DISCOGRAPHY OF LAWRENCE "BUTCH" MORRIS

This is the fifth version of the discography of Lawrence "Butch" Morris. 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 LAWRENCE "BUTCH" MORRIS |
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		    | by Patrice Roussel                     |
		    | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)               |
                    | 2034 NE 37th Ave.                      |
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With special thanks to:

Glenn Lea 
Eric Linstadt  
Bill Hery     
Seth Katz    
Michael J. Rosenstein 
Gino Robair          
Sandeep Mehta	
R. Lynn Rardin
Steve Berman
Dale Smoak
Dick Bowman 
john (j.g.) thomas 
Dave Fields  	
Doug Down
William Kenz	
Guy Reynard    
Tom Welsh     
Stéphane Vuilleumier  
Michael Frohne       
Bruce Carnevale     
Danilo Campanella
Hannes Schneider
Brent Burton   
Stefan Verstraeten 
Gerhard Mittenhuber 
Bob Hillier        
Brad Allen        
George Scala	
Giorgio Mortarino 
Achille Silipo
Martin Reh       
Ruben Gutierrez del Castillo 
Michel Ramond               
for sending me extra material and giving prompt answers to my questions.

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

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

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

Some abbreviations:

Album           Full album release, in one or more of the formats below:
  LP            12" vinyl long-player (33 1/3 RPM)
  CD            Compact (digital) disc
  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 - THE OTHER SIDE: Frank Lowe

    1/ The Other Side                           (Lowe)                   7:19
    2/ Zap                                      (Lowe)                   6:18
    3/ Up                                       (Lowe)                   5:13
    4/ Pretty                                   (Lowe, Morris)           5:38
    5/ Carmen                                   (Lowe)                   7:32
    6/ Fresh                                    (Lowe)                   6:00

    Recorded at Palm Studio, Paris on December 19, 1976 

  Frank Lowe: tenor; Lawrence Butch Morris: cornet; Didier Levallet: bass; 
  George Brown: drums.

    1976 - Palm (France), Palm 25 (LP)

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002 - CAPON/MORRIS/MATE/RAHOERSON: Jean-Charles Capon

    1/ Spanish Cake Walk
    2/ Blues For Guy Labory
    3/ Complainte
    4/ Orly-Ivato
    5/ Mode De Fa/Salegy drums solo

    Recorded in Paris in November 1976

  Jean-Charles Capon: cello; Lawrence "Butch" Morris (1-3): cornet; Philippe
  Mate: tenor; Serge Rahoerson: drums.

    1976 - Palm (France), Palm 26 (LP)

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003 - EUROPAMERICA

    1/ The Other Side                           (Frank Lowe)            10:23
    2/ Mode De Fa                               (Jef Gilson)             7:51
    3/ Chromobachism                            (Mal Waldron)            1:58
    4/ The Line                                 (Gerry Hall)             8:41
    5/ Chromatisme                              (Jef Gilson)             7:58
    6/ Con Alma                                 (Dizzy Gillespie)        1:30

    All arrangements by Jef Gilson

    Recorded at "Espace Cardin", Paris on December 23, 1976

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; François Jeanneau: soprano; Jean-Louis
  Chautemps: tenor; Philippe Maté: tenor; Alain Hatot: tenor; Marc Richard:
  tenor; André Jaume: tenor; Jef Gilson: piano, conductor; Pierre-Yves Sorin:
  electric bass; Jean-Charles Capon: cello; George Brown: drums.

    1977 - Palm (France), Palm 28 (LP)

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004 - TRICKS OF THE TRADE: Frank Lowe Quartet

    1/ Navarro's Tomorrow			(Lowe)			10:16
    2/ Anytime					(Lowe)			 6:05
    3/ Clear					(Lowe)			 5:02
    4/ A Ballad					(Lowe)			 5:26
    5/ Unsatisfied Blues			(Lowe)			 5:22
    6/ And Then					(Lowe)			 2:30

    Recorded live at Salle Sainte-Croix des Pelletiers, Rouen (France) on
    December 8, 1976

  Frank Lowe: tenor; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; Didier Levallet: bass;
  George Brown: drums.

    ???? - Marge (France), Marge 02 (LP)
    2002 - Marge (France), Marge 02 (CD)
    2009 - Marge (France), Marge 02 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has bonus tracks.
  Note: the 2009 reissue has not been released yet (planned in August 2009).
  Note: the 2009 CD reissue is using a different graphic design because of 
  some serious litigation with the photographer who took the picture used on
  the early editions.

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005 - DAVID MURRAY AND LOW CLASS CONSPIRACY LIVE, VOL 1: PENTHOUSE JAZZ

    1/ Dewey's Circle                           (Murray)                28:48
    2/ Joann's Green Satin Dress                (Morris)                16:14

    Recorded at the Bim Huis, Amsterdam on August 18, 1977

  David Murray: tenor; Don Pullen: piano; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet;
  Fred Hopkins: bass; Stanley Crouch: drums.

    1977 - Circle Records, RK18877/4  (LP)
    1990 - West Wind, 2039 (CD)
    1998 - Circle Records, 4 (CD)

  Note: the West Wind CD reissue consists of both LP volumes, with "Dewey's
  Circle" omitted; the tracks on the CD are:

    1/ Flowers For Albert                                                3:45
    2/ Patricia - Lost And Lonely                                        7:41
    3/ Holy Seige On Intrigue                                           41:13
    4/ Joann's Green Satin Dress                                        16:13

  Note: the Circle CD reissue consists of both LP volumes, with "Holy Siege On
  Intrigue" and "Flowers For Albert" omitted; the tracks on the CD are:

    1/ Dewey's Circle
    2/ Joann's Green Satin Dress
    3/ Patricia - Lost And Lonely

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006 - DAVID MURRAY AND LOW CLASS CONSPIRACY LIVE, VOL 2: HOLY SIEGE ON
  INTRIGUE

    1/ Patricia - Lost And Lonely               (Murray)                 8:00
    2/ Holy Siege On Intrigue - part 1          (Murray)                17:28
    3/ Holy Siege On Intrigue - part 2          (Murray)                24:26
    4/ Flowers For Albert                       (Murray)                 5:07

    Recorded at the Bim Huis, Amsterdam on August 18, 1977

  David Murray: tenor; Don Pullen: piano; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet;
  Fred Hopkins: bass; Stanley Crouch: drums.

    1977 - Circle Records, RK18877/8  (LP)
    1990 - West Wind, 2039 (CD)
    1998 - Circle Records, 4 (CD)

  Note: the West Wind CD reissue consists of both LP volumes, with "Dewey's
  Circle" omitted; the tracks on the CD are:

    1/ Flowers For Albert                                                3:45
    2/ Patricia - Lost And Lonely                                        7:41
    3/ Holy Seige On Intrigue                                           41:13
    4/ Joann's Green Satin Dress                                        16:13

  Note: the Circle CD reissue consists of both LP volumes, with "Holy Siege On
  Intrigue" and "Flowers For Albert" omitted; the tracks on the CD are:

    1/ Dewey's Circle
    2/ Joann's Green Satin Dress
    3/ Patricia - Lost And Lonely

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007 - IN TOUCH... BUT OUT OF REACH: Butch Morris

    1/ Irin Sun                                 (Morris)                 4:12
    2/ Narobia                                  (Morris)                17:48
    3/ Lovers Existing On The Dunes - Lonely Thrill
                                                (Morris)                19:55

    Recorded on December 22 and 23, 1978

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; Gracham Moncur III: trombone; Charles
  Eubanks: piano; Wilbur Morris: bass; Bobby Battle: drums, percussion; Steve
  McCall: drums, percussion.

    1978 - Kharma, PK9 (LP)
    2013 (?) - Danola (?), ??? (LP)

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008 - LET THE MUSIC TAKE YOU: David Murray

    1/ The Fast Life                            (Murray)                12:22
    2/ Monikolé                                 (Butch Morris)          10:56
    3/ Let The Music Take You                   (Murray)                 9:26
    4/ The Hill                                 (Murray)                12:12

    Recorded live in Rouen, France on January 30, 1978

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; David Murray: tenor; Johnny Dyani: bass;
  George Brown: drums.

    1978 - Marge (France), Marge 04 (LP)
    1993 - Marge (France), 152002 (Marge 04) (CD)
    2009 - Marge (France), Marge 04 (CD)

  Note: the 2009 reissue has not been released yet (planned for August 2009).
  Note: the 2009 CD reissue is using a different graphic design because of 
  some serious litigation with the photographer who took the picture used on
  the early editions.

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009 - LOWE & BEHOLD: The Frank Lowe Orchestra

    1/ Heart In Hand Or (How Vain I Am)         (Lowe)                  13:58
    2/ A Hipster's Dream                        (Lowe)                   4:24
    3/ Lowe-commotion                           (Lowe)                   7:58
    4/ Heavy Drama                              (Lowe)                  12:49

    Recorded in New York City in October 1977

  Frank Lowe: tenor; Joseph Bowie: trombone; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet;
  Arthur Williams: trumpet; Billy Bang: violin; Polly Bradfield: violin;
  Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; John Lindberg: bass; Philip Wilson: drums, perc-
  ussion; John Zorn: alto; Peter Kuhn: clarinet and bass clarinet.

    1978 - Musicworks, Musicworks 3002 (LP)
    2012 - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: warning, the Movie Gold CD-R is not a legit reissue!!! it also inclu-
  des FRESH (1975).

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*** - FLOWERS FOR ALBERT: David Murray

  Disc 1:
    1/ Flowers For Albert                       (Murray)                14:18
    2/ Santa Barbara And Crenshaw Follies       (Murray)                15:53
    3/ Joanne's Green Satin Dress               (Butch Morris)          12:56
    4/ After All This                           (Murray)                13:59
  Disc 2:
    5/ Roscoe                                   (Murray)                 9:05
    6/ The Hill                                 (Murray)                17:55
    7/ Ballad For A Decomposed Beauty           (Murray)                 9:18

    1976 (?) - India Navigation (USA), ??? (LP)
    1997 - India Navigation (USA), IN 1026 (2xCD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.
  Note: (2,4,6) are only available on the 2xCD reissue.

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010 - THE OWL: Steve Lacy & Company

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

    Recorded in Paris in April 1977
    Produced by Pierre Barouh

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Steve Potts: alto, soprano; Irène Aebi: vocals, violin,
  cello; Kent Carter: bass, cello; Oliver Johnson: drums; Takashi Kako: piano;
  Jean-Jacques Avenel (4): kora, cheng, autoharp; Lawrence Butch Morris (4,5):
  cornet.

    1980 - Saravah (France), SHL 1088 (LP)
    1997 - Saravah (France), SHL 2082 (3xCD)

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

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011 - LIVE AT THE LOWER MANHATTAN OCEAN CLUB, VOL. 1: David Murray

    1/ Nevada's Theme                           (Murray)                11:15
    2/ Bechet's Bounce                          (Murray)                 7:37
    3/ Obe                                      ("Butch" Morris)        18:12
    4/ Let The Music Take You                   (Murray)                 3:36

    Recorded live at the Lower Manhattan Ocean Club, New York in December 1977
    Produced by Bob Cummins

  David Murray: tenor, soprano; Lester Bowie: trumpet; Fred Hopkins: bass; 
  Phillip Wilson: drums.

    1978 - India Navigation (USA), IN 1029 (LP)

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012 - LIVE AT THE LOWER MANHATTAN OCEAN CLUB, VOL. 2: David Murray

    1/ For Walter Norris                        ("Butch" Morris)        21:16
    2/ Santa Barbara And Crenshaw Follies       (Murray)                12:20

    Recorded live at the Lower Manhattan Ocean Club, New York in December 1977
    Produced by Bob Cummins

  David Murray: tenor; Lester Bowie: trumpet; Fred Hopkins: bass; Phillip
  Wilson: drums.

