di Musica & Imagine: Paolo Angeli: bass tuba, voice; Olivia 
  Bignardi: clarinet; Daniela Cattivelli: alto; Ferdinando D'Andria: trumpet; 
  Silivia Fanti: accordion; Filomena Forleao: piano; Pierangelo Galantino: 
  bass, voice; Salvatore Panu: trombone; Pino Ursu: percussion, voice; Stefano
  Zorzanello: soprano, flute.

    1996 - Plag Dich Nicht (Austria), 002 (CD)

  Note by Jon Rose: This record is an edited version of the piece TECHNO MIT
  STÖRUNGEN that took place on 11/11/95 as part of the festival "music unli-
  mited" at Alter Schlachthof Wels, Austria. The original piece lasted two and
  a half hours. The DAT used for this CD was recorded directly off the mixer,
  consequently there were some problems with the balance and sound on the tape 
  which would not have been audible in the concert space. So to compensate, 
  this document you are listening to now has been a little "produced" using 
  standard studio techniques... Hopefully it retains the spirit of the origi-
  nal performance.

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065 - UNTITLED: Christian Marclay

    1996 - Robert Shiffer Editions (?), ??? (7")

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066 - VALDUN VOICES OF RUMANTSCH: Corin Curschellas

    1/ Sontga Margriata (part one)  					 4:49
    2/ Violenza  							 6:13
    3/ Mias S-charpas    						 4:49
    4/ Meis Temp 							 5:51
    5/ Al Mar    							 7:37
    6/ Novitats  							 5:00
    7/ Femnas    							 6:27
    8/ Port'a mi 							 4:30
    9/ Selva Selva       						 3:59
    10/ Da not    							 2:08
    11/ Crisa     							 3:47
    12/ Sainza Son     		 					 1:39
    13/ Sontga Margriata (part two) 					 3:35

    Recorded in New York (?)
    Produced by Peter Scherer

  Corin Curschellas (5,7,8,11,12): voice; Marc Ribot (5,7,8,11): guitar; 
  Robert Quine (5,7,8,11): guitar; J. T. Lewis (5,7,8,11): drums; Peter 
  Scherer (5,7,11,12): sampler; Graham Haynes (7): trumpet; Damon Banks (7,8,
  11): bass; Cyro Baptista (8,11): percussion; Christian Marclay (11): turn-
  tables; Ikue Mori (11): drum machine.

    1997 - Migros Genossenschaftsbund (Switzerland), MGB CD 9701 (CD)

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067 - RECORDS: Christian Marclay

  Rare recordings from 1981-1989.

    1/ Dust Breeding (1982)                     (Marclay)                6:30
    2/ Jukebox Capriccio (1985)                 (Marclay)                3:05
    3/ Phonodrum (1981)                         (Marclay)                3:34
    4/ Smoker (1981)                            (Marclay)                3:37
    5/ Pandora's Box (1984)                     (Marclay)                2:50
    6/ Brown Rain (1982)                        (Marclay)                4:06
    7/ One Thousand Cycles (1981)               (Marclay)                1:50
    8/ 1930 (1985)                              (Marclay)                2:55
    9/ Second Coming (1982)                     (Marclay)                2:09
    10/ Craft (1983)                            (Marclay)                2:28
    11/ Night Music (1989)                      (Marclay)                3:36
    12/ Neutral (1984)                          (Marclay)                6:58
    13/ Black Stucco (1986)                     (Marclay)                3:05
    14/ His Master's Voice (1982)               (Marclay)                4:19
    15/ Groove (1982)                           (Marclay)                5:00

    (1,6,9) recorded at home in 1982
    (2) recorded at WBAI Radio, New York in 1985
    (3,7) recorded in 1981
    (4) recorded at home in 1981
    (5,12) recorded at Plug, New York in 1984
    (8) recorded probably at Harmonic Ranch, New York in 1985
    (10) recorded in 1983
    (11) recorded live on the air during the television show Night Music in 
    1989
    (13) recorded at the Artist-In-Residency Program of Real Art Ways, 
    Hartford (Connecticut) in July 1986
    (14) recorded live at the Kitchen during an evening titled His Master's
    Voice: The Art Of The Record Player in 1982
    (15) recorded at Noise, New York in March 1982

    1997 - Atavistic (USA), alp62cd (CD)

  See PLOW! (1985) for further references on (5).
  See ISLAND OF SANITY (1987) for further references on (8).
  See IMAGINARY LANDSCAPES (1989) for further references on (13).
  See USA/GERMANY TELLUS #8 (1985) for further references on (14).

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068 - THE BRIBE: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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069 - TIME STORIES: David Moss

  Chronicles:
    1/ Der Junge Mann                           (Moss/Schulte)           2:59
    2/ Hourglass Distance                       (Moss/Jauniaux)          2:59
    3/ Helden Tenors                            (Moss/Minton)            2:17
    4/ Specific Tongue                          (Moss/Makigami)          3:53
  Cliffhangers:
    5/ Light Fragment                           (Jauniaux/Moss)          1:08
    6/ Gothic Yarn                              (Minton/Moss)            1:12
    7/ Shadowmen                                (Makigami/Moss)          1:55
  Location Of Memory:
    8/ Nachtstueck                              (Goebbels/Moss)          6:49
    9/ Aha, Deja Vu, Wunderbar                  (Kuhn/Moss)              7:41
    10/ Daily Life                              (Schulte/Moss)           6:46
  Alternate Universe:
    11/ After Alzheimers                        (Moss/Makigami)          1:51
    12/ Allure & Intrigue                       (Moss/Jauniaux)          1:07
    13/ 16 Abstract Tons                        (Moss/Minton)            1:48
  The Plot Thickens:
    14/ The Pioneer Of Sleep                    (Makigami/Moss)          5:59
    15/ Saturday Morning                        (Schulte/Moss)           3:26
    16/ Groan Men                               (Minton/Moss)            1:41
    17/ Kalimba Loop                            (Jauniaux/Moss)          4:30
  Fables:
    18/ Good Time In The Future                 (Moss/Makigami)          2:09
    19/ Right Time, Wrong Place                 (Moss/Minton)            0:28
    20/ Luminous Bubble                         (Moss/Jauniaux)          1:32
  Possible Endings:
    21/ Out Of Time                             (Kuhn/Moss)              1:18
    22/ Novel Manners                           (Marclay/Moss)           2:23

    Music recorded at Rote Fabrik, Zürich on October 23 & 25, 1997
    (22) recorded live at Kunsthaus, Zürich on October 26, 1997

  David Moss: drums, voice, percussion, electronics; Heiner Goebbels (8): 
  piano, keyboards, sampler; Catherine Jauniaux (2,5,12,17,20): voice; Hans 
  Peter Kuhn (9,21): sound artist; Koichi Makigami (4,7,11,14,18): voice, 
  mouth harp, conch shells, paper; Christian Marclay (22): turntables, LPs; 
  Phil Minton (3,6,13,16,19): voice; Frank Schulte (1,10,15): turntables, LPs.

    1998 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt CD 054/1998 (CD)

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070 - MAKE IT FUNKY: CROSSOVER ZWISCHEN MUSIK, POP, AVANTGARDE UND KUNST:
  various artists

  This audio companion to MAKE IT FUNKY: CROSSOVER ZWISCHEN MUSIK, POP, AVANT-
  GARDE UND KUNST, a book edited by Ulrike Groos and Markus Muller, features
  Mo, John Cage, Martin Kippenberger, Christian Marclay, Destroy all Monsters,
  Sun Ra, Acid Brass (KLF), Panasonic, Und, Jailhouse, The Red Krayola, Noton
  (Carsten Nicolai), Cowws Quintett, CM von Hausswolff, The Boredoms, Owada.

    ?/ ???                                      (Christian Marclay)

    1998 - Oktagon (Germany), ??? (book+CD)

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071 - TURNTABLE SOLOS: various artists

  This record features Christian Marclay (1), Crawling with Tarts (2), Erik M
  (3), Extasis (4), Frank Schulte (5), George Budd (6), L?K?O (7), Martin
  Tétreault (8), Massimo Simonini (9,10), Merzbow (11), Mood Man (12), Otomo
  Yoshihide (13), PNF (14,15), Rik Rue (16), Takeshi Fumimoto (17), Tsunoda
  Tsuguto (18).

