DISCOGRAPHY OF EVAN PARKER

This is the 14th version of the discography of Evan Parker. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

for example, we are still looking for information on the following records:

William Tsun-Yuk Hsu (hsu@tlaloc.sfsu.edu),
Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com).
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			|  DISCOGRAPHY OF EVAN PARKER |
			|          June 2015          |
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			| by William Tsun-Yuk Hsu     |
                        | (hsu@tlaloc.sfsu.edu)       |
                        | 43 Belcher Street           |
                        | San Francisco, CA 94114     |
			| (USA)                       |
			| and Patrice Roussel         |
			| (ergodic@sprintmail.com)    |
                        | 2034 NE 37th Ave.           |
                        | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)    |
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With special thanks to:

Patrick Schuster
Emmanuel Adatte
Glenn W. Lea
Sandeep Mehta 
Richard Shapiro 
Arjen Gorter    
John Madsen    
Michael Rosenstein 
John (J.G.) Thomas 
R. Lynn Rardin    
Steve Berman     
Philippe Renaud	
Peter Stubley  
Stéphane Vuilleumier
Francesco Martinelli
Geoff Gray         
Peter Tommes	
John Shiurba
Peter Tommes	
Lê Quan Ninh   
Mark Whidby
Martin Davidson	
Christian Munthe
Matthew C Weiner
Jesus Moreno Nasarre 
Jan-Wen Lu          
Herb Levy          
Stan Woodside     
Bill Sims
Alan M Gordon	
Dave Mandl
Mike Fowler
Steve Knutson	
Brad Winter
Bruce Carnevale 
Dan Given      
Davis Sheremata 
Eric Ong       
Michel Ramond  
Jon Abbey
Stephen Griffith
Hywel Davies	
Chris Culter   
Arthur Gadney  
Martin Reh
Alan Kayser 
Richard Kamerman  
Mark Harbers	
Guillaume Tarche
for sending us extra material and giving prompt answers to our questions.

We are also endebted to: Gustave Cerutti and Ricardo Bergeronne, who published the first discography of Evan Parker in 1981, and a subsequent one in 1983, as a side project of Cerutti's late magazine - Jazz 360 degrees - and allowed us to use their work to start this new and updated discography.

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

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

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

Some abbreviations:

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

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

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001 - KARYOBIN: The Spontaneous Music Ensemble

    1/ Karyobin - part 1                        (coll. improvisation)   26:39
    2/ Karyobin - part 2                        (coll. improvisation)   22:46

    Recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London on February 18, 1968
    
  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Evan Parker: soprano; Derek Bailey: gui-
  tar; Dave Holland: bass; John Stevens: drums.

    1968 - Island (UK), ILPS 9079 (LP)
    1993 - Chronoscope Records (UK), CPE 2001-2 (CD)
    1999 - Chronoscope Records (UK), CHR 2001 (CD)

  Note: Derek Bailey as Dennis Bailey on cover of the LP.
  Note: notes by Robert Wyatt on the CD.

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002 - CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY MUSIC

    1/ Infraudibles                             (Herbert Brun)

    Recorded at the ICA, London on August 29, 1968

  Evan Parker: sax; Richard Howe: French horn; Derek Bailey: guitar; Gavin
  Bryars: bass; Bernard Rands: cymbalom.

    ???? - ICA (UK), ICA O1 (LP)

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*** - UP TO EARTH

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

    Recorded in August (?) 1968

  Chris McGregor: piano; Barre Phillips: bass; Louis Moholo: drums; John
  Surman (4,5): soprano, baritone saxophone; Dudu Pukwana (4,5): alto;
  Mongezi Feza (4,5): trumpet; Evan Parker (4,5): soprano.

    ???? - Polydor (UK), 583072 (LP)
    2008 - Fledg'ling (UK), 3069 (CD)
    2009 - Stamford Audio (UK), 1004 (LP)

  Note: this record was never released but there are a few copies of a test 
  pressing cut floating around.
  Note: finally released in 2008 on UK label Fledg'ling.

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003 - CRYSTAL TELEPHONE: Terry Durham

    1/ Crystal Telephone                        (John Coleman, Durham)
    2/ Branwells Corner                         (John Coleman, Durham)   3:35
    3/ White Room Dreaming                      (John Coleman, Durham)
    4/ Sleep Train                              (John Coleman, Durham)
    5/ Fryston Man                              (John Coleman, Durham)
    6/ Sunday Morning                           (John Coleman, Durham)
    7/ The Fortunate Isles                      (John Coleman, Durham)
    8/ Dreams Of Tomorrow In Every Language     (John Coleman, Durham)
    9/ Moving Through My Life                   (John Coleman, Durham)
    10/ Stills From A Late Night Movie          (John Coleman, Durham)

    Recorded in 1969

  Terry Durham: vocals; poetry; Alan Parker: guitar; John Coleman: piano; Evan
  Parker (2): soprano; Chris Karen (2): drums; unknown string section; unknown
  brass section on (5).

    1969 - Deram (UK), DML 1042 (LP)
    1969 - Deram (UK), SML 1042 (LP)
    2005 - Vocalion (UK), SML8401 (CD)

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004 - MACHINE GUN: The Peter Brötzmann Octet

    1/ Machine Gun                              (Brötzmann)             17:07
    2/ Responsible - For Jan De Ven             (Van Hove)               8:08
    3/ Music For Han Bennink I                  (Breuker)               11:16

    Recorded at "Lila Eule", Bremen (Germany) in May 1968

  Peter Brötzmann: tenor, bass saxophone; Willem Breuker: tenor; Evan Parker: 
  tenor; Fred Van Hove: piano; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Peter Kowald: bass;
  Sven-Åke Johansson: drums; Han Bennink: drums.

    ???? - BRÖ (Germany), 2 (LP)
    1972 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0090 (LP)
    1990 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 24 (CD) 
    2007 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), ALP262CD (CD)
    2011 - Slowboy Records (?), BRO 2 (LP)

  Note: on cover, (2) is titled "Responsible - for Jan Van Der Ven".
  Note: the CD adds two extra takes and the titles are listed as following:

    1/ Machine Gun (take 2)                     (Brötzmann)             14:57
    2/ Machine Gun (take 3)                     (Brötzmann)             17:13
    3/ Responsible (take 1)                     (Van Hove)              10:00
    4/ Responsible (take 2)                     (Van Hove)               8:12
    5/ Music For Han Bennink (take 1)           (Breuker)               11:16

  Note: the CD reissue on Atavistic is called THE COMPLETE MACHINE GUN
  SESSIONS and adds to the FMP CD a live performance of Machine Gun, already 
  released on FUCK DE BOERE (2001); the tracks are listed as following:

  THE ORIGINAL BRO LP:
    1/ Machine Gun                              (Brötzmann)             17:19
    2/ Responsible/For Jan Van De Ven           (Van Hove)               8:20
    3/ Music For Han Bennink                    (Breuker)               11:29
  ALTERNATE TAKES:
    4/ Machine Gun                              (Brötzmann)             15:01
    5/ Responsible/For Jan Van De Ven           (Van Hove)              10:08
  MACHINE GUN LIVE:
    6/ Machine Gun (live)                       (Brötzmann)             17:40

  See FUCK DE BOERE (2001) for further references on (6).

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005 - THE BAPTISED TRAVELLER: Tony Oxley Quintet

    1/ Crossing                                 (Oxley)                 11:00
    2/ Arrival                                  (Oxley)                 11:25
    3/ Stone Carden                             (C. Mariano)            12:00
    4/ Preparation                              (Oxley)                  4:00

    Recorded in London on January 3, 1969

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Evan Parker: tenor; Derek Bailey (3,4):
  guitar; Jeff Clyne: bass; Tony Oxley: drums.

    1969 - CBS (UK), 52664 (LP)
    1999 - Sony/Columbia (UK), 494437 2 (CD)

  Note: on the CD reissue, (1) and (2) are combined into a unique track.

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006 - EUROPEAN ECHOES: Manfred Schoof

    1/ European Echoes - part 1                 (Schoof)                15:33
    2/ European Echoes - part 2                 (Schoof)                15:32

    Recorded in Bremen, Germany in June 1969

  Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Enrico Rava: trumpet; Hugh Steinmetz: trumpet; Paul
  Rutherford: trombone; Peter Brötzmann: tenor; Gerd Dudek: tenor; Evan 
  Parker: soprano, tenor; Fred Van Hove: piano; Irène Schweizer: piano; Alex 
  von Schlippenbach: piano; Derek Bailey: guitar; Arjen Gorter: bass; Buschi 
  Niebergall: bass, bass trombone; Peter Kowald: bass; Han Bennink: drums; 
  Pierre Favre: drums.

    1969 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0010 (LP) 
    2002 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS232CD (CD)        
    2013 - Cien Fuegos (Austria), CF008 (LP)

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007 - NIPPLES: Peter Brötzmann Sextet

    1/ Nipples                                  (Brötzmann)             17:54
    2/ Tell A Green Man                         (Brötzmann)             15:33
    
    (1) recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) on April 18, 1969
    (2) recorded at Rhenus Studio, Godorf (Germany) on April 24, 1969
    Produced by Manfred Eicher
  
  Peter Brötzmann: tenor; Evan Parker (1): tenor; Derek Bailey (1): guitar;
  Fred Van Hove: piano; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Han Bennink: drums.
    
    1969 - Calig (Germany), CAL 30 604 (LP)
    2000 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS/ALP205 (CD)

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008 - THE MUSIC IMPROVISATION COMPANY

    1/ Third Stream Boogaloo                    (coll. improvisation)    2:36
    2/ Dragon Path                              (coll. improvisation)   10:23
    3/ Packaged Eel                             (coll. improvisation)    8:42
    4/ Untitled No I                            (coll. improvisation)    7:05
    5/ Untitled No II                           (coll. improvisation)    7:32
    6/ Tuck                                     (coll. improvisation)    3:04
    7/ Wolfgang Van Gangbang                    (coll. improvisation)    7:05

    Recorded at Merstham Studios, London (UK) on August 25-27, 1970

  Evan Parker: soprano; Derek Bailey: guitar; Hugh Davies: live electronics;
  Jamie Muir: percussion; Christine Jeffrey: vocals on (1,5).

    1970 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1005 (LP)
    1974 - ECM (USA), ECM 1005 (LP)
    2003 - Universal (Japan), UCCU-9019 (CD)

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009 - INTERNATIONAL HOLLY HILL JAZZ MEETING HEIDELBERG 1969: various artists

  This record features Pierre Favre Trio (Irène Schweizer, Peter Kowald, 
  Pierre Favre), Rolf Kühn Quartet (Joachim Kühn, Buschi Niebergall, Stu 
  Martin, Rolf Kühn), Peter Brötzmann Octet (Fred Van Hove, Buschi Niebergall,
  Peter Kowald, Arjen Gorter, Pierre Favre, Paul Rutherford, Evan Parker, 
  Peter Brötzmann), Joe Viera-Ed Kröger Quartet (S. Busch, H. Hock, J. Viera,
  E. Kroger), Joki Freund Quintet (Helmut Kirchgässner, P. Witte, J. Gebhard,
  T. Rabold, J. Freund), Marion Brown solo.

  Evan Parker plays on one track with the Peter Brötzmann Octet:

    1/ Finally                                  (Brötzmann)             19:20

    Recorded in Heidelberg (Germany) on July 6, 1969

  Peter Brötzmann: tenor; Evan Parker: tenor; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Fred
  Van Hove: piano; Peter Kowald: bass; Arjen Gorter: bass; Buschi Niebergall:
  bass, bass trombone; Pierre Favre: drums.

    ???? - Meno Liechstenstein And CB Records (Germany), 6769 (2xLP)

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010 - PIERRE FAVRE QUARTETT: Pierre Favre Quartett

    1/ Where Are All The Old Cop Sets, Clancy?  (Favre)                 19:30
    2/ Lovers                                   (Favre)                  3:35
    3/ Dedication (For John C.)                 (Favre)                 16:00

    Recorded at Tonstudio Max Lussi, Basel (Switzerland) in November 1969

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Irène Schweizer: piano; Peter Kowald: bass;
  Pierre Favre: percussion.

    1970 - Wergo (Germany), WER 80004 (LP) 
    1979 - Wergo (Germany), WER 80 004 (LP)    

  Note: titles are inverted on cover and (1) is titled "What Happend To The
  Old Cop Sets, Clancy?"

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011 - FOUR COMPOSITIONS FOR SEXTET: Tony Oxley Sextet

    1/ Saturnalia                               (Oxley)                 10:00
    2/ Scintilla                                (Oxley)                  8:53
    3/ Megaera                                  (Oxley)               |  
    4/ Amass                                    (Oxley)               | 19:08

    Recorded in London on February 7, 1970

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul
  Rutherford: trombone; Derek Bailey: guitar; Jeff Clyne: bass; Tony Oxley:
  drums.

    1970 - CBS (UK), 64071 (LP)
    1999 - Sony/Columbia (UK), 494437 2 (CD)

  Note: on the CD reissue, (3) and (4) are combined into a unique track.

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012 - BORN FREE - THE 12 GERMAN JAZZ FESTIVAL: various artists

  This record features Festival Big Band, Albert Mangelsdorff Quartet, Klaus
  Doldinger Quartet, Phil Woods and his European Rhythm Machine, Dave Pike 
  Set, Frédéric Rabold Crew, Jazzworkers, Just Music, Free Jazz Group 
  Weisbaden, Frankfurter Trio fur Improvisation, Limbus 4, Modern Jazz 
  Quintet, Peter Brötzmann Group, New Jazz Trio, Pierre Favre Group, Joachim 
  Kühn Group, Gunter Hampel Group, European Free Jazz Orchestra of the Art 
  Ensemble of Chicago.

  Evan Parker plays on one track with the Peter Brötzmann Group:

    1/ Fuck De Boere                            (Brötzmann)              5:15

    Recorded at the 12 German Jazz Festival, Frankfurt, Main on March 22, 1970

  Malcom Griffiths: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Willem Van Manen:
  trombone; Buschi Niebergall: trombone; Peter Brötzmann: reeds; Willem
  Breuker: reeds; Evan Parker: reeds; Fred Van Hove: piano; Derek Bailey:
  guitar; Han Bennink: drums.

    1970 - Scout Records (Germany), SC-S 12/13/14 (3xLP)

  See FUCK DE BOERE (2001) for the complete session with the Peter Brötzmann 
  Group.

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013 - THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE LUNGS: Parker/Bailey/Bennink

    1/ Titan Moon                               (coll. improvisation)   20:48
    2/ For Peter B And Peter K                  (coll. improvisation)    4:32
    3/ Fixed Elsewhere                          (coll. improvisation)    5:05
    4/ Dog Meat                                 (coll. improvisation)   12:18
    5/ Found Elsewhere 1			(coll. improvisation)    4:40
    6/ Found Elsewhere 2                        (coll. improvisation)    4:52

    Recorded in London (UK) on July 13, 1970

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Derek Bailey: guitar; Han Bennink: percussion.

    1970 - Incus (UK), Incus 1 (LP)
    ???? - Incus (UK), Incus 1 (LP)
    ???? - RCA Victor (Japan), VIP-6605 (LP)
    1978 - Incus (UK), Incus 1 (LP)
    2006 - Psi (UK), 06.05 (CD)
    2013 - Psi (UK), 06.05 (CD)
    2014 (?) - Otoroku (UK), ROKURE 001 (LP)

  Note: (5,6) are only available on the 2006 CD reissue; these two unissued
  tracks come from the same 1970 session.

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014 - ICHNOS: Tony Oxley

    1/ Crossing                                 (Oxley)                  8:33
    2/ Oryane - percussion solo                 (Oxley)                 10:41
    3/ Quartets: 1.Eiroc - 2.Santrel            (Oxley)                  7:20
    4/ Cadilla                                  (Oxley)                 12:12

    Recorded in London (UK) in 1971

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Derek Bailey: gui-
  tar; Tony Oxley: percussion, amplified percussion; Kenny Wheeler (1,4): 
  trumpet, flugelhorn; Barry Guy (1,4): bass.

    1971 - RCA (UK), SF 8215 (LP)

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015 - GROUPCOMPOSING

    1/ Groupcomposing - part 1                  (coll. improvisation)   19:16
    2/ Groupcomposing - part 2                  (coll. improvisation)   24:20

    Recorded in Rotterdam (Netherlands) on May 14, 1970

  Paul Rutherford: trombone; Peter Bennink: alto, bagpipes; Peter Brötzmann:
  tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Misha Mengelberg: piano; Derek Bailey:
  guitar; Han Bennink: percussion, oe-oe, gachi.

    1971 - ICP (Netherlands), ICP 006 (LP) 
    
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016 - WORLDS WITHOUT WORLDS: Basil Kirchin

    1/ Integration (non-racial)                 (Kirchin, Jack Nathan)
    2/ The Human Element                        (Kirchin, Jack Nathan)

    Recorded in Denham (UK) in July 1971

  Basil Kirchin: arranger, orchestrator, leading a band including soprano,
  bassoon, marimba, organ, cello, guitar combining with animal-cries, bird- 
  song and the amplified sounds of insects.
  Possibly: Evan Parker: soprano; Derek Bailey: guitar; Frank Ricotti: ma-
  rimba, organ.

    ???? - Columbia (UK), SCX 6463 (LP)

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017 - COLLECTIVE CALLS (URBAN) (TWO MICROPHONES): Evan Parker, Paul Lytton

    1/ Peradam                                  (Parker, Lytton)         5:09
    2/ Cat's Flux II                            (Parker, Lytton)         9:45
    3/ Shaker                                   (Parker, Lytton)        13:00
    4/ Left Of The Neo-Left                     (Parker, Lytton)         1:12
    5/ Lytton Perdu                             (Parker, Lytton)        13:25
    6/ Voice Fragment                           (Parker, Lytton)         0:21
    7/ Some Mother Blues                        (Parker, Lytton)         8:30
    8/ What's Left Of The Neo-Left?             (Parker, Lytton)         1:55

    Recorded at the Standard Essence Co, London (UK) on April 15 & 16, 1972

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor, home made intruments, cassette recorder; Paul
  Lytton: percussion, live electronics, sound effects and noise.

    1972 - Incus (UK), Incus 5 (LP)
    2002 - Psi Recordings (UK), 02.05 (CD)

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018 - ODE: The London Jazz Composers Orchestra

    1/ The End - Edgar Ende, 1931                       (B. Guy)         9:01
    2/ Memory Of The Future - Oscar Dominguez, 1939     (B. Guy)         8:51
    3/ Exact Sensibility - Oscar Dominguez, 1935        (B. Guy)        14:21
    4/ According To The Laws Of Chance - Jean Arp, 1958 (B. Guy)        12:08
    5/ Presence Of Mind - René Magritte, 1958           (B. Guy)        18:05
    6/ Indefinite Divisibility - Yves Tanguy, 1942      (B. Guy)        23:45

    Recorded at Oxford Town Hall (UK) on April 22, 1972

  Harry Beckett: trumpet; Dave Holdsworth: trumpet, flugelhorn; Marc Charig:
  trumpet, flugelhorn; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Mike Gibbs: trombone; Paul
  Nieman: trombone; Dick Hart: tuba; Trevor Watts: alto, soprano; Mike 
  Osborne: alto; Bernhard Living: alto; Alan Wakeman: soprano, tenor; Evan
  Parker: soprano, tenor; Bob Downes: flute, tenor; Karl Jenkins: baritone
  saxophone, oboe; Derek Bailey: guitar; Howard Riley: piano; Jeff Clyne: 
  bass; Chris Laurence: bass; Barry Guy: bass; Tony Oxley: percussion; Paul
  Lytton: percussion; Buxton Orr: conductor.

    1973 (?) - Incus (UK), Incus 6/7 (2xLP)

  Note: has been reissued on Intakt with extra material.

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019 - PAKISTANI POMADE: Alex von Schlippenbach

    1/ Sun-Luck Night-Rain                      (Parker)                 5:16
    2/ Butaki Sisters                           (Lovens)                 9:01
    3/ A Little Yellow                          (Parker)                 7:00
    4/ Ein Husten Fur Karl Valentin             (Lovens)                 3:17
    5/ Pakistani Pomade                         (Schlippenbach)          5:57
    6/ Von "G" Ab 403-418                       (Parker)                 0:49
    7/ Moonbeef                                 (Schlippenbach)         10:00
    8/ Kleine Nulle, Evergreen                  (Lovens)                 0:42

    Recorded in Bremen, Germany in November 1972

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul Lovens:
  drums.

    1973 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0110 (LP)
    2003 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS/ALP240 (CD)
    2014 - Cien Fuegos (Austria), CF011 (LP)

  Note: the 2003 reissue includes four extra tracks:

    9/ Pakistani alternate #1                                           11:32
    10/ Pakistani alternate #2                                           0:50
    11/ Pakistani alternate #3                                           6:58
    12/ Pakistani alternate #4                                           4:02

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020 - LIVE IN WUPPERTAL: Globe Unity 73

    1/ Wolverine Blues                          (J.R. Morton)            1:21
    2/ Payan                                    (Schlippenbach)          1:16
    3/ Bollocks                                 (Schlippenbach)          3:39
    4/ Yarrak                                   (Schlippenbach)          5:51
    5/ Bavarian Calypso                         (Schlippenbach)          3:56
    6/ Out Of Burtons Songbook                  (W. Breuker)             4:24
    7/ Solidaritatslied                         (H. Eisler)              1:17
    8/ Maniacs                                  (Kowald)                22:30

    Recorded in Wuppertal, Germany on March 25, 1973

  Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone;
  Günter Christmann: trombone; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Peter Bennink: 
  alto, bagpipes; Gerd Dudek: flute, clarinet, tenor; Michel Pilz: flute, bass
  clarinet, baritone saxophone; Peter Brötzmann: alto, tenor, bass saxophone;
  Peter Kowald: tuba, alphorn, conductor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano, con-
  ductor; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1973 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0160 (LP)

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021 - LIVE AT WILLISAU: Chris McGregor's Brotherhood Of Breath

    1/ Do It                                    (McGregor)               9:54
    2/ Restless                                 (McGregor)               2:38
    3/ Kongis' Theme                            (McGregor)               6:45
    4/ Tungis' Song                             (Tungi Oyelana)          6:45
    5/ Ismite Is Might                          (McGregor)               4:30
    6/ The Serpents Kindly Eye                  (McGregor)               8:30

    Recorded live at Hotel Moren, Willisau (Switzerland) on January 23, 1973

  Chris McGregor: leader, piano; Harry Miller: bass; Louis Moholo: drums; Dudu 
  Pukwana: alto; Evan Parker: tenor; Gary Windo: tenor; Mongezi Feza: trumpet; 
  Harry Beckett: trumpet; Marc Charig: trumpet; Nick Evans: trombone; Radu 
  Malfatti: trombone.

    1974 - Ogun (UK), OG 100 (LP)
    1994 - Ogun (UK), OGCD 001 (CD)

  Note: the CD adds five extra tracks and the titles are listed as following:

    1/ Do It                                    (McGregor)              11:08
    2/ Restless                                 (McGregor)               2:40
    3/ Camel Dance                              (McGregor)               7:13
    4/ Davashe's Dream                          (Davashe)                7:44
    5/ Kongi's Theme                            (McGregor)               6:40
    6/ Tunji's Song                             (Tungi Oyelana)          6:51
    7/ Ismite Is Might                          (McGregor)               4:28
    8/ The Serpent's Kindly Eye                 (McGregor)               8:25
    9/ Andromeda                                (McGregor)               3:58
    10/ Union Special                           (McGregor)               0:57
    11/ Funky Boots                             (Windo, Evans)           5:41

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022 - DER ALTE MANN BRICHT ... SEIN SCHWEIGEN: Globe Unity '74

    1/ Der Alte Mann Bricht ... Sein Schweigen  (Brötzmann)             14:25

    Recorded at "Free Jazz Workshop", Wuppertal (Germany) on March 23, 1974

  Mongezi Feza: trumpet; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Günter Christmann: trombone;
  Paul Rutherford: trombone; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Peter Brötzmann:
  saxes; Gerd Dudek: soprano, tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Rüdiger 
  Carl: tenor, accordion; Michel Pilz: bass clarinet; Alex von Schlippenbach:
  piano; Peter Kowald: tuba, bass; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: per-
  cussion.

    ???? - FMP (Germany), FMP S 4 (7")

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023 - SONG FOR SOMEONE: Kenny Wheeler

    1/ Cause Are Events                         (Wheeler)                8:12
    2/ The Good Doctor                          (Wheeler)               15:17

    Recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London on January 10 & 11, 1973

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Ian Hammer: trumpet; Greg Bowen: trum-
  pet; Dave Hancock: trumpet; Keith Christie: trombone; Bobby Lamb: trombone;
  Chris Pyne: trombone; David Horler: trombone; Jim Wilson (1): bass trombone;
  Malcom Griffiths (2): bass trombone; Alfie Reece: tuba; Duncan Lamont: 
  tenor, flute; Mike Osborne: alto; Alan Branscombe: piano, electric piano;
  John Taylor: electric piano; Ron Mathewson: bass; Tony Oxley: percussion;
  Norma Winstone: vocals; Evan Parker (1,2): soprano, tenor; Derek Bailey (2):
  guitar.

    1974 - Incus (UK), Incus 10 (LP)
    2004 - Psi Recordings (UK), 04.01 (CD)

  Note: Evan Parker does not play on other titles.

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024 - TONY OXLEY

    1/ Eiroc II                                 (Oxley)                  5:30
    2/ Never Before Or Again                    (Oxley)                 10:40

    (1) recorded in London in 1971
    (2) recorded in London in 1972

  Evan Parker: soprano; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Derek Bailey (1): guitar;
  Tony Oxley: percussion, amplified percussion; Dave Holdsworth (2): trumpet; 
  Howard Riley (2): piano; Barry Guy (2): bass.

    1975 - Incus (UK), Incus 8 (LP)

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025 - BAVARIAN CALYPSO: Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ Bavarian Calypso                         (Schlippenbach)          2:04
    2/ Good Bye                                 (G. Jenkins)             3:50

    Recorded in Neunkirchen, Germany in April 1975

  Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Günter Christmann: trombo-
  ne; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Evan Parker:
  soprano, tenor; Rüdiger Carl: soprano, tenor; Peter Brötzmann: saxes; Michel
  Pilz: bass clarinet; Peter Kowald: tuba, bass; Alex von Schlippenbach: pia-
  no; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1975 - FMP (Germany), FMP S 6 (7")

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026 - SAXOPHONE SPECIAL: Steve Lacy

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

    Recorded at Wigmore Hall, London (UK) on December 19, 1974

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

    1975 - Emanem (USA), 3310 (LP)
    1998 - Emanem (UK), 4024 (CD)

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

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027 - THREE NAILS LEFT: Schlippenbach Quartet

    1/ Range                                    (Schlippenbach, Kowald) 23:40
    2/ Black Holes                              (Parker)                12:00
    3/ Three Nails Left; For P.L.               (Lovens)                 4:11
  
    (1) recorded live at 3. New Jazz Festival, Moers (Germany) on June 2, 1974
    (2,3) recorded at "Quartier Latin", Berlin (Germany) on February 2, 1975

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald:
  bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1975 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0210 (LP)
    2011 - FMP (Germany), 140 (CD)

  Note: the CD contains the reissue of the complete LP THE HIDDEN PEAK (1977)
  as well as the side 2 of THREE NAILS LEFT (1975).
  Note: the CD reissue is also part of a 12xCD box set called IN RETROSPECT.

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028 - AT THE UNITY THEATRE: Evan Parker & Paul Lytton

    1/ In The Midst Of Laughter And Glee        (Parker, Lytton)        17:59
    2/ On Reflection                            (Parker, Lytton)         5:22
    3/ Mild Steel Rivets For P.H.               (Parker, Lytton)        14:41
    4/ The Dirlston Dirler                      (Parker, Lytton)         7:21
    5/ Through Consensus                        (Parker, Lytton)        18:18
    6/ To Unity                                 (Parker, Lytton)         3:55

    Recorded at Unity Theatre, London (UK) on January 7, 1975

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor, lyttonophone, pole drum, bull-roarer, cassettes
  of prior performances; Paul Lytton: percussion, live electronics, voice.

    1975 - Incus (UK), Incus 14 (LP)
    2003 - Psi Recordings (UK), 03.01 (CD)

  Note: (5,6) are only available on the CD reissue.
  Note: the CD also adds at the end a 8 second long mystery track.

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029 - EVIDENCE - VOL. 1: Globe Unity Special

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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031 - SME + SMO: Spontaneous Music Orchestra

    1/ Search + Reflect                         (Stevens)       
    2/ Sustained                                (Stevens)
    3/ Sustained +                              (Stevens)
    4/ 12 +                                     (Stevens)    Total time 20:45        
    5/ =                                        (Stevens)               20:45

    Recorded at St John's Smith Square, London (UK) on January 25, 1975

  SME - Ian Brighton: electric guitar; Roger Smith: acoustic guitar; Nigel
  Coombes: violin; Lindsay Cooper: cello; Jane Robertson: cello; Colin Wood:
  cello; Marcio Mattos: bass; Evan Parker: soprano; Trevor Watts: soprano; 
  John Stevens: percussion, cornet.
  SMO - Chris Turner: harmonica; Robert Carter: violin; Stephen Luscomb: vio-
  lin; Angus Fraser: bass; Martin Mayes: French horn; Peter Drew: piano; Bob
  Turner: soprano; Robert Calvert: sopranino; Dave Decobain: alto; Herman
  Hauge: alto; Ye Min: alto.

    ???? - A-Records (UK), 003 (LP)
    2001 - Emanem (UK), 4062 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue on Emanem is called PLUS EQUALS and contains a 20 minu-
  tes long unissued piece; Evan Parker does not play on it.

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032 - THE LONDON CONCERT: Derek Bailey, Evan Parker

    1/ The London Concert - part 1              (Bailey, Parker)        14:50
    2/ The London Concert - part 2              (Bailey, Parker)         3:58
    3/ The London Concert - part 3              (Bailey, Parker)        11:52
    4/ The London Concert - part 4              (Bailey, Parker)         6:57

    Recorded at Wigmore Hall, London (UK) on February 14, 1975

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Derek Bailey: guitar.

    1976 - Incus (UK), Incus 16 (LP)
    2005 - Psi (UK), 05.01 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has 31 extra minutes of previously unreleased material
  and its thrack order is the following:

    1/ First Half Solo                          (Bailey, Parker)         4:16
    2/ Part 1                                   (Bailey, Parker)        14:54
    3/ Part 1A                                  (Bailey, Parker)         5:50
    4/ Part 2                                   (Bailey, Parker)         3:51
    5/ Part 2A                                  (Bailey, Parker)        10:24
    6/ Second Half Solos                        (Bailey, Parker)        10:26
    7/ Part 3                                   (Bailey, Parker)        11:54
    8/ Part 4                                   (Bailey, Parker)         6:56

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033 - THE MUSIC IMPROVISATION COMPANY 1968-1971

    1/ Pointing                                 (coll. improvisation)    7:10
    2/ Untitled 3                               (coll. improvisation)    6:32
    3/ Untitled 4                               (coll. improvisation)    4:10
    4/ Bedrest                                  (coll. improvisation)    7:38
    5/ Its Tongue Trapped To The Rock By A Limpet, The Water Rat Succombed
       To The Incoming Tide                     (coll. improvisation)    8:55
    6/ In The Victim's Absence                  (coll. improvisation)   10:35

    (1-4) recorded in London (UK) on July 4, 1969
    (5,6) recorded in London (UK) on June 18, 1970

  Evan Parker: soprano, amplified auto-harp; Derek Bailey: guitar; Hugh
  Davies: electronics, organ; Jamie Muir: percussion.

    1976 - Incus (UK), Incus 17 (LP)
    1993 - Incus (UK), Incus CD12 (CD)    

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034 - PEARLS: Globe Unity Orchestra and guests

    1/ Every Single One Of Us Is A Pearl        (Parker)                24:45
    2/ Kunstmusik II                            (Schlippenbach)         10:20
    3/ The Onliest - The Loneliest              (Schlippenbach)          7:08
    4/ Ruby My Dear                             (Monk, arr. by A.V.S.)   4:50

    Recorded at "New Jazz Meeting", Südwestfunk Studios, Baden-Baden (Germa-
    ny) on November 25 & 26, 1975

  Enrico Rava: trumpet; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; 
  Günter Christmann: trombone; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Paul Rutherford:
  trombone; Anthony Braxton: alto; Peter Brötzmann: clarinet, tenor; Rüdiger
  Carl: tenor; Gerd Dudek: tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Michel Pilz:
  bass clarinet; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald: tuba, bass;
  Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: percussion.

    1977 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0380 (LP)

  Notes: dates (November 25 & 27, 1977) are misprinted on the cover, and 
   "The Onliest - The Loneliest" is a solo piano

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035 - SAXOPHONE SOLOS: Evan Parker

    1/ Aerobatics 1                             (Parker)                16:20
    2/ Aerobatics 2                             (Parker)                 6:30
    3/ Aerobatics 3                             (Parker)                14:25
    4/ Aerobatics 4                             (Parker)                 3:48
    5/ Aerobatics 5 'The Light Of The Understanding And The Fire'
                                                (Parker)                 6:55
    6/ Aerobatics 6 'Equinox, Memorable Equinox'(Parker)                 3:51
    7/ Aerobatics 7 'Shadows Of The Evening'    (Parker)                 1:42
    8/ Aerobatics 8 'The Dark Nurse'            (Parker)                 5:17
    9/ Aerobatics 9 'Not With The Fire In Me Now'
                                                (Parker)                 2:21
    10/ Aerobatics 11 'Shadows Of The Opus... Magnum'
                                                (Parker)                 5:56
    11/ Aerobatics 12 'The Vision At Last'      (Parker)                 3:48
    12/ Aerobatics 13 'And The Aspirations'     (Parker)                 3:30
    13/ Aerobatics 14 'And The Resolutions'     (Parker)                 6:54

    (1-3) recorded at Unity Theatre, London (UK) on June 17, 1975
    (4-9,11-13) recorded at FMP Studio, Berlin (Germany) on September 9, 1975

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1976 - Incus (UK), Incus 19 (LP)
    1995 - Chronoscope (UK), CPE 2002-2 (CD)
    2003 - Chronoscope (UK), CPE 2002-2 (CD)
    2009 - Psi Recordings (UK), psi 09.01 (CD)

  Note: (5-13) are not available on the LP pressing; (5-13) were already avai-
  lable on COLLECTED SOLOS (1989).

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036 - COMPANY 1

    1/ No North                                 (coll. improvisation)    8:20
    2/ No East                                  (coll. improvisation)   10:27
    3/ No West                                  (coll. improvisation)   10:05

    Recorded at Riverside Studios, London (UK) on May 9, 1976

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Derek Bailey (2,3): guitar; Tristan Honsinger
  (1,2): cello; Maarten Altena (1,3): bass.

    1977 - Incus (UK), Incus 21 (LP)

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037 - JAHRMARKT/LOCAL FAIR: Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ Jahrmarkt                                (Kowald)                23:28

    Recorded at "New Jazz Meeting", Südwestfunk Studios, Baden-Baden (Germa-
    ny) on November 27, 1975

  Enrico Rava: trumpet; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; 
  Günter Christmann: trombone; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Paul Rutherford:
  trombone; Anthony Braxton: alto; Peter Brötzmann: clarinet, tenor; Rüdiger
  Carl: tenor; Gerd Dudek: tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Michel Pilz:
  bass clarinet; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano, accordion; Peter Kowald: con-
  ductor; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: percussion, musical saw.
    
    2/ Local Fair                               (Kowald)                21:02

    Recorded at "4. Wuppertaler Free Jazz Workshop", Wuppertal (Germany) on 
    June 5, 1976
  
  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Günter Christmann: trombo-
  ne; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Peter Brötzmann: clarinet, alto, baritone
  saxophone; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Rüdiger Carl: tenor; Gerd Dudek:
  tenor; Michel Pilz: bass clarinet; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano, accordion;
  Peter Kowald: tuba, conductor; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: percus-
  sion; + Wuppermusikanten - Mousikon Synkrotima Spirou Papandreou - Wupper-
  spatzen - Willy Hengstenberg (barrel-organ).

    1977 - Po Torch (Germany), PTR/JWD 2

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038 - RA 1 + 2: Evan Parker, Paul Lytton

    1/ Ra 1                                     (Parker, Lytton)        18:51
    2/ Ra 2                                     (Parker, Lytton)        19:40

    Recorded at "V. International New Jazz Festival", Moers (Germany) on June
    6, 1976

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Lytton: percussion, electronics.

    ???? - Ring (Germany), 0 10 16 (LP)
    ???? - Moers Music (Germany), 01016 (LP)

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039 - COMPANY 2

    1/ Za'id                                    (coll. improvisation)    8:20
    2/ Akhrajat                                 (coll. improvisation)   14:20
    3/ Al                                       (coll. improvisation)    3:17
    4/ Mutala                                   (coll. improvisation)    8:10
    5/ Hiq                                      (coll. improvisation)   10:02

    Recorded at Riverside Studios, London (UK) on August 22, 1976

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Anthony Braxton: soprano, alto, Eb clarinet,
  Bb clarinet, contrabass clarinet; Derek Bailey: acoustic guitar, electric
  guitar.

    1977 - Incus (UK), Incus 23 (LP)

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040 - PARKER/BURWELL/DAVIES

    1/ Side 1

    Recorded at "The Basement", London (UK) on September 23, 1976

  Evan Parker: soprano, voice; Paul Burwell: percussion; Hugh Davies: live
  electronics.

    ???? - Quartz/Mirliton Cassette (UK), QMC 11 (CT)

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041 - HOHE-UFER KONZERTE: various artists

  This record features Yukiko Sugawara, Irène Schweizer, Egon Hofmann, 
  Christmann/Schonenberg, Achim Knispel, Gunter Lege, Parker/Lytton.

    1/ Halt, We Are Specialists                 (Parker, Lytton)        

    Recorded at Historisches Museum, Hamburg (Germany), late 1976

  Evan Parker: soprano; Paul Lytton: percussion, live electronics.

    ???? - Hohe Ufer Records (Germany) (LP)

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042 - THE LONGEST NIGHT - VOL. 1: John Stevens, Evan Parker

    1/ 19:11                                    (Stevens, Parker)        9:53
    2/ 19:44                                    (Stevens, Parker)       12:30
    3/ 20:23                                    (Stevens, Parker)       21:14

    Recorded at Riverside Studios, London (UK) on December 21, 1976

  John Stevens: percussion, cornet; Evan Parker: soprano.

    1977 - Ogun (UK), OG 120 (LP)
    2007 - Ogun (UK), 022/023 (2xCD)
    
  Note: the 2xCD reissue also contains THE LONGEST NIGHT - VOL. 2 (1977) and
  CORNER TO CORNER (1993).

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043 - THE HIDDEN PEAK: Schlippenbach Quartet

    1/ The Hidden Peak I                        (coll. improvisation)    8:34
    2/ The Hidden Peak II                       (coll. improvisation)    8:09
    3/ The Hidden Peak III                      (coll. improvisation)    5:21
    4/ The Hidden Peak IV                       (coll. improvisation)    5:45
    5/ The Hidden Peak V                        (coll. improvisation)   16:50

    Recorded at "Quartier Latin", Berlin (Germany) on January 27 & 28, 1977

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald:
  bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1977 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0410 (LP)
    2011 - FMP (Germany), 140 (CD)

  Note: the CD contains the reissue of the complete LP THE HIDDEN PEAK (1977)
  as well as the side 2 of THREE NAILS LEFT (1975).
  Note: the CD reissue is also part of a 12xCD box set called IN RETROSPECT.

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044 - THE LONGEST NIGHT - VOL. 2: John Stevens, Evan Parker

    1/ 21:25                                    (Stevens, Parker)        5:43
    2/ 21:47                                    (Stevens, Parker)        5:11
    3/ 22:18                                    (Stevens, Parker)        6:21
    4/ 23:12                                    (Stevens, Parker)       11:47
    5/ 23:40                                    (Stevens, Parker)       10:02

    Recorded at Riverside Studios, London (UK) on December 21, 1976

  John Stevens: percussion, cornet; Evan Parker: soprano.

    1978 - Ogun (UK), OG 420 (LP)
    2007 - Ogun (UK), 022/023 (2xCD)

  Note: due to a mistake, the side 2 of this record was available as side 2 of
  Harry Miller and Radu Malfatti's BRACKNELL BREAKDOWN (OG 320); as a result,
  a second pressing of BRACKNELL BREAKDOWN was made to fix the error; not sure
  how many defective copies are floating around...
  Note: the 2xCD reissue also contains THE LONGEST NIGHT - VOL. 1 (1977) and
  CORNER TO CORNER (1993).

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045 - FOR EXAMPLE: various artists

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

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

  Disc 2 (FMP R 2): QUARTETS 

    9a/ With Forks And Hope                     (coll. improvisation)    7:02
    9b/ Then, Silence                           (coll. improvisation)    4:28

    Recorded at Akademie Der Künste, Berlin (WG) on April 3, 1972

  Schlippenbach Trio: Evan Parker (soprano, tenor), Alex von Schlippenbach 
  (piano), Paul Lovens (drums, percussion).

  Disc 3 (FMP R 3): ORCHESTRAS

    14/ Thin In The Upper Crust                 (Brötzmann)              6:00

    Recorded at Akademie Der Künste "Workshop Freie Musik", Berlin (Germany)
    on March 30 or 31, 1973

  Globe Unity Orchestra: Manfred Schoof (trumpet), Kenny Wheeler (trumpet),
  Peter Bennink (clarinet), Peter Brötzmann (clarinet), Gerd Dudek (clarinet),
  Evan Parker (clarinet), Michel Pilz (bass clarinet), Günter Christmann 
  (trombone), Paul Rutherford (trombone), Albert Mangelsdorff (trombone), Alex
  von Schlippenbach (piano), Peter Kowald (bass), Buschi Niebergall (bass), 
  Paul Lovens (drums).

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

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

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046 - PROCESSION: Chris McGregor Brotherhood Of Breath

    1/ Sunrise On The Sun                       (McGregor)              17:30
    2/ Sonia                                    (M. Feza)                4:35
    3/ Kwhalo                                   (Pukwana)               18:35

    Recorded live at "Halle Aux Grains", Toulouse (France) on May 10, 1977

  Chris McGregor: piano, lead; Harry Beckett: trumpet; Marc Charig: trumpet;
  Radu Malfatti: trombone; Mike Osborne: alto; Dudu Pukwana: alto; Evan 
  Parker: tenor; Bruce Grant: flute, baritone saxophone; Johnny Dyani: bass;
  Harry Miller: bass; Louis Moholo: drums.

    1978 - Ogun (UK), OG 524 (LP)
    2013 - Ogun (UK), OG 39 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has the following track listing and features three bo-
  nus tracks (1,5,6):

    1/ You Ain't Gonna Know Me 'Cos You Think You Know Me
						(Mongezi Feza)		 6:33
    2/ Sunrise On The Sun                       (McGregor)              17:10
    3/ Sonia                                    (M. Feza)                8:42
    4/ Kwhalo                                   (Pukwana)               18:35
    5/ TBS					(McGregor)		 8:19
    6/ Andromeda				(McGregor)		 4:05

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047 - MONOCEROS: Evan Parker

    1/ Monoceros 1                              (Parker)                21:30
    2/ Monoceros 2                              (Parker)                 5:12
    3/ Monoceros 3                              (Parker)                 8:58
    4/ Monoceros 4                              (Parker)                 4:03

    Recorded at Wyastone Leys, Monmouth (UK) on April 30, 1978

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1978 - Incus (UK), Incus 27 (LP)
    1999 - Chronoscope (UK), CPE 2004-2 (CD)
    2015 - Psi (UK), 15.01 (CD)

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048 - COMPANY 5

    1/ LS/MR/DB/TH/AB/SL/EP                     (coll. improvisation)   25:39

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

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

    2/ EP/TH/AB - 1                             (coll. improvisation)    6:10
    3/ EP/TH/AB - 2                             (coll. improvisation)    1:42

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

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Tristan Honsinger: cello; Anthony Braxton: 
  clarinet, flute, soprano, alto.