    1978 - India Navigation (USA), IN 1044 (LP)

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013 - LAST OF THE HIPMAN: David Murray Quartet

    1/ Monk's Notice                            (James Newton)          21:41
    2/ Patricia                                 (Murray)                13:17
    3/ Last Of The Hipmen                       (Murray)                10:34

    Recorded live in Rouen, France on January 30, 1978
    Produced by Alberto Alberti and Sergio Veschi

  David Murray: tenor; Lawrence Butch Morris: trumpet; Johnny Dyani: bass;
  George Brown: drums, percussion.

    1979 - Red Records (Italy), VPA 129 (LP)

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014 - THE LONDON CONCERT: David Murray

    1/ JasVan (for James VanDerzee)             (Murray)                15:06
    2/ Home (Part 1)                            (Murray)                 8:00
    3/ Secret Of The Circle                     (Morris)                19:03
    4/ Home (Part 2)                            (Murray)                 8:40
    5/ Murray's Steps                           (Murray)                15:23
    6/ Concion De Amor En Espanol               (Brian Smith)           23:20

    Recorded at Collegiate Theatre, London on August 11, 1978

  David Murray: tenor; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; Curtis Clark: piano;
  Brian Smith: bass; Clifford Jarvis: drums.

    1979 - Cadillac (UK), SGC 1008/9 (2xLP)
    2000 - Cadillac (UK), SGC 08/09 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue contains bonus tracks (amounting to about 50mn).

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015 - INTERBOOGIEOLOGY: David Murray

    1/ Namthini's Shadow			(Morris)		 8:18
    2/ Home					(Murray)		11:15
    3/ Blues For David				(Morris)		 9:45
    4/ Interboogieology				(Murray)		 9:14

    Recorded at Ricordi Studios, Milan (Italy) in February 1978
    Produced by Giacomo Pellicciotti

  David Murray: tenor; Lawrence "Butch" Morris (1,3,4): cornet; Johnny Dyani:
  bass; Oliver Johnson (1,3,4): drums; Maria Contreras (1,4): vocals.

    1978 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0018 (LP)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120018-2 (CD)

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016 - SWEET SPACE: Billy Bang Sextet featuring Frank Lowe

    1/ A Pebble Is A Small Rock (Dedicated to Mr. & Mrs. Irving Stone)
						(Bang)                  16:47
    2/ Sweet Space                              (Bang)                   5:10
    3/ Loweski For Frank (T.F.R.)               (Bang)                  12:55
    4/ Music For The Love Of It                 (Morris)                 5:50

    Recorded live at the Loeb Student Center, New York University on November
    15, 1979

  Billy Bang: violin; Frank Lowe: tenor; Luther Thomas: alto; Butch Morris:
  cornet; Curtis Clark: piano; Wilbur Morris: bass; Steve McCall: drums.

    1979 - Anima, Anima 12741 (LP)
    2004 - 8th Harmonic Breakdown (USA), 8005/6 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD set pressing is called SWEET SPACE/UNTITLED GIFT and contains
  also UNTITLED GIFT.

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017 - MING: David Murray Octet

    1/ The Fast Life				(Murray)		 8:53
    2/ The Hill					(Murray)		10:40
    3/ Ming					(Murray)		 4:24
    4/ Jasvan					(Murray)		 8:48
    5/ Dewey's Circle				(Murray)		 6:32

    Recorded at Right Track Recording, New York City on July 25 and 28, 1980
    Produced by David Murray and Kunle Mwanga

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Henry Threadgill: alto; Olu Dara: trump-
  et; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; George Lewis: trombone; Anthony Davis:
  piano; Wilbur Morris: bass; Steve McCall: percussion.

    1980 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0045 (LP)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120045-1 (LP)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120045-2 (CD)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120045-4 (CT)
    2007 - Black Saint (Italy), ??? (CD)
    2012 - Black Saint/CAM Jazz (Italy), BS 520003 (LP+CD)

  Note: not sure if the 2007 reissue has already been released.

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018 - SKIZOKE: Frank Lowe

    1/ Originals                                (Lowe)                   8:26
    2/ The Skizoke                              (Lowe)                   8:17
    3/ Sortie (Take 1)                          (Ornette Coleman)        5:48
    4/ Sortie (Take 2)                          (Ornette Coleman)        2:04
    5/ Some Do, Some Don't                      (Lowe)                  10:15
    6/ Close To The Soul                        (Lowe)                  13:54

    Recorded at Soundscape, New York City on March 31, 1981

  Frank Lowe: tenor; Butch Morris: cornet; Damon Choice: vibes; Larry Simon:
  guitar; Wilbur Morris: bass; Tim Pleasant: drums.

    1981 - Cadence (USA), CJR 1007 (LP)

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019 - EXOTIC HEARTBREAK: Frank Lowe

    1/ Perfection				(Ornette Coleman)	 7:51
    2/ Close To The Soul 			(Lowe, arr. Lowe/Morris) 8:02
    3/ Broadway Rhumba 				(Lowe) 			 3:24
    4/ Addiction Ain't Fiction			(Lowe, arr. Lowe/Morris) 6:56
    5/ Exotic Heartbreak			(Lowe, arr. Lowe/Myers)	 8:18
    6/ Be Prepared				(Lowe, arr. Lowe/Morris) 5:34

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studios, Milano (Italy) on October 22 and 23, 1981

  Frank Lowe: tenor; Lawrence Butch Morris: cornet; Amina Claudine Myers:
  piano; Wilber Morris: bass; Tim Pleasant: drums.

    1982 - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1032 (LP)
    ???? - Soul Note (Italy), 121 032-2 (CD)

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020 - HOME: David Murray Octet

    1/ Home					(Murray)		 5:58
    2/ Santa Barbara And Crenshaw Follies	(Murray)		 7:30
    3/ Choctaw Blues				(Murray)		 7:20
    4/ Last Of The Hipmen			(Murray)		 9:12
    5/ 3-D Family				(Murray)		 8:35

    Recorded at Right Track Recording Studio, New York on October 31 and 
    November 1, 1981
    Produced by David Murray

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Henry Threadgill: alto, bass flute; Olu
  Dara: trumpet; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; George Lewis: trombone;
  Anthony Davis: piano; Wilbur Morris: bass; Steve McCall: percussion.

    1982 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0055 (LP)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0055 (CD)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120055-2 (CD)
    2003 (?) - Folio Collection Records (Ireland), 20093 (CD)

  Note: the CD pressing on Folio Collection Records is called 100 ANOS DE
  SWING instead of HOME.

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021 - OUTLINE NO. 12: Billy Bang

    1/ Seeing Together                          (Bang)                  13:28
    2/ Outline No. 12                           (Bang)                   7:01
    3/ Conception                               (Bang)                  19:01

    Recorded in New York City in July 1982

  Billy Bang: violin; Jason Hwang: violin; Joseph Hailes: violin; Frank Lowe:
  soprano; Wilber Morris: bass; Charles Tyler: B flat clarinet; Henri Warner:
  alto clarinet; David Murray: bass clarinet; Khan Jamal: vibes; Sunny Murray:
  percussion; John "Khuwana" Fuller: percussion; Lawrence "Butch" Morris:
  conductor.

    1982 - OAO Records, 5004 (LP)
    1982 - Celluloid (France), CEL6704 (LP)
    2003 - Celluloid/Charly (?), 256 (CD)

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022 - STATE OF THE UNION: various artists

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

    25/ Crayon Bondage

  Butch Morris; Jessica Hagedorn.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

    1982 - Zoar Records, Zoar 10 (LP)
    1992 - Arrest Records, ??? (CD)
    1993 - Muworks Records, MUW 1016 CD (CD)

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

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023 - THE NEW YORK CITY ARTISTS' COLLECTIVE PLAYS BUTCH MORRIS

    1/ Beyond					(Morris)		 9:56
    2/ Music For The Love Of It			(Morris)		 5:10
    3/ Alexandre At 2				(Morris)		 8:00
    4/ The Current And The Feather		(Morris)		 6:56

    Recorded in New York City on November 19, 1982

  Butch Morris: conductor, arranger, piano; Ellen Christi: vocals; Steve
  Buchanan: alto; Juan Quinones: harmonica, guitar; Lefferts Brown: synthesi-
  zer; Rita Wood (2,4): electric bass; Issac Falu (1-3): electric bass; Tom
  Bruno: drums.

    ???? - N.Y.C.A.C. Records (USA), NYCAC 503 (LP)

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024 - SOME ORDER, LONG UNDERSTOOD: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Psalm                                    (Horvitz)               21:08
    2/ Some Order, Long Understood              (Horvitz)               21:20

    Recorded live at Studio Henry, New York City on February 5, 1982

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; Wayne Horvitz: piano; William Parker: bass.

    1983 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0059 (LP)
    1994 - Black Saint (Italy), 120059-2 (CD)

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025 - MURRAY'S STEPS: David Murray Octet

    1/ Murray's Steps                           (Murray)                12:25
    2/ Sweet Lovely                             (Murray)                 8:00
    3/ Sing Song                                (Murray)                 9:40
    4/ Flowers For Albert                       (Murray)                 9:40

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milan (Italy) on July 14, 15, and 19, 1982

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Henry Threadgill: alto, flute; Bobby
  Bradford: trumpet; Lawrence Butch Morris: cornet; Craig Harris: trombone;
  Curtis Clark: piano; Wilbur Morris: bass; Steve McCall: percussion.

    1983 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0065 (LP)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120065-2 (CD)

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026 - GRANDMOTHER'S TEACHING: Johnny Dyani

    1/ Blues For Bra Dick
    2/ I Will Let The Spring To Explain
    3/ Open Ballad To Mandela
    4/ Grandmother's Teaching
    5/ Zalis Indinga
    6/ Majikas Bhekane

    Recorded in March 1983

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; Doudou Gouirand: alto; Pierre Dorge: gui-
  tar; Johnny "Mbizo" Dyani: bass, vocals; Makaya Ntshoko: drums.

    ???? - JAM (France), 0582 (LP)

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027 - INTENSIVE CARE: The Jazz Doctors

    1/ Little Melonae                           (Jackie McLean)          4:50
    2/ Ballad With One L.                       (Billy Bang)             8:20
    3/ Spooning                                 (Butch Morris)           5:10
    4/ Loweology                                (Frank Lowe)             6:00
    5/ Blood On The Cross                       (Rashied Ali)            4:55
    6/ Lonely Woman                             (Ornette Coleman)       12:19

    Recorded at Wave Studios, London on August 11, 1983

  Billy Bang: violin; Frank Lowe: tenor; Rafael Garrett: bass; Dennis Charles:
  drums.

    1983 (?) - Cadillac (UK), 1011 (LP)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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028 - MORNING SONG: David Murray

    1/ Morning Song                             (Murray)                 8:05
    2/ Body And Soul                            (John Green)             6:50
    3/ Light Blue Frolic                        (Butch Morris)           7:27
    4/ Jitterbug Waltz                          (Fats Waller)            6:26
    5/ Off Season                               (Murray)                10:56
    6/ Duet                                     (Murray)                 2:14

    Recorded at Vanguard Studios, New York on September 25, 26 and 30, 1983
    Produced by Giovanni Bonandrini

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; John Hicks: piano; Reggie Workman: bass;
  Ed Blackwell: drums.

    1984 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0075 (LP)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0075 CD (CD)
    ???? - Black Saint (Italy), 120075-2 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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029 - BE COOL IN MUNICH - LIVE CONCERT: A.R. Penck

    1/ Be Cool In Munich/Part I/1
    2/ Be Cool In Munich/Part I/2

    No recording information

  Frank Lowe: sax; Butch Morris: cornet; Billy Bang: violin, drums; Heinz
  Wollny: bass; Frank Wollny: guitar; A.R. Penck: piano, drums; Dennis
  Charles: drums; Phil Minton: vocals; Rene Debas: guitar.

