DISCOGRAPHY OF IKUE MORI

This is the tenth version of the discography of Ikue Mori. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

for example, I am still looking for information on the following records:
Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com)
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		       |    DISCOGRAPHY OF IKUE MORI   |
		       |            May 2013           |
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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:

Henry Weld  
Mark Milano 
Michael W. Woodring 
Stéphane Vuilleumier 
David Mandl         
Alexander Bailey   
Jan-Wen Lu        
Jonathan Abbey   
Michael Hamilton 
Nathalie Claeys  
Brent Burton    
Andrew Jones   
Stefan Verstraeten
Andreas Dietz    
David Watson    
Brad Beaudet   
Efren Del Valle	
Franz Regnot   
Christopher Leupold
Craig Lieske      
Eyal Hareuveni   
Thierry Raguin  
Sergio Moro    
Michel Ramond
for sending me extra material and giving prompt answers to my questions, and specially to Jacques Debout for his article on Ikue Mori published in the French magazine REVUE & CORRIGEE (No. 26, December 1995), where Ikue Mori answers questions concerning 21 records from her discography.
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Records and tapes have been listed by chronological order for edition (and not recording). The following records and tapes are listed:

the following ones are not listed (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 - DNA

    1/ You & You                                (DNA)
    2/ Little Ants                              (DNA)

  Arto Lindsay; Robin Crutchfield; Ikue M.

    1978 - Lust/Unlust Music, 11-CAN-234 (7")

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002 - NO NEW YORK: various artists

  This record features Contorsions, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, Mars, DNA.

  Ikue Mori plays on four tracks with DNA:

    13/ Egomaniac's Kiss                        (Crutchfield, Lindsay)   2:08
    14/ Lionel                                  (Crutchfield, Lindsay)   2:04
    15/ Not Moving                              (Crutchfield, Lindsay)   2:35
    16/ Size                                    (Crutchfield, Lindsay)   2:10

    Recorded at Big Apple Studio in New York City during Spring 1978

  Robin Crutchfield: organ, vocal; Ikue Ile: drums; Arto Lindsay: guitar, vo-
  cals.

    1978 - Antilles (USA), AN 7067 (LP)
    1998 - Polygram KK (Japan), ??? (LP)
    1998 - Polygram KK (Japan), ONCO-002 (CD)
    2003 - Antilles/Off Note (Japan), ??? (CD)
    2005 - Lilith (Russia), LR102 (CD)
    2005 - Lilith (Russia), LR102 (LP)

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*** - GRUTZI ELVIS: various artists

  This record features James Chance and the Contortions, DNA, Brian Eno,
  Policeband, Rosa Yemen, Snatch, Teenage Jesus, Tuxedo Moon.

    1979 - Ze Records (France?), ZE 3302 (LP or 2xLP?)

  Note: this record was never released.

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003 - JOHN GAVANTI: Mars

  Rewrite of Don Giovanni by Sumner Crane. No track titles but Arto is credi-
  ted (as Arlindo) with percussion on The Samba which is sort of the third
  'section' on side 1.

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City

  Sumner Crane: vocals, guitar, piano, percussion; Don Burg: bass clarinet;
  Mark Cunningham: horns; Ikue Mori: strings, percussion; Arlindo: percussion
  on The Samba; Dantas Lins: percussion on The Samba.

    1980 - Hyrax (USA), HY101 (LP)
    1998 - Atavistic (USA), ALP91CD (CD)

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004 - A TASTE OF DNA: DNA

    1/ New Fast                                 (DNA)                    1:13
    2/ 5:30                                     (DNA)                    1:05
    3/ Blonde Red Head                          (DNA)                    1:55
    4/ 32123                                    (DNA)                    0:53
    5/ New New                                  (DNA)                    2:49
    6/ Lying On The Sofa Of Life                (DNA)                    1:53

    Recorded at Vanguard Studios, New York City in 1980

  Ikue Mori: drums; Tim Wright: bass, guitar; Arto Lindsay: guitar & vocals.

    1981 - American Clavé, AMCL 1003EP (12")
    1981 - Italian Records (Italy), EX 7 (LP)
    ???? - Rough Trade, RT086 (7")
    ???? - Rough Trade, RT086 (12")

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005 - THE FRUIT OF THE ORIGINAL SIN: various artists

  This record features Peter Gordon, The French Impressionists, The Durutti
  Column, Soft Verdict, Cecile Bruynoghe, Marine (LP only), Paul Haig (LP
  only), 323 (LP only), The Swamp Children, DNA, Rhine River III (LP only),
  Richard Jobson, Marguerite Duras, The Names, Orange Juice, Thick Pigeon (LP
  only), Arthur Russell, Winston Tong, W.S. Burroughs.
 
  Ikue Mori plays on four tracks, three with DNA:

    12/ Taking Kid To School
    13/ Cop Buys A Donut
    14/ Delivering The Good

  Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocals; Tim Wright: bass; Ikue Mori: drums.

  and one with Thick Pigeon:

    20/ Sudan

  Miranda: all; Ikue Mori: drums; Carter: Steinway piano; Arthur Russell: 
  cello.

    1981 - Les Disques du Crepuscule, twi 035 (2xLP)
    1983 - Crepuscule Au Japon/Shinseido Sirius (Japan), TWI 035/SC-16 (2xLP)
    1987 - Interphon (Germany), IPCD 72002 (CD)
    1988 - Crepuscule Au Japon/Victor (Japan), JVC VDP-5151 (CD)
    1989 - Les Disques du Crepuscule, TWI 035-2 (CD)
    2005 - Les Disques du Crepuscule (Belgium), TWI 035 (CD)
    2007 - LTM (Belgium), LTMCD 2497 (2xCD)

  Note: (20) is not available on the CD pressings.
  Note: the 2xLP and CD have different track-lists, and a few songs are mis-
  sing on the CD pressings.
  Note: the 2007 reissue, being a 2xCD set, contains all the songs featured on
  the 2xLP pressings, as well as eight bonus tracks.

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006 - I FRATELLI HI-FI: Hi-Fi Bros

    1/ Sixti's'n'Kisses
    2/ Magic Moment
    3/ Stranger In The Night
    4/ Goin' Out Of My Head

    Produced by Arto Lindsay
    Recorded at Umbi Studio, Modena (Italy)

  Fabio Hi-Fi: voice, electronics; Marco Hi-Fi: guitar, backing vocal; Gianni
  Hi-Fi: drums; Arto Lindsay (3): guitar; Ikue Mori (1): drums.

    1981 - Italian Records (Italy), EXIT M 503 (12")

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007 - THICK PIGEON

    1/ Subway
    2/ Sudan

  Ikue Mori; etc.

    1981 - Les Disques du Crepuscule (Belgium), TWI 038 (7")

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008 - A DAY IN OCTOBER: various artists
  
  This record features Marine (1,4), Josef K (2), Repetition (3,5), Cecile
  Bruynoghe (6), Richard Jobson (7), Thick Pigeon (8,12), Rhine River III (9),
  Cabaret Voltaire (10), Malaria! (11), Michael Nyman (13).
    
  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Thick Pigeon:

    8/ Subway                                   (Thick Pigeon)           4:50

    1981 - Crepuscule Section Francaise/Radical (France), RAD 005 (LP)

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009 - SULLA SPIAGGA, OGNI RAGAZZO, OGNI RAGAZZA...: various artists

  This record features Paul Haig (1), Antena (2), Thick Pigeon (3), Marine
  (4), Tuxedomoon (5), The Names (6), Isolation Ward (7), The French
  Impressionists (8), Ike Yard (9), Soft Verdict (10).

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Thick Pigeon:

    3/ Subway                                   (Thick Pigeon)           4:30

    1982 - Crepuscule/Base Records (Italy), BASE 40140 (LP)

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010 - THICK PIGEON

    1/ Dog

  ???; Ikue Mori: backing vocals.

    1983 (?) - Les Disques du Crepuscule (Belgium), TWI 108 (7")

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011 - TOO CRAZY COWBOYS: Thick Pigeon

    1/ Troglodytes
    2/ Sudan
    3/ Crime
    4/ Help (Billy Swan)
    5/ Fred + Andy (Arthur Blake/Mercer + Mancini)
    6/ Misuse
    7/ Nuns + Soldiers
    8/ DB
    9/ Babcock + Wilcox
    10/ Jess + Bart
    11/ Hank

  Carter; Kim; Gillian; Stephen; Miranda; Karen; Stan (5): cello.

    1984 - Factory Records (UK), Fact 85 (LP)
    1984 - Factory Records (USA), Factus 16 (LP)
    2003 - LTM (UK), LTMCD 2342 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue adds three tracks:

    12/ Wheels Over Indian Trails                                        5:12
    13/ Wheels Over Indian Trails (version)                              4:57
    14/ Pope                                                             4:24

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012 - 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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013 - MERRY CHRISTMAS: various artists

  This sampler features tracks by Wim Mertens/Soft Verdict, Thick Pigeon, The
  Arcadians, Current 93, Pleasure Ground.

  Ikue Mori may be playing/singing on the track by Thick Pigeon:

    2/ Handel's Messiah/Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend                3:20

  Ikue Mori: vocals (???), drum machines (?).

    1984 - Les Disques du Crepuscule (Belgium), twi 450 12" (45/33 rpm)

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014 - COINCIDENCE VS. FATE: various artists

  This 2xLP features A Certain Ratio (1), The Durutti Column (2,7), Kevin
  Hewick (3), Cabaret Voltaire (4), Marine (5), Josef K (6), The French
  Impressionists (8,9), Thick Pigeon (10), Winston Tong (11), Paul Haig (12,
  22), Richard Jobson (13), The Names (14), The Border Boys (15), Antena (16),
  Mikado (17), Lawrence Weiner (18) Soft Verdict (19), The Pale Fountains
  (20), Anna Domino (21), Pleasure Ground (23).

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Thick Pigeon:

    10/ Subway                                  (Thick Pigeon)           4:50

    1984 - Crepuscule Au Japon/Shinseido Sirius (Japon), SC-1004/5-L (2xLP)

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015 - GAMBLE'86: Electrified-Fukuko

    1/ Golden Gate
    2/ Fiesta
    3/ March
    4/ Beast And Blue Moon

  Ikue Mori: drums, percussion; Non: bass, vocal; Emiko M: guitar.

    1985 - Telegraph Records (Japan), TGEP 030 (12"EP)

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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 - STATE OF EXCITEMENT: various artists

  This record features Thick Pigeon (1), Winston Tong (2), Steven Brown (3),
  Cabaret Voltaire (4,11), The Names (5), Josef K (6), Paul Haig (7), Soft
  Verdict (8), Marine (9), A Certain Ratio (10), Ike Yard (12).
    
  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Thick Pigeon:
    
    1/ Subway                                   (Thick Pigeon)           4:50
    
    1986 - Les Disques du Crepuscule (Belgium), TWI 646 (LP)
    
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018 - 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.

  Ikue Mori plays on one track 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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019 - 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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020 - MUMBO JUMBO: Jim Staley

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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021 - JOYEUX NOËL - MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!: various artists

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

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with John Zorn:

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

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York

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

    1987 - Nato (France), Nato 1382 (LP)
    1990 - Nato/Vogue (France), VG 651 600308 (CD)
    1992 - Nato (France), 53011.2 (CD)
    1998 - Nato (France), 777 742 (CD)
    2011 - Nato (France), ??? (CD)

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

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022 - ALL THE BIG MYSTICS: Zero Pop

    1/ Keep The Jeep                            (Meillier)               2:25
    2/ Don't Ask Yourself Why                   (Meillier)               3:29
    3/ Right To The Scratch                     (Meillier)               2:56
    4/ I'm Sad                                  (Howell)                 4:24
    5/ Don't Be A Fool, Marry Me!               (Howell)                 2:22
    6/ Escalator To The Beach                   (Howell)                 3:57
    7/ Trampin'                                 (Meneses)                3:11
    8/ Provenance Inconnue                      (Howell)                 2:54
    9/ Salsadagio                               (Howell)                 5:07
    10/ Mexican Bus Ride                        (Howell)                 3:00

    Recorded at Studio Do 7, Lyon (France) in June 1987
    (9) recorded by M.E. Miller at Demolition Sound, New York in April 1986 

  Bruno Meillier: vocals, saxophones, keyboards; Mark Howell: vocals, guitars;
  Jim Meneses: vocals, drums, percussion; Christiane Cohade (6): bass; Ikue
  Mori (9): drums.

    1988 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 21 (LP)
    1992 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 49 (CD)

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023 - EXQUISITE CORPSES FROM THE BUNKER

    1/ #1                                                                5:13
    2/ #15                                                               1:01
    3/ #13                                                               2:06
    4/ #7                                                                6:18
    5/ #16                                                               2:04
    6/ #8                                                                1:06
    7/ #10                                                               2:08
    8/ #2                                                                1:06
    9/ #14                                                               1:02
    10/ #11                                                              2:04
    11/ #5                                                               6:07
    12/ #9                                                               1:02
    13/ #17                                                              2:05
    14/ #6                                                               7:03
    15/ #3                                                               0:36

    Recorded live at A.Mica Bunker during Fall 1987 (?)

  Matthew Ostrowski (1,4,6,7,14): analog synthesizer; Paul Hoskin (1,4,8,10,
  11): contrabass clarinet, reeds; Judy Dunaway (1,4,14,15): nylon guitar, 
  balloons; George Cartwright (1,3,4,9,11): tenor; Ikue Mori (1,2,4,5,11): 
  drum machine; Nancy Campbell (1,4,6,11,13): alto; David Watson (1,4,7,8,14): 
  guitar, banjo, drums; Guy Yarden (1,2,4,14): violin; Fred Lonberg-Holm (1,
  3,4,11,15): travicello; Chris Cochrane (1,4,5,9,11): guitar; Doug Seidel 
  (1,4,11,12,13): home-made things, guitar; Kiku Wada (1,4,7,8,11): guitar, 
  bass; Mike Sappol (1,4,10,11,15): 6-string bass; Bob Lipman (1,4,12,14): 
  guitar; Doug Henderson (1,4,7,9,14): voice, peckhorn, bass clarinet, urhorn, 
  power tools; Will Sternberg (1,2,4,10,11): bass, guitar; Sue Ann Harkey (1,
  3,4,8,14): guitar; Steve Peters (1,4,5,6,14): violin; Linda Austin (1,4,13,
  14,15): guitar; Leslie Ross (1,2,4,14): bassoon; Evan Gallagher (1,4,10,12,
  14): cornetto, toys, conducting; Jack Wright (1,3,4,9,14): tenor.

    1988 - Heartpunch Music (USA), Heartpunch 007 (LP)

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024 - POISON PETAL: Tohban Djan

    1/ Icicle Tango                             (Tohban Djan)            2:45
    2/ Rice & Beans                             (Tohban Djan)            3:42
    3/ Asobi                                    (Tohban Djan, K. Kimoto) 4:03
    4/ The Whispers Beyond                      (Tohban Djan)            3:52
    5/ Shangai Express                          (Tohban Djan, K. Kimoto) 2:53
    6/ 21 Nails                                 (Tohban Djan)            3:27
    7/ Black                                    (Tohban Djan)            2:29
    8/ Lame Talking                             (Tohban Djan)            2:31
    9/ Butterfly                                (Tohban Djan)            1:41
    10/ Song For Deep Water                     (Tohban Djan)            1:40
    11/ No Time                                 (Tohban Djan)            1:02
    12/ Belladonna                              (Tohban Djan, K. Kimoto) 6:42

    Recorded at Sorcerer Studio, New York City in 1988

  Luli Shioi: vocals, bass, melodion, piano; Ikue Mori: drums, DMS, voice.

    1989 - Nato (France), 1657 (LP)

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025 - 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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026 - BANDES ORIGINALES DU JOURNAL SPIROU: various artists

  Contains music by Clive Bell, Steve Beresford, Tony Coe, Mike Cooper, Lol
  Coxhill, Philippe Deschepper, Tohban Djan, Michel Doneda, Max Eastley,
  Stuart Elliott, Tony Hymas, Jean Mereu, Jean-François Pauvros, Yves Robert,
  David Weinstein, John Zorn.

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Tohban Djan:

    11/ Le Chinois A Deux Roues                 (Tohban Djan)            3:58

    Recorded by Jim Goatley at Sorcerer Studio, New York

  Ikue Mori: drums, Alesis drum machine; Luli Shioi: bass, voice, keyboards.

    1989 - Nato (France), Nato 1715/1774 (2xLP)
    1989 - Nato (France), Nato CD 1715/1774 (2xCD)
    1992 - Nato (France), 53020.2 (2xCD)
    199? - Nato (France), 777 716/777 717 (2xCD)

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027 - REAL ESTATE "NEW MUSIC FROM NEW YORK": various artists

  This record features music by Zeena Parkins, Machine Gun, Tohban Djan,
  Soldier String Quartet, David Linton, Shelley Hirsch/David Weinstein, Cop
  Shoot Cop, Chunk, David Fulton, Carbon, Lois Vierk Ensemble.

  Ikue Mori plays on two tracks, one with Zeena Parkins:
  
    1/ T-Square                                 (Parkins)                7:53

    Recorded at Studio 270, Montreal

  Zeena Parkins: electric harp, keyboards, tapes; Ikue Mori: drum machine;
  Chris Cochrane: electric guitar; Guy Yarden: electric violin.
  
  and one with Tohban Djan:

    3/ Faint Clue                               (Mori, Shioi)            4:59

  Luli Shioi: bass, voice; Ikue Mori: drum machine, background voice.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

    1990 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1015 (CD)

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028 - GOBBLEDYGOOK (N.Y. LIVE): Motoharu Yoshizawa

    1/ [untitled]                               (Mori, Yoshizawa)        5:34
    2/ [untitled]                               (Mori, Yoshizawa)        7:24
    3/ [untitled]                               (Mori, Yoshizawa)        7:00
    4/ [untitled]                               (Morris, E#, Yoshizawa)  4:58
    5/ [untitled]                               (Morris, E#, Yoshizawa)  5:27
    6/ [untitled]                               (E#, Yoshizawa)          3:09
    7/ [untitled]                               (E#, Yoshizawa)         17:48
    8/ [untitled]                               (E#, Yoshizawa)          4:45

    (1-3) recorded at Whithney Museum, New York City on June 27, 1990
    (4,5) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City on May 22, 1990
    (6-8) recorded at P.S. 122, New York City on June 28, 1990

  Motoharu Yoshizawa: bass; Ikue Mori (1-3): percussion; Lawrence Butch Morris 
  (4,5): cornet; Elliott Sharp (4-8): guitar, soprano.

    1990 - P.S.F Records (Japan), PSFD-8 (CD)

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029 - 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).

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Fred Frith and Mark Dresser:

    4/ Orbital Inversion                        (Mori, Frith, Dresser)   5:28

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City between December 1988 and
    February 1989

  Ikue Mori: drums, electronic percussion; Fred Frith: guitar; Mark Dresser:
  bass.

    1989 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5276 (LP)
    1989 - A&M Records (USA), CD 5276 (CD)
    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-98 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EFA 03512-08 EMY 112 (LP)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EFA 03512-26 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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030 - 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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031 - THE WORLDS OF LOVE

    1/ The Whirls Of Love			(David Garland)		 4:11
    2/ Flowers					(David Garland)		 4:22
    3/ Paper Cup				(David Garland)		 2:43
    4/ Inner Workings				(Ikue Mori)		 3:56	
    5/ Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)(B. Wilson, T. Asher)	 3:06
    6/ Slippers On				(David Garland)		 2:59
    7/ One Of Two				(David Garland)		 4:24
    8/ Lonely Boy				(The Worlds of Love)	 4:19	
    9/ Lovelight				(David Garland)		 2:14
    10/ Transwarped Love			(The Worlds of Love)	 3:56
    11/ Holding Hands				(The Worlds of Love)	 1:39
    12/ You Belong To Me			(Price, King, Stewart)	 3:01
    13/ Could It Be You?			(The Worlds of Love)	 2:40
    14/ Gesture					(David Garland)		 1:53
    15/ Somehow, I'm Sure			(The Worlds of Love)	 5:49
    16/ Carousel d'Amour			(David Garland)		 4:16
    17/ That Strange Taste Of Love		(Ikue Mori)		 1:48
    18/ In The Sky & Et Méme			(Hardy, More, Tubbs)	 7:11

    (1-4,6) recorded in New York City from July through October 2000
    (5) recorded in New York City in 1991
    (7-18) recorded at King Street Sudio, New York City from 1987 through 1989

  Cinnie Cole: vocals, banjo, synthesizer; David Garland: vocals, synthesizer,
  accordion, bass guitar, theremin, flute, melodica, penny whistle, toy piano,
  percussion, vibrolute; Ikue Mori: vocals, hand-played drum machines, power-
  book, percussion; Kate Light (5,12): violin; Leslie Tomkins (5): viola; Karl
  Parens (12): cello.

    1989 - Review Records (Germany), rere 152 (LP)
    2000 - Review Records (Germany), RERE 152CD (CD)

  Note: the original LP pressing only contains (7-12,14-18).

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032 - EXQUISITE CORPSES FROM P.S. 122

    1/ Template                                                          6:15
    2/ Burst                                                             0:28
    3/ Pushmepullyou C                                                   1:30
    4/ Ostrich A                                                         2:08
    5/ Crocs & Gators                                                    3:36
    6/ Absent Friends 2                                                  1:48
    7/ Gators & Crocs                                                    3:36
    8/ Ostrich B                                                         2:06
    9/ Flip Flop A                                                       5:25
    10/ Bozoburst A                                                      1:05
    11/ Planarian Worm                                                   7:05
    12/ Pushmepullyou A                                                  1:39
    13/ After The Tone                                                   4:10
    14/ Pushmepullyou B                                                  3:13
    15/ Flip Flop B                                                      5:10
    16/ Absent Friends 1                                                 2:06
    17/ Duet Seeds                                                       3:46
    18/ Bozoburst B                                                      1:05

    Recorded at Noise NY, P.S. 122 and on Guy's answering machine

  David Watson: shears, stick violin, guitar, trumpet; Judy Dunaway: guitar,
  balloons; Anthony Coleman: sampler; Raissa St. Pierre: drums; Guy Yarden:
  violin, piano; Leslie Ross: bassoon; Linda Austin: guitar; Bruce Kaplan:
  guitar; Doug Henderson: peckhorn, bass, toy piano; Sue Ann Harkey: 12-string
  guitar; Cinnie Cole: sampler; Mike Sappol: bass, busy box, tape loops; Nell:
  vox; Ruth Peyser: guitar; Chris Cochrane: guitar; Doug Seidel: guitar, con-
  gas; Nancy Campbell: saxophone; Ikue Mori: drum machine; Evan Gallagher:
  junk, percussion, toys, piano; Sue Garner: bass; Zeena Parkins: keyboard;
  Catherine Jauniaux: voice, flute; George Cartwright: saxophone, flute;
  Matthew Ostrowski: analog synthesizer; Bob Lipman: guitar; David Sardy:
  drums, bass; Paul Hoskin: contrabass clarinet; Steve Peters: saxophone,
  Santa Fe; Fred Lonberg-Holm: travicello, San Francisco; Will Sternberg: gui-
  tar, tapes, Paris; Bruno Meillier: saxophone, St. Etienne.