    1978 - Incus (UK), Incus 28 (LP)

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049 - COMPANY 6

  This record features Leo Smith, Maarten Altena, Steve Lacy, Tristan
  Honsinger, Lol Coxhill, Anthony Braxton, Steve Beresford, Han Bennink,
  Derek Bailey.

    1/ EP/HB/DB - part of a longer piece        (coll. improvisation)    5:30

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

  Evan Parker: soprano; Han Bennink: percussion; Derek Bailey: electric gui-
  tar.

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

  Note: Evan Parker does not play on other titles.
  Note: the CD edition also contains COMPANY 7 (1978)
 
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050 - COMPANY 7

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

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

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

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

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

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051 - IMPROVISATIONS: Globe Unity

    1/ Improvisation 1                          (Globe Unity)           10:14
    2/ Improvisation 2                          (Globe Unity)            6:31
    3/ Improvisation 3                          (Globe Unity)            6:20
    4/ Improvisation 4                          (Globe Unity)           23:14

    Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) in September 1977

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Günter Christmann: trombo-
  ne; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Gerd Dudek:
  flute, soprano, tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Peter Brötzmann: alto,
  tenor, bass clarinet; Michel Pilz: bass clarinet; Derek Bailey: guitar; 
  Tristan Honsinger: cello; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald: bass,
  tuba; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1978 - Japo Records (Germany), Japo 60021 (LP)
    ???? - Japo/Trio (Japan), PAP 9184 (LP)
    2003 - Universal (Japan), UCCU 9020 (CD)

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052 - REAL TIME: Curran, Centazzo, Parker

    1/ Real Time                                (coll. improvisation)   20:10
    2/ Reel Time One                            (coll. improvisation)    6:17
    3/ Reel Time Two                            (coll. improvisation)    6:48
    4/ Reel Time Three                          (coll. improvisation)    8:17
    5/ Ending                                   (coll. improvisation)    6:52

    Recorded in Roma, Italy on December 12, 1977

  Alvin Curran: piano, trumpet, synthesizer; Andrea Centazzo: percussion,
  percussion synthesizer; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor.

    1978 - Ictus (Italy), Ictus 0006 (LP)
    1996 - New Tone (Italy), rdc 5029 2 (CD)

  Note: (5) is only available on the CD reissue (which is called REAL TIME 
  ONE).

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053 - SPIRITS REJOICE!: Louis Moholo Octet

    1/ Kanya Apho Ukhona (Shine Wherever You Are)       
						(Moholo)                 8:00
    2/ You Ain't Gonna Know Me'Cos You Think You Know Me
						(M. Feza)                7:15
    3/ Ithi-Gqi (Appear)                        (Dyani)                  8:00
    4/ Amaxesha Osizi (Times Of Sorrow)         (Majola)                 9:50
    5/ Wedding Hymn                             (Matshikiza)            11:20

    Recorded at Redan Recorders, London (UK) on January 24, 1978
    Produced by Ron Barron

  Louis Moholo: drums; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Nick Evans: trombone; Radu
  Malfatti: trombone; Evan Parker: tenor; Keith Tippett: piano; Johnny Dyani:
  bass; Harry Miller: bass.

    1978 - Ogun (UK), OG 520 (LP)
    2006 - Ogun (UK), 017/018 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue includes BRA-LOUIS-BRA by Louis Moholo's Bra Louis-Bra 
  Tebs, unreleased recording from 1995.
  Note: on the 2xCD reissue, the titles of #4 and #5 are wrongly inverted.

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054 - ABRACADABRA: Evan Parker, Greg Goodman

    1/ Aftercadabra                             (Parker, Goodman)        7:43
    2/ Abracadaver                              (Parker, Goodman)       10:16
    3/ The Fly-Hog Replied With A Lisp ...      (Parker, Goodman)       22:53

    Recorded at Woody Woodman's Finger Palace, Berkeley (CA), November 1-2,
    1978

  Evan Parker: tenor; Greg Goodman: piano.

    1978 - The Beak Doctor (USA), 2 (LP)
    1978 - Metalanguage (USA), ML 104 (LP)

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055 - GROUPS IN FRONT OF PEOPLE 2

    1/ Utrecht                                  (coll. improvisation)    6:04
    3/ De Kroeg                                 (coll. improvisation)    7:30

    (1) recorded in Utrecht, Holland on January 29, 1978
    (3) recorded in Amsterdam, Holland on January 31, 1978

  Evan Parker: tenor; Peter Cusak: guitar; Guus Janssen: piano; Terry Day:
  drums, percussion; Maarten Van Regteren Altena: bass.

    1979 - Bead (UK), Bead 15 (LP)

  Note: Evan Parker does not play on other titles.

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056 - HAMBURG '74: Globe Unity Orchestra and The Choir Of The NDR-Broadcast

    1/ Hamburg '74 : Overture                   (Schlippenbach)
		 II. Interlude
		III. Ovation
		 IV. Fusion
		  V. Kollision + Explosion
		 VI. Free Jazz
		VII. Epistrophen
	       VIII. Special Coda                                       26:29
    2/ Kontraste Und Synthesen                  (Schoof)                19:11

    Recorded at 105th NDR Jazz Workshop, Funkhaus Hamburg (Germany) on 
    November 19, 1974

  Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Günter Christmann: trombo-
  ne; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Peter Brötzmann: reeds; Rüdiger Carl: reeds;
  Gerd Dudek: reeds; Evan Parker: reeds; Michel Pilz: reeds; Derek Bailey:
  guitar; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald: bass, tuba; Han
  Bennink: drums, percussion, clarinet; Paul Lovens: drums, percussion; +
  Choir of the NDR-Broadcast conducted by Helmut Franz.

    1979 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0650 (LP)
    2004 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS248CD (CD)

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057 - LABORATORIO DELLA QUERCIA

    2/ Dialogando                               (Terenzi)               11:10

    Recorded at "Quercia Del Tasso", Roma (I), July 5-6, 1978

  Danilo Terenzi: trombone; Roswell Rudd: trombone. 
    
    3/ La Quercia                               (coll. improvisation)   21:29

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

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

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

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

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

    1979 - Horo Records (Italy), HDP 39-40 (2xLP)
    20?? - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (2xCD-R)

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

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058 - COMPOSITIONS: Globe Unity

    1/ Nodagoo                                  (Wheeler)                6:59
    2/ Boa                                      (Schlippenbach)          5:43
    3/ Trom-Bone-It                             (Christmann)             5:03
    4/ Flat Feet                                (Rava)                   7:48
    5/ Reflections                              (Schoof)                 8:46
    6/ Worms - ded. to Ezra Pound               (Lacy)                  10:52
    7/ The Forge                                (Schlippenbach)          5:22

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

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

    1979 - Japo (Germany), 60 027 (LP)
    ???? - Japo/Trio (Japan), PAP 9191 (LP)
    2006 - Universal (Japan), UCCE-9072 (CD)

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*** - TTT&P: Keith Tippett, Julie Tippetts, Stan Tracey, Evan Parker

    Recorded at Wigmore Hall, London on December 21, 1974

    1979 - Emanem (UK), 3308 (LP)
 
  Note: was never released.

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059 - CIRCADIAN RHYTHM

    1/ Circadian Rhythm - Excerpt 2             (coll. improvisation)    9:56
    2/ Circadian Rhythm - Excerpt 3             (coll. improvisation)    9:55
    3/ Circadian Rhythm - Excerpt 1             (coll. improvisation)   22:46

    Recorded at London Musician's Collective, London (UK) on July 29-30, 1978

  Paul Lytton: percussion, live electronics; David Toop: flute, alto flute,
  bass recorder, piccolo, home-made and found instruments; Max Eastley: sel-
  designed automatic instruments and other small home-made instruments; Paul
  Burwell: percussion; Annabel Nicolson: charcoal, sparks, branches, twigs,
  fire, pine needles, draughts, smoke; Evan Parker: saxophones etc ...; Hugh
  Davies: live electronics; Paul Lovens: percussion, singing saw.

    1980 - Incus (UK), Incus 33 (LP)
    2007 - Psi (UK), ??? (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has not been released yet; it will contain extra mate-
  rial.

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060 - AT THE FINGER PALACE: Evan Parker

    1/ Fingerprints - part 1                    (Parker)                22:30
    2/ Fingerprints - part 2                    (Parker)                23:08

    Recorded at Woody Woodman's Finger Palace, Berkeley (USA) on November 2, 
    1978

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1980 - The Beak Doctor (USA), 3 (LP)
    1980 - Metalanguage (USA), ML 110 (LP)

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061 - AROUND 6: Kenny Wheeler

    1/ Mai We Go Round                          (Wheeler)               10:32
    2/ Solo One                                 (Wheeler)                3:33
    3/ May Ride                                 (Wheeler)                7:27
    4/ Follow Down                              (Wheeler)               11:38
    5/ Riverrun                                 (Wheeler)                7:36
    6/ Lost Woltz                               (Wheeler)                5:23

    Recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) on August 21 & 22, 1979

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Evan Parker (1,3-6): soprano, tenor; Eje 
  Thelin: trombone; Tom Van Der Geld: vibraphone; Jean-François Jenny-Clark: 
  bass; Edward Vesala: drums.

    1980 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1156 (LP)
    1980 - ECM (USA), ECM-1-1156 (LP) 
    1996 - ECM (Germany), 529124-2 (CD)

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062 - ECM SAMPLER 7: various artists

  This record features Pat Metheny, Keith Jarrett, Jan Garbarek/Kjell Johnsen,
  Jack DeJohnette, Kenny Wheeler, Steve Reich, Sam Rivers, Art Ensemble Of
  Chicago.

    9/ Lost Woltz                               (Wheeler)                5:23

    1980 - ECM (?), PRO-E-895 (LP)

  See AROUND SIX (1980) for further references.

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063 - FOUR, FOUR, FOUR: Evan Parker, Paul Rutherford, Barry Guy, John Stevens

    1/ One, Four, Four                          (coll. improvisation)   18:30
    2/ Two, Four, Four                          (coll. improvisation)    4:48
    3/ Three, Four, Four                        (coll. improvisation)   11:04
    4/ Four, Four, Four                         (coll. improvisation)    7:39

    Recorded in London on October 4, 1979

  Evan Parker: soprano; Paul Rutherford: trombone, euphonium; Barry Guy: bass;
  John Stevens: percussion, voice.

    1980 - View (UK), VS 0011 (LP)

  Note: recording date given by Evan Parker; on cover as August 1979.

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064 - FROM SAXOPHONE & TROMBONE: Evan Parker, George Lewis

    1/ From Saxophone & Trombone 1              (Parker, Lewis)         11:00
    2/ From Saxophone & Trombone 2              (Parker, Lewis)          3:03
    3/ From Saxophone & Trombone 3              (Parker, Lewis)          9:49
    4/ From Saxophone & Trombone 4              (Parker, Lewis)          5:00
    5/ From Saxophone & Trombone 5              (Parker, Lewis)         11:53

    Recorded at Art Worker's Guild, London on May 18, 1980

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; George Lewis: trombone.

    ???? - Incus (UK), Incus 35 (LP)
    2002 - Psi Recordings (UK), 02.04 (CD)

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065 - FABLES: Company

    1/ ATG 4                                    (coll. improvisation)    5:00
    2/ ATG 6                                    (coll. improvisation)    6:43
    3/ ATG 3                                    (coll. improvisation)    9:32
    4/ ATG 13                                   (coll. improvisation)    7:48
    5/ ATG 2                                    (coll. improvisation)    5:10
    6/ ATG 9                                    (coll. improvisation)   10:00

    Recorded at Art Worker's Guild, London on May 17 & 28, 1980

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; George Lewis: trombone; Derek Bailey: guitar;
  Dave Holland: bass.

    ???? - Incus (UK), Incus 36 (LP)

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066 - IMPROVISATOR'S SYMPOSIUM PISA 1980

    1/ Pisa Wind Duet 1                                                  5:32
    2/ Pisa Wind Duet 2                                                  9:40
    3/ Pisa String Duet                                                 10:18
    4/ San Zeno Quintet                                                 12:04
    5/ Pisa Quintet                                                     11:27

    (1-3) recorded at Giardino Scotto, Pisa (Italy) on June 26-28, 1980
    (4) recorded at San Zeno Abbey, Pisa (Italy) on June 26-28, 1980

  Evan Parker (1,2,4): tenor, soprano; George Lewis (1,2,5): trombone; Derek
  Bailey (3): guitar; Maarten Altena (3,5): bass; Barry Guy (4,5): bass; Paul
  Lovens (4): percussion; Paul Lytton (4): percussion, live electronics; Phil
  Wachsmann (4): violin, electronics.  Paul Rutherford (5): trombone;
  Giancarlo Schiaffini (5): trombone.

    1981 - Incus (UK), Incus 37 (LP)

  Note: this record has been reissued as a 2xCD in 2004; the reissue features
  material not available on the LP as well as uncut versions of two tracks;
  see PISA 1980 IMPROVISORS SYMPOSIUM (2004) for further references.

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067 - SIX OF ONE: Evan Parker

    1/ One Of Six                               (Parker)                 4:36
    2/ Two Of Six                               (Parker)                11:46
    3/ Three Of Six                             (Parker)                10:01
    4/ Four Of Six                              (Parker)                10:50
    5/ Five Of Six                              (Parker)                 5:38
    6/ Six Of One                               (Parker)                 6:02
    7/ At Sixes And Sevens                      (Parker)                 6:53

    Recorded at St Jude On The Hill, London (UK) on June 18, 1980

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1980 - Incus (UK), Incus 39 (LP)
    2002 - Psi Recordings (UK), 02.03 (CD)
    2015 (?) - Psi Recordings (UK), 02.03 (CD)

  Note: (7) is only available on the CD reissue.
  Note: the 2015 reissue has not been released yet.

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068 - THE SOCIAL SET - VOL. 1: Metalanguage Festival Of Improvised Music 1980

    1/ The Social Set - part 1                  (coll. improvisation)   23:04
    2/ The Social Set - part 2                  (coll. improvisation)   24:03

    Recorded at Arch Street Studios, Berkeley (CA) on October 19, 1980

  Bruce Ackley: soprano; Greg Goodman: piano, percussion; Henry Kaiser: elec-
  tric guitar; Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; Larry Ochs: sopranino, tenor; Evan
  Parker: soprano, tenor; Jon Raskin: alto, baritone saxophone; Andrew Voigt:
  sopranino, alto.

    1980 - Beak Doctor (USA), 5 (LP)
    1980 - Metalanguage (USA), ML 116 (LP)
    2003 - The Beak Doctor (USA), BD5&6 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue is called THE SOCIAL/SCIENCE SET (2003) and also adds
  THE SCIENCE SET - VOL. 2.

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069 - THE SCIENCE SET - VOL. 2: Metalanguage Festival Of Improvised Music 1980

    3/ Lexeme                                   (coll. improvisation)    7:08

    Recorded at "The Great American Music Hall", San Francisco (CA) on October
    21, 1980

  Evan Parker: tenor; Jon Raskin: alto; Larry Ochs: sopranino, tenor; Greg
  Goodman: piano.

    4/ Xenon                                    (Parker, Kondo)          7:41

    Recorded at "The Great American Music Hall", San Francisco (CA) on October
    21, 1980

  Evan Parker: soprano; Toshinori Kondo: trumpet.

    7/ Basalt                                   (Parker)                 7:54

    Recorded at "The Great American Music Hall", San Francisco (CA) on October
    21, 1980

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    8/ Applied Ions                             (coll. improvisation)    6:42

    Recorded at "The Great American Music Hall", San Francisco (CA) on October
    21, 1980

  Derek Bailey: acoustic guitar; Greg Goodman: piano, percussion; Henry 
  Kaiser: electric guitar; Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; Larry Ochs: tenor; Evan
  Parker: tenor; Jon Raskin: baritone saxophone; Andrew Voigt: alto.

    1980 - Beak Doctor (USA), 6 (LP)
    1980 - Metalanguage (USA), ML 117 (LP)
    2003 - The Beak Doctor (USA), BD5&6 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue is called THE SOCIAL/SCIENCE SET (2003) and also adds
  THE SOCIAL SET - VOL. 1.

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070 - HYPA-STRETCH: Parker, Russell, Rose, Guy

    1/ Trio 1: Parker, Russell, Rose            (coll. improvisation)    3:00
    2/ Duo 1:  Parker, Rose                     (coll. improvisation)    3:48
    3/ Trio 2: Parker, Rose, Guy                (coll. improvisation)    4:45
    4/ Trio 3: Parker, Russell, Guy             (coll. improvisation)    5:04
    5/ Duo 3:  Parker, Guy                      (coll. improvisation)    4:09
    6/ Quartet 1: Parker, Russell, Rose, Guy    (coll. improvisation)    4:38
    7/ Quartet 2: Parker, Russell, Rose, Guy    (coll. improvisation)   11:42

    Recorded at Pathway Studios, London (UK) on December 20, 1980

  Evan Parker: soprano; John Russell: guitar; Jon Rose: violin, 19 string
  violin; Barry Guy: bass.

    ???? - Fringe Benefit Cassette (Australia), FBR 30 (CT)

  Note: Evan Parker does not play on: Duo 2, Trio 4 and Duo 4.

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071 - INCISION: Evan Parker, Barry Guy

    1/ Incision 1                               (Parker, Guy)            5:02
    2/ Incision 2                               (Parker, Guy)            9:34
    3/ Incision 3                               (Parker, Guy)            4:30
    4/ Incision 4                               (Parker, Guy)            6:08
    5/ Incision 5                               (Parker, Guy)            8:22
    6/ Incision 6                               (Parker, Guy)            4:09

    Recorded in Berlin, Germany on March 14 & 15, 1981

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass.

    1981 - FMP (Germany), SAJ 35 (LP)

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072 - ATLANTIC CITY: Michel Legrand

    1/ Casta Diva (From Norma)			(Bellini)		 6:45
    2/ Slot Machine Baby 						 3:37
    3/ Bellini Rock							 2:45
    4/ Atlantic City, My Old Friend		(Paul Anka)		 2:34
    5/ Balcon								 1:25
    6/ Piano Blackjack							 4:33
    7/ Steel Pier							 2:32
    8/ Song Of India				(Rimsky Korsakov)	 2:50
    9/ Roadmap For A Free Jazz Group					 5:14
    10/ No Gambling Allowed						 1:05
    11/ AC/DC								 1:59
    12/ Trio Jazz							 5:18 

  Evan Parker (9); Howard Riley (9); Tony Coe (9); Barry Guy (9); Paul Lytton
  (9); Kelloway (9).

    1981 - DRG Records, DRG 6104 (LP)
    ???? - DRG Records, CDRG 6104 (CD)

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073 - MICHAEL NYMAN: Michael Nyman

    1/ Bird Anthem                              (Nyman)                  2:37
    2/ In Re Don Giovani                        (Nyman)                  2:48
    3/ Initial Treat/Secondary Treat            (Nyman)                  4:29
    4/ Waltz                                    (Nyman)                  5:55
    5/ Bird List Song                           (Nyman)                  4:19
    6/ M-Work                                   (Nyman)                 21:09

    Recorded at Music Works by Al Williams and at Berry Street by Dave Hunt
    Produced by Michael Nyman and David Cunningham      

  Rory Allam: clarinet, bass clarinet; Alexander Balanescu: violin; Anne
  Barnard: French horn; Ben Grove: guitar, bass guitar; John Harle: soprano;
  Nick Hayley: rebec, violin; Ian Mitchell: clarinets, bass clarinet; Michael
  Nyman: keyboards; Elisabeth Perry: violin, viola; Steve Saunders: bass 
  trombone, tuba, euphonium; Roderick Skeaping: rebec, violins; Keith 
  Thompson: flutes, piccolo, recorders, saxophones; Doug Wootton: banjo, bass
  guitar; The Choir (1,6); Evan Parker (4): soprano; Peter Brötzmann (4): bass
  clarinet, tenor; Lucie Skeaping (5): vocals.

    1981 - Victor Records (Japan), VIP6798 (LP)
    1982 - Piano Records (UK), Sheet-1 (LP)
    2011 - MN Records (EEC), MNRCD123 (CD)

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074 - THE FAMILY: The Wuppertal Workshop Ensemble

    1/ Improvisation I                          (coll. improvisation)    5:50
    2/ Fantale                                  (Parker)                 9:31
    3/ Bones And Wishes                         (Wachsmann)              6:13
    4/ Improvisation II                         (coll. improvisation)   10:05
    5/ "The Family"                             (Van Hove)              11:35

    Recorded at 8. Wuppertaler Free Jazz Workshop, Wuppertal (Germany) on Sep-
    tember 7, 1980

  Marc Charig: trumpet, alto horn; Paul Rutherford: trombone, euphonium;
  Melvin Poore: tuba; Peter Brötzmann: clarinets, saxes; Evan Parker: soprano,
  tenor; Gianluigi Trovesi: saxes, clarinet, bass clarinet; Phil Wachsmann:
  violin; Fred Van Hove: piano; Peter Kowald: bass; Günter Sommer: drums.

    1982 - FMP (Germany), FMP 0940 (LP)
 
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075 - DETTO FRA DI NOI: Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ Ciclone                                  (coll. improvisation)   15:33
    2/ Fra Di Noi                               (coll. improvisation)   32:16
    3/ Abbondanza                               (coll. improvisation)   12:09

    Recorded at Teatro Verdi, Pisa (Italy) on June 21, 1981

  Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Lovens:
  selected drums and cymbals, voice.

    1982 - Po Torch (Germany), PTR/JWD 10/11 (2xLP)

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076 - STRINGER: London Jazz Composer's Orchestra

    1/ Four Pieces For Orchestra - part 1       (Guy)                   13:10
    2/ Four Pieces For Orchestra - part 2       (Guy)                    6:50
    3/ Four Pieces For Orchestra - part 3       (Guy)                    6:49
    4/ Four Pieces For Orchestra - part 4       (Guy)                   14:25

    Recorded at Maida Vale Studios, London (UK) on March 26, 1980

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Harry Beckett: trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave
  Spence: trumpet, flugelhorn; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Alan Tomlinson: 
  trombone; Paul Nieman: trombone; Melvin Poore: tuba; Trevor Watts: saxes;
  Evan Parker: saxes; Peter Brötzmann: saxes, clarinets; Larry Stabbins: 
  saxes; Tony Coe: saxes, clarinets; Phil Wachsmann: violin; Howard Riley: 
  piano; Barry Guy: bass; Peter Kowald: bass; Tony Oxley: percussion; John 
  Stevens: percussion.

    1983 - FMP (Germany), SAJ 41 (LP)

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077 - INTERGALACTIC BLOW: The Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ Quasar                                   (coll. improvisation)    9:31
    2/ Phase A                                  (coll. improvisation)    8:44
    3/ Phase B                                  (coll. improvisation)    3:54
    4/ Mond Im Skorpion                         (coll. improvisation)   18:41

    Recorded at Studio 105 Radio France, Paris (France) on June 4, 1982

  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Günter Christmann: trom-
  bone; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; George Lewis: trombone, effects; Bob
  Stewart: tuba; Gerd Dudek: soprano, tenor, flute; Evan Parker: soprano,
  tenor; Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky: alto, baritone saxophone, flute; Alex Von
  Schlippenbach: piano; Alan Silva: bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1983 - Japo/Ecm (Germany), 60039 (LP)

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078 - ANTICLOCKWISE: Schlippenbach Quartet

    1/ Ore                                      (coll. improvisation)   19:26
    2/ Anticlockwise                            (coll. improvisation)   17:51

    Recorded at "Quartier Latin", Berlin (Germany) on September 11, 1982

  Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alan Silva:
  bass; Paul Lovens: drums, percussion.

    1983 - FMP (Germany), FMP 1020 (LP)

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079 - ZANZOU: Evan Parker

    1/ Live At Sendai                           (Parker)                23:20

    Recorded at "Jazz & Now", Sendai (Japan) on November 30, 1982
    
    2/ Live In Yokohama                         (Parker)                 9:20

    Recorded at "Ousanbashi Hall", Yokohama (Japan) on December 7, 1982

    3/ Live In Hadano                           (Parker)                13:00

    Recorded at "Strange Fruits", Hadano (Japan) on December 10, 1982

  Evan Parker: soprano (1,2), tenor (3).

    ???? - Jazz & NOW Records (Japan), 1 (LP)
    
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080 - BEEN IN THE STREETS TOO LONG: Annette Peacock

    1/ Safe Inside The Fantasy                  (Peacock)                8:07

    Recorded in London (UK) on March 18, 1983
    Recording commenced 1975, completed 1983

  Annette Peacock: piano, vocals on first part; Evan Parker: tenor.

    1983 - Ironic Records (UK), No 3 (LP)

  Note: Evan Parker does not play on other titles.

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081 - TRACKS: Evan Parker

    1/ Fire                                     (coll. improvisation)    4:57
    2/ Heat                                     (coll. improvisation)   12:22
    3/ Light                                    (coll. improvisation)    5:19
    4/ Sidetrack                                (coll. improvisation)   19:04

    Recorded in London (UK) on January 7, 1983 

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass, live electronics; Paul Lytton:
  percussion, live electronics.

    1983 - Incus (UK), Incus 42 (LP)

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082 - CLIMATE OF HUNTER: Scott Walker

    1/ Rawhide                                  (Walker)                 3:50
    2/ Dealer                                   (Walker)                 5:10
    3/ Track Three - Delayed                    (Walker)                 3:43
    4/ Sleepwalkers Woman                       (Walker)                 4:07
    5/ Track Five - It's A Starving             (Walker)                 3:32
    6/ Track Six - Say It                       (Walker)                 3:08
    7/ Track Seven - Stump Of A Drowner         (Walker)                 3:42
    8/ Blanket Roll Blues                       (K. Hopkins, T. Williams)3:09

    Recorded at the Town House and Sarm West Studios, London from October to
    December 1983

  Scott Walker: vocals; Mo Foster (1-3,5-7): bass; Brian Gascoigne (1,4,6-8):
  keyboards; Peter Van Hooke (1-3,5-7): drums; Mark Isham (1,4,5-8): trumpet;
  Gary Kettel (5,7): percussion; Phil Palmer (3): guitars; Evan Parker (2,6):
  tenor, soprano; Ray Russell (3,7): guitars; Mark Knopfler (8): guitars.

    1984 - Virgin (UK), V 2303 (LP)
    1984 - Virgin (France), 70 245 (LP)
    1984 - Virgin (Germany), 206 118 (LP)
    1996 (?) - Virgin (UK), CDV 2303 (CD)
    2006 - Virgin/EMI (UK), CDVR 2303 (CD)

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083 - THE ERICLE OF DOLPHY

    1/ To Meet A                                (improvisation)         23:36
    2/ To Meet B                                (improvisation)         15:14

    Recorded during the Total Music Meeting at the Quartier Latin, Berlin on
    November 3, 1976

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Dave Holland: bass,
  cello; Paul Lovens: drums, percussion.

    3/ To Stay A (first part)                   (improvisation)         24:12
    4/ To Stay A (continued)                    (improvisation)         16:33
    5/ To Stay B                                (improvisation)          6:03

    Recorded during the Incus 16th Anniversary Festival at the Arts Theatre,
    London on April 27, 1985

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Paul Lovens: drums,
  percussion.

    1985 - Po Torch (Germany), 13/14 (2xLP)

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084 - CHIRPS: Steve Lacy & Evan Parker

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

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

  Steve Lacy: soprano; Evan Parker: soprano.

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

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

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085 - HOOK, DRIFT & SHUFFLE: Evan Parker

    1/ Drift                                    (coll. improvisation)   34:35
    2/ Shuffle                                  (coll. improvisation)   10:01
    3/ Hook                                     (coll. improvisation)    6:14

    Recorded at Palais Des Beaux-Arts, Brussels (Belgium) on February 4, 1983

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; George Lewis: trombone, accessory and modified
  devices; Barry Guy: bass, electr-ampl. bass; Paul Lytton: percussion, ampli-
  fied percussion.

    1985 - Incus (UK), Incus 45 (LP)
    2007 - Psi Recordings (UK), 07.07 (CD)

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086 - EIGHTY-FIVE MINUTES PART 1: Spontaneous Music Ensemble

    1/ Forty Minutes (part 1)                                           19:30
    2/ Forty Minutes (part 2)                                           20:30

    Recorded at ICA Theatre, London on February 3, 1974

  John Stevens: percussion, cornet; Derek Bailey: guitar; Kent Carter: cello,
  double bass; Evan Parker: soprano; Trevor Watts: soprano.

    1986 - Emanem (Australia), Emanem 3401 (LP)
    1997 - Emanem (USA), 4015 (CD)
    2007 - Emanem (UK), 4217 (2xCD)

  Note: the CD reissue (called QUINTESSENCE 1) contains extra material, but 
  without Evan Parker.
  Note: the 2xCD reissue, which contains both volumes, is called QUINTESSENCE.

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087 - EIGHTY-FIVE MINUTES PART 2: Spontaneous Music Ensemble

    1/ Thirty-Five Minutes (part 1)                                     25:40
    2/ Thirty-Five Minutes (part 1)                                      8:50
    3/ Ten Minutes                                                      10:00

    Recorded at ICA Theatre, London on February 3, 1974

  John Stevens: percussion, cornet; Derek Bailey: guitar; Kent Carter: cello,
  double bass; Evan Parker: soprano; Trevor Watts: soprano.

    1986 - Emanem (Australia), Emanem 3402 (LP)
    1997 - Emanem (USA), 4016 (CD)
    2007 - Emanem (UK), 4217 (2xCD)

  Note: the CD reissue (called QUINTESSENCE 2) contains extra material, but 
  without Evan Parker.
  Note: the 2xCD reissue, which contains both volumes, is called QUINTESSENCE.

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088 - THE SNAKE DECIDES: Evan Parker

    1/ The Snake Decides                        (Parker)                19:56
    2/ Leipzig Folly                            (Parker)                11:42
    3/ Buriden's Ass                            (Parker)                 6:29
    4/ Haine's Last Tape                        (Parker)                 6:02

    Recorded at St. Paul's, Oxford (UK) on January 30, 1986

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1986 - Incus (UK), Incus 49 (LP)
    2003 - Psi Recordings (UK), 03.06 (CD)
    2015 (?) - Psi Recordings (UK), 03.06 (CD)

  Note: the 2015 reissue has not been released yet.

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089 - COMPATIBLES: Derek Bailey, Evan Parker

    1/ Incus: The Bones Of Contention                                   26:49
    2/ Vein Forms: Peter Riley                                           7:50
    3/ In Memoriam: Laurent Goddet                                       5:15
    4/ NYC: E&K                                                          5:26

    Recorded at Incus Festival, Arts Theatre and Bethnal Green Music Library,
    London on April 22 and July 27, 1985

  Derek Bailey: guitar; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor.

    1986 - Incus (UK), Incus 50 (LP)

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090 - TRIOS: Company

    1/ TRIO - One                                                       13:27
    2/ TRIO - Two                                                       14:39
    3/ TRIO - Three                                                      2:02
    4/ TRIO - Four                                                       9:00
    5/ TRIO - Five                                                       5:20
    6/ TRIO - Minus One                                                  7:50
    7/ TRIO - Trio                                                      11:03

    Recorded during Company Week 1983 at the I.C.A. London (UK) on May 24-28,
    1983

  Vinko Globokar (1,4,7): trombone, voice, flute; Joëlle Léandre (1,2,5): 
  bass, voice; Hugh Davies (1,5,7): live electronics; J.D. Parran (2,4,7): 
  basset horn, piccolo; Peter Brötzmann (7): tenor, baritone saxophone; Jamie 
  Muir (4,7): percussion; Ernst Reyseger (3,6,7): cello, electric cello; Evan 
  Parker (3,5,7): tenor, soprano; Jon Corbett (7): trumpet, flugelhorn; Derek
  Bailey (2,3,6,7): guitar, electric guitar.

    1986 - Incus (UK), Incus 51 (LP)

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091 - TAI KYOKU: Evan Parker, Barry Guy

    1/ Tai Kyoku I                                                      22:59
    2/ Tai Kyoku II                                                     19:01
    3/ Tai Kyoku III                                                     6:56

    Recorded at Hiroshima and at Tokyo Meguro Fukushi Center, Tokyo (Japan) on
    November 9 and 21, 1985

  Evan Parker: soprano; Barry Guy: bass.

    ???? - Jazz & NOW, 3 (LP)

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092 - LIVE FULHAM TOWN HALL: The Charlie Watts Orchestra

    1/ Stomping At The Savoy    (B. Goodman, C. Webbs, E. Sampsom)       4:47
    2/ Lester Leaps In          (L. Young)                              11:33
    3/ Moonglow                 (W. Hudson, E. DeLange, I. Mills)        6:17
    4/ Robbins Nest             (C. Thompson, I. Jacquet)               10:11
    5/ Scrapple From The Apple  (C. Parker)                              3:42
    6/ Flying Home              (L. Hampton, B. Goodman, S. Robin)       7:48

    Recorded live at Fulham Town Hall on March 23, 1986

  Charlie Watts: percussion; John Stevens: percussion; Bill Eyden: percussion;
  Stan Tracey: piano; Jim Lawless: vibes; Bill Lesage: vibes; Ron Mathewson:
  bass; Dave Green: bass; Jack Bruce: cello; Colin Smith: trumpet; John 
  Huckeridge: trumpet; Steve Sidwell: trumpet; Harry Beckett: trumpet; Ted
  Emmett: trumpet; Jimmy Deuchar: trumpet; Dave Defries: trumpet; Paul  
  Rutherford: trombone; Annie Whitehead: trombone; Chris Pyne: trombone; John
  Picard: trombone; Don Weller: tenor; Evan Parker: tenor; Alan Skidmore: te-
  nor; Bobby Wellins: tenor; Danny Moss: tenor; Courtney Pine: tenor; Peter 
  King: alto; Ray Warleigh: alto; Willie Garnett: alto; Gail Thompson: bari-
  tone saxophone; Olaf Vass: clarinet, flute.

    1986 - CBS (UK), CBS 450253 1 (LP)
    1986 - Columbia (USA), FC40570 (LP)
    1986 - CBS (Japan), 28AP 3284 (LP)
    1986 - CBS Sony (Japan), 32DP585 (CD) 

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093 - FORWARD OF SHORT LEG: Jon Rose

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

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

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

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

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

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094 - LYRICS BY JOHN HUSCROFT: Andy Bruns, John Huscroft

    1/ Blue Reflections
    2/ Two Undercovers Appealed
    3/ Innocence Touched
    4/ Tale Of Three
    5/ Sunlit Soaring Sierras
    6/ St Catherine's
    7/ Days Of Ribe
    8/ Duck Island
    9/ Blue Reflections

    Recorded in 1980

  Andy Bruns: recitation; John Huscroft: recitation; Evan Parker: soprano.

    1987 (?) - JH EP3 (7")

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095 - FREEBOP: LIVE TRACKS

    1/ Harmo'nica (For Thelonius Monk)                  (Stevens)               
    2/ Float Indigo (For Ornette Coleman/Paul Bley)     (Stevens)
    3/ Nuts (For Kenny Clarke)                          (Stevens)

    Recorded live at the Bracknell Jazz Festival, Saturday 5th July, 1986

  Bobby Bradford: cornet; Ted Emmett: trumpet; Ron Herman: bass; Pete King:
  reeds; Dave Marchant: guitar; Nigel Moyse: guitar; Eddie Parker: flute; Evan
  Parker: tenor; Courtney Pine: soprano, tenor; Nick Stephens: bass; Annie
  Whitehead: trombone; John Stevens: drums.

    1988 - Impetus Records (UK), IMP 18610 (LP)

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096 - ALMS/TIERGARTEN (SPREE): Cecil Taylor European Orchestra

    1/ Involution/Evolution                     (Taylor)                58:51
    2/ Weight - Breath - Sounding Trees         (Taylor)                63:48

    Recorded live during "Improvised Music II/88" on July 2, 1988 by Eberhard
    Bingel & Jost Gebers at the "Kongresshalle", Berlin (Germany)
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Enrico Rava: trumpet, flugelhorn; Tomasz Stanko: trumpet; Peter Van Bergen:
  tenor; Peter Brötzmann: alto, tenor, tarogato; Hans Koch: soprano, tenor,
  bass clarinet; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Louis Sclavis: soprano, clari-
  net, bass clarinet; Hannes Bauer: trombone; Christian Radovan: trombone;
  Wolter Wierbos: trombone; Martin Mayes: French horn; Gunter Hampel: vibra-
  phone; Cecil Taylor: piano; Tristan Honsinger: cello; Peter Kowald: double
  bass; William Parker: double bass; Han Bennink: drums.

    1988 (?) - FMP (Germany), no catalog number (11xCD)
    1988 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 8/9 (2xCD)

  Note: the 11xCD box is called CECIL TAYLOR IN BERLIN '88 and contains the
  FMP CDs with the catalog numbers 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8/9, 11, 16, and 18.

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097 - ZURICH CONCERTS: The London Jazz Composers Orchestra

    1/ Polyhymnia                               (Guy)                   37:30

    Recorded November 11, 1987, Rote Fabrik Zürich, Switzerland.

  Barry Guy: bass/director; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Marc Charig: cornet; Jon
  Corbett: trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Radu Malfatti: trombone; Alan
  Tomlinson: trombone; Steve Wick: tuba; Trevor Watts: reeds; Evan Parker:
  reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Pete McPhail: reeds; Paul Dunmall: reeds; Phil
  Wachsmann: violin; Howard Riley: piano; Barre Phillips: bass; Paul Lytton:
  drums.

    2/ Composition 135 (+41,63,96)              (Braxton)               57:13
       Composition 136 (+96)                                          
       Composition 108B (+86,96)
       Composition 134 (+96)  

    Recorded at the Taktlos-Festival, March 27, 1988, Rote Fabrik Zürich, 
    Switzerland.

  Anthony Braxton: director; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Marc Charig: cornet; Jon
  Corbett: trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Radu Malfatti: trombone; Alan
  Tomlinson: trombone; Steve Wick: tuba; Trevor Watts: reeds; Evan Parker:
  reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Pete McPhail: reeds; Paul Dunmall: reeds; Phil
  Wachsmann: violin; Howard Riley: piano; Barry Guy: bass; Dave Holland:
  bass; Paul Lytton: drums; Tony Oxley: drums.

    1988 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt 4/5 (2xLP)
    1995 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt CD 005 (2xCD)

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098 - ENSEMBLE (VICTORIAVILLE): Anthony Braxton

    1/ Composition No 141 (+20+96+120D) Part I                          21:23
    2/ Composition No 141 (+20+96+120D) Part II                         11:34
    3/ Composition No 142                                                8:22

    Recorded live during the 6th Festival Internationale de Musique Actuelle 
    in Victoriaville, October 8, 1988.

  Anthony Braxton: alto, soprano, sopranino; Evan Parker: tenor; Bobby 
  Naughton;: vibraphone; Joëlle Léandre: bass; Gerry Hemingway: percussion; 
  Paul Smoker: trumpet; George Lewis: trombone.

    1988 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), Victo 07 (LP)
    1988 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), Victo 7 (CD)

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099 - HAMSTER ATTACK: Jean-François Pauvros

    2/ Mind The Gap                             (Cat, Day)               4:55
    7/ 3DVision Game                            (Pauvros, Cat)           3:39
    10/ Soft Doors Close                        (Pauvros, Parker)        5:29

    Recorded "en l'an - 12", at the Chocolate Factory Studio

  Jean-François Pauvros: guitar, piano, Reita; Mary Genis (2): vocals; Evan 
  Parker: tenor, soprano; Terry Day (2): vocals; Alfred Cat (2,7): scratch, 
  timbal, rumbling piano; Sheridan Tongue (2): piano; Sabu Bhugobaun (2): 
  bass, guitar; Julian Fenton (2): drums; Stan Sulzmann (7): flute; Martin 
  Lawrence (7): horn; Julian Fenton (7): drums.

    1988 - Nato (France), Nato 1544 (LP)
    1988 - Nato (France), Nato 1544 (CD)

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100 - HWAN KANG TAE/EVAN PARKER

    ?/ Duo								15:09

    Recorded in Korea on September 14, 1988

  Hwan Kang Tae; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano.

    ???? - Moesys (Korea), YPDL8004 (LP)

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101 - COLLECTED SOLOS: Evan Parker

  This box contains four LPs of soprano saxophone improvisations: "Saxophone
  Solos" Analogue recordings from 1975. "Monoceros" Recorded direct cut in
  1978. "Six Of One" Analogue recordings from 1980. "The Snake Decides" Digi-
  tally recorded in 1986. A real-time duplicated cassette of related previous-
  ly un-released material, with notes by Evan Parker and Paul Haines. The edi-
  tion is strictly limited to 200 copies, numbered 1-200 and signed.

  Content of the tape:

    1/ Aerobatics 5                             (Parker)				
    2/ Aerobatics 6                             (Parker)
    3/ Aerobatics 7                             (Parker)
    4/ Aerobatics 8                             (Parker)
    5/ Aerobatics 9                             (Parker)
    6/ Aerobatics 10                            (Parker)
    7/ Aerobatics 11                            (Parker)
    8/ Aerobatics 12                            (Parker)
    9/ Aerobatics 13                            (Parker)
    10/ Aerobatics 14                           (Parker)

    Recorded at FMP Studio, Berlin on September 9, 1975

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1989 (?) - ??? (4xLP+CT)

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102 - THE HEARTH: Cecil Taylor with Tristan Honsinger & Evan Parker

    1/ The Hearth                               (CT, TH, EP)            61:31

    Recorded live during "Improvised Music II/88" on June 30, 1988 by 
    Eberhard Bingel & Gost Jebers at the "Kongresshalle", Berlin (Germany)
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Cecil Taylor: piano; Tristan Honsinger: cello; Evan Parker: tenor.

    1988 (?) - FMP (Germany), no catalog number (11xCD)
    1989 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 11 (CD)

  Note: the 11xCD box is called CECIL TAYLOR IN BERLIN '88 and contains the
  FMP CDs with the catalog numbers 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8/9, 11, 16, and 18.

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103 - HARMOS: The London Jazz Composers' Orchestra

    1/ Harmos                                   (Guy)                   43:48

    Recorded April 4 and 5 1989 at Radio Studio DRS Zürich, Switzerland, by
    Peter Pfister

  Barry Guy: bass, director; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Marc Charig: cornet; Jon
  Corbett: trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Radu Malfatti: trombone; Alan
  Tomlinson: trombone; Steve Wick: tuba; Trevor Watts: reeds; Evan Parker:
  reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Pete McPhail: reeds; Paul Dunmall: reeds; Phil
  Wachsmann: violin; Howard Riley: piano; Barre Phillips: bass; Paul Lytton:
  drums.

    1989 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt CD 013 (CD)

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104 - DUETS, DITHYRAMBISCH: Fuchs, Koch, Parker, Sclavis

  Disc 1:
    1/ Pace Lace                                                        22:33
    2/ Strong Weather (Wrongly) 1                                       13:10
    3/ Strong Weather (Wrongly) 2                                        4:49
    4/ Strong Weather (Wrongly) 3                                        5:51
    5/ Ducking And Diving                                               17:12
    6/ Together In One                                                  10:03
  Disc 2:
    7/ Helmholz                                                         14:43
    8/ Birds Of Prey                                                    13:10
    9/ Schwalbe                                                         16:13
    10/ Verdoppelter Effekt                                              9:26
    11/ Trane And The Rive Gauche                                        5:47
    12/ Dithyrambisch Fur Markus Lupertz                                11:47

    Recorded during the Summermusic Concert Series in Berlin on July 14-16,
    1989

  Wolfgang Fuchs (5-7,9,10): sopranino, bass clarinet, contra bass clarinet;
  Hans Koch (2-4,6,8,12): soprano, tenor, bass clarinet; Evan Parker (1,5,8,
  10-12): soprano, tenor; Louis Sclavis (1-4,7,9,11): soprano, clarinet, bass
  clarinet.