    ???? - TTT (UK), 0014, 0015, 0016, 0017, 0018 (5xLP)

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030 - 3 + 2 = X  1984: A.R. Penck
              XX

    1/ We Met Butch And Frank In Town
    2/ Our Sound Unity

    Recorded at Dimensional Sound Studio, New York on May 27, 1984
    Produced by Giorgio Gomelsky

  Frank Wright: saxophone, vocals; Butch Morris: cornet; Frank Wollny: guitar;
  Heinz Wollny: bass; A.R. Penck: drums.

    1984 - TTT (UK), TTT 7 (LP)

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031 - NEW YORK, NEW YORK: A.R. Penck

    1/ New York, New York
    2/ Catch The Dollar!
    3/ Proof And Search!

  Frank Wright: saxes, vocals; Butch Morris: cornet; Frank Wollny: guitar;
  Heinz Wollny: bass; A.R. Penck: drums.

    1984 (?) - TTT (UK), TTT 13 (LP)

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032 - LIVE IN HACKNEY: A.R. Penck

    1/ Can I Ask You A Question?
    2/ Unknown Fractals
    3/ Spring Dog In Hackney
    4/ Subconscious Remembrance
    5/ Together And Against Each Other
    6/ Cold Red
    7/ Old Party At Night

  Butch Morris: cornet, drums; A. R. Penck: flute, bass, drums, vocals; Frank
  Wollny: bass, drums, guitar; Heinz Wollny: bass, guitar.

    ???? - TTT (UK), 0027 (2xLP)

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033 - ASPECTS OF THE NY. NY. NY. SITUATION: A.R. Penck

    1/ untitled
    2/ untitled
    3/ untitled
    4/ untitled
    5/ untitled

  Frank Wright: tenor; Butch Morris: cornet; Frank Wollny: bass, guitar; Heinz
  Wollny: bass, guitar; ???: ???; A. R. Penck: piano, flute; etc.

    ???? - TTT (UK), 0032 (2xLP)

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034 - DECISION IN PARADISE: Frank Lowe

    1/ Decision In Paradise                     (Lowe)                   4:58
    2/ I'll Whistle Your Name                   (L. "Butch" Morris)      3:26
    3/ Cherryco                                 (Don Cherry)             5:58
    4/ Lowe-ologie                              (Lowe)                   5:24
    5/ You Dig!                                 (Grachan Moncur III)     8:18
    6/ Dues And Don'ts                          (Lowe)                  10:53

    Recorded at Vanguard Studios, New York City on September 24 & 28, 1984

  Frank Lowe: tenor; Don Cherry: trumpet; Grachan Moncur III: trombone; Geri
  Allen: piano; Charnett Moffett: bass; Charles Moffett: drums.

    1984 (?) - Soul Note (Italy), SN 1082 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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035 - NORTH AMERICA: Curlew

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

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

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

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

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

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036 - A DIAMOND HIDDEN IN THE MOUTH OF A CORPSE: various artists

  This record features Hüsker Dü (1), David Johansen (2), John Giorno Band
  (3), William S. Burroughs (4), Sonic Youth (5), Cabaret Voltaire (6),
  Diamanda Galas (7), Coil (8), Michael Gira (9), David van Tieghem (10), 
  Jessica Hagedorn and The Gangster Choir (11).

  Butch Morris plays on one track with Jessica Hagedorn and The Gangster
  Choir:

    11/ Tenement Lover                          (Jessica Hagedorn)       6:45

    Recorded at The 80's Studio, New York in 1981
    Produced by Jessica Hagedorn & The Gangster Choir

  Jessica Hagedorn: words, vocals; Hiroshi Harada: guitar; Eric Turner: bass;
  Butch Morris: cornet; Bugsy Moore: percussion; Dan Almateen: synthesizer;
  Rick Mascarinas: drums.

    1985 - Giorno Poetry Systems (USA), GPS 035 (LP)
    1997 - Giorno Poetry/Systems Records (USA), VICD 011 (CD)

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037 - I WANT TO TALK ABOUT YOU: David Murray

    1/ Heart To Heart                           (Micks)                 12:48
    2/ Quads                                    (Drummond)               6:58
    3/ Red Car                                  (Butch Morris)           8:37
    4/ I Want To Talk About You                 (Eckstine)              13:40
    5/ Morning Song                             (Murray)                14:10

    Recorded at Charlie's Tap, Boston on March 1, 1986
    Produced by David Murray

  David Murray: tenor; John Hicks: piano; Ray Drummond: bass; Ralph Peterson
  Jr.: drums.

    1986 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 105-1 (LP)
    1989 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 105-2 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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038 - NYC 1986: David Murray

    1/ Red Car                                  (Butch Morris)           4:00
    2/ Long Goodbye                             (Butch Morris)           4:35
    3/ Kareem                                   (Murray)                 8:30
    4/ According To Webster                     (Murray)                11:15
    5/ Patricia                                 (Murray)                 9:35
    6/ Light Years                              (Murray)                14:15

    Recorded at Sound Ideas, NYC, on May 10, 1986

  David Murray: tenor; James Blood Ulmer: guitar; Fred Hopkins: bass; Sunny
  Murray: drums.

    1986 - DIW (Japan), DIW 8009 (LP)
    1986 - DIW (Japan), 32DIW802CD (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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039 - IN OUR STYLE: David Murray, Jack DeJohnette

    1/ In Your Style                            (Butch Morris)           6:13
    2/ Tin Can Alley                            (DeJohnette)             5:30
    3/ Both Feet On The Ground                  (Murray)                 5:01
    4/ The Dice                                 (Butch Morris)           8:11
    5/ Pastel Rhapsody                          (DeJohnette)             6:28
    6/ Great Peace                              (Murray)                 6:43
    7/ Kalimba                                  (DeJohnette)             5:30

    Recorded at Sound Ideas, NYC, September 3-4, 1986

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Jack DeJohnette: drums, piano; Fred
  Hopkins: bass (1,4).

    1986 - DIW (Japan), DIW 8012 (LP)
    1986 - DIW (Japan), DIW-819 (CD)

  Note: (7) is not available on the LP pressing.
  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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040 - LIVE AT "SWEET BASIL", VOLUME 1: David Murray Big Band

    1/ Lovers					(Murray)		 8:20
    2/ Bechet's Bounce				(Murray)                12:05
    3/ Silence					(Murray)		 5:55
    4/ Duet For Big Band			(Murray)		16:10

    Recorded live at Sweet Basil, New York City on August 24-26, 1984

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Olu Dara: cornet; Baikida Carroll:
  trumpet; Craig Harris: trombone; Bob Stewart: tuba; Vincent Chancey: French
  horn; Steve Coleman: alto, soprano; John Purcell: alto, clarinet; Rod
  Williams: piano; Fred Hopkins: bass; Billy Higgins: drums, percussion;
  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: conductor.

    1986 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0085 (LP)
    1986 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 085-2 (CD)

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041 - LIVE AT "SWEET BASIL", VOLUME 2: David Murray Big Band

    1/ Dewey's Circle                           (Murray)                13:42
    2/ Roses                                    (Butch Morris)          11:04
    3/ David Tune                               (Murray)                12:22
    4/ Great Peace                              (Murray)                 9:43
    5/ Four Minute Marvin (for Marvin Gaye)     (Murray)                 2:34
		
    Recorded live at Sweet Basil, New York City on August 24-26, 1984 

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Olu Dara: cornet; Baikida Carroll:
  trumpet; Craig Harris: trombone; Bob Stewart: tuba; Vincent Chancey: French
  horn; Steve Coleman: alto, soprano; John Purcell: alto, clarinet; Rod
  Williams: piano; Fred Hopkins: bass; Billy Higgins: drums, percussion;
  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: conductor.

    1986 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0095 (LP)
    1986 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 095-2 (CD)

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042 - TRIOS: Bill Horvitz, Lawrence "Butch" Morris, J.A. Deane

    1/ Soundcheck				(BH, LBM, JAD)		 3:21
    2/ 7.5 Flutter				(BH, LBM, JAD)		 6:52
    3/ Gear					(BH, LBM, JAD)		 2:25
    4/ Sebastian's Dilemma			(BH, LBM, JAD)		 6:34
    5/ Rivals					(BH, LBM, JAD)		 5:00
    6/ The Outer Provinces			(BH, LBM, JAD)		10:17
    7/ Els					(Morris)		 3:10

    Recorded in 1985 at Roulette, NYC by Jim Staley, edited by Wayne Horvitz

  Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet, piano; J.A.
  Deane: trombone, electronics, hand drum.

    1986 - Dossier (Germany), ST 7518 (LP)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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044 - THE HEALERS: David Murray, Randy Weston

    1/ Clever Beggar                            (Butch Morris)           8:15
    2/ The Healers                              (Weston)                14:19
    3/ Mbizo                                    (Murray)                 6:12
    4/ Blue Moses                               (Weston)                14:49

    Recorded at Seltzer Sound, NY on September 26, 1987
    Produced by Giovanni Bonandrini

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Randy Weston: piano.

    1987 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 118-2 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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045 - NINE BELOW ZERO: Wayne Horvitz, Butch Morris, Robert Previte

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

    Recorded at Newtex Studio, New York City in January 1986

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

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

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046 - 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.

  Butch Morris plays on one track with H/M/D:

    20/ Runner								 3:53

    Recorded at Roulette by Jim Staley

  Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Lawrence Butch Morris: cornet; J.A. Deane:
  trombonelectronics, percussion.

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

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

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047 - NO FRICTION: Fool Proof

    1/ Beale and Baxter							 0:32
    2/ Lower East Side Jazzbo Panorama Blues				 2:49
    3/ August Wilson's Urban Blue Blues					 3:05
    4/ Popeye Blues							 5:19
    5/ Leg Blues							 4:14
    6/ Red Car								 4:09
    7/ Girl's Gonna Drive Me Mad					 4:11
    8/ West Broadway and 125th						 0:26
    9/ Love and Happiness						 6:22
    10/ Shelter Man							 3:31
    11/ Sidewalking							 6:11
    12/ Title Nine Blues						 7:19

    Recorded in December 1987

  Lawrence "Weas" Newton: vocals; Frederick Phineas: harmonica; Dwight
  Andrews: sax, bass clarinet; Butch Morris: cornet; Ray Anderson: trombone;
  Ronnie Drayton: guitar; Bernie Worrell: piano, Hammond B-3; Jamaaladeen
  Tacuma: bass; Pheeroan Aklaff: drums.

    1988 - Gramavision, 18-8804-1 (LP)

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048 - THE HILL: David Murray Trio

    1/ Santa Barbara And Crenshaw Follies       (Murray)                 8:25
    2/ The Hill                                 (Murray)                 9:00
    3/ Fling                                    (Butch Morris)           7:09
    4/ Take The Coltrane                        (Duke Ellington)         7:42
    5/ Herbie Miller                            (Murray)                 5:52
    6/ Chelsea Bridge                           (Billy Strayhorn)       10:31

    Recorded at Sound Ideas Studios, New York City on November 29, 1986

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Richard Davis: bass; Joe Chambers:
  drums, vibes.

    1988 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 110-1 (LP)
    1988 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 110-2 (CD)
    1988 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 110-4 (CT)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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

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

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

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

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

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050 - DEEP RIVER: David Murray

    1/ Jazz (Is Back)                           (Butch Morris)           7:09
    2/ Home                                     (Murray)                10:02
    3/ Mbizo                                    (Murray)                10:50
    4/ Theme 2A                                 (Murray)                11:12
    5/ Dakar Dance                              (Murray)                 5:28
    6/ Mr. P.C.                                 (Coltrane)              12:43
    7/ Deep River                               (traditional)            5:54

    Recorded at A & R Recording, New York City in January 1988
    Produced by Kazunori Sugiyama

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Dave Burrell: piano; Fred Hopkins: bass;
  Ralph Peterson Jr.: drums.