    1/ Don't Stop Now                           (Christian Marclay)      2:15

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch, New York in 1998

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1999 - Amoebic/Valve (Japan), AMO-VA-01 (CD)

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072 - CROSSINGS - KUNST ZUM HOREN UND SEHEN: various artists

  This record features Ned Sublette & Lawrence Weiner (1), Angus Fairhurst
  (2), Owada (3), Franz Graf (4), Hotel Morphila Orchester (5,17), Destroy All
  Monsters (6), Arto Lindsay (7,15,19), Gerwald Rockenschaub (8), Big Bottom
  (9), Mario Airo (10), Stephen Prina (11), Gobbler (12), Titankatzen (13), DJ
  Spooky (14), Jochen Gerz (16), Russell Haswell (18), Carl Michael von
  Hausswolff (20), Christian Marclay (21).

    21/ Quid Pro Quo                            (Christian Marclay)      1:32

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1999 - Kunsthalle Wien Am Karlsplatz Treitlstrasse (Germany), 2 A-1040
      Wien (book+CD)

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073 - GODARD/SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:37

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in August-September 1985

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste, harpsichord; Carol Emanuel: harp;
  Bill Frisell: guitars, banjo; Christian Marclay: turntables; Bobby Previte:
  drums, percussion; David Weinstein: sampling keyboards; John Zorn: reeds,
  French narration; Luli Shioi: voice, Japanese narration; Richard Foreman:
  English narration.

    2/ Spillane                                 (Zorn)                  25:12

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

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

    3/ Blues Noel                               (Zorn)                   5:51

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

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

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7324 (CD)    

  Note: on the original pressing of SPILLANE, Arto Lindsay was credited for
  the text; Arto Lindsay is not mentioned at all on this new release...

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074 - UNTITLED: Christian Marclay, Otomo Yoshihide

  Split 7" with Christian Marclay on one side, Otomo Yoshihide on the other.

    1/ Don't Stop Now                           (Christian Marclay)      2:14

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch, New York in 1998

  Christian Marclay: turnables.

    2/ If 6 Was 0                               (Otomo Yoshihide)        3:24

    Recorded at A-102 Studio, Tokyo in 1999

  Otomo Yoshihide.

    1999 - Gentle Giant Records (USA), GG024 (7")

  Note: limited edition of 500.

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075 - GOODBYE 20TH CENTURY: Sonic Youth

  Disc 1:
    1/ Edges                                    (Christian Wolf)        16:02
    2/ Six (3rd take)                           (John Cage)              3:01
    3/ Six For New Time                         (Pauline Oliveros)       8:08
    4/ +-                                       (Takehisa Kosugi)        7:02
    5/ Voice Piece For Soprano                  (Yoko Ono)               0:12
    6/ Pendulum Music                           (Steve Reich)            5:56
  Disc 2:
    7/ Having Never Written A Note For Percussion
                                                (James Tenney)           9:04
    8/ Six (4th take)                           (John Cage)              3:02
    9/ Burdocks                                 (Christian Wolff)       13:16
    10/ Four6                                   (John Cage)             30:20
    11/ Piano Piece #13 (Carpenter's Piece)     (George Maciunas)        3:49
    12/ Piece Enfantine                         (Nicolas Slonimsky)      2:21
    13/ Treatise (page 183)                     (Cornelius Cardew)       3:29

    Recorded in New York City in March-August 1999
    Produced by Sonic Youth with William Winant and Jim O'Rourke

  Kim Gordon (1,3,4,6,7,9,11,13); Lee Ranaldo (1-4,6-13); Steve Shelley (1-4,
  6-11,13); Thurston Moore (1-4,6-11,13); William Winant (1-4,7-10,13); Jim
  O'Rourke (1-4,7-10,13); Takehisa Kosugi (1,2,4,7-10,13); Christian Wolff (1,
  9); Christian Marclay (9); Coco Hayley Gordon Moore (5); Wharton Tiers (?).

    1999 - SYR (USA), SYR 4 LP (2xLP)
    1999 - SYR (USA), SYR 4 CD (2xCD)

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076 - THE FRENCH DIPLOMAT'S OFFICE: Barbara Bloom, Christian Marclay

    1-18/ untitled tracks

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch, New York
    Produced by Peter Blum

    1999 - Blumarts (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: this limited edition record (250 copies) was produced on the occasion
  of the exhibition by Barbara Bloom at Peter Blum Gallery, New York, March-
  April 1999.

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077 - SONIC BOOM: THE ART OF SOUND: various artists

  The catalog of the exhibition SONIC BOOM: THE ART OF SOUND is accompanied by
  a 2xCD set featuring ...

    ?/ Guitar Drag                              (Christian Marclay)      4:00

    2000 - Hayward Gallery Publishing (UK), no catalog number (catalogue+2xCD)

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078 - BOUQUET: William Hooker, Christian Marclay, Lee Ranaldo

    1/ Intro                                                             0:27
    2/ Part 1                                                            8:33
    3/ Part 2                                                            5:41
    4/ Part 3                                                            6:30
    5/ Part 4                                                            6:48
    6/ Part 5                                                            9:44
    7/ Part 6                                                            9:46
    8/ Part 7                                                            6:23

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory on April 24, 1999

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Lee Ranaldo: guitar, small devices, bells;
  William Hooker: traps.

    2000 - Knitting Factory (USA), KFW-264 (CD)

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079 - HIGH NOON: Christian Marclay, Elliott Sharp

    1/ Blinding Shadow                                                   4:18
    2/ Wait                                                              5:32
    3/ Ghost Town                                                        9:02
    4/ Tin Stars                                                         4:48
    5/ Deadeye                                                           5:13
    6/ I'll Come Out... Let Her Go!                                      5:56
    7/ So Short So Long                                                  7:09
    8/ The Noon Train                                                    3:50

    Recorded at Studio zOaR, New York City in July 1999
    Produced by Intakt Records

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Elliott Sharp: guitars, computer processing.

    2000 - Intakt (Switzerland), 63 (CD)
    2012 - Intakt (Switzerland), 63 (CD)

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080 - MOVING PARTS: Christian Marclay, Otomo Yoshihide

    1/ Sliced And Diced                                                  3:57
    2/ Derailment                                                        7:05
    3/ Deep Down Under                                                   4:02
    4/ Elephant Memories                                                 3:12
    5/ Blood Eddy                                                        4:03
    6/ Suburbia                                                          3:15
    7/ Hyoushi                                                           4:14
    8/ Fanfare                                                           3:46
    9/ Lucky Seven                                                       2:49
    10/ Distant Trip                                                     9:04
    11/ untitled

  Christian Marclay; Otomo Yoshihide.

    2000 - Asphodel (USA), 2001 (CD)

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081 - THE WIRE TAPPER 6 SPECIAL EDITION: various artists

  This 2xCD audio companion to the October 2000 issue of THE WIRE features The
  Fall (1), Flanger (2), Susumu Yokota (3), Ran Blake (4), Christian Marclay &
  Otomo Yoshihide (5), Sensational (6), General Magic (7), Pan Sonic (8), Jan
  Jelinek (9), Poire_Z (10), Him (11), David Grubbs (12), Trio Hurricane + 1
  (13), Angus MacLise (14), Glass Cage (15), Nurse with Wound (16), Faust
  (17), John Fahey (18), Nils Okland (19), Coil (20), Janek Schaeffer (21),
  Current 93 (22), Djivan Gasparyan (23), Peanut Butter Wolf (24), I-Sound
  (25), Bit Tonic & Si-{cut}.db (26), C-Schulz & Hajsch (27), Tom Recchion
  (28), Pluramon (29), Hermann Nitsch (30).

    5/ Hyoushi                                  (Marclay, Yoshihide)

  Christian Marclay; Otomo Yoshihide.

    2000 - The Wire (UK), Tapper 6 (magazine+2xCD)

  See MOVING PARTS (2000) for further references on (5).

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082 - BECAUSE TOMORROW COMES #2: various artists

  This audio magazine features Manos Tsangaris (2), Charlemagne Palestine (3),
  Kristin Oppenheim (5), Hans Peter Kuhn (6), Carsten Nicolai (8), Christian
  Marclay (9), Christina Kubisch (10), Jeff Perkins (12); tracks (1,4,7,11)
  are by unknown artists.