    1989 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 19/20 (2xCD)

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105 - SUPERSESSION

    1/ Supersession                             (EP, KR, BG, EP)        36:40

    Recorded in London (UK) on September 3, 1984

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Keith Rowe: guitar, electronics; Barry Guy: 
  bass, electronics; Eddie Prévost: percussion.

    1990 - Matchless (UK), MR17 (CD)

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106 - ATLANTA: Evan Parker

    1/ Atlanta                                                          24:19
    2/ Two In One                                                        9:03
    3/ The Snake As Road Sigh (for Elias Canetti)                       17:05
    4/ Geometry                                                         20:47

    Recorded in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) in December 1986

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: drums, percus-
  sion.

    1990 - Impetus Records (UK), IMP LP 18617 (LP)
    1990 - Impetus Records (UK), IMP CD 18617 (CD)

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107 - DOUBLE TROUBLE: The London Jazz Composers' Orchestra

    1/ Double Trouble                                                   46:30

    Recorded at Radio Studio DRS Zürich, Switzerland on April 5 and 6, 1989

  Barry Guy: bass, director; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Marc Charig: cornet; Jon
  Corbett: trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Radu Malfatti: trombone; Alan
  Tomlinson: trombone; Steve Wick: tuba; Trevor Watts: reeds; Evan Parker:
  reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Peter McPhail: reeds; Paul Dunmall: reeds; Phil
  Wachsmann: violin; Howard Riley: piano; Barre Phillips: bass; Paul Lytton:
  drums.

    1990 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt 019 (CD)

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108 - MUSIC FOR LARGE & SMALL ENSEMBLES: Kenny Wheeler

    1/ Part I - Opening                         (Wheeler)                2:19
    2/ Part II - For H.                         (Wheeler)
       Part III - For Jan                       (Wheeler)               10:07
    3/ Part IV - For P.A.                       (Wheeler)                9:26
    4/ Part V - Know Where You Are              (Wheeler)                5:36
    5/ Part VI - Consolation                    (Wheeler)                9:17
    6/ Part VII - Freddy C                      (Wheeler)
       Part VIII - Closing                      (Wheeler)               12:53
    7/ Sophie                                   (Wheeler)                8:47
    8/ Sea Lady                                 (Wheeler)                8:29
    9/ Gentle Piece                             (Wheeler)                8:42
    10/ Trio                                    (Wheeler)                3:56
    11/ Duet I                                  (Wheeler)                2:37
    12/ Duet II                                 (Wheeler)                2:20
    13/ Duet III                                (Wheeler)                3:01
    14/ Trio                                    (Wheeler)                5:40
    15/ By Myself                               (Wheeler)               10:32

    Recorded at CTS Studio, London & Rainbow Studio, Oslo in January 1990

  Kenny Wheeler: flugelhorn, trumpet; John Abercrombie: guitar; John Taylor:
  piano; Dave Holland: bass; Peter Erskine: drums; Norma Winstone: vocal;
  Derek Watkins: trumpet; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Alan Downey: trumpet; Ian
  Hamer: trumpet; Dave Horler: trombone; Chris Pyne: trombone; Paul 
  Rutherford: trombone; Hugh Fraser: trombone; Ray Warleigh: saxes; Duncan
  Lamont: saxes; Evan Parker: saxes; Julian Argüelles: saxes; Stan Sulzman:
  tenor, flute.

    1990 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1415/16 843 152-1 (2xLP)
    1990 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1415/16 843 152-2 (2xCD)

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109 - HALL OF MIRRORS: Evan Parker, Walter Prati

    1/ Hall Of Mirrors                          (Parker, Prati)         12:44
    2/ Double Negative                          (Parker, Prati)          5:49
    3/ Zeugma                                   (Parker, Prati)          3:12
    4/ Vice                                     (Parker, Prati)         13:33
    5/ Senco-turno                              (Parker, Prati)          7:50
    6/ Event Horizon                            (Parker, Prati)         10:56
    7/ The Port Said Model (for Conrad Cork)    (Parker, Prati)          4:07
    8/ Inula                                    (Parker, Prati)          6:04

    Recorded in Milan, Italy in February 1990

  Evan Parker: sax (1-6,8), voice (7); Walter Prati: Midimic (1,3,5,6), Korg
  M1 (1,3,5,6), TC 2990 (1,2,5-8), Yamaha SPX 1000 (1,3,4,6-8).

    1990 - MM&T, CD01 (CD)

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110 - UNLIKE - Mario Schiano

     Trend
     5/ First Excerpt                                                    6:44
     6/ Second Excerpt                                                  13:04

     Recorded at Colosseo Theater-Beat 72, Rome on March 29, 1990

  Mario Schiano: alto; Evan Parker: tenor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; 
  Joëlle Léandre: bass; Paul Lytton: drums.

     1990 - Splasc(h) (Italy), CD H 309-2 (CD)

  Note: Evan Parker does not play on the other tracks.
 
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111 - DAS HOHE LIED: Schlippenbach Quartet

    1/ Let This Mouth Shower Kisses On You                              43:59
    2/ Blow On My Garden And Press Out The Spices                       21:10
    3/ Who Can This Be Advancing From The Desert?                       23:41

    Recorded at the Quartier Latin, Berlin on November 6 and 8, 1981

  Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alan Silva:
  bass; Paul Lovens: drums and cymbals, singende sage, zither.

    1991 - Po Torch (Germany), 16/17 (2xLP)

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112 - DUOS: EUROPA - AMERICA - JAPAN: Peter Kowald

  This record features Peter Kowald in duos with Joëlle Léandre, Seizan 
  Matsuda, Evan Parker, Diamanda Galas, Conrad Bauer, Tom Cora, Andrew 
  Cyrille, Irène Schweizer, Akira Sakata, Masahiko Kono, Peter Brötzmann, 
  Tadao Sawai, Derek Bailey, Floros Floridis, Han Bennink, Jeanne Lee, Keiki
  Midorikawa, Junko Handa, Danny David.

    3/ Straight Angles Suite                    (Parker, Kowald)         3:19

    Recorded in Berlin on August 16, 1987

  Peter Kowald: bass; Evan Parker: soprano.

    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 21 (CD)

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113 - ELF BAGATELLEN: Schlippenbach Trio 

    1/ Aries                                    (Schlippenbach)          2:17
    2/ Beelzebub's Tales: Revised               (EP, AVS, PL)            2:27
    3/ The Forge: Rebellowed                    (EP, AVS, PL)           12:54
    4/ Analogue: Scaled                         (EP, AVS, PL)            9:48
    5/ Resurrection Of Yarak                    (EP, AVS, PL)            8:25
    6/ K. K. Maximus                            (Parker)                 2:47
    7/ Yarak: Reforged                          (EP, AVS, PL)            9:39
    8/ Elster-Werda Nocturno                    (EP, AVS, PL)            2:25
    9/ Sun-Luck: Revisited                      (EP, AVS, PL)           16:32
    10/ Bovist                                  (EP, AVS, PL)            2:46
    11/ Fux                                     (Schlippenbach)          1:32

    Recorded at the FMP-Studio, Berlin on May 27, 1990

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul 
  Lovens: selected drums and cymbals.

    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 27 (CD)

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114 - AFTER THE REQUIEM: Gavin Bryars

    3/ Alaric I or II                           (Bryars)                15:04

    Recorded in September 1990

  Evan Parker: soprano; Stan Sulzmann: soprano; Ray Warleigh: alto; Julian
  Argüelles: baritone saxophone.

    1991 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1424 (LP)
    1991 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1424 CD 847 537-2 (CD)

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115 - LIVE: Elsie Jo

    1/ Megalops Presents ...                                            43:56
    2/ Ta'ay (now)                                                      10:21
    3/ Spiral Arrival                                                   21:48

    Recorded in London in March 1991

  Barry Guy: bass; Barre Phillips: bass; Irène Schweizer: piano; Evan Parker: 
  soprano, tenor; Konrad Bauer: trombone; Paul Lytton: percussion.

    1991 - Maya (UK), MCD 9201 (CD)

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116 - PROCESS AND REALITY: Evan Parker

    A - Process And Reality                     (Parker)                65:20
      1/ Mothon                                                          4:40
      2/ Borlung                                                         8:30
      3/ Broken Wing                                                     7:50
      4/ Fast Falls (for Mongezi Feza)                                   8:29
      5/ Paros Gemutato                                                  4:08
      6/ Amanita                                                         4:47
      7/ Aka                                                             2:38
      8/ G.I.K.H.                                                        3:10
      9/ Bubble Chamber (for Colon Nancarrow)                            3:58
      10/ Muzzle                                                         4:13
      11/ Diary Of A Mnemonist (for Liz Fritsch)                         3:07
      12/ Banda (O.D.J.B.)                                               2:16
      13/ Pfingstsonntag                                                 2:18
      14/ Blindflight                                                    2:21
      15/ And I Will Sing Of This Second Kingdom                         2:54
    B - Lapidary                                (Parker)                 3:26
      16/ Improvisation on "The Cryptosphere" by Steve Lacy

    Recorded at the FMP Studio, Berlin on May 18-19, 1991

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1991 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 37 (CD)

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117 - I WILL CURE YOU: Vic Reeves

    ?/ Big Night Out
    ?/ Remember Punk Rock
    ?/ Oh My Songwriter
    ?/ Sing Hi The New Romantic

    Recorded in Island in August 1991

  Evan Delvin Parker: soprano, tenor; Steve Beresford: piano; Harry Beckett:
  trumpet; Tony Coe: tenor; Han Bennink: drums.
  
    ???? - Sigh, 1-11 (LP)

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118 - LIVE IN BOLZANO: Borah Bergman and Evan Parker

  1/ no title                                                           15:51
  2/ no title                                                           20:18
  3/ no title                                                            9:55
  4/ no title                                                           10:11

    No recording date given (1991?)

  Borah Bergman: piano; Evan Parker: soprano and tenor saxophones.

    ???? - No label, JACL109 (CT)

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119 - DUOS EUROPA: Peter Kowald

  This record features Peter Kowald in duos with Floris Floridis, Derek 
  Bailey, Peter Brötzmann, Marilyn Mazur, Joëlle Léandre, Evan Parker, Irène
  Schweizer, Han Bennink, Conrad Bauer, Fred Frith.

    1/ Straight Ahead                           (Parker, Kowald)         4:45
	
    Recorded in Berlin on August 16, 1987

  Evan Parker: soprano; Peter Kowald: bass.

    1992 - FMP (Germany), FMP 1260 (LP) 

  Note: most of these takes are different from the ones 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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120 - THEORIA: The London Jazz Composers Orchestra

  Theoria                                  	(Barry Guy)
    1/ Section Nr. 1							12:13
    2/ Section Nr. 2							 7:49
    3/ Section Nr. 3							 7:21
    4/ Section Nr. 4							13:27
    5/ Section Nr. 5							17:01

    Recorded at Radio Studio Zürich in February 1991
    Produced by Intakt Records

  Barry Guy: bass, director; Irène Schweizer: piano; Henry Lowther: trumpet; 
  Marc Charig: cornet; Jon Corbett: trumpet; Conrad Bauer: trombone; Radu 
  Malfatti: trombone; Alan Tomlinson: trombone; Steve Wick: tuba; Trevor 
  Watts: reeds; Evan Parker: reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Pete McPhail: reeds; 
  Paul Dunmall: reeds; Phil Wachsmann: violin; Barre Phillips: bass; Paul 
  Lytton: drums.

    1992 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt 24 (CD)

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121 - INNOCENCE: Joe Gallivan

    1/ Materialism                              (Gallivan)              11:42
    2/ Voices of Ancient Children               (Gallivan)              18:04
    3/ IMA                                      (Gallivan)              13:58
    4/ Marcio's Maze                            (Gallivan)              14:53

    Recorded at The Premises, London on August 1 & 2, 1991

  Joe Gallivan: drums and percussion; Marcio Mattos: bass; Elton Dean: alto, 
  saxello; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Neil Metcalf: flute; Guy Barker: 
  trumpet; Gerard Presencer: trumpet; Claude Deppa: trumpet; Jim Dvorak: 
  trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Ashley Slater: bass trombone.

    1992 - Cadence (USA), CJR 1051 (CD)

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122 - SAXOPHONE PHENOMENON 

    7/ Sonf (for Mr. Patak)                                              6:47

    Recorded in Evan's Kitchen on February 6 1992

  Lol Coxhill; George Haslam; Elton Dean; Paul Dunmall; Chris Biscoe; Evan
  Parker; etc. 

    1992 - Slam (UK), Slam 401 (CD) 

  Note: Evan Parker plays on (7) only.

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123 - VOL POUR SIDNEY (ALLER): various artists

  This record, dedicated to Sidney Bechet, features Lol Coxhill and Pat 
  Thomas, British Summer Time Ends, Elvin Jones and Michel Doneda, Taj Mahal, 
  The Lonely Bears, Steve Beresford, Charlie Watts, Pepsi & The Blue Spiders, 
  Lee Konitz, Urszula Dudziak.

  Evan Parker plays on two tracks with Charlie Watts:

    8/ Blues In The Cave                                                 5:20
    9/ Laughing In Rhythm                                                1:56

  Charlie Watts: drums, voice on (9); Evan Parker: soprano; Lol Coxhill: 
  soprano, voice and text on (9); Brian Lemon: piano; Dave Green: bass, voice
  on (9).

    1992 - Nato (France), Nato 53001.2 (CD)
    1992 - Nato (France), Nato 53001.4 (CT)
    1998 - Nato (France), 777 706 (CD)

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124 - SPIRITS REJOICE: The Dedication Orchestra
 
    1/ Traumatic Experience                     (Miller)                 4:15
    2/ Ithi Gqi                                 (Dyani)                 11:18
    3/ B My Dear                                (Pukwana)                7:44
    4/ Dancing Damon                            (Miller)                 4:09
    5/ Hug Pine                                 (Pukwana)                8:17
    6/ Andromeda                                (McGregor)               9:17
    7/ Manje                                    (McGregor)               5:02
    8/ Sonja                                    (Feza)                   7:41
    9/ Introduction to You ain't gonna know me                           3:55
    10/ You Ain't Gonna Know Me 'Cause
	     You Think You Know Me              (Feza)                   6:13
    11/ Woza                                    (Moholo)                 5:37
 
    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on January 2 and 3, 1992

  Phil Minton: voice; Maggie Nicols: voice; Julie Tippetts: voice; Guy Barker:
  trumpet; Harry Beckett: trumpet; Claude Deppa: trumpet, voice on (11); Jim 
  Dvorak: trumpet and penny-whistle on "Sonja"; Kenny Wheeler (5,6,10): trum-
  pet; Django Bates: E-flat peckhorn; Dave Amis: trombone; Malcolm Grifiths: 
  trombone; Radu Malfatti: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Dave Powell:
  tuba; Neil Metcalfe: flute; Lol Coxhill: soprano, tenor (7,11); Ray Warleigh
  (5): alto, flute; Elton Dean: alto; Evan Parker: tenor; Alan Skidmore: te-
  nor; Chris Biscoe: baritone saxophone; Keith Tippett: piano; Paul Rogers: 
  bass; Louis Moholo: drums, voice (5,11).
 
    1992 - Ogun (UK), OGCD 101 (CD)
 
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125 - 20TH ANNIVERSARY: Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ 20th Anniversary                         (Schlippenbach)         66:41

    Recorded live during the Jazzfest at the Philharmonic Hall, Berlin on 
    November 4, 1986

  Toshinoro Kondo: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Gerd Dudek: 
  soprano, tenor, flute; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky: 
  clarinet, alto, flute; Günter Christmann: trombone; George Lewis: trombone; 
  Albert Mangelsdorf: trombone; Bob Stewart: tuba; Alexander von 
  Schlippenbach: piano; Alan Silva: bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1993 - FMP (Germany), FMP 45 (CD)

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126 - PHYSICS: Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ The Coefficient Of Physical Expansion                            44:22
    2/ Das Drehmoment                                                   29:39

    Recorded during the Workshop Freie Musik at the Akademie der Künste, 
    Berlin on June 16, 1991

  Evan Parker: soprano and tenor saxophones; Alexander von Schlippenbach: 
  piano; Paul Lovens: selected drums and cymbals.

    1993 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 50 (CD)

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127 - CONIC SECTIONS: Evan Parker

    1/ Conic Section 1                                                  17:20
    2/ Conic Section 2                                                  11:10
    3/ Conic Section 3                                                  25:10
    4/ Conic Section 4                                                   9:10
    5/ Conic Section 5                                                   7:40

    Recorded at Holywell Music Room, Oxford (UK) on June 21, 1989

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1993 - AhUm (UK), 015 (CD)
    2008 - Psi Recordings (UK), 08.01 (CD)

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128 - DARN IT! Paul Haines

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

    2/ Curtsy                                   (Haines, Wyatt)

    Recorded at Musicworks Studio, London in August 1986
    
  Robert Wyatt: voice, keyboards, percussion; Evan Parker: soprano.
    
    3/ What This Was Going To Suppose To Mean   (Haines, Parker)                              
    18/ What This Was Going To Suppose To Mean  (Haines, Parker)

    Recorded at North London Street, London in August 1986

  Evan Parker: soprano; Carmen Lundy: voice.

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

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129 - AMERICAN CLAVÉ: various artists

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

  Gold Disc (1020):
    13/ Curtsy                                  (Haines, Wyatt)

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

  See DARN IT! (1993) for further references.

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130 - DUO (LONDON) 1993: Anthony Braxton, Evan Parker

    1/ ParkBrax #1                                                      14:26
    2/ BraxPark #2                                                       6:24
    3/ ParkBrax #3                                                       7:09
    4/ BraxPark #4                                                       9:36
    5/ ParkBrax #5                                                       9:59

    Recorded live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London on May 23, 1993

  Evan Parker: soprano and tenor saxophones; Anthony Braxton: reeds.

    1993 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 193 (CD)

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131 - CORNER TO CORNER: Evan Parker, John Stevens

    1/ Corner To Corner                                                 15:01
    2/ Rubber                                                            9:20
    3/ Angles                                                           10:15
    4/ Incidence                                                         3:47
    5/ Reflection                                                        4:35
    6/ Acute                                                             5:23
    7/ Each Other                                                       12:10

    Recorded on June 8, 1993

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; John Stevens: drums.

    1993 - Ogun (UK), 005 (CD)
    2007 - Ogun (UK), 022/023 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue also contains THE LONGEST NIGHT - VOL. 1 (1977) and
  THE LONGEST NIGHT - VOL. 2 (1978).

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132 - NUX ERAT: Bruno Tommaso, Vittorino Curci

    1/ La Tempesta							 5:03
    2/ I Tre Magi							 3:48
    3/ Nux Erat								 2:55
    4/ Macchine, Giocattoli E Travestimenti				 2:48
    5/ Intermezzo Sinfonico E Danza					10:50
    6/ Trio								 2:51
    7/ Quando Arthur Passo' Da Noci					 3:21
    8/ Finta Sinfonia 							 1:36
    9/ Epilogo								 8:10

    Recorded in Noci, Italy on June 27, 1993

  Evan Parker: soprano; Pino Minafra: trumpet, flugelhorn, didjeridoo; 
  Vittorino Curci: vocals, texts; Bruno Tommaso: composition, arrangements, 
  direction; Orchestra Utopia of Zetema Association.
  
    ???? - CMC (Italy), 9934-2 (CD)

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133 - MY COLLECTION TURNS YOU ON: various artists

  This record features West/Bruce/Lang (1), Johnny Winter (2), Tommy Bolin
  (3), Muddy Waters (4), Ronnie Wood (5), Big Brother & The Holding Company
  (6), John Hammond (7), Mountain (8), Mick Taylor (9), Charlie Watts (10),
  Soft Machine (11), Robert Wyatt (12).

    10/ Stompin' At The Savoy                   (Charlie Watts)          4:55

    1993 - Sony (France), SAMPCD 1733 (CD)

  See LIVE FULHAM TOWN HALL (1986) for further references on (10).

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134 - BY THE WAY: Mike Gibbs Orchestra

    1/ Beauteous Being                          (Gibbs)                  8:18
    2/ Blueprint                                (Gibbs)                  7:22
    3/ To Lady Mac: In Sympathy                 (Gibbs)                  3:11
    4/ Something Similar                        (Gibbs)                  5:27
    5/ World Without                            (Gibbs)                  7:34
    6/ The Rain Before It Falls                 (Gibbs)                  5:57
    7/ Jeunesse                                 (Gibbs)                  1:11
    8/ Roses Are Red                            (Gibbs)                  6:28
    9/ Turn Of The Century                      (Gibbs)                  5:23
    10/ Out Of The Question                     (Gibbs)                  4:45
    11/ Just A Head/Fanfare                     (Gibbs)                  8:50

    Recorded at Angel Studios, London on April 30, May 1, and August 4, 1993
    Produced by Nick Purnell

  Mike Gibbs: conductor; Julian Argüelles: saxophones, flute; Iain Dixon: sa-
  xophones, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute; Iain Ballamy: saxophones; Charlie
  Mariano: alto; Evan Parker: tenor; John Barclay: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: 
  trumpet; Richard Iles: trumpet; Steve Sidwell: trumpet; Pete Beachill: trom-
  bone; David Stewart: bass trombone; Oren Marshall: tuba; John Rooke: French
  horn; Jim Rattigan: French horn; Cormac O hAodain: French horn; Andrew 
  Clark: French horn; Mike Walker: guitar; John Parracelli: guitar; John 
  Taylor: piano; Nikki Iles: piano; Steve Swallow: bass; Bob Moses: drums;
  John Marshall: drums; Simone Haggiag: percussion.

    1994 - AHUM (UK), AHUM 016 (CD)

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135 - THE FIRE TALE: Borah Bergman with Evan Parker

    1/ The Fire Tale                            (Bergman, Parker)       19:39
    2/ Red Shadows                              (Bergman)               15:19
    3/ Ascent Through The Vortex                (Bergman, Parker)       17:38
    4/ Helixian Steps                           (Bergman, Parker)        4:14

    Recorded in New York City on March 18-20, 1990

  Borah Bergman: piano; Evan Parker: soprano.

    1994 - Soul Note (Italy), 121252-2 (CD)

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136 - THE MORLOCKS AND OTHER PIECES: The Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra
  conducted by Aki Takase and Alexander von Schlippenbach

    1/ Any Piece, But A's Piece (1993)          (von Schlippenbach)     10:28
    2/ Contrareflection (1989)                  (von Schlippenbach)      7:06
    3/ Rigaudon Nr.2 Aus Der Wasserstoffmusik (1987)
						(von Schlippenbach)     12:03
    4/ Marcia Di Saturno (1984)                 (von Schlippenbach)     12:54
    5/ The Morlocks (1993)                      (von Schlippenbach)     16:00
    6/ Jackhammer (1983)                        (von Schlippenbach)     10:32

    Recorded at RIAS Berlin, Studio 10 on July 10-11, 1993

  The Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra conducted by Aki Takase and Alexander
  von Schlippenbach; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Thomas Heberer: trumpet; Axel 
  Dörner: trumpet; Tilman Denhard: flute, piccolo, tenor; Darcy Hepner: alto;
  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Walter Gauchel: tenor; Claas Willecke: flute,
  bass saxophone; Jörg Huke: trombone; Marc Boukouya: trombone; Sören Fischer:
  trombone; Utz Zimmermann: bass trombone; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano,
  conductor; Aki Takase: piano, conductor; Nobuyoshi Ino: bass; Paul Lovens:
  drums, percussion.

    1994 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 61 (CD)

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137 - IMAGINARY VALUES: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ Form                                     (EP, BG, PL)            12:16
    2/ Content                                  (EP, BG, PL)             8:33
    3/ Agreement                                (EP, BG, PL)             7:19
    4/ Distinction                              (EP, BG, PL)            10:06
    5/ Identity                                 (EP, BG, PL)             7:27
    6/ Value                                    (EP, BG, PL)             7:39
    7/ Consequence                              (EP, BG, PL)             2:13
    8/ Invariance                               (EP, BG, PL)             3:28
    9/ Variance                                 (EP, BG, PL)             4:14

    Recorded at the Red Rose Club, London on March 22, 1993
    Produced by Evan Parker, Barry Guy and Maya Homburger

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: double bass, chamber bass; Paul 
  Lytton: drums, cymbals, percussion.

    1994 - Maya Records (UK), MCD 9401 (CD)

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138 - 4,4,4,4 PLUS 1: John Stevens

    1/ 1,4,4                                    (coll. improvisation)    4:31
    2/ 2,4,4                                    (coll. improvisation)   11:02
    3/ 3,4,4                                    (coll. improvisation)    7:42
    4/ 4,4,4                                    (coll. improvisation)   18:23
    5/ 5,4,4                                    (coll. improvisation)    1:39
    6/ Surfaces                                 (Stevens)               23:10

    (1-5) recorded at Riverside Studios, London in August 1979
    (6) recorded at Watershed Studios, London on August 18, 1992
    Produced by Manfred Schiek and Gerd Peeckel

  Evan Parker: soprano; Paul Rutherford: trombone, euphonium; Barry Guy: bass,
  electronics; John Stevens: percussion, v(?); Nigel Coombes (6): violin; 
  Roger Smith (6): guitar.

    1994 - Konnex (UK), KCD 5049 (CD)

  Note: as far as Evan Parker is concerned, this record is the same as 
  FOUR, FOUR, FOUR (1980).

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139 - LEFT FOR DEAD: Tony Hymas

  Disc 1:
    1/ Left For Dead Part 1                     (Hymas, Bush)            7:37
    2/ Captain Jack                             (Hymas, Bush)            6:24
    3/ Serenade Song                            (trad.)                  1:48
    4/ Riding Oklahoma                          (Hymas, Bush)            4:51
    5/ A Sense Of Journey                       (Hymas, Bush)            3:04
    6/ Navajo Travelling Song                   (trad.)                  1:31
    7/ For Leroy Jackson, by "Due Process"      (all)                    4:45
    8/ Thames River, October 5, 1813            (all)                    4:55
    9/ Sweet Blessing                           (all)                    4:41
    10/ Round Dance                             (trad.)                  2:24
    11/ Letter To A Grandchild                  (Hymas, Bush)            2:52
    12/ Cherokee Lullaby                        (trad.)                  1:10
  Disc 2:
    1/ Listening For My Name                    (Hymas, Bush)            2:30
    2/ The Spirit Of The Old People, The Spirit Of The Young People
						(Tendoy, Kane)           1:20
    3/ Because You Will Not Listen              (Hymas, Bush)            6:10
    4/ Manuelito                                (DJ Nez, Hymas)          4:57
    5/ Manuelito "The One Breath" Leroy Jackson (all)                    5:00
    6/ Grass Dance                              (trad.)                  2:17
    7/ What Is It With You?                     (all)                    8:42
    8/ Blizzard Of 93                           (Hymas, Bush, Parker)    5:08
    9/ Voice Of The Sunrise                     (all)                    4:35
    10/ Eight For A Forty Nine                  (all)                    2:34
    11/ Left For Dead Part 2                    (Hymas, Bush)            6:19

    Recorded during Fall 1993

  Barney Bush: vocals; Tony Hymas: Ensoniq SD1, percussions, piano; Edmond 
  Tate Nevaquaya: vocals, flute; Jean-François Pauvros: guitar; Evan Parker: 
  tenor, soprano; Jonathan Kane: drums; Merle Tendoy: vocals, tambourine; 
  Geraldine Barney: lulu, vocals, tambourine.

    1994 - Nato (France), 112-139 (2xCD)
    199? - Nato (France), 777 723 (2xCD)
    200? - Hope Street/Nato (France), HS10057 (2xCD)

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140 - THREE BLOKES: Steve Lacy, Evan Parker, Lol Coxhill

    1/ The Crawl                                (Parker, Lacy)          16:27
    2/ Backslash                                (Parker, Lacy)           7:31
    3/ Glanced                                  (Coxhill, Lacy)         21:36
    4/ Broad Brush                              (Parker, Coxhill)       23:00
    5/ Three Blokes                             (Lacy)                   3:53

    Recorded at the Townhall Charlottenburg, Berlin on September 25-27, 1992

  Steve Lacy (1-3,5): soprano; Evan Parker (1,2,4,5): soprano; Lol Coxhill
  (3-5): soprano.

    1994 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 63 (CD)

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141 - PORTRAITS: Barry Guy/London Jazz Composers' Orchestra

  Disc 1:
    1/ Part I                                                           19:07
    2/ Sub I                                                             2:06
    3/ Part II                                                          16:35
    4/ Sub II                                                            2:38
    5/ Part III                                                         15:11
    6/ Sub III                                                           2:55
  Disc 2:
    7/ Part IV                                                          13:12
    8/ Sub IV                                                            2:54
    9/ Part V                                                           16:35
    10/ Sub V                                                            2:38
    11/ Part VI                                                         10:57
    12/ Sub VI                                                           1:48
    13/ Part VII                                                         8:07

    Recorded at the Radio Studio, Zürich in March 1993

  Barry Guy: bass, director; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Marc Charig: trumpet; Jon 
  Corbett: trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Radu Malfatti: trombone; Alan 
  Tomlinson: trombone; Steve Wick: tuba; Howard Riley: piano; Trevor Watts: 
  reeds; Evan Parker: reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Peter McPhail: reeds; Phil 
  Wachsmann: violin; Barre Phillips: bass; Paul Lytton: drums.

    1994 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 035 (2xCD)

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142 - TRIO (LONDON) 1993: Anthony Braxton, Evan Parker, Paul Rutherford

    1/ The Honker                               (AB,EP,PR)              18:04
    2/ Arkanther                                (AB,EP,PR)              10:37
    3/ Axtarkrut                                (AB,EP,PR)               8:23
    4/ Vanuthrax                                (AB,EP,PR)               9:49
    5/ The Breaker                              (AB,EP,PR)               6:38

    Recorded live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London on May 22, 1993

  Anthony Braxton: reeds; Evan Parker: reeds; Paul Rutherford: trombone.

    1994 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 197 (CD)

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143 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CONCERT: Evan Parker

  Disc 1:
    1/ Hero Of Nine Fingers                                             24:31
    2/ Bowed Stiffly And Went Free                                      19:22

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul 
  Lovens: drums.

  Disc 2:
    1/ In Exultation                                                    20:37
    2/ Not Backwards, As In Doubt                                        9:25
    3/ The Echoing Border Zones                                          9:24

  Evan Parker soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: drums.

    Recorded live at Dingwells, London on April 10, 1994
    Produced by Evan Parker and Leo Feigin

    1994 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 212/213 (2xCD)

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144 - IXESHA (TIME): The Dedication Orchestra

  Disc 1:
    1/ Travelling Somewhere                     (Chris McGregor)         3:35
    2/ Sondela                                  (Mongezi Feza)           6:33
    3/ Blues For Nick                           (Dudu Pukwana)           6:42
    4/ Mofolo                                   (Harry Miller)           6:58
    5/ The Serpent's Kindly Eye                 (Chris McGregor)         8:13
    6/ Lost Opportunities                       (Harry Miller)          12:41
  Disc 2:
    7/ Mra                                      (Dudu Pukwana)           4:59
    8/ Angel-Nomali                             (Dudu Pukwana)          12:36
    9/ Wish You Sunshine                        (Johnny Dyani)           9:13
    10/ Bird Lives                              (Dudu Pukwana)           4:50
    11/ Ixesha                                  (Louis Moholo)          12:44

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, Kingston Hill, Surrey (UK) on January 3-5,
    1994

  Maggie Nicols (2,3,6,8,11): voice; Julie Tippetts (2,3,6,8,11): voice; David 
  Serame (2,3,6,11): voice; John Law (11): voice, additional piano; Harry 
  Beckett: trumpet; Claude Deppa: trumpet; Jim Dvorak (2,6): voice, trumpet; 
  Pat Higgs (1,3,6,9,11): trumpet; Henry Lowther (2,5,7,8): trumpet; Kenny 
  Wheeler (10): trumpet; Ian Hamer (10): trumpet; Marc Charig (3,8,11): cor-
  net, tenor horn; Dave Amis: trombone; Roland Bates (6): trombone; Malcolm 
  Griffiths: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Andy Grappy (1,2,4,5,6,7,8,
  10): tuba; Dave Powell (3,9,11): tuba; Neil Metcalfe: flute; Lol Coxhill 
  (9): soprano, tenor; Mike Williams: alto; Elton Dean: alto; Evan Parker: 
  tenor; Sean Bergin (9): tenor, alto; Chris Biscoe: baritone saxophone; Keith 
  Tippett: piano; Paul Rogers: double bass; Louis Moholo: drums, voice.

    1994 - Ogun (UK), OGCD 102/103 (2xCD)

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145 - TIME WILL TELL: Paul Bley, Evan Parker, Barre Phillips

    1/ Poetic Justice				(PB,EP,BP)		17:18
    2/ Time Will Tell				(PB,EP,BP)		 4:25
    3/ Above The Tree Line			(PB,EP,BP)		 4:48
    4/ You Will, Oscar, You Will		(PB,EP,BP)		 4:55
    5/ Sprung					(PB,EP,BP)		 5:17
    6/ No Questions				(PB,EP,BP)		 5:29
    7/ Vine Laces				(Parker, Phillips)	 4:02
    8/ Clawback					(Bley, Parker)		 3:12
    9/ Marsh Tides				(PB,EP,BP)		 5:41
    10/ Instance				(Parker, Phillips)	 4:24
    11/ Burlesque				(PB,EP,BP)		 7:15

    Recorded at Rainbow Studio, Oslo in January 1994
    Produced by Steve Lake

  Paul Bley: piano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Barre Phillips: bass.

    1995 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1537 523 819-2 (CD)

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146 - SOLO SAXOPHONE: Evan Parker

    1/ Aerobatics 1
    2/ Aerobatics 2
    3/ Aerobatcis 3
    4/ Aerobatics 4
    5/ Aerobatics 5
    6/ Aerobatics 6
    7/ Aerobatics 7
    8/ Aerobatics 8
    9/ Aerobatics 9
    10/ Aerobatics 11
    11/ Aerobatics 12
    12/ Aerobatics 13
    13/ Aerobatics 14

    (1-3) recorded at Unity Theatre, London on June 17, 1975
    (4-13) recorded at FMP Studio, Berlin on September 9, 1975

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    1994 - Chronoscope Records (UK), CPE 2002-2 (CD)

  See SAXOPHONE SOLOS (1976) for further references on (1-4).

  Note: (5-13) were already available on the tape given with the 4xLP box
  COLLECTED SOLOS (1989).
 
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147 - TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN (DEDICATED TO KUNIO NAKAMURA (1944-1992))

    1/ Quartet 1                                                        28:36
    2/ Quartet 2                                                         8:42
    3/ Duo                                                              30:16

    (1,2) recorded at Saiensu in Morioka, Japan on November 13, 1985
    (3) recorded at Saiensu in Morioka, Japan on November 28, 1982
    Produced by Onnyk

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Barry Guy (1,2): bass; Ken'ich Takeda (1,2):
  amplified Taisho-koto, percussion; Onnyk: alto, soprano, electric guitar,
  percussion, etc.

    1994 - Allelopathy (Japan), ALL-1 (CD)

  Note: Onnyk, aka Yoshiaki Kinno.
  Note: limited edition of 500.

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148 - OBLIQUITIES: Evan Parker, Barry Guy

    1/ Marxbruder							13:47
    2/ Botta Segreta							 3:42
    3/ Ecliptic								 6:32
    4/ Slope								 8:39
    5/ Belacqua								 6:01
    6/ Lurch								 9:49
    7/ Balestra								 9:38
    8/ Punta Reversa							 5:44
    9/ Fleam								11:36

    Recorded 3rd December 1994 at Gateway Studio, Kingston upon Thames 

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: double bass, chamber bass.

    1995 - Maya Recordings (UK), 9501 (CD)

  Note: the timings given here are the right ones; on the record they are
  wrong due to a typesetter error.

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149 - THREE OTHER STORIES: Evan Parker, Paul Lytton

    1/ But For The Mist (for Eric Ziarko)                               12:25
    2/ The Theatre Of The World And Photic Diversions                   27:53
    3/ The Night The Ariel Left Harwich And Other Synchronicities       29:07

    (1) recorded in London on July 26, 1971
    (2) recorded in London on June 6, 1973
    (3) recorded in London on July 19, 1974

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor, lyttonophone, dopplerphone, khene, ocarina,
  voice, cassettes; Paul Lytton: percussion, live electronics.

    1995 - Emanem (UK), 4002 (CD)

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150 - BREATHS AND HEARTBEATS: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ Breath and Heartbeat 1			(EP,BG,PL)		 7:54
    2/ Breath and Heartbeat 2                   (EP,BG,PL)		 7:19
    3/ Breath and Heartbeat 3                   (EP,BG,PL)		10:29
    4/ Breath and Heartbeat 4                   (EP,BG,PL)		 2:19
    5/ Breath and Heartbeat 5                   (EP,BG,PL)		 3:35
    6/ Breath and Heartbeat 6                   (EP,BG,PL)		 4:44
    7/ Breath and Heartbeat 7                   (EP,BG,PL)		 4:05
    8/ Breath and Heartbeat 8                   (EP,BG,PL)		 3:30
    9/ Breath and Heartbeat 9                   (EP,BG,PL)		 3:43
    10/ Breath and Heartbeat 10               	(EP,BG,PL)	 	 3:53
    11/ Breath and Heartbeat 11                 (EP,BG,PL)		15:31
    12/ Breath and Heartbeat 12                 (EP,BG,PL)		 6:07

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London (UK) on December 3, 1994

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass, piccolo bass; Paul Lytton:
  drums, percussion.

    1995 - Rastascan Records (USA), BRD019 (CD)

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151 - SUMMER 1967: Spontaneous Music Ensemble

    1/ Listening together 1                                              4:43
    2/ Listening together 2                                              8:39
    3/ Listening together 3                                              4:42
    4/ Listening together 4                                              4:25
    5/ Listening together 5                                              7:13
    6/ First Cousins                                                    14:37
    7/ Second Cousins                                                   11:14
    8/ Echo Chamber Music 1                                              5:04
    9/ Echo Chamber Music 2                                              3:02
    10/ Echo Chamber Music 3                                             2:08

    (1-5) recorded in London on August 16, 1967
    (6-7) recorded in London probably on August 1st, 1967
    (8-10) recorded in London on September 17, 1967

  John Stevens: percussion; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Peter Kowald (6,7): 
  bass.

    1995 - Emanem (UK), 4005 (CD)

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152 - ODE: London Jazz Composers Orchestra

  Disc 1:
    1/ Part I
    2/ Part II
    3/ Part III
    4/ Part IV
  Disc 2:
    1/ Part V
    2/ Part VI
    3/ Part VII

    Recorded at the English Bach Festival, Oxford Town Hall on April 22, 1972

  Barry Guy: bass, composer; Buxton Orr: conductor; Harry Beckett: trumpet;
  Dave Holdsworth: trumpet; Marc Charig: cornet; Paul Rutherford: trombone;
  Mike Gibbs: trombone; Paul Nieman: trombone; Dick Hart: tuba; Howard Riley:
  piano; Derek Bailey: guitar; Trevor Watts: alto, soprano; Mike Osborne:
  alto; Bernhard Living: alto; Alan Wakeman: tenor, soprano; Evan Parker:
  tenor, soprano; Bob Downes: tenor, flute; Karl Jenkins: baritone saxophone,
  oboe; Jeff Clyne: bass; Chris Laurence: bass; Tony Oxley: percussion; Paul
  Lytton: percussion.

    1995 - Intakt Records (Switzerland), INTAKT CD 041 (2xCD)

  Note: complete release, remastered by Peter Pfister; first released on Incus
  Records, 1972 (except Part VII).
  Note: includes 64-page illustrated  booklet with texts (english/german) by
  Barry Guy, Bert Noglik, John Corbett, Buxton Orr, as well as biographical
  and discographical dates.

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153 - JOE MCPHEE EVAN PARKER DAUNIK LAZRO

    1/ The Emmet's Inch                         (McPhee, Parker, Lazro) 36:54
    2/ The Snake And The Scorpion               (McPhee, Parker)         4:33
    3/ Fire On The Water                        (Parker, Lazro)          7:02
    4/ And Eagle's Mile                         (McPhee, Parker, Lazro) 14:55

    Recorded live in Colmar, France on May 13, 1995 and in Vandoeuvre-Les-
    Nancy, France on May 23, 1995

  Joe McPhee: alto, soprano, pocket trumpet, alto clarinet; Evan Parker: sop-
  rano, tenor; Daunik Lazro: alto, baritone saxophone.

    1996 - Vand'oeuvre (France), Vand'oeuvre 9610 (CD)

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154 - BIRMINGHAM CONCERT: Evan Parker, Paul Dunmall, Barry Guy, Tony Levin

    1/ Lion                                                             26:33
    2/ Lets Get Across                                                  10:13
    3/ Aquatics                                                         16:57
    4/ Four Freedoms Plus                                               20:08

    Recorded at the Birmingham Midland Institute on March 5, 1993

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Dunmall: tenor, baritone saxophone; Barry
  Guy: double bass, piccolo bass; Tony Levin: percussion.

    1996 - Rare Music (UK), Rare Music 026 (CD)

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155 - OCTOBER MEETING 1991 - 3 QUARTETS: various artists 

    1/ Well, You Needn't 						 9:22
    2/ Body And Soul							 8:56
    3/ Four								 8:39
    4/ Bye Bye Blackbird						10:18

    Recorded at BIMhuis, Amsterdam on October 19, 1991

  Anthony Braxton: alto; Misha Mengelberg: piano; Mark Dresser: bass; Han
  Bennink: drums.
 
    5/ Untitled

    Recorded at Cristofori, Amsterdam on October 25, 1991

  Cor Fuhler: piano; Tristan Honsinger: cello; Maarten Altena: bass; Wim 
  Janssen: drums.

    6/ The Bear								17:04

    Recorded at BIMhuis, Amsterdam on October 21, 1991

  Evan Parker: tenor, narration; Steve Beresford: piano, electronics, pocket
  trumpet; Arjen Gorter: bass; Han Bennink: drums, voice. 

    1996 - Bimhuis (Netherlands), Bimhuis 003 (CD)

  Note: Evan Parker only plays on one track.

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156 - THE REDWOOD SESSION: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton with Joe McPhee

    1/ Not Yet                                                          12:45
    2/ The Masks                                                        10:46
    3/ Craig's Story                                                    14:08
    4/ Pedal (for Warren)                                                9:21
    5/ Then Paul Saw The Snake (for Susan)                              11:59

    Recorded at the Spirit Room, Rossie NY on June 18, 1995
    Produced by Robert D. Rusch

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: drums; Joe 
  McPhee (5): trumpet.

    1996 - Creative Improvised Music Projects/Cadence (USA), CIMP #101 (CD)

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157 - IMPROVVISAZIONI: Evan Parker, Antonello Salis, Mauro Orselli

    1/ Improvvisazioneuno                                                5:39
    2/ Improvvisazionedue                                                8:07
    3/ Improvvisazionetre                                                8:15
    4/ Improvvisazionequattro                                            2:30
    5/ Improvvisazionecinque                                             3:44
    6/ Improvvisazionesei                                                7:39
    7/ Improvvisazionesette                                              3:54
    8/ Improvvisazioneotto                                               8:28
    9/ Improvvisazioneove                                                3:35

    Recorded at Coltempo Studio, Rome (Italy) in January 1995

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Antonello Salis: piano, accordion; Mauro
  Orselli: drums, percussion.

    1996 - ADA (Italy), 02.11 (CD)

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158 - CENTURY XXI UK N-Z: various artists

  This record features Michael Nyman, Jocelyn Pook, Howard Skempton, Andrew
  Poppy, Jeremy Peyton Jones, Nicholas Wilson, Glyn Perrin, John Stanley.

  Evan Parker plays on one track with Michael Nyman:

    1/ Waltz                                    (Nyman)

    1996 - New Tone (Italy), NT6751 (CD)

  See MICHAEL NYMAN (1981) for further references.