    1989 - DIW (Japan), DIW 830 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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051 - MING'S SAMBA: David Murray

    1/ Ming's Samba                             (Murray)
    2/ Rememberin' Fats (for Fats Waller)       (Murray)
    3/ Nowhere Everafter                        (Butch Morris)
    4/ Spooning                                 (Butch Morris)
    5/ Walter's Waltz                           (Murray)

    Recorded on July 20, 1988 at CBS Studios, New York
    Produced by Bob Thiele

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; John Hicks: piano; Ray Drummond: bass;
  Ed Blackwell: drums.

    1989 - Portrait/CBS, RK 44432 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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052 - DAVID MURRAY, LIVE AT THE LOWER MANHATTAN OCEAN CLUB: David Murray

    1/ Nevada's Theme				(Murray)		11:15
    2/ Bechet's Bounce				(Murray)		 7:37
    3/ Obe					("Butch" Morris)	18:12
    4/ Let The Music Take You			(Murray)		 3:36
    5/ For Walter Norris			("Butch" Morris)	21:16
    6/ Santa Barbara And Crenshaw Follies	(Murray)		12:20

    Recorded live at the Lower Manhattan Ocean Club, New York, in December
    1977
    Produced by Bob Cummins

  David Murray: tenor, soprano on (2); Lester Bowie: trumpet; Fred Hopkins:
  bass; Phillip Wilson: drums.

    1989 - India Navigation, IN 1032 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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053 - HOMEING: Butch Morris

    1/ Intro-Interlude
    2/ Nowhere Ever After I
    3/ Long Goodbye
    4/ Nowhere Ever After II
    5/ Sound Interlude
    6/ The Dice
    7/ Nowhere Ever After III
    8/ Cornet Solo

    Recorded on June 11, 1987

  Butch Morris: cornet; J.A. Deane: trombone, electronics; Vincent Chancey:
  French horn; Daniel Werts: oboe; Shelley Hirsch: voice; David Weinstein:
  electronics; Jason Hwang: violin; Pierre Dorge: guitar; Eli Fountain: vibes;
  Curtis Clark: piano; Jean-Jacques Avenel: bass; Oliver Johnson: drums.

    ???? - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS 4015 (LP)
    ???? - Sound Aspects (Germany), SASCD 4015 (CD)

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054 - FLAKES: Tiziana Simona

    1/ Flakes To Mark Rothko                    (Lacy, Simona)           5:47
    2/ Little One                               (Waldron)                4:10
    3/ Bo Il Cinese (Nowhere Ever After)        (Butch Morris, Simona)   4:20
    4/ Flowers For Albert                       (David Murray)           3:50
    5/ Shadow Figures                           (Waldron, Simona)        5:43
    6/ Rose Selavy                              (Rava, Simona)           7:20
    7/ Left Alone                               (Waldron, B. Holliday)   6:02
    8/ Fling                                    (Butch Morris, Simona)   6:54
    9/ Mari                                     (Giulio Visibelli)       3:10

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milano (Italy) in August and September 1988
    Produced by Tiziana Simona and Roberta Ancillotti

  Tiziana Simona: vocals; Mal Waldron: piano; Steve Lacy: soprano; Enrico
  Rava: trumpet, flugelhorn; Giulio Visibelli: flute, alto flute.

    1989 - ITM (Germany), ITM 0037 (LP)
    1989 - ITM (Germany), ITM 1437 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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

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

    7/ Recollection Bruise                      (Cora)                   2:49

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

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

  Note: the CT pressing is packaged in a can!

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056 - APPROXIMATIONS: Martin Schütz & Hans Koch

    1/ Yes You Are                              (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   1:50
    2/ Cardboardhouses                          (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   5:30
    3/ Both Poles                               (Koch, Schütz, Cyrille)  4:55
    4/ They Always Drank Their Tea With Dignity (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   5:00
    5/ Suburbia Mad Song                        (HK, MS, LBM, JH)        4:10
    6/ Freefall                                 (Koch, Schütz, Cyrille)  7:25
    7/ Unnecessary Noise Prohibited             (Koch, Schütz, Hwang)    5:55
    8/ Pippin's Radiator Express                (HK, MS, TC, PB)         6:10
    9/ Remember Coney Island                    (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   5:45
    10/ Feasibility                             (HK, MS, LBM, JH)        1:35
    11/ Last Turn                               (Koch, Schütz, Cyrille)  5:45
    12/ In Honor of Brog Shence                 (Koch, Schütz, Hirsch)   2:20
    13/ Amplified Insects I                     (HK, MS, TC, PB)         2:15
    14/ Amplified Insects II                    (HK, MS, LBM, JH)        3:30

    Recorded and Mixed by Martin Bisi from 27-11 to 4-12-1989 at B.C, Studios,
    Brooklyn, New York

  Butch Morris: cornet; Shelley Hirsch: vocals; Jason Hwang: violin; Andrew
  Cyrille: drums; Tom Cora: cello; Pippin Barnett: drums; Martin Schütz: elec-
  tric 5-string cello; Hans Koch: tenor, soprano, bass clarinet.

    1990 - Intakt Records, Intakt CD 018/1990 (CD)

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057 - 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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*** - FLOWERS FOR ALBERT: David Murray

    1/ Flowers For Albert                                                3:45
    2/ Patricia - Lost And Lonely                                        7:41
    3/ Holy Seige On Intrigue                                           41:49
    4/ Joann's Green Satin Dress                                        16:13

    Recorded August 18, 1977 at the Bim Huis, Amsterdam

  David Murray: saxophones; Don Pullen: piano; Lawrence Butch Morris: cornet;
  Fred Hopkins: bass; Stanley Crouch: drums.

    1990 - West Wind, 2039 (CD)

  Note: this record is a compilation of almost all of the material on
  PENTHOUSE JAZZ (1977) and HOLY SEIGE ON INTRIGUE (1977).

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058 - X-COMMUNICATION

      Mass-X-Communication:
      1/ Part 1: Two Of Many						42:59
      2/ Part 2: More Of Many						26:52

    (1) recorded by Holger Scheuermann and Jost Gebers during the "Total Music
    Meeting" on November 3rd, 1990 at the "Quartier" in Berlin
    (2) recorded by Ansgar Ballhorn and Dietrich Wohlfromm on December 15th,
    1990 at the "Von-der-Heydt-Museum" in Wuppertal

  J.A. Deane: trombone, electronics; Shelley Hirsch: vocal; Jason Hwang: vio-
  lin; Hans Koch: reeds; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; Hans Reichel: gui-
  tars, daxophone; Martin Schütz: cello; Paul Lovens: drums, percussion.

    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 33 (CD)

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059 - SPECIAL QUARTET: David Murray

    1/ La Tina Lee                              (Butch Morris)           6:02
    2/ Cousin Mary                              (Coltrane)               7:30
    3/ Hope/Scope                               (Murray)                10:48
    4/ Dexter's Dues                            (Murray)                 6:33
    5/ In A Sentimental Mood                    (Ellington)             10:21
    6/ 3D Family                                (Murray)                 9:28

    Recorded at Soundtrack, NYC on March 26, 1990
    Produced by Bob Thiele

  David Murray: tenor; McCoy Tyner:  piano; Fred Hopkins: bass; Elvin Jones:
  drums.

    1991 - DIW (Japan), DIW 843 (CD)
    1991 - DIW/Columbia (USA), CK 52955 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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060 - DAVID MURRAY BIG BAND: David Murray

    1/ Paul Gonsalves                           (Murray)                17:37
    2/ Lester                                   (Murray)                 9:56
    3/ Ben                                      (Murray)                10:09
    4/ Calling Steve McCall                     (Murray)                 6:17
    5/ Lovejoy                                  (Murray)                 6:11
    6/ Istanbul                                 (Murray)                 9:24
    7/ David's Tune                             (Murray)                 7:50
    8/ Let The Music Take You                   (Murray)                 3:49

    Recorded in March 1991

  David Murray: tenor, etc; Graham Haynes: trumpet; Hugh Ragin: trumpet; Rasul
  Siddik: trumpet; James Zollar: trumpet; Craig Harris: trombone; Frank Lacy:
  trombone; Al Patterson: trombone; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Bob Stewart:
  tuba; Khalil Henry: flute, piccolo; John Purcell: alto; James Spaulding:
  alto, flute; Patience Higgins: tenor, soprano; Don Byron: baritone saxopho-
  ne, clarinet; Sonelius Smith: piano; Fred Hopkins: bass; Tani Tabbal: drums;
  Joel A. Brandon: whistle; Andy Bey: violin; Lawrence Butch Morris: conduc-
  tor.

    1991 - DIW (Japan), 851 (CD)
    1991 - DIW/Columbia (Japan), CK 48964 (CD)

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061 - CIRCULADO: Caetano Veloso

    1/ Fora Da Ordem                            (Veloso)                 5:53
    2/ Circulado De Fulo                        (Veloso)                 3:29
    3/ Itapua                                   (Veloso)                 3:37
    4/ Boas Vindas                              (Veloso)                 3:41
    5/ Ela Ela                                  (Lindsay, Veloso)        2:03
    6/ Santa Clara, Padroeira Da Televisao      (Veloso)                 3:06
    7/ Baiao Da Penha                           (Guio de Morais, David Nasser)
                                                                         3:25
    8/ Neide Candolina                          (Veloso)                 4:10
    9/ A Terceira Margem Do Rio                 (M. Nascimento, Veloso)  2:23
    10/ O Cu Do Mundo                           (Veloso)                 3:59
    11/ Lindeza                                 (Veloso)                 4:07

    Produced by Arto Lindsay
    Recorded at Polygram Studios, Rio de Janeiro and at East Hill Studios,
    New York City

  Caetano Veloso: acoustic guitar, vocals; Toni Costa (1,6,9): guitar; Arthur
  Maia (1,3,6): bass; Marcelo Costa (1,2,4,6,9,10): drums, timbales, surdo,
  berimbo, pandeiro; Armando Marçal (1,6): tamborins, repinique, shaker;
  Andrés Levin (1,6,10): keyboards, samples; Sacha Amback (1): sample; Moreno
  Veloso (1,3,4,6): pandeiro, vocal; Bebel Gilberto (1,8): vocal; Audrey
  Martells (1): vocal; Billy Carrion (1): vocal; Laurie Andriamampianina (1):
  vocal; Kazu Makino (1): vocal; Tavinho Fialho (2,4,10): bass; Jacques
  Morelenbaum (2,3): cello; Oswaldinho (2): accordion; Torcuato Mariano (3):
  guitar; Carlos Bala (3): drums; Marcos Amma (3,6,9): congas, gourd; Jorge
  Ranewsky (3): cello; Alceu Reis (3): cello; Marie Springuel (3): viola;
  Gilberto Gil (4,10): guitar, vocal; Edith Oliveira (4); Mônica Millet (4):
  pandeiro; Wellington Soares (4,6): hand claps; Naná Vasconcelos (4): talking
  drum, ceramic, congas; Arto Lindsay (5,10): electric guitar; Butch Morris
  (6,10): cornet; Tony Lewis (8): drums; Melvin Gibbs (8): bass; Marc Ribot
  (8): guitar; Amilton Lino (8): timbau, surdo; Ryuichi Sakamoto (8,10):
  keyboards, samples, strings, bass, piano; Gal Costa (10): guest vocals.

    1991 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79277-2 (CD)
    1991 - Philips/Polygram (Brazil), 510 639-2 (CD)

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062 - DUST TO DUST: Butch Morris

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

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

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

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

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063 - SHAKILL'S WARRIOR: David Murray

    1/ Blues For Savannah                       (Murray)                 7:26
    2/ Song From The Old Country                (Pullen)                 7:01
    3/ High Priest                              (Cyrille)               11:59
    4/ In The Spirit                            (Pullen)                 9:49
    5/ Shakill's Warrior                        (Murray)                 8:37
    6/ At The Cafe Central                      (Pullen)                10:52
    7/ Black February                           (Butch Morris)           8:53
    8/ Milano Strut                             (Pullen)                 8:17

    Recorded at Sound On Sound, NYC, March 1-2, 1991

  David Murray: tenor; Don Pullen: organ; Stanley Franks: guitar; Andrew
  Cyrille: drums.