    9/ Train Study                              (Christian Marclay)      5:15

    2000 - Because Tomorrow Comes (Germany), BTC 02 (CD)

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083 - FUCK SHIT UP: Christian Marclay, Thurston Moore, Lee Ranaldo

  Christian Marclay; Thurston Moore; Lee Ranaldo.

    2000 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), 071 (CD)

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084 - ANTENA KRZYKU VS. RADAR KRZYKU: various artists

  This audio companion to the Polish magazine ANTENA KRZYKU features Glenn
  Branca (1), Teenage Jesus & The Jerks (2), Mars (3), MX 80 (4), God Is My
  Co-pilot (5), The Scissor Girls (6), Lydia Lunch & Rowland S. Howard (7),
  The Wharton Tiers Ensemble (8), Magical Power Mako (9), Elliott Sharp/Carbon
  (10), Christian Marclay (11), John Corbett & Heavy Friends (12), The 
  Vandermark 5 (13), Tricolor (14), Boxhead Ensemble (15).

    11/ Jukebox Capriccio                       (Christian Marclay)

    2000 - Antena Krzyku/Atavistic (Poland), 2/2000 AK (magazine+CD)

  See RECORDS (1997) for further references on (11). 
  
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085 - KRYDSFELT - NORPOL: various artists

  This record features Opiate (1), Fuzzy (4) & b9 (2), Christian Marclay (3),
  H. Hansen (4), Jacob Kirkegaard (5), Runar Magnusson (6), Biosphere (7).

    3/ Msic Anasys                              (Christian Marclay)

    2000 - Resonance.dk (Denmark), RCD03 (CD)

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086 - RECORD PLAYER: Christian Marclay

    1/ Record Player 				(Christian Marclay)	42:00

    (a) recorded live at Tonic, New York City in May 1999
    (b) recorded live in Victoriaville, Quebec in May 1999 
    (c) recorded live at IRCAM, Paris in May 1999
    (d) recorded live at Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris in  February 2000

  Christian Marclay: turntables; DJ Soulslinger (a): turntables; Elliott Sharp
  (a): guitar, clarinet; Lee Ranaldo (b): guitar; Thurston Moore (b): guitar;
  DJ Olive (d): turntables; Erik M (d): turntables. 

    2000 - Intermezzo Films (Switzerland), none (DVD)

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087 - ACOUSTIPHOBIA VOLUME 1: various artists

  Disc 1:
    1/ Boston One                                                        8:22
    2/ Boston Two                                                       17:39
    3/ Boston Three                                                      7:31
    4/ Boston Four                                                      19:21

    Recorded live at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on January
    31, 2000
    Produced by Elliott Sharp

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Ikue Mori: drum machines, electronics;
  Elliott Sharp: 8-string guitarbass, soprano, Powerbook, electronics.

    2001 - Sublingual Records (USA), SLR009/010 (2xCD)

  Note: Christian Marclay, Ikue Mori, and Elliott Sharp do not play on Disc 2.

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088 - STATE OF THE UNION 2.001: various artists

  This 3xCD features Adriana Sa (1), Alfred Harth (2), Alan Licht (3), Allen
  Kaat (4), Alma Carey-Zuniga (5), Alvin Curran (6), Angela Babin/Lori Bingel
  (7), Annie Gosfield (8), Atau Tanaka (9), Becca Schack (10), Ben Boone/James
  Miley (11), Ben Rubin+Mark Hansen (12), Benjamin Chadabe (13), Black Sifichi
  (14), Blaise Siwula (15), Blake Hargreaves and Liam Thurston (16), Bob 
  Holman (17), Bruce Bennett (18), Carl Stone (19), C.D. (20), Charles K. 
  Noyes (21), Chop Shop (22), Chris Haskett (23), Chris Mann (24), Christian
  Marclay (25), Chris Rael (26), Chris Vine (27), Cook & Swenson (28), Dael 
  Orlandersmith (29), D'Divaz (30), Dafna Naphtali (31), Daniel Matej (32),
  Dave Soldier/Richard Lair (33), David First (34), David Fulton (35), David
  Gans (36), David Greenberger (37), David Taylor (38), David Watson (39), 
  Deaf Mute (41), Doug Henderson (42), Donald Knaack (43), Don Ritter (44),
  Dorgon (45), Duck Baker (46), Elio Martusciello (47), Emily XYZ/Virgil 
  Moorefield (48), Eric Mingus (49), Eric Rosenzveig (50), Eric Shanfield 
  (51), Eszter Balint (52), Eyeball 9000 (53), FemNoir (54), Figure (55), 
  Foetus (56), Frank Rothkamm (57), Fred Frith (58), Freight Elevator Quartet
  (59), GenKen Montgomery (60), Gert Jan Prins (61), Hans Tammen (62), Harriet
  Tubman (63), Harry Smith (64), Henry Kaiser (65), i.d. (66), Ikue Mori (67),
  Jack Womack (68), Jacob Burckhardt (69), Jad Fair (70), Jean Marc Montera 
  (71), Jeffrey Ford (72), Jenn Reeves (73), Joel Chadabe (74), Joey Baron 
  (75), John Duncan (76), John Hudak (77), Johnny Reinhard (78), Jonathan 
  Bepler (79), Jon Rose (80), Jorge Mancini/Andrea Fasani (81), Judy Nylon/
  Brian Foster (82), Kasper Toeplitz (83), Katie O'Looney (84), Kato Hideki
  (85), Kazuhisa Uchihashi (86), Keisuke Oki (87), Koji Asano (88), Lauren 
  Weinger (89), Leon Gruenbaum (90), Lloop (91), Lo Galluccio (92), Loren 
  Mazzacane Connors (93), Love Todd (94), Lost Satellites (95), Luca 
  Formentini (96), Luciano Margorani (97), Ligeti/Ritchford (98), Manu Sauvage
  (99), Marc Behrens (100), Marc C. (101), Marc Ribot (102), Marek Piacek 
  (103), Marianne Nowottny (104), Marie Goyette (105), Mark Dagley (106), Mark
  Howell/Tom Hamilton (107), Mark Trayle (108), Martha Mooke (109), Matt 
  Rogalsky (110), Matthew Shipp (111), Merry Fortune w/FAT (112), Merzbow 
  (113), Michael J. Schumacher (114), Mike Cooper/Max Nagl (115), Misha Feigin
  & Steve Good (116), Murat Nehmet-Nejat (117), Ned Rothenberg (118), Nicolas
  Collins (119), Nicolas Dias (120), Nicolas Mazet (121), Norman Yamada (122),
  blaat (123), Oblique (124), Office Products (125), Ori Kaplan/Geoff Mann
  (126), PAK (127), Particle Data Group (128), Pete Missing (129), Phill 
  Niblock (130), Phillip Johnston (131), Piero Chianura (132), Public Works 
  (133), QPE (134), Queen Esther (135), Raging Peasants (136), ReproRappers
  (137), Roberto Zorzi (138), Roger Kleier (139), Satoko Fuji (140), 
  Saturnalia (141), D.J. Spazecrafte One (142), Stefan Poetzsch (143), Stefano
  Bassanese (144), Stephen Pope (145), Stephen Vitiello (146), Steve 
  Dalachinsky (147), Steve Goldberger (148), Steve Piccolo (149), Tape Beatles
  (150), Ted Reichman (151), Telectu (152), The Fitzbergs (153), Thomas 
  Dimuzio (154), Tom Devaney (155), Tony Daniel (156), Toni Dove with Paul 
  Geluso (157), Tracie Morris (158), Ut Gret (159), Viv Corringham/Gareth 
  Williams (160), Vivian Sisters (161), Voice Crack (162), Wanda Phipps (163),
  WE (164), Wendy Atlas Oxenhor (165), White Out (166), Zammuto (167), Zeena
  Parkins (168), Z'ev (169), Zbigniew Karkowski (170), Zoot Horn Rollo (171).

    25/ Free Jazz Shrunk                        (Christian Marclay)	 0:59

    2001 - Electronic Music Foundation (USA), EMF CD 028 (3xCD)

  Note: this 3xCD set is produced by Elliott Sharp.