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159 - GHOST-IN-THE-MACHINE FEATURING EVAN PARKER

    1/ Beginnings                                                        4:28
    2/ Highup                                                            5:38
    3/ Hipawl                                                            4:57
    4/ Throy                                                             3:11
    5/ Intertuba/Extremii                                               13:42
    6/ Radio Djibouti                                                    4:52
    7/ Tivoli After Dark                                                 7:40
    8/ Free Techno                                                       2:52
    9/ The Base Piano                                                    3:15
    10/ Birds In Cages                                                   5:44
    11/ Train                                                           12:22

    Recorded at Focus Recording, Copenhagen on September 25, 1993
    (5) recorded at the State Art-Museum, Copenhagen on September 26, 1993

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Christer Irgens: piano, keyboards, voice; Peter
  Friis Nielsen: electric bass; Pere Oliver Jorgens: drums, percussion; Martin
  Klapper: amplified objects, dictaphone, tapes & toys.

    1996 - Leo Records (UK), LE-LAB018 (CD)

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160 - FMP STORY: various artists

  This record features Peter Brötzmann Octet, Hans Reichel, Globe Unity 
  Special, Peter Kowald, Schlippenbach Trio, Petrowsky-Bauer-Gumpert-Sommer,
  Lacy-Parker, King Übü Orchestra, Keith Tippett, Kowald-Lüdi-Morris-
  Namtchylak, Raphe Malik Quintet, September Band, Joe Sachse.

  Evan Parker plays on four tracks:

    1/ Responsible (take 2)			(van Hove)		 8:15
    3/ Evidence					(Monk)			 6:01
    5/ Resurrection Of Yarak			(EP,AvS,PL)		 8:28
    7/ Nocturnal Chirps 3			(Lacy, Parker)		 5:45

    1996 - Musica Jazz (Italy), FMP MJ 01 (CD)

  See MACHINE GUN (1968), EVIDENCE - VOL. 1 (1976), ELF BAGATELLEN (1991) and
  CHIRPS (1985) for further references.

  Note: this record is sold with the Italian jazz review MUSICA JAZZ (March 
  96).

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

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

  Evan Parker plays on one track with Scott Walker:

  Disc 1:
    15/ Dealer                                  (Walker)                 4:50

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

  See CLIMATE OF HUNTER (1984) for further references.

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162 - TWO OCTOBERS: Evan Parker, Paul Lytton

    1/ Then Wept! Then Rose In Zeal And Awe                             18:00
    2/ Two Horn'd Reasoning, Cloven Fiction                             42:55
    3/ I Want! I Want!                                                  15:00
    
    (1) recorded in Bremen, Germany on October 23 (or 24), 1972
    (2) recorded in Sheffield on October 11, 1975
    (3) recorded in London in November 1974

    1996 - Emanem (UK), 4009 (CD)

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163 - BITS & PIECES: Wolfgang Fuchs

    1/ Bits & Pieces
      a/ Particle 1
      b/ Particle 2
      c/ Particle 3
      d/ Particle 4
      e/ Particle 5
      f/ Particle 6
      g/ Particle 7
      h/ Particle 8
    2/ Vocal Transfer
    3/ Cats On A Hot Tin Roof
    4/ Earuption
    5/ Peche Sonore
    6/ In Coda Al Treno

    Recorded in Berlin, Germany on September 16 & 17, 1995

  Wolfgang Fuchs: sopranino, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet; Evan Parker
  (3,4): soprano; Jean-Marc Montera (5,6): guitar.

    1996 - FMP (Germany), OWN-90004 (CD)

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164 - DOUBLE MIRROR: Stefano Maltese

    1/ Enter Alloy: Exit Rust                                           48:09
    2/ Notturno                                                         13:32

    Recorded live at the Noto Jazz Festival, Noto (SR) on August 31, 1995

  Stefano Maltese: soprano, alto, bass clarinet, tin whistle; Evan Parker:
  soprano, tenor; Keith Tippett: piano; Antonio Moncada: drums, timpani, per-
  cussion.

    ???? - Splasc(h) Records (Italy), CDH 469.2 (CD)

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165 - SYNERGETICS - PHONOMANIE III: Evan Parker

    1/ Synergetics #1                                                   24:05
    2/ Synergetics #2                                                    4:55
    3/ Synergetics #3                                                    6:37
    4/ Synergetics #4                                                    6:24
    5/ Synergetics #5                                                    7:14
    6/ Synergetics #6                                                    7:39
    7/ Synergetics #7                                                    2:18
    8/ Synergetics #8                                                    3:53
    9/ Synergetics #9                                                    7:33
    10/ Synergetics #10                                                  6:17
    11/ Synergetics #11                                                  4:41
    12/ Synergetics #12                                                  7:36
    13/ Synergetics #13                                                  6:28
    14/ Synergetics #14                                                  5:27
    15/ Synergetics #15                                                  6:46
    16/ Synergetics #16                                                  8:35
    17/ Synergetics #17                                                  6:29
    18/ Synergetics #18                                                  7:23
    19/ Synergetics #19                                                 17:22

    Recorded live at Jazzatelier, Ulrichsberg on 18/19 September, 1993

  Evan Parker (1,3,5,6,17,19): tenor, soprano; Jin Hi Kim (2,3,4,5,19): komun-
  go; George Lewis (6,8,10,12,16,17,18,19): trombone; Thebe Lipere (1,5,7,8,9,
  10,15,19): imbumbu, percussion; Carlo Mariani (1,14,19): launeddas; Sainkho
  Namchylak (9,13,14,15,19): voice; Walter Prati (1,9,19): electronics; Marco
  "Bill" Vecchi (1,9,19): electronics; Motoharu Yoshizawa (1,4,5,11,12,18,19):
  bass, voice.

    1996 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 239/240 (2xCD)

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166 - TECHNO MIT STÖRUNGEN: Jon Rose

    All the tracks are untitled

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

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

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

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

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

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167 - MARS SONG: Evan Parker, Sainkho Namtchylak

    1/ Song of Eclipse                                                  15:49
    2/ Transit of Venus                                                  8:14
    3/ Time, That Other Labyrinth (pour Jorge Luis Borges)              20:55
    4/ Mars Song                                                        11:07
    5/ Hurzu                                                             5:36

    Recorded live at Music Gallery, Toronto on May 15, 1996

  Evan Parker: saxophone; Sainkho Namtchylak: voice.

    1996 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), cd042 (CD)

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168 - CIMPOSIUM: various artists

  This record features Joe McPhee, Frank Lowe, Evan Parker, Paul Lytton, Gregg
  Bendian, Ivo Perelman, etc.

    1/ Then Paul Saw The Snake (For Susan) (excerpt)                     5:49

    1996 - CIMP (USA), CIMP #701 (CD)

  See THE REDWOOD SESSION (1996) for further references.

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169 - TEMPRANILLO: Evan Parker, Agustí Fernández

    1/ Part I (Mercerioso)
    2/ Part II
    3/ Part III
    4/ Part IV (31 Davids)
    5/ Part V
    6/ Part VI
    7/ Part VII
    8/ Part VIII (Nana for Nuria)

    Recorded in Barcelona, Spain on November 24, 1995

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Agustí Fernández: piano.

    1996 - Nova Era/New Contemporary Music (Spain), NCM4 (CD)

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170 - SOCIAL SECURITY: Mario Schiano

    1/ Social Security Part I                                           20:51
    2/ Social Security Part II                                          19:15
    3/ Social Security Part III                                         13:51
    4/ Social Security Part IV                                          11:17

    Recorded at Victoriaville Festival, Victoriaville, Quebec on May 17, 1996

  Sebi Tramontana: trombone; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass;
  Paul Lovens: drums, percussion; Mario Schiano: alto.

    1996 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), cd043 (CD)

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171 - PINK NOIR: David Toop

  Evan Parker plays on one track:

    3/ Pink Noir

  Evan Parker: tenor; Paul Burwell: drums, percussion; Musa M'Boob: Sabar, 
  mbom mbom drum; Bobby Neufield: string arangement.

    1996 - Virgin (UK), AMBT18 (CD)

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172 - BUENAVENTURA DURRUTI: various artists

  This double CD features Elisa Birge, Abel Paz, Tony Hymas, Tony Coe, 
  Nathalie Richard, Noël Akchoté, Un Drame Musical Instantané, Bernard Vitet,
  François Corneloup, Herve Legeay, Michel Godard, Xavier Desandre Navarre,
  Jean-Jacques Birge, Joe Carioca, Henry Lowther, Ladybones Trombone Quartet,
  Tracy Holloway, Abigail Newman, Lorraine Temple, Sarah Williams, Paul 
  Clarvis, Carmen Alvarez, El Roto, Paco Narvaez, Violeta Ferrer, Carol
  Robinson, Benoît Delbecq, Hélène Labarrière, Lucie Recio, La Marmite
  Infernale, Jean-Paul Autin, Jean Bolcato, Michel Boiton, Jean-Luc Capozzo,
  Patrick Charbonnier, Xavier Garcia, Alain Gibert, Jean Mereu, Maurice Merle,
  Dimitri Naiditch, Alain Rellay, Christian Rollet, Jacques Veille, Guy
  Villerd, Steve Argüelles, Marc Ducret, Marie Thollot, Angel Carmona, Evan
  Parker, Agustí Fernández, Manuel Aguilella, Alfonsina Ortega, Anna Luif,
  Nadja Zela, Anna Vilas, Dave Green, Beñat Achiary, Michel Etchecopar,
  Mohamed Bouari, Alla, Phil Minton, Mark Sanders, Dominique Pifarély,
  François Couturier, Kader l'Aktivist, Guillaume Orti, Frederic Briet, Joe
  Carver, Eric Chalan, Claude Tchamitchian, Norbert Lucarain, Jean-François
  Pauvros, Jesus Guillen, Miguel Celma, Sylvain Kassap, Didier Petit,
  Philippe Carles, Raymond Boni.

  Evan Parker plays on one track:

    13/ Mientras Yo Hablo Con Vos		(Parker, Fernandez)	 8:21

    Recorded at Studio Estudi 84, Barcelona

  Angel Carmona: voice; Evan Parker: tenor; Agustí Fernández: piano; Manuel
  Aguillela: voice; Alfonsina Ortega: voice.

    1996 - Nato (France), 777 733 (2xCD)
    2011 - Nato (France), 3164/3244 (2xCD)

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173 - HIS MASTER'S BONES: Gary Windo

  "A Collection of rare and unreleased concert and studio recordings celebra-
  ting the life of sax great Gary Windo."

  Performed by Symbiosis (1), Hugh Hopper (2), Brotherhood Of Breath (3), 
  Baden-Baden Workshop (4,5), Gary Windo's Steam Radio Tapes (6-8), Gary 
  Windo/Carla Bley (9,10), Gary Windo Quartet (11-14), Gary Windo Orchestra
  (15,16), Gary Windo (17).

    1/ NTU                                      (Windo)                  0:30
    2/ Minipax I                                (Hopper)                 3:44
    3/ Funky Boots March                        (Windo, Evans)           5:25
    4/ Standfast                                (Windo)                  5:52
    5/ You Ain't Gonna Know Me, 'Cause You Think You Know Me
                                                (Feza)                   7:47
    6/ Watch Out For The Bones                  (Windo)                  4:48
    7/ Letting Go                               (Pam Windo)              3:59
    8/ Is This The Time?                        (Pam Windo)              6:15
    9/ untitled                                 (Bley)                   5:30
    10/ Baby Fatele                             (Bley)                   3:46
    11/ Anglo-American                          (Pam Windo)              3:25
    12/ Peaches                                 (Stranglers)             2:45
    13/ The Sun And The Moon                    (Pam Windo)              5:10
    14/ Radio Improved                          (Windo)                  5:59
    15/ Dumb Waiter                             (Psychedelic Furs)       3:08
    16/ Ghosts                                  (Ayler)                  3:37
    17/ Patience                                (Windo, Chandler)        2:23

    (1) recorded in London on January 11, 1971
    (2) recorded at Advision Studios, London during Summer 1972
    (3) recorded in Willisau, Switzerland on January 27, 1973
    (4,5) recorded in Mainz, Germany on November 25, 1976
    (6) unknown recording information
    (7) recorded on May 20, June 18, July 1, 1976 and February 22, 1977
    (8) recorded on April 29, May 7 & 13, 1976, November 18, 1977, and 
    February 23, 1978
    (9,10) recorded at Grog Kill Studio, Willow (USA) in February 1978
    (11-14) recorded at Grog Kill Studio, Willow (USA) on July 29 & 30, 1979
    (15,16): recorded at WRPI Radio, Troy (USA) on April 4, 1984
    (17) recorded at Bearsville Studios, Woodstock in May 1984
    Compilation produced by Mike King

  Gary Windo: tenor, gong, flute, hand drum, bass clarinet, vocal (on (12));
  Mongezi Feza (1,3): pocket trumpet; Lol Coxhill (2): soprano; Nick Evans 
  (2,3): trombone; Malcolm Griffiths (2): trombone; Pye Hastings (2): guitar;
  Hugh Hopper (2,4,5,6,8): bass; John Marshall (2): drums; Evan Parker (3): 
  tenor; Dudu Pukwana (3): alto; Harry Beckett (3): trumpet; Marc Charig (3): 
  trumpet; Radu Malfatti (3): trombone; Chris McGregor (3): piano; Harry 
  Miller (3): bass; Louis Moholo (3): drums; Urs Leimgruber (4,5): sax; Mike 
  Mantler (4,5): trumpet; Roswell Rudd (4,5): trombone; Albert Mangelsdorf 
  (4,5): trombone; Bob Stewart (4,5): tuba; Carla Bley (4,5,9,10): piano; 
  Wolfgang Dauner (4,5): synthesizer; Christy Doran (4,5): guitar; Bo Stief 
  (4,5): bass; Aldo Romano (4,5): drums; Edward Vesala (4,5): drums; Gerry 
  Mobeley (6): piano; Richard Brunton (6,7,8): guitar; Steve Hillage (6): 
  guitar; Peter Van Hooke (6): drums; Julie Tippetts (7): vocal; Pam Windo 
  (7,8,11-14): piano, backing vocal; Bill MacCormick (7,8): bass; Nick Mason 
  (7,8): drums; Robert Wyatt (8): vocal; Terri Quaye (8): background vocal; 
  Steve Swallow (11-14): bass; D. Sharpe (11-14): drums; Knox Chandler (15-
  17): guitar; Jack Robinson (15-17): bass; Steve Moses (15-17): drums; Ann 
  Sheldon (17): cello.

    1997 - Cuneiform Records (USA), Rune 89 (CD)

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174 - NATIVES AND ALIENS: Parker, Guy and Lytton + Crispell

    1/ Stag's Horn                                                       9:48
    2/ Sumach                                                            6:35
    3/ Rhus                                                              8:05
    4/ Friends From Above                                                6:35
    5/ Hirta                                                             4:25
    6/ Sippenaeken Visitation                                            8:22
    7/ And The Tints                                                     3:55
    8/ A Deeper Red                                                      1:47
    9/ In Velvet                                                         2:38
    10/ Day Of Small Truths                                              7:19
    11/ Natives And Aliens                                              10:21

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on May 24, 1996

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: ouble bass, piccolo bass; Paul
  Lytton: percussion; Marilyn Crispell: piano.

    1997 - Leo Records (UK), LR 243 (CD)

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175 - THREE PIECES FOR ORCHESTRA: London Jazz Composers Orchestra

    1/ Owed to J. S.                            (Guy)                   20:28
    2/ Sleeping Furiously
      2a/ Part 1                                (Guy)                    6:21
      2b/ Part 2                                (Guy)                   12:31
      2c/ Part 3                                (Guy)                    5:13
    3/ Strange Loops                            (Guy)                   22:00

    Recorded at Rote Fabrik, Zürich (Switzerland) on December 18, 1995

  Barry Guy: bass, director; Maggie Nichols (3): voice; Henry Lowther: trum-
  pet; Marc Charig: cornet; Jon Corbett: trumpet; Paul Rutherford: trombone;
  Chris Bridges: trombone; Alan Tomlinson: trombone; Robin Hayward: tuba; 
  Howard Riley: piano; Marilyn Crispell (2): piano; Trevor Watts: reeds; Evan
  Parker: reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Peter McPhail: reeds; Paul Dunmall:
  reeds; Philipp Wachsmann: violin; Barre Phillips: bass; Paul Lytton: drums.

    1997 - Intakt Records (Switzerland), CD 045 (CD)

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176 - LIVE IN JAPAN 96: Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra

    1/ Eric Dolphy Medley:                                              17:04
      1a/ The Prophet
      1b/ Serene
      1c/ Hat and Beard
    2/ The Morlocks                                                     15:46
    3/ Shijo No Ai                                                       6:21
    4/ Way Down South Where the Blues Began                             12:18
    5/ Jackhammer                                                       10:29
    6/ Goodbye                                                           4:17

    Recorded live at Shin-Kobe Oriental Theatre on August 6, 1996
    (2) recorded live Nakano ZERO Hall, Tokyo on July 31, 1996

  Thomas Heberer: trumpet; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Axel Dörner: trumpet; Issei
  Igarashi: trumpet; Marc Boukouya: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; 
  Wolter Wierbos: trombone; Haruki Sato: trombone; Walter Gauchel: tenor; Evan
  Parker: tenor, soprano; Gerd Dudek: tenor, soprano, flute, clarinet; Rudy 
  Mahall: bass clarinet; Eiichi Hayashi: alto; Hiroaki Katayama: tenor, bari-
  tone saxophone; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano, conductor; Aki Takase:
  piano, conductor; Nobuyoshi Ino: bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1997 (?) - DIW (Japan), DIW 922 (CD)

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177 - CHICAGO SOLO: Evan Parker

    1/ Chicago Solo [12]                                                 1:44
    2/ Chicago Solo [3]                                                  4:40
    3/ Chicago Solo [4] (for Chris McGregor)                             3:18
    4/ Chicago Solo [5]                                                  6:56
    5/ Chicago Solo [6]                                                  3:20
    6/ Chicago Solo [7]                                                  5:13
    7/ Chicago Solo [8] (for Lee Konitz)                                 2:57
    8/ Chicago Solo [9]                                                  2:15
    9/ Chicago Solo [10]                                                 4:46
    10/ Chicago Solo [11] (for Mr Braxton)                               1:44
    11/ Chicago Solo [13]                                                4:04
    12/ Chicago Solo [14]                                                5:26
    13/ Chicago Solo [15]                                                4:23
    14/ Chicago Solo [16] (for George Lewis)                             8:34

    Recorded at Airwave Studios on November 18, 1995
    Produced by Evan Parker and John Corbett

  Evan Parker: tenor.

    1997 - Okka Disk (USA), 12017 (CD)

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178 - TOWARD THE MARGINS: Evan Parker Electro-Acoustic Ensemble

    1/ Toward the Margins                                                4:31
    2/ Turbulent Mirror                                                  5:51
    3/ Field and Figure                                                  7:06
    4/ The Regenerative Landscape (for AMM)                              3:34
    5/ Chain of Chance                                                   4:19
    6/ Trahütten                                                         6:17
    7/ Shadow Without an Object                                          6:00
      7a/ Engagement
      7b/ Reversal
      7c/ Displacement
    8/ Epanados                                                          4:27
    9/ Born Cross-eyed (remembering Fuller)                              2:49
    10/ Philipp's Pavilion                                               7:32
    11/ The Hundred Books (for Idries Shah)                              4:09
    12/ Contra-dance                                                     3:38

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London in May 1996

  Evan Parker: soprano, gong; Barry Guy: double bass; Paul Lytton: percussion,
  live electronics; Philipp Wachsmann: violin, viola, live electronics, sound
  processing; Walter Prati, live electronics, sound processing; Marco Vecchi:
  live electronics, sound processing.

    1997 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1612 (CD)

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179 - BUSH FIRE: Louis Moholo Quintet

    1/ Bush Fire                                                        13:24
    2/ For Chisa                                                         7:12
    3/ South Afrika Is Free - OK?                                       11:48
    4/ Baobab                                                            9:25
    5/ Mark Of Respect                                                   4:18
    6/ Back Beat                                                         6:26
    7/ Sticks                                                            4:52
    8/ Coincidence                                                       5:03
    9/ Flaming July                                                      8:15
    10/ For Mpumi                                                        8:03

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, London (UK) in July 1995

  Louis Moholo: drums; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Pule Pheto: piano; Gibo 
  Pheto: bass; Barry Guy: bass, piccolo bass.

    1997 - Ogun (UK), OGCD 009 (CD)
    2009 - Ogun (UK), OGCD 009 (CD)

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180 - RESONANCE: various artists

  This "Retuning Radio Issue!" of RESONANCE includes a free CD featuring No
  Fiture, Willem de Ridder & Andrew McKenzie, Lotta Erickson, Gregory
  Whitehead, Negativland, Ken Nordine, Noiseless Blackboard Eraser, Jon Rose,
  Campbell Playhouse, Hakim Bey, Peter Cusack, :zoviet*france: & Evan Parker,
  Gregory Whitehead & Dan Lander.

    12/ Improvisation                           (ZF, EP)                 7:34

    Recorded during the LMC's New Aura series at Conway Hall, London on March
    8, 1996

  :zoviet*france: & Evan Parker.

    1997 - Resonance (UK), Res 5.2 CD (magazine+CD)

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181 - SOLAR WIND: Evan Parker, Lawrence Casserley

    1/ Pachacamac
    2/ Epicycles
    3/ Coyolxauhqui
    4/ The Central Region (For Michael Snow)
    5/ Tlaloc
    6/ Solar Wind

    Recorded at STEIM, Amsterdam in mid-January 1997

  Evan Parker: soprano; Lawrence Casserley: signal processing instrument.

    1997 - Touch (UK), TO:35 (CD)

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182 - MONKEY PUZZLE: Evan Parker, Ned Rothenberg

    1/ For Ximenes                                                      15:06
    2/ For Araucaria                                                     5:04
    3/ For Bynthorne                                                     7:06
    4/ For Afrit                                                         2:52
    5/ For Dinmut                                                       15:22
    6/ For Custos                                                        3:34
    7/ For Rufus                                                         4:08
    8/ For Chifonie                                                      6:13

    Recorded at Gateway Studio on May 17, 1997
    Produced by Evan Parker, Ned Rothenberg, and Leo Feigin

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Ned Rothenberg: bass clarinet, alto.

    1997 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 247 (CD)

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183 - LONDON AIR LIFT: Evan Parker with John Russell, John Edwards, Mark
  Saunders

    1/ Fly Vision                                                       15:47
    2/ London Air Lift                                                   5:14
    3/ The Drop                                                         12:39
    4/ Neighbouring Instances                                            3:35
    5/ Mayday                                                            5:35
    6/ One Thousand Clicks - For John Stevens                            9:34
    7/ Half And Half                                                     5:28
    8/ Rough Diamond - Harry                                             5:17

    Recorded at the Gateway Studios, London on December 20, 1996

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; John Russell: guitar; John Edwards: double 
  bass; Mark Saunders: drums, percussion.

    1997 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 89 (CD)

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184 - A BOY LEAVES HOME: Susanna Ferrar

    1/ Oak, Ash And Thorn                                                5:01
    2/ Split-Splat Willow (3 Little Pieces)                              3:17
    3/ "...That's How Much It Weighs"                                    1:00
    4/ Trudi's Hen-Night                                                 4:43
    5/ Ho [Scherzo]                                                      1:46
    6/ Indoors/Outdoors                                                  2:16
    7/ Art Music [Minuet & Trio]                                         3:24
    8/ Hares                                                             4:08
    9/ She Moves Through The Fair                                        3:54
    10/ Shenandoah                                                       6:08
    11/ Hinemoa [Women Of Ireland]                                       6:24
    12/ Flowers Of The Mountain                                          4:03
    13/ My Father's House                                                8:53

    Recorded at The Steamrooms Studios, London around Spring 1995
    (3) recorded (at home) in London in 1980
    (4) recorded at The Queen's Arms, London on September 15, 1994
    (6) recorded at Napier Ct., London on August 6, 1994
    (9) recorded in London in 1994
    (11) recorded at LMC Concert, London on August 21, 1992
    (13) recorded at St Mary's Church, Stoke Newington on September 25, 1994

  Susanna Ferrar: violin, vocals, feet, motorbike; Evan Parker (1,8,12): sop-
  rano; Sylvia Hallett (5,7,10): violin; Lol Coxhill (9,10): soprano, voice;
  Dickon Tolson (3): voice.

    1997 - Mash (UK), CD004-2 (CD)

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185 - SEQUENCES 72 & 73: Paul Rutherford/Iskra 1912

    1/ Sequence 72                              (Rutherford)            25:31
    2/ Non-Sequence                             (Rutherford)             4:19
    3/ Sequence 73                              (Rutherford)            27:15

    (1) recorded in London on September 20, 1972
    (2) recorded in London on May 13, 1974
    (3) recorded in London on October 19 and (for guitar part) 26, 1973

  Paul Rutherford: conductor, trombone; Maggie Nicols (1,3): voice; Norma
  Winstone (1,3): voice; Kenny Wheeler (1,3): trumpet, flugelhorn; Malcolm
  Griffiths (1,3): trombone; Paul Nieman (1,3): trombone; Geoff Perkins (1,3):
  trombone; Dick Hart (1,3): tuba; Dave White (1,3): bass clarinet, alto,
  baritone saxophone, contrabass clarinet, soprano; Trevor Watts (1): soprano,
  alto; Evan Parker (1,3): soprano, tenor; Howard Riley (1,3): piano; Derek
  Bailey (3): amplified guitar; Barry Guy (1,3): double bass; Tony Oxley (3): 
  live electronics.
  
    1997 - Emanem (UK), 4018 (CD)

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186 - WITHDRAWAL (1966-7): Spontaneous Music Ensemble

    1/ Withdrawal Soundtrack part 1A                                     5:19
    2/ Withdrawal Soundtrack part 1B                                     5:07
    3/ Withdrawal Soundtrack part 1C                                     7:49
    4/ Withdrawal Soundtrack part 2                                     13:42
    5/ Withdrawal Sequence 1                                            11:22
    6/ Withdrawal Sequence 2                                            10:51
    7/ Withdrawal Sequence 3 "C4"                                        2:34
    8/ Seeing Sounds And Hearing Colours - Introduction: "Puddles, 
       Raindrops & Circles"                                              4:02
    9/ Seeing Sounds And Hearing Colours - Movement 1                    4:43
    10/ Seeing Sounds And Hearing Colours - Movement 2 "C"               5:15
    11/ Seeing Sounds And Hearing Colours - Movement 3                   7:23

    (1-4) recorded in London in September and October 1966
    (5-11) recorded in London in March 1967

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion; Paul Rutherford: trombone,
  percussion; Trevor Watts: oboe, alto, flute, voice, percussion; Evan Parker:
  soprano, tenor, percussion; Derek Bailey (5-11): amplified guitar; Barry
  Guy: double bass, piano; John Stevens: drums, cymbals, percussion.
 
    1997 - Emanem (UK), 4020 (CD)

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187 - SHLEEP: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Heaps Of Sheeps                          (Benge, Wyatt)           4:56
    2/ The Duchess                              (Wyatt)                  4:18
    3/ Maryan                                   (Wyatt, Catherine)       6:11
    4/ Was A Friend                             (Wyatt, Hooper)          6:09
    5/ Free Will And Testament                  (Wyatt, Kramer)          4:13
    6/ September The Ninth                      (Benge, Wyatt)           6:41
    7/ Alien                                    (Benge, Wyatt)           6:47
    8/ Out Of Season                            (Benge, Wyatt)           2:32
    9/ A Sunday In Madrid                       (Benge, Wyatt)           4:41
    10/ Blues In Bob Minor                      (Wyatt)                  5:46
    11/ The Whole Point Of No Return            (Weller)                 1:25
    12/ September In The Rain                                            2:31

    Recorded at Phil Manzanera's Gallery Studio, Chertsey during Autumn,
    Winter and Spring 1996-1997
    Produced by Robert Wyatt

  Robert Wyatt: voice, keyboards, bass guitar, percussion, Polish fiddle,
  trumpet; Brian Eno (1,2,9): vocal chorus, synthesizer, synth bass; Jamie
  Johnson (1,11): guitar, chorus; Evan Parker (2,6,9): soprano, tenor; Philip
  Catherine (3): guitar; Chucho Merchan (3,7): double bass, percussion, bass
  drum; Chikako Sato (3): violin; Alfreda Benge (4,11): voice, chorus; Paul
  Weller (5,10,12): guitars, harmony vocals; Annie Whitehead (6,8): trombone;
  Gary Azukx (7): djembe; Phil Manzanera (7): guitar; Charles Rees (11):
  chorus.

    1997 - Hannibal (UK), HNCD 1418 (CD)
    1997 (?) - ??? (Japan), ??? (CD)
    1998 - Thirsty Ear (USA), thi 57040.2 (CD)
    2002 - Video Arts Music (Japan), VACK-1230 (CD)
    2002 - Thirsty Ear (USA), 57040 (CD)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGCD45 (CD)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGLP45 (2xLP)
    2009 - Domino Records (UK), DOMRW1CDX (14xCD)
    2010 - Domino (USA), SNO207 (LP+CD)

  Note: (12) is only available on the japanese pressings.
  Note: the 2xLP reissue contains extra tracks, none featuring Evan Parker.
  Note: the 14xCD set is called BOX and contains ROCK BOTTON (1974), THEATRE 
  ROYAL DRURY LANE 8TH SEPTEMBER 1974 (2005), RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD 
  (1975), NOTHING CAN STOP US (1982), OLD ROTTENHAT (1985), DONDESTAN (1991),
  SHLEEP (1997), CUCKOOLAND (2003), COMICOPERA (2007), EPS (1999).

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188 - HEAPS OF SHEEPS: Robert Wyatt

    1/ Heaps Of Sheeps                          (Benge, Wyatt)
    2/ A Sunday In Madrid                       (Benge, Wyatt)

    1997 - Hannibal (UK), VHCD 1418 (promo CD-5)

  See SHLEEP (1997) for further references.

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189 - MOST MATERIALL: Evan Parker, Eddie Prévost

    1/ Double Truth (Of Reason And Revelation)                          19:51
    2/ Knowledge Is Power                                               13:36
    3/ Rejecting Simple Enumeration                                     13:46
    4/ That More Might Have Beene Done, Or Sooner                       29:00
    5/ Nil Novum                                                        12:01
    6/ Skill Gave Rise To Chance, And Chance To Skill                    9:26
    7/ Not So Much For The Sake Of Arguing As For The Sake Of Living    12:24
    8/ Let Us Attend To Present Business                                11:19
    9/ Chastise Me, But Listen                                          16:42

    (1-5) recorded at Gateway Studios, Kingston on February 23, 1997
    (6-9) recorded at Gateway Studios, Kingston on April 13, 1997

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Eddie Prévost: percussion.

    1997 - Matchless Recordings (UK), MRCD33 (2xCD)

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190 - FMR SAMPLER 3: various artists

  This audio companion to the issue No 4 of AVANT features Evan Parker/
  Lawrence Casserley (1), The Three Amoebas (2), Elisabeth Lutyens (3), Martin
  Speake (4), Michel Deneuve (5), Ho-Wai-On (6), Mike Osborne (7), John Law 
  (8), Jazz Percussion Quintet (9), Kelvin Christiane (10), Hugh Davies (11),
  Anita Wardell (12), Veryan Weston (13), Rob Hall (14), Gary Smith (15), 
  Trudy Kerr (16), GP Hall (17), Jon Lloyd (18), Nikki Yeoh (19), Max Eastley
  (20).

  Evan Parker plays on one track with Lawrence Casserley:

    1/ Work In Progress                         (Parker, Casserley)      4:33

    Recorded at Lawrence Electronic Operations, Bledlow Ridge on 1/10/97

  Evan Parker: soprano; Lawrence Casserley: signal processing instrument.

    1997 - Avant Magazine (UK), #4 (magazine+CD)

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191 - JAZZGALERIE NICKELSDORF: THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY: various artists

  This record features Athanor (1), Frank Wright Quartet (2), Rova Saxophone
  Quartet (3), Schlippenbach Trio (4), Anthony Braxton Quartet (5), Roscoe
  Mitchell (6), Trio Clusone (7), Frisque Concordance (8), Gerry Hemingway
  Quintet (9).

  Evan Parker plays on one track with the Schlippenbach Trio:

    4/ Option Abdullah                                                  10:13

    Recorded at Jazzgalerie Nickelsdorf on 16 April 1983

  Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: tenor; Paul Lovens: drums.

    1997 (?) - Jazzgalerie Nicklesdorf (Germany), no catalog number (CD)

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192 - CONCRETE: Cecil Taylor

  This audio companion to the January 1998 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ
  (Italy) features selections from tracks which appear on FMP discs 002, 004,
  013/4, 006, 025, 028, 031, 008/9, 055, 069.

    9/ Involution/Evolution (excerpt)		(Cecil Taylor)

    1998 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJ02 (CD)

  See CECIL TAYLOR IN BERLIN '88 (1988) or ALMS/TIERGARTEN (1988) for further
  references on (9).

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193 - SOMEWHERE BI-LINGUAL: Noël Akchoté, Mark Sanders, Evan Parker, Paul
  Rogers

    1/ Activ II3                                                         7:08
    2/ Silent II2                                                        3:20
    3/ MPN I1                                                            8:43
    4/ EPN I1 & 2                                                       14:12
    5/ M                                                                 3:16
    6/ E                                                                 2:54
    7/ PE                                                                4:00
    8/ MN                                                                4:05
    9/ PN                                                                7:47
    10/ EN                                                               2:40

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, London on April 15 and 16, 1997

  Noël Akchoté: guitar; Mark Sanders: percussion; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor;
  Paul Rogers: bass.

    1998 - Siesta (France), STA 970911 (CD)

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194 - LIVE AT "LES INSTANTS CHAVIRES": Evan Parker with Noël Akchoté, Lawrence
  Casserley and Joel Ryan

    1/ Instant 1                                (Parker, Ryan)          19:13
    2/ Instant 2                                (Akchoté, Casserley)    14:04
    3/ Instant 3                                (EP,LC,JR)              12:24
    4/ Instant 4                                (NA,JR,LC)              11:57
    5/ Instant 5                                (Akchoté, Ryan)         11:00
    6/ Instant 6                                (EP,NA,LC,JR)            8:41

    Recorded live at "Les Instant Chavirés", Montreuil (France) on December
    20, 1997

  Evan Parker (1,3,6): soprano; Noël Akchoté (2,4,5,6): amplified guitar;
  Lawrence Casserley (2,3,4,6): signal processing instruments; Joel Ryan (1,3,
  4,5,6): computer.

    1998 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 255 (CD)

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195 - ...THROUGH THE EAR OF A RAINDROP: John Wolf Brennan HeXtet

    1/ No Go Area                               (Meehan, Brennan)        2:40
    2/ No Go Echo                               (HeXtet)                 3:47
    3/ The Valley Of Unrest                     (E.A. Poe, Brennan)      3:33
    4/ A Valley Echo                            (HeXtet)                 2:52
    5/ M.                                       (Heaney, Brennan)        3:36
    6/ Go Slow                                  (Tippetts, Brennan)      8:04
    7/ The Woman Who Was An Eagle               (Dorgan, Brennan)        4:22
    8/ Eagle Echo                               (HeXtet)                 3:36
    9/ Where Art Is A Midwife                   (Paulin, Brennan)        4:30
    10/ Where Art Is An Echo                    (HeXtet)                 4:44
    11/ The Rain Stick                          (Heaney, Brennan)        2:42
    12/ Rain Stick Echo                         (HeXtet)                 1:41
    13/ Two Loves                               (Shakespeare, Brennan)   2:42

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, London on July 14 and 15, 1997

  John Wolf Brennan: piano, prepared piano; Julie Tippetts: voice; Peter
  Whyman: bass clarinet; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Rutherford: trom-
  bone; Chris Cutler: drums, percussion.

    1998 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 254 (CD)

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196 - TWO FULL EARS: various artists

  This audio companion to the issue No 6 of AVANT features Evan Parker (1), Ed
  Blackwell Project (2), Don Cherry (3), Peter Fairclough/Keith Tippett (4),
  Keith Tippett's Arc (5), Evan Parker/Paul Lytton/Barry Guy (6), Tony Coe
  (7), Karl Berger (8), Trevor Watts Moire Music Drum Orchestra (9), Rabih
  Abou-Khali (10), Marilyn Crispell (11), Sophia Domancich Trio (12), Anthony
  Braxton (13), The Blue Note Legacy (14), Michel Petrucciani (15), Louis
  Sclavis (16), Charles Lloyd (17).

  Evan Parker plays on two tracks:

    1/ The Snake As Road (excerpt)              (Evan Parker)            3:53
    6/ Agreement (excerpt)                      (Parker, Lytton, Guy)    4:55

    1998 - Avant Magazine (UK), #6 (magazine+CD)
    1998 - Soundworld (UK), ISBN ??? (book+CD)

  See ATLANTA (1990) for further references on (1).
  See IMAGINARY VALUES (1994) for further references on (6).

  Note: this record is also available as an audio companion to the book TWO
  FULL EARS: LISTENING TO IMPROVISED MUSIC, by Steve Day (Soundworld).

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197 - AT THE VORTEX: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ At The Vortex (first set)                                        38:14
    2/ At The Vortex (second set)                                       40:21

    Recorded live at The Vortex, London on June 26, 1996

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Barry Guy: amplified double bass; Paul Lytton:
  percussion.

    1998 - Emanem (UK), 4022 (CD)

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198 - TRUE LIVE WALNUTS: Evan Parker, Antonello Salis, Mauro Orselli

    1/ Presences                                                        49:00
    2/ Nuts                                                              7:36

    Recorded during the Europa Jazz Festival in Noci, Italy on June 28, 1997

  Mauro Orselli: percussion, water, radio; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor;
  Antonello Salis: piano and accordion.

    1998 - Splasc(h) (Italy), 631 (CD)

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199 - REAL TIME TWO: Andrea Centazzo, Alvin Curran, Evan Parker

    1/ Improvviso I                             (AC,AC,EP)              21:45
    2/ Improvviso II                            (AC,AC,EP)              22:41

    Recorded in Pistoia, Italy on December 14, 1977

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion; Alvin Curran: synthesizer, piano, trumpet; Evan
  Parker: soprano, tenor.

    1998 - New Tone (Italy), rcd 5040 2 (CD)

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200 - EXPLORATIONS - COUNTER-CURRENTS IN MODERN MUSIC: various artists

  This record features Evan Parker (1,8), Philip Glass (2), Stephen Sondheim
  (3), Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin (4), John Paul Jones and Diamanda Galas
  (5), John Cale (6), Robert Fripp (7).

  Evan Parker plays on two tracks:

    1/ Voices Of Unreason                       (Parker)                 3:21
    8/ Solo 2 (working title)                   (Parker)                 6:53

    (1) recorded on October 5, 1996 and January 3, 1997
    (2) recorded on January 3, 1997

  Evan Parker: soprano, overdubbed sopranos.

    1998 - Gramophone (UK), Ge03 (magazine+CD)

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201 - LEO RECORDS SAMPLER CD: various artists

  This audio companion to the issue No 7 of AVANT (Summer 98) features
  Ganelin/Tarasov/Chekasin, Collective 4tet, Joe Maneri Quartet, Anthony
  Braxton, Reggie Workman Ensemble, Lauren Newton/Joëlle Léandre, Sainkho/
  Rothenberg, Tibor Szemzo, Marylin Cryspell, Parker/Guy/Lytton & Crispell,
  Evan Parker, John Wolf Brennan Hextet, Ivo Perelman, Natsuki Tamura/Satoko
  Fuji, P. Karayorgis/M. Maneri/J. Maneri, Moscow Composers Orchestra, Satoko
  Fuji Orchestra, Not Missing Drums Project.

  Evan Parker plays on two tracks:

    10/ And The Tints                           (Evan Parker)            3:52
    11/ Synergetics No 19                       (Evan Parker)            5:50

    1998 - Avant Magazine (UK), #7 (magazine+CD)
    1998 - Leo Records (UK), ??? (CD)

  See NATIVES AND ALIENS (1997) for further references on (10), and 
  SYNERGETICS-PHONOMANIE III (1996) for (11).

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202 - CUTS: Peter Kowald & Ort Ensemble Wuppertal

    1/ Part 1                                   (Kowald)                 5:26
    2/ Part 2                                   (Kowald)                 2:51
    3/ Part 3                                   (Kowald)                 2:30
    4/ Part 4                                   (Kowald)                 2:54
    5/ Part 5                                   (Kowald)                 1:55
    6/ Part 6                                   (Kowald)                 5:42
    7/ Part 7                                   (Kowald)                 1:55
    8/ Part 8                                   (Kowald)                 1:19
    9/ Part 9                                   (Kowald)                 4:52
    10/ Part 10                                 (Kowald)                 3:28
    11/ Part 11                                 (Kowald)                 2:19
    12/ Part 12                                 (Kowald)                 2:39
    13/ Part 13                                 (Kowald)                 0:54
    14/ Part 14                                 (Kowald)                 4:42
    15/ Part 15                                 (Kowald)                 4:09
    16/ Part 16                                 (Kowald)                 7:37
    17/ Part 17                                 (Kowald)                 4:11
    18/ Part 18                                 (Kowald)                 1:57
    19/ Part 19                                 (Kowald)                 1:54
    20/ Part 20                                 (Kowald)                 2:01

    Recorded at Artcore Studio, Wuppertal (Germany) on September 5 & 6, and
    October 21 & 22, 1995
    Produced by Peter Kowald and Jost Gebers

  Peter Kowald: conductor; Jochen Bauer: voice; Irmel Droese: voice; Christoph
  Iacono: piano; Andre Issel: bass; Anne Krickeberg: cello; Andreas Leep:
  guitar-bass; Karola Pasquai: flute; Judith Richelshagen: voice; Robin
  Scheffel: guitar; Justin Sebastian: trumpet; Ingo Stanelle: alto, bass cla-
  rinet; Mathias Beck: cello; Gunda Gottschalk: violin, viola; Christoph
  Irmer: violin; Jan Keller: bass; Anja Lautermann: flute; Andre Linnepe:
  guitar, clarinet; Gunther Pitscheider: bass; Jean Sasportes: alto; Katrin
  Scholl: violin; Angelika Sheridan: flute; Rainer Wentz: clarinet, bass cla-
  rinet; Lê Quan Ninh: percussion; Evan Parker: soprano; Carlos Zingaro:
  violin.

    1998 - FMP (Germany), CD 94 (CD)

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203 - BLUE: John Stevens' Ensemble

    1/ Blue                                                             76:00

    Recorded live at The Lilian Baylis Theatre, London on May 19, 1993

  John Stevens: drums; Byron Wallen: trumpet, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn; Paul
  Rutherford: trombone, euphonium; Iain Bellamy: alto, soprano; Evan Parker:
  soprano, tenor; Ed Jones: soprano, tenor; Mike Pyne: piano; Phil Lee: gui-
  tar; Ron Mathewson: bass; Jeff Clyne: bass.

    1998 - That's Jazz (UK), CP 2008 (CD)

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204 - DOUBLE TROUBLE II: Barry Guy and London Jazz Composers Orchestra

    Recorded in Zürich on December 19, 1995

  Irène Schweizer: piano; Marilyn Crispell: piano; Pierre Favre: drums; Henry
  Lowther: trumpet; Marc Charig: trumpet; Jon Corbett: trumpet; Paul 
  Rutherford: trombone; Alan Tomlinson: trombone; Chris Bridges: trombone; 
  Robin Hayward: tuba; Trevor Watts: reeds; Evan Parker: reeds; Simon Picard:
  reeds; Peter McPhail: reeds; Paul Dunmall: reeds; Phil Wachsmann: violin;
  Barry Guy: bass; Barre Phillips: bass; Paul Lytton: drums.

    1998 - Intakt Records (Switzerland), CD 053 (CD)

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205 - PIROTECNIE SONORE: Pasquale Innarella

    1/ Pirotecnie Sonore III
    2/ Pirotecnie Sonore I
    3/ Pirotecnie Sonore II
    4/ Pirotecnie Sonore IV

    Recorded in Orsara, Italy on August 3, 1997

  Pasquale Innarella: conductor, French horn; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano;
  Michel Godard: tuba, sea conch; Guido Mazzon: trumpet; Renato Geremia:
  violin, flute, clarinet, alto; Elio Martusciello: concrete and electronic
  sounds; Mauro Orselli: percussion; etc.