    1991 - DIW (Japan), DIW-850 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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064 - COUNTERCURRENTS: various artists

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

    6/ Othello B                                (Butch Morris)           7:58

    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80421-2 (CD)

  See DUST TO DUST (1991) for further references.

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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065 - HOLLYWOOD BLVD. CONCERT: various artists

  Disc 1: Hollywood Blvd 89
    1/ Beach					(Wollny, Morris, Penck)	19:26
    2/ L.A.					(Morris, Wollny, Penck)	28:22
    3/ Homeless					(Penck, Wollny Luepertz)22:11

    Recorded at Hollywood Blvd. Studio, Los Angeles on January 15, 1989
    Produced by A.R. Penck

  Butch Morris: flute, piano, percussion; A.R. Penck: flute, piano, drums;
  Frank Wollny: bass; Tylon Barea: flute, percussion, drums.

  Disc 2: Malibu-Experiment

    4/ Malibu Experiment			(LBM,FW,ARP,ML)		10:55
									20:57
    5/ Piano Solo				(Penck)			11:04
    6/ Trio Malibu				(ML,ARP,FW)		14:23
    7/ Malibu Duo				(Wollny, Morris)	 5:05
    8/ Swop					(LBM,FW,ARP,ML)		 7:59

    No recording information
    Produced by A.R. Penck

  Butch Morris: cornet; A.R. Penck: drums, piano, bass; Markus Luepertz:
  piano, flute; Frank Wollny: bass, drums.

  Disc 3: Frank Wright

    9/ Wartesaal							16:34
    10/ Deutsche Bank							 8:32
    11/ Haus Blitz							20:41
    12/ untitled							20:36
    13/ untitled							 3:35

    No recording information
    Produced by A.R. Penck

  Frank Wright: saxophone; Frank Wollny: bass; A.R. Penck: drums.

    1991 (?) - Mara Records (Germany), 6001 (3xCD)

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066 - SESSION-RECESSION: A.R. Penck

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York

  William Morris: bass; Vincent Chancey: French horn; A.R. Penck: drums,
  piano; Frank Wollny: bass; Butch Morris: cornet.

    ???? - Mara (Germany), 6008/6009 (2xCD)

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067 - STAT GARTEN: A.R. Penck

  Gunter Hampel: vibraphone, bass clarinet; Jeanne Lee: vocals; Frank Wollny:
  bass; A.R. Penck: drums; Butch Morris: cornet.

    ???? - Mara (Germany), 6012 (CD)

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068 - DOKUMENTATION WITTENER TAGE FÜR NEUE KAMMERMUSIK 1991: various artists

  This 2xCD set features compositions by Heinz Holliger, Hans Koch/Lawrence
  Butch Morris/Martin Schütz, Rolf Riehm, Georg Kröll, Adriana Hölszky, Martin
  Smolka, Johannes Kalitzke, Volker Heyn, Galina Ustwolskaja, Iannis Xenakis,
  Edgard Varèse.

    2/ Small Black Spot 2			(Koch, Butch Morris, Schütz)

    (2) recorded in Witten, Germany on April 26-28, 1991

  Lawrence Butch Morris (2): cornet; Hans Koch (2): bass clarinet, saxophone;
  Martin Schütz: cello.

    1991 - Wittener Dokumentation (Germany), WD 91 (2xCD)

  Note: auto-produced CD.

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069 - DUOS AMERICA: Peter Kowald

  This record features Peter Kowald in duos with Diamanda Galas, Butch Morris,
  Anne Le Baron, Danny Davis, Andrew Cyrille, Vincent Chancey, Tom Cora,
  Jeanne Lee, Zeena Parkins, Julius Hemphill.

    2/ Fragments of Burden of Choise Suite      (Morris, Kowald)         5:05

    Recorded on March 31, 1986 by Martin Bisi in Brooklyn, New York

  Peter Kowald: bass; Butch Morris: cornet.

    1992 - FMP (Germany), FMP 1270 (LP)

  Note: Butch Morris does not appear on the CD.
  Note: FMP released two sets of FMP 1260, 1270, 1280 each in a slip set as
  a limited edition:
    Set I:  edition 200 copies FMP 1260, 1270, 1280
    Set II: edition 100 copies FMP 1260, 1270, 1280
      included a signed and numbered artwork (silk screen print) by Peter
      Kowald.

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070 - FIRST PROGRAM IN STANDARD TIME: The New York Composers Orchestra

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

    Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York City in January 1992
    (6) recorded at Power Station, New York City in January 1990

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

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

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071 - WHEN THE SUN IS OUT YOU DON'T SEE STARS: Peter Kowald, Werner Lüdi,
  Butch Morris, Sainkho Namtchylak

    1/ Dance of the Invisibles						 3:26
    2/ Paris Bar						 	 3:12
    3/ A Thousand Years Etcetera					 4:11
    4/ Bursting Bubbles							 3:42
    5/ Sacred Places							 2:42
    6/ Overcome Babylon							 5:06
    7/ Wind Talking							 4:39
    8/ Happysad								 2:58
    9/ Bold as Gold							 4:28
    10/ Killer Planets							 2:08
    11/ Dawn in Tuva							 3:20
    12/ Yes Yes the Anarchy						 3:01
    13/ A Little World Music						 4:13
    14/ Long Trust and These Jokes					 3:37
    15/ Dark Side of White						 4:49
    16/ The Art of Falling Apart					 1:21
    17/ Burning Spirits							 4:29
    18/ Pretty Ugly							 3:32
    19/ House of Trouble						 2:47
    20/ No Longer Down Under						 5:07

    (1-12) recorded on November 26 and 27, 1990 at Soundville Studio, Luzern
    (13-20) recorded on July 8, 1991 at FMP Studio, Berlin

  Peter Kowald: double bass; Werner Lüdi: alto, baritone saxophone; Butch
  Morris: cornet; Sainkho Namtchylak: voice.

    1993 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 38 (CD)

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072 - SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 1

    1/ Devil's Island                           (Wayne Shorter)          5:36
    2/ Bamboo                                   (Archie Shepp)           5:21
    3/ My Little Brown Book                     (Billy Strayhorn)        5:34
    4/ Spoonin'                                 (Butch Morris)           8:25
    5/ In A Sentimental Mood                    (Duke Ellington)         7:23
    6/ Footprints                               (Wayne Shorter)          7:34
    7/ Four                                     (Miles Davis)            5:47
    8/ Tu-Way-Pack-E-Way                        (Joe Chambers)           6:32
    9/ Why Try To Change Me Now                 (Cy Coleman)             5:37
    10/ Blues For JC (master take)              (Jiro Yoshida)           7:29

    Recorded at Sound on Sound, New York on August 13, 14 & 25, 1992

  Lee Konitz (1,5,8): alto; Phil Woods (10): alto; Frank Morgan (5,6,8): alto;
  Archie Shepp (2,3): tenor; Houston Person (10): tenor; Dave Liebman (8,9,
  10): soprano; Bennie Wallace (10): tenor; David Murray (2,4,8): tenor; Steve
  Coleman (10): alto; Donald Harrison (5,7,8): alto; John Zorn (1): alto;
  Craig Bailey (10): alto; George Cables: piano; Rufus Reid: bass; Joe
  Chambers: drums; Santi DeBriano (5): bass; Jiro Yoshida (10): guitar.

    1993 - King Records/Paddle Wheel Records (Japan), KICJ 139 (CD)
    1995 - Evidence (USA), ECD 22130-2 (2xCD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.
  Note: the Evidence pressing is called THE COLOSSAL SAXOPHONE SESSIONS, and
  contains both SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 1 and SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 2.

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073 - SELECTED SOUNDSCAPE NO.2: Telefonia

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

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

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

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

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

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074 - KLANGBRUCKE BERN SELECTED SOUNDSCAPE NO 1: various artists

    1/ Condensation                                                     16:10
    2/ Telemusic                                                        16:01
    3/ Conducting                                                        8:46
    4/ The Bridge                                                       26:23

    Recorded live on the railway viaduct and Kunstmuseum, Bern (Switzerland)
    on June 13-15, 1990

  Andres Bosshard (2,4): soundscape design, interactive electronics, cassette
  machine; Hans Anliker (1,3,4): trombone; Conrad Bauer: trombone; Johannes 
  Bauer (1,3,4): trombone; Butch Morris (1,3,4): cornet, conducting (on (3));
  David Galliker: cello; Phil Wachsmann: violin; Doro Schurch (1,3,4): voice;
  Daniel Mouthon: voice; Günter Müller: drums, electronics; Jacques Widmer:
  drums.

    1994 - For 4 Ears (Switzerland), CD 305 (CD)

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075 - LIVE FROM SOUNDSCAPE: Frank Lowe Quintet

    1/ Be Prepared                              (Lowe)                  14:56
    2/ Close To The Soul                        (Lowe)                  18:19
    3/ Exotic Heartbreak                        (Lowe)                  22:35
    4/ Face to Face                             (Lowe)                  12:18

    Recorded live at Soundscape, NYC on February 19, 1982

  Frank Lowe: tenor; Lawrence Butch Morris: cornet; Amina Claudine Myers:
  piano; Wilber Morris: bass; Tim Pleasant: drums.

    1994 - DIW (Japan), DIW-399 (CD)

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076 - 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.

  Butch Morris plays/conducts on six tracks:

    8/ Solo Angelica

  two in quartet with Dietmar Diesner, Peter Kowald and Wolter Wierbos:

    9/ Quartet Angelica 2:31: Arrabbiata I
    10/ Quartet Angelica 4:51: Arrabbiata II

  two as a conductor:

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

  Han Bennink; Steve Beresford; Tom Cora; Dietmar Diesner; Catherine Jauniaux;
  Peter Kowald; Ikue Mori; Wolter Wierbos; Butch Morris: conduction.

  and one as a conductor of the ensemble Eva Kant:

    21/ Conduction #31 Eva Kant

    1994 - CaiCai Music (Italy), 004 (CD)

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077 - TOPS OF TREES: Carol Emanuel

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

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

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

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

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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078 - SOUTH OF THE BORDER: David Murray Big Band conducted by Lawrence "Butch"
  Morris

    1/ St. Thomas                               (Rollins)                6:35
    2/ Happy Birthday Wayne, Jr.                (Wayne Francis)         12:19
    3/ Awakening Ancestors                      (Craig Harris)           7:09
    4/ Calle Estrella                           (Wayne Francis)          7:55
    5/ World Of The Children                    (Sonelius Smith)         7:29
    6/ Fling                                    (Morris)                 6:18
    7/ Flowers For Albert                       (Murray)                10:44

    Recorded May 23, 24 and 25, 1992

  David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Hugh Ragin: trumpet; Rasul Siddik:
  trumpet; James Zollar: trumpet; Craig Harris: trombone; Frank Lacy: tromb-
  one; Al Patterson: trombone; Vincent Chancey: french horn; Kahlil Henry:
  flute; John Purcell: alto; Patience Higgins: tenor, soprano; Don Byron:
  clarinet, baritone sax; Sonelius Smith: piano; Fred Hopkins: bass; Tani
  Tabbal: drums; Larry Mc Donald: percussion; Lawrence "Butch" Morris:
  conductor.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW-897 (CD)

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079 - DAWN TOWN PROJECT: Charlelie Couture

    1/ Messages                                 (Couture)                1:06
    2/ Hours On The Phone                       (Couture)                3:32
    3/ Modern' Pressing                         (Couture)                4:06
    4/ Seagull Girl                             (Couture)                1:36
    5/ Dovicena Ljubavi                         (Couture)                3:05
    6/ Madonna In The Jungle                    (Couture)                2:33
    7/ Jumelles De Guerre                       (Couture)                3:28
    8/ Della Rocket St                          (Couture)                3:14
    9/ Fini Quitt                               (Couture)                3:54
    10/ Happy Hunting                           (Rimbaud)                3:40
    11/ I Like To Play My Piano                 (Couture)                4:07
    12/ Heavy Evidence                          (Couture)                4:06
    13/ Grace A Elle                            (Couture)                3:01
    14/ Segassem                                                         0:39

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York City and Studios de la Seine, Paris
    Produced by Mark Trade (aka Charlelie Couture)

  Charlelie Couture: piano, keyboards; Niko Mingo (all but 10): guitar;
  Elliott Sharp (2,10): guitar; Alice Botte (3,5,7,9,13): guitar rhythm; Mike
  Rimbaud (10): guitar; Dean Sharp (2,6,10,12): drums, percussions; François
  "La Gloute" Causse (3,5,7,8,9,11,13): drums, percussions; Eric Sanko (2,6,
  10,12): bass; Yannick Hardouin (3,5,7,8,9,11,13): bass; Daniel Beaussier
  (3,5,9,11,13): saxophone, bass clarinet; Butch Morris (6): cornet.