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089 - A BOX FULL OF GHOSTS: various artists

  This boxed set contains three split 7" records by TV Pow/liminal, Kazumoto
  Endo/Incapacitants, and Christian Marclay/Otomo Yoshihide, as well as a
  CD-ROM featuring videos from Flexible Products, liminal, TV Pow, Melt-
  Banana, Otomo Yoshihide, and Xome.

    2001 - Gentle Giant (USA), ??? (3x7" + CD-ROM)

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090 - TELLUSTOOLS: various artists

  This 2xLP features Nicolas Collins (1), Louise Lawler (2), Isaac Jackson 
  (3), Kiki Smith (4), Alan Tomlinson and Kahondo Style (5), Joe Jones (6), 
  Christian Marclay (7), Alison Knowles (8), Ken Montgomery (9), Catherine
  Jauniaux/Ikue Mori (10), David Linton (11), Gregory Whitehead (12), The 
  League of Automatic Composers (13), Maurice Lemaître (14), Jerry Lindhal
  (15), Tim Schellenbaum (16), Jack Goldstein (17).
 
    7/ Groove					(Christian Marclay)	 5:06

  Christian Marclay (7): phonograph and recycled records.

    2001 - Tellus (USA), TE-LP01 (2xLP)

  Note: this 2xLP set (both LPs have exactly the same content to allow "crea-
  tive mixing on 2 turntables") is limited to 500 copies and its gatefold 
  cover is designed by Christian Marclay.

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091 - POIRE_Z +: Poire_z +

    1/ Bottle_bow                                                       25:46
    2/ Kick-off_knock                                                   13:24
    3/ Cable-stiched_calypso                                            18:40

    (1) recorded at Tonic, New York City on May 14, 2001
    (2) recorded in Poitiers, France on  October 26, 2000
    (3) recorded at Tonic, New York City on May 15, 2001

  Günter Müller: minidiscs, selected percussion, electronics; Andy Guhl:
  cracked everyday electronics; Norbert Mosland: cracked everyday electronics;
  Erik M: minidiscs, sampler, fx; Otomo Yoshihide (1): turntables, electro-
  nics; Sachiko M (2): sinewaves; Christian Marclay (3): turntables.

    2002 - Erstwhile (USA), 022 (CD)

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092 - CHRIS MANN AND THE USE: Chris Mann

    1/ Or, Yellow                               (Chris Mann)            23:00
    2/ Virtuoso Thinking For Several Invited Words
                                                (Chris Mann)            20:09
    3/ Humility - On Eating Your Words          (Chris Mann)            22:11

  Chris Mann; Christine Bard (1); Anthony Coleman (1); Christian Marclay (1);
  Mark Stewart (1); David Watson (1); Jim Pugliese (3).

    2002 - Lovely Music (USA), LCD 3091 (CD)

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093 - 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).

    25/ Jukebox Capriccio                       (Christian Marclay)      3:11

    Recorded in New York City in 1985

    2002 - Mute (UK), CDStumm220 (3xCD)

  See RECORDS (1997) for further references on (25).

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094 - SOUNDWORKS: WHITNEY BIENNIAL 2002: various artists

  This record features Maryanne Amacher (1), Meredith Monk (2), Stephen
  Vitiello (3), Maria Rosenfeld (4), Tracie Morris (5), Gregor Asch (6),
  Janine Gordon (7), Gogol Bordello (8), Miranda July (9), Archive (10),
  Richard Charter (11), Christian Marclay (12), Destroy All Monsters (13).

    2002 - Whitney/Abrams (USA), ??? (catalog+CD)

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095 - CCMC + CHRISTIAN MARCLAY: CCMC, Christian Marclay

  Disc 1: TORONTO
    1/ Toronto One                              (MS,JO,PD,CM)           35:48
    2/ Toronto Two                              (MS,JO,PD,CM)           40:30
  Disc 2: NEW YORK
    3/ New York One New York                    (MS,JO,PD,CM)           44:28

    (1,2) recorded at the Rivoli, Toronto on December 5, 2000
    (3) recorded during The No Music Festival at Tonic, New York on October
    11, 2001
    Produced by Tim Glasgow

  Michael Snow: Fender Rhodes piano, CAT synthesizer; Christian Marclay:
  turntables; John Oswald: alto; Paul Dutton: voice, harmonica.

    2002 - Non Musica Rex/Art Metropole (Canada), NMRx0003/ART MET CD004 (2x
    CD)

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096 - PLAY COMPOSITION 11: Christian Marclay

    2003 - Phonomena (?), ??? (CD)

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097 - GRAFFITI COMPOSITION: Christian Marclay

    2003 - Dog w/a Bone Productions (USA), ??? (book?)

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098 - THE ART BOX: Art Bears

  Disc 1: HOPES AND FEARS
    1/ On Suicide 				(Brecht, Eisler)  	 1:27
    2/ The Dividing Line 			(Cutler, Frith, Cooper)  4:11
    3/ Joan 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 3:06
    4/ Maze 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 5:06
    5/ In Two Minds  				(Cutler, Frith)  	 8:58
    6/ Terrain 					(Frith)  		 3:49
    7/ The Tube 				(Cutler, Frith)  	 3:05
    8/ The Dance 				(Cutler, Frith)  	 5:09
    9/ The Pirate Song 				(Cutler, Hodgkinson)  	 1:28
    10/ Labyrinth 				(Cutler, Hodgkinson)  	 2:15
    11/ Riddle 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 2:49
    12/ Moeris Dancing 				(Frith)  		 5:15
    13/ Piers 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 2:12
  Disc 2: WINTER SONGS
    14/ The Bath Of Stars  			(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:45
    15/ First Things First 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:50
    16/ Gold 					(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:41
    17/ The Summer Wheel 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:47
    18/ The Slave 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:38
    19/ The Hermit 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:59
    20/ Rats & Monkeys 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:24
    21/ The Skeleton 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:11
    22/ The Winter Wheel 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:06
    23/ Man & Boy 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:21
    24/ Winter/War 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:05
    25/ Force 					(Cutler, Frith) 	 0:54
    26/ Three Figures 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:51
    27/ Three Wheels 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:35
  Disc 3: THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY
    28/ The Song Of Investment Capital Overseas (Cutler, Frith) 	 2:38
    29/ TRUTH  					(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:56
    30/ FREEDOM/ 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:25
    31/ (armed) PEACE 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:30
    32/ CIVILISATION 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:52
    33/ DEMOCRACY 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:22
    34/ The Song Of The Martyrs 		(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:09
    35/ LAW 					(Cutler, Frith) 	 0:51
    36/ The Song Of The Monopolists 		(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:48
    37/ The Song Of The Dignity Of Labour Under Capital
						(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:27
    38/ ALBION, AWAKE!  			(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:08

  The 4th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by Jon
  Rose (39), Ossatura (40), Otomo Yoshihide/Ground Zero (41), Massimo Simonini
  (42), When/Lars Pedersen (43), Warrick Swinney/Kalahari Surfers/DJ Ballard
  (44), John Oswald (45), Chris Cutler (46), Roberto Musci/Giovanni Venosta/
  Massimo Mariani (47), The Residents (48), Yasushi Utsunomiya (49), Herb 
  Heinz (50), Martin Archer (51), John Leidecker/Wobbly (52), Fred Frith (53),
  Jocelyn Robert (54), and two Art Bears tracks (55,56).

  Disc 4: ART BEARS REVISITED Disc 1
    39/ The Violin In Winter                    			 3:49
    40/ Tranne Lacrimae (Bar Tears)  		                   	 4:12
    41/ On Suicide  				                	 5:49
    42/ Artico & Baci  				                  	 3:37
    43/ The Tube  				                   	 2:44 
    44/ Rats And Monkeys Remix  		          		 3:15
    45/ Time/Bye  							 5:01
    46/ Three Bears Room  						 4:49
    47/ The World As It Hopes In Winter 				 3:55
    48/ The Bath Of Stars/The Skeleton 					 4:51
    49/ Tokusa-No-Kandakara (91 Pieces Of 'C') 				 3:02
    50/ The Skeleton  							 2:59
    51/ Long Winter  							 5:03
    52/ Winter/War/Force  						 4:09
    53/ Everything Again  						 4:14
    54/ Coquelicot  							 7:17
    55/ Collapse 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:51
    56/ All Hail 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:08

  The 5th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by 
  Roger Kleier (57), Bob Drake (58,63), Andrea Rocca (59), Vitor Rua (60), 
  Brian Woodbury (61), Chris Cutler (62), Stevan Tickmayer (64), Anne Gosfield
  (65-67), Biota (68-71), Thomas Dimuzio (72) and Christian Marclay (73), and
  an unreleased Art Bears track (74).