    1990 - ?What Next? (USA), WN0002 (CD)
    1998 - O.O. Discs (USA), 0054 (CD)

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033 - 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.

    13/ Blue Seeds                              (Mori)                   4:05

    Recorded at Roulette in 1989
  
  Luli Shioi: vocals, bass; Davey Williams: guitar; Hahn Rowe: violin; Ikue 
  Mori: drums, drum machine.

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

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

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

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Ursa's Door:

    6/ A selection from Ursa's Door             (Parkins)

  Chris Cochrane: guitar; Margaret Parkins: piano; Sara Parkins: violin; Ikue
  Mori: percussion, drums; Zeena Parkins: keyboards, harp, accordion.

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

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

  This record features music by Bill Frisell, Christian Marclay, Tohban Djan,
  Zeena Parkins, Billy Bang, Anthony Coleman, David Weinstein, Chris Cochrane,
  Ron Kuivila, John Zorn, Guy Klucevsek, Shelley Hirsch/Ikue Mori/David Shea/
  Jim Staley Quartet, Jeanne Lee/Wadada Leo Smith Duo.

  Ikue Mori plays on two tracks, one with Tohban Djan:  
    
    3/ Blue Seed                                (Mori, Shioi)            3:59

    Recorded live on November 12, 1989 at The Roulette, New York City

  Ikue Mori: drums, drum machine; Luli Shioi: voice, bass; Hahn Rowe: violin; 
  Davey Williams: guitar.

  and one with Shelley Hirsch, Ikue Mori, David Shea, Jim Staley Quartet: 
  
    13/ Ulula Zone                              (coll. improv.)          8:38

    Recorded live on July 18, 1991 at The Roulette, New York City

  Shelley Hirsch: voice; Ikue Mori: drum machines; David Shea: turntables,
  tapes, compact discs, effects; Jim Staley: trombone.

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

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036 - DON GIOVANNI: Jim Staley

    1/ Overture                                 (Staley)                 1:45
    PART ONE
    2/ Tomkins Square (3 parts)                 (Staley)                 7:07
    3/ Booty Dance                              (Staley)                 3:09
    4/ I Love You So Much                       (Staley)                 3:10
    5/ As Momentums Go By                       (Staley)                 2:20
    6/ Recitative: Trombone, Guitar, Harp, And Drums
						(Staley)                 2:14
    7/ So Noble And Kind He Seemed              (Staley)                 2:06
    8/ Clockworks                               (Staley)                 2:18
    9/ Finale: Now And From                     (Staley)                 5:02
    PART TWO
    10/ Introduction: Giovanni's Dream          (Staley)                 3:34
    11/ Intimations                             (Staley)                 1:50
    12/ Upshifting On An Upgrade                (Staley)                 0:25
    13/ Spontaneous Navigation                  (Staley)                 5:13
    14/ 'Til The Cows Come Home                 (Staley)                 2:07
    15/ T.Sq. Reaggitated (3 parts)             (Staley)                 2:12
    16/ Desolution                              (Staley)                 4:24
    17/ Z Gate To A Void                        (Staley)                 2:27
    18/ Carnival                                (Staley)                 3:49
    19/ Epilogue                                (Staley)                 2:04

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studios, New York City, June 12 & 13, 1990
    Produced by Fred Frith

  Ikue Mori: drums, electronic drums; Zeena Parkins: electric and acoustic
  harps; Jim Staley: trombone, didjeridu; Tenko: vocals; Davey Williams:
  electric guitar.

    1992 - Einstein Records (USA), Einstein 002 (CD)

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037 - URSA'S DOOR: Zeena Parkins

    1/ Ursa's Door                              (Parkins)               31:45
    2/ Flush                                    (Parkins)               14:51

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in June 1991 and January 1992

  Sara Parkins: violin, voice on (1); Margaret Parkins: cello, voice on (1);
  Zeena Parkins: electric harp, keyboards, percussion on (1), tapes on (1),
  piano on (2); Ikue Mori: electronic percussion, drums; Chris Cochrane: elec-
  tric guitar; David Shea: voice, percussion (1).

    1992 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd018 (CD)

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038 - SHOCK CORRIDOR: David Shea

    1/ Shock Corridor                           (Shea)                  19:29
    2/ Cartoon For Scott Bradley                (Shea)                   2:57
    3/ Trio For Samplers                        (Shea)                   6:29

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio in January 1992

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ; Shelley Hirsch: voice, electronics (1); Ikue
  Mori (1): drum machine; Zeena Parkins (1): electric harp; Jim Pugliese (1):
  percussion; David Shea: turntables, sampler, voice, jaw harp, harmonica; Jim 
  Staley (1): trombone, didjeridu.

    1992 - Avant (Japan), Avan 013 (CD)

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039 - STATE OF THE UNION: various artists

  This record features two sets of musicians, one from 1982 was available on
  a LP, and one from 1992 only available on this CD.
 
  1982: John Lurie, Felipe Orrego, Peter Blegvad/John Greaves, Diana Meckley,
  Bill Obrecht, Pulsallama, Bartok Lieberman, Michael Boom, Squat Theatre,
  A.C. Chubb, Gerry Lindahl, Arto Lindsay/Toni Nogueira, Social Climbers,
  Sonorexia, Tim Wright, Spalding Gray, Thi-Linh Le, Christian Marclay, Adele
  Bertei, Ivan Kupala, Charles K. Noyes, Chris Vine, Tuli Kupferberg, Sue
  Hanel, Butch Morris/Jessica Hagedorn, F.A. Nettelbeck/Wayne Horvitz, Martin
  Bisi/Victoria Galvez Bisi, Melody Sumner, Marina La Palma, Bob Holman/Vito
  Ricci, Artless Time Band, Fred Frith/Tina Curran, Patrick Sumner,
  Hi-Sheriffs Of Blue.

  1992: David Weinstein, Barbara Barg, Borbetomagus/Voice Crack, Soldier 
  String Quartet, Margot Mifflin, Krackhouse, Ikue Mori, Anthony Coleman, God
  Is My Co-Pilot, Lois V. Vierk/Ngoneni Cele, Marc Ribot, Vicki Stansbury, 
  GenKen Montgomery, John Zorn/Yamatsuka Eye, David Fulton, Nicolas Collins,
  Marc Sloan, Syd Straw, David Linton, Pamela Z, Grafted Media Devil, Mofungo,
  Henry Kaiser, Mad Arab, David Shea, Alex Noyes, Wanda Phipps/M. Doughty/
  Jonathan Maron, Michelle Kinney, Brian Karl, Lee Ann Brown/Sarah Boyd Blair,
  A Thousand Tiny Fingers, Leslie Ross, Hal Willner, Shelley Hirsch.

    ?/ Frankspeech/Tongue & Groove

  Dave Watson: guitar, tape; Ikue Mori: IM-drum machines.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

    1992 - Arrest Records (USA), AR 003 (CD)
    1993 - Muworks Records (USA), MUW 1016 CD (CD)
    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP69 (2xCD)

  Note: Ikue Mori does not play on the 1982 vinyl edition.
  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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040 - JEWEL BOX: various artists

  This record features women composers and improvisers including Anne LeBaron
  (1,9), Laetitia Sonami (2), Sussan Deihim (3), Bun Ching Lam (4), Catherine
  Jauniaux/Ikue Mori (5), Sapphire (6), Mary Ellen Child (7), Michelle Kinney
  (8). 

    5/ Smell                                                             4:55

  Catherine Jauniaux (5): vocals; Ikue Mori (5).

    1992 - Tellus (USA), Tellus 26 (CT)
    1992 - Tellus (USA), Tellus 26 (CD)

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041 - PASSED NORMAL VOL. 5: various artists

  This record features David Thomas & The Pedestrians, Mother Gong, Catherine
  Jauniaux/Ikue Mori, Fred, Ray Mason, Ivor Cutler, Daevid Allen & The Magic
  Brothers, Voodoo Mark/Pink Bob, Mecca, Frank Pahl with Major Dents, The
  Sediments, Henry Kaiser/Jim O'Rourke, Street Art, Amy Denio, Hugh Hopper,
  Jason Willett, Lol Coxhill, Grrr, Elton Dean, Tim Hodgkinson.

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Catherine Jauniaux:

    3/ Shiver                                   (Jauniaux, Mori)         3:45

    Recorded live at The Kitchen, New York City in 1991 (?)

  Catherine Jauniaux: vocals; Ikue Mori: drum machines.

    1992 - Fot Records (USA), FOT PN5 (CD)

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042 - LES FLEURS DE LEO: Bruire

    1/ A Tout Rompre           			(Côté)			 2:59
    2/ Une Certaine Nécessité 						 5:41
      2.1/ De Sentir           			(Côté, Derome)		 1:08 
      2.2/ De Désirer          			(Côté, Lamothe)		 0:45
      2.3/ De Brouter          			(Côté, St-Jean)		 0:44
      2.4/ De Jouir            			(Côté, Derome)		 0:42
      2.5/ De Pétrir           			(Côté, Lamothe)		 0:46
      2.6/ De Pépier           			(Côté, St-Jean)		 0:26
      2.7/ De Sabouler         			(Côté, Derome)		 1:10
    3/ Spheres Unies           			(Côté, Labrosse)	 8:40
      3.1/ Bételgeuse         						 2:01
      3.2/ Naines dt Novas    						 1:44
      3.3/ Nébuleuse d'Orion  						 2:05
      3.4/ Antares Et La Lune 						 2:50
    4/ Cette Cloche            			(Côté)			 6:10
    5/ Guerres                 			(Côté, Labrosse, Mori)	 5:59
      5.1/ Cessez-Le-Feu      						 2:14
      5.2/ Retraite           						 1:27
      5.3/ Paix               						 2:18
    6/ L'Entrevue              			(Côté, Labrosse)	 6:10
    7/ Boum-Boum               			(Côté)			 1:37
    8/ Eva Vasa                			(Labrosse)		 4:49
    9/ Jadis Radieux           			(Côté)			 1:54
    10/ Du Bout Des Doigts      		(Côté, Lepage, Lussier)  3:32
      10.1/ Pouce            						 0:56
      10.2/ Index             						 0:50
      10.3/ Majeur            						 0:26
      10.4/ Annulaire         						 0:39
      10.5/ Auriculaire       						 0:41
    11/ Pierres Précieuses      		(Côté, Labrosse, Lamothe)3:16
      11.1/ Opale             						 1:21
      11.2/ Rubis             						 1:08
      11.3/ Améthyste         						 0:47
    12/ Imago Mortis            		(Côté, Labrosse, Mori)	 2:31
    13/ Ballet Final            		(Côté, Derome)		 1:26

    Recorded at Studio 270, Montreal between September 1990 and July 1992
    Produced by MF. Côté

  Michael F. Côté: drums, percussion, synthesizers, radios, tapes, CD, voice;
  Jean Derome (1,2,4,5,12,13): alto, baritone saxophone, flute, piccolo; Diane
  Labrosse (1,3,5,6,8,11,12): keyboards, sampler, voice; Claude Lamothe (2,8,
  11): cello; Robert M. Lepage (6,10): clarinet; René Lussier (1,10:: bass,
  dachsophone; Ikue Mori (5,12): electronic drum; Claude St-Jean (1,2,5,6): 
  trombone; Jerry Snell (5,13): voice. 

    1992 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 025 (CD)

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043 - DNA: DNA

    1/ Newest Fastest                                                    1:35
    2/ 5:30                                                              1:10
    3/ Detach                                                            1:33
    4/ New New                                                           3:07
    5/ 32123                                                             1:12
    6/ Brand New                                                         3:16
    7/ Horse                                                             3:13
    8/ Forgery                                                           1:01
    9/ New Fast                                                          1:17
    10/ Blonde Red Head                                                  1:50
    11/ Action                                                           1:07
    12/ Marshall                                                         2:12
    13/ Lying On The Sofa Of Life                                        2:10
    14/ New Low                                                          1:45
    15/ Calling To Phone                                                 2:26

    Recorded live at the CBGB in 1982

  Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocal; Tim Wright: bass; Ikue Mori: drums.

    1993 - Avant (Japan), Avan 006 (CD)

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044 - AMERICAN CLAVÉ: various artists

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

  Gold Disc (1020):
  Red Disc (1026):
    22/ New Fast                                (DNA)

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

  See A TASTE OF DNA (1981) for further references on (22).

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045 - DEATH PRAXIS: Tenko, Ikue Mori

    1/ Magic                                                             3:12
    2/ Bad Seed                                                          2:33
    3/ Hearse                                                            5:02
    4/ Metal Dream                                                       2:24
    5/ Death Mask                                                        3:31
    6/ Economic Noise                                                    2:56
    7/ Fortune Cookie                                                    0:33
    8/ Rain                                                              4:03
    9/ Glow, Worm                                                        7:12
    10/ Where's Missing                                                  1:51
    11/ Confession                                                       3:23
    12/ Lullaby                                                          2:42
    13/ She                                                              2:27
    14/ Death                                                            1:54
    15/ Enticement                                                       2:09
    16/ When The Sun Shines I Can See Your Mind                          2:12
    17/ I Know You                                                       4:29

    Recorded at Dessau Studio, New York City
    Produced by Tenko and Ikue Mori

  Tenko: vocals; Ikue Mori: drum machine.

    1993 - ?What Next? (USA), WN 0011 (CD)

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046 - VIBRASLAPS: Catherine Jauniaux, Ikue Mori

    1/ Shiver                                   (Jauniaux, Mori)         2:58
    2/ Missing                                  (Jauniaux, Mori)         2:22
    3/ Courageous Little Ant                    (Jauniaux, Mori)         1:33
    4/ Fischtank                                (Jauniaux, Mori)         3:21
    5/ Ich Bin Allein                           (Daniel Schell)          2:06
    6/ Ce Grand Neant                           (Jauniaux, Mori)         3:54
    7/ Betty Boop                               (Jauniaux, Mori)         2:15
    8/ Mentira                                  (Jauniaux, Mori)         2:51
    9/ Important Things Are Whispered           (Jauniaux, Mori)         1:30
    10/ Dejeuner Du Matin                       (CJ,IM, Jacques Prevert) 1:58
    11/ Witches Brew                            (Jauniaux, Mori)         1:54
    12/ Faint Clue                              (Jauniaux, Mori)         4:16 
    13/ Song From Before My Life                (Jauniaux, Mori)         3:33
    14/ Smell                                   (Jauniaux, Mori)         4:28
    15/ I Fall In Love Too Easily               (S. Cahn, J. Styne)      1:58

    Recorded by Tom Cora at Dessau Studio, New York City in June 1992
    Produced by Tom Cora, Catherine Jauniaux and Ikue Mori

  Catherine Jauniaux: voice; Ikue Mori: drum machines.

    1993 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 52 (CD)

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047 - MUSIQUE'S ACTION - VANDOEUVRE 1988/1992: various artists

  This record features music/performances by John Cage, Elliott Sharp/Carbon,
  Daniel Koskowitz, François Raulin/Louis Sclavis, Mike Sappol/Krackhouse,
  Dominique Regef, Alfred Harth/Peter Hollinger/Ferdinand Richard, A.M.I.S.
  Quartet, David Moss, Floros Floridis/Paul Lovens/Jean-Marc Montera, David
  Garland/Words Of Love, Danik Lazro/Joe McPhee, Pascal Comelade.

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with David Garland/Words Of Love:

    11/ My Pony's Falling                       (Garland)                4:15

    Recorded on May 6-7, 1989

  David Garland: keyboards, voice; Cinnie Cole: banjo, keyboard, voice; Ikue 
  Mori: electronic percussion, voice.

    1993 - Semantic (France), Vand'Oeuvre 9304 (CD)

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048 - I GUESS I JUST WASN'T MADE FOR THESE TIMES: David Garland

    1/ I Went To Sleep                          (B. Wilson, C. Wilson)   1:35
    2/ I Just Wasn't Made For These Times       (B. Wilson, T. Asher)    3:43
    3/ In My Room                               (B. Wilson, G. Usher)    2:35
    4/ Cabinessence                             (B. Wilson, V.D. Parks)  4:40
    5/ Guess I'm Dumb                           (B. Wilson, R. Titelman) 2:32
    6/ In The Back Of My Mind                   (B. Wilson)              3:02
    7/ Fall Breaks And Back To Winter           (B. Wilson)              2:58
    8/ I Wanna Pick You Up                      (B. Wilson)              2:41
    9/ You're So Good To Me                     (B. Wilson)              2:24
    10/ Don't Talk                              (B. Wilson, T. Asher)    3:03
    11/ Mt. Vernon And Fairway-Theme            (B. Wilson)              3:30
    12/ Sweet Mountain                          (B. Wilson, D. Sandler)  4:38
    13/ Wonderful                               (B. Wilson, V.D. Parks)  2:34
    14/ 'Til I Die                              (B. Wilson)              3:33
    15/ Meant For You                           (B. Wilson, M. Love)     0:55

    Recorded at Fifteenth Luquer, Brooklyn
    Produced by David Garland

  David Garland: voice, piano, DX7II, accordion, Pro-One analog synthesizer,
  guitar, flute, acoustic percussion; Ikue Mori: voice, electronic percussion;
  Cinnie Cole: voice, banjo; Gene Bryan Johnson (4): voice; Chris Cochrane
  (13): voice, electric guitar; Anne Garland (8): voice; Kenji Garland (8):
  voice; Akoshia String Quartet: Kate Light, Diane Bruce, Leslie Tomkins,
  Allen Whear.

    1993 - Music-Scene (Japan), MSI 10072 (CD)

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049 - ANGELICA 93: various artists

  A document from the third edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica
  which features Wolter Wierbos, Peter Kowald, Butch Morris, Dietmar Diesner, 
  Steve Beresford, Han Bennink, Hans Reichel, Tom Cora, Catherine Jauniaux, 
  Ikue Mori, Lindsay Cooper, Fred Frith, Gianni Gebbia, Lars Hollmer.

  Ikue Mori plays on two tracks with Butch Morris:

    19/ Conduction 31 - Angelica                                         6:13
    20/ Conduction 31 E1 - Angelica                                      4:29

    Recorded at the third Angelica International Music Festival, Bologne on
    May 13-18, 1993

  Han Bennink; Steve Beresford; Tom Cora; Dietmar Diesner; Catherine Jauniaux;
  Peter Kowald; Ikue Mori; Wolter Wierbos; Butch Morris: conduction.
 
    1994 - CaiCai Music (Italy), 004 (CD)

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050 - STEP TO ANOTHER WORLD MUSIC: various artists

  This record features Bob Ostertag, Skeleton Crew, Die Knodel, The Jellyfish
  Kiss, Il Gran Teatro Amaro, Fred Frith, The Hat Shoes, wernerBaertschi, The
  Ex/Tom Cora, Tenko, After Dinner, Massacre, No Secrets In the Family,
  Vibraslaps, Ferdinand & Les Philosophes, Camberwell Now, Negativland, Goz
  of Kermeur, Tiere der nacht, The Orthotonics, Zero Pop, Debile Menthol,
  Guigou Chenevier, No Safety, Romeo Vendrame.

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Vibraslaps:

    15/ Betty Boop                                                       2:15

    1994 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 50 (CD)
    2003 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 50 (CD)

  See VIBRASLAPS (1993) for further references.

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051 - LIVE IN LONDON: Vibraslaps

    1/ Ce Grand Neant
    2/ Pantheon

    Recorded at Conway Hall, London during the 1992 London Musicians Collec-
    tive Festival

  Ikue Mori: electronic percussions; Catherine Jauniaux: voice.

    1994 - Making of Americans (USA), MA-10 (7")

  Note: limited edition of 500 copies.

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052 - ISABELLE: Zeena Parkins

  Isabelle (1993)
    1/ Outside                                                           2:58
    2/ The Magician                                                      5:05
    3/ EL OUED: Romance                                                  1:36
    4/ Si Mahmoud Essadi: The Convert                                    5:00
    5/ La Petite Gironde: Victor Barrucand Lends A Hand                  1:37
    6/ Fever                                                             1:16
    7/ Monastery Of Kenadsa                                              2:12
    8/ AIN SEFRA: In Captivity And Flood                                 4:00
    9/ Oblivion Seekers                                                  2:42
    10/ The Breath Of Night                                              1:48
  Hup! (1992)
    11/ Look Out For Gail Garrity - Girl Wonder                          3:18
    12/ Chamber Of Eternal Wisdom                                        2:26
    13/ ... The Uncanny Feeling Of Being Watched                         3:08
    14/ "MY GOD! Have I flung Myself Into An Endless Void?"              1:34
    15/ Ju-Jitsu Jimmy - Impulse Beam Rising                             1:56

    (1-10) recorded at Baby Monster Studio in September 1993
    (11-15) recorded at Harmonic Ranch Studio in Fall 1992
    Produced by Zeena Parkins

  Zeena Parkins: sampler, electric harp, piano, snare drum, East Berlin toy;
  Lisa Crowder (1-10): piano; Margaret Parkins (1-10): cello; Sara Parkins 
  (1-10): violin; Ikue Mori (11-15): electric percussion.