    1995 - Chrysalis (France), 834056 2 (CD)

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080 - 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
    Produced by J.A. Deane and Butch Morris

  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.

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

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081 - NEW MOON DAUGHTER: Cassandra Wilson

    1/ Strange Fruit
    2/ Love Is Blindness
    3/ Solomon Sang
    4/ Death Letter
    5/ Skylark
    6/ Find Him
    7/ I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
    8/ Last Train To Clarksville
    9/ Until
    10/ Little Warm Death
    11/ Memphis
    12/ Harvest Moon

    Recorded ???

  Cassandra Wilson: vocals, acoustic guitar; Chris Whitley: resophonic guitar;
  Lonnie Plaxico: bass; Graham Haynes: cornet; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cor-
  net; Brandon Ross: acoustic and octave guitars; Kevin Breit: acoustic, elec-
  tric and resophonic guitars, tenor banjo, Irish Bozouki; Dougie Bowne: floor
  tom, drums; Cyro Baptista: percussion; Mark Anthony Peterson: bass; Gib
  Wharton: pedal steel; Charles Burnham: violin; Tony Cedras: accordion; Jeff
  Haynes: bongo, percussion; The Peepers: background vocals.

    1996 - Blue Note (USA), 32861 (CD)

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082 - VERONA JAZZ: various artists

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

    10/ Long Goodbye (from Conduction #43)      (Butch Morris)           6:50

    Recorded at The Cloth in Verona on June 26, 1994

  Butch Morris: conductor; J.A. Deane: trombone, electronics; Mario Arcari:
  oboe; Myra Melford: piano; Riccardo Fassi: piano; Zeena Parkins: harp; Brian
  Carrott: vibraphone; Brandon Ross: guitar; Stefano Montalto: viola; Martine
  Altenburger: cello; Martin Schütz: cello; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion.

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

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083 - PERKS: Jon Rose

    1/ Intro Game                                                        4:10
    2/ Game 1                                                            3:16
    3/ Game 2                                                            1:37
    4/ Game 3                                                            1:00
    5/ Game 4                                                            4:07
    6/ Game 5                                                            1:28
    7/ Piano Pedal Missionary                                            4:14
    8/ Game 6                                                            1:11
    9/ Game 7 S & M                                                      2:52
    10/ Game 8                                                           2:28
    11/ Porridge                                                         2:47
    12/ Butch's Badmo                                                    4:20
    13/ J.R.'s Badmo                                                     1:50
    14/ Grieg's Old Warhorse                                             2:30
    15/ Country Games 9                                                  1:49
    16/ Game 10                                                          1:28
    17/ Game 11                                                          2:20
    18/ Phil's Badmo                                                     4:32
    19/ Free Irish                                                       3:45
    20/ End Game                                                         3:42
    21/ A Bit From The Steim Badmo Concert 27/4/95                       0:55

    Recorded at Steim, Amsterdam in January 1996

  Jon Rose: concept, composition, texts, samples (based on instruments found
  in the Grainger museum), violin, 19-string cello, voice, arrangements &
  decomposition of Grainger's music; Elise Lorraine: extra piano, harmonium
  sequences, voice, sung samples; Stevie Wishart: hurdy gurdy; Phil Minton:
  voice; Butch Morris: cornet; Rainer Linz: extra research & realization of
  Grainger's Free Music with computer controlled analogue synthesizer.

    1996 - ReR (UK), ReRJR3 (CD)

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084 - BURNING CLOUDS: Butch Morris, Lê Quan Ninh, J.A. Deane

    1/ Ozone - Burning Red                      (Morris)                19:16
    2/ Ozone - Burning Blue                     (Morris)                18:27
    3/ Ozone - Burning Yellow                   (Morris)                16:48

    Recorded live during the Total Music Meeting at the Podewil, Berlin on
    October 29, 1993
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Butch Morris: cornet; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion; J.A. Deane: trombone, flute,
  electronics.

    1996 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 77 (CD)

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085 - THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION: various artists

  This record features Rashied Ali-Borah Bergman-Joe McPhee-Wilber Morris,
  The Myra Melford Trio.

    1/ For Bill Bixon I                         (RA,BB,JMcP,WM)         40:54
    2/ The Death Of Danny Love                  (Butch Morris)           7:34
    3/ For Bill Dixon II                        (RA,BB,JMcP,WM)         25:13

    Recorded live at the Fez Room under the Time Cafe, New York City on Octo-
    ber 22, 1994
    Produced by John F. Szwed and Matthew Szwed

  On (1,3): Joe McPhee: tenor, flugelhorn; Borah Bergman: piano; Wilber
  Morris: bass; Rashied Ali: drums.
  On (2): Myra Melford: piano; Lindsey Horner: bass; Tom Rainey: drums.

    1996 - Evidence (USA), ECD 22166-2 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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086 - KANSAS CITY: various artists

  Soundtrack to the Robert Altmann's movie KANSAS CITY.

    1/ Blues In The Dark                        (Count Basie, Jimmy 
						Rushing)		 4:53
    2/ Moten Swing                              (Bennie & Buster Moten)  3:42
    3/ I Surrender Dear                         (Harry Barris, Gordon 
						Clifford)		 6:01
    4/ Queer Notions                            (Coleman Hawkins) 	 5:39
    5/ Lullaby Of The Leaves                    (Joe Young, Bernice 
						Petkere) 		 4:26
    6/ I Left My Baby                           (Count Basie, Andy 
						Gibson, Jimmy Rushing)	 7:24
    7/ Yeah, Man                                (J. Russell Robinson,
						Noble Sissle)		 4:59
    8/ Froggy Bottom                            (John Williams)		 6:21
    9/ Solitude                                 (Duke Ellington)	 6:00
    10/ Pagin' The Devil                        (Walter Page, Milt 
						Gabler)			 5:27
    11/ Lafayette                               (Count Basie, Eddie 
						Durham)			 4:04
    12/ Solitude (reprise)                      (Duke Ellington)	 4:05

    Recorded at the Hey Hey Club, Kansas City (USA) on May 11-22, 1995
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Nicholas Payton (1-9,11): trumpet; James Zollar (1-2,5-8,11): trumpet; Don 
  Byron (1-2,4,9-10, 12): clarinet, baritone saxophone; Jesse Davis (1-9,11):
  alto; David "Fathead" Newman (1-2,6,8): alto; James Carter (1,3-4,6-9,11):
  tenor, baritone saxophone; Joshua Redman (1-2,7,9,11): tenor; Mark Whitfield
  (1-2,6,8): guitar; Geri Allen (1-2,5-6,8,11): piano; Christian McBride (1-2,
  12): bass; Victor Lewis: drums; Butch Morris: conductor; Olu Dara (3-5,7,9-
  11): cornet; Craig Handy (3,6-8): tenor; Clark Gayton (3-5,7,9-11): trom-
  bone; Russell Malone (3-5,7,9-11): guitar; Cyrus Chestnut (3-4,7,9-10, 12):
  piano; Ron Carter (3-5,7,9-12): bass; David Murray (4): tenor; Curtis 
  Fowlkes (5-8,11): trombone; Tyrone Clark (6,8): bass; Kevin Mahogany (6):
  vocals; 

    1996 - Verve/PolyGram Records (USA), 314 529 554-2 (CD)
    1996 - Verve (USA), ??? (CT)

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087 - KC AFTER DARK: Kansas City Band

  More soundtrack music to the Robert Altmann's movie KANSAS CITY.

    1/ St. Louis Blues                          (W.C. Handy)
    2/ Cherokee                                 (Ray Noble)
    3/ (Back Home Again In) Indiana
    4/ Harvard Blues
    5/ Prince Of Wails
    6/ Froggy Bottom
    7/ Piano Boogie
    8/ King Porter Stomp                        (Fletcher Henderson)
    9/ Tickle Toe                               (Lester Young)
    10/ (Back Home Again In) Indiana

    Recorded at the "Hey Hey Club", Kansas City (USA) on May 11-22, 1995
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Olu Dara: cornet; Nicholas Payton: trumpet; James Zollar: trumpet; Don
  Byron: clarinet, baritone saxophone, Jesse Davis: alto; David Newman: alto;
  James Carter: tenor; Craig Handy: tenor; Joshua Redman: tenor; Clark Gayton:
  trombone; Curtis Fowlkes: trombone; Russell Malone: guitar; Mark Whitfield:
  guitar; Geri Allen: piano; Cyrus Chestnut: piano; Ron Carter: bass;
  Christian McBride: bass; Tyrone Clark: bass; Victor Lewis: drums; Kevin
  Mahogany (4): vocals; Butch Morris: conductor.

    1997 - Verve (USA), 537 322 (CD)

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088 - BLACK SAINT/SOUL NOTE - CRITICS' PICK SAMPLER (VOL. 1): various artists

  This record features Billy Harper, Andrew Hill Trio and Quartet, World
  Saxophone Quartet, Don Cherry/Dewey Redman/Charlie Haden/Ed Blackwell,
  Max Roach/Anthony Braxton, Anthony Braxton, Roswell Rudd/Steve Lacy/Misha
  Mengelberg/Kent Carter/Han Bennink, Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra, George
  Adams/Don Pullen Quartet, Muhal Richard Abrams Orchestra (bis), David Murray
  Octet.

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris plays on one track with the David Murray Octet:

    11/ Dewey's Circle                                                   6:37

    1997 - Black Saint/Soul Note (USA), BS/SN-C001 (CD)

  See MING (1980) for further references.

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089 - LONG GOODBYE - A TRIBUTE TO DON PULLEN: David Murray Quartet

    1/ Gratitude                                (Murray)                 7:52
    2/ Resting On The Road                      (Murray)                10:30
    3/ Out Of A Storm                           (Jackson)                8:38
    4/ El Matador                               (Murray)                 4:32
    5/ Easy Alice                               (Jackson)                8:10
    6/ Long Goodbye                             (Butch Morris)           8:00
    7/ Common Ground                            (Murray)                 7:54

    Produced by Kazunori Sugiyama

  David Murray: tenor; D.D. Jackson: piano; Santi Debriano: bass; J.T. Lewis:
  drums.

    1997 - DIW (Japan), DIW-930 (CD)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.

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090 - RESONANCE: various artists

  This "Structure & Freedom" issue of RESONANCE includes a free CD featuring
  Iancu Dumitrescu & Hyperion Ensemble (1), Butch Morris (2), John French (3,
  4), Fong Naam (5), Altered States (6), Charles Wharf & Simon H. Fell (7),
  George Lewis (8), Charles Hayward (9), L.E.G.O. (10), Faust (11).