  Disc 5: ART BEARS REVISITED Disc 2
    57/ Armed Peace Remix  						 2:36
    58/ Song Of The Monopolists  					 1:16
    59/ The Three Wheels Remix  					 2:45
    60/ Gold  								 1:27
    61/ The Fourth Wheel  						 4:10
    62/ The Three Figures  						 1:06
    63/ First Things First : The Mix That Should Not Be 		 2:56
    64/ Monopolists Democracy  						 4:24
    65/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 1) 			 1:35
    66/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 2) 			 1:35
    67/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 3) 			 1:37
    68/ The Summer Mix (Part 1)  					 4:08
    69/ The Summer Mix (Part 2)  					 2:47
    70/ The Summer Mix (Part 3)  					 4:10
    71/ The Summer Mix (Part 3)  					 3:09
    72/ Democracy Remix  						 4:26
    73/ Some Truth  							 4:51
    74/ Carved In Stone (Rebirth) 		(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:46

  The 6th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by 
  Bob Drake (75), John Oswald (77), Biota (82), Fred Frith (83), Yasushi 
  Utsunomiya (84), a cover of an Art Bears track by Duck And Cover (76), and
  five live Art Bears tracks (78-81,85).

  Disc 6: FREE BOX CD
    75/ And The Comedy Bears  						 0:42
    76/ The Song Of Investment Capital Overseas 			 3:42
    77/ Summer/Freedom  						 2:48
    78/ The Riddle 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:21
    79/ First Things First 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:55
    80/ March From The Dance 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:05
    81/ The Hermit 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:47
    82/ The Winter Mix  						 4:35
    83/ Wheels  							 3:12
    84/ Tokusa-No-Kandakara II  					 3:37
    85/ Coda To Man And Boy 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 7:17

    (1-5,9-12) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on January 15-29, 1978
    (6-8,13) recorded at Kaleidophon Studios, London on March 15-18, 1978
    (14-27) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on November 22-December 5,
    1978
    (28-38) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on August 24-September 4,
    1980
    (39) recorded in Summer 1998
    (40) recorded live at Roma in 1979 (Art Bears tracks), live at Bourges in
    May 1998, in 1997 and at Roma in December 1998 (Ossatura reworkings)
    (41) recorded at GOK Sound, Tokyo on November 10, 1998
    (42) recorded at home in January 2000
    (43) recorded at M.O.R.I.A., Oslo in February 1999
    (44) recorded in March 1999
    (45, 77?) recorded in March 1999
    (46) recorded in January 1996
    (47) recorded at Loa Studios and Fx Studio, Milano in January 2000
    (48) recorded in January 2000
    (49) recorded at Studio Nirvana in 2000
    (50) recorded at IS Productions, Oakland, California in July 2000
    (51) recorded at Telecottage & Sound Kitchen Studios, Sheffield in Summer
    2000
    (52) recorded in August 2000
    (53,83) recorded at Tonstudio Jankowski, Stuutgart on July 13, 2000
    (54) recorded at CannedGods Mobile in September 2000
    (55-56) recorded at Kaleidophon in Winter 1979
    (57) recorded on January 22, 2003
    (58,63,75) recorded at Studio Midi-Pyrenees in Summer 2003
    (59) recorded at Roma in Summer 2003
    (60) recorded at Telectu's Studio, Lisboa (Portugal) in September 2003
    (61) recorded at The Rusty Scupper, Los Angeles in August 2003
    (62) recorded at Studio Midi-Pyrenees in September 2003
    (64) recorded in Stevan Tickmayer's work room in April 2003
    (65-67) recorded at the Djerassi Artist's Residency Program, Woodside
    (California) in Autumn 2002
    (68-71) recorded at Dys Studio, Bellvue, Colorado in Spring/Summer 2001 
    and Fall/Winter 2002/2003 and edited in January 2003 at Eye In The Sky, 
    Laporte, Colorado
    (72) recorded in August 2003
    (73) recorded at Noise Media, Brooklyn in Summer 2003
    (74) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland in November/December 1978, at
    Tonstudio Jankowski, Stuttgart on July 13, 2000 and at Studio Midi-
    Pyrenees on June 29, 2003
    (76) recorded live at the Brecht Ensemble, East Berlin on February 16, 
    1984
    (78-81) recorded live probably at Charleville, France on April 16, 1979
    (82) recorded at Dys Studio, Bellvue (Colorado) and edited in October 2003
    at Eye In The Sky, Laporte, Colorado
    (84) recorded at Studio Nirvana in August 2001-March 2002
    (85) recorded live at Cantu, Italy on May 30, 1979

  Dagmar Krause; voice; Fred Frith: guitars, violin, viola, piano, harmonium,
  xylophone, bass, keyboards; Chris Cutler: drums, electrified drums, electric
  drums, percussion, tambourine; Georgie Born (1-5,9-12): bass, cello, voice;
  Lindsay Cooper(1-6,8-12): bassoon, oboe, soprano, recorders; Tim Hodgkinson
  (1-5,9-12): organ, clarinet, piano; Jon Rose (39): violin, piano; Elio 
  Martusciello (40); Maurizio Martusciello (40); Fabrizio Spera (40): drums;
  Luca Venitucci (40); Sachiko M (41): sine-wave sampling; Eto Naoko (41): 
  prepared piano; Kikuchi Naruyoshi (41): tenor; Yasushi Utsunomiya (49): sub
  vocal; Kiyomi Yamada (49,84): vocal, violin, fieldworks; Tetsuji Hayashi 
  (49): shou, hichiriki; Kouryu Koukiji (49): sub vocal; Sakura Koukiji (49):
  dog voice; Mitsutarou Inagaki (49): honey bee sound; Herb Heinz (50): Midi
  boxes, guitar; Martin Archer (51): digital piano, electronics; Jocelyn 
  Robert (54): field recordings; Bob Drake (58): Solina organ bass pedals; 
  Andrea Rocca (59): ambient noises, electric guitar; Vitor Rua (60): bass 
  flute, prepared piano, virtual orchestra, electronics; Stevan Tickmayer 
  (61): virtual instruments; Brian Woodbury (62): bass, piano, Microkorg 
  synthesizer/Vocoder, Roland XV-3080 module, vocals; Tom Cora (76): bass; 
  Heiner Goebbels (76): piano, synthesizer; Alfred Harth (76): tenor; George
  Lewis (76): trombone; Marc Hollander (78-81,85): keyboard; Peter Blegvad 
  (78-81,85): bass; Mariko Ohkubo (84): shamisen.

    2003 - ReR (UK), ReR ABox (6xCD)
    2003 - Locus Solus (Japan), ??? (6xCD+CD-3)

  Note: the 3xCD+CD-3 Japanese limited pressing (on Locus Solus) does not 
  contain Discs 4, 6, and 6.

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099 - ARTIFACT: Factrix

  Disc 1:
  Disc 2:
    21/ Good Trying, No? (Excerpt)

    (21) recorded live at Savoy Tivoli, San Francisco in 1980

  Joseph T. Jacobs; Bachelors Even: Kurt Henry (guitar), Christian Marclay
  (turntables).

    2003 - Storm (USA), STRM 08 (2xCD)

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100 - ASPHODEL 2003 LABEL SAMPLER: various artists

  This promotional sampler features Sagan (1), Broker/Dealer (2), Mixmaster 
  Mike (3), Badawi (4), Transatlantic Iceflow (5), antimatter (6,12), 
  Zeitkratzer with Vladislav Delay (7), DJ Trio (8), Curtis Roads (9), Richard
  Devine (10), Yasunao Tone (11).

    8/ untitled					(DJ Trio)	

  Christian Marclay (8).

    2003 - Asphodel (USA), ??? (promo CD)

  See DJTRIO (2004) for further references on (8).

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101 - ART BEARS REVISITED: Art Bears

    2004 - ReR (UK), ReR ab4/5 (2xCD)

  See THE ART BOX (2003) for further references.