    1995 - Avant (Japan), Avan 018 (CD)

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053 - PAINTED DESERT: Ikue Mori

    1/ Mojave                                   (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     6:58
    2/ Medicine Man                             (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     4:16
    3/ Desperado                                (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     3:26
    4/ Cheyenne                                 (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     5:17
    5/ El Dorado                                (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     7:31
    6/ Santa Ana Excursion                      (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     5:55
    7/ Gundown                                  (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     1:43
    8/ Painted Desert                           (Mori, Quine, Ribot)     9:31

    Recorded at Sear Sound, NYC on February 14, 15, and 16, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn

  Ikue Mori: drum machine; Robert Quine: guitars; Marc Ribot: guitars.

    1995 - Avant (Japan), Avan 030 (CD)

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054 - SAME SAME: Fast Forward

    1/ Simultaneous Music                       (Fast Forward)          27:32
    2/ The Yin-Yang Merger                      (Fast Forward)          20:26
    3/ Feeding Frenzy                           (FF, GK, IM)            24:45

    (1) recorded at Merkin Concert Hall, New York on November 12, 1992
    (2) recorded at Performing Space 122, New York on October 28, 1990
    (3) recorded at Lotus Arts on January 29, 1994

  Fast Forward: pedal steel guitar, peddlers drums, televisions, telephone
  books, cassettes, dishes, timbales, alarm sirens, water whistle; Michelle
  Kinney (1): cello, stretched adhesive tape; Takehisa Kosugi (1): violin,
  voice, stamping; David Moss (1): percussion, voice, electronics; David Shea
  (1): turntables; Alex Tobias (1): bodhran, penny whistle, harmonica; Yuval
  Gabay (2): tom-toms, brake drum, water whistle; James Lo (2): tom-toms,
  triggered voices, water whistle; Ben Neill (2): mutantrumpet, electronics,
  water whistle; Guy Klucevsek (3): accordion; Ikue Mori (3): drum machine.

    1995 - Experimental Intermedia Foundation (USA), XI 108 (CD)

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055 - HEX KITCHEN: Ikue Mori

    1/ Slush                                                             2:36
    2/ Woke Up Aghast                                                    3:18
    3/ Angler Fish                                                       3:48
    4/ Shiver                                                            3:10
    5/ Recipe                                                            4:09
    6/ Loops                                                             3:28
    7/ Kiss Of Fire                             (trad.)                  3:44
    8/ Eight Million Ways To Die                                         4:20
    9/ Clapper                                                           2:49
    10/ Dau Miu                                                          4:10
    11/ Hive                                                             5:13

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch Studio
    Produced by Ikue Mori

  Ikue Mori: drum machines, sampler, vocal; David Watson (2,11): bagpipe,
  guitar; Hideki Kato (2,6): bass; Catherine Jauniaux (3,4,7): vocal; Zeena
  Parkins (3,4,6,8,11): electric harp, keyboard, accordion; John Zorn (3):
  clarinet; Hahn Rowe (4,7,8): guitar, bass, violin; Jim Staley (10): trom-
  bone.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7201 (CD)

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056 - DEATH AMBIENT: Kato Hideki, Ikue Mori, Fred Frith

    1/ Prophecy                                                          7:23
    2/ Imperial Thorn                                                    7:49
    3/ Hedgetrimmer                                                      2:31
    4/ Alchemy                                                           2:41
    5/ Heart Set 1                                                       0:49
    6/ Rain                                                              1:57
    7/ Broken Blue                                                       2:18
    8/ Loquat Tree                                                       2:51
    9/ White Eye                                                         2:37
    10/ Coyote Got Away                                                  4:43
    11/ A Dead Staphyloccus Looks Like a Skull                           1:46
    12/ Heart Set 2                                                      0:31
    13/ Loading and Running                                              1:14
    14/ Flash                                                            5:33
    15/ Ways Out                                                         3:54

    Recorded at Green Point Studio
    Produced By Kato Hideki and Ikue Mori

  Kato Hideki: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines; Fred Frith: guitar.
  
    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7207 (CD)

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057 - 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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058 - 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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059 - NORTHERN DANCER: Jim Staley

    1/ Northern Dancer                          (Zorn, Staley)           2:40
    2/ Roast The Bird                           (Hirsch, Sharp, Staley)  8:34
    3/ Tomy Lee                                 (Mori, Williams, Staley) 6:12
    4/ Middleground                             (Mori, Williams, Staley) 7:52
    5/ Carry Back                               (Mori, Williams, Staley) 3:56
    6/ Whirlaway                                (Parkins, Mori, Staley)  6:26
    7/ Dark Star                                (Parkins, Mori, Staley) 15:57
    8/ Dancer's Image                           (Hirsch, Sharp, Staley) 10:16
    9/ Decidedly (for Sal Martirano)            (Staley)                 4:36

    (1) recorded live at Roulette, New York City on November 27, 1995
    (2,8) recorded live at Roulette, New York City on March 17, 1994
    (3,4,5) recorded live at Roulette, New York City on November 3, 1995
    (6,7) recorded live at Roulette, New York City on March 15, 1995
    (9) recorded live in Urbana, Illinois on October 4, 1995
    Produced by Jim Staley

  Jim Staley: trombone; John Zorn (1): alto; Shelley Hirsch (2,8): voice;
  Elliott Sharp (2,8): double-neck guitar/bass, clarinet; Ikue Mori (3,4,5,6,
  7): drum machines; Davey Williams (3,4,5): guitar; Zeena Parkins (6,7):
  electric harp.

    1996 - Einstein Records (USA), 006 (CD)

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060 - CROONING ON VENUS - OCEAN OF SOUND 2: various artists

  This record features Robert Wyatt, Sly And The Family Stone, Laurel 
  MacDonald, Milton Nascimento, Earthling, Royal Trux, Arthur Russell, Chet
  Baker, Stina Nordenstam, John Lee Hooker, Tim Buckley, Yanomami Young Men,
  Tenko/Ikue Mori, Yma Sumac, Scott Walker, Captain Beefheart, Lilacs, Julee
  Cruise, Martyn Bates and Mick Harris, Coldcut, Nico, Massive Attack, Tom 
  Jobim, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Beach Boys, Haruomi Hosono, Mary Margaret O'Hara,
  Dr John, Primal Scream, David Sylvian, John Martyn, Sheila Chandra, The 
  Future Sound Of London.

  Disc 1:
    13/ Rain                                    (Tenko, Mori)            3:52

    1996 - Virgin (UK), AMBT13 7243 8 41718 2.7 (2xCD)

  See DEATH PRAXIS (1993) for further references.

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061 - GARDEN: Ikue Mori

    1/ The Pit And The Pendulum                 (Mori)                   7:55
    2/ Abacus - Blue Parrot                     (Mori)                  10:39
    3/ Tool Box - Loops                         (Mori)                   7:59
    4/ Bamboo Battle                            (Mori)                   6:33
    5/ Donkey Diversion - Gull - Moon Desert    (Mori)                  11:05

    (1-3) recorded at Current Sound, on May 6 & 7, 1996
    (4,5) recorded at Kato Studio, on May 1-3, 1996
    Produced by Ikue Mori

  Ikue Mori: sampler, drum machines, effects, bamboo.

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7020 (CD)

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062 - FILMWORKS VI - 1996: John Zorn
 
  Soundtracks for three movies.

  Anton, Mailman (1996, directed by Dina Waxman):
    1/ Opening Credits/Hawaiian Postcard        (Zorn)                   2:57    
    2/ Work-A-Day World (Anton's Theme)         (Zorn)                   3:31
    3/ Seductress                               (Zorn)                   4:18
    4/ End Titles                               (Zorn)                   3:09

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City on July 15, 1996

  Marc Ribot: guitar; Greg Cohen: bass; Cyro Baptista: percussion; John Zorn:
  alto.

  Mechanics Of The Brain (1996, directed by Henry Hills):
    5/ Fireworks                                (Zorn)                   1:52
    6/ Surgery Montage                          (Zorn)                   1:47
    7/ Brain Scan                               (Zorn)                   1:05
    8/ Witches' Cauldron                        (Zorn)                   3:47
    9/ Houdini                                  (Zorn)                   3:12
    10/ Subliminal Perceptions                  (Zorn)                   1:45
    11/ Measuring                               (Zorn)                   1:34
    12/ MacBeth                                 (Zorn)                   3:05
    13/ Pendulum                                (Zorn)                   2:05
    14/ Mechanics Of The Brain                  (Zorn)                   1:58

    Recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City on March 1, 1996

  Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Marc Ribot: guitars; Ikue 
  Mori: drum machines; John Zorn: sound effects; Jason Baker (13): voice.

  The Black Glove (1996, directed by Maria Beatty):
    15/ Part One (Hot)                          (Zorn)                  19:47
    16/ Part Two (Cold)                         (Zorn)                   7:44

    Recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City on March 31, 1996

  John Zorn: sound design.

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7308 (CD)

  Note: not released yet (planned for November 19, 1996).

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063 - DUETS: Chris Brown

    1/ Parbuka                                                           6:54
    2/ Duo                                                              11:03
    3/ Duo                                                               6:50
    4/ Sync Or Swing                                                     9:44
    5/ Duo                                                              11:19
    6/ Hot Lunch                                                         8:34
    7/ Urge                                                              7:21

    Produced by Chris Brown

  Chris Brown: electronics; Tom Nunn (1,3,6,7): EPB, Space Plate; William
  Winant (2): Jew's harp, kanjira; Ikue Mori (4): drum-machines; Tom Djll (5):
  trumpet.

    1996 - Artifact (USA), ART 1016 (CD)

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064 - NOVA FEEDBACK: various artists

  This record features Gaji (1,2), Gastr del Sol (3), Screaming Pinch Hitter 
  (4), Costes (5,6,7,8), John King (9,10), Fast Forward (9,10), Ikue Mori (9),
  Kane (10), Music Start Against Young Assault (11,12).

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with John King and Fast Forward:

    9/ Metal Fatigue							 4:01

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City

  Fast Forward: chains, drums & hubcaps; John King: guitar, cables; Ikue Mori:
  drum machines.

    1996 - God Mountain (Japan), GMCD 020 (CD)

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065 - RIBBONS OF EUPHORIA: David Watson

    1/ indescribable title                                               4:50
    2/ indescribable title                                               3:05
    3/ indescribable title                                               4:55
    4/ Delicious                                                         4:40
    5/ Candy                                                             2:25
    6/ Steak Knives                                                      4:15
    7/ China White                                                       2:25
    8/ Long Short Long                                                   2:15
    9/ Leather Butoh I                                                   5:10
    10/ My Context Is Bigger Than Your Context                           1:30
    11/ Leather Butoh II                                                 2:05
    12/ Kun + Kun                                                        5:40
    13/ indescribable title                                              4:30

    (1-3,13) recorded in 1996
    (4-6) recorded in 1989
    (7,8) recorded live at Roulette, New York City in 1992
    (9,11,12) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City in 1993
    (10) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City in 1995

  Dunedin City, Green Island, McGlashan college pipe bands (1-3,13); David
  Watson (4-12): guitar, tapes; Ikue Mori (7,10): drum machines; Hideki Kato
  (7,9,11,12): bass; Leslie Ross (8): bassoon; Christine Bard (9,11,12):
  drums; Andrea Parkins (9,11,12): accordion; Otomo Yoshihide (9,11,12): turn-
  tables, guitar; Jim Felder (9,11,12): bagpipes; Chris Mann (10): voice; Jim
  Pugliese (10): percussion.

    1996 - Artspace (New Zealand), ??? (CD)

  Note: this CD is an audio companion to the publication MIDWEST and is not
  available separately.

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066 - SHOE STRING SYMPHONETTES: Marc Ribot

  Music composed to accompany the movies DEATH BY UNNATURAL CAUSES (1,5,14),
  LANDLORD BLUES (2,4,13), AELITA QUEEN OF MARS (3,6,12), PIECES FROM AN
  INCOMPLETE PROJECT (7,8,10,11), and SUMMER SALT (9).

    1/ Looks Like Hell                          (Ribot)                  2:17         
    2/ Hitman                                   (Ribot)                  2:07
    3/ Aelita Suite I                           (Ribot)                  6:46
      3a/ Martian
      3b/ Lost In Space
      3c/ More Martians
      3d/ Harping And Burning
      3e/ Prepare For Landing
    4/ Montuno                                  (Ribot)                  3:28
    5/ Bells                                    (Ayler)                  1:07
    6/ Aelita Suite II                          (Ribot)                  3:05
      6a/ Martian Telescope
      6b/ Men Of Science
    7/ Before The Prison Riot                   (Ribot)                  3:28
    8/ You Kill Him                             (Ribot)                  5:01
    9/ Surf's Down                              (Ribot)                  1:27
    10/ Paul's There                            (Ribot)                  2:22
    11/ Did You?                                (Ribot)                  2:05
    12/ Aelita Suite III                        (Ribot)                  6:54
      12a/ A Message From Mars
      12b/ Martian Battle/Avante Popolo
    13/ End Credits (Landlord Blues)            (Ribot)                  2:12
    14/ End Credits (Death By Unnatural Causes) (Ribot)                  2:54

    (1,5,14) recorded at Bear Track, New York City
    (2,4,13) recorded at Studio Crisp, New York City
    (3,6,12) recorded live at the Meltdown Festival, Royal Festival Hall, 
    London in 1995
    (end of 12b) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City
    (7,8,10,11) recorded at Studio 900, New York City in 1996
    (9) recorded at Splash Studios, New York City in 1993
    Produced by J.D. Foster

  Marc Ribot: guitars, sampler, trumpet, banjo, E-flat horn; Greg Cohen (1,
  14): bass; Jill Jaffe (1,7,8,10,11,14): violin, viola; Brad Jones (2,4,13): 
  bass; Bill Ware (2,4,13): vibraphone; Curtis Fowlkes (2,4,13): trombone; 
  Jim Nolet (2,4,13): violin; Roy Nathanson (2,4,13): saxophone; E.J. 
  Rodriguez (2,4,13): drums, percussion; Gregory Ribot (2,4,13): flute; Paul 
  Clarvis (3,6,12): drums, percussion; Dave Meric (3,6,12): keyboards; Phil 
  Boyden (3,6,12): violin; Helen Thomas (3,6,12): cello; Mike Kearsey (3,6,
  12): trombone; Anthony Coleman (12b): organ; Ikue Mori (12b): percussion;
  Jim Staley (12b): trombone; Dave Douglas (7,8,10,11): trumpet; Vicki Bodner 
  (7,8,10,11): oboe; Charlie Giordano (7,8,10,11): piano, keyboards; Mauro 
  Refosco (7,8,10,11): percussion; Maxine Neuman (7,8,10,11): cello; Tony 
  Garnier (7,8,10,11): bass; John Zorn (9): saxophone; Andy Haas (9): saxo-
  phone; Cyro Baptista (9): drums;

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7504 (CD)

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067 - 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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068 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: BURT BACHARACH: various artists

  This record features Wayne Horvitz (1), Marc Ribot (2), Dave Douglas (3), 
  Guy Klucevsek (4), Kramer (5), Erik Friedlander (6), Joey Baron (7), Zeena 
  Parkins (8), Marc Ribot (9), Fred Frith (10), Medeski/Martin & Wood (11), 
  Elliott Sharp (12), Marie McAuliffe (13), Mike Patton (14), Lloyd Cole and 
  Robert Quine (15), Anthony Coleman's Selfhaters (16), Yuka Honda and Sean 
  Lennon (17), Shelley Hirsch (18), Bill Frisell (19), Eyvind Kang (20).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Close To You                                                      2:24
    2/ Don't Go Breaking My Heart                                        2:52
    3/ Wives And Lovers                                                  8:35
    4/ Who Gets The Guy? / This Guy's In Love With You                   3:43
    5/ Walk On By                                                        3:05
    6/ Promises, Promises                                                5:49
    7/ Alfie                                                             3:29
    8/ Freefall                                                          3:47
    9/ Don't Go Breaking My Heart                                        3:28
    10/ Trains And Boats And Planes                                      4:52
  Disc 2:                                                                
    11/ Do You Know The Way To San Jose                                  3:50
    12/ The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance                                 3:39
    13/ I Say A Little Prayer                                            6:11
    14/ She's Gone Away                                                  3:35
    15/ I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself                         3:20
    16/ A House Is Not A Home                                            5:01
    17/ The Look Of Love                                                 3:55
    18/ What's New Pussycat?                                             3:59
    19/ What The World Needs Now Is Love                                 4:21
    20/ I Took My Strength From You (I Had None)                         6:21

    All music by Burt Bacharach, all lyrics by Hal David
    Recorded August-October 1996

  Robin Holcomb (1): vocals; Julie Wolf (1): vocals; Wayne Horvitz (1): pre-
  pared piano; Timothy Young (1): guitars; Marc Ribot (2,9): guitar; Charlie 
  Giordano (2): keyboards; Greg Cohen (2): bass; Christine Bard (2): drums; 
  Dave Douglas (3): trumpet; Scott Robinson (3): bass saxophone, piccolo, 
  flute; Uri Caine (3): piano; Guy Klucevsek (4): accordion; Kramer (5): all 
  intruments, vocals; Erik Friedlander (6): cello; Chris Speed (6): clarinet;
  Andrew D'Angelo (6): bass clarinet; Drew Gress (6): bass; Joey Baron (7): 
  drums; Zeena Parkins (8): harps, organ; Sara Parkins (8): violin; Ikue Mori 
  (8): electric percussion; Fred Frith (10): all instruments, vocals; John 
  Medeski (11): Mellotron, organ, electric piano; Chris Wood (11): bass; Billy 
  Martin (11): drums; Elliott Sharp (12): all instruments; Marie McAuliffe 
  (13): piano; David Hofstra (13): bass; Kevin Norton (13): drums; Robert 
  Henke (13): flugelhorn; Clare Daly (13): tenor; Chris Washburne (13): trom-
  bone; Mike Patton (14): vocals, keyboards; William Winant (14): percussion, 
  hammered dulcimer; David Slusser (14): theremin; Trey Spruance (14): guitar;
  Michael Peloquin (14): harmonica; Lloyd Cole (15): guitar, vocals; Robert 
  Quine (15): guitars; Anthony Coleman (16,18): keyboards, trombone, vocals, 
  accordion; Doug Wieselman (16): clarinet; Jim Pugliese (16): percussion, 
  trumpet; Yuka Honda (17): keyboards, vocals; Sean Lennon (17): guitar, 
  keyboards, drums, vocals; Shelley Hirsch (18): vocals; Jim Staley (18): 
  trombone; Jon Hodges (18): background vocals; Max Lyandvent (18): background 
  vocals; Bill Frisell (19): guitar; Eyvind Kang (20): erhu, acoustic and 
  electric violins; Mint (20): bass, keyboard, drums, finger cymbals, alto 
  recorder.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7114-2 (2xCD)

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069 - BIT-PART ACTOR: David Watson, Ikue Mori and Machine for Making Sense

    1/ Goodbye Goodbye
    2/ Ring Of Wrath
    3/ Death Poll
    4/ Strep
    5/ Seven Pillars
    6/ Good Hand
    7/ Crash Course
    8/ Sites
    9/ Laugh Track
    10/ Osaka Snow Freeze
    11/ Exposure
    12/ Consensual
    13/ Slack Wire Artist
    14/ Suffer Time
    15/ Destroying Angel
    16/ Odd Beater
    17/ Short Cut
    18/ Water Music
    19/ Blue Mountain
    20/ It

    Recorded in Sydney, Australia in November 1994

  Jim Denley: sax, flute; Ikue Mori: drum machines; Rik Rue: tapes, samples;
  Amanda Stewart: voice; David Watson: guitar.

    1997 - Braille Records (New Zealand), 014 (CD)

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070 - ARNHEM LAND: Andy Haas

    1/ Escarpment                                                        4:19
    2/ Mortuary Rites                                                    4:07
    3/ The Lightning Man                                                 3:33
    4/ Sub-incision                                                      5:57
    5/ Burial Cave                                                       4:36
    6/ Green Ant Song                                                    6:07
    7/ The Burning Earth                                                 4:35
    8/ Cicatrix                                                          2:27
    9/ Ochred Bones                                                      4:10
    10/ In The Belly Of The Snake                                        6:11
    11/ Song For The Dead                                                2:38
    12/ Undreamt                                                         3:07

    (1,6,10) recorded at Harmonic Ranch, New York City
    (2,3,5,7,9,11,12) recorded at 6/8 Studios, New York City
    (4,8) recorded at Speed of Sound, New York City
    Produced by Andy Haas

  Andy Haas: didjeridu; Ikue Mori (1,10): drum machine; Cyro Baptista (2,7,
  11): berimbau, wood percussion, metal percussion; Keiji Haino (3,9,12): 
  voice; Fred Frith (4,8): guitar; Anthony Coleman (5): organ; Makigami Koichi 
  (6): voice.

    1997 - Avant (Japan), Avan 048 (CD)

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071 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: SERGE GAINSBOURG: various artists 

  This record features Elysian Fields (1), Mike Patton (2), Wayne Horvitz &
  Robin Holcomb (3), Cyro Baptista (4), Kramer (5), Ikue Mori (6), Fred Frith
  (7), Jon (8), Ruins (9), Anthony Coleman (10), Eszter Balint (11), David 
  Shea (12), Eyvind Kang (13), Steve Beresford (14), Blonde Redhead (15), John
  Zorn (16), Cibo Matto (17), Medeski/Martin & Wood (18), Shelley Hirsch (19),
  Franz Treichler (20), Marc Ribot (21).