  Butch Morris conducts The Orchestra Della Toscana on one track:

    2/ Conduction 59 E2: Holy Sea, The Devil's Music                     3:37

    Recorded live in Pistoia, Italy on February 10, 1996

    1997 - Resonance (UK), Res 6.1 CD (magazine+CD)

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091 - BERLIN SKYSCRAPER: Butch Morris

  Disc 1:
    1/ Conduction # 51 Berlin Basic Part 1                              25:27
    2/ Conduction # 51 Berlin Basic Part 2                              10:58
    3/ Conduction # 52 Dark Secret                                      38:03
    4/ Conduction # 51 Berlin Basic Encore                               3:35
  Disc 2:
    5/ Conduction # 55 Distant Occident Part 1                          30:42
    6/ Conduction # 55 Distant Occident Part 2                           9:50
    7/ Conduction # 56 Beauty Sketch                                    33:28
    8/ Conduction # 56 Final Encore                                      5:18

    Recorded in Berlin in November 1997
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Axel Dörner: trumpet; Gregor Hotz: soprano; Marc Boukouya: trombone; Aleks
  Kolkowski: violin; Dietrich Petzold: violin, viola; Nicholas Bussmann:
  cello; Davide de Bernardi: bass; Kirsten Reese: flute; Johanne Braun: oboe;
  Elisabeth Böhm-Christi: bassoon; Wolfgang Fuchs: bass clarinet; Bernhard
  Arndt: piano; Olaf Rupp: guitar; Tatjana Schütz: harp; Albrecht Riermeier:
  vibes; Stephan Mathieu: percussion; Michael Griener: percussion; Butch
  Morris: conduction.
 
    1998 - FMP (Germany), CD 92/3 (2xCD)

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092 - VISION ONE: VISION FEST 1997 COMPILED: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Hurricane (1), Mark Dresser Quartet (2), John Zorn/
  Susie Ibarra (3), William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra
  (4), Thurston Moore/Lawrence Cook/Jon Voigt (5), Rob Brown/Matthew Shipp
  (6), David S. Ware Quartet (7), Borah Bergman/Denis Charles/Roy Campbell
  (8), Cooper-Moore Quartet (9), Patricia Nicholson Ensemble (10), Rashied
  Ali's Prima Materia (11), Bill Cole's Untempered Ensemble (12), Butch
  Morris (13), Assif Tsahar Trio (with John Tchicai) (14), Other Dimensions In
  Music (15).

  Disc 2:
    13/ Conduction #7 (excerpt)			(Butch Morris)		 7:30

    1998 - AUM Fidelity (USA), AUM007/8 (2xCD)

  Note: limited edition of 1000 copies.

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093 - CONDUCTION 70: TIT FOR TAT: Lawrence "Butch" Morris

    1/ Conduction #70                           (Butch Morris)          48:10

    Recorded at Fabrikjazz, Zürich on September 29, 1996

  Lawrence "Butch" Morris: conductor; B. Buster: turntables; Peter Ehrnrooth:
  clarinet; Norbert Möslang: electronics; Andy Guhl: electronics; Hans Koch:
  clarinet, soprano; Edgar Laubscher: electric violin; Daniel Mouthon: vocals;
  Günter Müller: drums, electronics; Dorothea Schurch: vocals; Martin Schütz:
  electric cello; Marie Schwab: violin; Nicolas Sordet: electronics; Fredy
  Studer: drums; Stephan Wittwer: guitar.

    1998 - For Four Ears (Switzerland), FOR 927 (CD)

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094 - HOLY SEA: CONDUCTIONS 57, 58, 59: Lawrence "Butch" Morris

  Disc 1:
    Conduction #57: Holy Sea, Shopping
      1/ 57E1 								14:05
      2/ 57 								25:21
      3/ 57E2 								12:17
    Conduction #58: Holy Sea, Marble Dust
      4/ 58E1								 5:22
      5/ 58E2								 6:53
      6/ 58E3								 4:44
  Disc 2:
    Conduction #58: Holy Sea, Marble Dust (cont.)
      7/ 58 								37:09
    Conduction #59: Holy Sea, (The) Devil's Music
      8/ 59E2								 3:36
      9/ 59 								32:24

    (1-3) recorded at Teatro Puccini, Firenze on February 8, 1996
    (4-7) recorded at Teatro degli Animosi, Carrara on February 9, 1996
    (8,9) recorded at Chiesa di S.Domenico, Pistoia on February 10, 1996
    Produced by Butch Morris

  Butch Morris: conductor; J.A. Deane: live sampling, drum machine, trombone,
  electronics; Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, sampling, electronics; Riccardo 
  Fassi: piano; ORT - Orchestra della Toscana: Andrea Tacchi (violin), Giorgio
  Ballini (violin), Paolo Gaiani (violin), Maria Elena Runza (violin), 
  Riccardo Masi (viola), Alessandro Franconi (viola), Dimitri Mattu (viola), 
  Giovanni Bacchelli (cello), Filippo Burchietti (cello), Raffaello Majoni 
  (bass), Gianpietro Zampella (bass), Michele Marasco (flute), Umberto Codeca
  (bassoon), Gianfranco Dini (horn), Donato De Sena (trumpet), Claudio 
  Quintavalla (trumpet), Renzo Brocculi (trombone), Riccardo Tarlini (tuba),
  Morgan M. Torelli (timpani), Jonathan Faralli (percussion), Cinzia Conte 
  (harp).

    1999 - Splasc(h) (Italy), CDH 802-803.2 (2xCD)

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095 - STUZZICADENTI 1997-99: Diego Cortez

    1/ Tiresome Rocking                         (Cortez)                 1:17
    2/ Privation (Now A Lake)                   (Cortez)                 3:03
    3/ Jobim's Existence                        (Cortez)                 4:56
    4/ Waters Of Proteus                        (Cortez)                 1:13
    5/ Black Chest (Asine)                      (Cortez)                 3:07
    6/ Between Your Face And Your Face          (Cortez)                 2:30
    7/ Delta                                    (Cortez)                 5:05
    8/ Dead Sea                                 (Cortez)                 6:40
    9/ Venusburg Of Bureaucracy                 (Cortez)                 3:49
    10/ Whitewash                               (Cortez)                 5:27
    11/ Inviolate                               (Cortez)                 1:48
    12/ Scamander                               (Cortez)                 6:45
    13/ Sugar-Cane                              (Cortez)                 2:10
    14/ Teethmen Of The Tropics                 (Cortez)                 5:25
    15/ Nemesis (Loophole)                      (Cortez)                 1:52

    Recorded at home on West 23rd Street, New York City
    Produced by Paul D. Miller

  Diego Cortez: piano, Tibetan bhoopchen; Butch Morris (6,7): music box, cor-
  net; Ryuichi Sakamoto (8): synthesizer; Ben Neill (9): Mutantrumpet; Priest
  (11): vocals; Kazu Makino (13): vocals; Arto Lindsay (14): guitar.

    2000 - Bar/None (USA), AHAON-113 (CD)

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096 - 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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097 - VIETNAM: THE AFTERMATH: Billy Bang

    1/ Yo! Ho Chi Minh Is In The House          (Bang)                  10:46
    2/ Moments For The KIAMIA                   (Bang)                   6:47
    3/ Tunnel Rat (Flashlight And A 45)         (Bang)                   9:51
    4/ TET Offensive                            (Bang)                   7:06
    5/ Bien Hoa Blues                           (Bang)                  10:24
    6/ Mystery Of The Mekong                    (Bang)                   7:20
    7/ Fire In The Hole                         (Bang)                   9:07
    8/ Saigon Phunk                             (Bang)                  12:29

  Billy Bang: violin; John Hicks: piano; Curtis Lundy: bass; Michael Carvin:
  drums; Ted Daniel (1,3-5,8): trumpet; Frank Lowe (4,5,8): tenor; Sonny
  Fortune (6,7): flute; Ron Brown (4,6,8): percussion; Butch Morris (4): con-
  ductor.

    2002 - Justin Time (Canada), JUST 165-2 (CD)

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098 - THE RITES: CONDUCTIONS INSPIRED BY STRAVINSKY'S LE SACRE DU PRINTEMPS:
  Burnt Sugar, Butch Morris, Pete Cosey, Melvin Gibbs

    2003 - Avantgroid (USA), 0301 (CD)

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099 - LIVE AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD: David Murray Quartet

    1/ Red Car                                  (Butch Morris)
    2/ The Desegregation Of Our Children        (Murray)
    3/ Acoustic Octofunk                        (Murray)
    4/ Hope/Scope                               (Murray)
    5/ Obe                                      (Butch Morris)

    Recorded at the Village Vanguard, New York City in 1995
    Produced by Hirakazu Sasabe

  David Murray; Hilton Ruiz; Kelly Roberty; Pheeroan Aklaff.

    2000 - Sound Hills Records (Japan), ??? (CD)
    2003 (?) - Luminaissance (EC), LNCD 4002 (CD)
    2003 - 441 Records (?), ??? (CD)

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100 - LOOK AT THE MUSIC: various artists

    1/ Tresplantation                           (Brötzmann, Morris,
                                                List)                   13:08
    2/ Unit character                           (AALY)                   6:58
    3/ Newirs                                   (Axel Dörner)           14:16
    4/ Totally gump                             (Diskaholics Anonymous) 23:19

    (1) recorded in 1984
    (2) recorded in 2001
    (3) recorded in 2002
    (4) recorded in 2000

  Peter Brötzmann (1); Lawrence Butch Morris (1); Garrett List (1); AALY (2):
  Mats Gustafsson, Ken Vandermark, Peter Jansson, Kjell Nordeson, Conny
  Nimmersjo, John Essing; Axel Dörner (3); Diskaholics Anonymous Trio (4):
  Mats Gustafsson, Thurston Moore, Jim O'Rourke.

    2002 - Olof Bright (?), OBCD09 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 150 copies.

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101 - DUOS2: EUROPA AMERICA JAPAN: Peter Kowald With...

    1/ Straight Angel Suite II   		(Parker, Kowald)	 4:50
    2/ He Who Laughs Suite  			(Lee, Kowald)		 4:12
    3/ Electric Fried Rice Field  		(Kondo, Kowald)		 2:53
    4/ Balances & Cloves 			(Hemphill, Kowald)	 4:03
    5/ Wind Feet  				(Matsuda, Kowald)	 4:36
    6/ Throat II 				(Galas, Kowald)		 3:35
    7/ Stein Auf Bein 				(Bauer, Kowald)		 3:58
    8/ Fragments of Burden Of Choise Suite	(Morris, Kowald)	 5:11
    9/ Without The Fat Of Sacrifice  		(Frith, Kowald)		 3:07
    10/ Basic 					(Kono, Kowald)		 4:38
    11/ Serious Fun II 				(Cyrille, Kowald)	 4:34
    12/ Maria's Black 				(Floridis, Kowald)	 4:18
    13/ Regular Informals 			(Sato, Kowald)		 3:13
    14/ Found Bits 				(Bailey, Kowald)	 2:32
    15/ Wind Travel Suite 			(Mazur, Kowald)		 5:40
    16/ Power Without Power I  			(Handa, Kowald)		 7:01
    17/ Bamboo-Iron 				(Toyozumi, Kowald)	 3:28
    18/ And Then You Will See 			(Cora, Kowald)		 3:58

    (1) recorded in Berlin on August 16, 1987
    (2,8,10) recorded in Brooklyn, NNew York on March 31, 1986
    (3) recorded in Tokyo on October 7, 1986
    (4) recorded in Berlin on June 30, 1990
    (5) recorded in Tokyo on December 11, 1986
    (6) recorded in Berlin on March 12, 1986
    (7) recorded in Berlin on August 12, 1987
    (9,11,18) recorded in New York on March 30, 1986
    (12) recorded in Athens, Greece on February 1, 1989
    (13,16,17) recorded in Tokyo on October 23, 1989
    (14) recorded  in Berlin on July 10, 1988
    (15) recorded in Copenhagen on September 29, 1988
    Produced by Peter Kowald & Jost Gebers

  Peter Kowald: double bass; Evan Parker (1): soprano; Jeanne Lee (2): voice;
  Toshinori Kondo (3): trumpet, electronics; Julius Hemphill (4): alto; Seizan
  Matsuda (5): shakuhachi; Diamanda Galas (6): voice; Conrad Bauer (7):
  trombone; Butch Morris (8): cornet; Fred Frith (9): guitar; Masahiko Kono 
  (10): trombone; Andrew Cyrille (11): drums, voice; Floros Floridis (12):
  clarinet; Michihiro Sato (13): shamisen; Derek Bailey (14): guitar; Marilyn
  Mazur (15): percussion; Junko Handa (16): biwa, voice; Yoshisaburo Toyozumi
  (17): drums; Tom Cora (18): cello.