  Note: this 2xCD was part of THE ART BOX (2003) and is now available separa-
  tely.

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102 - RER USA SAMPLER: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Faust (1), Vril (2), Lutz Glandien (3), Musci-Venosta 
  (4), Fred Frith (5), Sun Ra (6), Cassiber (7), The Necks (8), Kampec Dolores 
  (9), Janet Feder (10), Absolute Zero (11), Istvan Marta (12), Science Group 
  (13), Ground Zero (14), Peter Blegvad (15), Biota (16), ZGA (17), Boris 
  Kovacs (18), Haco (19), (EC) Nudes (20), Art Bears (21), David Meyers (22), 
  Tod Dockstader/James Reichart (23), Paolo Angeli (24), Erno Kiraly (25), AMM 
  (26), Richard Trythall (27), Chris Cutler (28), Chris Cutler/Fred Frith 
  (29), Thomas Dimuzio (30), Jon Rose (31), Dumitrescu/Hyperion (32), Peter 
  Cusak (33), Steel/Water/Light (34), Robert Iolini (35), Ossatura (36), 
  Christian Marclay (37).

  Disc 1: Disk Red
    1/ Lieber Herr Deutchland 			(Faust) 		 4:38
    2/ Freakish Tarpaulin 			(Vril) 			 1:34
    3/ Two Of My Sisters 			(Lutz Glandien) 	 5:12
    4/ When A Dolphin Saves A Baby 		(Musci-Venosta) 	 3:33
    5/ Stones 					(Fred Frith) 		 2:01
    6/ Cosmos Sun Connection 			(Sun Ra) 		 3:45
    7/ Gut 					(Cassiber) 		 3:47
    8/ [Excerpt from "The Drive-By"] 		(The Necks)
    9/ A Bivaly Hatan 				(Kampec Dolores) 	 2:30
    10/ I Hear Voices 				(Janet Feder) 		 3:25
    11/ [Excerpt from "Bared Cross"] 		(Absolute Zero) 	 4:42
    12/ Church 					(Istvan Marta) 		 3:32
    13/ Dance Of The Arguments 			(Science Group) 	 3:25
    14/ [Excerpt from "Costume Red"] 		(Ground Zero) 		 3:35
    15/ Magritte 				(Peter Blegvad) 	 2:05
    16/ Sleeping Car 				(Biota) 		 2:25
    17/ Downcast Miserable 			(ZGA) 			 2:15
    18/ Joy in Manchuria 			(Boris Kovacs) 		 3:50
    19/ Sunday Virgins 				(Haco) 			 3:28
    20/ It Might Be Better 			((EC) Nudes) 		 2:13
    21/ Moeris Dancing 				(Art Bears) 		 5:15
  Disc 2: Disk Blue 
    22/ Pink Porous Rock 			(David Meyers) 		 2:37
    23/ Omniphony 4 				(Dockstader, Reichart) 	 6:43
    24/ Si Riprendre 				(Paolo Angeli) 		 1:39
    25/ Spiral 					(Erno Kiraly) 		 8:29
    25/ [Excerpt from "Flaming Riviera Sunset"] (AMM)			 4:01
    27/ Ommagio A Jerry Lee Lewis 		(Richard Trythall) 	 6:37
    28/ [Excerpt from "North Car Roulette"] 	(Chris Cutler) 		 2:35
    29/ Act 1, Scene 2 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:13
    30/ 4 Poles 				(Thomas Dimuzio) 	 3:59
    31/ Odd People 				(Jon Rose) 		 4:08
    32/ [Excerpt from "Life on Earth"] 		(Dumitrescu, Hyperion) 	 4:51
    33/ Pets 					(Peter Cusak) 		 7:48
    34/ #7 					(Steel, Water, Light) 	 3:42
    35/ Secrets 				(Robert Iolini) 	 5:01
    36/ Juggled in Gravity 			(Ossatura) 		 4:54
    37/ Louis Armstrong 			(Christian Marclay) 	 2:27

    2004 (2003?) - ReR USA (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

  See MORE ENCORES (1989) for further references on (37).

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103 - 052402 ECHO 4: Text of Light

    1/ 052402 Echo 4                                                    18:43

    Recorded at Echo Canyon, New York City

  Lee Ranaldo; Alan Licht; Christian Marclay; DJ Olive; William Hooker; 
  Ulrich Krieger; Tim Barnes.

    2004 - Table of the Elements (USA), 66 Dy (clear 1-sided LP)

  Note: limited edition of 2000 copies.

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104 - HAUNTED WEATHER - MUSIC, SILENCE AND MEMORY: various artists

  This 2xCD set curated by David Toop features Christian Marclay (1), Oval
  (2), Matmos (3), Terre Thaemlitz (4), Janet Cardiff (5), Peter Cusack (6),
  Yuko Nexuso (7), Sarah Peebles (8), Haco (9), Otomo Yoshihide/Sachiko M/
  Günter Müller (10), Alvin Lucier (11), Evan Parker (12), Max Eastley/David
  Toop (13), Akiyama/Nakamura/Sugimoto/Wastell (14), Spontaneous Music
  Ensemble (15), Tacita Dean (16), John Oswald (17), Yurihito Watanabe (18),
  Autechre (19), Christian Fennesz (20), Ryoji Ikeda (21), Derek Bailey/John
  Stevens (22), Akio Suzuki (23), Chris Watson (24), Pan Sonic (25), John
  Butcher (26), Kaffe Matthews (27), Toshiya Tsunoda (28), Taku Sugimoto (29),
  David Cunningham (30), Carsten Nicolai and Ryuichi Sakamoto (31), Keith
  Rowe/John Tilbury (32), Jem Finer (33).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Jukebox Capriccio                        (Christian Marclay)

  See RECORDS (1997) for further references on (1).

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105 - TEXT OF LIGHT

    1/ 052202                                                           35:17
    2/ 091502                                                           26:06
    3/ 082301                                                            9:06

    (1) recorded at Tonic, New York City on May 22, 2002
    (2) recorded at Anthology Film Archives on September 15, 2002
    (3) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City on August 23, 2001

  Alan Licht: guitar; Lee Ranaldo: guitar; Ulrich Krieger: saxophone, sax-
  tronics; William Hooker: traps; DJ Olive: turntables; Christian Marclay:
  turntables.

    2004 - Starlight Furniture (USA), 24 (CD)

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106 - DJTRIO: Christian Marclay

    1/ Pittsburgh, July 5, 2002                 (Kajiwara, Olive,
                                                Marclay)                 8:22
    2/ New York, September 17, 2000             (Erik M, Olive, Marclay) 5:28
    3/ Detroit, December 21, 2002               (Kajiwara, Olive,
                                                Marclay)                 2:36
    4/ New York, August 21, 2003                (Rosenfeld, Kajiwara,
                                                Marclay)                 8:30
    5/ Washington, September 21, 2002           (Kajiwara, Olive,
                                                Marclay)                 5:03
    6/ Paris, February 11, 2000                 (Erik M, Olive, Marclay) 
                                                                        12:57
    7/ Annandale-on-Hudson, November 19, 2003   (Rosenfeld, Kajiwara,
                                                Marclay)                 3:54

    (1) recorded at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh on July 5, 2002
    (2) recorded at Tonic, New York on September 17, 2000
    (3) recorded at The detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit on December 21, 
    2002
    (4) recorded at Tonic's Subtonic phOnOmena, New York on August 21, 2003
    (5) recorded at The Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden's Ring 
    Auditorium, Washington on September 21, 2002
    (6) recorded at The Pompidou Center, Paris on February 11, 2000
    (7) recorded at The Richard B. Fisher Center for The Performing Arts at 
    Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson on November 19, 2003

  Christian Marclay: turntables; Toshio Kajiwara (1,3-5,7): turntables; DJ 
  Olive (1-3,5,6): turntables; Erik M (2,6): turntables; Marina Rosenfeld
  (4,7): turntables.