    1/ Les Amours Perdues                       (Gainsbourg)             3:29
    2/ Ford Mustang                             (Gainsbourg)             2:41
    3/ Bonnie And Clyde                         (Gainsbourg)             5:08
    4/ La-Bas C'est Naturel                     (Gainsbourg)             5:40
    5/ 69 Année Erotique                        (Gainsbourg)             4:17
    6/ Pauvre Lola                              (Gainsbourg)             2:49
    7/ The Ballad Of Melody Nelson              (Gainsbourg)             1:50
    8/ Les Sucettes                             (Gainsbourg)             2:44
    9/ L'Homme A Tête De Chou                   (Gainsbourg)             3:18
    10/ Ce Mortel Ennui                         (Gainsbourg)             4:10
    11/ Un Poison Violent, C'est Ca L'Amour     (Gainsbourg)             5:05
    12/ Initials B.B.                           (Gainsbourg)             3:48
    13/ Sous Le Soleil Exactement               (Gainsbourg)             3:44
    14/ Couleur Café                            (Gainsbourg)             3:07
    15/ La Chanson De Slogan                    (Gainsbourg)             3:47
    16/ Contact                                 (Gainsbourg)             2:20
    17/ Je T'Aime, Moi Non Plus                 (Gainsbourg)             4:21
    18/ Intoxicated Man                         (Gainsbourg)             3:31
    19/ Comic Strip                             (Gainsbourg)             1:59
    20/ Requiem Pour Un Con                     (Gainsbourg)             5:00
    21/ Black Trombone                          (Gainsbourg)             3:44

    Recorded during April-July 1997
    All songs produced by the artists themselves

  Jennifer Charles (1): vocals; Oren Bloedow (1): guitar, bass, drums; Ed 
  Pastorini (1): Casiotone; Mike Patton (2): vocals, all instruments; Robin 
  Holcomb (3): vocals; Wayne Horvitz (3): all instruments; Reggie Watts (3): 
  vocals; Cyro Baptista (4): percussion; Olivier Glissant (4): vocals, accor-
  dion; Kramer (5): vocals, all instruments; Tess (5): background vocals; 
  Haena Kim (6): vocals; Marc Ribot (6,11,21): guitars, vocals; Ikue Mori (6): 
  drum machines; Fred Frith (7): vocals, all instruments; Jon (8): vocals, 
  harmonium; Yoshida Tatsuya (9): vocals, drums; Sasaki Hisashi (9): bass; 
  Anthony Coleman (10): vocals, piano; Doug Wieselman (10): Eb clarinet; 
  Michaël Attias (10): baritone saxophone; Yael Bitton (10): background 
  vocals; Eszter Balint (11): vocals; J.D. Foster (11): bass, organ; Robert 
  Rodriguez (11): drums; Tiziana Shea (12): vocals; David Shea (12): all 
  instruments; Michelle Amar (13): vocals, sound effects; Eyvind Kang (13): 
  all instruments; Steve Beresford (14): vocals, all instruments; Kazu Makino 
  (15): vocals; Amadeo Pace (15): guitar; Simone Pace (15): drums; John Zorn 
  (16): all vocals; Miho Hatori (17): vocals, electric guitar; Yuka Honda 
  (17): keyboards; Timo Ellis (17): drums, vocals; Sean Lennon (17): bass, 
  acoustic guitar, vocals; Fred Kevorkian (17): "l'amant français"; John 
  Medeski (18): organ, vocals; Chris Wood (18): bass; Billy Martin (18): 
  drums; Shelley Hirsch (19): all vocals; Franz Treichler (20): all instru-
  ments; Tronte (20): all instruments.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7116 (CD)

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072 - CRAYON: various artists

  The CD companion of this special issue dedicated to Jackson Mac Low features
  Malcolm Goldstein (1), Gordon Mumma (2), Hazel Smith (3), cris cheek (4),
  The Splatter Trio (5), Daniel Goode (6,14), Moniek Darge & Godfried-Willem
  Raes (7), Andrew Culver (8), Anne Tardos/Jackson Mac Low & Andrew Bolotowsky
  (9), Alvin Curran (10,11), Gerry Hemingway & Andrew Levy (12), Charlie
  Morrow (13), David Behrman (15), Warren Burt (16), Jeremy Bernstein (17),
  Jim Staley/Ikue Mori and Davey Williams (18), Eric Andersen (19), Tui St.
  George Tucker (20), Kenny Goldsmith (21).

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Jim Staley and Davey Williams:

    18/ Whiskery                                (Staley)                 5:06

    1997 - Crayon (USA), Premier Issue (magazine+CD)

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073 - WAX AND WANE: David Watson & the Wax

    1/ Field Recording (Ludlow St.)             (Watson)                 1:00
    2/ The Wack Theme                           (Watson)                 3:26
    3/ Mescalator                               (Watson)                 2:47
    4/ Blue Out                                 (Watson)                 4:03
    5/ Trailer Yoshihide                        (Watson)                 5:25
    6/ Whirl                                    (Watson)                 3:35
    7/ Trailer Gallagher                        (Watson)                 3:00
    8/ Rush                                     (Watson)                 2:15
    9/ 2:47 am                                  (Watson)                 3:50
    10/ Dead Hand                               (Watson)                 4:20
    11/ The Snakes                              (Watson)                 2:05
    12/ Metal Rat                               (Watson)                 6:25
    13/ The Wane Theme                          (Watson)                 4:45

    (10,12) recorded at Baby Monster, New York City in 1993
    (1,2,5,6,7,9) recorded at Lo Blood, New York City in 1994
    (3,8,11) recorded at Nightshift, New Zealand in 1996
    (4,13) recorded at Lucky Wrench, New York City in 1997
    Produced by David Watson

  David Watson: guitar, bagpipes, tapes; Kato Hideki (2,6,9,10,12): bass gui-
  tar; Andrea Parkins (2,5,7,9,10,12): accordion, keyboards; Evan Gallagher
  (5,6,7): keyboards; Ed Ware (1,2,4,9,13): drums; Dave Cappello (5,6,7):
  drums; Ikue Mori (2,6,9,10,12): drum machines; Christine Bard (4,13): drums;
  Louis Burdette (10,12): drums; Yuri Lemeshev (4,13): accordion; Otomo
  Yoshihide (5,10): turntables; James Felder (10): bagpipes.

    1997 - Dr Jim's (Australia), Dr Jim 21 (CD)

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074 - B/SIDE: Ikue Mori

  Music for the films of Abigail Childs -- B/SIDE (1996), GEEK LOVE (1994),
  and THROUGH THE LOOKING LASS (1992).

  B/Side                                        (Mori)
    1/ Awakening                                                         3:54
    2/ Lucy & Friends                                                    0:53
    3/ Latino Interactive                                                1:29
    4/ Passage 1                                                         2:17
    5/ Cop Song                                                          2:46
    6/ Passage 2                                                         2:10
    7/ Dream                                                             2:02
    8/ Fortuno's Song                                                    2:44
    9/ Love-Secret                                                       3:08
    10/ Bulldozer Song                                                   6:10
  Geek Love                                     (Mori)
    11/ Geek Love                                                        4:44
  Through The Looking Lass:                     (Mori)
    12/ Snow White's Dream                                               7:37
    13/ Epilogue                                                         1:36

    (1,4,6,10) recorded at Studio 900, New York City in June 1997
    (2,3,7,9) recorded at Studio Pass, New York City in May 1996
    (3,5,8,11) recorded at Studio Pass, New York City in April 1994
    (12) recorded at Speed of Sound Studio, New York City in August 1997    

  Ikue Mori: sampler, drum machines; Zeena Parkins: accordion, electric harp,
  sampler; Kato Hideki: basses; Anthony Coleman: organ; Erik Friedlander:
  cello; David Watson: guitar; Andy Haas: didjeridu; Tenko: vocals.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7508 (CD)

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075 - ILE BIZARRE: Diane Labrosse, Ikue Mori, Martin Tétreault

    1/ Belli Machina                            (DL,IM,MT)               3:27
    2/ Ad Ventum Capere Grandes Machinae        (DL,IM,MT)               7:20
    3/ Marinae Creaturae                        (DL,IM,MT)               4:38
    4/ Magneticum Phaenomenon                   (DL,IM,MT)               4:17
    5/ Subterraneus Labyrinthus                 (DL,IM,MT)               4:20
    6/ Monopodii Et Cyclopes                    (DL,IM,MT)               3:08
    7/ Diurna Et Nocturna Insecta               (DL,IM,MT)               7:44
    8/ Fossiles Et Extra Tempum                 (DL,IM,MT)               3:20
    9/ Simplicia Animales                       (DL,IM,MT)               7:30
    10/ Sacri Et Profani Ritus                  (DL,IM,MT)               2:39
    11/ Lactea Via                              (DL,IM,MT)               5:02

    Recorded at Studio 270, Monreal in July 1997
    Produced by Diane Labrosse

  Diane Labrosse: samplers; Ikue Mori: electronic percussions; Martin
  Tétreault: turntables.

    1998 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 055 CD (CD)

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076 - PSYCHO-ACOUSTIC: Tetsu Inoue

    1/ Q-tip                                    (Inoue)                  5:32
    2/ Tonic Bit                                (Inoue)                  5:36
    3/ Dot Hack                                 (Inoue)                  6:19
    4/ Psycho Plastic                           (Inoue)                  4:26
    5/ Modu Lotion                              (Inoue)                  5:05
    6/ Rebeat Reduction                         (Inoue)                  2:30
    7/ All Natural                              (Inoue)                  2:30
    8/ Plug                                     (Inoue)                  3:10
    9/ Tom & Tone                               (Inoue)                  6:59

  Tetsu Inoue; Ikue Mori (9): drum machine.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7213 (CD)

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077 - TEXACO NEW YORK JAZZ FESTIVAL RADIO SERIES LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY:
  various artists

  This 6xCD set features Jazz Passengers with Debbie Harry, JP Trio, Leon
  Parker & Steve Wilson, Eliane Elias, Bluiett Baritone Saxophone Group, Amina
  Claudine Myers, Lee Konitz Trio, Thomas Chapin with Brass, Han Bennink & Ray
  Anderson, Marty Ehrlich & Bobby Previte, Bailey/Metheny/Bendian/Wertico,
  Eclecticism, Bill Frisell Quartet with Joe Lovano, Thomas Chapin with
  Strings, Cecil Taylor, William Parker's In Order to Survive, Reggie Workman
  Ensemble, Steve Lacy, Assif Tsahar & Susie Ibarra, Marilyn Crispell & Gerry
  Hemingway, Charles Gayle Trio, Charlie Hunter Quartet, Easy Pour Spout,
  Odyssey the Band, Hooker/Spearman/DJ Olive, Steven Bernstein's Sex Mob,
  Briggan Krauss, Don Byron with Biz Markie & Existential Dred, Mark Dresser
  Trio, Andy Laster's Hydra, George Lewis & Min Xio Fenn, Masaoka/Mori/
  Dresser, Elliott Sharp's Orchestra Carbon, Drew Gress' Jagged Sky, Badlands,
  Anthony Coleman Trio, Myra Melford, Andy Statman & Bob Meyer, Naftule's
  Dream, Hasidic New Wave, Paradox Trio, Pachora.

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with the Masaoka/Mori/Dresser Trio:

  Disc 5:
    10/ untitled                                (Masaoka, Mori, Dresser)5:15    
                                                                        
  Miya Masaoka: koto; Ikue Mori: electronics; Mark Dresser: bass.

    1998 - Knitting Factory (USA), no catalog # (6xCD, promo ony)

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078 - TZADIK RADIO HOUR: John Zorn

  This promo only record features John Zorn's Masada (1,18), Eyvind Kang (2), 
  Klekta Red (3), Mamoru Fujieda (4), Rodd Keith (5), Anthony Coleman (6), 
  Ikue Mori (7), Steve Beresford (8), Zubi Zuva (9), Ken Butler (10), Gisburg
  (11), Naftule's Dream (12), Alvin Curran (13), Naná Vasconcelos (14), 
  Compostela (15), Makigami Koichi (16), Yuji Takahashi (17).

    1/ Eitan					(Masada)		 2:36
    2/ Inevitability/The Engagement		(Eyvind Kang)
    3/ Galician Dance				(Klekta Red)
    4/ the First Collection Pattern II		(Mamoru Fujieda)
    */ talk by John Zorn #1						 1:35
    5/ Do The Pig				(Rodd Keith)
    6/ Belz					(Anthony Coleman)
    7/ Dream					(Ikue Mori)
    */ talk by John Zorn #2						 2:53
    8/ Starfish					(Steve Beresford)
    9/ Johannes					(Zubi Zuva)
    10/ Stuck Behind A Truck			(Ken Butler)
    */ talk by John Zorn #3						 1:57
    11/ The Woman Is Perfected			(Gisburg)
    12/ So Nu					(Naftule's dream)
    13/ Animal Behavior				(Alvin Curran)
    14/ Forro Para Antero			(Naná Vasconcelos)
    */ talk by John Zorn #4						 3:20
    15/ View In A Box				(Compostela)
    16/ Zakuro					(Makigami Koichi)
    17/ Mimi No Ho				(Yuji Takahashi)
    18/ Eitan					(Masada)		 4:19
 
    Produced by David Garland

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), no catalog number (CD)

  Note: all the tracks are already available.

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079 - 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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080 - ANGELICA 1997: various artists

  A document from the seventh edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica
  which features Dagmar Krause (1), Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna
  (2), Dagmar Krauss and Marie Goyette (3,17), Stock, Hausen & Walkman (4,7,
  13,14), Trio Magneto (5,20), Mike Patton/Bob Ostertag/Otomo Yoshihide House
  of Discipline (6,21), Tenko/Ikue Mori Death Praxis (8), Ground Zero (9), 
  Uchitashi Kazuhisa/Ikue Mori/Bob Ostertag (10), Diane Labrosse and Martin 
  Tétreault (11), Otomo Yoshihide (12), Chris Cutler p53 (15), Bob Ostertag 
  (16), Marie Goyette and Mike Patton (18), collective improvisation (19), 
  Jean Derome/Bob Ostertag/Mirko Sabatini (22), Marie Goyette (23).

  Ikue Mori plays on three tracks, one with Death Praxis:

    8/ Downtown Sister                          (Death Praxis)           3:30

  Tenko: vocals; Ikue Mori: percussion, electronics.

  one with Uchitashi Kazuhisa and Bob Ostertag:

    10/ Passo A 3                               (UK,IM,BO)               1:53

  Uchitashi Kazuhisa: electric guitar, effects; Bob Ostertag: sampler; Ikue
  Mori: electronic percussion.

  and on the collective improvisation:

    19/ !cudegokalalumosospasashatetewaot       (almost everybody)       6:41

  Chris Cutler; Jean Derome; Marie Goyette; Uchihashi Kazuhisa; Diane
  Labrosse; René Lussier; Ikue Mori; Bob Ostertag; John Oswald; Mike Patton;
  Mirko Sabatini; Andrew Sharpley; Tenko; Martin Tétreault; Matt Wand; Otomo
  Yoshihide.

    All recorded at the Angelica Festival, Bologna during May 6-11, 1997

    1998 - I Dischi di Angelica (Italy), IDA 013 (CD)

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081 - MYSTERY: Death Praxis

    1/ Monkey Puzzle                                                     3:45
    2/ Demon In My View                                                  3:19
    3/ The Cat Who Wasn't There                                          2:03
    4/ Mrs. Pollifax And Hong Kong Buddha                                3:44
    5/ Devices And Desires                                               2:37
    6/ Scold's Bridle                                                    3:34
    7/ Payment In Blood                                                  2:36
    8/ Deer Leap                                                         3:04
    9/ I Is For Innocent                                                 4:33
    10/ Bloodshot                                                        1:45
    11/ Elegy For Soprano                                                2:54
    12/ Bum Steer                                                        6:21
    13/ Magic                                                            3:14
    14/ Bad Seed                                                         2:34
    15/ Metal Dream                                                      2:24
    16/ Economic Noise                                                   2:54
    17/ Fortune Cookie                                                   0:34
    18/ Rain                                                             4:05
    19/ Glow Worm                                                        7:10
    20/ Lullaby                                                          2:25
    21/ When The Sun Shines I Can See Your Mind                          2:11
    22/ I Know You                                                       4:29

    (1-12) recorded at 33 1/3 Recording, New York in April 1998, and at B.C.
    Studio, New York in June 1998
    (13-22) recorded at Dessau Studio, New York City in 1992
    Produced by Death Praxis

  Tenko: vocals; Ikue Mori: drum machines, sampler; Anthony Coleman: organ;
  Eyvind Kang: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7217 (CD)

  Note: (13-22) were already available on DEATH PRAXIS (1993).

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082 - THE OPIUM WAR: Zeena Parkins

  A Radio Play by Zeena Parkins (music) and Ana Maria Simo (text).

    1/ The Bedroom Over The Butcher Shop - Night                         7:54
    2/ The Butcher Shop - Next Morning                                   4:15
    3/ The Bedroom - Later That Morning                                  4:23
    4/ The Butcher Shop - That Night                                     3:16
    5/ Chinatown - Later That Night                                      2:01
    6/ The Butcher Shop - A Month Later - Morning                        3:07
    7/ The Dining Room - That Evening                                    5:39
    8/ The Butcher Shop - A Month Later - Evening                        1:49
    9/ The Bedroom - That Night                                          1:46
    10/ The Butcher Shop - Dawn                                          2:43
    11/ The Parlor - Two Months Later - Afternoon                        9:00
    12/ The Bedroom - That Evening                                       2:53
    13/ The Parlor - That Night                                          2:09
    14/ The Parlor - Next Morning                                        7:17
    15/ The Psychiatric Ward - A Month Later - Morning                   4:53
    16/ The Living Room - Six Months Later - Morning                     4:52
    17/ The Bedroom - That Night                                         2:35

    Recorded at Studio ZOAR and 6/8 Studios
    Produced by Zeena Parkins

  Zeena Parkins: sampler, electric harp; Ikue Mori: electric percussion; DJ
  Olive: turntables; David Shea: turntables; Tenko: voice; Margaret Parkins:
  cello; Joseph Trump: percussion; Chris Cochrane: electric guitar, voice;
  D.D. Dorveillier: voice; Jonathan Bepler: voice.

    1999 - Einstein Records (USA), Einstein 010 (CD)

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083 - AMBIANCES MAGNETIQUES VOLUME 4 - MYSTERE: various artists

  This record features Pierre Tanguay and Tom Walsh (1), Patrice Desbiens (2),
  Robert Marcel Lepage and Martin Tétreault (3), Fred Frith Guitar Quartet (4,
  15), Pierre Cartier (5), René Lussier and Martin Tétreault (6), Jean Derome
  (7), René Lussier (8), Jean Derome and Joane Hétu (9), Klaxon Gueule (10),
  Jean Derome et les Dangereux Zhoms (11), René Lussier and Pierre Tanguay
  (12), Dianne Labrosse/Ikue Mori/Martin Tétreault (13), Joane Hétu's Castor
  et Compagnie (14), L'Orkestre des Pas Perdus (16).

    13/ Sacri Et Profani Ritus                  (DL,IM,MT)               5:12

    1999 - Ambiances Magnétiques (Canada), AM 070 CD (CD)

  See ILE BIZARRE (1998) for further references.

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084 - HALLELUJAH, ANYWAY - REMEMBERING TOM CORA: Tom Cora and various artists

  Disc 1:
    1/ Cuimhnean Phiobair                       (Sean Potts)             1:47
    2/ The Gospel Of Gone                       (Cora)                   3:21
    3/ Halts                                    (Roof, Paul Haines)      5:11
    4/ Talking To The Tree                      (Frith, Jauniaux)        2:58
    5/ Saint Dog                                (Cora)                   6:55
    6/ Seafaring                                (Denio, Visser)          4:50
    7/ Two-Day 'Til Tomorrow                    (Cora)                   1:14
    8/ In Memory Of                             (Bennett, Haruna)        4:36
    9/ Jim                                      (Cora)                   3:48
    10/ Just A Dream                            (Kraabel, Edwards)       3:23
    11/ Today                                   (Cochrane)               2:16
    12/ Marseille Shout                         (Oriental Fusion)        4:02
    13/ Love, Love, Love                        (Horvitz)                2:16
    14/ Casey R.                                (Cora, Frith, Zorn)      3:29
    15/ Weaklings                               (Third Person)           3:53
    16/ Der Glater Bulgar                       (Dave Tarras)            5:06
    17/ The President Of The United States      (TC,LS,RT,CZ)            3:16
    18/ Light Sentence                          (Cora)                   2:35
    19/ The Week Tom Died                       (Azam)                   5:00
    20/ There Will Be A Happy Meeting           (traditional)            2:53
  Disc 2:
    21/ The Flute's Tale                        (The EX, Cora)           4:38
    22/ Burning Hoop                            (Cora)                   3:01
    23/ Pitter Patter Panther                   (collective)             2:16
    24/ Tomcat                                  (Masaoka, Ochs, Ostertag)5:08
    25/ Tom Wood                                (Hemingway)              4:42
    26/ Mr. TC                                  (Sharp, Uitti)           5:24
    27/ Jelly Roll Stomp                        (Jelly Roll Morton)      3:12
    28/ Fence                                   (Parkins)                1:54
    29/ Vepiranka                               (Bittova, Cora)          3:24
    30/ Intenda                                 (Cora)                   5:00
    31/ Tromba Marina A Cora                    (Collins)                2:10
    32/ Hoppas Att Det Gar/Total Preparation    (Hollmer, Cora, Combo)   5:09
    33/ Yellow Smile                            (Rowe)                   3:12
    34/ Two Days 'Til Tomorrow                  (Cora)                   5:09
    35/ Jesus Speak To Me                       (traditional)            1:27
    36/ Radiotraces                             (Cora proc. by Dimuzio)  5:12
    37/ One More Time                           (Cora, Cutler, Frith)    3:12
    38/ Tom's Lament                            (Kramer)                 4:24
    39/ Zach's Flag                             (Cora)                   3:04

    (1) recorded at the corner church in June 1998
    (2) recorded on the street in Tokyo in September 1998
    (3) recorded at Lagerhaus, Bremen in June 1997
    (4) recorded at the Tom Cora Memorial Concert in May 1998
    (5) recorded at Water Music, Hoboken in November 1990
    (6) recorded at Fish Made Studio, Zürich and Bendy Thing & Spaciouser
    Spoot Studios, Seattle
    (7,18) recorded at Bisi Studio, Brooklyn during Summer 1983
    (8) recorded at Mescaluna, Nishinomiya & Polarity, Tokyo in November 1998
    (9) recorded at Sound of Music Studios, Richmond (VA)
    (10) no recording information
    (11) recorded at Noise, New York in 1987
    (12) recorded at Studio Cactus, Marseille in September 1997
    (13) recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle in November 1998
    (14) recorded at WKCR-FM, New York in April 1983
    (15) recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City in 1990
    (16) recorded at G.O.K. Sound, Tokyo during Summer 1995
    (17) recorded live at Bard College in May 1993
    (19) recorded at Thierry Azam's home in April 1998
    (20,22) recorded at Harold Dessau Studio, New York in 1990
    (21) recorded live on VPRO Radio 3, La Stampa in August 1991
    (23) recorded live in Ohio around 1981
    (24) recorded at Division Studio, San Francisco in September 1998
    (25) recorded at Roulette, New York City in November 1998
    (26) recorded live in Amsterdam in 1998
    (27) recorded at CBGB's, New York City in April 1985
    (28) recorded at 6/8 Studios, New York in February 1997
    (29) recorded at Studio V-Zlin in May 1997
    (30) recorded at Studio CCAM, Vand'Oeuvre-les-Nancy in 1989
    (31) no recording information
    (32) recorded at Manda-la 2, Tokyo in March 1989
    (33) recorded in 1998
    (34) recorded in 1996-1998
    (35) recorded in June 1998
    (36) no recording information
    (37) recorded live at Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers in March 1998
    (38) recorded at Virginia's during Christmas 1998
    (39) recorded at Sunrise, Switzerland during Christmas 1983
    Produced by Fred Frith and Peter Hardt