    1998 - Splasc(h) (Italy), 661 (CD)

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206 - HERE NOW: SOLOS/DUOS: Evan Parker, Günter Christmann

    1/ Cone Of The Future 						32:12
    2/ Cone Of The Past 						 7:03
    3/ Here Now 1 							 9:07
    4/ Here Now 2 							 8:22
    5/ Here Now 3 							 4:30
    6/ Quantum 								 4:36
    7/ Radix 								 3:25
    8/ 291142 								 2:44

    (1,2) recorded at Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover on January 16, 1998
    (3-5) recorded at Forum Kesselhaus, Hannover on January 17, 1998
    (6-8) recorded at Forum Kesselhaus, Hannover on April 22, 1998

  Evan Parker (1-5): tenor, soprano; Günter Christmann (3-8): cello, trombone. 

    1999 - Concepts Of Doing (Germany), cod 003 (CD)

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207 - THE PROMISE: Thurston Moore, Evan Parker, Walter Prati

    1/ The Promise                                                       7:25
    2/ Is                                                                7:04
    3/ Our Future                                                        8:11
    4/ Our Promise                                                       6:33
    5/ Are                                                               3:58
    6/ Children                                                          5:46
    7/ All Children                                                      5:50

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, Surrey
    Produced by Walter Prati and Massimo Mariani

  Thurston Moore (all but (6)): electric guitar; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor;
  Walter Prati: live electronics, 6-string bass.

    1999 - Materiali Sonori (Italy), MASO CD 90106 (CD)
    1999 - Fruit Tree (Italy), FT 803 (LP)

  Note: there is a CD-ROM track at the end of the CD pressing; it is a multi-
  media project by Walter Prati called A PATH BETWEEN CREATIVITY AND REFLE-
  XION.

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208 - EPS: Robert Wyatt

  Disc 1: Bits
    1/ I'm A Believer                           (Neil Diamond)           4:55
    2/ Memories                                 (Hugh Hopper)            3:06
    3/ Yesterday Man                            (Chris Andrews)          3:39
    4/ Sonia                                    (Mongezi Feza)           4:01
    5/ Calyx                                    (Phil Miller, R. Wyatt)  3:05
  Disc 2: Pieces
    6/ Shipbuilding                             (C. Langer, E. Costello) 3:04
    7/ Memories Of You                          (Blake, Razafinkeriefo)  2:58
    8/ Round Midnight                           (Monk, Williams,
                                                Hanighen)                4:10
    9/ Pigs... (In There)                       (Wyatt)                  2:39
    10/ Chairman Mao                            (Charlie Haden)          6:15
  Disc 3: Work In Progress
    11/ Yolanda                                 (Milanes, Arias)         4:12
    12/ Te Recuerdo Amanda                      (Jara-Martinez)          3:34
    13/ Biko                                    (Peter Gabriel)          4:38
    14/ Amber And The Amberines                 (Wyatt, Hugh Hopper)     4:11
  Disc 4: Animals
    15/ The Animals' Film                       (Wyatt)                 19:38
  Disc 5: Remixes
    16/ Was A Friend                            (Wyatt, Hugh Hopper)     5:48
    17/ Maryan                                  (Wyatt, P. Catherine)    6:46
    18/ A Sunday In Madrid                      (Benge, Wyatt)           6:59
    19/ Free Will And Testament                 (Wyatt, Kramer)          4:33

  Robert Wyatt: vocals, keyboards, drums, trumpet, bass, guitar, percussion;
  Fred Frith (1,2): violin, guitar; Dave MacCrae (1,7,8): piano, keyboards;
  Richard Sinclair (1,2): bass; Nick Mason (1): drums, producer; Mongezi Feza
  (3,4): trumpet; John Greaves (3,4): bass; Gary Windo (3,4): tenor, bass
  clarinet, alto; Dave Stewart (5): keyboards; Hugh Hopper (5,14): bass, key-
  boards; Laurie Allan (5): drums; Chikako Sato (17): violin; Philip Catherine
  (17): guitar; Chucho Merchan (17): double bass; Brian Eno (18): synthesizer;
  Evan Parker (18): soprano; Paul Weller (19): guitars, harmony vocals.

    1999 - Hannibal (UK), HNCD 1440 (5xCD)
    1999 - Video Arts (Japan), VACK-5397 (5xCD)
    2008 - Domino (UK), REWIGCD46 (5xCD)
    2009 - Domino Records (UK), DOMRW1CDX (14xCD)
    2010 - Domino (USA), DNO205 (CD)

  Note: the 14xCD set is called BOX and contains ROCK BOTTON (1974), THEATRE 
  ROYAL DRURY LANE 8TH SEPTEMBER 1974 (2005), RUTH IS STRANGER THAN RICHARD 
  (1975), NOTHING CAN STOP US (1982), OLD ROTTENHAT (1985), DONDESTAN (1991),
  SHLEEP (1997), CUCKOOLAND (2003), COMICOPERA (2007), EPS (1999).

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209 - WATERLOO 1985: Evan Parker

    1/ Dark interior                                                    60:50

    Recorded during Le Festival Jazz et Musiques Improvisees, Waterloo on 
    August 17, 1985
  
  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Hans Schneider:
  bass; Paul Lytton: percussion, live electronics.

    1999 - Emanem (UK), 4030 (CD)

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210 - AL-JABR: Various artists vs. Disinformation

  This record features Evan Parker (1), Tactile (2), Jim O'Rourke (3), Simon
  Fisher Turner (4), Mechos (5), Lawrence Casserley (6), T:un[k] Systems (7).

    1/ London's Overthrow                       (Evan Parker)           13:03

    Recorded at LMC Sound for a Resonance FM broadcast in July 1998

  Evan Parker: overdubbed and multi-tracked soprano.

    1999 - Ash International (UK), Ash 4.3 (CD)

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211 - THE WIRE TAPPER 3: various artists

  This audio companion to the April 1999 issue of THE WIRE features To Rococo
  Rot, Gas, Model 500, We, Rothko, Supersilent, Thurston Moore/Evan Parker/
  Walter Prati, Robert Ashley, Paul Panhuysen, Rhys Chatham, Sheila Chandra, 
  Hood, Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma, Void, High Rise and Khan.

    1999 - The Wire (UK), 182 (magazine+CD)

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212 - ARCH DUO: Derek Bailey, Evan Parker

    1/ One                                                              12:23
    2/ Two                                                              11:46
    3/ Three                                                            16:51
    4/ Four                                                             16:02
    5/ Five                                                             13:23

    Recorded live at 1750 Arch Street, Berkeley (CA) on October 17, 1980

  Derek Bailey: electric and acoustic guitars; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor.

    1999 - Rastascan Records (USA), BRD045 (CD)

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213 - UNITY VARIATIONS: Evan Parker, Georg Graewe

    1/Unity Variations 1                                                24:33
    2/Unity Variations 2                                                15:42
    3/Unity Variations 3                                                10:37
    4/Unity Variations 4                                                 3:54

    Recorded at Unity Temple, Oak Park (Illinois) in 1998

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Georg Graewe: piano. 

    1999 - Okka Disk (USA), 028 (CD)

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214 - DRAWN INWARD: Evan Parker's Electro-Acoustic Ensemble

    1/ The Crooner (for Johnny Hartman)                                  9:10
    2/ Serpent In The Sky                                                7:30
    3/ Travel In The Homeland                                            7:59
    4/ Spouting Bowl                                                     2:56
    5/ Collect Calls [Milano-Kingston] [Bugged]                         10:38
    6/ Aka Lotan                                                         4:25
    7/ Reanascreena                                                      5:42
    8/ At Home In The Universe (for Stuart Kauffman)                     3:21
    9/ Writing On Ice                                                    3:43
    10/ Phloy In The Frame                                               3:49
    11/ DrawnInward                                                      6:02

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London in December 1998

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor, khene; Barry Guy: double bass; Paul Lytton: 
  percussion, live electronics; Philipp Wachsmann: violin, viola, live elect-
  ronics, sound processing; Lawrence Casserley: live electronics, sound proc-
  essing; Walter Prati: live electronics, sound processing; Marco Vecchi: live
  electronics, sound processing.

    1999 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1693 (CD)

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215 - MELANCHOLY: Cecil Taylor Workshop Ensemble

    1/ Sphere No. 1                                                     20:33
    2/ Sphere No. 2                                                     20:36
    3/ Sphere No. 3                                                     28:59

    Recorded at the Bechstein Concert Hall, Berlin on September 30, 1990

  Tobias Netta: trumpet; Wolfgang Fuchs: sopranino, bass clarinet; Harri
  Sjöström: soprano; Volker Schlott: alto; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Thomas
  Klemm: tenor; Jörg Huke: trombone; Thomas Wiedermann: trombone; Cecil
  Taylor: piano; Barry Guy: bass; Tony Oxley: drums.

    1999 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 104 (CD)

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216 - BO KAY LA VI-A: Francine Luce

    1/ Le La Te Ka Klere                                                 8:45
    2/ Au Fil Du Temps                                                   4:27
    3/ A Round 7                                                         3:04
    4/ Quand La Vie Nous Sourit                                          3:40
    5/ Pokeya                                                            6:58
    6/ Not Why!                                                          3:54
    7/ Deja vu                                                           2:19
    8/ L'Amour Vaut Bien Une Chanson                                    10:37
    9/ A Petits Pas D'Toi                                                4:10
    10/ An Dlo                                                           2:24
    11/ Rencontres                                                       4:35
    12/ Luna                                                             4:43

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, London in September 1996

  Francine Luce: voice, water; Evan Parker, tenor, soprano, water; Claud
  Deppa: trumpet, flugelhorn, water; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Keith Tippett:
  piano, music box; Paul Rogers: double bass; Louis Moholo: drums, percussion.

    1999 - Ogun (UK), OGCD 012 (CD)

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217 - FOXES FOX: Evan Parker, Steve Beresford, John Edwards, Louis Moholo

    1/ Wood On Wood                                                      3:55
    2/ Amoebic Mystery                                                  22:30
    3/ Running (With Scissors)                                           6:33
    4/ Bird With A Shell                                                11:54
    5/ Snail/Kite                                                        4:17
    6/ Fox's Fox                                                         3:53
    7/ Foxes Fox                                                        17:13
    8/ Toast Sweat                                                       3:22
    9/ Dog Bone D Flat                                                   3:34

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on July 21, 1999

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Steve Beresford: piano; John Edwards: bass;
  Louis Moholo: drums, cymbals, timpani, claves.

    1999 - Emanem (UK), 4035 (CD)

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218 - COMPLETE COMBUSTION: Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ Complete Combustion                                              44:27
    2/ Fuels 1                                                           5:56
    3/ Fuels 2                                                           8:02
    4/ Fuels 3                                                           3:49
    5/ Fuels 4                                                           3:18
    6/ Fuels 5                                                           3:46
    7/ Fuels 6                                                           3:50
    8/ Fuels 7                                                           2:12

    Recorded at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin on April 10 and 11, 1998

  Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul
  Lovens: drums.

    1999 - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 106 (CD)

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219 - NEW EXCURSIONS: Evan Parker + Ghost in the Machine

    1/ Belgravian Behavior                                               6:18
    2/ C.O.D.                                                            2:25
    3/ Pluto's Trajectory                                                6:22
    4/ Deadhead The Roses                                                6:44
    5/ Fumado                                                            9:02
    6/ Block Diagram                                                     4:00
    7/ Magnitude                                                        13:44

    Recorded at Cief 5, Copenhagen on June 19, 1998

  Christer Irgens-Moller: keyboards; Peter Friis Nielsen: electric bass; Pere
  Oliver Jorgens: percussion, drums; Martin Klapper: amplified objects, tapes,
  toys; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor.

    1999 - 9th World (Denmark), NWM 019CD (CD)

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220 - IBA #2 ANNIVERSARIO: various artists

  This record features Evan Parker and Agustí Fernández (1), etc.

    1/ untitled

    Recorded on November 22, 1999

  Evan Parker: soprano; Agustí Fernández: piano.

    1999 - IBA (Spain), no catalog number (CD)

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221 - AFTER APPLEBY: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton & Marilyn Crispell

  Disc 1:
    1/ Warp                                                              3:38
    2/ Blue Star Kachina                                                20:05
    3/ Wax                                                               2:57
    4/ Falcon's Wing                                                     2:54
    5/ Wane                                                              3:10
    6/ Weft                                                              2:32
    7/ Where Heart Revive                                               25:14
    8/ Tchefit                                                           3:05
  Disc 2:
    9/ Capnomantic Vortex (for David Mossman)                           51:36
    10/ Fond Farewell                                                   15:59

    (1-8) recorded at Gateway Studios, London on June 28, 1999
    (9-10) recorded at Vortex, London on June 29, 1999
    Produced by Evan Parker and Leo Feigin

  Evan Parker (2,4,7-9): tenor, soprano; Marilyn Crispell (1-3,5-7,9,10): 
  piano; Barry Guy (1,2,4,6-10): bass; Paul Lytton (2,3,5,7,9,10): percussion.

    2000 - Leo Records (UK), Leo 283/284 (2xCD)

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222 - NAILED: Cecil Taylor Quartet

    1/ First                                                            52:20
    2/ Last                                                             25:48

    Recorded at the Bechstein Concert Hall, Berlin on September 26, 1990

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Cecil Taylor: piano; Barry Guy: double bass;
  Tony Oxley: drums.

    2000 (?) - FMP (Germany), FMP CD 108 (CD)

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223 - PROCEEDINGS: London Improvisers Orchestra

  Disc 1:
    1/ Concerto For Alan Tomlinson 					 8:24
    2/ Proceeding 1 							14:34
    3/ On/Off 								 5:38
    4/ Monster's Milk 							21:40
    5/ Proceeding 2 							17:54
  Disc 2:
    1/ Virus 								10:01
    2/ Ellington 100 (Strayhorn 85) 					10:48
    3/ Changing Places - Summer 99 					 6:32
    4/ Notes For Terry Day 						 5:56
    5/ Wstrws 								 7:57
    6/ The Barn 							 8:24
    7/ Press Summary 							12:05

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on July 23, 1999

  Chris Burn: trumpet, piano, conductor; Matt Davis: trumpet; Roland Ramanan:
  trumpet; Ian Smith: trumpet, flugelhorn; Gail Brand: trombone; Alan 
  Tomlinson: trombone; Neil Metcalfe: flute; Terry Day: bamboo pipes; Alex 
  Ward: clarinet; Harrison Smith: bass clarinet; Tom Chant: soprano; Lol 
  Coxhill: soprano; John Butcher: soprano, tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor,
  conductor; Caroline Kraabel: alto, conductor; Adrian Northover: alto; Nigel
  Coombes: violin; Mee violin: conductor; Joe Townsend: violin; Philipp 
  Wachsmann: viola, conductor; Nikos Veliotis: cello; John Edwards: double 
  bass, conductor; Simon H Fell: double bass, conductor; Rhodri Davies: harp;
  John Bisset: guitar; Steve Beresford: piano, conductor; Ansuman Biswas: 
  percussion; Steve Noble: percussion; Mark Sanders: percussion; Adam Bohman:
  objects, conductor; Kaffe Matthews: sampler, violin; Dave Tucker: conductor.

    2000 - Emanem (UK), 4201 (2xCD)

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224 - TWO CHAPTERS AND AN EPILOGUE: John Tilbury, Evan Parker

    1/ Ch. 1. In Which The Listener Will Perceive That In Some Cases
       Madness Is Catching                                              32:10
    2/ Ch. 2. Which Shews That There Are More Ways To Kill A Dog Than
       Hanging                                                          36:45
    3/ Perro Semihundido                                                 2:42

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, Kingston-upon-Thames on August 10, 1999.

  John Tilbury: piano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano.

    2000 - Matchless Recordings (UK), MRCD39 (CD)

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225 - HIGH TIDE: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton with Marilyn Crispell

    1/ High Tide

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, Kingston Upon Thames on Monday 28 and June
    1999
    Produced by Evan Parker and Steve Shepherd

  Evan Parker: tenor; Marilyn Crispell: piano; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton:
  percussion.

    2000 - A Somethin' Else Production for BBC Digital Radio (UK), no number
    (CD-Rom)

  Note: HIGH TIDE is a 20 minute continuous improvisation. "The CD uses
  cutting-edge digital radio and animation technology to enhance original
  music from the Evan Parker Quartet. It features 20 minutes of animation,
  specially commissioned text by avant-garde writer & poet Paul Haines,
  biographies, discographies, and original drawings made at the recording
  session. It is introduced by Jez Nelson, Jazz on 3's regular presenter."

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226 - THE TWO SEASONS: Evan Parker, John Edwards, Mark Sanders

    1/ Winter i                                                         13:26
    2/ Winter ii                                                        27:04
    3/ Winter iii (percussion solo)                                      4:46
    4/ Winter iv (bass solo)                                             4:51
    5/ Winter v                                                         18:08
    6/ Winter vi                                                         7:53
    1/ Summer i                                                         26:33
    2/ Summer ii                                                         9:34
    3/ Summer iii                                                       17:12
    4/ Summer iv                                                        11:52
    5/ Summer v                                                         12:58

    (1-6) recorded at The Vortex, London on February 15, 1999
    (7-11) recorded at The Vortex, London on July 28, 1999

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; John Edwards: amplified double bass; Mark
  Sanders: percussion.

    2000 - Emanem (UK), 4202 (2xCD)

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227 - BROT & HONIG: Evan Parker, Ton Art Ensemble

    1/ Brot & Honig                             (Evan Parker)           36:36
    2/ Syrah & Papidoux                         (Nicola Kruse)          37:04

    Recorded at NDR Hamburg, Studio 1 on October 30, 1999

  Evan Parker: soprano; Alexander Dannullis: acoustic guitar; Heinz-Erich
  Godecke: trombone, didgeridoo; Michael Haase: banjo; Ole Hoffman: baritone
  saxophone; Georgia CH. Hoppe: electric guitar, bass clarinet, hybrid clari-
  net; Robert Klammer: percussion; Nicola Kruse: violin, tenor violin; Ulla
  Levens: violin; Heiner Metzger: clarinet, alto clarinet, alto, synthesizer;
  Claudius Molter: flute, alto flute, piccolo; Harry Nitz: vibraphone, percus-
  sion; Hannes Wienert: soprano, sax trumpet; Peter Niklas Wilson: double
  bass.

    2000 - True Muze Rec. (Germany), TUMU CD 0003 (CD)

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228 - HISS: various artists

  This record features Bernd Friedmann, Leif Elggren, S.E.T.I., Santa Pod, 
  Daren Seymour & Mark Van Hoen, Hazard, Disinformation vs Evan Parker, 
  Raymond Cass [EVP], Lem Tuggle, I Saw It All Happen from Beginning to End 
  and I Still Can't Believe What I Saw.

    2000 - Ash International (UK), ASH 5.2 (CD)

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229 - DARK RAGS: Evan Parker, Keith Rowe

    1/ Dark Rag # 1                                                     37:14
    2/ Dark Rag # 2                                                     40:25

    Recorded live at Pannonica, Nantes (France) December 31, 1999 and January
    1, 2000

  Evan Parker: tenor; Keith Rowe, guitar, electronics.

    2000 - Potlatch (France), P200 (CD)

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230 - HUNTING THE SNAKE: Alex von Schlippenbach Quartet

    1/ Glen Feshie                                                      20:12
    2/ Moonbeef                                                         17:18
    3/ Hunting The Snake                                                22:58
    4/ Wenn Wir Kehlkopfspieler Uns Unterhalten                         16:25

    Recorded at Sendesaal Radio Bremen, Bremen (Germany) on September 10, 1975
    Produced by John Corbett

  Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Peter Kowald:
  bass; Paul Lovens: percussion.

    2000 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS/ALP213CD (CD)
    2012 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS/ALP213CD (CD)

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231 - SWINGING THE BIM: Alex von Schlippenbach Trio

  Disc 1:
    1/ Swinging The BIM, First Set                                      39:20
  Disc 2:
    2/ Swinging The BIM, Second Set                                     60:26

    Recorded live at the BIMhuis, Amsterdam on November 20, 1998

  Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Paul Lovens:
  drums, percussion.

    2000 - FMP (Germany), 114/115 (2xCD)

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232 - STRINGS WITH EVAN PARKER (1997-2000)

  Phil Durrant: violin; Kaffe Matthews: violin, electronics; Marcio Mattos:
  cello; Mark Wastell: cello; John Edwards: double bass; Rhodri Davies: harp;
  Peter Cusack: bouzouki, guitar, electronics; John Russell: guitar; Hugh 
  Davies: strings, springs, electronics; Evan Parker: soprano.

  Disc 1:
    1/ The Sitting On The Roof Series 1					 6:07
    2/ The Sitting On The Roof Series 2					 5:54
    3/ The Sitting On The Roof Series 3 				 3:37
    4/ Laughing In The House 						11:35
    5/ Another Fire Drill 						16:31
    6/ Double Headed Serpent 						28:04
  Disc 2:
    7/ The Ghost Series 1            					 5:15
    8/ The Ghost Series 2            					 4:12
    9/ The Ghost Series 3       					 6:44
    10/ Sub-group MM 1 					 		 2:52
    11/ Sub-group MM 2 							 3:03
    12/ Sub-group RD							 3:47
    13/ Sub-group MW							 5:02
    14/ Sub-group PC							 6:28
    15/ Sub-group PD							 2:50
    16/ Sub-group HD							 2:47
    17/ Sub-group JR							 5:54
    18/ Sub-group JE							 3:05
    19/ Sub-group KM							 3:47
  Disc 3:
    20/ The Spider's Web 						29:51
    21/ Single Headed Serpent 						28:04 
    22/ Flying Spark							 5:38

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on January 4, 1998
    (22) recorded on January 10, 1997
    (6) Evan Parker overdubbed on July 5, 2000
    Produced by Evan Parker

  Evan Parker (6,13-16,20): soprano; Phil Durrant: violin; Kaffe Matthews: 
  violin, electronics; Marcio Mattos: cello; Mark Wastell: cello; John 
  Edwards: double bass; Rhodri Davies: harp; Peter Cusack: bouzouki, guitar,
  electronics; John Russell: guitar; Hugh Davies: strings, springs, electro-
  nics; Philipp Wachsmann (22): violin; Susanna Ferrar (22): violin. 

    2001 - Emanem (UK), 4302 (3xCD)

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233 - INSCAPE - TABLEAUX: Barry Guy New Orchestra

  Inscape - Tableaux                            (Barry Guy)
    1/ Part I                                                           14:41
    2/ Part II                                                           5:32
    3/ Part III                                                         10:39
    4/ Part IV                                                           8:38
    5/ Part V                                                            6:05
    6/ Part VI                                                          10:26
    7/ Part VII                                                         10:40

    Recorded at Rote Fabrik, Zürich on May 18 & 19, 2000

  Barry Guy: director, bass; Marilyn Crispell: piano; Evan Parker: saxophones;
  Mats Gustafsson: saxophones; Hans Koch: clarinet, saxophones; Johannes
  Bauer: trombone; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Per Åke Holmlander: tuba; Paul
  Lytton: percussion; Raymond Strid: percussion.

    2001 - Intakt (Switzerland), Intakt 066 (CD)

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234 - 2x3=5: Evan Parker, Alex von Schlippenbach, Barry Guy, Paul Lovens, Paul
  Lytton

    1/ untitled                                 (EP,AVS,BG,PL,PL)       77:07

    Recorded live at Jazz a Mulhouse, France on August 26, 1999
    Produced by Leo Feigin

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Barry Guy: bass;
  Paul Lovens: drums; Paul Lytton: drums.

    2001 - Leo Records (UK), Leo 305 (CD)

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235 - PASSAGE TO HADES: Jah Wobble, Evan Parker

    1/ Passage To Hades                         (JW,EP,CB,JPR,MS)       13:36
    2/ Giving Up The Ghost                      (JW,EP,MS)              14:03
    3/ Full On                                  (JW,EP,CB,MS)            8:55
    4/ Finally Cracked It                       (Wobble, Parker)        13:39

    Recorded at Intimate Studio in September 2000
    Produced by Jah Wobble

  Jah Wobble: bass, keyboards; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Clive Bell (1,3,
  4): Thai pi saw flute, harmonica, stereo goathorns, flute; Jean-Pierre Rasle
  (1,4): bagpipes, bass crumhorn; Mark Sanders: drums.

    2001 - 30 Hertz Records (UK), 30HZCD14 (CD)

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236 - SANKT GEROLD: Paul Bley, Evan Parker, Barre Phillips

    1/ Sankt Gerold Variations I
    2/ Sankt Gerold Variations II
    3/ Sankt Gerold Variations III
    4/ Sankt Gerold Variations IV
    5/ Sankt Gerold Variations V
    6/ Sankt Gerold Variations VI
    7/ Sankt Gerold Variations VII
    8/ Sankt Gerold Variations VIII
    9/ Sankt Gerold Variations IX
    10/ Sankt Gerold Variations X
    11/ Sankt Gerold Variations XI
    12/ Sankt Gerold Variations XI

    Recorded live at the Monastery of Sankt Gerold in April 1996

  Paul Bley; Evan Parker; Barre Phillips.

    2001 - ECM (Germany), 1609 (CD)

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237 - HOMEWORK: School of Velocity

    1/ Open Plan (Intro)                        (DT,EP,JE,SN)            4:21
    2/ Presto Volante etc.                      (DT,EP,JE,SN)           23:37
    3/ Open Plan                                (DT,EP,JE,SN)            4:42
    4/ Homework                                 (DT,EP,JE,SN)           29:34
    5/ Open Plan (Outro)                        (DT,EP,JE,SN)            6:36

    Recorded at Gateway Studios on March 18, 2000
    Produced by David Tucker

  David Tucker: electric guitar; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; John Edwards:
  bass; Steve Noble: drums, cymbals.

    2001 - Grob (Germany), Grob 317 (CD)

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238 - THE HEARING CONTINUES...: London Improvisers Orchestra

  Disc 1:
    1/ Proceeding 3                                                     13:38
    2/ Concerto For Soft-Loud Key-Box                                   14:45
    3/ Morton's Mobile                                                   9:42
    4/ Fire - In The Air                                                 9:41
    5/ Dingos Creep                                                      9:21
    6/ How Can You Delude Yourself?                                      5:31
    7/ Drop The Handkerchief                                             9:12
  Disc 2:
    8/ Proceeding 4                                                     17:42
    9/ Red Rose Theme                                                   10:07
    10/ Orphy: Us                                                        8:17
    11/ Birthday Piece                                                  12:47
    12/ Music For Pianos, Percussion & Harp                             11:31
    13/ Pulse Piece                                                      7:24
    14/ Prior To Freedom                                                 6:31

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on September 4, 2000
    Marimba on (10) recorded on February 2, 2001

  Harry Beckett: trumpet; Ian Smith: trumpet, flugelhorn; Robert Jarvis: tenor
  trombone, bass; Alan Tomlinson: bass trombone; Neil Metcalfe: flute; Terry
  Day: bamboo pipes; Alex Ward: clarinet; John Rangecroft: clarinet; Jacques
  Foschia: E flat clarinet, bass clarinet; Harrison Smith: bass clarinet; Hans
  Koch: bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet; Tom Chant: soprano; John Butcher:
  soprano, tenor; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Caroline Kraabel: alto; Adrian
  Northover: alto; Gary Todd: tenor; Nigel Coombes: violin; Philipp Wachsmann:
  violin; Charlotte Hug: viola; Marcio Mattos: cello; Dave Tucker: cello,
  banjo; Mark Wastell: cello; John Edwards: bass; Simon H Fell: bass; David
  Leahy: bass, tenor trombone; Rhodri Davies: harp; John Bisset: guitar; Steve
  Beresford: piano; Veryan Weston: piano; Tony Marsh: percussion; Louis
  Moholo: percusion; Steve Noble: percussion; Mark Sanders: percussion; Adam
  Bohman: objects; Knut Aufermann: electonics; Pat Thomas: electronics, piano;
  Orphy Robinson (10): marimba.

    2001 - Emanem (UK), 4203 (2xCD)

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239 - RANGIRUA: Evan Parker, Richard Nunns

    1/ Tumutumu Koiwi Upokohue                                           3:31
    2/ Koauau Koiwi Kuri                                                 3:17
    3/ Hue Puru Hau                                                      3:51
    4/ Poiawhiowhio                                                      4:51
    5/ Pukaea Rakau Kauri                                                2:51
    6/ Roria Rakau Puriri                                                2:10
    7/ Koauau Rakau Maire                                                3:00
    8/ Tumutumu Kohatu Pakohe                                            2:00
    9/ Putorino Rakau Matai                                              4:04
    10/ Panguru Whatkatangi Tanguru                                      3:28
    11/ Porotiti Rakau Rewarewa                                          2:15
    12/ Putorino Rakau Maire                                             4:07
    13/ Koauau ponga Ihu                                                 2:43
    14/ Purerehua Kohatu Pounamu                                         2:03
    15/ Putatara                                                         3:23

    Recorded live at the International Jazz Festival, Paramount Theatre,
    Wellington (New Zealand) on October 21, 1999

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Richard Nunns: taonga puoro.

    2001 - Leo Records (UK), LR 314 (CD)

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240 - FUCK DE BOERE: Peter Brötzmann

    1/ Machine Gun                              (Brötzmann)             17:34
    2/ Fuck De Boere                            (Brötzmann)             36:33

    (1) recorded at Volksbildungsheim, Frankfurt on March 24, 1968
    (2) recorded at Congresshalle, Frankfurt on March 22, 1970
    Produced by John Corbett

  Peter Brötzmann: saxophones; Willem Breuker: saxophones; Gerd Dudek (1):
  saxophones; Evan Parker: saxophones; Fred Van Hove: piano, organ; Peter
  Kowald (1): bass; Buschi Niebergall: bass, trombone; Han Bennink: drums;
  Sven-Åke Johansson (1): drums; Paul Rutherford (2): trombone; Malcolm
  Griffiths (2): trombone; Willem van Manen (2): trombone; Derek Bailey (2):
  guitar.

    2001 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), ALP211CD (CD)

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241 - GREAT DIVIDE: Paul Dunmall Octet

    1/ Part One                                 (Dunmall)                9:39
    2/ Part Two                                 (Dunmall)                6:52
    3/ Part Three                               (Dunmall)                3:50
    4/ Part Four                                (Dunmall)               11:22
    5/ Part Five                                (Dunmall)               11:20
    6/ A Passage Through The Great Divide       (Dunmall)               11:42

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, Kingston (UK) on March 26, 2000
    Produced by Simon Picard

  Paul Dunmall: tenor; Simon Picard (1-5): tenor; Paul Rutherford: trombone;
  Hilary Jeffries: trombone; Gethin Liddington: trumpet; Keith Tippett:
  piano; Paul Rogers: bass; Tony Levin: drums; John Adams (1,4-6): guitar;
  Elton Dean (6): alto; Lee Goodall (6): alto; Evan Parker (6): tenor; Howard
  Cottle (6): tenor; Oren Marshall (6): tuba; Jon Corbett (6): cornet; Mark
  Sanders (6): drums.

    2001 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 142 (CD)

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242 - MASSES: Spring Heel Jack

    1/ Chorale
    2/ Chiraroscuro
    3/ Interlude 1
    4/ Masses
    5/ Cross
    6/ Salt
    7/ Medusa's Head
    8/ Red Worm
    9/ Interlude 2
    10/ Coda

    Recorded at the Strongroom, London and at Sorcerer Sound, New York City
    Produced by John Coxon and Ashley Wales

  John Coxon: all other instruments; Ashley Wales: all other instruments; Evan
  Parker (1,4,6,8): soprano; William Parker (1,4,6,9): bass; Matthew Shipp (1,
  4,6): piano; Guillermo E. Brown (2,4,6,9): drums; Daniel Carter (2,4,9):
  flute, alto, tenor; Ed Coxon (2): violins; George Trebar (2): acoustic bass,
  electric bass; Roy Campbell (3-5): trumpet; Mat Maneri (3-5,10): violas; Tim
  Berne (4,7,8): alto, baritone saxophone;

    2001 - Blue Series/Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 570103.2 (CD)

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243 - CHALLENGE: Spontaneous Music Ensemble

    1/ E.D.'s Message                           (Watts)                  4:08
    2/ 2.B.Ornette                              (Rutherford)             2:07
    3/ Club 66                                  (Watts)                  8:37
    4/ Day Of Reckoning                         (Watts)                  8:33
    5/ End To A Beginning                       (Stevens)                2:42
    6/ Travelling Together                      (Stevens)                9:10
    7/ Little Red Head                          (Stevens)                3:52
    8/ After Listening                          (Rutherford)             8:10
    9/ End To A Beginning                       (Stevens)                4:16
    10/ Distant Little Soul                     (Stevens)               15:13

    (1-9) recorded in London in March 1966
    (10) recorded in London on April 22, 1967

  Kenny Wheeler (1-3,6-9): flugelhorn; Paul Rutherford (1-9): trombone; Trevor
  Watts: alto, soprano; Bruce Cale (2-8): bass; Jeff Clyne (1,9): bass; John
  Stevens (1-6,8-10): drums, cymbals; Evan Parker (10): soprano; Chris 
  Cambridge (10): bass.

    2001 - Emanem (UK), 4053 (CD)
    2013 - Emanem (UK), 4053 (CD)

  Note: Evan Parker does not appear on the original LP from 1966 (on which
  tracks (5,10) are not available).

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244 - THE AYES HAVE IT: Evan Parker

    1/ Aye 1                                                             9:16
    2/ Aye 2                                                             4:02
    3/ Aye 3                                                             8:54
    4/ Aye 4                                                             9:29
    5/ The Eyes Have It                                                 36:30

    (1-4) recorded in London in December 1983
    (5) recorded at the Angel & Crown, London on August 1, 1991

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Paul Rogers: bass; Jamie Muir (1-4): percus-
  sion, toys; Wolter Wierbos (5): trombone; Mark Sanders (5): percussion.

    2001 - Emanem (UK), 4055 (CD)

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245 - THE PLACE 1991: Chris Burn Ensemble

    1/ Presponse                                                        13:42
    2/ The Piano Ate Card                                               16:56
    3/ Pollock #82                                                       9:24
    4/ Southern Samba A Go-go                                           10:00
    5/ Hammer Hint                                                       8:44
    6/ Blocks And Arches                                                12:38

    Recorded at The Place, London on October 13, 1991

  Jim Denley: piccolo, flute, bass flute; John Butcher: tenor, soprano; Stevie
  Wishart: violin, hurdy gurdy; Phil Durrant: violin; Marcio Mattos: cello;
  John Russell: guitar; Chris Burn: piano, toy piano, percussion; Matt
  Hutchinson: synthesizer, electronics; Evan Parker (6): tenor.

    2001 - Emanem (UK), 4056 (CD)

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246 - EVAN PARKER/PATRICK SCHEYDER: Evan Parker, Patrick Scheyder

    1/ Skrying In Mortlake                                              30:22
    2/ Dancing With Dr. Dee                                             13:47
    3/ Piano-forte (piano solo)                                          5:40
    4/ Other (as it were) OPTICAL science, for J.Z.                      4:24
    5/ Polyphonics                                                      10:50

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, London on November 4, 2000

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Patrick Scheyder (1-3,5): piano.

    2001 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 326 (CD)

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247 - DIVIDUALITY: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Lawrence Casserley

    1/ Frondescence                                                      8:33
    2/ Dividuality                                                       7:38
    3/ Aulos                                                             5:20
    4/ Shifting                                                         12:37
    5/ Scion                                                             1:36
    6/ Zool                                                              5:15
    7/ Spinney                                                           1:55
    8/ Transmute                                                        14:59
    9/ Calyx                                                             1:23

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, London on February 22, 1997

  Evan Parker (1-4,7-9): soprano; Barry Guy (1,2,4-9): bass; Lawrence 
  Casserley: live electronics, sound processing.

    2001 - Maya (UK), MCD0101 (CD)

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248 - DELUXE IMPROVISATION SERIES VOL. I: 2000: various artists

  This record feature Tetsu Saitoh (1), Sachiko M and Toshimaru Nakamura (2),
  Evan Parker (3), Taku Sugimoto Guitar Quartet (4), Ito (5), Samm Bennett/
  Gianni Gebbia/Kazuo Imai/Brett Larner (6).

    1/ untitled								16:44
    2/ untitled 							12:23
    3/ untitled  							12:23
    4/ untitled								 2:46
    5/ untitled								10:42
    6/ untitled								 9:27

    (1) recorded live at Deluxe in Azabujuban, Tokyo on June 2, 2000
    (2) recorded live at Deluxe in Azabujuban, Tokyo on August 6, 2000
    (3) recorded live at Deluxe in Azabujuban, Tokyo on September 28, 2000
    (4) recorded live at Deluxe in Azabujuban, Tokyo on December 24, 2000
    (5) recorded live at Deluxe in Azabujuban, Tokyo on July 1, 2000
    (6) recorded live at Deluxe in Azabujuban, Tokyo on March 3, 2000 
    Produced by Brett Larner

  Tetsu Saitoh (1): contrabass, percussion; Sachiko M (2): sampler with sine
  wave; Toshimaru Nakamura (2): no-input mixing board; Evan Parker (3): sopra-
  no; Taku Sugimoto Guitar Quartet (4): Taku Sugimoto (electric guitar), 
  Tetuzi Akiyama (electric guitar), Toshimaru Nakamura (electric guitar), 
  Yoshihide Otomo (electric guitar); Ito (5): Yuji Takahashi (vocal), Kazuko
  Takada (shamisen, vocal), Yumiko Tanaka (futozao shamisen, vocal), Yoko 
  Nishi (koto, vocal), Yoshiko Kanda (percussion, vocal); Samm Bennett (6): 
  electronics; Gianni Gebbia (6): alto; Kazuo Imai (6): guitar, electronics; 
  Brett Larner (6): gu zheng.

    2001 - Ase (Japan), ASE 02 (CD)

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249 - TRAVELING SOMEWHERE: Chris McGregor & The Brotherhood of Breath

    1/ Mra                                      (Dudu Pukwana)          12:14
    2/ Restless                                 (Chris McGregor)         9:47
    3/ Ismite Is Might                          (Chris McGregor)         3:58
    4/ Kongi's Theme                            (Chris McGregor)         6:44
    5/ Wood Fire                                (Chris McGregor)        13:41
    6/ The Bride                                (Dudu Pukwana)           6:26
    7/ Travelling Somewhere                     (Chris McGregor)         7:21
    8/ Think Of Something                       (Mike Osborne)           9:55
    9/ Do It                                    (Chris McGregor)         9:19

    Recorded at Lila Eule, Bremen (Germany) on January 19th, 1973
    Produced by Peter Schulze

  Harry Beckett: trumpet; Marc Charig: trumpet; Nick Evans: trombone; Mongezi
  Feza: trumpet; Malcolm Griffiths: trombone; Mike Osborne: alto; Evan Parker:
  tenor; Dudu Pukwana: alto; Gary Windo: tenor; Chris McGregor: piano; Harry
  Miller: bass; Louis Moholo: drums.

    2001 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 152 (CD)

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250 - GLOBE UNITY 67 & 70: Alexander von Schlippenbach's Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ Globe Unity 67                           (Schlippenbach)         34:11
    2/ Globe Unity 70                           (Schlippenbach)         17:54

    (1) recorded in Donaueschingen, Germany on October 21, 1967
    (2) recorded in Berlin, Germany on November 7, 1970
    Produced by John Corbett with Alexander von Schlippenbach

  Gunter Hampel (1): flute, bass clarinet; Kris Wanders (1): alto, bass cla-
  rinet; Gerd Dudek: tenor, soprano, clarinet, flute; Willem Breuker (1):
  baritone saxophone, clarinet; Heinz Sauer: tenor, soprano, baritone saxo-
  phone, alto; Peter Brötzmann: alto, tenor, baritone saxophone; Manfred
  Schoof: cornet, trumpet, flugelhorn; Jurg Grau (1): trumpet; Claude Deron
  (1): trumpet; Jiggs Wigham (1): trombone; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone;
  Willy Lietzmann (1): tuba; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano, bells, gongs,
  tam-tam; Karl Berger (1): vibraphone; Buschi Niebergall: bass, bass trom-
  bone; Peter Kowald: bass, tuba; Jaki Liebezeit (1): drums, tympani; Mani
  Neumeier (1): drums; Sven-Åke Johansson (1): drums; Evan Parker (2): tenor,
  soprano; Michel Pilz (2): soprano, bass clarinet, flute; Kenny Wheeler (2):
  trumpet, flugelhorn; Tomasz Stanko (2): trumpet; Bernard Vitet (2): trumpet;
  Malcolm Griffiths (2): trombone; Paul Rutherford (2): trombone; Arjen Gorter
  (2): bass, electric bass; Derek Bailey (2): guitar; Han Bennink (2): drums,
  shellhorn, dhung, gachi; Paul Lovens (2): drums, percussion.

    2001 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS/ALP223CD (CD)

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251 - SEPTEMBER DUOS: Evan Parker, Peter A. Schmid

    1/ Lichen                                                            8:21
    2/ Flies & Mosquitos                                                 5:58
    3/ Ants                                                             20:59
    4/ Mushrooms                                                        10:00
    5/ Bugs                                                              8:43
    6/ Worms                                                             7:33

    Recorded near Zürich, Switzerland on September 9, 2000

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Peter A. Schmid: clarinet, bass clarinet, con-
  trabass clarinet.

    2001 - Creative Works Records (Germany), CW 1036 (CD)

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252 - SEPTEMBER WINDS: Hans Anliker, Evan Parker, Peter A. Schmid, Reto Senn,
  Jurg Solothurnmann

  Disc 1:
    1/ Spar Sam!                                                         5:59
    2/ Hallo Heino                                                       7:41
    3/ Winds                                                             3:25
    4/ Insects - Part I                                                  6:28
    5/ Solopark                                                          4:56
    6/ Blackwood                                                         3:03
    7/ Anlipark                                                          4:29
    8/ Blown Chairs                                                     15:56
    9/ Sagssolo                                                          3:01
    10/ Insects - Part II                                                5:16
    11/ Red Points                                                       1:43
    12/ Tar A Got                                                        4:47
  Disc 2:
    13/ Almost One Hour...                                              59:14

    Recorded near Zürich, Switzerland on September 10 & 11, 2000

  Hans Anliker (1-3,7,8,11-13): trombone; Evan Parker (1-5,7-13): tenor, so-
  prano; Peter A. Schmid (1-4,6,8,10-13): clarinet, bass clarinet, contrabass
  clarinet, sopranino, wooden flute; Reto Senn (1-4,6,8,10-13): clarinet, bass
  clarinet, taragot; Jurg Solothurnmann (1-3,5,8,11-13): alto, soprano.

    2001 - Creative Works Records (Germany), CW 1038/39 (2xCD)

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253 - LINES BURNT IN LIGHT: FOR MICHAEL GERZON: Evan Parker

    1/ Line 1                                                           27:23
    2/ Line 2                                                           12:30
    3/ Line 3                                                           22:20

    Recorded at St Michael and All Angels Church, Chiswick (London) on October
    11, 2001

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    2001 - Psi Recordings (UK), 01.01 (CD)

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254 - TOUCH RINGTONES: various artists

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

    19/ Mono 					(Evan Parker)		 0:07

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

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255 - CCA: 4X4: various artists

  This record features BitTonic and si-cut.db (1), Tim Brady (2), Evan Parker
  (3), Sneaker Pimps (4), Bumble Puppy (5), Michael V. Farley (6), Tim Laver
  (7), Michael Martinez (8).

    3/ Organ Point                              (Evan Parker)		 4:12

  Evan Parker: soprano. 