    2004 - Asphodel (USA), ASP2023 (CD)

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107 - WICHITA VORTEX SUTRA: Allen Ginsberg

    1/ Turn Right Next Corner                                            2:52
    2/ Thy Sins Are Forgiven, Whichita!                                  2:25
    3/ Approaching Salina                                                2:17
    4/ Thrills Of Fear                                                   2:08
    5/ II Face The Nation                                                3:45
    6/ A Black Horse Bends Its Head To The Stubble                       1:42
    7/ Stop, And Eat More Flesh                                          3:20
    8/ N B C S U P A P I N S L I F E                                     4:12
    9/ Here's Marysville                                                 3:00
    10/ I'm An Old Man Now, And A Lonesome Man In Kansas                 7:16
    11/ Cars Passing Their Messages Along Country Crossroads             3:00
    12/ Future Speeding On Swift Wheels                                  7:02

    Recorded live at St. Mark's Church, New York City on October 29, 1994
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Allen Ginsberg: voice; Art Baron (1,3,9,12): trombone, didgeridoo, flute;
  Hal Willner (12): sound effects; Stephan Smith (1,2,12): violin; David
  Mansfield (6,8,9): mandolin; Arto Lindsay (?): guitar; Marc Ribot (?): gui-
  tar; Michael Blair (4,12): percussion; Elliott Sharp (12): double neck gui-
  tar/bass; Lenny Kaye (6,8,9): guitar; Lee Ranaldo (2,5,7): guitar; Steve
  Shelley (7,8,11): drums; Lenny Pickett (8): contrabass clarinet; Philip
  Glass (10): piano; Christian Marclay (11): turntables.

    2004 - Artemis Records (USA), ATM-CD-51577 (CD)

  Note: the indications on who plays on which tracks are just guesses.

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108 - MUSIC FOR STAGE AND SCREEN: Lee Ranaldo

    1/ Voice Of The President 
    2/ Kirillov And The Horsemen 
    3/ The Devils Knife 
    4/ The Fire 
    5/ Sciatov Assassins 
    6/ Secret Meeting 
    7/ Spider 
    8/ Noisy Plateau 
    9/ The End Of It 
    10/ Apocalypse 
    11/ Kirillovis Suicide 
    12/ Lill Fuse Myself With The Grass 
    13/ Gilles De Rais (Barbablu) 
    14/ Mariais Delerium 
    15/ Jealousy End Credits 
    16/ Evolution Of Sirens 
    17/ Dance Of The Coats 
    18/ War 
    19/ The Black Light 

  Lee Ranaldo: guitar; Alan Licht: guitar; Christian Marclay: turntables;
  Günter Müller: percussion, electronics; William Hooker: drums.

    2004 - Les Disques du Soleil et de l'Acier (France), DSA 54085 (CD)

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109 - A CALL FOR SILENCE: various artists

  This record features John Bowers (1), Daniel Levitin (2), Rory Shackles
  (3), Gyorgy Kurtag (4), Michael J. Schumacher (5), People Like Us (6), Paul
  Davis (7), John Levack Drever (8), Kapital Band 1 (9), Richard Beard (10),
  David Hoyland (11), Valerian Maly (12), Peter Cusack (13), Adrian Newton
  (14), Jens Brand (15), Alvin Lucier (16), Lori Talley (17), Dale Lloyd (18),
  Eric Leonardson (19), Aaron Siegel (20), No Noise Reduction (21), Justin
  Wiggin (22), Anne Welmer (23), Andy Keep (24), David First (25), Dan Evans
  Farkas (26), Yasunao Tone (27), Stephen Vitiello (28), Matt Rogalsky &
  George Bush (29), David Watson (30), Thomas Joyce (31), Francisco López
  (32), Ted Collins (33), Christian Marclay (34).

    34/ Unused Space                            (Christian Marclay)      1:23

    Compilation produced by Nicolas Collins

    2004 - Sonic Arts Network (UK), SAN 2004 (CD)

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110 - ROULETTE TV VOL 3: Christian Marclay, Lenny Pickett

    2005 - Roulette (USA), RouletteTV 03 (DVD)

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111 - MUSIC FOR PLANTS: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Mice Parade (1), Tetsu Inoue & seed() (2), No Neck
  Blues Band (3), Languis (4), HiM (5), Syntony (6), Deaken & Geologist (7),
  Ariel Pink (8), Delia R. Gonzales & Gavin R. Russom (9), Sun Burn Hand of
  the Man (10), Ara Peterson (11), Hiroshi Sunairi & Hideyuki Mari (12), Fugu
  (13), Tony Goddess (14), Zs (15), Anthony Burdin (16), Weise & Koh (17),
  This Invitation (18), Kenta Nagai (19), Liam Gillick (20), Kites (21), Jutta
  Koether/Alan Licht/Tom Verlaine (22), Black Dice (23), Arto Lindsay (24), DJ
  Olive/The Audio Janitor (25), Phil Manley (26), David Grubbs (27),
  Electrophilia (28), Carter Thornton (29), LoVid (30), Flanged Confection
  (31), Christian Marclay (32), Tim Barnes/Chris Corsano/Sean Meehan/Barry
  Weisblat/Michael Evans (33), Rusty Santos (34), Roland Alley (35),
  Dearraindrop (36).

    32/ Green Breath                            (Christian Marclay)      3:04

    (32) recorded in 2004

  Christian Marclay.

    2005 - PerfectifOn (USA), PERF PLANTS (2xCD)

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112 - EVENT: Christian Marclay, Yasunao Tone, Christian Wolff

    Recorded at the Flynn Theatre for the Performing Arts in Burlington, 
    Vermont (USA) on January 29, 1998

    2005 - Asphodel (USA), ASPH 2032 (CD)

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113 - TRAX#15: various artists

  This audio companion to the March 2005 issue of the Spanish magazine TRAX
  features Daft Punk (1), Mister Aul (2), Dancelwerk (3), Inaki Marin (4), A
  Guy Called Gerald (5), Jimmy Edgar (6), Amon Tobin (7), Christian Marclay
  (8), Tarwater (9), Phonique (10), Rhythm & Sound with Willi Williams and
  Jah Cotton (11).

    8/ Washington, September 21, 2002           (Christian Marclay)      5:13

    2005 - Trax (Spain), TCD-015 (CD)

  See DJTRIO (2004) for further references on (8).

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114 - NOVEMBER MUSIC 2002: SEE THE SOUND, HEAR THE SPACE: various artists

  This record features Christian Marclay/Cor Fuhler/Thomas Lehn (1), Instant
  Composers Pool (2), Mark Dresser Trio (3), Felix Knoth/Thomas Koner/etc (4),
  Krang Extended (5), Anne La Berge (6), Misha Mengelberg and Han Bennink (7).

    1/ Improvisation                            (CM,CF,TL)              19:00

    Recorded at Muziekcentrum 's-Hertogenbosch' on November 7, 2002

  Christian Marclay (1): turntables; Cor Fuhler (1): piano; Thomas Lehn (1):
  EMS synthesizer.

    2006 - November Music (UK?), NM 006 (CD)

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115 - FROM THE EARTH TO THE SPHERES VOL. 6: Christian Marclay and Okkyung Lee,
  My Cat is an Alien

    1/ Rubbings                                 (Marclay, Lee)          20:36
    2/ Beyond The Limits Of The Stars/Beyond The Limits Of The Grooves
                                                (My Cat is an Alien)    19:53
    3/ [untitled track]                         (My Cat is an Alien)    36:05

    (1) recorded live at Tonic, New York City on December 14, 2003
    (2) recorded at MCIAA's Space Room, Torino (Italy) in July 2002

  Okkyung Lee (1): cello; Christian Marclay (1): turntables, electronics; My
  Cat is an Alien (2,3): Maurizio Opalio, Roberto Opalio.

    2006 - Opax Records (Italy), OPX LP7 (LP)
    2006 - A Silent Place (Italy), ASP09 (CD)

  Note: the LP pressing is limited edition of 100 copies.
  Note: (3) is a hidden track only available on the CD pressing. 

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116 - VANCOUVER AMBIENTS 1-4: Lee Ranaldo

  Side 1:
    1/ Untitled                                                          1:07
    2/ Untitled                                                          3:46
  Side 2:
    3/ Untitled                                                          4:40
    4/ Untitled                                                          1:04

    Recorded at Echo Canyon, New York City

  Lee Ranaldo: guitar; Alan Licht (3): guitar; Christian Marclay (3): turnta-
  bles; William Hooker (3): drums.

    2006 - Important Records (USA), 087 (7")

  Note: limited edition of 500 signed copies (clear vinyl).