  Tom Cora (3,5,7,12,14,15,17,18,20-23,27,29,30,32,34,37,39): cello, accor-
  dions, voice; Lesli Dalaba (1): trumpet; Umezu Kazutoki (2): alto; Nakao
  Kanji (2): soprano; Hayashi Eiichi (2): alto; Tada Yoko (2): alto; Katayama
  Hiroaki (2): tenor; Nomoto Kazuhiro (2): baritone saxophone; Shimizu Kazuto
  (2): bass clarinet; Ohara Yutaka (2): trombone; Sekijima Takerou (2): tuba;
  Kondo Tatsuo (2): accordion; Keichi (2): percussion; Phil Minton (3): voice;
  Luc Ex (3,21): bass; Michael Vatcher (3): drums; Fred Frith (4,14,18,27,37,
  39): guitar, home-made instruments, bass; Catherine Jauniaux (4): voice;
  Pippin Barnett (5,9): drums; George Cartwright (5,18): saxophones; Ann Rupel
  (5): bass; Davey Williams (5): guitar; Amy Denio (6): voice, percussion,
  guitar, alto, piano innards, text; Jeroen Visser (6): collage, mastering;
  Samm Bennett (8,15): drums, samples; Ito Haruna (8); Barry Bless (9): accor-
  dion; Danny Finny (9): tenor; Robbie Kinter (9): percussion, keyboard;
  George Lowe (9): bass clarinet; Dave Yohe (9): bass; Caroline Kraabel (10):
  saxophone; John Edwards (10): bass; Chris Cochrane (11): voice; Zeena
  Parkins (11,27,28): piano; Hakim Hamadouche (12): lute, voice; Edmond
  Hosdikian (12): alto; Barre Phillips (12): bass; Ahmed Compaore (12): drums;
  Wayne Horvitz (13): piano; John Zorn (14,23): alto, game calls, mouthpieces,
  soprano, clarinet; Marc Ribot (15): guitar; Takeda Kenichi (16): taisho-
  koto; Okuma Wataru (16,32): clarinet, chorus, piano; Iwate Hiroshi (16):
  saxophone; Chino Shuichi (16): keyboard; Koyama Tetsuto (16): bass; Nakao
  Kanji (16): drums; Kasuga Hirobumi (16): guitar; Leo Smith (17): trumpet,
  small instruments; Richard Teitelbaum (17): synthesizer; Carlos Zingaro
  (17): violin; Mark Howell (18): guitar; Rick Brown (18): drums; Thierry
  Azam (19): all instruments; Terrie Ex (21): guitar; Andy Ex (21): guitar;
  Katrin Ex (21): drums; G.W. Sok (21): vocals; Eugene Chadbourne (23): gui-
  tar, voice, tape effects; David Licht (23): drums; Kramer (23,38): cheap
  organ, voice, all instruments (on (38)); Miya Masaoka (24): koto; Larry Ochs
  (24): tenor; Bob Ostertag (24): samples; Gerry Hemingway (25): percussion;
  Elliott Sharp (26): guitar; Frances-Marie Uitti (26): cello; Sara Parkins
  (28): violin; Margaret Parkins (28): cello; Iva Bittova (29): violin, voice;
  Momo Rossel (30): guitar; Bratko Bibic (30): accordion; Jean-Vin Huguenin
  (30): bass; Nicolas Collins (31): backwards electric guitar; Rorie (32):
  chorus, marimba; Kimura Shinya (32): drums; Shinoda Masami (32): baritone
  saxophone; Nishimura Takuya (32): bass; Hahn Rowe (33): all instruments;
  Wolfgang Mitterer (34): piano, prepared piano; Tyson Rogers (35): piano;
  Thomas Dimuzio (36): digital editing and processing; Chris Cutler (37):
  drums, processing; Tess (38): voice.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7602 (2xCD)

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085 - STONE, BRICK, GLASS, WOOD, WIRE (GRAPHIC SCORES 1986-1996): Fred Frith

  Disc 1:
    1/									13:19
      1a/ Goongerah							 4:20
      1b/ Tokyo								 2:15
      1c/ Firewood						 	 6:42
    2/ 									11:17
      2a/ Screen							 3:38
      2b/ Dry Stone I							 4:59
      2c/ Dry Stone II							 2:39
    3/ 									 8:43
      3a/ Bricks For Six						 4:10
      3b/ Vlissingen							 4:33
    4/ Skylight								 3:27
    5/ Dry Stone II							 4:17
    6/ Bricks For Six							 1:48
    7/ 									 4:12
      7a/ Dry Stone I							 2:03
      7b/ Dry Stone II							 2:09
    8/ 									 1:38
      8a/ Skylight (extract)						 0:31
      8b/ High Tension (extract)					 1:07
    9/ Roof								 1:28
    10/									 5:59
      10a/ Screen							 3:40
      10b/ High Tension							 1:33
      10c/ Zürich							 0:46
    11/ Athens								 3:39
    12/ Firewood							 1:49
  Disc 2:
    13/									33:39
      13a/ Green							 5:54
      13b/ Dry Stone II							 6:50
      13c/ Improvisation						 1:34
      13d/ Roof								 1:54
      13e/ Improvisation						 1:45
      13f/ Reykjavik							 4:02
      13g/ Vlissingen							 5:15
      13h/ Improvisation						 1:17
      13i/ Skylight V (extract)						 5:18
    14/ 								 6:35
      14a/ Improvisation						 5:28
      14b/ Tokyo (extract)						 1:06
    15/ Screen								 5:49
    16/ Jahresringe							 4:34
    17/ Firewood							 6:23

    (6-8) recorded live at the Angelica Festival Internazionale di Musica, 
    Bologna in May 1992
    (3-5) recorded live at the Festival International de Musique Actuelle de 
    Victoriaville, Quebec in October 1992
    (1-2) recorded live at the Time Festival, Vooruit, Gent in May 1994
    (9-12) recorded live at the Jazz Marathon, Groningen in October 1994
    (13-17) recorded live at the Kulturzentrum Dieselstrasse, Esslingen in 
    October 1995
    Produced by Massimo Simonini and Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: violin, guitar, direction; Ikue Mori (all but (6-8)): drum com-
  puters; Zeena Parkins (all but (6-8)): harp, electric harp, accordion; 
  Olivia Bignardi (6-8): clarinet, bass clarinet; Daniela Cattivelli (6-8): 
  alto; Jean Derome (3-5): alto, baritone saxophone, flutes; Hans Koch (13-
  17): saxes, clarinets; Roberto Paci Dalo (6-8): clarinet, bass clarinet; 
  Mariette Rouppe Van Der Voort (9-17): soprano, flute, alto flute; Co Streiff
  (9-17): tenor, baritone saxophone; Raymund Van Santen (1-2,9-12): alto; 
  Peter Vermeersch (1-2): tenor, clarinet; Takashi Yamane (1-2): bass clari-
  net; Stefano Zorzanello (6-8): soprano, flute; Lesli Dalaba (3-5): trumpet;
  Ferdinando D'Andria (6-8): trumpet, violin; Bart Maris (1-2,9-17): trumpet;
  Salvatore Panu (6-8): trombone; Giorgio Simbola (6-8): bombardino; Paolo 
  Angeli (6-8): guitar; Claudio Lanteri (6-8): guitar; René Lussier (1-5): 
  guitar, daxophone; Jean-Marc Montera (9-12): guitar; Silvia Fanti (6-8): 
  accordion; Guy Klucevsek (3-5): accordion; Filomena Forleo (6-8): piano; 
  Myra Melford (3-5): piano; Daan Vandewalle (1-2,9-12): piano; Christine 
  Wodraszka (13-17): piano; Pierangelo Galantino (6-8): violin, double bass;
  Lelio Giannetto (6-8): double bass; Han Bennink (1-5): drums; Chris Cutler
  (9-12): drums; Ahmed Compaore (13-17): drums; Andrea Martignoni (6-8,13-17):
  percussion; Mario Martignoni (6-8): percussion; Pino Urso (6-8): percussion;
  Nicola Zonca (6-8): marimba; Marco Dalpane (6-8): keyboards; Fred Giuliani
  (9-12): samples; Margareth Kammerer (6-8): voice; Didier Roth (1-5): brico-
  lage; Massimo Simonini (6-8): records, CDs, Casio SK1.
    
    1999 - I Dischi di Angelica (Italy), IDA 014 (2xCD)

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086 - 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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087 - SYNAESTHESIA: Death Ambient

    1/ Pink Jewel Anemone Cluster               (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    3:27
    2/ Demon Within                             (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    1:44
    3/ Agony & Desire                           (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    4:19
    4/ Sacred Obsession                         (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:32
    5/ Bone Collector                           (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:13
    6/ Carnival Death                           (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:29
    7/ Mirage Of Memory                         (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:52
    8/ Synaesthesia                             (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    5:21
    9/ Satori                                   (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    3:54
    10/ Schizoid                                (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    1:07
    11/ Sowing Death                            (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    3:12
    12/ The Deep                                (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    7:10
    13/ Way In                                  (Hideki, Mori, Frith)    2:22

    Recorded at B.C. Studio, New York in June 1999
   
 Kato Hideki: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7226 (CD)

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088 - ONE HUNDRED ASPECTS OF THE MOON: Ikue Mori

    1/ The Moon And The Abandoned Old Woman     (Mori)                   2:41
    2/ A Buddhist Monk Receives Cassia Seeds On A Moonlit Night
                                                (Mori)                   2:06
    3/ Monkey Music Moon                        (Mori)                   3:06
    4/ Musashi Plain Moon                       (Mori)                   4:12
    5/ How Noisy The Sound Of Insects Calling In The Meadow As For Me, I
       Make No Sound But Think Of Love          (Mori, Laure)            2:50
    6/ Moon Of The Lonely House                 (Mori)                   2:10
    7/ Cloth-Beating Moon                       (Mori)                   2:38
    8/ Dawn Moon And Tumbling Snow              (Mori)                   1:38
    9/ Joganden Shooting Moon                   (Mori)                   0:32
    10/ Lunacy                                  (Mori)                   1:13
    11/ Received Back Into Moon Palace          (Mori, Poe)              3:00
    12/ Like A Reflection In The Moon           (Mori)                   3:33
    13/ Glimpse Of The Moon                     (Mori)                   4:30
    14/ The Moon's Inner Vision                 (Mori)                   1:22
    15/ Mountain Moon After Rain                (Mori)                   2:47
    16/ Birthdays                               (Mori)                   7:37

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City in March and September 1999
    Recorded live at Roulette, New York City in December 1998
    Recorded live at Frank Booth, Brooklyn in November 1999
    (16) recorded at Speed of Sound, Brooklyn in April 1999
    Produced by Ikue Mori

  Theo Bleckmann: vocals; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ; Eyvind Kang: violin;
  Erik Friedlander: cello; Kato Hideki: bass; Ikue Mori: drum machines;
  Makigami Koichi (3,4): vocals.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7055 (CD)

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089 - TRAFFIC CONTINUES: Fred Frith, Ensemble Modern

  Traffic Continues I:				(Frith)
    1/ Inadvertent Introduction						 0:53
    2/ First Riddle                       				 2:30
    3/ Traffic II                         				 4:25
    4/ Third Riddle             					 2:13
    5/ Lourdement Gai  							 1:06
    6/ Traffic III/Traffic I 						 2:17
    7/ Freeway/Shadow Of A Tree On Sand					 5:28
    8/ Fragile Finale							 9:40
  Traffic Continues II: Gusto (For Tom Cora)	(Frith)
    9/ Introduction: Limbo						 1:55
    10/ Adage A/At Your Earliest Hesitation				 4:45
    11/ Gyrate/Adage B							 3:25
    12/ Not If I See You First						 1:17
    13/ Any Other World							 1:27
    14/ A Good Top Tongue						 0:16
    15/ Nose At Nose 							 0:56
    16/ Will Cast Some Light On 					 1:32
    17/ Adage D/Neither Fire Nor Place					 0:45
    18/ Monkey Lens Diphtong String					 3:34
    19/ Howdywhoola							 0:17
    20/ No Convenient Time 						 3:30
    21/ One Never Knows Do One?/Adage Coda/Long Fade			11:34

    Recorded at "Das TAT im Bockenheimer Depot", Frankfurt on December 14-17,
    1998

  Fred Frith: guitar, musical director; Franck Ollu (1-8): conductor; Ikue 
  Mori (9-21): drum machines; Zeena Parkins (9-21): harp, electric harp;
  Ensemble Modern: Uwe Dierksen (trombone), Roland Diry (clarinet), Thomas
  Fichter (double bass, electric bass), Heinz Huber (accordion, on (9-21)),
  Michael M. Kasper (cello), Freya Kirby (violin), Susan Knight (viola), 
  Hermann Kretzschmar (piano, sampler), Catherine Milliken (oboe, bass oboe,
  English horn), Bruce Nockles (trumpet), Rumi Ogawa-Helferich (percussion,
  cymbalom), Franck Ollu (horn), Rainer Roemer (percussion), Noriko Shimada
  (bassoon, contrabassoon), Wolfgang Styri (saxophone, contrabass clarinet),
  Hilary Sturt (violin), Dietmar Wiesner (flute, bass flute, piccolo).

    2000 - Winter & Winter (Germany), W&W 910 044-2 (CD)

  Note: Part II is built around samples of Tom Cora (cello) from the sampling
  CD ETYMOLOGY.

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090 - LATER...: Mark Dresser, Fred Frith, Ikue Mori

    1/ Pocket                                   (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   1:29
    2/ Hello, I Must Be Going                   (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   6:26
    3/ Downtown, Top Corner                     (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   4:53
    4/ Points Follow                            (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   4:05
    5/ We Build                                 (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   5:32
    6/ Bottle                                   (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   5:10
    7/ Describe It Either                       (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   4:24
    8/ The Soul Hovers                          (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   8:34
    9/ Code                                     (Dresser, Frith, Mori)   0:45

    Recorded at Studio Mobius, San Francisco on April 26 & 27, 1994
    (8) recorded live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco on April
    27, 1994

   Mark Dresser: bass; Fred Frith: guitar, guitar on a table, violin, piano,
   organ; Ikue Mori: electronic percussion.

    2000 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 070 (CD)"

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091 - BLUE CURTAIN: MAGICALLY 14TH STREET: Phoebe Legere

    1/ MANsexdeathmoneyfameHATTAN  		(Legere) 		16:25
    2/ Magically 14th St.  			(Legere) 		13:55
    3/ Gone   					(Legere)		 1:04
    4/ Fun?   					(Legere)		10:26
    5/ Democracy   				(Legere)		 4:04
    6/ Democracy 2  				(Legere)		 7:54
    7/ Moose 					(Legere)		 3:17

    Produced by Jim Staley 

  Phoebe Legere: vocals, keyboards, midi accordion, piano, harmonica, toys;
  Ikue Mori: electronic percussion; Jim Staley: trombone; Todd Horton: trum-
  pet; Steve Butters: percussion, vibes.

    2000 - Einstein (USA), EIN 015 (CD)

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092 - KIM GORDON, DJ OLIVE, IKUE MORI

    1/ Olive's Horn                             (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    4:22
    2/ International Spy                        (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    2:41
    3/ Neu Adult                                (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    2:35
    4/ Paperbag/Orange Laptop                   (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    6:18
    5/ Stuck On Gum                             (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    4:05
    6/ Fried Mushroom                           (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    8:25
    7/ What Do You Want? (Kim)                  (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    3:55
    8/ Lemonade                                 (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    6:38
    9/ We Are The Princesses                    (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    3:36
    10/ Take Me Back                            (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    4:25
    11/ Take It To The Hit                      (Gordon, Mori, Olive)    7:32

    Recorded at Tribeca Recording Center, New York Center

  Kim Gordon; DJ Olive; Ikue Mori; Yuka Honda (10).

    2000 - SYR (USA), SYR 5 (CD)
    2000 - SYR (USA), SYR 5 (2xLP)

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093 - VOLUME: BED OF SOUND: various artists

  This record features Adriana Sa (1), Alvin Lucier (2), Arto Lindsay (3), Ben
  Rubin (4), Bob Ostertag (5), Butch Morris (6), Carl Stone (7), Chop Shop 
  (8), Chris Carter (9), Chris Cutler (10), C.M. von Hausswolff (11), Cosey 
  Fanni Tutti (12), David Behrman (13), Beth Coleman (a.k.a. DJ Singe) and 
  Howard Goldkrand (14), Ed Campion (15), Ellen Fullman (16), Frank Rothkamm
  (17), Genesis P-Orridge (18), Genken Montgomery (19), Howard Shorer/Ornette 
  Coleman/LPO (20), i-sound (21), Ikue Mori (22), Impossible Music (23), Joel
  Chadabe (24), John Duncan (25), John Hudak (26), Kaffe Matthews (27), Keenan
  Lawler (28), Lauren Weinger (29), Maryanne Amacher (30), Matt Heckert (31),
  Michael J. Schumacher (32), Muhal Richard Abrams (33), Nicolas Collins (34),
  Paul de Marinis (35), Sonic Youth (36), Steinski (37), Telectu (38), The 
  Residents (39), Tod Dockstader (40), Vernon Reid (41), Vito Acconci (42), 
  Zeena Parkins (43).

    1/ [untitled]				(Adriana Sa) 
    2/ [untitled]				(Alvin Lucier) 
    3/ [untitled]				(Arto Lindsay) 
    4/ [untitled]				(Ben Rubin) 
    5/ [untitled]				(Bob Ostertag) 
    6/ [untitled]				(Butch Morris) 
    7/ [untitled]				(Carl Stone) 
    8/ [untitled]				(Chop Shop) 
    9/ [untitled]				(Chris Carter) 
    10/ [untitled]				(Chris Cutler) 
    11/ [untitled]				(C.M. von Hausswolff) 
    12/ [untitled]				(Cosey Fanni Tutti) 
    13/ [untitled]				(David Behrman) 
    14/ [untitled]				(Coleman, Goldkrand) 
    15/ [untitled]				(Ed Campion) 
    16/ [untitled]				(Ellen Fullman) 
    17/ [untitled]				(Frank Rothkamm) 
    18/ [untitled]				(Genesis P-Orridge) 
    19/ [untitled]				(Genken Montgomery) 
    20/ [untitled]				(Shore, Coleman, LPO)
    21/ [untitled]				(i-sound) 
    22/ [untitled]				(Ikue Mori) 
    23/ [untitled]				(Impossible Music) 
    24/ [untitled]				(Joel Chadabe) 
    25/ [untitled]				(John Duncan) 
    26/ [untitled] 				(John Hudak) 
    27/ [untitled]				(Kaffe Matthews) 
    28/ [untitled]				(Keenan Lawler) 
    29/ [untitled]				(Lauren Weinger) 
    30/ [untitled]				(Maryanne Amacher) 
    31/ [untitled]				(Matt Heckert) 
    32/ [untitled]				(Michael J. Schumacher) 
    33/ [untitled]				(Muhal Richard Abrams) 
    34/ [untitled]				(Nicolas Collins) 
    35/ [untitled]				(Paul de Marinis) 
    36/ [untitled]				(Sonic Youth) 
    37/ [untitled]				(Steinski) 
    38/ [untitled]				(Telectu) 
    39/ [untitled]				(The Residents) 
    40/ [untitled]				(Tod Dockstader) 
    41/ [untitled]				(Vernon Reid) 
    42/ [untitled]				(Vito Acconci) 
    43/ [untitled]				(Zeena Parkins) 

    2001 - P.S. 1 (USA), ??? (CD)

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094 - 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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095 - 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).

    67/ If...                                   (Ikue Mori)		 0:45

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

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

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096 - BITSTREAMS - FROM THE EXHIBITION AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART:
  various artists

  This 2xCD set features Jim O'Rourke (1), The Spacewurm (2), Marina Rosenfeld
  (3), Andrea Parkins (4), DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid (5), Pamela Z (6), 
  David Gamper (7), Elliott Sharp (8), Gregory Whitehead (9), Töshöklabs (10), 
  Brandon LaBelle (11), Ann Hamilton and Andrew Deutsch (12), Ikue Mori (13), 
  Laminar (14), Stephen Vitiello (15), DISC (16), A Grape Dope (17), Brian 
  Conley (18), John Hudak (19), DJ Olive (20).

  Disc 2:
    13/ The Peony Lantern			(Ikue Mori)		 6:23

    2001 - Jdk Productions (Belgium), JDK06 (2xCD)

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097 - DOWNTOWN 81: various artists

  This record features Gray (1,9), Kid Creole and the Coconuts (2,14),
  Tuxedomoon (3), Liquid Liquid (4), DNA (5,16), James White and the Blacks
  (6,8), The Lounge Lizards (7,12), Lydia Lunch (10), Coati Mundi (11), Pablo
  Calogero (13), Suicide (15), Chris Stein (17), The Plastics (18), Walter
  Steding and the Dragon People (19), Rammelzee vs. K-Rob (20).