    2003 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 124 (CD)

  Note: all the tracks were previously released in DUOS EUROPA AMERICA JAPAN
  (3xLP box issued in 1992).

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102 - BLACK SEX YALL/LIBERATION & BLOODY RANDOM VIOLETS: Burnt Sugar/The 
  Arkestra Chamber

  Kirk Douglass; Morgan Craft; Rene Akan; James Peter Lee; Greg Tate; Lewis 
  Barnes; Matana Roberts, Petre Radu-Scafaru; Mica Gaugh; Satch Hoyt; Vijay                  
  Iyer; Bruce Mack; Okkyung Lee; Mazz Swift; Julia Kent; Jared Nickerson; 
  Jason DiMatteo; Don Martin; Mutamassik; Justice Dilla-X; Lisala Beatty;                       
  Alice Smith; Qasim Naqvi; Shahzad Ismaily; Trevor Holder; Pete Cosey; Butch
  Morris; Vernon Reid; Melvin Gibbs.

    2003 - Trugroid (USA?), 007 (2xCD)

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103 - VIETN*M: REFLECTIONS: Billy Bang

    1/ Reflections                              (Bang)                  11:44
    2/ Ru Con                                   (Bang)                   3:19
    3/ Lock & Load                              (Bang)                  12:34
    4/ Ly Ngua O                                (Bang)                   2:16
    5/ Doi Moi                                  (Bang)                   9:17
    6/ Reconciliation 1                         (Bang)                   8:19
    7/ Waltz Of The Water Puppets               (Bang)                   6:43
    8/ Trong Com                                (Bang)                   2:27
    9/ Reconciliation 2                         (Bang)                  12:51

  Billy Bang; John Hicks; James Spaulding; Henry Threadgill; Butch Morris;
  Ted Daniel; Curtis Lundy; Michael Carvin; Co Boi Nguyen; Nhan Thanh Ngo.

    2005 - Justin Time (Canada), JUST 212-2 (CD)

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104 - U123: Nublu Orchestra, Lawrence "Butch" Morris

    1/ Sciubba Diving
    2/ L.E.S. Gardens
    3/ Here Comes The Man
    4/ Sketches Of NYC
    5/ Downstairs
    6/ Ladies
    7/ Let's Do It
    8/ City Light
    9/ We Are The Ones
    10/ Steppin' On Toes
    11/ Under Siege
    12/ Food Good

  Butch Morris: conductor; Ilhan Ersahin: saxophones; Jonathon Haffner: saxo-
  phones; Eddie Henderson: trumpet; Graham Haynes: trumpet; Kirk Knuffke: 
  trumpet; Sabina Sciubba: vocals; Chantal Ughi: vocals; Sylvia Gordon: vo-
  cals; Mauro Refosco: percussion; Didi Gutman: keyboards; Zeke Zima: guitar;
  Jesse Murphy: guitar; Doug Wieselman: guitar; Derek Nievergelt: bass; 
  Michael Kiaer: bass; Daniel Jodocy: drums; Kenny Wollesen: drums; Aaron 
  Johnston: drums.

    2007 - Nublu (USA), 00011 (CD)

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105 - CONDUCTIONS 143/1 143/2: Butch Morris with Ensemble Laboratorio 
  Novamusica

    2007 - Galatina Records (Italy), 143/1 143/2 (2xCD)

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106 - UPPER PLANETS: WSU

  Kenny Wollesen; Baye Kouyate; Doug Weiselman; Gerald Cleaver; Clark Gayton;
  Bill Ware; Jess Jones; Gordon McLean; Reut Regev; Tony Scherr; Dave 
  Sewelson; Sam Newsome; Butch Morris; etc.

    2007 - Himalayas Music (USA), ??? (CD)

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107 - CONDUCTION/INDUCTION: Lawrence 'Butch' Morris

    2007 - Rai Trade (Italy), 09 (2xCD)

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108 - OCTETS - THE COMPLETE REMASTERED RECORDINGS ON BLACK SAINT & SOUL NOTE:
  David Murray

  This 5xCD set contains remastered reissues of MING (1980), HOME (1982), 
  MURRAY'S STEPS (1983), NEW LIFE (?), and HOPE SCOPE (?).

    2011 - Black Saint/Soul Note/CAM Jazz (Italy), BXS 1010 (5xCD)

  See MING (1980), HOME (1982), and MURRAY'S STEPS (1983) for further referen-
  ces on tracks featuring Lawrence "Butch" Morris.
  
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109 - CONDUCTION NO 43: THE CLOTH (1994)/CONDUCTION NO 46: VERONA SKYSCRAPER
  (1995): Lawrence 'Butch' Morris

  Disc 1:
    1/ Conduction No 43: The Cloth (1994)
  Disc 2:
    2/ Conduction No 46: Verona Skyscraper (1995)

    (1) recorded at Teatro Romano, Verona (Italy) on June 26, 1994
    (2) recorded at Teatro Romano, Verona (Italy) on June 27, 1995

  Lawrence 'Butch' Morris: conductor; Myra Melford: piano; Riccardo Fassi (1):
  piano; Mario Arcari (1): oboe; Stephano Montaldo (1): viola; J. A. Deane:
  trombone, electronics; Brandon Ross (1): guitar; Bryan Carrot (1): vibrapho-
  ne; Martin Schutz (1): cello; Martine Altenburger (1): cello; Lê Quan Ninh:
  percussion; Stefano Benini (2): flute; Marco Pasetto (2): clarinet; Rizzardo
  Piazzi (2): alto; Francesco Bearzatti (2): bass clarinet; Zeena Parkins (2):
  harp; Riccardo Massari (2): piano; Bill Horvitz (2): guitar; Carlo 'Bobo'
  Facchinetti (2): drums.

    2011 - NuBop (Italy), 09 (2xCD)

  Note: an excerpt from (1) had already been released on VERONA JAZZ (1996).

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110 - LIVE AT JAZZ FESTIVAL SAALFELD 2007: Nublu Orchestra, Lawrence 'Butch' 
  Morris

    Recorded live at the Jazz Festival Saalfelden, Austria in August 2007

  Lawrence 'Butch' Morris: conduction; Ilhan Ersahin: saxophones; Jonathon 
  Haffner: saxophones; Graham Haynes: cornet; Fabio Morgera: trumpet; Kirk 
  Knuffke: trumpets; Thor Madsen: guitar; Zeke Zima: guitar; Michael Kiaer:
  bass; Kenny Wollesen: drums; Mauro Refosco: percussion. 

    2011 - Nublu (USA), 22 (CD)

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111 - GRAFFITI IN TWO PARTS: LIVE 1985: Joe Morris Quartet 

    1/ Graffiti - Part I 						37:22
    2/ Graffiti - Part II 						31:42
    3/ Tag 								 0:53

    Recorded live at The Cambridge Dance Center, Cambridge (USA) on May 11,
    1985

  Joe Morris: guitar, banjouke; Lowell Davidson: drums, bass; Malcolm 
  Goldstein: violin; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet.

    2012 - RogueArt (France), ROG-039 (CD)

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112 - LIVE: The Group 

    1/ Joann's Green Satin Dress 		(Butch Morris) 		 8:39
    2/ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat 			(Charlie Mingus) 	18:20
    3/ La Placita 				(Marion Brown) 		18:26
    4/ Shift Below 				(Billy Bang) 		 6:00
    5/ Amanpondo 				(Miriam Makeba)		25:16

    Recorded live at the Jazz Center, New York City on September 13, 1986
    Produced by Danas Mikailionis

  Ahmed Abdullah: trumpet, flugelhorn; Marion Brown: alto; Billy Bang: vio-
  lin; Sirone: bass; Fred Hopkins: bass; Andrew Cyrille: drums. 

    2012 - NoBusiness (Lithuania), NBCD 50 (CD)
    2012 - NoBusiness (Lithuania), NBLP 55 (LP)

  Note: Butch Morris does not play on this record.
  Note: (3,4) are only available on the CD pressing; the LP pressing is a li-
  mited edition of 1000 copies.

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  * Jazz Podium (Germany), Nr 10/XXXV, Oktober 1980: "Ein Romantischer Revolu-
    tionaer: Lawrence "Butch" Morris," article by Christoph Wagner (pp. 20-22)

  * The New York Times, July 26, 1985: "Morris Tests Limits of Improvisation,"
    article by Jon Pareles

  * Option, July/August 1986: "Freedom Of Expression," interview by Titus Levi
    (pp. 44-47)

  * Down Beat, October 1986: "Butch Morris conducting the New Tradition," 
    article by Howard Mandel

  * Ear Magazine, Vol. 13, Nr. 9, Jan 1989: "Lawrence D. (Butch) Morris:
    Composer on the Podium," article by Carol Luynman

  * Cadence, July 1989: interview by Miyoshi Smith (pp. 13-18)

  * Coda, Issue 227, Aug/Sept 1989: "Butch Morris: ...So Locked into the Tra-
    dition," article by Marc Chenard (pp. 28-29)

  * Ear Magazine, Vol. 14, Nr. 9, Dec 89/Jan 90: "Music Toys and Boxes: The
    Play's the Thing," article by Andra Samelson

  * Option, November/December 1991: "Taking Charge -- Conductor Butch Morris'
    Structured Chaos," article/interview by Ben Ratliff (pp. 42-46)

  * Neue Zietschrift fuer Musik (Germany), 153 Jahrgang, 6 Juni 1992: "Die
    Zeichensprache der Improvisation," article by Christoph Wagner (pp. 34-36)

  * Down Beat, September 1992: "Butch Morris' Conduction -- Improvisation with
    a Wave of the Hand," article by Suzanne McElfresh (pp. 64-65)

  * Jazz Journal International, Volume 47 No.4, April 1994: "Tomorrow is Now,"
    article by Barry Mc Rae (pp. 9)

  * Jazz Hot (France), Nr 526, Dec 95/Jan 96: "Le Geste a la Musique," article
    by Guy Reynard (pp. 22-24)

  * Washington Post, 14 January 1996: "The A-To-Z Of Conduction," article/int-
    erview by Bobby Hill

  * Bomb, Spring 1996: interview by David Henderson (pp. 32-36)

  * Neue Zeitschrift fuer Musik (Germany), 2 Maerz/April 1996: "Improvisation
    am Dirigentenpult," article by Christoph Wagner

  * Jazziz, May 1997: ??? article/interview by Bruce Carnevale (pp. ??)

  * The Wire, No. 165, November 1997: "Lightning Rod," interview by Ben Watson
    (pp. 32-35)

  * Avant (UK), No. 4, 1997: "Surrender to the Music," interview by Duncan
    Heinig (pp. 46-47)

  * Resonance, Volume 6, Number 1, 1997: "Reshaping the Sonic Landscape,"
    interview by Steve Beresford (pp. 12-14)

  * Die Wochenzeitung (Switzerland), 46/18-11-99: "Lawrence Douglas Butch
    Morris: constructing composition in real time Musik und ihre Regeln der
    Freiheit," interview by Werner Lüdi (pp. 27)

  * Down Beat, May 2003: Blindfold test of Butch Morris by Ted Panken (pp. 90)