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117 - GUITAR DRAG: Christian Marclay

    1/ Guitar Drag                              (Christian Marclay)     14:00

    Recorded in San Antonio, Texas (USA) on November 18, 1999

    2006 - Neon Gallery (Sweden), 002 (one-sided LP)

  Note: this one-sided transparent vinyl is a limited edition of 1500 copies,
  with 50 copies signed and numbered.

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118 - FROM THE KITCHEN ARCHIVES NO. 3, AMPLIFIED: NEW MUSIC MEETS ROCK, 1981-
  1986: various artists

  This record features Sonic Youth (1,2), Swans (3,4), Bill's Friends (5),
  Arthur Russell (6,7), Christian Marclay (8), Rhys Chatham (9), Elliott
  Sharp (10).

    8/ His Master's Voice (opening)             (Christian Marclay)      5:14

    Recorded at the Kitchen, New York City on November 24, 1982

  Christian Marclay: turntables, prepared records.

    2006 - Orange Mountain Music (USA), OMM0024 (CD)

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119 - TEXT OF LIGHT: Text Of Light

  Lee Ranaldo; Alan Licht; William Hooker; Christian Marclay; Tim Barnes;
  Ulrich Kreiger; DJ Olive.

    2006 - Dirter Productions (UK), 58 (3xCD)

  Note: the first 1000 copies of this set will be issued in a special metal
  box with the 'ToL' logo embossed on the lid.

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120 - GHOST (I DON'T LIVE TODAY): Christian Marclay

    Recorded at The Kitchen, New York City in March 1985

  Christian Marclay: phonoguitar.

    2007 - Eight & Zero/Cabinet des Estampes (Switzerland), ??? (LP)

  Note: this is a one-sided LP.

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121 - GRAFFITI COMPOSITION: MOMA PERFORMANCE 2006: Christian Marclay

    Recorded live recording at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 2006

  Melvin Gibbs; Mary Halvorson; Lee Ranaldo; Vernon Reid; Elliott Sharp.

    2010 - Dog With A Bone (USA), 06 (CD)

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122 - 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-September 12, 1998, Minneapolis 				 5:22

    Recorded in Minneapolis, USA on September 12, 1998

  Takehisa Kosugi: live electronics; Jim O'Rourke: laptop; Christian Marclay:
  turntables.

    2010 - New World (USA), 80712 (10xCD) 

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123 - DOUBLE DUPE DOWN: Zeena Parkins

    1/ Harpstrings And Lava 			(Parkins)		 5:05
    2/ Selina 					(Parkins)		 1:11
    3/ Opening Credits 				(Parkins)		 3:33
    4/ Chorale 					(Parkins)		 0:38
    5/ I Hardly Care 				(Parkins)		 1:25
    6/ Pipes Oompie 				(Parkins)		 3:23
    7/ No Sweet Love 				(Parkins)		 4:17
    8/ Phantasmagoria 				(Parkins)		 1:13
    9/ Zoo 					(Parkins)		 3:32
    10/ Skin 					(Parkins)		 3:49
    11/ Fireworks 				(Parkins)		 5:05
    12/ At Sea 					(Parkins)		 3:07
    13/ Duo 					(Parkins)		 1:13
    14/ Allegra 				(Parkins)		 2:36
    15/ Picnic Too 				(Parkins)		 1:49
    16/ The Air Is Perfectly Clear 		(Parkins)		 2:09
    17/ Squiggle 				(Parkins)		 3:26
    18/ Carousel 				(Parkins)		 1:37
    19/ Anthem 					(Parkins)		 3:08

    (1) recorded on the film set at Willis Gallery, London and at Media Noise,
    Brooklyn. 
    (2,6,13,17) recorded at Studio G, Brooklyn (USA)
    (3,5,7-9,11,12,14-16,18) recorded in Okaland, California and at Studio 
    Crytogramaphone, Claremont (California)
    (4) recorded at Micro-Moose Studio, Brooklyn (USA) in 2008
    (10,19) recorded at Audities Studio, Calgary (Canada)

  Zeena Parkins: harps, keyboard, objects, electronics, Yamaha CS-80, Gleeman
  Pentaphonic Clear; Shelley Hirsch: vocals; Okkyung Lee: cello; Christian 
  Marclay: turntables; Ikue Mori: electronics; Sara Parkins: violin; David 
  Watson: bagpipes; Matthew Welch: bagpipes; William Winant: percussion; 
  Maggie Parkins: cello; James Pugliese: drums; James Staley: trombone.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7522 (CD)

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124 - MUSIQUE ACTION #4: MADAME LUCKERNIDDLE: various artists

    1/ Madame Luckerniddle, Part 1 					 3:24
    2/ Madame Luckerniddle, Part 2 					 3:56
    3/ Madame Luckerniddle, Part 3 					 3:14
    4/ Helliphant 							 2:44
    5/ Indicible 							 3:24
    6/ A Nous! 								 6:25
    7/ Madame Luckerniddle, Part 4 					 1:20
    8/ Madame Luckerniddle, Part 5 					 4:11
    9/ On The Other Side 						 6:38
    10/ Him 								 4:43
    11/ Chut 								 6:54
    12/ The Anarchist's Anthem 						 4:47

    Recorded live at Music Action, Vand'Oeuvre (France) on May 23, 1998

  Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, electronics; Christian Marclay: turntables, 
  electronics; Phil Minton: vocals; Catherine Jauniaux: vocals; Zeena Parkins:
  electric harp, keyboards; Veryan Weston: piano; Luc Ex: bass, vocals; 
  Michael Vatcher: drums, percussion.

    2012 - Vand'Oeuvre (France), vdo 1235 (CD)

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125 - 21 SEPTEMBER 2002 HIRSHHORN MUSEUM WASHINGTON DC: djTRIO

  Side 1:
    1/ untitled 							16:17
    2/ untitled 							 4:38
  Side 2:
    3/ untitled 							14:40
    4/ untitled 							 4:47

    Recorded live at Hirshhorn Museum, Washington D.C. (USA) on September 21,
    2002

  djTRIO: Christian Marclay, Toshio Kajiwara, DJ Olive.

    2012 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 348 (LP)
    2012 - Cuneiform (USA), rune 348 V (LP)

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126 - LIVE AT CAFE OTO: Fred Frith, Christian Marclay

    Recorded live at Cafe Oto, London (UK) in July 2012

  Fred Frith; Christian Marclay.

    2012 - Cafe Oto (UK), no catalog # (LP)

  Note: limited edition of 100 copies only.

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|                        ARTICLES ON CHRISTIAN MARCLAY                       |
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  * Option, March/April 1987: "David Moss & Christian Marclay in Japan,"
    article/interview by Brooke Wentz (pp. 30-31)

  * Information (Denmark), 1989-12-06: "Grammofonpladen som skulptur", inter-
    view by Lars Movin

  * Option, No. 32, May/June 1990: article/interview by Julia Loktev (pp. 50-
    53)

  * Revue & Corrigee, No. 14, 1992: ??? (pp. ???)

  * Supersonic Jazz (France), No. 4, 1997: "Christian Marclay: SCRRATCHH...,"
    article/interview by Yves Botz and Michel Henritzi (pp. 4-9)

  * Revue & Corrigee, No. 41, September 1999: interview by Michel Henritzi
    (pp. 9-15)

  * The Wire, May 2000: "Jumpcut Jockey," interview by Rahma Khazam (pp. 28-
    33)

  * Bomb, Summer 2003, No. 84: interview of Christian Marclay by Ben Neill 
    (pp. 44-51)

  * The Wire, Issue 237, November 2003: Invisible Jukebox: Christian Marclay
    (20-22,24)

  * Waxpoetics, Spring 2004, Number 8: "Music for Heartbeat and Landslide:
    Turntablism's Alternate Tradition," an article/interview on Christian
    Marclay by Philip Sherburne (pp. 78-84)

  * Tank, Volume 4, Issue 1: "Cover to Cover (Turning Tables: The Vinyl
    Genius of Christian Marclay)," article by Rob Young (pp. 150-153)

  * Vogue (France), No 859, August 2005: "Rebel, Rebel," article/interview on
    Christian Marclay by Marie Pointurier (pp. 182-185)

  * The Wire, Issue 332, October 2011: "Painting in Slang," article/interview
    on Christian Marclay by David Toop (pp. 40-47)