    1/ So Far So Real                           (Gray)                   1:15
    2/ K Pasa-Pop I                             (Kid Creole)             7:00
    3/ Desire                                   (Tuxedomoon)             4:43
    4/ Cavern                                   (Liquid Liquid)          2:32
    5/ Blonde Redhead                           (DNA)                    1:41
    6/ Sax Maniac                               (James White)            5:10
    7/ I'm A Doggy                              (Marvin Pontiac)         3:30
    8/ Contort Yourself                         (James White)            4:52
    9/ Drum Mode                                (Gray)                   3:21
    10/ The Closet                              (Lydia Lunch)            2:51
    11/ Palabras Con Ritmo                      (Coati Mundi)            4:38
    12/ Bob The Bob                             (The Lounge Lizards)     2:05
    13/ Tangita                                 (Pablo Calogero)         3:30
    14/ Mr. Softee                              (Kid Creole)             4:01
    15/ Cheree                                  (Suicide)                3:41
    16/ Detached                                (DNA)                    1:28
    17/ 15 Minutes                              (Chris Stein)            0:45
    18/ Copy                                    (The Plastics)           3:09
    19/ New Day                                 (Walter Steding)         3:18
    20/ Beat Bop                                (Rammelzee vs. K-Rob)    8:10

    2001 - Virgin (France), 724381016329 (CD)

  Note: this movie was supposed to be called DOWNTOWN BEAT.

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098 - LABYRINTH: Ikue Mori

    1/ The Gaze Of Basilisk                     (Mori)                   4:55
    2/ Quetzalcoatl #1                          (Mori)                   2:22
    3/ Fox Tail                                 (Mori)                   2:42
    4/ Labyrinth                                (Mori)                   5:26
    5/ Day Of Locusts                           (Mori)                   3:08
    6/ Kaleidoscope                             (Mori)                   3:10
    7/ Quetzalcoatl #2                          (Mori)                   3:24
    8/ Pulse                                    (Mori)                   2:15
    9/ Peony Lantern                            (Mori)                   6:26
    10/ Civitella Daze                          (Mori)                   5:23
    11/ Kismet                                  (Mori)                   3:23

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn in December 2000
    Produced by Ikue Mori

  Ikue Mori: computer, drum machine.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7068 (CD)

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099 - WITNESS: Dave Douglas

    1/ Ruckus                                   (Douglas)                4:45
    2/ Witness                                  (Douglas)                8:16
    3/ One More News                            (Douglas)                3:03
    4/ Woman At Point Zero                      (Douglas)                7:40
    5/ Kidnapping Kissinger                     (Douglas)                3:02
    6/ Mahfouz                                  (Douglas)               23:51
    7/ Episode For Taslima Nasrin               (Douglas)                4:41
    8/ Child Of All Nations                     (Douglas)                7:14
    9/ Sozaboy                                  (Douglas)                3:59

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on December 13 & 14, 2000
    Produced by Dave Douglas

  Dave Douglas; Chris Speed; Joe Daley; Mark Feldman; Erik Friedlander; Drew
  Gress; Bryan Carrott; Michael Sarin; Ikue Mori; Joshua Roseman; Yuka Honda;
  Tom Waits.

    2001 - Bluebird/BMG (USA), 09026-63763-2 (CD)

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100 - FLYING SPARKS AND HEAVY MACHINERY: Annie Gosfield

    1-3/ EWA7                                   (Gosfield)              42:23
    4/ Flying Sparks And Heavy Machinery        (Gosfield)              14:38

    (1-3) recorded at Mission Sound, Brooklyn on January 20-21, 2001 and at
    the EWA7 factory in Nuremberg, Germany on July 20, 1999
    (4) recorded at Avatar, New York City on January 27, 2001
    (1-3) produced by Annie Gosfield and Roger Kleier
    (4) produced by Annie Gosfield

  Annie Gosfield (1-3): sampling keyboard; Roger Kleier (1-3): guitar; Ikue
  Mori (1-3): electronics; Jim Pugliese (1-3): drums, percussion; Sim Cain
  (1-3): drums, percussion; Hans-Gunter Brodmann (1-3): metal factory percus-
  sion; Matthias Rosenbauer (1-3): metal factory percussion; Flux Quartet (4):
  Tom Chiu (violin), Cornelius Dufallo (violin), Kenji Bunch (viola), Darrett
  Adkins (cello); Talujon Percussion Quartet (4): Michael Lipsey, Dominic
  Donato, Tom Kolor, Jim Pugliese.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7069 (CD)

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101 - TOUCH RINGTONES: various artists

  This record features John Hudak (1), Oren Ambarchi (2), John Dexter 
  Zetterquist (3), Johannes Bergmark (4), The birth of newsprint (5), Security
  clearance code (6), Chris Watson (7), Thor McBurnie (8), Neophyte (9), Doug
  Quinn (10), Touch 33 (11), Bigert & Bergstrom (12), Radio Bulgaria (13,49),
  Cecilia Heisser (14), Brandon LaBelle (15), La illaha (16), AER (17,27,85),
  The world of Gilbert & George 1 (18), Evan Parker (19), Ken Ikeda (20), 
  Raymond Cass (21), Leif Elggren (22), Lily Otic (23), Black Sabbath Riot 
  Milwaukee 1980 (24), Richard Bell (25), Regina Lund (26), Rosalind Waters 
  (28), The Conet Project (29), Ake Hodell (30), Forty thirty (31), Atau 
  Tanaka (32), Tobias Free-Jones (33), Crosby Binge (34), Brendon Walls (35),
  People like us (36), Gen Ken Montgomery (37), Grime (38), The world of 
  Gilbert & George 2 (39), Marcus Davidson (40), Paul Williams (41), Lary 7 
  (42), Carl Michael von Hausswolff (43), New Order (44), Venoz TKS (45), 
  Homage to rhythm & sound (46), Serrata (47), Simon Fisher Turner (48), 
  Agniesz +++ka Lewalski (50), Alku 2000 (51), Andreas Karperyd (52), Hazard
  (53), Fear (54), AER.7 (55), Farmersannual (56), Disinformation (57), 
  Carsten Nicolai (58), DJ Guacamole (59), Bruce Gilbert (60), KREVmorse (61),
  D (62), Edward G Lewis (63), Edwin van der Heide (64), Fennesz (65), Hommage
  to Pan Sonic (66), Joel Stern (67), The world of Gilbert & George 3 (68), 
  Ikue Mori (69), Hecker (70), On the beach (71), i.d. (72), Heitor Alvelos 
  (73), Kaffe Matthews (74), Main (75), Rosy Parlane (76), Gilbert & George 
  (77,84), Scala (78), A ringtone from under the floorboards (79), Mika 
  Vainio (80), Mark Van Hoen (81), Monika Nystrom (82), S.E.T.I. (83), Phil
  Niblock and Guy de Bievre (86), Thomas Lehn (87), Ryoji Ikeda (88,98), The
  Portuguese cleaner (89), Preacher talking backwards (90), PITA (91), snd 
  (92), IT! (93), Zbigniew Karkowski (94), MSCHarding (95), Francesco López 
  (96), Joel Stern and Anthony Guerra (97), 11.09 &ndash (99).

    69/ Trickling O 				(Ikue Mori)		 0:07

    2001 - Touch (UK), Tone 14CD (CD)

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102 - 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).
 
    10/ Smell                                   (Jauniaux, Mori)   	 4:56

  Ikue Mori (10); Catherine Jauniaux (10): vocals.

    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.
  Note: (10) was already available on JEWEL BOX (1992).

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103 - SONGBIRD SUITE: Susie Ibarra Trio

    1/ Azul                                     (Ibarra)                 4:15
    2/ Songbird Suite                           (Ibarra)                 8:40
    3/ Trance No. 1                             (Ibarra)                 5:32
    4/ Illumination                             (Ibarra)                 4:03
    5/ Trance No. 2                             (Mori, Ibarra)           2:28
    6/ Flower After Flower                      (Ibarra)                 5:43
    7/ Nocturne                                 (Ibarra)                 4:42
    8/ Trance No. 3                             (Ibarra)                 5:15
    9/ Passing Clouds                           (Ibarra)                 5:12

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City
    Produced by Susie Ibarra

  Susie Ibarra: drums; Craig Taborn: piano, samples, electronics; Jennifer
  Choi: violin; Ikue Mori (5,6,9): laptop computer.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7702 (CD)

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104 - COBRA - JOHN ZORN'S GAME PIECES VOLUME 2: John Zorn

    1/ Pendet                                   (Zorn)                   4:47
    2/ Tabanan                                  (Zorn)                  10:45
    3/ Uluwati                                  (Zorn)                   5:25
    4/ Tamangiri                                (Zorn)                   7:50
    5/ Paras                                    (Zorn)                   6:07
    6/ Sangeh                                   (Zorn)                  11:25
    7/ Penganggahan                             (Zorn)                  10:40
    8/ Raksasa                                  (Zorn)                   4:40
    9/ Goa Gajah                                (Zorn)                   6:50

    Recorded at Avatar
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jennifer Choi: violin; Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Trevor
  Dunn: bass; Mark Dresser: bass; Josh Roseman: trombone; Marcus Rojas: tuba;
  Ikue Mori: laptop computer; Annie Gosfield (1,2,4,6-9): sampler; Jamie Saft:
  keyboards; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Cyro Baptista: percussion; Susie 
  Ibarra: drums; Derek Bailey (3,5): guitar; John Zorn: prompter.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7335 (CD)

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105 - BLACK NARCISSUS: Mephista

    1/ The Children's Hour
    2/ Black Narcissus
    3/ Willow's Weep
    4/ Cabbalussa
    5/ Poison Ivy
    6/ Black Widow
    7/ Legend Of Pele
    8/ Leda And The Swan
    9/ Laughing Medusa

  Susie Ibarra: drums; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Ikue Mori: electronics.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7704 (CD)

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106 - THE SHEER FROST ORCHESTRA: DROP, HOP, DRONE, SCRATCH, SLIDE & A: Marina
  Rosenfeld

    Recorded live at the Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, New
    York City on April 26, 2001

  Sheer Frost Orchestra 2001: Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir (guitar), Andrea Claire
  (guitar), Nilsa Colon (guitar), Barbara Ess (guitar), Chiara Giovando (gui-
  tar), Daniella Fabricius (guitar), Zhenya Merkulova (guitar), Kari McKahan
  (guitar), Josephine Meckseper (guitar), Marina Rosenfeld (guitar), Yvonne
  Senouf (guitar), Brooke Williams (guitar), Alexandra Gardner (laptop), Kaffe
  Matthews (laptop), Ikue Mori (laptop), Kristin Norderval (laptop), Keiko 
  Uenishi (laptop).

    2002 - Charizma (Austria), CHAR 018 (CD)  

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107 - HEMOPHILIAC: Mike Patton, Ikue Mori, John Zorn

  Disc 1:
    1/ Skin Eruptions                                                   11:18
    2/ Edema                                                            15:15
    3/ Stretch Marks                                                     7:12
    4/ The Stitch                                                        1:17
    5/ Malabsorption                                                     8:52
    6/ High Anxiety                                                     11:15
    7/ Dizzy Spells                                                      3:58
    8/ Mood Swing                                                        4:16
  Disc 2:
    9/ Gotu Kola                                                         8:31
    10/ Black Kohosh                                                     4:01
    11/ The Squaw Vine                                                   7:22
    12/ Blessed Thistle                                                  8:49
    13/ Silymarin                                                        1:56
    14/ Red Clover                                                       6:27
    15/ Chlorophyll Enemas                                              14:15
    16/ The Black Radish                                                 2:13
    17/ Essence Of Primrose                                              3:26
    18/ Dong Quai                                                        7:57

    No recording information available
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mike Patton: voice, electronics; Ikue Mori: drum machines, electronics; John
  Zorn: alto, voice.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 0001 (2xCD)

  Note: limited edition of 2,500 copies (signed by Zorn, Patton & Mori).

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108 - THE 25TH NINTH WORLD MUSIC RELEASE: various artists

  This record features Mark Cunningham, Walter Prati, Johannes Bauer, Diane 
  Labrosse, Ko DeRegt, Yasushi Miura/P.O. Jorgens, Ikue Mori, Arve Henriksen,
  Amanda Stewart, Pat Thomas, Carlos Zingaro, Victor Nubla, Ian Smith,
  Krztysztof Knittel, Fred Van Hove, John Tchicai, Jorgen Teller, Raymond
  Strid, Joëlle Léandre, Günter Müller, Pierre Dorge, Floros Floridis, Martin
  Klapper, Zvi Joffe, T.S. Hoeg.

    8/ Midnite Express                          (Ikue Mori)              2:14

    2002 - Ninth World Music (Denmark), NWM 025 (CD)

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109 - LIVE AT TONIC - VOLUME 1: 1999 TO 2002: various artists

  This record features Arto Lindsay (1), Emergency (2), Joey Baron & Vinicius
  Cantuária (3), Dougie Bowne's Peninsula (4), Derek Bailey & Min Xiao-Fen
  (5), Erik Friedlander/Sylvie Courvoisier/Ikue Mori (6), Z'ev/Ikue Mori/Keiji
  Haino (7), Susie Ibarra Trio (8), Loren Mazzacane Connors & Kim Gordon (9),
  Marina Rosenfeld & Raz Mesinai (10).

  Ikue Mori plays on two tracks:

    6/ Opaline                                  (EF,SC,IM)               7:57

    Recorded at Tonic, New York City on December 30, 1999

  Erik Friedlander: cello; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Ikue Mori: drum machine.

  and: 

    7/ Road To Infinity                         (Z'ev, Mori, Haino)      9:02

    Recorded at Tonic, New York City on November 15, 1999

  Z'ev: percussion; Ikue Mori: drum machine; Keiji Haino: guitar.

    2002 - Tonic (USA), TON-101 (CD)

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110 - LUMINOUS AXIS (THE CARAVANS OF WINTER AND SUMMER): Wadada Leo Smith

    1/ Garden Of The Heart
    2/ Perfect Essence
    3/ Radiant Light Gushing From The Sun
    4/ Night Splendor, A Certain Moon Flow
    5/ Tango
    6/ Beauty
    7/ Fountain (Immortality)
    8/ Garden Of The Soul
    9/ Apples, Dates And Pomegranates
    10/ Light, Ginger, Olives And Musk
    11/ Harp: A Gleaming Sama
    12/ Fountain (Lore)
    13/ Caravans Of Winter And Summer
    14/ Camphor
    15/ The Traveler

  Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet and fugelhorn with electronics; Ikue Mori: compu-
  ter-driven electronics; Chris Brown: computer-driven electronics; Mark
  Trayle: computer-driven electronics; Tim Perkis: computer-driven electro-
  nics; John Bischoff: computer-driven electronics; William Winant: percus-
  sion.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7083 (CD)

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111 - VOORUIT GELUID FESTIVAL: various artists

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

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with Dave Douglas:

    9/ Witness					(Dave Douglas)

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

  See WITNESS (2001) for further references on (9).

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112 - FREAK IN: Dave Douglas

    1/ Freak In                                                          3:47
    2/ Culver City Park                                                  7:19
    3/ Black Rock Park                                                   4:54
    4/ Hot Club Of 13th Street                                           2:12
    5/ Eastern Parkway                                                   5:36
    6/ November                                                          5:41
    7/ Porto Alegre                                                      5:57
    8/ The Great Schism                                                  4:36
    9/ Wild Blue                                                         2:59
    10/ Maya                                                             6:51
    11/ Traveler There Is No Road                                        7:54
    12/ The Mystic Lamb                                                  7:22

  Dave Douglas: trumpet, keyboards, voice; Jamie Saft: keyboards, loops, pro-
  gramming; Marc Ribot: electric guitar; Karsh Kale: tabla, additional drums;
  Joey Baron: drums; Romero Lubambo: acoustic guitar; Brad Jones: Ampeg baby
  bass, acoustic bass; Ikue Mori: electronic percussion; Seamus Blake: saxo-
  phone; Chris Speed: saxophone, clarinet; Craig Taborn: Fender Rhodes;
  Michael Sarin: drums; Stephanie Stone (7): vocals.

    2003 - Bluebird/RCA Victor (USA), 09026 6064008 (CD)

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

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

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

    Recorded between August 2002 and January 2003

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

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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114 - ROUGH TRADE SHOPS POST PUNK VOL 01: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Gang of Four (1), Les Georges Leningrad (2), The Pop
  Group (3), LilliPUT (4), The Rapture (5), Delta 5 (6), The Slits (7), The
  Rogers Sisters (8), Pigbag (9), ESG (10), Swell Maps (11), Au Pairs (12),
  New Age Steppers (13), Public Image Limited (14), DNA (15), Life Without
  Buildings (16), UK Decay (17), Scritti Politti (18), The Flying Lizards
  (19), The Prats (20), Liquid Liquid (21), Wire (22), Bush Tetras (23), The
  Futureheads (24), James White And The Blacks (25), World Domination
  Enterprises (26), Blurt (27), Family Fodder (28), Gramme (29), Magazine
  (30), The Raincoats (31), bIG FLAME (32), 23 Skidoo (33), Chicks On Speed
  (34), Erase Errata (35), Shockheaded Peters (36), The Fall (37), Young
  Marble Giants (38), Crispy Ambulance (39), XTC (40), Mo-Dettes (41), Fats
  Comet And The Big Sound (42), Essential Logic (43), Maximum Joy (44).

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with DNA:

    15/ You And You                             (DNA)

    2003 - Mute (UK), cdstumm224 (2xCD)

  See DNA (1978) for further references on (15).

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115 - NEW YORK NOISE: DANCE MUSIC FROM THE NEW YORK UNDERGROUND 1978-1982:
  various artists

  This record features Liquid Liquid (1), Konk (2), The Dance (3), Material
  (4), Lizzy Mercier Descloux (5), DNA (6), Rammelzee vs K.Rob (7), The
  Contorsions (8), Glenn Branca (9), The Bloods (10), Dinosaur L (11),
  Theoretical Girls (12), Bush Tetras (13), Mars (14), ESG (15), Defunkt (16).

  Ikue Mori plays on one track with DNA:

    6/ 5:30                                     (DNA)                    1:10

    2003 - Soul Jazz Records (UK), SJR 77 (CD)
    2003 - Soul Jazz Records (UK), SJR 77 (2xLP)

  See A TASTE OF DNA (1981) for further references on (6).

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116 - THE UNKNOWN MASADA/VOLUME 3: John Zorn

  This record features John Zorn's compositions written for Masada and inter-
  preted by Erik Friedlander's Quake (1), Rashanim (2), Dave Douglas (3),
  Tatsuya Yoshida (4), Naftule's Dream (5), Jamie Saft (6), Zahava Seewald 
  (7), Koby Israelite (8), Julian Kytasty (9); Fantomas (10), Wadada Leo Smith 
  and Ikue Mori (11), Eyvind Kang (12).

    1/ Kinyan					(arr. Erik Friedlander)  4:50
    2/ Olamim, 					(arr. Rashanim)          3:48
    3/ Vehuel					(arr. Dave Douglas)      5:32
    4/ Shofetim					(arr. Yoshida Tatsuya)   3:02
    5/ Partzuf					(arr. Michael McLaughlin)4:22
    6/ Zarach					(arr. Jamie Saft)        6:57
    7/ Shagal					(arr. by Seewald, Grebil,
						Florizoone)   		 6:46
    8/ Herem					(arr. Koby Israelite)    5:06
    9/ Kadmut, arr. by Julian Kytasty              4:44
    10/ Zemaraim				(arr. Trevor Dunn)       3:34
    11/ Demai					(arr. by Smith, Mori)    6:22
    12/ Belimah					(arr. Eyvind Kang)       4:09

    Recorded during January-May 2003
    Each track produced by the artists themselves

  Erik Friedlander (1): cello, mandolin; Andy Laster (1): saxophone, clarinet;
  Satoshi Takeishi (1): percussion; Stomu Takeishi (1): bass; Jon Madof (2):
  guitar; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (2): bass; Mathias Kunzli (2): drums, per-
  cussion; Dave Douglas (3): trumpet, Fender Rhodes; Greg Tardy (3): tenor; 
  John Zorn (3): alto; Greg Cohen (3): bass; Ben Perowsky (3): drums; Yoshida
  Tatsuya (4): all instruments, voice; Glenn Dickson (5): clarinet; Gary Bohan
  (5): trumpet; Brandon Seabrook (5): guitar; Michael McLaughlin (5): piano; 
  Jim Gray (5): tuba ; Eric Rosenthal (5): drums; Jamie Saft (6): all instru-
  ments; Zahava Seewald (7): vocals; Micjael Grebil (7): oud, medieval fiddle,
  ceterina d'amore; Tuur Florizoone (7): accordion; Solomon ibn Gabirol (7): 
  text; Koby Israelite (8): drums, percussion, accordion, guitars, keys, cla-
  rinet, vocals; Yaron Stavi (8): bass, guitar; Sid Gauld (8): flugelhorn; 
  John Telfer (8): baritone saxophone; Julian Kytasty (9): bandura; Mike 
  Patton (10): voice, electronics; Buzz Osborne (10): guitar; Trevor Dunn 
  (10): bass; Dave Lombardo  (10): drums; Wadada Leo Smith (11): trumpet; Ikue
  Mori (11): laptop electronics; Eyvind Kang (12): all instruments.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7181 (CD)
    2004 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), 000172 (bootleg CD)

  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg, not authorized by Tzadik and the
  artists!

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117 - MIRANDA DALI + SINGLES: Thick Pigeon

    1/ Riding
    2/ Amerika
    3/ One
    4/ Breathe
    5/ Bird
    6/ Gerty
    7/ L.D.
    8/ Angels
    9/ Wrong
    10/ St. G.
    11/ Subway
    12/ Sudan
    13/ Tracy + Pansy
    14/ Dog
    15/ Jess + Bart
    16/ Silhouettes
    17/ Woodentop Talk
    18/ Jingle Bell Rock
    19/ Jess + Bart (mix)
    20/ Sudan (acoustic)

  Carter Burwell; Stanton Miranda; Stephen Morris; Gillian Gilbert; Ikue Mori
  (13,14,20): vocals, drums; Martha Tilson; Fred Szymanski; Arthur Russell
  (20): cello; etc.

    2004 - LTM (UK), LTMCD 2381 (CD)

  See the 7" THICK PIGEON (1981) for further references on (11,12), the 7"
  THICK PIGEON (1983) for (14), and THE FRUIT OF THE ORIGINAL SIN (1981) for
  (20).