    2001 (?) - ??? (UK), ??? (CD)

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256 - NOT NECESSARILY "ENGLISH MUSIC": various artists

  This 2xCD set, curated by David Toop, features AMM (1), Max Eastley (2), 
  Intermodulation (3), Frank Perry (4), Michael Parsons & Howard Skempton (5), 
  Daphne Oram (6), abAna (7), Hugh Davies (8), Robert Worby (9), Lol Coxhill & 
  Steve Miller (10), Spontaneous Music Orchestra (11), The People Band (12), 
  Evan Parker & Paul Lytton (13), John Stevens (14), Steve Beresford (15,16), 
  Cornelius Cardew & Jane Manning (17), Ron Geesin (18), Gentle Fire (19), 
  Rain in the Face (20), Ranulph Glanville (21), Derek Bailey (22), The 
  Campiello Band (23), Mike Cooper (24), A Touch of the Sun (25), The Scratch 
  Orchestra (26), Frank Perry/Mongezi Feza/Chris McGregor (27).

    13/ As It Were                              (Parker, Lytton)

  Evan Parker; Paul Lytton.

    2002 - EMF (USA), EMF CD 036 (2xCD)

  Note: most of the tracks on this set have never been released before (seems
  like that the only exception is (22), Derek Bailey's track).

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257 - SPECTRAL SOPRANO (1954-1999): Lol Coxhill

  Disc 1:
    1/ Autumn In New York
    2/ Bad Boy
    3/ Strictly Legal
    4/ Vermilion Sands
    5/ Not The North
    6/ Three Go To Letchworth
    7/ Embraceable You/Quasimodo
    8/ Union Dues
    9/ Rurned Out Nice Again
    10/ Happy Birthday Bob Cobbing
    11/ I Thought About You
    12/ Aquaslide
    13/ Experiments With Temperature
    14/ Two Out Of Three
    15/ Messin' With The Man
  Disc 2:
    16/ A Brief Introduction To Sax
    17/ Magic Buffalo
    18/ Uptown Top Ranking
    19/ Perdito
    20/ Out Of Nowhere
    21/ Brits Abroad
    22/ Tourism In Crisis
    23/ Verstehen Und Sprechen
    24/ Murder In The Air
    25/ Sweet Hawaiian Kisses
    26/ Victory Walk
    27/ C.A.K.
    28/ Resonance
    29/ Introduction To The Orchestra           (Coxhill, Beresford)     9:46

    (29) recorded at Red Rose Club, Finsbury Park (London) in 1999

  Lol Coxhill: soprano; The London Improvisers Orchestra (29): Steve Beresford
  (conductor), Matt Davis (trumpet), Roland Ramanan (trumpet), Franz
  Hautzinger (1/4 tone trumpet), Ian Smith (flugelhorn), Donald Manson (trom-
  bone), Annie Whitehead (trombone), Neil Metcalfe (flute), Terry Day (home-
  made reed instruments), Alex Ward (clarinet), Harrison Smith (bass clari-
  net), Evan Parker (soprano), Caroline Kraabel (alto), Nigel Coombes (vio-
  lin), Phil Wachsmann (violin), Mark Wastell (cello), John Edwards (contra-
  bass), Simon Fell (contrabass), Rhodri Davies (harp), Veryan Weston (piano),
  Ansuman Biswas (percussion), Steve Noble (percussion), Orphy Robinson (ma-
  rimba), Adam Bohman (amplified objects).

    2002 - Emanem (UK), 4204 (2xCD)

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258 - FREEDOM OF THE CITY 2001: LARGE GROUPS: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Strings (1,2) and the London Improvisers Orchestra 
  (3-10).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Trick On The Speed Of Making It 					31:47
    2/ Daylight Receptacle 						19:06
    3/ Flower Of Flesh And Blood 		(Dave Tucker)		 9:41
    4/ Morton's Mobile 				(Simon H. Fell)		11:25
  Disc 2:
    5/ Group Dynamics Around The Slide 		(Caroline Kraabel)	 7:55
    6/ Concerto For Sylvia Hallett 		(Steve Beresford)	17:52
    7/ Double Rainbow 				(Philipp Wachsmann)	 6:17
    8/ Birthday Piece 				(Knut Aufermann)	 6:59
    9/ An If But To And When 			(Terry Day)		 6:13
    10/ Proceeding 5 							33:00

    (1,2) recorded at the Freedom of the City festival in the Conway Hall, 
    London on May 5, 2001
    (3-10) recorded at the Freedom of the City festival in the Conway Hall, 
    London on May 6, 2001

  Chris Burn (1,2): piano; Peter Cusack (1,2): bouzouki, guitar; Hugh Davies
  (1,2): strings, springs, electronics; Phil Durrant (1,2): violin; John 
  Edwards: bass; Susanna Ferrar: violin; Sylvia Hallett: violin, sarangi; 
  Kaffe Matthews (1,2): laptop sampler; Marcio Mattos: cello; John Russell (1,
  2): guitar; Philipp Wachsmann: violin; Mark Wastell (1,2): cello; Evan 
  Parker (2-10): soprano; Harry Beckett (3-10): trumpet; Roland Ramanan (3-
  10): trumpet; Ian Smith (3-10): trumpet, flugelhorn; Robert Jarvis (3-10):
  trombone; Paul Rutherford (3-10): trombone; Alan Tomlinson (3-10): bass 
  trombone; Borre Molstad (3-10): tuba; Neil Metcalfe (3-10): flute; Terry Day
  (3-10): bamboo pipes, voice; Alex Ward (3-1): clarinet; John Rangecroft (3-
  10): clarinet; Jacques Foschia (3-10): clarinet, bass clarinet; Harrison 
  Smith (3-10): bass clarinet; Tom Chant (3-10): soprano; Lol Coxhill (3-10):
  soprano; John Butcher (3-10): tenor; Caroline Kraabel (3-10): alto; Adrian 
  Northover (3-10): alto; Gary Todd (3-10): tenor; Nigel Coombes (3-10): vio-
  lin; Charlotte Hug (3-10): viola; Dave Tucker (3-10): cello; Simon H Fell 
  (3-10): bass; David Leahy (3-10): bass; John Bisset (3-10): guitar; Steve 
  Beresford (3-10): piano; Veryan Weston (3-10): piano; Orphy Robinson (3-10):
  electronic xylophone; Tony Marsh (3-10): percussion; Louis Moholo (3-10): 
  percusion; Adam Bohman (3-10): objects; Knut Aufermann (3-10): electronics; 
  Pat Thomas (3-10): electronics. 

    2002 - Emanem (UK), 4206 (2xCD)

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259 - THE GRASS IS GREENER: Han Bennink, Evan Parker

    1/ Traps Of Appetite                                                15:15
    2/ Traps Of Instinct                                                20:23
    3/ Outside The Usual Rules Of The Eating Game                        5:18
    4/ Smoke Of Sacrifice                                                7:30
    5/ The Empty Hook                                                    5:23
    6/ Coyotes Are Eating Pure Bred Poodles In Beverly Hills             2:24
    7/ Pluto Has A Moon                                                  4:21
    8/ To Tangle Lure And Snare                                          2:03

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on March 16, 2000
    Produced by Evan Parker

  Han Bennink: percussion; Evan Parker: saxophone.

    2002 - Psi Recordings (UK), 02.02 (CD)

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260 - PARKER HASLAM EDWARDS: Evan Parker, George Haslam, John Edwards

    1/ Solo For Baritone Saxophone              (Haslam)                 9:41
    2/ Solo For Tarogato                        (Haslam)                 5:18
    3/ Solo For Soprano Saxophone               (Parker)                15:01
    4/ Solo For Double Bass                     (Edwards)               10:33
    5/ Duet For Saxophone And Bass              (Parker, Edwards)       18:18
    6/ Trio For Two Saxophones And Bass         (GH,EP,JE)              14:10

    Recorded at the Holywell Music Room, Oxford on September 3, 2000

  George Haslam (1,2,6): baritone saxophone, tarogato; Evan Parker (3,5,6):
  soprano; John Edwards (4-6): bass.

    2002 - Slam (UK), SLAMCD 314 (CD)

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261 - FOR THE LOVE OF...: Evan Parker, Frank Perry

    1/ Wedged Into Release
    2/ For The Love Of... (Part 1)
    3/ For The Love Of... (Part 2)

    Recorded live at the Royal Commonwealth Society, London on February 11,
    1972
    Produced by Frank Perry

  Evan Parker: soprano; Frank Perry: percussion.

    2002 - QBICO (Italy), Qbico 04 (LP)

  Note: limited edition of 400 copies.

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262 - SEVENTH OF MAY 2001: FREEDOM OF THE CITY, RADICAL IMPROVISED MUSICS:
  various artists

  This record features Bark! (1), Eddie Prévost (2), Charaoui/Lely/Wright (3),
  Eddie Prévost Trio (4), Particles (5), Romuald Wadych and Denis Dubovtsev
  (6), John Tilbury and Evan Parker (7).

    7/ untitled                                 (Tilbury, Parker)       20:03

    Recorded at Freedom of the City Festival, Conway Hall (London) on May 7,
    2001

  John Tilbury (7): piano; Evan Parker (7): tenor.

    2002 - Matchless Recordings (UK), MRCD47 (2xCD)

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263 - TEMPLE OF THE ANCIENT MAGICAL PRESENCE: Frank Perry

    1/ Solo: Temple Of The Ancient Magical Presence                     12:00
    2/ Wedged Into Release                                               3:26
    3/ For The Love Of...                                               17:52
    4/ Corner Shop Meeting                                              11:18
    5/ Vegetarian Please - Was It Them Or Was It Me?                    13:17
    6/ Majestic                                                          6:27
     6a/ A Warm Glow - Ask The Fire
     6b/ Towards The Shining Light
    7/ Mountain Mysteries                                                1:58
    8/ Time For Quick One (- You've Got The Date, I Guess? - If I've
       Got The Time...Right)                                            11:36

    (1) recorded in 2000
    (2,6) recorded in 1972
    (3) recorded on December 11, 1972
    (4) recorded on May 27, 2000
    (5) recorded on October 31, 1980
    (7) recorded in 1990
    (8) recorded in 1974

  Frank Perry; Evan Parker (3); David Toop (4); Jin Hi Kim (4) Paul Lytton
  (5); Paul Lovens (5); Keith Tippett (6); Roy Babbington (6); Cathy Stevens
  (7); Chas H. Dickie (7); Trevor Taylor (8).

    2002 - FMR Records (UK), FMRCD78-0301 (CD)

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264 - THE NEEDLES: Evan Parker, Phil Wachsmann, Teppo Hauta-Aho

  Disc 1: Kerava Concert
    1/ Swans Apiece                                                     20:22
    2/ A Punky And A Song                                               13:42
    3/ Hock Tide Tutti Men                                              19:21
  Disc 2: Gateway Studio
    4/ Loves Rough                                                       5:29
    5/ The Needles                                                      24:28
    6/ Prinknash (for Dom S.H.)                                          5:18
    7/ Devil's Punchbowl                                                18:57
    8/ Lemin Kesa                                                        2:38

    (1-3) recorded live at the 9th International Kerava Jazz Festival at Keuda
    House, Kerava Hall (Finland) on June 10, 2000
    (4-8) recorded at Gateway Studio, London on April 5, 2001

  Evan Parker (1-3,5-7): soprano, tenor; Phil Wachsmann (1-5,7): violin; Teppo
  Hauta-Aho (1-3,5,7,8): bass.

    2002 - Leo Records (UK), LR 348/349 (2xCD)

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265 - AN INTRODUCTION TO CUNEIFORM RECORDS: various artists

  This record features Deus Ex Machina (1), NeBeLNeST (2), Djam Karet (3),
  Univers Zero (4), Brotherhood of Breath (5), The Muffins (6), Proto-Kaw
  (Kansas) (7), Curlew (8,15), Mujician (9), Michael Gulezian (10), Matching
  Mole (11), Soft Machine (12), Miriodor (13), Sotos (14), Dave Kerman/5uu's
  (16), Arkham (17), Richard Pinhas (18).

  Evan Parker plays on one track with Brotherhood of Breath:

    5/ Kongi's Theme                            (Chris McGregor)         4:46

    2002 - Cuneiform Records (USA), CUNEIFORM 9002 (CD)

  Note: this compilation is sub-titled "Selections from all of our 2002
  releases and more".

  See TRAVELING SOMEWHERE (2001) for further references on (5).

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266 - AMASSED: Spring Heel Jack

    1/ Double Cross
    2/ Amassed
    3/ Wormwood
    4/ Lit
    5/ Maroc
    6/ 100 Years Before
    7/ Duel
    8/ Obscured

    Recorded at the Strongroom, London and Gateway Studio, Kingston (UK)
    Produced by John Coxon and Ashley Wales

  Han Bennink (2,3,6-8): drums; John Edwards (1-3,6,8): bass; Ed Coxon (1,2,
  8): violins; Evan Parker (1-3,5-7): soprano, tenor; J Spaceman (2,3,5,8):
  guitar; Paul Rutherford (2,3,8): trombone; Matthew Shipp (2,8): Fender Rho-
  des; George Trebar (8): bass; Kenny Wheeler (4,6): trumpet, flugelhorn; John
  Coxon: all other intruments; Ashley Wales: all other instruments.

    2002 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI57123.2 (CD)

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267 - VISIONS: PERFORMANCES FROM THE EMIT SERIES: various artists

  This record features Sam Rivers & Evan Parker (1), Pamela Z (2), Day & Taxi
  (3), Philip Gelb (4), Derek Bailey & Jim Stewart (5), David Manson (6),
  Saturnalia (7), Davey Williams & David Manson (8), Peter Kowald (9), Amy
  Denio (10), Eugene Chadbourne with SHIM (11).

    1/ Confluence                               (Rivers, Parker)         7:09

    Recorded in The Lobby, St. Petersburg-Tampa (Florida) on April 16, 2001

  Sam Rivers: saxophone; Evan Parker: saxophone.

    2002 - Isosphin (?), 2923 (CD)

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268 - AT LES INSTANTS CHAVIRES: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ Montreuil Motion                                                 11:15
    2/ Asp Irate                                                         9:46
    3/ Three-Legged Chicken (For Vernon)                                38:37
    4/ In Which The Moment Capsizes                                      4:29
    5/ Jean-Marc Rights The Boat                                         6:25

    Recorded at Les Instants Chavirés, Montreuil (France) on December 19, 1997

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: percussion. 

    2002 - Psi Recordings (UK), 02.06 (CD)

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269 - THE WIRE 20 1982-2002: AUDIO ISSUE: various artists

  This audio companion to the December 2002 issue of THE WIRE features Steve
  Lacy (1), Ennio Morricone (2), Coil (3), Hands To Egress (4), David Toop &
  Max Eastley (5), Vivian Jackson & King Tubby (6), Fennesz (7), Derek Bailey
  (8), [traditional musicians] (9), Einsturzende Neubauten (10), AMM (11),
  Mars (12), Cabaret Voltaire (13), Tony Conrad with Faust (14), Designer
  (15), Torture (16), Fela Kuti (17), [disc 2] The Art Ensemble Of Chicago
  (18), Sonic Youth (19), Spring Heel Jack (20), This Heat (21), Stereolab &
  Nurse With Wound (22), Jac Berrocal (23), Sun Ra & His Solar-Myth Arkestra
  (24), Christian Marclay (25), John Cage (26), Otomo Yoshihide (27), Björk
  (28), Pauline Oliveros (29), [disc 3] Keith Hudson (30), Terry Riley (31),
  William S Burroughs (32), Suicide (33), Supersilent (34), Pan Sonic (35),
  Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft (36), Larry Young (37), David Behrman
  (38), Fushitsusha (39), John Coltrane (40), John Fahey (41), Diamanda Galas
  (42).

  Evan Parker plays on one track with Spring Heel Jack:

    20/ Salt                                    (Spring Heel Jack)       4:44

    Recorded in London and New York in 2000-2001

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

  See MASSES (2001) for further references on (20).

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270 - CHICAGO TENOR DUETS: Evan Parker, Joe McPhee

    1/ Duet 2                                                            4:47
    2/ Duet 3                                                            4:44
    3/ Duet 4                                                            5:12
    4/ Duet 5                                                           10:51
    5/ Duet 6                                                            3:07
    6/ Duet 7                                                            2:33
    7/ Duet 9                                                            6:46
    8/ Duet 8                                                           10:52
    9/ Duet 11                                                          10:40
    10/ Duet 12                                                          5:24
    11/ Duet 13                                                          3:10

    Recorded at Airwave Studio, Chicago on May 11, 1998

  Evan Parker: tenor; Joe McPhee: tenor.

    2002 - Okka Disk (USA), OD12033 (CD)

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271 - FREEDOM OF THE CITY FESTIVAL 2002 - SMALL GROUPS: various artists

  This record features Trevor Watts & Veryan Weston (1-4), Sylvia Hallett
  (5-9), Lol Coxhill/Paul Rutherford/Ian Smith (10-11), Roger Smith (12),
  Chris Burn & Matt Hutchinson (13-14), Evan Parker & John Russell (15-19).

    15/ Gist In Time - Duo                                               9:34
    16/ Gist In Time - Solos                                             4:48
    17/ Gist In Time - Duo Again                                         8:05
    18/ Two Of Three                                                     6:31
    19/ Which End?                                                       7:23

    Recorded at the Freedom of the City festival, Conway Hall (London) on May
    4, 2002

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; John Russell: guitar.

    2003 - Emanem (UK), 4210 (2xCD)

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272 - STUDIO/LIVE BIRDS AND BLADES: Barry Guy, Evan Parker

  Disc 1: Studio
    1/ Alar 								 3:48
    2/ Swordplay 							10:23
    3/ Cut And Thrust 							 6:34
    4/ Froissement 							11:28
    5/ Coulé 							 5:40
    6/ Barrage 								 5:32
    7/ Birds And Blades 						14:25
  Disc 2: Live
    8/ Angulation 							19:04
    9/ Circling 							18:24
    10/ Point In Line 							14:07
    11/ Lunge 								15:48

    (1-7) recorded at Radiostudio DRS, Zürich on September 6, 2002
    (8-11) recorded at Sphères Bar Buch & Bühne, Zürich on September 7, 2002 

  Barry Guy: double bass; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor.                     

    2003 - Intakt (Switzerland), 080 (2xCD)

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273 - MORE NIPPLES: Peter Brötzmann Quartet and Sextet

    1/ More Nipples                                                     17:18
    2/ Fiddle-Faddle                                                    13:14
    3/ Fat Man Walks                                                     9:21
  
    (1) recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg on April 18, 1969
    (2-3) recorded at Rhenus Studio, Godorf on April 24, 1969

  Peter Brötzmann: tenor; Evan Parker (1): tenor; Derek Bailey (1): guitar;
  Fred Van Hove: piano; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Han Bennink: drums.

    2003 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), UMS/ALP236 (CD)

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274 - FREEDOM OF THE CITY 2002: London Improvisers Orchestra

    1/ Too Busy                                 (Simon H Fell)          16:21
    2/ Ruthless                                 (Terry Day)              7:04
    3/ Concerto For Paul Rutherford             (Steve Beresford)       16:47
    4/ Mamosa                                   (Marsh, Moholo. Sanders) 8:48
    5/ Phone In                                 (Paul Rutherford)       11:46
    6/ Giallo                                   (Dave Tucker)           10:44
    7/ Fanfare For L I O                        (Philipp Wachsmann)      5:02

    Recorded at the Conway Hall, London on May 5, 2002

  Harry Beckett: trumpets; Roland Ramanan: trumpet; Ian Smith: trumpets;
  Robert Jarvis: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Borre Molstad: tuba;
  Neil Metcalfe: flute; Jacques Foschia: clarinet; John Rangecroft: clarinet;
  Harrison Smith: clarinet; John Butcher: saxophones; Tom Chant: saxophones;
  Lol Coxhill: soprano; Caroline Kraabel: saxophones; Adrian Northover: saxo-
  phones; Evan Parker: saxophones; Susanna Ferrar: violin; Sylvia Hallett:
  violin; Phillipp Wachsmann: violin; Charlotte Hug: viola; Marcio Mattos:
  cello; John Edwards: bass; Simon H Fell: bass; David Leahy: bass; Dave
  Tucker: electric guitar; Steve Beresford: piano; Veryan Weston: piano; Orphy
  Robinson: vibraphone; Tony Marsh: percussion; Louis Moholo: percussion; Mark
  Sanders: percussion; Knut Aufermann: electronics; Adam Bohman: electronics;
  Pat Thomas: electronics; Terry Day (1,2): voice.

    2003 - Emanem (UK), 4090 (CD)

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275 - LIVE: Spring Heel Jack

    1/ Part I                                                           35:52
    2/ Part II                                                          39:15

    Recorded live at the Corn Exchange, Brighton (UK) on January 25, 2003 and
    at the Michael Tippett Center, Bath (UK) on January 22, 2003
    Produced by Spring Heel Jack

  Han Bennink: drums; Evan Parker: tenor; William Parker: bass; Matthew Shipp:
  Fender Rhodes; J Spaceman: guitar; Spring Heel Jack: all other instruments
  and electronics.

    2003 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI57130.2 (CD)

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276 - THE SOCIAL/SCIENCE SET

    1/ Social Set I                                                     23:06
    2/ Realgar                                                           4:44
    3/ Xenon                                                             7:29
    4/ Social Set II                                                    23:59
    5/ Basalt                                                            7:39
    6/ Lexeme                                                            6:55
    7/ Gabbro Scoops                                                     5:11

    (1,4) recorded at 1750 Arch Street Studio, Berkeley on October 19, 1980
    (2,3,5-7) recorded at The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco on
    October 19, 1980

  Bruce Ackley (1,4): soprano; Derek Bailey (2,7): acoustic guitar; Greg
  Goodman (1,4,6): piano, percussion; Henry Kaiser (1,4): electric guitar;
  Toshinori Kondo (1,3,4,7): trumpet; Larry Ochs (1,4,6,7): tenor, sopranino;
  Evan Parker (1,3-6): tenor, soprano; Jon Raskin (1,2,4,6): clarinet, bari-
  tone saxophone, alto; Andrew Voigt (1,4): alto, sopranino.

    2003 - The Beak Doctor (USA), BD5&6 (CD)

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277 - QUANTUM: Basil Kirchin

  Basil Kirchin; Evan Parker; Darryl Runswick; Kenny Wheeler; Graham Lyons;
  etc.

    2003 - Trunk (UK), JBH 003 (CD)
    2003 - Trunk (UK), JBH 003 (LP)
    2011 - Trunk (UK), JBH 003 (CD)

  Note: the LP pressing is limited to 500 copies.

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278 - GLOBE UNITY 2002: Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ Globe Unity 2002                                                 73:45

    Recorded live at Klangbrücke, Aachen (Germany) on January 19, 2002

  Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; flugelhorn;
  Peter Brötzmann: tenor, clarinet, tarogato; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor;
  Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky: clarinet, alto, flute; Paul Rutherford: trombone;
  Johannes Bauer: trombone; Paul Lovens: drums; Paul Lytton: drums.

    2003 - Intakt (Switzerland), 086 (CD)

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279 - FREE ZONE APPLEBY 2002: various

  Disc 1:
    1/ Gong (For Phil Seamen)                                            0:13
    2/ Whitethroat                                                      17:13
    3/ Re Eden                                                           9:49
    4/ Subject Matters                                                  16:27
    5/ Dunsany                                                          14:02
    6/ Ferber String Quartet                                            20:09
  Disc 2:
    7/ Pin Drop                                                         14:59
    8/ Sense                                                             9:15
    9/ Phantoms                                                         10:52
    10/ Pica Pica                                                        7:24
    11/ MGT4ALL                                                         15:04
    12/ Morsman Octet                                                   16:16

    Recorded in Ancient Space, St Michael's Church, Appleby on July 28, 2002

  Evan Parker (1,3,12): soprano; Sylvia Hallett (2,5,6,9-12): violin, voice,
  sarangi; John Rangecroft (3,4,5,12): clarinet; John Edwards (4,6,7,9,12):
  bass; Mark Sanders (4,9,11,12): percussion; Marcio Mattos (5,6,10-12): cel-
  lo; Neil Metcalfe (5,8,11,12): flute; Philipp Wachsmann (6,8,12): violin,
  electronics.

    2003 - Psi (UK), 03.02/3 (2xCD)

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280 - AUDIOLOGY II: TOTAL MUSIC MEETING 2002: various artists

  This record features Evan Parker (1), Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio (2,
  10), Carlos Bechegas (3), Duo Wu Wei (4), Doppelmoppel (5), Evan Parker Trio 
  (6), Ossatura (7), Mal D'Archive (8), The New Flags (9), Bertoncini and 
  Thomas Lehn (11), Three October Meetings (12).

    Recorded in Berlin on October 31-November 2, 2002

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

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281 - ALDER BROOK: Evan Parker and September Winds

    1/ Poclabacla                                                        4:38
    2/ Seesicht                                                          7:52
    3/ Sagstrio                                                          7:21
    4/ Z'blau Wunder Us Jenins                                          11:22
    5/ Nepente Di Oliena                                                 7:09
    6/ Cinghiali                                                         5:41
    7/ Fletri                                                            7:28
    8/ Pinot Gris                                                        7:14
    9/ Klappe!                                                           4:40
    10/ Garanoir                                                         5:22
    11/ Poclabacla II                                                    2:35

    Recorded live at Kirche Erlenbach, Switzerland on September 12, 2002

  Hans Anliker (1,2,4,5,7-11): trombone; Evan Parker (2-10): tenor, soprano,
  contrabass saxophone (tubax); Peter A. Schmid: bass clarinet, contrabass
  contrabass saxophone (tubax), taragot; Reto Senn (1,2,4,5,7-11): clarinet,
  bass clarinet, taragot; Jurg Solothurnmann (2-5,7-10): alto, soprano.

    2003 - Leo Records (UK), LR 379 (CD)

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282 - MEMORY/VISION: Evan Parker Electro-Acoustic Ensemble

    1/ Memory/Vision                                                    70:53

    Recorded live at Norges Musikkhogskole, Oslo in October 2002

  Evan Parker: soprano, tapes, samples; Barry Guy: double bass; Paul Lytton: 
  percussion, electronics; Philipp Wachsmann: violin, electronics; Agustí 
  Fernández: piano, prepared piano; Lawrence Casserley: signal processing 
  equipment; Joel Ryan: computer, sound processing; Walter Prati: electronics, 
  sound processing; Marco Vecchi: electronics, sound processing.  

    2003 - ECM (Germany), 038 1172/ECM 1852 (CD)

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283 - RYKO 20 - 1983-2003: various artists

  This record features Big Star (1), Josh Rouse (2), Kelly Joe Phelps (3), Joe
  Jackson Band (4), Morphine (5), The Flaming Lips (6), The Carlsonics (7),
  Stiffed (8), Pilot to Gunner (9), Frank Zappa (10), Mink Lungs (11), Robert
  Wyatt (12) The Replacements (13), Kelly Willis (14), Toumani Diabate (15),
  Spanish Harlem Orchestra (16), Detroit Experiment (Carl Craig) (17), DJ
  Logic (18), Sky City (19), Ennio Morricone (20).

  Evan Parker plays on one track with Robert Wyatt:

    12/ A Sunday In Madrid                      (Robert Wyatt)

    2003 - Rykodisc (?), ??? (CD)

  See SHLEEP (1997) for further references on (12).

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284 - THE SHAPE OF JAZZ TO COME: various artists

  This record features Matthew Shipp (1), The Blue Series Continuum (2,8), Tim
  Berne (3), DJ Wally (4), Antipop Consortium (5), David S. Ware String
  Ensemble (6), DJ Spooky (7), Kidd Jordan/Fred Anderson Quartet (9), William
  Parker (10), El-P (11), Spring Heel Jack (12).

  Evan Parker plays on one track with Spring Heel Jack:

    12/ Lit                                     (Spring Heel Jack)       5:07

    2003 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 57138.2 (CD)

  See AMASSED (2002) for further references on (12).

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285 - 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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286 - 5 EASY PIECES: Scott Walker

  Retrospective 5xCD set of Scott Walker's career.

  Disc 1: IN MY ROOM
  Disc 2: WHERE'S THE GIRL?
  Disc 3: AN AMERICAN IN EUROPE
  Disc 4: THIS IS HOW YOU DISAPPEAR
    65/ Dealer					(Scott Walker)		 5:08
  Disc 5: SCOTT ON SCREEN

    2003 - Mercury (EEC), ??? (5xCD)
    2006 - Mercury (EEC), 984 021-9  (5xCD)

  See CLIMATE OF HUNTER (1984) for further references on (65).

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287 - TOTAL MUSIC MEETING 2002 - AUDIOLOGY II/11 GROUPS IN BERLIN: various 
  artists

    Recorded live during the Total Music Meeting 2002 in Berlin

  This record features Evan Parker/Alex Schlippenbach Trio, Carlos Bechegas 
  Solo/Duo, Wu Wei/Xu Fengxia, Doppelmoppel, Evan Parker Trio, Ossatura, Mal 
  D' Archive, The New Flags, Schlippenbach Trio/Duo, Bertoncini and Thomas Lehn.

    2003 - All (?), 006 (CD)

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288 - BREMEN TO BRIDGWATER: Brotherhood of Breath

  Disc 1:
    1/ Funky Boots March                        (Windo, Evans)           3:05
    2/ Kongi's Theme                            (McGregor)              11:11
    3/ Now                                      (McGregor)              14:08
    4/ The Bride                                (Pukwana)                7:31
    5/ Think Of Something                       (Osborne)                5:48
    6/ Union Special                            (McGregor)               1:11
    7/ Andromeda                                (McGregor)               4:09
    8/ Do It                                    (McGregor)               3:32
    9/ The Serpent's Kindly Eye                 (McGregor)              19:25
    10/ [Untitled Original]                     (Osborne)                9:20
  Disc 2:
    11/ Sonia                                   (Feza)                  12:36
    12/ Now                                     (McGregor)              13:24
    13/ Yes, Please                             (Malfatti)              11:19
    14/ Restless                                (McGregor)               7:26
    15/ Kwhalo                                  (Pukwana)               16:17
    16/ [Untitled Original]                     (McGregor)              16:22

    (1-8) recorded at Lila Uele, Bremen (Germany) on June 20, 1971
    (9-10) recorded at the Bridgwater Arts Centre, Bridgwater (UK) on February
    26, 1975
    (11-16) recorded at the Bridgwater Arts Centre, Bridgwater (UK) on Novem-
    ber 11, 1975
   
  Harry Beckett: trumpet; Marc Charig: trumpet; Mongezi Feza: trumpet; Nick
  Evans: trombone; Malcolm Griffiths (1-10): trombone; Radu Malfatti (11-16):
  trombone; Mike Osborne: alto, clarinet; Dudu Pukwana: alto; Alan Skidmore
  (1-10): tenor; Gary Windo (1-8): tenor; Elton Dean (9-16): alto; Evan Parker
  (11-16): tenor, soprano; Bruce Grant (11-16): baritone saxophone; Chris
  McGregor: piano; Harry Miller: bass; Louis Moholo (1-8,11-16): drums; Keith
  Bailey (9-10): drums.

    2004 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 182/183 (2xCD)

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289 - SUSPENSIONS AND ANTICIPATIONS: Stan Tracey & Evan Parker

    1/ A Nice Slice                                                      6:08
    2/ Nicely Placed                                                     5:42
    3/ Step                                                              4:54
    4/ Knuckle Shuffle                                                   3:57
    5/ Terms And Conditions Apply                                        5:05
    6/ New Fork (For Newk)                                               3:35
    7/ Suspensions And Anticipations                                     8:06
    8/ Special Purpose                                                   4:29
    9/ Skevington's Daughter                                             7:02
    10/ Kite                                                             8:25
    11/ Maggot                                                           4:39

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on September 28, 2003

  Stan Tracey (1-5,7-11): piano; Evan Parker (1-3,5-7,9-11): tenor.

    2004 - Psi Recordings (UK), 04.02 (CD)

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290 - PISA 1980 IMPROVISORS SYMPOSIUM: various artists

  Disc 1:
    1/ Pisa Wind Duet 1                                                  5:41
    2/ Pisa Wind Duet 2                                                  9:37
    3/ Pisa String Duet                                                 33:03
    4/ San Zeno Trio                                                    29:22
  Disc 2:
    5/ San Zeno Quintet 1                                               17:40
    6/ San Zeno Quintet 2                                                7:43
    7/ Pisa Quintet 1                                                   27:07
    8/ Pisa Quintet 2                                                   11:26

    (1-3) recorded in the Giardino Scotto open-air theatre, Pisa (Italy) on
    June 26-28, 1980
    (4-8) recorded in San Zeno Abbey, Pisa (Italy) on June 26-28, 1980

  Evan Parker (1,2,5,6): tenor, soprano; George Lewis (1,2,4,7,8): trombone;
  Derek Bailey (3): guitar; Maarten Altena (3,4,7,8): bass; Paul Lovens (4-6):
  percussion; Barry Guy (5-8): bass; Paul Lytton (5,6): percussion, live elec-
  tronics; Philipp Wachsmann (5,6): violin, electronics; Paul Rutherford (7,
  8): trombone; Giancarlo Schiaffini (7,8): trombone.

    2004 - Psi Recordings (UK), 04.03/4 (2xCD)

  Note: this is an extended reissue of the LP IMPROVISATOR'S SYMPOSIUM PISA 
  1980 (1981); (4,6,7) were unavailable on the LP pressing; (3,5) are restored
  to their complete lengths.

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291 - CHARCOAL SKETCHES/STATES OF MIND: Basil Kirchin

    Charcoal Sketches                           (Kirchin)
      1/ Sketch 1                                                        5:31
      2/ Sketch 2                                                        3:22
      3/ Sketch 3                                                        3:01
    States Of Mind                              (Kirchin)
      4/ Plaques & Tangles                                               3:53
      5/ Spiked                                                          1:25
      6/ My Unintended                                                   0:44
      7/ Folie A Deux                                                    1:11
      8/ Face Bind                                                       1:20
      9/ Head Steam                                                      0:38
      10/ Forced March                                                   1:20
      11/ Mrs. Mantus                                                    2:08
      12/ Fugue                                                          1:45

    (1-3) recorded in 1970
    (4-12) recorded in 1968

  Basil Kirchin (1-3): piano; Kenny Wheeler: flugelhorn; Frank Horrocks (1,2):
  piano; Graham Lyons (1-3): bassoon, saxes; Darryl Runswick (1): bass; Alan
  Parker (1-3): guitar; Clem Cattini (1-3): drums; Peter Hughes (1-3): flute,
  saxes; Alan Branscombe (2,3): saxes, vibes; Evan Parker (4-12): soprano;
  Chris Karan (4-12): drums; Peter McGurk (4-12): bass; Harry Stoneham (4-12):
  organ.

    2004 - Trunk (UK), JBH 005CD (CD)
    2004 - Trunk (UK), JBH 005 (LP)

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292 - IMPONDERABLE EVIDENCE (THE SUBTLETIES OF GLANCE, OF GESTURE, OF TONE):
  Evan Parker, Eddie Prévost

    1/ Exhibit A                                (Parker, Prévost)       14:35   
    2/ Exhibit E                                (Parker, Prévost)        7:19
    3/ Exhibit C                                (Parker, Prévost)       14:59
    4/ Exhibit D                                (Parker, Prévost)        8:02
    5/ Exhibit B                                (Parker, Prévost)       13:59

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, Kingston (UK) on November 10, 2003

  Evan Parker: tenor; Eddie Prévost: drums.

    2004 - Matchless Recordings (UK), MRCD57 (CD)

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293 - 888: Evan Parker, Philipp Wachsmann, Hugh Davis, Eddie Prévost

    1/ Improv 1                                                         15:53
    2/ Improv 2                                                         13:16
    3/ Improv 4                                                         13:01
    4/ Improv 3                                                          8:59
    5/ Group Improv                                                     21:33

    Recorded at the Dixon's Theatre, Westcliff on See (Essex) on August 8,
    2003

  Philipp Wachsmann (1,5): violin, electronics; Evan Parker (2,5): tenor, 
  soprano; Eddie Prévost (3,5): percussion; Hugh Davies (4,5): invented ins-
  truments.

    2004 - FMR (UK), 123 (CD)

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294 - MUNICH AND GLASGOW: Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra

    1/ Right                                                            12:57
    2/ Dissenting                                                        7:42
    3/ Das Grosse Spiel                                                 17:52
    4/ Free Glasgow Epilogue                                             3:13
    5/ Free Munich                                                      10:04
    6/ Free Munich Epilogue                                              3:30

    (2,4) recorded at The Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (UK) on 
    December 13, 2003
    (1,3,5,6) recorded at The Einstein, Munich on September 13, 2003

  Kenneth Broom: tenor; Stuart Brown (1,3,5,6): drums; George Burt: guitar;
  Matthew Cairns: cornet; Richard Craig: flute; Tom Crossley (2,4): guitar;
  Neil Davidson: guitar; Peter Dowling: alto; Nick Fells: shakuhachi; Robert
  Henderson (2,4): trumpet; Giles Lamb: bass; Raymond MacDonald: alto, sopra-
  no; Una MacGlone (2,4): bass; Alexander Neilson: drums; Peter Nicholson (2,
  4): cello; Daniel Padden: piano, clarinet, percussion; Evan Parker (1,3,5,
  6): tenor, soprano; Christoph Reiserer (1,3,5,6): soprano; Emma Roche:
  flute; Matthew Studdert-Kennedy: flute; Graeme Wilson (1,3,5,6): tenor.

    2004 - FMR (UK), 123-0204 (CD)

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295 - THE SWEETNESS OF THE WATER: Spring Heel Jack

    1/ Track Four                                                        6:38
    2/ Quintet                                                           4:56
    3/ Lata                                                              3:28
    4/ Duo                                                               2:34
    5/ Track One                                                         7:16
    6/ Inlet                                                             4:33
    7/ Track Two                                                         8:48
    8/ Autumn                                                            5:51

  John Coxon: guitar, organ, harmonica, vibraphone, sampler, electronics,
  percussion; Ashley Wales (1,3,6-8): samples, electronics, guitar, trumpet,
  piano, percussion; Wadada Leo Smith (1,2,5-8): trumpet; Evan Parker (2,3,
  5-7): tenor, soprano, piano; John Edwards (1,6,7): bass; Mark Sanders (2,4,
  6-8): drums, timpani.

    2004 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 57146.2 (CD)

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

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

  Disc 1:
    12/ Line 3                                  (Evan Parker)

    2004 - Staubgold (Germany), 52 (2xCD)

  See LINES BURNT IN LIGHT (2001) for further references on (12).

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297 - JAZZ MAGAZINE 22: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 2007 issue of the Italian magazine JAZZ 
  MAGAZINE features Tres + Fabrizio Rosso (1), Bley/Sheppard/Swallow/Drummond
  (2), Roy Haynes (3), Danilo Memoli & Steve Grossman Quartet (4), Carolina 
  Brandes (5), Charnett Moffett (6), Evan Parker (7), Julian Argüelles (8), 
  Stefano Bollani (9), Otello Savoia Quintet (10), Povo (11), Steve Kuhn (12).

    7/ Line 3					(Evan Parker)		 4:47

    2004 - Jazz Magazine (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

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298 - CELESTIAL MECHANIX: THE BLUE SERIES MASTERMIX: DJ Spooky

  Disc 1: The Remixes
    1-11/
  Disc 2: The Continuous Mix
    22/ Nommos Ascending                        (Spring Heel Jack)
    44/ Double Cross                            (Spring Heel Jack)

  Evan Parker (22,44); etc.

    2004 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 57148.2 (2xCD)

  See AMASSED (2002) for further references on (22,44).

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299 - FREE ZONE APPLEBY 2003: Tony Coe, John Edwards, Alan Hacker, Sylvia 
  Hallett, Marcio Mattos, Evan Parker, Philipp Wachsmann, Kenny Wheeler

    1/ S4-1                                                              3:14
    2/ S4/TC-1                                                           4:58
    3/ S4-2                                                              5:05
    4/ W2-1                                                              4:56
    5/ S4/KW-1                                                           2:42
    6/ S4-3                                                              4:12
    7/ S4/EP                                                             5:18
    8/ S4-4                                                              8:13
    9/ W2-2                                                              3:13
    10/ S4/KW-2                                                          7:47
    11/ S4-5                                                             6:32
    12/ S4/TC-2                                                          3:19
    13/ W4/JE                                                            8:53
    14/ S4/AH [JE/SH/AH/MM/PW] (07.16)

    Recorded in Ancient Space, St Michael's Church, Appleby (UK) on July 27,
    2003

  John Edwards (1-3,5-8,10-14): bass; Sylvia Hallett (1-3,5-8,10-12,14): vio-
  lin, vocals, sarangi; Marcio Mattos (1-3,5-8,10-12,14): cello; Philipp 
  Wachsmann (1-3,5-8,10-12,14): violin, electronics; Tony Coe (2,9,12,13): 
  clarinet; Evan Parker (4,7,13): tenor; Kenny Wheeler (4,5,10,13): flugel-
  horn; Alan Hacker (9,13,14): clarinet.

    2004 - Psi Recordings (UK), 04.05 (CD)

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300 - AMERICA 2003: Evan Parker, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Paul Lytton

  Disc 1:
    1/ Rejoicing In Their Hearts Over The Journey                       21:44
    2/ Ask To Be Taken On As A Trumpeter                                 5:39
    3/ This Blowing Of Trumpets Confused Them                            9:45
    4/ What Memories Of The Past Were recalled!                          8:15
    5/ Perhaps This Was His Chance                                       8:21
    6/ To Avoid Monotony                                                 6:07
  Disc 2:
    7/ No One Wanted To Be An Artist But Every Man Wanted To Be
       Paid For His Labours                                             14:56
    8/ The Breath Of Coldness                                           10:16
    9/ Are You Strong Enough For Heavy Work?                            10:03
    10/ I Had A Friend Among The Angels                                 12:48
    11/ Down With All Those Who Do Not Believe In Us                    11:32

    Disc 1 recorded at New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (USA)
    on May 1, 2003
    Disc 2 recorded at Seattle Asian Art Museum, Seattle (USA) on May 14, 2003

  Evan Parker (1,3-9-11): soprano, tenor; Alexander von Schlippenbach (1-7,9-
  11): piano; Paul Lytton (1,3-7,9-11): percussion.

    2004 - Psi Recordings (UK), 04.06/7 (2xCD)

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301 - THE BISHOP'S MOVE: Evan Parker Trio & Peter Brötzmann Trio

    1/ The Bishop's Move                        (Parker, Brötzmann)     73:30

    Recorded live during the 20th Festival International de Musique Actuelle
    de Victoriaville, Quebec (Canada) on May 19, 2003

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Peter Brötzmann: tenor, tarogato, clarinet;
  Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; William Parker: bass; Paul Lytton: drums,
  percussion; Hamid Drake: drums, djembe, percussion.

    2004 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), cd093 (CD)

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302 - OR AIR: VARIATIONS ON THE MUSIC OF EVAN PARKER: Joel Ryan

    1/ Two/Cut                                                           9:00
    2/ Griot Mix                                                        11:29
    3/ Throbdrone Solo                                                   3:59
    4/ Shaker Mix                                                       10:05
    5/ Or Air                                                            5:35
    6/ Orais                                                             8:34
    7/ Seidelstuckel                                                     3:57
    8/ Oran                                                             11:23

  Joel Ryan: computer, sound processing.

    2004 - Psi Recordings (UK), 04.08 (CD)

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303 - GUBBRORA: Sten Sandell, David Stackenas

    1/ Jansson's Temptation (Part 1)                                    22:35
    2/ Jansson's Temptation (Part 2)                                    15:13
    3/ Gubbrora                                                         33:35 

    Recorded live at Freedom of the City 2004, Conway Hall (London) on May 3, 
    2004

  Sten Sandell: piano, voice, electronics; David Stackenas: guitars; Evan 
  Parker (3): soprano, tenor; Barry Guy (3): bass; Paul Lytton (3): percus-
  sion.