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118 - A FOREIGN SOUND: Caetano Veloso

    1/ The Carioca                              (Eliscu, Kahn, Youmans)  3:31
    2/ So In Love                               (Cole Porter)            5:31
    3/ Always                                   (Irving Berlin)          3:42
    4/ Come As You Are                          (Kurt Cobain)            4:16
    5/ Feelings                                 (Albert, Gaste)          4:33
    6/ Love For Sale                            (Cole Porter)            2:36
    7/ The Man I Love                           (G. & I. Gershwin)       4:10
    8/ Smoke Gets In Your Eyes                  (Kern, Harbach)          2:39
    9/ Cry Me A River                           (Arthur Hamilton)        3:10
    10/ Jamaica Farewell                        (Lord Burgess)           2:45
    11/ Nature Boy                              (Eden Ahbez)             1:59
    12/ (Nothing But) Flowers                   (David Byrne)            4:19
    13/ Manhattan                               (Rodgers, Hart)          3:58
    14/ Diana                                   (Paul Anka)              3:29
    15/ Summertime                              (Heyward, Gershwin)      2:33
    16/ It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)    (Bob Dylan)              6:08
    17/ Love Me Tender                          (E. Presley, V. Matson)  3:24
    18/ Body And Soul                           (Green, Heyman, Sour,
                                                Eyton)                   3:32
    19/ If It's Magic                           (Stevie Wonder)          3:04
    20/ Detached                                (Lindsay, Mori, Wright)  1:30
    21/ Something Good                          (Richard Rodgers)        1:38
    22/ Blue Skies                              (Irving Berlin)          2:47

    Recorded at AR Estadio, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
    Produced by Caetano Veloso and Jaques Morelenbaum

  Caetano Veloso: vocals, guitar; Davi Moraes (1): guitar, bass, drums; Marcio
  Victor (1): percussion; Jaques Merelenbaum (2): cello; Lula Galvao (2): gui-
  tar; Zeca Assumpcao (2): bass; Marcelo Costa (2): drums; etc.

    2004 - Nonesuch (USA), 79823-2 (CD)
    2004 - Universal (EEC), 0602498177334 (CD)
    2004 - Universal (Argentina), 9817733 (CD)

  Note: Arto Lindsay and Ikue Mori do not play on this record.
  Note: the pressings from EU and Argentina are similar, although the selec-
  tion of tracks as well as their order are different from the US edition;
  both have a total of 23 tracks.

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119 - IRVING STONE MEMORIAL CONCERT: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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120 - DNA ON DNA: DNA

    1/ You & You                                (AL,IK,RC)
    2/ Little Ants                              (AL,IK,RC)
    3/ Egomaniac's Kiss                         (AL,IK,RC)
    4/ Lionel                                   (AL,IK,RC)
    5/ Not Moving                               (AL,IK,RC)
    6/ Size                                     (AL,IK,RC)
    7/ New Fast                                 (AL,IK,TW)
    8/ 5:30                                     (AL,IK,TW)
    9/ Blonde Red Head                          (AL,IK,TW)
    10/ 32123                                   (AL,IK,TW)
    11/ New New                                 (AL,IK,TW)
    12/ Lying On The Sofa Of Life               (AL,IK,TW)
    13/ Grapefruit                              (AL,IK,TW)
    14/ Taking Kid To School                    (AL,IK,TW)
    15/ Young Teenagers Talk Sex                (AL,IK,TW)
    16/ Delivering The Good                     (AL,IK,TW)
    17/ Police Chase                            (AL,IK,TW)
    18/ Cop Buys A Donut                        (AL,IK,TW)
    19/ Detached (early version)                (AL,IM,RC,TW)
    20/ Low                                     (AL,IM,RC)
    21/ Nearing                                 (AL,IM,RC)
    22/ 5:30 (early version)                    (AL,IM,RC,TW)
    23/ Surrender                               (AL,IM,RC)
    24/ Newest Fastest                          (AL,IM,TW)
    25/ Detached                                (AL,IM,TW)
    26/ Brand New                               (AL,IM,TW)
    27/ Horse                                   (AL,IM,TW)
    28/ Forgery                                 (AL,IM,TW)
    29/ Action                                  (AL,IM,TW)
    30/ Marshall                                (AL,IM,TW)
    31/ A New Love                              (AL,IM,TW)
    32/ Calling To Phone                        (AL,IM,TW)

    (13) recorded in Canada
    (19-23) recorded live at CBGB's, New York City on July 23, 1978
    (24,26,30) recorded live at Columbia University on March 5, 1980
    (31,32) recorded at CBGB's, New York City on June 24 or 25, 1982
    (1,2) produced by Robert Quine
    (3-6) produced by Brian Eno
    (7-18) produced by DNA
    (31,32) produced by John Kilgore

  Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocals; Ikue Mori: drums; Robin Crutchfield (1-6,19-
  23,25): keyboard, vocals; Tim Wright (7-18,24-32): bass, guitar.

    2004 - No More Records (USA), No. 12 (CD)
    2008 - No More Records (USA), No. 012 (2xLP)
    2009 - No More Records (USA), No. 12 (CD)
    2013 - No More Records (USA), No. 12 (CD)
    2013 - No More Records (USA), No. 012 (2xLP)

  Note: the 2xLP pressing features bonus tracks!

  See DNA 7" (1978) for further references on (1,2), NO NEW YORK (1978) for
  (3-6), and A TASTE OF DNA (1981) for 7-12).

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121 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME FOUR: John Zorn's Electric Masada

    1/ Tekufah                                  (Zorn)                  14:33
    2/ Idalah-Abal                              (Zorn)                   6:18
    3/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                  13:48
    4/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)                   4:08
    5/ Yatzar                                   (Zorn)                   9:20
    6/ Lilin                                    (Zorn)                  15:42
    7/ Kisofim                                  (Zorn)                   8:41

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 27, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Marc Ribot: guitar; Jamie Saft: keyboards; Ikue Mori: lap-
  top electronics; Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Kenny Wollesen:
  drums; Cyro Baptista: percussion.
  
    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5004 (CD)

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122 - PHANTOM ORCHARD: Zeena Parkins, Ikue Mori

    1/ Jezebel                                  (Mori, Parkins)          4:48
    2/ Savage Flower                            (Mori, Parkins)          3:44
    3/ Miura                                    (Mori, Parkins)          5:02
    4/ Ghostlake                                (Mori, Parkins)          7:04
    5/ Deft                                     (Mori, Parkins)          3:56
    6/ 39 Steps                                 (Mori, Parkins)          3:04
    7/ Transparent Things                       (Mori, Parkins)          3:38
    8/ Contraband                               (Mori, Parkins)          3:33
    9/ Blue Noon                                (Mori, Parkins)          4:26

    Recorded at Audities
    (8) recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (New York)
    Produced by David Keen

  Zeena Parkins: electric and acoustic harps, piano, Mellotron, Gleeman 
  Pentatphonic Clear, Rhodes, Moog III, Buchla 200 series; Ikue Mori: electro-
  nics.

    2004 - Mego (Austria), MEGO 071 (CD)

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123 - ENTOMOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS: Mephista

    1/ La Femme 100 Tetes                       (Mephista)               2:44
    2/ House                                    (Mori)                   3:18
    3/ Drole De Mots                            (Courvoisier)            5:31
    4/ Cardiogram                               (Courvoisier)            5:47
    5/ Void                                     (Mephista)               3:44
    6/ Fractions                                (Mephista)               3:46
    7/ Entomological Souvenirs                  (Mephista)               2:53
    8/ Le Chateau De Cene                       (Mephista)               4:48
    9/ Fringe                                   (Mephista)               1:50
    10/ Procession                              (Ibarra)                 4:10
    11/ Beloukia                                (Mephista)               2:43
    12/ Air                                     (Ibarra)                 5:21
    13/ Apartment                               (Mori)                   0:46
    14/ Sans Mots                               (Courvoisier)            4:44
    15/ Shifting Roll                           (Mori)                   4:11

    Recorded at Kampo Studios, New York City on November 11, 2003
    Produced by Mephista

  Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Susie Ibarra: drums; Ikue Mori: electronics.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7711 (CD)

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124 - TWO NOVELS: GAZE/IN THE COCHLEA: O. Blaat (aka Keiko Uenishi)

  Gaze:
    1/ One Morning
    2/ Egg Salad Sandwich
    3/ Bulle-1
    4/ Bulle-2
    5/ Gone Fishing
    6/ Afternoon
    7/ Hanging Sky
    8/ Nightfall
    9/ Froid
  In The Cochlea:
    10/ Scatsil
    11/ 39o
    12/ Eight-O
    13/ Yonofushigi
    14/ Snowlight
    15/ Nightvision
    16/ Miminohone
    17/ Miminohonenouta
    18/ Centipede
  19/ Swel 

    (1,2,5-7,9) recorded in 2001
    (3,4,8,10-18) recorded at home in Brooklyn, USA in 2001-2003
    (19) recorded in 2003 in Brooklyn, USA

  O. Blaat; Kaffe Matthews (1); Toshio Kajiwara (2); DJ Olive (5); Aki Onda
  (6); Akio Mokuno (6); Ikue Mori (7); Eyvind Kang (9).

    2004 - Cronica a (?), 012-2004 (CD)

  Note: liner notes by Christian Marclay.
  Note: (19) is a Quicktime data track.

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125 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME SIX: Hemophiliac

    1/ [unwritable title]                       (Hemophiliac)            7:26
    2/ [unwritable title]                       (Hemophiliac)            7:03
    3/ [unwritable title]                       (Hemophiliac)            4:44
    4/ [unwritable title]                       (Hemophiliac)            9:34
    5/ [unwritable title]                       (Hemophiliac)            9:45
    6/ [unwritable title]                       (Hemophiliac)            6:15
    7/ [unwritable title]                       (Hemophiliac)            5:02

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 1, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mike Patton: voice; Ikue Mori: laptop electronics; John Zorn: alto.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5006 (CD)

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126 - THE TURNTABLE SESSIONS - VOLUME 1: Billy Martin

  Sessions curated by Billy Martin.

    1/ Announcement                                                      1:02
    2/ Red Road                                                          3:17
    3/ Illy & Olive                                                      4:32
    4/ Ikue, Olive & Illy                                                3:31
    5/ Sleeptalking                                                      6:09
    6/ Marty                                                             6:46
    7/ Ikue & Olive                                                      3:55
    8/ Ramblin' Man                             (Hank Williams)          4:20
    9/ Giliad                                   (trad.)                  3:18
    10/ Bougarabou                                                       5:51
    11/ Eclipse                                                          3:56

    (1,2,4,5,7-9) recorded at Exit Art, New York City in 2001
    (3,10) recorded at Joe's Pub, New York City in 2003
    (6,11) recorded at Bowery Poetry Club, New York City in 2002
    Produced by Billy Martin

  DJ Olive (1-7,10,11): turntables; Ikue Mori (1,4,7): laptop; Chris Wood (2):
  bass; Billy Martin (3-6,10,11): drums, percussion; John Medeski (5): Korg
  organ, Yamaha synthesizer; Marty Ehrlich (6,11): tenor, flute; Matt Moran
  (6,11): vibes; Mike Ill (8): guitar, vocals; Scotty Hard (8,9): turntables;
  Dean Bowman (9): vocals.

    2004 - Amulet Records (USA), amt014 (CD)

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127 - TIMELINES: Lesli Dalaba

    1/ Prelude                                  (Dalaba)                 1:32
    2/ Timeline 1: From the Birth Of The Sun    (Dalaba)                15:06
    3/ Interlude                                (Dalaba)                 0:57
    4/ Timeline 2: Dinosaurs To Mammals         (Dalaba)                15:08
    5/ Interlude                                (Dalaba)                 1:28
    6/ Timeline 3: Homo Sapiens Sapiens         (Dalaba, Chris Cutler)  15:11

    Recorded at The Studio and The Corner Store, New York City
    (3,5) recorded at Jack Straw Productions, Seattle
    Produced by Lesli Dalaba

  Lesli Dalaba: trumpet, berimbau; Carla Kihlstedt: violin; Zeena Parkins:
  harp; Ikue Mori: electronics; Amy Denio (1,6): vocals.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7713 (CD)

  Note: lyrics by Chris Cutler on (6).

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128 - COMMUNITY OF COMMOTION: Chuck Bettis & Friends

    1/ Playful Moaner                                                    5:14
    2/ Mood Orifice                                                      4:37
    3/ Bleeding Orphan                                                   2:21
    4/ Deathmetal Dancehall                                              4:41
    5/ Atheist Revolt                                                    1:48
    6/ Angry Rainbow                                                     2:30
    7/ Holographic Universe                                              6:51
    8/ Doumbek Chanter                                                   1:52
    9/ Sleep Terets                                                      3:53
    10/ Motion Narcolepsy                                                3:42

    Recorded at Studio Larry, Brooklyn (USA) during November 2003-May 2004
    (2) recorded live at Tonic, New York on August 7, 2003
    (7) recorded live at Roy's Loft Brooklyn, New York on May 29, 2004
    (9) recorded live at Tonic, New York on June 3, 2004

  Chuck Bettis: laptop, vocals; Colleen Kinsella (1): vocals; Caleb Mulkerin
  (1): zither, xylophone, wine bottle; Ikue Mori (2): laptop; Toshio Kajiwara
  (2): turntables, electronics; Melissa Ip (3): spoken poetry; Tom Boram (4):
  synthesizer, electronics; Jerry Lim (5,7): beats; Mick Barr (5): guitar;
  Audrey Chen (6): cello, vocals; Chriss Sutherland (8): vocals, PVC flute,
  hand-drums; Tim Barnes (9): percussion; Aaron Brenner (10): midi, analog
  synthesizer.

    2004 - North East Indie (USA), NEI 36 (CD)

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129 - RAW: Synapse

    1/ Moonshadow In Cuba                       (Walch, Merlos)          6:31
    2/ Soap Bubble                              (Haco, Synapse)          5:14
    3/ Red & Green                              (Haco, Synapse)          3:10
    4/ Morning Song                             (Haco, Synapse)          5:41
    5/ Mabataki                                 (Haco, Synapse)          3:34
    6/ Howling Pot                              (Haco, Synapse)          2:15
    7/ White Dreams                             (Haco, Synapse)          3:54
    8/ Diamond Dust                             (Haco, Synapse)          3:24
    9/ Jumon                                    (Haco, Synapse)          3:14
    10/ Mirror Room                             (Haco, Synapse)          7:15
    11/ Rappa                                   (Haco, Synapse)          4:15

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (USA) in January 2003
    Produced by Synapse

  Haco: vocals, synthesizer, bird flutterings, howling pot; Ikue Mori: elec-
  tronics; Aki Onda: cassette players, electronics, sampler; Uchihashi
  Kazuhisa (1-3,7-9,11): guitar, daxophone.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7254 (CD)

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130 - ELECTRIC ASCENSION: Rova::Orkestrova

    1/ Ascension                                (John Coltrane)         63:49

    Recorded live for KFJC-FM, Los Altos (USA) on February 8, 2003
    Produced by Larry Ochs and Jon Raskin

  Chris Brown: electronics; Nels Cline: guitar; Fred Frith: bass; Ikue Mori:
  drum machines, sampler; Don Robinson: drums; Otomo Yoshihide: turntables,
  electronics; Carla Kihlstedt: violin, effects; Jenny Scheinman: violin;
  Bruce Ackley: soprano; Steve Adams: alto; Larry Ochs: tenor; Jon Raskin:
  baritone saxophone.

    2005 - Atavistic (USA), ALP159CD (CD)

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131 - ROULETTE TV VOL 13: Henry Mills, Ikue Mori

    2005 - Roulette (USA), RouletteTV 13 (DVD)
    
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132 - FILMWORKS XVI: John Zorn

    1/ JuJu                                     (John Zorn)
    2/ Work Trance                              (John Zorn)
    3/ Atmosphere                               (John Zorn)
    4/ Ghost Ship                               (John Zorn)
    5/ Deadly Ore                               (John Zorn)
    6/ Sulphur Mining                           (John Zorn)
    7/ Slaughter House                          (John Zorn)
    8/ Steel Foundry                            (John Zorn)
    9/ The Miners                               (John Zorn)
    10/ Gadani Slipway                          (John Zorn)
    11/ Mountain Path                           (John Zorn)
    12/ Intense Heat                            (John Zorn)
    13/ Dark Caves                              (John Zorn)
    14/ End Titles                              (John Zorn)

    Produced by John Zorn

  Cyro Baptista: percussion; Ikue Mori: electronics; Jamie Saft: electric
  piano, guitar; John Zorn: organ, gamelan; Shanir Ezra Blumenkrantz: bass.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7347 (CD)

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133 - MYRNINEREST: Ikue Mori

    1/ Possession                               (Ikue Mori)              3:02
    2/ Sigh                                     (Ikue Mori)              3:14
    3/ Conflict                                 (Ikue Mori)              3:49
    4/ Gem Palace                               (Ikue Mori)              2:59
    5/ Take It Easy                             (Ikue Mori)              3:38
    6/ Espresso Bongo                           (Ikue Mori)              3:41
    7/ Ice Palace                               (Ikue Mori)              3:56
    8/ Minecat                                  (Ikue Mori)
    9/ Mental                                   (Ikue Mori)
    10/ Slips Away                              (Ikue Mori)
    11/ Suspicion                               (Ikue Mori)
    12/ Insomnia                                (Ikue Mori)
    13/ Clash By Night                          (Ikue Mori)

  Ikue Mori: computer.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7714 (CD)

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134 - NIHM: Okkyung Lee

    1/ Closed Window
    2/ Home
    3/ Anything You Say, Anything You (Don't) Say
    4/ Story Of You And Me
    5/ That Undeniable Empty Feeling
    6/ Deep Blue Knot
    7/ Returning Point
    8/ On A Windy Day
    9/ Sky
    10/ 4:37 Tuesday Morning

  Tim Barnes: percussion, drums; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Trevor Dunn: bass;
  Okkyung Lee: cello; Ikue Mori: electronics; Doug Wieselman: clarinets; 
  Shelley Burgon: harp; John Hollenbeck: drums, percussion.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7715 (CD)

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135 - CELESTIAL SUBWAY LINES/SALVAGING NOISE: Ken Jacobs, John Zorn

  Ikue Mori: laptop.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3004 (DVD)

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136 - MYSTERIUM: John Zorn

    1/ Orphee                                   (John Zorn)              9:07
    2/ Frammenti Del Sappho                     (John Zorn)             13:28
    3/ Walpurgisnacht                           (John Zorn)              9:58

    Produced by John Zorn

  Tara O'Connor (1): flute; Lois Martin (1): viola; June Han (1): harp; 
  Stephen Gosling (1): celeste, harpsichord; David Shively (1): percussion; 
  Ikue Mori (1): electronics; Brad Lubman (1,2): conductor; Martha Cluver (2): 
  vocals; Lisa Bielawa (2): vocals; Martha Sullivan (2): vocals; Abby Fischer 
  (2): vocals; Kirsten Sollek (2): vocals; Jennifer Choi (3): violin; Richard 
  O'Neill (3): viola; Fred Sherry (3): cello.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8018 (CD)

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137 - AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS: Electric Masada

  Disc 1:
    1/ Lilin 					(Zorn)			16:14
    2/ Metal Tov 				(Zorn)			 5:35
    3/ Karaim 					(Zorn)			16:16
    4/ Hath-Arob 				(Zorn)			 5:17
    5/ Abidan 					(Zorn)			 8:10
    6/ Idalah-Abal 				(Zorn)			 6:34
    7/ Kedem 					(Zorn)			15:41
    8/ Yatzar 					(Zorn)			 6:06
  Disc 2:			
    9/ Tekufah					(Zorn) 			17:59
    10/ Hath-Arob 				(Zorn)			 6:56
    11/ Abidan 					(Zorn)		 	 9:59
    12/ Metal Tov 				(Zorn)			 5:52
    13/ Karaim 					(Zorn)			15:16
    14/ Idalah-Abal 				(Zorn)			 6:08
    15/ Kedem 					(Zorn)			14:47

    Disc 1 recorded live in Moscow in 2004 
    Disc 2 recorded live in Ljubljana in 2004
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Marc Ribot: guitar; Jamie Saft: keyboards; Ikue Mori: elec-
  tronics; Trevor Dunn: bass; Cyro Baptista: percussion; Joey Baron: drums; 
  Kenny Wollesen: drums.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7352-2 (2xCD)

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138 - HAPPY NEW EARS 2005 - FESTIVAL VOOR NIEUWE MUZIEK: various artists

  This audio companion to the issue number 70 of the Belgium magazine GONZO
  CIRCUS features Artificiel (1), Esther Venrooij (2), Musiques Nouvelles & DJ
  Olive (3), Peter Vermeersch (4), Kapotski (5), Galatasaray (6), Manu 
  Holterbach & Sophie Durand (7), Aernoudt Jacobs & Q-02 (8), Mathieu Delvaux
  (9), Kim Gordon/Ikue Mori/DJ Olive (10), River Of Donkeys (11), Trevor 
  Wishart (12), Trio Pata (13), Staalplaat Sound System & Erwin Stache (14).

    10/ International Spy  			(Gordon, Mori, DJ Olive) 2:41  

    2005 - Gonzo Circus (Belgium), GC066 (CD)

  See KIM GORDON, DJ OLIVE, IKUE MORI (2000) for further references on (10).

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139 - EXTREME GUITAR PROJECT: MUSIC FROM DOWNTOWN NYC: Marco Cappelli

    1/ And So I Went To Pittsburgh              (Marc Ribot)             3:01
    2/ Bird Chant                               (Ikue Mori)              6:21
    3/ Amygdala                                 (Elliott Sharp)         11:42
    4/ The Buzzing In My Head                   (Anthony Coleman)       10:12
    A Bright Moon Makes A Little Daytime        (Nick Didkowsky)                 
      5/ Hammertoes                                                      3:03
      6/ Poker Face Alters Conversation                                  1:51
      7/ The Ass's Demise                                                1:44
    8/ Pi-Anode                                 (Otomo Yoshihide)        5:58
    9/ Marked By A Hat                          (Annie Gosfield)         7:54
    10/ Uboingee Etude #1                       (Mark Stewart)           5:22
    11/ Iron Blue                               (Erik Friedlander)       7:40
    12/ Terra (from Metta Meditations)          (David Shea)             4:26

  Marco Cappelli: guitar.

    2006 - Mode (USA), mode 157 (CD)

  Note: Ikue Mori does not play on this record.

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140 - ALBERT: Mark Nauseef, Ikue Mori, Sylvie Courvoisier, Walter Quintus

    1/ The Chemistry Of Ergot 
    2/ Creative Spirit Of God
    3/ Psychedelic Induced Revelations
    4/ LSD Came To Me
    5/ Albert's Alchemy
    6/ Nothing Is Obvious
    7/ Mystery Of The Matter
    8/ I Synthesized It
    9/ LSD Must Come to You
    10/ This Fundamental Truth

    Recorded in Zerkall, Germany in August 2005

  Albert Hofmann: spoken word; Mark Nauseef: percussion, cheap Cassio; Ikue
  Mori: computer; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano, prepared piano; Walter Quintus:
  recording, mixing.

    2006 - Leo Records (UK), LR 465 (CD)

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141 - FOLIO AND FOUR SYSTEMS: Earle Brown

    1/  Folio
    2/ March 1953 (MM 135)
    3/ November 1952
    4/ December 1952
    5/ Four Systems 1954
    6/ November 1952
    7/ Four Systems 1954
    8/ June 1953
    9/ March 1953 (MM 87)
    10/ October 1952/March 1953 (MM 87 & 135)
    11/ June 1953
    12/ December 1952
    13/ 1953

  Merzbow: prepared acoustic Guitar, ring Modulator, computer, synth 'A';
  Earle Brown: trumpet, percussion, bass; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Stephen
  Drury: piano; Mark Feldman: violin; Daniel Goode: clarinet; Ikue Mori: lap-
  top electronics; Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet, effects; Christian Wolff: piano;
  Joan La Barbara: vocals; Sam Hillmer: tenor; Alex Hoskins: drum set; Matt
  Hough: guitar; Nora Jacobson: accordion; Ron Kuivila: pianos; Charlie
  Looker: guitar; Alex Mincek: tenor; Larry Polansky: guitar; Morton Subotnik:
  electronics; Ed Tomney: various instruments, electronics; Brad Wentworth:
  drum set.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8028 (CD)

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142 - LONELYVILLE: Sylvie Courvoisier

    1/ Texturologie                             (Courvoisier)           22:24
    2/ Cosmorama                                (Courvoisier)           18:05
    3/ Contraste 2005                           (Courvoisier)           16:53
    4/ Lonelyville                              (Courvoisier)            6:36

    Recorded live at the Vidy Theater, Lausanne (Switzerland) on April 6-8, 
    2006

  Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Mark Feldman: violin; Vincent Courtois: cello;
  Ikue Mori: electronics; Gerald Cleaver: drums.

     2007 - Intakt Records (Switzerland), INTAKT CD 120 (CD)

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143 - SIX LITANIES FOR HELIOGABALUS: John Zorn

    1/ Litany I 				(Zorn)			 7:52
    2/ Litany II 				(Zorn)			 7:01
    3/ Litany III 				(Zorn)			10:33
    4/ Litany IV 				(Zorn)			 8:10
    5/ Litany V 				(Zorn)			 4:27
    6/ Litany VI 				(Zorn)			 6:16

    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Joey Baron: drums; Trevor Dunn: Bass Ikue Mori: electro-
  nics; Mike Patton: vocals; Jamie Saft: organ; Martha Cluver: vocals; Abby
  Fischer: vocals; Kirsten Soller: vocals.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7361 (CD)

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144 - DRUNKEN FOREST: Death Ambient

    1/ Lake Chad                                (Death Ambient)          4:45
    2/ Greenhouse                               (Death Ambient)          6:01
    3/ Belarus                                  (Death Ambient)          4:11
    4/ A Cocktail Of Chemicals                  (Death Ambient)          3:38
    5/ Thermohaline                             (Death Ambient)          4:11
    6/ Dead Zone                                (Death Ambient)          4:25
    7/ Qianwei Sky                              (Death Ambient)          4:59
    8/ Yellow Rain                              (Death Ambient)          5:11
    9/ River Tigris                             (Death Ambient)          3:59
    10/ Drunken Forest                          (Death Ambient)          6:02
    11/ Coral Necropolis                        (Death Ambient)          6:46

    Recorded at Shadow World, Brooklyn (NY) and at Guerrilla Recording,
    Oakland (CA)
    Produced by Kato Hideki

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Ikue Mori: laptop computer; Kato Hideki: bass,
  analog synthesizer, violin, banjo, mandolin, accordion, ukulele, electric
  guitar, lap steel guitar, soprano recorder, alto recorder, glasses, ice and
  water; Jim Pugliese (2-11): percussion, trumpet, mbira.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7264 (CD)

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145 - BHIMA SWARGA - THE JOURNEY OF THE SOUL FROM HELL TO HEAVEN: Ikue Mori

    1/ Opening
    2/ Battle 1
    3/ Hell 1
    4/ Battle 2
    5/ Hell 2
    6/ Grand Finale

  Ikue Mori: electronics; Gamelan Dharma Swara: Matthew Welch, Lela Chapman,
  Tomoko Deguchi, Eric Hung, Travis Jiorle, Putu Bagus Khrisna Saptanyana,
  Elizabeth Leininger, Andrew McGraw, Willa Roberts, Christopher Romero, I
  Nyoman Saptanyana.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3007 (DVD)

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146 - UNSQUARE: Maybe Monday

    1/ G                                        (Maybe Monday)          14:46
    2/ Nitrogen                                 (Maybe Monday)          14:09
    3/ Saptharishi Mandalam                     (Maybe Monday)           7:51
    4/ Septentrion                              (Maybe Monday)           6:20
    5/ Unturned                                 (Maybe Monday)          17:19

    Recorded at East Side Sound Studio, New York City on November 18, 2006
    Produced by Larry Ochs and Intakt Records

  Fred Frith: guitar; Miya Masaoka: 25 string koto, electronics; Larry Ochs:
  sopranino saxophone, tenor; Gerry Hemingway: drums, percussion, voice; Carla
  Kihlstedt: violins; Ikue Mori: electronics; Zeena Parkins: electric harp,
  electronics.

    2008 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt CD 132 (CD)

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147 - ORRA: Phantom Orchard 

    1/ Inquisitive Fingers
    2/ Gypsoflia
    3/ Omni
    4/ Cavalcade
    5/ Ship Of The Damned
    6/ Big Foot
    7/ Cascade Of Joy
    8/ Green Dome
    9/ The Well
    10/ Magnetic Sleep
    11/ Kiss That Conquers

  Ikue Mori: electronics; Zeena Parkins: harps, omnichord; Cyro Baptista: per-
  cussion; Makigami Koichi: voice, jewsharp; Josh Quillen: steel drum; Maja 
  Solveig Kjelstrup Ratkje: voice, real time processing.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7718 (CD)

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148 - AUTEUR LABELS: LES DISQUES DU CREPUSCULE 1980-1985: various artists

  This record features Michael Nyman (1), Marine (2), Thick Pigeon (3), Josef
  K (4), Repetition (5), Bill Nelson (6), Paul Haig (7), Tuxedomoon (8), Ike
  Yard (9), Durutti Column (10), The Names (11), Steven Brown (12), Richard 
  Jobson (13), The French Impressionists (14), Isolation Ward (15), Antena 
  (16), The Pale Fountains (17), Mikado (18), Anna Domino (19), Blaine L. 
  Reininger (20), Devine & Statton (21).

    3/ Subway					(Thick Pigeon)		 4:58

    2008 - LTM (Belgium), LTMCD 2517 (CD)

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149 - ALIEN HUDDLE: Lotte Anker, Sylvie Courvoisier, Ikue Mori

    1/ Morning Dove							 4:17
    2/ Woodpecker Peeks 						 3:58
    3/ Sparkling Sparrows 						 5:09
    4/ Night Owl 							 5:31
    5/ Robins Quarrel 							 3:45
    6/ Dancing Rooster Comp 						 4:51
    7/ Whistling Swan 							 4:09
    8/ Crow And Raven 							 1:56
    9/ Blackbird 							 5:15
    10/ Ostrich War 							 3:50
    11/ Great White Heron 						 4:15

    Recorded live at Avatar Studio, New York City on December 9, 2006

  Lotte Anker: soprano, alto, tenor; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Ikue Mori: 
  electronics. 

    2008 - Intakt (Switzerland), 144 (CD)

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150 - RED SPHERE: Briggan Krauss' H-Alpha

    1/ Sun								 6:30
    2/ Alpha Centauri							 2:42
    3/ Barnard's Star							 0:57
    4/ Wolf 359								 1:57
    5/ Lalande 21185							 8:11
    6/ Sirius								 1:37
    7/ Luyten 726-8							 1:58
    8/ V1216 Sagittarii							 4:45
    9/ HH Andromedae							 1:40
    10/ Epsilon Eridani							 5:45
    11/ Lacaille 9352							 1:16
    12/ FI Virginis							 1:32
    13/ EZ Aquarii							 3:13
    14/ Procyon								 1:46
    15/ 61 Cygni							 5:18
    16/ Struve 2398							 2:58
    17/ Groombridge 34							 4:38

  Briggan Krauss: alto, baritone saxophone; Ikue Mori: laptop; Jim Black: 
  drums, percussion.

    2008 - Skirl (USA), 009 (CD)

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151 - IKIRUKOTO: Hikashu
  
    1/ Ikirukoto
    2/ Digital Frankenstein
    3/ Elaborate

  Makigami Koichi: vocals, Theremin, cornet; Mita Freeman: guitar, sampler;
  Shimizu Kazuto: pianos, organ, bass clarinet; Sakaide Masami: bass; Sato
  Masaharu: drums, percussion; Ikue Mori (2): electronics; Okkyung Lee (3):
  cello.

    2009 - Makigami (Japan), 04 (CD)

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152 - CLASS INSECTA: Ikue Mori

    1/ Redeye Skimmer 				(Mori)
    2/ Master Of Deception			(Mori) 
    3/ Walking Sticks 				(Mori)
    4/ Luciol 					(Mori)
    5/ Hymenoptera 				(Mori)
    6/ Tropical Riodinid 			(Mori)
    7/ Rusty Millipede 				(Mori)
    8/ Hemiptera 				(Mori)
    9/ Fatal Weaver 				(Mori)
    10/ Blattaria 				(Mori)
    11/ Anthromorphic Weevil 			(Mori)
    12/ Ephemeroptera 				(Mori)

  Ikue Mori: electronics.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7629 (CD)

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153 - INFINITO: Cyro Baptista's Banquet of the Spirits

    1/ Infinito coming 
    2/ Batida De Côco 
    3/ In Vitrous 
    4/ Kwanza 
    5/ Noia 
    6/ Adeus As Filhas 
    7/ Coronation Of A Slave Queen 
    8/ Cantor Cuidadoso 
    9/ Pro Flavio 
    10/ Blindman 
    11/ Infinito going 

  Cyro Baptista; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz; Sergio Brandão; Anat Cohen; Pamela
  Driggs; Erik Friedlander; Tim Keiper; Romero Lubambo; Brian Marsella; Ikue
  Mori; Peter Scherer; Kevin Breit; Jorge Continentino; Cadu Costa; Sharon
  Epperson; Matt Greeley; Eduardo Guedes; Chikako Iwahori; Scott Kettner; Dave
  Leicht; Luisa Lubambo; Zé Mauricio; Anne Pope; Pedro Ramos; Skye Steele; 
  Vivian Warfield.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7630 (CD)

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154 - VIOLECTRICA: MUSIC FOR VIOLIN AND ELECTRONICS: Jennifer Choi

    ?/ Electric Blue Pantsuit 			(Alexandra Gardener)
    ?/ Bodegas 					(Randall Woolf)
    ?/ My Mister Neverending Bliss 		(Padma Newsome)
    ?/ Shaman Rituals				(Choi, Mori)
    ?/ Black and White				(Susie Ibarra)
    ?/ Lost Signals And Drifting Satellites	(Annie Gosfield)

  Jennifer Choi; Ikue Mori.

    2009 - Classical Jam (USA), 01 (CD)

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155 - FEMINA: John Zorn

    1/ Femina - Part One 			(Zorn)			11:42
    2/ Femina - Part Two 			(Zorn)			10:11
    3/ Femina - Part Three 			(Zorn)			10:16
    4/ Femina - End Titles 			(Zorn)			 3:17

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on December 16-18, 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jennifer Choi: violin; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Carol Emanuel: harp; 
  Okkyung Lee: cello; Ikue Mori: electronics; Shayna Dunkelman: percussion; 
  Laurie Anderson (1): opening narration.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7377 (CD)

  Note: the CD is accompanied by a 52-page booklet of images by Kiki Smith.
  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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156 - DOWNTOWN 81: various artists

  This audio companion to the special issue of the French magazine LES 
  INROCKUPTIBLES, dedicated to Jean-Michel Basquiat, features Gray (1,11), 
  Liquid Liquid (2), James White and the Blacks (3), The Plastics (4), Suicide
  (5), DNA (6), Marvin Pontiac (7), Coati Mundi Hernandez (8), Pablo Calogero
  (9), The Lounge Lizards (10), Rammellzee vs K-Rob (11).

    1/ So Far So Real				(Gray)
    2/ Cavern					(Liquid Liquid)
    3/ Sax Maniac				(James White and the Blacks)
    4/ Copy					(The Plastics)
    5/ Cheree					(Suicide)
    6/ Blonde Redhead				(DNA)
    7/ I'm A Doggy				(Marvin Pontiac)
    8/ Palabras Con Ritmo			(Coati Mundi Hernandez)
    9/ Tangita					(Pablo Calogero)
    10/ Bob The Bob				(The Lounge Lizards)
    11/ Drum Mode				(Gray)
    12/ Beat Bop				(Rammellzee vs K-Rob)

    2010 - Les Inrockuptibles (France), LI 10 193 (CD)

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157 - INTERZONE: John Zorn

    1/ Interzone				(Zorn)

  John Zorn: alto; Marc Ribot: guitars, banjo, sintir, cümbüs; John Medeski:
  keyboards; Ikue Mori: electronics; Trevor Dunn: bass; Cyro Baptista: percus-
  sion; Kenny Wollesen: drums, vibes, chimes, tympani, Wollesonics, percus-
  sion.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7387 (CD)

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158 - 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-December 15, 2004, New York City 				 6:56

    Recorded in New York City on December 15, 2004

  Christian Wolff: piano, melodica, percussion; Marina Rosenfeld: turntables,
  live electronics; Ikue Mori: laptop.

    ?/ Event-February 22, 2009, Beacon, New York 			 5:17
  
    Recorded in Beacon, New York (USA) on February 22, 2009

  Brenda Hutchinson: long tube, voice, live electronics; Ikue Mori: laptop; 
  Robyn Schulkowsky: percussion; Christian Wolff: electric guitar, melodica.

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

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159 - KIBYOSHI: Ikue Mori

  Kibyoshi, The Yellow Covers 
    1/ Opening 
    2/ Evil 
  Singaku hayasomekusa 
    3/ Thousand Hands Goddess Of Mercy 
  Taihino Senrokuhon 
    4/ Extra Hands 
    5/ Confucius Becomes Popular 
  Koushi Toki Ni Aizome 
    6/ Closing 

  Ikue Mori: electronics; Makigami Koichi: vocals, mouth harp; Mark Nauseef:
  percussion.

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3011 (DVD)

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160 - UNLIMITED 23: various artists

  This DVD features John Zorn's Cobra (1), Speak Easy (2), Spunk (3), KTL (4),
  Phil Minton & Dieb13 (5), Pamelia Kurstin (6), Agra Dharma (7), Lotte Anker/
  Lindha Kallerdahl/Okkyung Lee (8), Phantom Orchard Orchestra (9), Fred Frith
  & Chris Cutler (10), Saw Sun Here (11), Ipcress Theater (12), Lotte Anker/
  Sylvie Courvoisier/Mark Nauseef (13), Peter Evans & Okkyung Lee (14), David
  Watson/DJ Olive/Tony Buck (15), The Ex (16,17).

  Ikue Mori appears on four tracks, one with John Zorn's Cobra: 

    1/ Wels Operations 1-3			(John Zorn)

  one with Agra Dharma:

    7/ Improvisation For Pundaroka #1  		(Agra Dharma)

  one with Phantom Orchard Orchestra:

    9/ Inquisitive Fingers  			(Zeena Parkins)

  and one with Ipcress Theater:

    12/ Good Vs. Evil  				(Ikue Mori)  

    Filmed during the Music Unlimited Festival 2009, Wels (Austria) on Novem-
    ber 6-8, 2009

  Arnold Haberl (1): cello; Okkyung Lee (1): cello; Ikue Mori (1,7,9,12): com-
  puter; Chris Cutler (1,10): drums, electricity, jetsam; Tony Buck (1): 
  drums; David Watson (1): guitar; Fred Frith (1,10): guitar, electricity,
  flotsam; Uchihashi Kazuhisa (1,12): guitar, daxophone; Zeena Parkins (1,9,
  11): harp, electronics, synthesizer; Shayna Dunkelman (1,9): percussion; 
  Sylvie Courvoisier (1,7): piano; Makigami Koichi (1,7,12): prompter, voice,
  Theremin; Maja S. K. Ratkje (1,9): voice, electronics; Margaret Parkins (9,
  11): cello; Hild Sofie Tafjord (9): French horn, electronics; Sara Parkins
  (9,11): violin; Mark Nauseef (12): percussion; etc.

    2011 - PanRec (Germany), PANDVD04P (DVD)

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161 - NOISY LOVE SONGS: Okkyung Lee 

    1/ One Hundred Years Old Rain (The Same River Twice) 
    2/ Upon A Fallen Tree 
    3/ Kung 
    4/ Saeya Saeya 
    5/ White Night 
    6/ Danji 
    7/ Roundabout 
    8/ Bodies 
    9/ Silenced Answer 
    10/ Steely Morning 
    11/ Yellow River 

  Okkyung Lee: cello; Peter Evans: trumpet; Ikue Mori: electronics; Cornelius
  Dufallo: violin; Craig Taborn: piano; Christopher Tordini: bass; Satoshi
  Takeishi: percussion, electronics; John Hollenbeck: percussion. 

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7724 (CD)

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162 - FRKWYS Vol. 5: Julianna Barwick, Ikue Mori 

    Recorded live at White Columns Gallery, New York City on October 29, 2010

  Julianna Barwick; Ikue Mori.

    2011 - RVNG (USA), 05 (LP)

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163 - NEAR NADIR: Ikue Mori, Mark Nauseef, Evan Parker, Bill Laswell

    1/ Majuu 								 3:33
    2/ Valhalla 							 4:22
    3/ In Gold Mesh 							 4:01
    4/ Orbs 								 2:14
    5/ Nooks 								 3:06
    6/ Funnel Drone 							 2:23
    7/ Yuga Warp 							 6:42
    8/ Near Nadir 							 5:35
    9/ Ternary Rite + 							 4:34
    10/ Flo Vi Ru Dub 							 8:54

    Recorded live at St. Peter's Church, London (UK) in August 2010 

  Bill Laswell: basses; Ikue Mori: electronics; Evan Parker: soprano; Mark
  Nauseef: bent metal, meditation bells, Chinese drums, woodblocks, tom-tom. 

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7636 (CD)

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164 - 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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165 - RIMBAUD: John Zorn

    1/ Bateau Ivre				(Zorn)
    2/ A Season In Hell				(Zorn)
    3/ Illuminations				(Zorn)
    4/ Conneries				(Zorn)

  John Zorn: samples, electronics, alto, organ, guitar, drums, Foley effects;
  Ikue Mori (2): laptop, electronics; Mathieu Amalric (4): voice; etc.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8301 (CD)

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166 - THE NOWS: Paul Lytton, Nate Wooley

  Disc 1:
    1/ Free Will, Free Won't 
    2/ Abstractions And Replications
    3/ Berlyne's Law
  Disc 2:
    4/ Men Caught Staring
    5/ The Information Bomb
    6/ Automatic
    7/ Destructive To Our Proper Business
    8/ The Ripple Effect

    (1-3) recorded at The Stone, New York City in 2011
    (4-8) recorded at Chicago's Hideout, Chicago (USA) in 2011

  Paul Lytton: percussion; Nate Wooley: trumpet, amplifier; Ikue Mori (2,3):
  computer; Ken Vandermark (6-8): bass clarinet, clarinet, tenor, baritone sa-
  xophone.

    2012 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF 260 (2xCD)

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167 - TROUBLE IN PARADISE: Phantom Orchard Orchestra

    1/ Over The Gap 							 9:28
    2/ Red Blue And Green 						10:22
    3/ Sun Metal 							 6:43
    4/ Face 								11:19
    5/ Inner Reflection 						 4:14
    6/ House For 7 							 4:05
    7/ Laughter In The Dark 						 6:42
    8/ Trap 								 5:49

    (1,4,5,7,8) recorded in Frankfurter Hof, Mainz (Germany) on November 30,
    2008
    (2,3) recorded live at Tollhaus, Karlsruhe (Switzerland) on November 28,
    2008
    (6) recorded in Gare Du Nord, Basel (Switzerland) on November 29, 2008
 
  Zeena Parkins: harps; Ikue Mori: electronics; Maja Solveig Kjelstrup Ratkje:
  vocals, electronics; Hild Sofie Tafjord: French horn, electronics; Sara
  Parkins: violin; Maggie Parkins: cello; Shayna Dunkelman: percussion. 

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7728 (CD)

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168 - JOHN ZORN'S TREATMENT FOR A FILM IN FIFTEEN SCENES: John Zorn

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3012 (DVD)

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169 - PREDICTION AND WARNING: Ikue Mori, Steve Noble

    1/ Seismic Waves 				(Mori, Noble)		 6:21
    2/ Montparnasse Derailment 			(Mori, Noble)		 3:25
    3/ Combustion 				(Mori, Noble)		 2:54
    4/ Convection 				(Mori, Noble)		 3:59
    5/ Atmospheric Pressure 			(Mori, Noble)		 6:23
    6/ Black Death (Steve's March) 		(Mori, Noble)		 5:52
    7/ Land of Famine 				(Mori, Noble)		11:20
    8/ Inferno 					(Mori, Noble)		 3:26

    Recorded at Eastcote Studios, London (UK) on November 16, 2011

  Ikue Mori: electronics; Steve Noble drums, percussion.

    2013 - Fataka (UK), 6 (CD)

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*** - ???: Elliott Sharp, Ikue Mori, DJ Olive

    Recorded in Paris in 2002

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

  Note: do not know if this concert will be released on CD.

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