    2004 - Psi Recordings (UK), 04.10 (CD)

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304 - WATT'S AT SCOTT'S: Charlie Watts & The Tentet

  Disc 1:
    1/ Main Stem                                (Duke Ellington)        10:05
    2/ Bemsha Swing                             (Monk, Best)             9:35
    3/ Anthony's Dice                           (Gerard Presencer)       8:06
    4/ Roll 'Em, Charlie                        (Peter King)             7:34
    5/ What's New?                              (Bob Haggart)            8:15
    6/ Body And Soul                            (Johnny Green)           4:21
    7/ Here's That Rainy Day                    (Jimmy van Heusen)       9:05
    8/ Tin Tin Deo                              (W.G. Fuller, C. Pozo)  11:59
  Disc 2:
    9/ Sunset And The Mockingbird               (Duke Ellington)         7:09
    10/ Little Willie Leaps                     (Miles Davis)            9:57
    11/ Airto II                                (Watts, Keltner, 
                                                Sourdeix, King)         11:33
    12/ Chasing Reality                         (Gerard Presencer)       2:49
    13/ Faction (and band introduction)         (Jagger, Richards,
                                                Presencer)              11:17
    14/ Elvin's Song                            (Watts, Keltner, 
                                                Chaplin, King)          16:12
    15/ Take The A Train                        (Billy Strayhorn)        5:08

    Recorded live at Ronnie Scott's, London (UK) between June 12 & 14, 2001 
    Produced by Charlie Watts and Dave Green

  Charlie Watts: drums; Dave Green: bass; Luis Jardim: percussion; Brian 
  Lemon: piano; Anthony Kerr: vibraphone; Mark Nightingale: trombone; Gerard 
  Presencer: trumpet, flugelhorn, Fender Rhodes; Henry Lowther: trumpet, flu-
  gelhorn; Peter King: alto, soprano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Julian 
  Argüelles: baritone saxophone.

    2004 - Sanctuary (USA), 06076-86363-2 (2xCD)

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305 - COMPRESSION: LIVE AT TOTAL MUSIC MEETING 2002: Alex von Schlippenbach,
  Evan Parker, Paul Lovens

    1/ Yes Bishop... Yes, Yes!                                           6:34
    2/ Variations On G                                                   1:11
    3/ All The Things You Are (Paraphrase Dvs/Pi)                        1:28
    4/ Tantrum                                                           9:08
    5/ Ayre                                                              2:34
    6/ Bang In...                                                        1:37
    7/ Bird Of The Year                                                  5:24
    8/ Compression                                                       6:05
    9/ Glow                                                              3:23
    10/ Singles                                                          1:00
    11/ Insistence                                                       6:48
    12/ It Had To Be                                                     6:16

    Recorded during the Total Music Meeting at Podewil, Berlin on November 2,
    2002

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul 
  Lovens: selected drums and cymbals.

    2004 - A/L/L (Germany), 11 (CD)

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306 - HAN BENNINK: Han Bennink

  This audio companion to the December 2004 issue of the Italian magazine
  MUSICA JAZZ is dedicated to Han Bennink.

  Evan Parker plays on one track in duo with Han Bennink:

    8/ Coyotes Are Eating Pure Bred Poodles In Beverly Hills 
									 2:23 

    2004 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1162 (CD)

  Note: This Han Bennink compilation (14 tracks, 3 previously unreleased) is
  an audio companion to the December 2004 issue of the Italian magazine MUSICA
  JAZZ, and was also given away to the subscribers of the Swiss label Intakt.

  See THE GRASS IS GREENER (2002) for further references on (8).

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307 - EVAN PARKER WITH BIRDS: FOR STEVE LACY: Evan Parker

    1/ [untitled]                                                       11:00
    2/ [untitled]                                                        8:29
    3/ [untitled]                                                        4:58
    4/ [untitled]                                                       15:07

    Recorded at Gateway Studios

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; John Coxon: soundscapes from birdsongs; Ashley
  Wales: soundscapes from birdsongs.

    2005 (?) - Treader (UK), trd001 (CD)

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308 - TRIO WITH INTERLUDES: John Coxon, Evan Parker, Mark Sanders, Ashley
  Wales

    1/ [untitled]                                                        4:14
    2/ [untitled]                                                        1:03
    3/ [untitled]                                                        7:42
    4/ [untitled]                                                        1:13
    5/ [untitled]                                                        8:33
    6/ [untitled]                                                        1:30
    7/ [untitled]                                                        7:02
    8/ [untitled]                                                        0:41
    9/ [untitled]                                                        7:53
    10/ [untitled]                                                       4:50
    11/ [untitled]                                                       2:48
    12/ [untitled]                                                       1:10
    13/ [untitled]                                                       3:22

    Recorded at Gateway Studios

  John Coxon: Roland MKS 80, piano, harpsichord, National Trojan guitar, rive-
  ted tambour; Evan Parker: tenor; Mark Sanders: drums, percussion; Ashley
  Wales: piano, bass drum, riveted tambour, flannel.

    2005 (?) - Treader (UK), trd002 (CD)

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309 - SONG FOR KENNY: Kenny Wheeler

  This audio companion to the April 2005 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ is
  dedicated to Kenny Wheeler.

  Evan Parker plays on one track:

    4/ Mai We Go Round				(Kenny Wheeler)

    2005 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1165 (magazine+CD)

  See AROUND 6 (1980) for further references on (4).

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310 - SHORT STORIES: Evan Parker and September Winds

    1/ Anton Au Gare (1)                                                 2:13
    2/ Anton Au Gare (2)                                                 2:04
    3/ Horn Choir                                                        2:18
    4/ Echoes & Shadows                                                  3:16
    5/ Lower Westside                                                    2:46
    6/ Moorhuhnjagd                                                      1:10
    7/ No MPs! (1)                                                       1:00
    8/ No MPs! (2)                                                       2:24
    9/ Foghorns (1)                                                      1:01
    10/ Foghorns (2)                                                     1:08
    11/ Distant Voices                                                   5:12
    12/ Insects (Part III)                                               2:04
    13/ Taragotic VI                                                     2:56
    14/ Taragotic IV                                                     3:11
    15/ Twelve                                                           3:40
    16/ Ungeziefer                                                       1:57
    17/ Woodbones I-IV                                                   3:34
    18/ Blackbone                                                        2:32
    19/ Heavy Metal I-III                                                4:39
    20/ Anton Au Gare (3)                                                1:44
    21/ Anton Au Gare (4)                                                1:38
    22/ Anton Au Gare (5)                                                1:32
    23/ Fresh Ending                                                     0:44

    Recorded at Hardstudio Winterthur, Switzerland on October 3, 2004

  Hans Anliker: trombone; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano, contrabass saxophone 
  (tubax); Peter A. Schmid: bass clarinet, Eb clarinet, contrabass saxophone
  (tubax), tarogato; Reto Senn: clarinet, bass clarinet, tarogato; Jurg 
  Solothurnmann: alto, soprano.             

    2005 - Leo Records (UK), LR 428 (CD)

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311 - OORT-ENTROPY: Barry Guy & New Orchestra

    1/ Oort - Entropy Part I                                            18:36
    2/ Oort - Entropy Part II                                           18:22
    3/ Oort - Entropy Part III                                          14:08

    Recorded at SWR Studio, Baden Baden (Germany) in May/July 2004

  Barry Guy: bass; Agustí Fernández: piano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Mats
  Gustafsson: baritone saxophone, fluteophone; Hans Koch: bass clarinet;
  Johannes Bauer: trombone; Herb Robertson: trumpet, flugelhorn; Per Åke
  Holmlander: tuba; Paul Lytton: percussion; Raymond Strid: percussion.

    2005 - Intakt Record (Switzerland), 101 (CD)

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312 - CREVULATIONS: Stan Tracey, Evan Parker

    1/ Bendalingo's dream                                               20:14
    2/ Crevulation                                                       9:37
    3/ The Sreatham walk                                                 7:27
    4/ Babazuf                                                          14:39

    Recorded live during the Appleby Jazz Festival, England on July 24, 2004

  Stan Tracey: piano; Evan Parker: tenor.

    2005 - Psi Recordings (UK), 05.04 (CD)

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313 - FREE ZONE APPLEBY 2004

    1/ Duo-1 					(Ryan, Wachsmann)	11:34
    2/ Trio-1 					(Parker, Guy, Lytton)    7:24
    3/ Duo-2 					(Guy, Ryan)		 6:29
    4/ Trio-2 					(EP,PL,PW)		 6:45
    5/ Duo-3 					(Lytton, Ryan)		11:41
    6/ Trio-3 					(Parker, Guy, Wachsmann) 8:39
    7/ Duo-4 					(Parker, Ryan) 		18:20
    8/ Trio-4 					(Guy, Lytton, Wachsmann) 7:56

    Recorded in Ancient Space, St Michael's Church (Appleby, UK) on July 25,
    2004

  Barry Guy (2,3,6,8): bass; Paul Lytton (2,4,5,8): percussion; Evan Parker 
  (2,4,6,7): soprano; Joel Ryan (1,3,5,7): live processing; Philipp Wachsmann
  (1,4,6,8): violin, electronics.

    2005 - Psi Recordings (UK), 05.05 (CD)

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314 - HORN_BILL: various artists

    Recorded at 291 Gallery, Hackney (London, UK) on January 9, 2005

  John Butcher; Nathaniel Catchpole; Kai Fagaschinski; Lou Gare; Evan Parker;
  Seymour Wright.

    2005 - Matchless Recordings (UK), 63 (2xCD)

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315 - COMPOSITION NO. 62 COMPILATION IV: Simon H. Fell

  Part 1:
    1/ Prelude                                                           2:41
    2/ Gruppen Scale 1                                                   7:10
    3/ Gruppen Expression                                                3:06
    4/ Harrison's Blocks 1                                               7:12
    5/ Lydian Panels 1                                                   4:49
    6/ Contrabassoon Concertino Construct                                3:38
    7/ Interlude 1: Quartet                                              4:24
  Part 2:
    8/ Stockhausen Mancini Head                                          7:22
    9/ Oror Construct                                                    3:02
    10/ Gruppen Modulor 3a                                               4:59
    11/ Lydian Panels 2                                                  2:25
    12/ Mancini Gruppen                                                  1:54
    13/ Interlude 2: Quartet                                             4:02
  Part 3:
    14/ Lydian Panels 3                                                 10:56
    15/ Gruppen Scale 2                                                  4:49
    16/ Harrison's Blocks 2                                              5:49
    17/ Coda                                                             1:22

    Recorded at various locations between November 2002 and April 2005

  Alex Ward: clarinet, piano; Clive Bell: shakuhachi; Mick Beck: bassoon, con-
  trabassoon; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Damien Royannais: soprano, bass
  saxophone; Roland Ramanan: trumpet; Angharad Davies: violin; Philipp
  Wachsmann: violin; B. J. Cole: pedal steel guitar; Rhodri Davies: harp;
  Simon H. Fell: double bass, keyboards, electronics, conductor; Steve Noble:
  drum kit, percussion; Philip Joseph: theremin; Leeds University Postgraduate
  Improvisation Ensemble; Anglia Sinfonia; Anglia X Ensemble.

    2005 - Bruce's Fingers (UK), BF57 (CD)

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316 - THE ELEVENTH HOUR: Evan Parker Electro-Acoustic Ensemble

    1/ Shadow Play                                                      17:29
    2/ The Eleventh Hour Part 1                                         12:52
    3/ The Eleventh Hour Part 2                                          9:33
    4/ The Eleventh Hour Part 3                                         12:02
    5/ The Eleventh Hour Part 4                                         15:32
    6/ The Eleventh Hour Part 5                                          5:28

    Recorded at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (UK) in November 
    2004

  Evan Parker: soprano, voice; Philipp Wachsmann: violin, live electronics;
  Paul Lytton: percussion, live electronics; Agustí Fernández: piano, prepared
  piano; Adam Linson: bass; Lawrence Casserley: signal processing instrument,
  persussion, voice; Joel Ryan: sample and signal processing; Walter Prati:
  computer processing; Richard Barrett: sampling keyboard, live electronics;
  Paul Obermayer: sampling keyboard, live electronics; Marco Vecchi: sound
  projection.

    2005 - ECM (Germany), ECM 1924 (CD)

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317 - TOWNORCHESTRAHOUSE: Paal Nilssen-Love

    1/ Town                                                             32:41
    2/ Orchestra                                                        29:26
    3/ House                                                             8:40

    Recorded at the Kongsberg Jazzfestival 2002, Byorkesterets Hus in 2002

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Sten Sandell: piano; Ingebrigt Håker Flaten:
  bass; Paal Nilssen-Love: drums, percussion.

    2005 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF041 (CD)

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318 -  GLOSSOLALIA: Charles Farrell, Evan Parker

    1/ [untitled]                                                       44:57
    2/ [untitled]                                                       26:47

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London on December 14-15, 2004

  Charles Farrell: piano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano.

    2005 - World Tribe (UK), 2961 (CD)

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319 - HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL: Charles Farrell

    1/ He Was Barking At The Two Men Who Were Gambling In The Dark:
       Music Mix                                                        13:59
    2/ He Was Barking At The Two Men Who Were Gambling In The Dark:
       Text Mix                                                         13:59
    3/ In Puerto Rico                                                    1:57
    4/ The Killers: Equal Mix                                            3:52
    5/ The Killers: Music Mix                                            3:52
    6/ The Killers: Text Mix                                             3:52
    7/ Problems For Freddie                                              6:24
    8/ You Can't Blame Us                                                3:58

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London and Springs Theatre, Florida on
    November 2004 - April 2005

  Charles Farrell: piano; Evan Parker (1,2,4-6,8): soprano, tenor; John 
  Stephan: programming.
  
    2005 - World Tribe (UK), 3067 (CD)

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320 - NAAN TSO: Foxes Fox

    1/ Naan Tso                                                         30:58
    2/ Slightly Foxed                                                    8:43   
    3/ Reinecke Gefettet                                                13:56
    4/ Renard Pale                                                      15:24

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London (UK) on October 27, 2004

  Evan Parker: tenor; Steve Beresford (1,3,4): piano; John Edwards: bass; 
  Louis Moholo: percussion.

    2005 - Psi Recordings (UK), 05.07 (CD)

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321 - STUDY II/STRINGER: Barry Guy and the London Jazz Composers Orchestra

    1/ Study II
    2/ Stringer (Four Pieces for Orchestra)

    (1) recorded at Radio Studio DRS, Zürich (Switzerland) on February 2, 1991
    (2) recorded in London in March 1980

  Barry Guy: bass; Irène Schweizer (1): piano; Henry Lowther (1): trumpet; 
  Marc Charig (1): trumpet; Jon Corbett (1): trumpet; Conrad Bauer (1): trom-
  bone; Radu Malfatti (1): trombone; Alan Tomlinson: trombone; Steve Wick (1): 
  tuba; Trevor Watts: reeds; Evan Parker: reeds; Simon Picard (1): reeds; Paul 
  Dunmall (1): reeds; Peter McPhail (1): reeds, flute; Philipp Wachsmann: 
  violin; Barre Phillips (1): bass; Paul Lytton (1): percussion; Kenny Wheeler 
  (2): trumpet, flugelhorn; Harry Beckett (2): trumpet, flugelhorn; Dave 
  Spence (2): trumpet, flugelhorn; Paul Rutherford (2): trombone; Paul Nieman 
  (2): trombone; Melvin Poore (2): tuba; Peter Brötzmann (2): saxophone, cla-
  rinet; Larry Stabbins (2): saxophone, clarinet; Tony Coe (2): saxophone, 
  clarinet; Howard Riley (2): piano; Peter Kowald (2): bass; Tony Oxley (2): 
  percussion; John Stevens (2): percussion.

    2005 - Intakt (Switzerland), 095 (CD)

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322 - LE CHRONATOSCAPHE: various artists

  This 3xCD set features Jacques Thollot (1), Tony Hymas (1,17,45,54,58,70,76,
  80,86,102,106), Noël Akchoté (1,30,79), Claude Tchamitchian (1), Henry 
  Lowther (1,76), Michael Lewis (3), Adam Linz (3), JT Bates (3), Violeta
  Ferrer (5,15,36,112), Tony Coe (5,19,28,36,40,53,54,58,84,92,94), François
  Tusques (5,36,112), Alan Hacker (7,38), Karen Evans (7), Lol Coxhill (9,21,
  25,28,30,36,53,68,94), Stan Greig (9), Günter Sommer (11), Ernst Ludwig
  Petrowsky (11), Ulrich Gumpert (11), Conrad Bauer (11), Michel Doneda (13,
  96), Hugh Burns (13,17), Laurence Cottle (13), Stuart Elliott (13,17),
  Raymond Boni (15,66), John Trudell (17), Jeff Beck (17), Denis Levaillant
  (19), Kenny Wheeler (19), Yves Robert (19), Barre Phillips (19), Pierre
  Favre (19), Pat Thomas (21,90), Jac Berrocal (23), Daunik Lazro (23), Sylvia
  Hallett (23), Pierre Bastien (23), Tony Marsh (23), Carol McGovern (23), The
  Recedents (25), Mike Cooper (25,30), Roger Turner (25), Joëlle Léandre (26),
  Irène Schweizer (26), The Melody Four (28,53,94), Steve Beresford (28,38,40,
  51,53,56,64,88,92,94,98), Yves Rochard (28), Hélène Labarrière (30,90), 
  Erick Borelva (30,90), Louis Sclavis (32), François Mechali (34), Beb Guérin
  (34), Sylvain Kassap (36), David Toop (38,51,98), Kazuko Hohki (40,62,88),
  Jean Mereu (40), Cyril Lefebvre (40), Olly Blanchflower (40), Jean-Pierre
  Arnoux (40), Steve Argüelles (40), Jef Lee Johnson (43,72,80,86,104), Sonny
  Thompson (43,86), Michael Bland (43,86), Barney Bush (45,70,106), Evan
  Parker (45,106), Jean-François Pauvros (45,47,106), Jonathan Kane (45,70,
  106), Geraldine Barney (45,106), Stan Sulzman (47), Sabu Bhugobaun (47), 
  Julian Fenton (47), Frank Ricotti (47), The Lonely Bears (49,110), 
  Alterations (51), Peter Cusack (51,62), Terry Day (51,64,66,92), Chris 
  Laurence (54,58), Lis Perry (58), David Cox (58), British Summer Time Ends
  (60), Kahondo Style (62), Sianed Jones (62), Alan Tomlinson (62), Clive Bell
  (62), Stuart Jones (62), Steve Noble (62), Deb'bora (64,92), Max Eastley 
  (66), Mike Adcock (68), Merle Tendoy (70), Hamid El Kasri (72), Chico Huff
  (72), Ted Thomas Jr (72), Denis Colin (74,82), Regis Huby (74), Didier Petit
  (74), Camel Zekri (74), Pablo Cueco (74), Sam Rivers (76), Nathalie Richard
  (78,90), François Corneloup (80), David King (80), Gwen Matthews (82), Ali
  Farka Toure (84), John Barclay (84), Al Downey (84), Stuart Brooks (84),
  Malcolm Griffiths (84), Michel Portal (86), Geoffroy de Masure (90), Tonie
  Marshall (98), John Zorn (98), Arto Lindsay (100), Roli Mosiman (100), Clint
  Ruin (100), Lucy Hamilton (100), Eric Kamau Gravatt (102), Billy Peterson 
  (102), Happy Apple (108), Un Drame Musical Instantané (111).
    
  Evan Parker plays on two tracks with Tony Hymas:
    
    45/ Riding Oklahoma                                                  4:49
    106/ Left For Dead (Part 2)                                          5:56

    2005 - Nato (France), nato 574 (3xCD+book)

  See LEFT FOR DEAD (1994) for further references on (45,106).

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323 - CUNEIFORM RECORDS: various artists

  This audio companion to the November 2005 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ
  features Elton Dean (1), Soft Machine (2), Gary Windo (3,4), John Surman 
  (5), Yo Miles! (6), Graham Collier (7), Brotherhood of Breath (8,9), The 
  Claudia Quintet (10), Mujician (11), The Muffins (12), Hugh Hopper (13), 
  Curlew (14), Nucleus (15). 

  Evan Parker plays on two tracks with Brotherhood of Breath:

    8/ Andromeda 				(Brotherhood of Breath)  4:09
    9/ Do It 					(Brotherhood of breath)  3:23

    2005 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1172 (magazine+CD)

  See BREMEN TO BRIDGWATER (2004) for further references on (8,9).

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324 - IN REAL TIME: Curran, Centazzo, Parker

    1/ In Real Time #1				(AC, AC, EP)		 6:45
    2/ In Real Time #2				(AC, AC, EP)		13:59
    3/ In Real Time #3				(AC, AC, EP)		 8:08
    4/ In Real Time #4				(AC, AC, EP)		 6:37
    5/ In Real Time #5				(AC, AC, EP)		17:19
    6/ In Real Time #6				(AC, AC, EP)		 6:19

    Recorded live in Rome, Italy on December 12 & 13, 1977 and at Teatro
    Comunale, Pistoia (Italy) on December 14, 1977
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Alvin Curran: synthesizer, piano, trumpet; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; 
  Andrea Centazzo: percussion, percussion synthesizer.

    2005 - Ictus (USA), ICTUS 124 (CD)

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325 - BLOCKS OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE UNBROKEN CONTINUUM: various artists

  This video companion to the book edited by Brian Marley and Mark Wastell
  features live concert performances from Keith Rowe (1), Evan Parker (2),
  Birdyak (Bob Cobbing, Lol Coxhill, Hugh Metcalfe, Jennifer Pike) (3), John
  Tilbury (4), Anton Lukoszevieze & Eddie Prévost (5), Broken Consort (Matt 
  Davis, Rhodri Davies, Mark Wastell) (6), Jerome Notinger (7), John Butcher
  (8), Tetuzi Akiyama (9), Nmperign (Greg Kelley and Bhob Rainey) (10).

    2/ [untitled]				(Evan Parker)		12:43

    (2) filmed at St Michael and All Angels, Chiswick (London) on October 11,
    2001

  Evan Parker.

    2005 - Sound 323 (UK), dvd3231 (book+DVD)

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326 - HIGH DANGER VOLTAGE - INTRODUCTION TO ICTUS RECORDS' 30TH ANNIVERSARY
  COLLECTION: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Tao                                      (Steve Lacy)             4:56
    2/ Back To The Future                                                6:57
    3/ Bone (Tao 3)                             (Steve Lacy)             5:48
    4/ The Gipsy Part One                                                8:03
    5/ Lost In The Mist                                                  6:57
    6/ The New Moon                             (Steve Lacy)             6:01
    7/ The Innsbruck Session                                             5:13
    8/ Drop Two                                                          4:16
    9/ O Ce Biel Cisciel Da Udin                                         3:00
    10/ Live In Woodstock                                                5:33
    11/ NY Sextet Improvisation                                          4:00
    12/ In Real Time #6                                                  6:19

    (1) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in November 1984
    (2) recorded live at Tonic, New York City in April 2005
    (3) recorded live in Udine, Italy on December 5, 1976
    (4) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in July 1983
    (5) recorded live at Alassio Jazz Festival, Alassio (Italy) on July 5,
    1982
    (6) recorded live in Casarsa, Udine (Italy) on February 20, 1976
    (7) recorded at Krinzinger Gallery, Innsbruck (Austria) in January 1983
    (8) recorded at Centazzo Studio Moruzzo, Italy on April 3 & 4, 1997
    (9) recorded At Walden Studios, Carmel Highlands (USA) in December 1978
    (10) recorded live at Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (USA) in December
    1980
    (11) recorded live at WKCR Radio Station, New York City on November 7,
    1978
    (12) recorded live in Rome, Italy
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion, drum set, vocals, digital percussion, sampling;
  Steve Lacy (1,3,6): soprano, bird calls, pocket synthesizer; Anthony Coleman
  (2): piano; Marco Cappelli (2): guitars; Kent Carter (3): bass; Carlos
  Zingaro (4,5): violin; Franz Koglmann (5,7): flugelhorn, trumpet; Gianluigi
  Trovesi (5): bass clarinet, alto; Radu Malfatti (5): trombone; Carlo Actis
  Dato (5): bass clarinet, baritone saxophone; Roberto Ottaviano (5): soprano;
  Sauro D'Angelo (5): clarinet, alto; Roberto Manuzzi (5): soprano; Andrea
  Anzola (5): French horn; Roberto Bartoli (5): bass; Stefano Ferri (5): bass;
  Franco Feruglioi (5): bass; Bruno Cabassi (5): xylophone, percussion;
  Gianpaolo Salbego (5): percussion; Guido (5): percussion; Lol Coxhill (7):
  soprano; Derek Bailey (8): guitar; Rova Saxophone Quartet (9): Larry Ochs
  (tenor, soprano), Jon Raskin (baritone saxophone, alto, soprano, clarinet),
  Bruce Ackley (clarinet, soprano), Andrew Voigt (alto, soprano, flute); Tom
  Cora (10,11): cello; Polly Bradfield (11): violin; Eugene Chadbourne (11):
  guitars; Toshinori Kondo (11): trumpet; John Zorn (11): reeds; Alvin Curran
  (12): synthesizer, piano, trumpet; Evan Parker (12): soprano, tenor.

    2006 - Ictus (USA), 140 (CD)

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327 - ANTWERP 1988 SUITE FOR JOHNNY MBIZO DYANI: Fast Colour              

    1/ Now Time                                 (Stevens)                5:16
    2/ Way It Goes                              (Stevens)               12:23
    3/ John Dyani's Gone                        (Stevens)                8:53
    4/ Don't Throw It Away                      (Stevens)               12:35
    5/ Mbizo                                    (Stevens)                5:17
    6/ Way It Goes/Now Time                     (Stevens)                7:11

    Recorded live in Antwerp on August 5, 1988

  Pinise Saul: vocals; Dudu Pukwana: alto, soprano; Evan Parker: tenor; Harry
  Beckett: trumpet; Annie Whitehead: trombone, vocals; Nick Stephens: bass;
  John Stevens: drums.

    2006 - Loose Torque (UK), LT 001 (CR-R)

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328 - CROSSING THE RIVER: Evan Parker Octet

    1/ Octet 1 								23:41
    2/ Quintet 								10:25
    3/ Trio 1 								 3:00
    4/ Trio 2 								 5:45
    5/ Trio 3 								 6:40
    6/ Duo 								 7:05
    7/ Octet 2 								19:18
    8/ Octet 3 								 0:40

    Recorded at Gateway Studios, London (UK) on May 2, 2005

  Neil Metcalfe: flute; John Rangecroft: clarinet; Evan Parker: tenor; Philipp                
  Wachsmann: violin; Marcio Mattos: cello; John Edwards: bass; John Russell:
  guitar; Agustí Fernández: piano.

    2006 - Psi (UK), 06.02 (CD)

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329 - REBELS, TRAVELERS AND IMPROVISERS: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ The Breghenz Session						13:07
    2/ Church Music #1 							10:03
    3/ Church Music #2 							10:34
    4/ Church Music #3 							 5:02
    5/ The Innsbruck Session #1 					 5:13 
    6/ The Innsbruck Session #2 					 8:44 
    7/ Rebels, Travelers & Improvisers 					15:20 

    (1) recorded at the Breghenz Jazz Festival, Breghenz (Austria) in July 
    1983
    (2-4) recorded at San Martino Church, Pistoia (Italy) in July 1977
    (5,6) recorded at Krinzinger Gallery, Innsbruck (Austria) in January 1983
    (7) recorded in Modena, Italy in June 1978

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion, electronics; John Fisher (1): piano; Teo 
  Jorgesmann (1): clarinet; Melvin Poore (1): tuba; Evan Parker (2-4,7): 
  tenor; Martin Joseph (2-4): electric piano; Eugenio Colombo (2-4): alto, 
  flute; Lol Coxhill (5,6): soprano; Franz Koglmann (5,6): trumpet, flugel-
  horn; Lester Bowie (7): trumpet; Alvin Curran (7): piano, synthesizer; 
  Giancarlo Schiaffini (7): trombone; Tony Oxley (7): percussion.

    2006 - Ictus (USA), 132 (CD)

  Note: this record is part of a 12xCD box set.

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330 - FREE ZONE APPLEBY 2005: various artists

    1/ Red Earth Trio-1                                                 12.55
    2/ Red Earth Quartet-1                                              20:13
    3/ Red Earth Trio-2                                                 11:38
    4/ Red Earth Trio-3                                                 14:06
    5/ Red Earth Nonet                                                  15:42

    Recorded in Ancient Space, St Michael's Church, Appleby on July 31, 2005

  Kenny Wheeler (1,5): trumpet; Paul Rogers (1,5): bass; Tony Levin (1,2,4,5): 
  drums; Evan Parker (2,5): soprano; Gerd Dudek (2,3,5): tenor; John Edwards 
  (2,3,5): bass; Tony Marsh (3,5): drums; Paul Dunmall (4,5): saxophones; 
  Philipp Wachsmann (4,5): violin, electronics.
  
    2006 - Psi (UK), 06.06 (CD)

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331 - TIME LAPSE: Evan Parker

    1/ Ak-Kok-Deer
    2/ Monkey's Fist
    3/ Threnody For Steve Lacy
    4/ Gees Bend
    5/ Those Doggone Dogon
    6/ Time Lapse
    7/ Pulse And The Circulation Of The Blood
    8/ Organ Point
    9/ The Burden Of Time
    10/ Alone On A Long Hard Road
    11/ Chorus After Alaric 1 Or 2 For Gavin Bryars

  Evan Parker: saxophone, organ.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8026 (CD)
    
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332 - ZAFIRO: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ Zafiro 								52:04

    Recorded live at l'Auditori, Barcelona (Spain) on March 25, 2006

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: drums, percus-
  sion.

    2006 - Maya Recordings (UK), MCD0602 (CD)

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333 - WINTERREISE:  Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ Winterreise 1                                                    46:25
    2/ Winterreise 2                                                    20:26

    (1) recorded live at The Loft, Koln (Germany) on December 5, 2005
    (2) recorded live at The Loft, Koln (Germany) on December 6, 2004

  Evan Parker: tenor; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul Lovens: per-
  cussion.

    2006 - Psi (UK), psi 06.10 (CD)
    2010 - Psi (UK), psi 06.10 (CD)

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334 - TOP JAZZ 2006: various artists

  This audio companion to the ??? 2006 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ fea-
  tures Stefano Bollani (1), Gianluca Petrella (2), Louis Moholo Octet (3), 
  Andrew Hill (4), Egea Orchestra (5), Cuong Vu Trio with Bill Fisell (6), 
  Buster Williams with Wayne Shorter (7), Lester Young (8), Giancarlo Tossani
  Synapsert (9). 

    3/ Amaxesha Osizi (Times Of Sorrow) 	(Louis Moholo Octet)

    2006 - Musica Jazz (Italy), ??? (magazine+CD)

  See SPIRITS REJOICE! (1978) for further references on (3).

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335 - COMPOSITION/IMPROVISATION NOS. 1, 2 & 3: Roscoe Mitchell

  Composition/Improvisation Nos. 1, 2 & 3:
    1/ I (13.36)
    2/ II (04.07)
    3/ III (18.35)
    4/ IV (05.42)
    5/ V (03.54)
    6/ VI (03.17)
    7/ VII (09.12)
    8/ VIII (14.48)
    9/ IX (05.57)

    Recorded live at Muffathalle, Munich (Germany) on September 11, 2004

  The Transatlantic Art Ensemble: Roscoe Mitchell (soprano), Evan Parker (te-
  nor, soprano), Anders Svanoe (alto, baritone saxophone), Corey Wilkes (trum-
  pet, flugelhorn), John Rangecroft (clarinet), Neil Metcalfe (flute), Nils 
  Bultmann (viola), Philipp Wachsmann (violin), Marcio Mattos (cello), Craig 
  Taborn (piano), Jaribu Shahid (bass), Barry Guy (bass), Tani Tabbal (drums, 
  percussion), Paul Lytton (drums, percussion).

    2007 - ECM (Germany), ECM 171 6989 (ECM 1872) (CD)

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336 - MUSIC FROM COLOURDOME: Lawrence Casserley, Simon Desorgher

    Recorded at the ColourDome, Exeter (UK) in July 2006

  Lawrence Casserley: signal processing instrument; Simon Desorgher: flute, 
  bass flute; Evan Parker: soprano; David Stevens: computer processing; 
  Philipp Wachsmann: violin.

    2007 - Psi (UK), 07.01 (CD)

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337 - LA LUMIÈRE DE PIERRES: François Houle, Evan Parker, Benoît Delbecq

    1/ Stone Through Sunlight                                           18:04
    2/ Moonlight Through Stone                                          16:44
    3/ Stone On Stone                                                   10:55

    Recorded at the Chapelle Historique du Bon Pasteur, Montreal (Canada) on
    October 9, 2005

  François Houle: clarinets; Evan Parker: tenor; Benoît Delbecq: prepared
  piano.

    2007 - Psi (UK), psi 07.02 (CD)

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338 - MUSIC FROM COLOURDOME: Lawrence Casserley, Simon Desorgher

    1/ Music From ColourDome 1                                           8:02
    2/ Music From ColourDome 2                                          10:05
    3/ Music From ColourDome 3                                           7:40
    4/ Music From ColourDome 4                                          10:59
    5/ Music From ColourDome 5                                           8:46
    6/ Music From ColourDome 6                                          15:05

    Recorded in concert at ColourDome Exeter on July 22, 2006

  Lawrence Casserley: signal processing instrument; Simon Desorgher: flute,
  bass flute; Evan Parker: soprano; David Stevens: computer processing;
  Philipp Wachsmann: violin.

    2007 - Psi (UK), psi 07.01 (CD)

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339 - CONSCIOUSLY: Cornelius Cardew/People Liberation Music/Fight Back Band

    11/ The Blackleg Miner                      (Cardew)		 3:58

  John Hewitt (11): vocals; John Marcangelo (11): drums, clavinet; Evan Parker
  (11): soprano; Laurie Baker (11): synthesizer, bass.

    2007 - Musicnow (UK), MNCD 009 (CD)

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340 - FREE ZONE APPLEBY 2006: various artists

    1/ Favourite Fruit Trio 1                                            4:34
    2/ Favourite Fruit Trio 2                                            9:14
    3/ Favourite Fruit Duo 1                                             3:47
    4/ Favourite Fruit Quartet                                          12:05
    5/ Favourite Fruit Duo 2                                             9:23
    6/ Favourite Fruit Trio 3                                            8:39
    7/ Favourite Fruit Trio 4                                            6:52
    8/ Favourite Fruit Duo 3                                             6:58
    9/ Favourite Fruit Trio 5                                           11:46
    10/ Favourite Fruit Duo 4                                            4:41

    Recorded in Ancient Space, St Michael's Church, Appleby (UK) on July 30,
    2006

  Evan Parker (1,4,6,8): soprano, tenor; Philipp Wachsmann (1,3,5,7,9): vio-
  lin, electronics; Alexander von Schlippenbach (1,4,10): piano; Rudi Mahall
  (2,5,7): bass clarinet; Aki Takase (2,3,6,10): piano; Paul Lovens (2,4,6,9):
  drums; Paul Rutherford (4,7-9): trombone.

    2007 - Psi Recordings (UK), 07.04 (CD)

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341 - A GLANCING GLOW: Evan Parker, John Edwards, Chris Corsano

    1/ A Glancing Blow                                                  28:31
    2/ Out Of The Pocket                                                47:53

    Recorded at the New Vortex, London (UK) on August 24, 2006

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; John Edwards: bass; Chris Corsano: percussion.                     
  
    2007 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF085 (CD)

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342 - ABBEY ROAD DUOS: Evan Parker, Matthew Shipp

    1/ Tenor Suite I                                                     6:33
    2/ Tenor Suite II                                                    4:02
    3/ Tenor Suite III                                                   6:21
    4/ Tenor Suite IV                                                    5:13
    5/ Alto suite I                                                      5:45
    6/ Alto Suite II                                                     6:56
    7/ Alto Suite III                                                    3:28
    8/ Alto Suite IV                                                     2.34   

    Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London (UK) on July 19, 2006

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Matthew Shipp: piano.              

    2007 - Treader (UK), trd009 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 1000 copies.

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343 - PORTRAIT: Barry Guy

    1/ Ode Part 1 							 9:04
    2/ I Have Crossed By The Grace Of The Boatman 			 5:02
    3/ Harmos 								 7:17
    4/ Agreement 							 7:22
    5/ Sleeping Furiously Part 3					 5:15
    6/ She Took The Sacred Rattle And Used It				 7:23
    7/ Double Trouble							 6:27
    8/ Alar								 3:52
    9/ Odyssey								 7:18
    10/ Veni Creator Spiritus						 5:35
    11/ Inscape - Tableaux Part VII					10:40
    12/ Toujours Rouge							 1:48

    2007 - Intakt (Switzerland), 123 (CD)
 
  See ODE (1973?) for further references on (1),  HARMOS (1989) for (3),
  IMAGINARY VALUES (1994) for (4), THREE PIECES FOR ORCHESTRA (1997) for (5),
  DOUBLE TROUBLE (1990) for (7), STUDIO/LIVE BIRDS AND BLADES (2003) for (8),
  and INSCAPE - TABLEAUX (2001) for (11).

    2007 - Intakt (Switzerland), 123 (CD)

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344 - LIVE AT ROULETTE: Evan Parker, Ned Rothenberg

    1/ Who Asked Racine? 						13:03
    2/ Brew For The Birds 						12:14
    3/ Stick, Twist Or Bust 						10:30
    4/ On Alto On Tenor 						 9:45
    5/ The Artist's Response? 						10:17
    6/ On Core En Cours 						 5:45

    Recorded live at Roulette, New York City on October 10, 2006

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Ned Rothenberg: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet. 

    2007 - Animul (USA), ANI 106 (CD)

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345 - PARALLELISMS: Herb Robertson Trio

    1/ Spore Attic Basement 						17:41
    2/ Trichotomy 							 6:18
    3/ Parallelisms 							10:05
    4/ Susurration 							13:01
    5/ The Living Daylight 						14:03
    6/ Vim Chattering 							 8:16

    Recorded at Jang Linster Studios, Luxembourg on February 23, 2007

  Herb Robertson: trumpet, cornet, soprano hunting horn, vocals; Evan Parker:
  tenor, soprano; Agustí Fernández: extended piano.

    2007 - Ruby Flower Records (USA), RF04 (CD)

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346 - AT THE APPLEBY JAZZ FESTIVAL: Stan Tracey Orchestra

    1/ Feather, Fin And Limb                                             9:21
    2/ Well You Needn't                                                  5:48
    3/ Festival Junction                                                 8:02
    4/ 'Round Midnight                                                   7:49
    5/ Too Good                                                          7:48
    6/ Pajaras Exoticas                                                  6:06
    7/ Epistrophy                                                        7:24
    8/ Pulses                                                            6:24
    9/ Passion Flower                                                    5:04
    10/ The Sixth Day                                                    9:54

    (1,2,4,7,10) recorded at the Appleby Jazz Festival, London (UK) on July
    24, 2004
    (3,5,6,8,9) recorded at the Appleby Jazz Festival, London (UK) on July 29,
    2006

  Stan Tracey: piano; Henry Lowther: trumpet; Mark Armstrong: trumpet; Steve 
  Waterman (1,2,4,7,10): trumpet; Noel Langley (1,2,4,7,10): trumpet; Nathan 
  Bray (3,5,6,8,9): trumpet; Guy Barker (3,5,6,8,9): trumpet; Mark 
  Nightingale: trombone; Adrian Fry: trombone; Roger Williams (1,2,4,7,10):  
  trombone; Andy Wood (3,5,6,8,9): trombone; Peter King: saxophone; Nigel 
  Hitchcock: saxophone; Alan Barnes: saxophone; Andy Panayi (1,2,4,7,10): 
  saxophone; Evan Parker (1,2,4,7,10): saxophone; Simon Allen (3,5,6,8,9): 
  saxophone; Mornington Lockett (3,5,6,8,9): saxophone; Andrew Cleyndert: 
  bass; Clark Terry: drums.

    2007 - Resteamed (UK), RSJ104 (CD)

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347 - TOPOS: Agustí Fernández, Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ Coalescence 							 1:58
    2/ Open Systems							 9:44
    3/ In Praise Of Shadows						 5:20
    4/ Air/Luft								 4:30
    5/ Still Listening							 6:43
    6/ Moon Over BCN							 6:28
    7/ Smart Set							 3:46
    8/ This One Is For Kowald						 6:31
    9/ Inner Silence							 3:51

    Recorded at l'Auditori, Barcelona (Spain) on March 26, 2006

  Agustí Fernández: piano; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass; Paul
  Lytton: percussion.

    2007 - Maya (UK), 0701 (CD)

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348 - GLOBE UNITY - 40 YEARS: The Globe Unity Orchestra

    1/ Globe Unity Forty Years                  (von Schlippenbach)
    2/ Out of Burtons Songbooks                 (Willem Breuker)
    3/ Bavarian Calypso                         (von Schlippenbach)
    4/ Nodago                                   (Kenny Wheeler)
    5/ The Dumps                                (Steve Lacy)
    6/ The Forge                                (von Schlippenbach)

    Recorded at SWR Studio, Baden-Baden, and live at Jazzfest, Berlin on
    November 1, 2, and 4, 2006

  Kenny Wheeler: trumpet, flugelhorn; Manfred Schoof: trumpet, flugelhorn;
  Jean Luc Capozzo: trumpet, flugelhorn; Axel Dörner: trumpet; Evan Parker:
  soprano, tenor; Gerd Dudek: soprano, tenor, clarinet, flute; Ernst-Ludwig
  Petrowsky: alto, clarinet, flute; Rudi Mahall: bass clarinet; George Lewis:
  trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Jeb Bishop: trombone; Johannes Bauer:
  trombone; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul Lovens: drums; Paul
  Lytton: drums.

    2007 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 133 (CD)

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349 - BOUSTROPHEDON: Evan Parker 

  Boustrophedon (In Six Furrows):
    1/ Overture                                                          1:21
    2/ Furrow 1                                                          8:09
    3/ Furrow 2                                                          5:46
    4/ Furrow 3                                                         11:07
    5/ Furrow 4                                                          5:21
    6/ Furrow 5                                                          8:20
    7/ Furrow 6                                                         12:52
    8/ Finale                                                            6:19

    Recorded live at Muffathalle, Munich (Germany) on September 12, 2004

  The Transatlantic Art Ensemble: Evan Parker (soprano), Roscoe Mitchell
  (alto, soprano), Anders Svanoe (alto), Corey Wilkes (trumpet, flugelhorn),
  John Rangecroft (clarinet), Neil Metcalfe (flute), Nils Bultmann (viola),
  Philipp Wachsmann (violin), Marcio Mattos (cello), Craig Taborn (piano),
  Jaribu Shahid (bass), Barry Guy (bass), Tani Tabbal (drums, percussion),
  Paul Lytton (drums, percussion).

    2008 - ECM (Germany), 1873 (CD)

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350 - A LIFE SAVED BY A SPIDER AND TWO DOVES: Max Eastley, Graham Halliwell,
  Evan Parker, Mark Wastell

    1/ A Carp Gives A Lesson In Perseverance                            15:53
    2/ Human Fireflies                                                  14:27
    3/ The Chessboard Cherry Tree                                       16:51

    Recorded at the Church of St. James the Great, Friern Barnet, London (UK) 
    on September 3, 2007

  Max Eastley: arc; Graham Halliwell: computer, electronics; Evan Parker: so-
  prano; Mark Wastell: tam-tam, metal percussion, harmonium.          

    2008 - Another timbre (UK), at06 (CD)

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351 - GOLD IS WHERE YOU FIND IT: Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ Z.D.W.A. 							13:25
    2/ Slightly Flapping 						 2:45
    3/ Amorpha 								 3:22
    4/ Gold Is Where You Find It 					 5:05
    5/ K. SP 								 2:09
    6/ Monkey's Fist 							 5:27
    7/ Lekko 								 1:42
    8/ Cloudburst 							 8:25
    9/ Three In One 							14:50
    10/ The Bells Of St. K. 						 7:00

    Recorded at SWR Studio 1, Baden-Baden (Germany), on June 11 & 12, 2007

  Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: tenor; Paul Lovens: drums.

    2008 - Intakt (Switzerland), 143 (CD)

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352 - FREE ZONE APPLEBY 2007: Paolo Angeli, Evan Parker, Ned Rothenberg

    1/ Shield (Blue) Duo 1 						13:02
    2/ Shield (Blue) Duo 2 						10:55
    3/ Shield (Blue) Trio 1 						 2:50
    4/ Shield (Blue) Trio 2 						 4:52
    5/ Shield (Blue) Trio 3 	 					 7:34
    6/ Shield (Blue) Trio 4 						 7:07
    7/ Shield (Blue) Trio 5 						 3:34
    8/ Shield (Blue) Trio 6 						 7:33

    Recorded in Ancient Space, St Michael's Church, Appleby on July 29, 2007

  Paolo Angeli (1,3-8): Sardinian guitar, electronics; Evan Parker (2-8): so-
  prano, tenor; Ned Rothenberg: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet. 

    2008 - Psi Recordings (UK), 08.04 (CD)

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353 - IMPROVISATIONS FOR GEORGE RISTE: London Improvisers Orchestra

    1/ Improvisations for George Riste 1 				21:17
    2/ Improvisations for George Riste 2 				18:26
    3/ Improvisations for George Riste 3 				11:40
    4/ Improvisations for George Riste 4 				22:03

    (1) recorded at the Red Rose, London (UK) on February 2, 2003
    (2) recorded at the Red Rose, London (UK) on July 6, 2003
    (3) recorded at the Red Rose, London (UK) on August 3, 2003
    (4) recorded at the Red Rose, London (UK) on June 3, 2007

  Roland Ramanan (1,2): trumpet, wooden flute; Ian Smith (1,3,4): trumpet; 
  Neil Metcalfe (1,4): flute; John Rangecroft (1,2,4): clarinet; Harrison 
  Smith (1,2): bass clarinet; Lol Coxhill (1,2,4): soprano; Adrian Northover:
  soprano, alto; Caroline Kraabel (1,3): alto; Evan Parker (1,3): soprano;
  John Butcher (1): tenor; Philipp Wachsmann (1,2): violin; Charlotte Hug (1):
  viola; David Leahy (1,2): bass; B.J. Cole (1): pedal steel guitar; Steve 
  Beresford: piano; Amy Denio (1): accordion, vocals; Tony Marsh: percussion; 
  Orphy Robinson (1): percussion, electronics; Knut Aufermann (1-3): electro-
  nics; Filomena Campus (1): vocals; Harry Beckett (2,3): trumpet; Guillermo
  Torres (2,3): trumpet, flugelhorn; Robert Jarvis (2,3): trombone; Catherine
  Pluygers (2): oboe; Jacques Foschia (2): bass clarinet; Sylvia Hallett (2):
  violin; Marcio Mattos (2,4): cello; Simon H Fell (2,3): bass; Dave Tucker 
  (2-4): guitar; Adam Bohman (2-4): amplified objects; Susanna Ferrar (3,4):
  violin; Annie Lewandowski (3): accordion, musical saw; Pat Thomas (3): elec-
  tronics; Chefa Alonso (4): soprano; Simon Rose (4): alto; Ivor Kallin (4):
  violin, viola; Barbara Meyer (4): cello; John Bisset (4): guitar; Jackie 
  Walduck (4): vibraphone; Javier Carmona (4): percussion.

    2008 - Psi Recordings (UK), 08.06 (CD)

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354 - UP TO EARTH: The Chris McGregor Septet

    1/ Moonlight Aloe				(McGregor)		10:42
    2/ 									 8:34
      2a/ Yickytickee				(McGregor)
      2b/ Union Special				(McGregor)
    3/ Up To Earth				(McGregor)		 7:20
    4/ Years Ago Now				(McGregor, Moholo)	11:20

    Recorded at Sound Techniques, London (UK) during Summer 1969
    Produced by Joe Boyd

  Chris McGregor: piano; John Surman: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Evan
  Parker: tenor; Dudu Pukwana: alto; Mongezi Feza: trumpet; Barre Phillips: 
  bass; Danny Thompson: bass; Louis Moholo: drums. 

    2008 - Fledg'ling (UK), FLED 3069 (CD)

  Note: John Surman is likely to play the soprano part on (2a).

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355 - BELLE VILLE: Townhouse Orchestra

  Disc 1:
    1/ Belleville							44:47
  Disc 2:
    2/ Villebelle							45:10

    Recorded live at Belleville, Oslo (Norway) on February 18, 2007

  Evan Parker: tenor; Sten Sandell: piano; Ingrbrigt Haker Flaken: bass; Paal
  Nilssen-Love: drums.

    2008 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF125 (2xCD)

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356 - MUSIK IN DEUTSCHLAND: FREE JAZZ WEST: various artists

    1/ Axiom					(Manfred Schoof 5tet)	 4:25
    2/ Usable Past				(Peter Brötzmann)	12:26
    3/ We Move					(Gunter Hampel Group)	 8:20
    4/ AEIOU					(Rüdiger Carl)		 6:13
    5 Bonobo II					(Hans Reichel)		 3:31
    6/ Vorwärts					(Goebbels, Harth)	 5:55
    7/ Pink Pong (To Steve Lacy)		(Georg Graewe Quintet)	 4:28
    8/ Witten Blues				(Martin Theurer)	 2:34
    9/ SAM, Where Are You?			(A. Knispel, W. Kellers) 3:45	
    10/ Ciclone					(Schlippenbach Trio)	15:39
    11/ AUM					(Rüdiger Carl)		 2:58
    12/ Ima Samu Dessu (Mi Tsu Ni)		(Peter Kowald)		 2:39
    13/ Trollymog				(Brötzmann, Oliver, 
						Kellers)		 3:36

    (1) recorded in Munich, Germany in December 1966
    (2) recorded at Kungstradgarden, Sweden in August 1967
    (2) recorded at Kungsträdgården, Sweden in August 1967
    (3) recorded in Nederhorst, Netherlands on July 8, 1969
    (4) recorded in Berlin, Germany on January 12, 1972
    (5) recorded in Koln-Godorf, Germany in July 1975
    (6) recorded in Berlin, Germany on October 3, 1976
    (7) recorded at FMP-Studio, Berlin (Germany) on October 3-6, 1977
    (8) recorded at FMP-Studio, Berlin (Germany) on July 13-15, 1979
    (9) recorded in Drensteinfurt, Germany on May 6 & 7, 1981
    (10) recorded at Teatro Verdi Pisa, Italy on June 21, 1981
    (11) recorded at FMP-Studio, Berlin (Germany) on July 22-24, 1986
    (12) recorded at FMP-Studio, Berlin (Germany) in January 1988
    (13) recorded at FMP-Studio, Berlin (Germany) on March 4 & 5, 1989

  Manfred Schoof (1,13): trumpet, flugelhorn; Gerd Dudek (1): tenor; Alexander
  von Schlippenbach (1,10): piano; Buschi Niebergall (1): bass; Jacki 
  Liebezeit (1): drums; Peter Brötzmann (2,13): tenor; Peter Kowald (2,12): 
  bass, vocals; Sven-Åke Johansson (2): drums; Gunter Hampel (3): piano, vi-
  bes, bass clarinet; Jeanne Lee (3): vocals; Willem Breuker (3): alto, tenor,
  bass clarinet, soprano; Arjen Gorter (3): bass; Steve McCall (3): drums; 
  Rüdiger Carl (4,11): tenor, accordion; Günter Christmann (4): trombone; 
  Detlef Schönenberg (4): drums; Hans Reichel (5): guitar; Heiner Goebbels 
  (6): piano; Alfred Harth (6): saxes, clarinet; Horst Grabosch (7): trumpet;
  Harald Dau (7): soprano, tenor; Georg Graewe (7): piano; Hans Schneider (7):
  bass; Achim Krämer (7): drums; Martin Theurer (8): piano; Achim Knispel (9):
  guitar; Willi Kellers (9,13): drums; Evan Parker (10): tenor; Paul Lovens
  (10): drums; Jay Oliver (13): bass.

    2008 - RCA/BMG (Germany), ??? (CD)
    2008 - RCA/BMG (Germany), 4285547 (7xCD)

  Note: this CD is the fourth CD of a 7xCD set called MUSIK IN DEUTSCHLAND
  1950-2000: JAZZ.

  See THE EARLY QUINTET (19??) for further references on (1), KING ALCOHOL 
  (19??) for (4), BONOBO (19??) for (5), HOMMAGE/VIER FÄUSTE FÜR HANNS EISLER
  (19??) for (6), PINK PONG (19??) for (7), MOON MOOD (19??) for (8), 
  EICKENDORFBALLADE (19??) for (9), DETTO FRA DI NOI (1982) for (10), VORN 
  (19??) for (11), OPEN SECRETS (19??) for (12), and IN A STATE OF UNDRESS 
  (19??) for (13).

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357 - MUSIK IN DEUTSCHLAND 1950-2000: NEUE MUSIK IM JAZZ: various artists

    1/ Actions Für Jazzensemble			(Krzystof Penderecki)	 7:54
    2/ Contrareflection				(A. von Schlippenbach)	 7:10
    3/ Mines					(Manfred Schoof)	 8:35
    4/ Bruch					(Wolfgang Dauner)	 4:28
    5/ Ein Abschied Für Jazzensemble 		(Hermann Keller)	 8:08 
    6) Konzertino Für Bläserquintett		(Manfred Schulze)	11:36
    7/ Die Engel - Vier Kurzopern Für Vier Stimmen Und Jazzensemble
						(Ulrich Gumpert)	 7:02
    8/ Elephants And Strings			(Jörg Widmoser)		 6:14
    9/ Song Mécanique				(Michael Riessler)	 4:53
    10/ Allusion Mystérieuse			(Frank Wunsch)		 1:13
    11/ Von Und Zu Schönberg			(Frank Wunsch)		 3:34
    12/ In Memoriam Béla - Sonic Landscapes	(Gregor Hübner)		 7:39

    (1) recorded in 1971
    (2) recorded at Studio 10, Berlin (Germany) on July 10 & 11, 1993
    (3) recorded at Studio Walldorf, Frankfurt/Maine (Germany) on May 2, 1966
    (4) recorded at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (Germany) on September 15 and
    October 1, 1970
    (5) recorded during the New Jazz Festival Moers, Germany on June 3, 1979
    (6) recorded at Rathaus Chalottenburg, Berlin (Germany) on September 9,
    1994
    (7) recorded in Berlin, Germany in September 1989
    (8) recorded at Tonstudio Bernhard Mahne, Germany on September 1-5, 1986
    (9) recorded at Konzertmitschnitt Donaueschinger Musiktage, Germany on
    October 16, 1993
    (10,11) recorded at Bürgerhaus Lage, Germany in March 1994
    (12) recorded at Sound on Sound Studio, New York City on September 25 and
    October 10, 1997

  New Eternal Rhythm Orchestra (1); Albert Mangelsdorff (1): trombone; Manfred
  Schoof (1,3): trumpet; Gerd Dudek (1,3): tenor, soprano; Peter Brötzmann 
  (1): tenor, baritone saxophone; Gunter Hampel (1): flute, bass clarinet; Han 
  Bennink (1): drums, Chinese woodblock, tabla, thum piano; The Berlin 
  Contemporary Jazz Orchestra (2); Thomas Heberer (2): trumpet; Tilman 
  Dehnhard (2): tenor, flute, piccolo; Evan Parker (2): tenor, soprano; Jörg 
  Huke (2): trombone; Utz Zimmermann (2): bass trombone; Aki Takase (2): pia-
  no; Nobuyoshi Ino (2): bass; Paul Lovens (2): drums; Alexander von 
  Schlippenbach (2,3): piano; Buschi Niebergall (3): bass; Jacky Liebezeit 
  (3): drums; Wolfgang Dauner (4): piano, Ringmodulator, Electra-Clavinet C; 
  Eberhard Weber (4): bass, cello, guitar; Fred Braceful (4): percussion, vo-
  cals; Berliner Improvisationsquartett (5); Andreas Altenfelder (5): trom-
  bone; Manfred Schultze (5): baritone saxophone, clarinet; Wilfried 
  Staufenbiel (5): vocals, cello; Hermann Keller (5): piano; Manfred Schulze 
  Bläserquintett (6); Paul Schwingenschlögl (6): trumpet; Manfred Hering (6,
  7): alto, soprano, clarinet; Heiner Reinhardt (6): tenor, soprano; Gert 
  Anklam (6): baritone saxophone; Johannes Bauer (6,7): trombone; Ulrich 
  Gumpert (7): piano; Klaus Koch (7): bass; Günter Sommer (7): drums; Helmut
  Forsthoff (7): tenor; Modern String Quartet (8): Jörg Widmoser (violin),
  Holger Jetter (violin), Andreas Höricht (viola), Jost-H. Hecker (cello);
  Michael Riessler (9): clarinet, bass clarinet, alto; Howard Levy (9): harmo-
  nica; Pierre Charial (9): barrel organ; Renaud Garcia-Fons (9): bass; Robbie
  Ameen (9): drums; Ensemble 13 (9); Lee Konitz (10,11): alto, soprano; Frank
  Wunsch (10,11): piano; Gregor Hubner (12): violin; Richie Beirach (12): pia-
  no; Philharmonia Virtuosi New York (12).

    2008 - RCA/BMG (Germany), ??? (CD)
    2008 - RCA/BMG (Germany), 4285547 (7xCD)

  Note: this CD is the sixth CD of a 7xCD set called MUSIK IN DEUTSCHLAND
  1950-2000: JAZZ.

  See ACTIONS (1973) for further references on (1), THE MORLOCKS AND OTHER 
  PIECES (1994) for (2), VOICES (19??) for (3), ??? (19??) for (6), MOMENTUM
  MOBILE (19??) for (9), INTO IT (19??) for (10,11),

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358 - MAISON HANTÉE: Alexandre Pierrepont, Mike Ladd

  Alexandre Pierrepont; Mike Ladd; Stéphane Gombert; Gymkhana; William Parker;
  Hamid Drake; Roscoe Mitchell; Rob Mazurek; Craig Taborn; Warren Ellis; David
  Murray; Thurston Moore; Gene Moore; Bill Nace; John Moloney; Joe Morris; 
  Jeff Parker; Matana Roberts; Evan Parker; Joshua Abrams; Oscar Pierrepont;
  Alex Deze; Marguerite Ladd.

    2009 - RogueArt (France), 17 (CD)

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359 - THE BREWERY TAP: Evan Parker, Ingebrigt Håker Flaten

    1/ Part 1: Eroica							24:16
    2/ Part 2: Fuggles							10:08
    3/ Part 3: East Kent Goldings					 9:01

    Recorded live at Belleville during the Oslo Jazzfestival, Norway on August
    13, 2007

  Evan Parker: reeds; Ingebrigt Håker Flaten: bass.

    2009 - Smalltown Superjazz (Norway), STSJ160CD (CD)

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360 - C-SECTION: Evan Parker, John Wiese

    1/ The Jist								14:29
    2/ Little Black Book						 2:16
    3/ No Shoes								 4:42
    4/ Dog Cesarean							24:20

    Recorded at Eastcote Studios, London (UK) on May 4, 2008

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; John Wiese: electronics, tapes, MSP.

    2009 - Second Layer Records (UK), SLR 001 (CD)
    2010 - Pan (UK), PAN 9 (LP)

  Note: the vinyl pressing is a limited edition of 330 hand-numbered copies.

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361 - GRACILITY: Laurie Scott Baker

  Disc 1:
    1/ Gracility 							10:57 
    2/ Changing Light 							 8:59 
    3/ Port Of London Atmos 						10:32 
    4/ Camden Sunday Afternoon 						 6:57 
    5/ Breathing Of The City 						 5:49 
    6/ The Northern Line 						 4:37 
    7/ 747 Keithrowe Airport 						 4:03 
    8/ Microphonic 							 7:28 
    9/ Sweat & Tears 							 6:28 
    10/ Who Was That 							 5:20 
    11/ Pibroch 1926 							 2:00 
    12/ Pibroch The Call 						 3:27 
  Disc 2:
    13/ Bass Chants & Cues 						 3:01 
    14/ Jackdaws Ascending 						 8:54 
    15/ Wurlitzer Ramayana 						 3:03 
    16/ Baby Binson Sonar 						 3:25 
    17/ River Thames AM 						 3:47 
    18/ Goldsmiths (Driving) 						 6:38 
    19/ Rotherhithe Approach 						 3:42 
    20/ Futurama Ascends 						 4:13 
    21/ Bubble & Squeak SE14 						 2:20 
    22/ Music Hall Tripping 						 2:45 
    23/ The Scream 							 3:34 
    24/ Coo-ee (Echorec) 						 3:16 
    25/ Winged Dove 						 	 2:27 
    26/ Circle Piece 							 4:56 
    27/ 45 Degrees 							 2:45 
    28/ 90 Degrees 							 4:30 
    29/ 180 Degrees 							 4:43 
    30/ 360 Degrees 							 1:13 
  
    (1-10) recorded at the New Arts Lab, London (UK) in 1969
    (11-12) recorded at Studio 47, London (UK) in 1975
    (13-25) recorded at Goldsmiths College, London (UK) in 1972
    (26-30) recorded at New Arts Lab, London (UK) in 1970
 
  Derek Bailey (1-10): guitar; Keith Rowe (1-10): guitar; Gavin Bryars (1-10):
  bass; Laurie Scott Baker (1-10,13-30): bass; Evan Parker (11-12): soprano;
  Jamie Muir (13-25): drums; John Tilbury (13-25): organ; Scratch Orchestra 
  (26-30): Alec Hill (bass clarinet), Hugh Shrapnel (oboe), Andy Mcay (oboe),
  Chris May (clarinet), Phill Gebbbett (bass clarinet), Ed Fulton (violin), 
  Laurie Scott Baker (bass), Bryn Harris (?), Christopher Hobbs (organ), John
  White (organ), Michael Parsons (soprano).

    2009 - Musicnow (UK), MNCD012 (2xCD)

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362 - LIVE: Marteau Rouge, Evan Parker

    1/ Un 								 6:44
    2/ Deux 								 6:51
    3/ Trois, Tourne Mon Coeur 						 7:05
    4/ Quatre 								 6:40
    5/ Cinq 								14:00
    6/ Six, Au Temps Des Cerises 					10:46
    7/ Dix 								10:14
    8/ Onze, Douze, Quand Tout Sera Rouge 				13:51

    Recorded at Sunset, Paris on January 10, 2008

  Evan Parker: tenor; Jean-François Pauvros: guitars, vocals; Jean-Marc 
  Foussat: VCS3 synthesizer, vocals; Makoto Sato: drums.

    2009 - In Situ (France), IS 242 (CD)

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363 - THE MOMENT'S ENERGY: Evan Parker Electro-Acoustic Ensemble

    1/ I
    2/ II
    3/ III
    4/ IV
    5/ V
    6/ VI
    7/ VII
    8/ Incandescent Clouds

    Recorded in November 2007

  Evan Parker: soprano; Peter Evans: trumpet, piccolo trumpet; Ko Ishikawa: 
  sho; Ned Rothenberg: clarinet, bass clarinet, shakuhachi; Philipp Wachsmann:
  violin, live electronics; Agustí Fernández: piano, prepared piano; Barry 
  Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: percussion, live electronics; Lawrence Casserley:
  signal processing instrument; Joel Ryan: sample and signal processing; 
  Walter Prati: computer processing; Richard Barrett: live electronics; Paul
  Obermayer: live electronics; Marco Vecchi: sound projection.
 
    2009 - ECM (Germany), 2066 (CD)

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364 - RADIO RONDO: Barry Guy London Jazz Composers Orchestra/Irène Schweizer

    1/ Schaffhausen Concert 			(Irène Schweizer) 	15:25
    2/ Radio Rondo 				(Barry Guy) 		30:01

    Recorded at Schaffhausen Jazzfestival, Switzerland on May 21, 2008

  Irène Schweizer (1,2): piano; Barry Guy (2): conductor, bass; Evan Parker
  (2): reeds; Mats Gustafsson (2): reeds; Trevor Watts (2): reeds; Simon
  Picard (2): reeds; Pete McPhail (2): reeds; Conrad Bauer (2): trombone;
  Johannes Bauer (2): trombone; Alan Tomlinson (2): trombone; Henry Lowther
  (2): trumpet; Herb Robertson (2): trumpet; Rich Laughlin (2): trumpet; Per
  Åke Holmlander (2): tuba; Phil Wachsmann (2): violin; Barre Phillips (2):
  bass; Paul Lytton (2): percussion; Lucas Niggli (2): percussion.

    2009 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 158 (CD)

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365 - MANAFON: David Sylvian

    1/ Small Metal Gods 			(DS,WD,CF,MM,BS)	 5:49
    2/ The Rabbit Skinner 			(DS,CF,MM,EP,JR,JT)	 4:42
    3/ Random Acts Of Senseless Violence 	(DS,CF,MM,KR)	 	 7:06
    4/ The Greatest Living Englishman 		(DS,TA,SM,TN,OY)	10:55
    5/ 125 Spheres 				(DS,WD,CF,BS)		 0:29
    6/ Snow White In Appalachia 		(DS,WD,CF,MM,KR)	 6:36
    7/ Emily Dickinson 				(DS,CF,EP,JT)		 6:25
    8/ The Department Of Dead Letters 		(DS,CF,MM,EP,JT)	 2:26
    9/ Manafon 					(DS,WD,CF,MM,KR)	 5:23
  
  David Sylvian (1-5): vocals, guitar, keyboards, electronics; Burkard Stangl
  (1,5): guitar; Werner Dafeldecker (1,3,5,6,9): bass; Michael Moser (1,3,6,
  9): cello; Christian Fennesz (1-3,5-9): laptop, guitar; Toshimaru Nakamura
  (1,4): no-input mixer; Otomo Yoshihide (1,3,4): turntables, guitar; John
  Tilbury (2-4,6-8): piano; Evan Parker (2,7,8): saxophone; Marcio Mattos (2,
  8): cello; Joel Ryan (2,7,8): live signal processing; Keith Rowe (3,6,9):
  guitar; Franz Hautzinger (3,9): trumpet; Tetuzi Akiyama (4): guitars; 
  Sachiko M (4): sine wave sampler.

    2009 - SamadhiSound (EEC), ss016 (CD)
    2009 - SamadhiSound (EEC), sound-lp 002 (2xLP)
    2009 - SamadhiSound (EEC), ss016 dx (CD+DVD)
    2009 (?) - P-Vine Records (Japan), PVCP-8616 (CD)

  Note: the DVD features the film AMPLIFIED GESTURE.

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366 - SET: Evan Parker

    1/ SET Part 1 Intro (studio) 					 5:28
    2/ SET Part 2 (concert) 						39:55
    3/ SET Part 3 (studio) 						 5:02

    Recorded at Donaueschingen, Sporthalle Gewerbliche Schule (Germany) on 
    October 18, 2003

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: tympani, percus-
  sion, live electronics; Lawrence Casserley: signal processing instrument; 
  Walter Prati: live processing; FURT: Richard Barrett (electronics), Paul
  Obermayer (electronics); Marco Vecchi: sound projection.

    2009 - Psi Recordings (UK), 09.09 (CD)

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367 - HOUSE FULL OF FLOORS: Evan Parker

    1/ Three Of A Kind   						 5:52
    2/ Donne's Banjo   							 4:45
    3/ Ca-La-Ba-Son   							11:05
    4/ Figure Dancing   						 6:14
    5/ Aka AK   							 3:09
    6/ Kabala-Sum-Sum-Sum   						12:34
    7/ Shown Jot   							 4:58
    8/ House Full Of Floors   						13:00
    9/ Wind Up   							 2:19

    Recorded in St Peter's, Whitstable (UK) on June 1-3, 2009

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; John Russell: guitar; John Edwards: bass; Aleks
  Kolkowski: viola, saw, wax cylinder recorder.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7632 (CD)

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368 - RELEVANCE: Dave Liebman, Evan Parker, Tony Bianco

    1/ Relevance (1st set) Part 1 					23:46
    2/ Relevance (1st set) Part 2 					12:18
    3/ Relevance (2nd set) Part 1 					27:27
    4/ Relevance (2nd set) Part 2 					10:02

    Recorded at The Vortex, London (UK) on January 27, 2008

  Dave Liebman: soprano, tenor, indian bamboo flute; Evan Parker: soprano, 
  tenor; Tony Bianco: drums. 

    2010 - Red Toucan (Canada), RT 9338 (CD)

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369 - WHITSTABLE SOLO: Evan Parker

    1/ Whitstable Solo 1 						 9:30
    2/ Whitstable Solo 2 						 4:22
    3/ Whitstable Solo 3 						 6:45
    4/ Whitstable Solo 4 						 6:23
    5/ Whitstable Solo 5 					 	 7:48
    6/ Whitstable Solo 6 						 5:18
    7/ Whitstable Solo 7 						 5:27
    8/ Whitstable Solo Alpha-Omega 					15:06
    
    Recorded at St Peter's, Whitstable (UK) on July 1, 2008

  Evan Parker: soprano.

    2010 - Psi Recordings (UK), 10.01 (CD)

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370 - SPACE ELEMENTS VOL II: Rafael Toral

  Rafael Toral; Evan Parker: soprano; Manuel Mota: guitar; Afonso Simoes: 
  drums; Stefano Tedesco: vibraphone; Joao Paulo Feliciano: Rhodes piano; 
  Ruben Costa: digital synthesizer; Sei Miguel: trumpet; Cesar Burago: percus-
  sion; Fala Mariam: trombone; Rute Praca: cello.

    2010 - Taiga (USA), 10 (LP)
    2010 - Staubgold (Germany), digital 5 (CD)

  Note: both pressings (LP and CD) are limited editions of 500 copies.

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371 - NIGHTWORK: LIVE AT THE SUNSET: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ Cohobation				(Parker, Guy, Lytton)	38:41
    2/ Cupellation				(Parker, Guy, Lytton)	22:24

    Recorded live at the Sunset, Paris on January 30, 2010
    Produced by Gérard Terronès

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: drums, percus-
  sion.

    2010 - Marge (France), Marge 46 (CD)

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372 - LIVE IN BERLIN: SOLO/TRIO/GLOBE UNITY: Alexander von Schlippenbach

    1/ Twel Tone Tales 				(von Schlippenbach)	 9:18
    2/ Meo 					(von Schlippenbach)	 6:13
    3/ Marcia Di Saturno 			(von Schlippenbach)	 8:56
    4/ Fast Winds 				(von Schlippenbach)	12:08
    5/ Gold Is Where You Find It 					 8:37
    6/ The Bells Of St. K 						14:38
    7/ Amorpha 								 8:04
    8/ Three in One 							 5:39
    9/ Globe Unity 40 				(von Schlippenbach)	47:27

    Recorded and filmed at Radiosystem V, Berlin (Germany) on September 20, 
    2008

  Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Schlippenbach Trio (5-8): Alexander von 
  Schlippenbach (piano), Evan Parker (soprano, tenor), Paul Lovens (drums);
  Globe Unity Orchestra (9): Evan Parker (reeds), Ernst Ludwig Petrowsky 
  (reeds), Gerd Dudek (reeds), Henrik Walsdorff (reeds), Rudi Mahall (bass
  clarinet), Axel Dörner (trumpet), Jean-luc Cappozzo (trumpet), Manfred
  Schoof (trumpet), Nils Wogram (trombone), Johannes Bauer (trombone), 
  Christof Thewes (trombone), Paul Lovens (drums), Paul Lytton (drums).

    2010 - Jazzwerkstatt (Germany), 2003 (DVD)  

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373 - BAUHAUS DESSAU: Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ Bauhaus 1 							41:16
    2/ Bauhaus 2 							12:24
    3/ Bauhaus 3 							 9:17

    Recorded live at Bauhaus Dessau (Germany) on November 18, 2009 
    Produced by Intakt and Patrik Landolt

  Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Evan Parker: tenor; Paul Lovens: drums.

    2010 - Intakt (Switzerland), 183 (CD) 

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374 - PSALMS: Evan Parker, Sten Sandell

    1/ Psalm 3 								10:24
    2/ Psalm 4 								11:29
    3/ Psalm 2 								 2:28
    4/ Psalm 5 								15:13
    5/ Psalm 6 								 9:17
    5/ Psalm 8 								 6:54

    Recorded at St Peter's, Whitstable (UK) on September 16, 2009

  Evan Parker: tenor; Sten Sandell: church organ.

    2010 - Psi (UK), 10.05 (CD) 

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375 - TWINE: Urs Leimgruber, Evan Parker

    1/ Twine 								25:44
    2/ Twirl 								18:01
    3/ Twist 								22:47

    Recorded at Loft, Köln (Germany) on February 3, 2007

  Urs Leimgruber: tenor, soprano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano. 

    2010 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF194 (CD)

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376 - FULL BLOOM: Uwe Oberg, Evan Parker

    1/ Red, Then Dark Violet 						 8:19
    2/ Amply Spiny 							 5:49
    3/ Alternate 							15:26
    4/ Lightly Odourous 						14:22
    5/ Multiple, At Last Black 						 7:41
    6/ Very Short, Seldom Extended					 5:57

    Recorded live at Kulturforum Wiesbaden, Germany, on June 8, 2008

  Uwe Oberg: piano; Evan Parker: tenor.

    2010 - Jazzwerkstatt (Germany), JW092 (CD)

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377 - SCENES IN THE HOUSE OF MUSIC: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton + 
  Peter Evans 

    1/ Introductions 							 1:14
    2/ Scene 1 								12:11
    3/ Scene 2 								13:13
    4/ Scene 3 								12:21
    5/ Scene 4 								13:48
    6/ Scene 5 								13:34

    Recorded at Casa da Música, Porto (Portugal) on September 12, 2009
    Produced by Evan Parker

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Peter Evans: trumpet; Barry Guy: bass; Paul
  Lytton: drums, percussion. 

    2010 - Clean Feed (Portugal), CF196 (CD)

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378 - BADEN-BADEN '75: Globe Unity Orchestra & Guests

    1/ Marañao 					(Enrico Rava) 		10:31
    2/ U-487 					(Anthony Braxton) 	18:30
    3/ Jahrmarkt 				(Peter Kowald)  	23:38
    4/ Hanebüchen 				(A. von Schlippenbach) 	17:05
    5/ The Forge 				(A. von Schlippenbach)   7:54

    Recorded during the New Jazz Meeting at the Südwestfunk Studios, Baden-
    Baden (Germany) on November 25-27, 1975 
    Produced by Alexander von Schlippenbach and Jost Gebers

  Enrico Rava: trumpet; Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; 
  Anthony Braxton: alto, clarinet; Peter Brötzmann: saxophones & clarinets;
  Rüdiger Carl: alto, tenor; Gerd Dudek: soprano, tenor, flute; Evan Parker:
  soprano, tenor; Michel Pilz: bass clarinet; Günter Christmann: trombone;
  Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone; Paul Rutherford: trombone; Alexander von
  Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald: bass, tuba; Buschi Niebergall: bass;
  Paul Lovens: drums.

    2011 - FMP (Germany), 137 (CD)

  Note: (3) was first released on JAHRMARKT/LOCAL FAIR (1977).
  Note: the CD reissue is also part of a 12xCD box set called IN RETROSPECT.

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379 - AT LATIN QUARTER 1975/77: Alexander von Schlippenbach Quartet

    1/ Black Holes                              (Parker)                11:56
    2/ Three Nails Left, For P.L.               (Lovens)                 4:12
    3/ The Hidden Peak I                        (coll. improvisation)    4:18
    4/ The Hidden Peak II                       (coll. improvisation)    8:13
    5/ The Hidden Peak III                      (coll. improvisation)    5:23
    6/ The Hidden Peak IV                       (coll. improvisation)    5:47
    7/ The Hidden Peak V                        (coll. improvisation)   17:01
  
    (1,2) recorded at "Quartier Latin", Berlin (Germany) on February 2, 1975
    (3-7) recorded at "Quartier Latin", Berlin (Germany) on January 27 & 28,
    1977
    Produced by Jost Gebers

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Alex von Schlippenbach: piano; Peter Kowald:
  bass; Paul Lovens: drums.

    2011 - FMP (Germany), 140 (CD)

  Note: this CD contains the reissue of the complete LP THE HIDDEN PEAK (1977)
  as well as the side 2 of THREE NAILS LEFT (1975).
  Note: the CD reissue is also part of a 12xCD box set called IN RETROSPECT.

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380 - CRY, WANT: Hans Koller

    1/ Nocturne 							 6:23
    2/ Farewell 							 5:07
    3/ Riff Raff 							 6:26
    4/ Estuary 								 4:09
    5/ Hermetique 							 2:35
    6/ Quasimodo 							 3:17
    7/ Reunion 								 9:43
    8/ Cry, Want 							13:00

    Recorded at Eastcote Studios, London (UK) on November 10, 2009

  Percy Pursglove: trumpet; Robbie Robson: trumpet; Jim Rattigan: French horn;
  Mark Nightingale: trombone; Sarah Williams: bass trombone; Finn Peters: 
  alto; Robin Fincker: tenor, clarinet; Hans Koller: electric piano; Bill 
  Frisell: guitar; Dave Whitford: bass; Jeff Williams: drums; Evan Parker (5,
  8): soprano.

    2010 - Psi (UK), 10.08 (CD) 

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381 - EP: DJ Sniff

  Ep 1 - Dj Sniff Plays Evan Parker
    1/ One 								 7:20
    2/ Two 								 2:31
    3/ Three 								 5:08
    4/ Four 								 3:27
    5/ Interlude 1 							 3:58
    6/ Interlude 2 							 0:31
    7/ Five 								 4:24
    8/ Six 								 4:06
    9/ Seven 7:48
  Ep 1 - Dj Sniff Plays Evan Parker And Others
    10/ Moers 								 5:26
    11/ Itchy throat 							 3:42
    12/ Or beats 							 5:15

    Recorded at STEIM, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

  DJ Sniff, turntables and electronics.

    2011 - Psi (UK), 11.02 (CD)

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382 - TRANCE MAP: Evan Parker, Matthew Wright

    1/ Intro 					(Parker, Wright)	 2:41
    2/ 						(Parker, Wright)	25:58
    3/ 						(Parker, Wright)	35:41
    4/ Outro 					(Parker, Wright)	 4:27

    Recorded at Canterbury Christ Church University, Broadstairs campus on 
    October 23, 2008 and June 4, 2009, and at the Canterbury campus on Febru-
    ary 5, 2010 and February 18, 2011
    Produced by Evan Parker and Martin Davidson

  Evan Parker: soprano, sample collection; Matthew Wright: live sampling, 
  turntables, sound design. 

    2011 - Psi (UK), 11.03 (CD)

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383 - LIFE OF DREAMS: Tony Levin, Paul Dunmall, Ray Warleigh, Evan Parker

    1/ One Sooner 							10:29
    2/ Been Here Before 						13:41
    3/ Dark Age, Light Age 						12:44
    4/ Life Of Dreams 							 5:11
    5/ Barriers Of Time 						 9:18
    6/ The Word Game 							 6:30
    7/ From The First 							 5:21

    Recorded live at Victoria Rooms, University of Bristol (UK) on January 15,
    2006

  Paul Dunmall: tenor, soprano; Ray Warleigh: alto, flute; Evan Parker: tenor,
  soprano; Tony Levin: drums.

    2011 - Rare Music (UK), RM036 (CD)

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384 - LIVE AT THE VORTEX, LONDON: Evan Parker, Kenny Wheeler, Paul Dunmall,
  Tony Levin, John Edwards

    1/ Unknown Reasons 							27:46
    2/ And Yet There Was A Reason 					21:40

    Recorded live at the Vortex, London (UK) on January 2, 2003

  Evan Parker: saxophones; Paul Dunmall: saxophones; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet;
  John Edwards: bass; Tony Levin: drums.

    2011 - Rare Music (UK), RM037 (CD)

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385 - AT SOMEWHERE THERE: Evan Parker, Wes Neal, Joe Sorbara

    1/ At Somewhere There 						39:54

    Recorded live at Somewhere There, Toronto (Canada) on February 15, 2009

  Evan Parker: tenor; Wes Neal: bass; Joe Sorbara: drums, percussion. 

    2011 - Barnyard (Canada), BR0321 (CD) 

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386 - IT WON'T BE CALLED BROKEN CHAIR: Misha Mengelberg, Evan Parker

    1/ Broken Chair 							26:15
    2/ At The Magician's 						34:13

    Recorded at the Bimhuis, Amsterdam (Netherlands) on February 18, 2006

  Misha Mengelberg: piano; Evan Parker: tenor.

    2011 - Psi (UK), 11.07 (CD) 

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

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

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

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

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

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388 - TOGETHER IN ZERO SPACE: Grutronic & Evan Parker

    1/ Filigree And Circuitry 						26:07
    2/ Mesomerism In Rhythm 						22:16

    Recorded live in Zero Space, Bratislava (Slovakia) on December 4, 2009

  Stephen Grew: keyboard, processing; Richard Scott: wigi, Buchla lightning,
  blippoo box; Nick Grew: transduction; David Ross: drosscillator; Evan 
  Parker: soprano.

    2011 - Psi (UK), 11.09 (CD) 

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389 - ROUND ABOUT ONE O'CLOCK (DEDICATED TO MIKE OSBORNE - OZZIE): Evan 
  Parker, Zlatko Kaucic

    1/ Link To...O 							12:53
    2/ Link To...Z 							 8:19
    3/ Link To...Z 							12:15
    4/ Link To...I 							 8:45
    5/ Link To...E 							11:50
    6/ Dear Mike! 							 4:03

    Recorded live at the 50th Jazz Festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia on July 4,
    2009

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Zlatko Kaucic: ground drums.

    2011 - Not Two (Poland), MW 863-2 (CD)
  
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390 - THE BLEEDING EDGE: Evan Parker, Okkyung Lee, Peter Evans

    1/ Trio 1 								 7:17
    2/ Trio 2 								 6:42
    3/ Duo 1 								 4:49
    4/ Trio 3 								 5:54
    5/ Duo 2 								 5:28
    6/ Trio 4 								 9:46
    7/ Duo 3 								 4:38
    8/ Duo 4 								 4:29
    9/ Duo 5 								 4:19
    10/ Trio 5 								 8:37
    11/ Trio 6 								 6:20

    Recorded at St. Peter's Church, Whitstable (UK) on May 4, 2010

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Okkyung Lee: cello; Peter Evans: trumpet, pic-
  colo trumpet.

    2011 - Psi (UK), 11.10 (CD)

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391 - HARMOS - LIVE AT SCHAFFHAUSEN: Barry Guy London Jazz Composers Orchestra

  A film by Jürg and Marianne Rufer. 

    1/ Harmos								46:28

    Recorded at Schaffhausen Jazzfestival, Switzerland on May 21, 2008

  Barry Guy: conductor, bass; Evan Parker: reeds; Mats Gustafsson: reeds; 
  Trevor Watts: reeds; Simon Picard: reeds; Pete McPhail: reeds; Conrad Bauer:
  trombone; Johannes Bauer: trombone; Alan Tomlinson: trombone; Henry Lowther:
  trumpet; Herb Robertson: trumpet; Rich Laughlin: trumpet; Per Åke 
  Holmlander: tuba; Phil Wachsmann: violin; Howard Riley: piano; Paul Lytton:
  percussion; Lucas Niggli: percussion.  

    2012 - Intakt (Switzerland), 151 (DVD)

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392 - LIVE AT THE VORTEX: Foxes Fox

    1/ Foxes Set 1
    2/ Foxes Set 2
    3/ Foxes Set 3

    Recorded live at the Vortex, London in 2006

  Evan Parker: tenor; Steve Beresford: piano; John Edwards: bass; Louis
  Moholo: percussion; Kenny Wheeler (2,3): trumpet, flugelhorn.

    2012 - Psi Recordings (UK), 12.01 (CD)

  Note: contrary to what is written, the music was recorded in 2006, not 2007.

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393 - VIVACES: Le Grand Groupe Régional d'Improvisation Libérée, Evan Parker

    1/ Semis								11:17
    2/ Bouturage 							25:32
    3/ Marcottage 							16:02

    Recorded live at the Coop Paradis, Rimouski (Quebec) on April 18, 2011

  Raphaël Arsenault: violin, direction (3); Catherine S. Massicotte: violin;
  Martin Michaud: clarinet; Antoine Létourneau-Berger: percussion, clarinet;
  Olivier D'Amours: guitar; Robert Bastien: guitar; Éric Normand: bass; 
  Brigitte Lacasse: accordion; Robin Servant: accordion; Luke Dawson: bass;
  Gabriel Rivest: tuba; Scott Thompson: trombone; Evan Parker: soprano, tenor,
  direction (2). 

    2012 - Tour De Bras (Canada), TDB9006 (CD)

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394 - ALL TOLD. MEETINGS WITH REMARKABLE SAXOPHONISTS. VOLUME 1: Evan Parker,
  John Edwards, Eddie Prévost

    Recorded in May 2011

  Evan Parker: tenor; John Edwards: bass; Eddie Prévost: drums.

    2012 - Matchless Recordings (UK), MRCD 81 (CD)

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395 - 13 MINIATURES FOR ALBERT AYLER: various artists

    1/ untitled								 3:57
    2/ untitled								 5:49
    3/ untitled								 4:37
    4/ untitled								 7:41
    5/ untitled								 3:13
    6/ untitled								 4:10
    7/ untitled								 3:23
    8/ untitled								 3:49
    9/ untitled								 3:44
    10/ untitled							 6:44
    11/ untitled							 5:31
    12/ untitled							 6:40
    13/ untitled							 5:12

    Recorded at Fondation Cartier, Paris (France) on December 2, 2010

  Jacqueline Caux (1): spoken words; Raphaël Imbert (2,11): saxophones; Urs
  Leimgruber (2,10,12): soprano; Joe McPhee (2,7,8,13): tenor, flugelhorn; 
  Evan Parker (2,9): tenor, soprano; John Tchicai (2,10): alto; Jean-Luc 
  Cappozzo (3,8): trumpet, flugelhorn; Sylvain Kassap (3,11): clarinets; 
  Christian Rollet (3): drums; Steve Dalachinsky (4): spoken words; Joëlle 
  Léandre (4,10,12): bass, vocals; Barre Phillips (4,6): bass; Ramon Lopez 
  (5,6): drums; Michel Portal (6): bass clarinet; Jean-Jacques Avenel (7): 
  bass; Simon Goubert (7,11): drums; Didier Levallet (11): bass; Lucia Recio
  (12): vocals. 

    2012 - RogueArt (France), 40 (CD)

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396 - IMPROCHERTO (FOR HB): Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra with Lol Coxhill &
  Evan Parker

    1/ Improcherto (for HB) 						39:19

    Recorded at The Sage, Gateshead on March 27, 2011

  Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra: Rick Bamford (drums), Chris Barclay (trombo-
  ne), Stuart Brown (drums), John Burgess (tenor), George Burt (guitar), Neil
  Davidson (guitar), Robert Henderson (trumpet), Raymond MacDonald (alto, so-
  prano), Una MacGlone (bass), Nikki Moran (viola), Peter Nicholson (cello),
  Emma Roche (flute), Gerry Rossi (piano), Liene Rozite (flute), Matthew 
  Studdert-Kennedy (flute), Armin Sturm (bass), Fritz Welch (percussion),
  Graeme Wilson (baritone saxophone); Lol Coxhill: soprano; Evan Parker: te-
  nor.

    2012 - Iorram (?), GN82 (CD)

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397 - HASSELT: Evan Parker Electroacoustic Ensemble

    1/ Hasselt 1 							10:12
    2/ Hasselt 2 							11:41
    3/ Hasselt 3 							15:54
    4/ Hasselt 4 							34:37

    (1-3) recorded live at Kunstencentrum Belgie Hasselt, Belgium on May 21,
    2010
    (4) recorded live at Kunstencentrum Belgie Hasselt, Belgium on May 22,
    2010

  Peter Evans (3,4): trumpet, piccolo trumpet; Ishikawa Ko (1,3,4): sho; Ned
  Rothenberg (3,4): clarinet, bass clarinet; Peter van Bergen (2,4): clarinet,
  contrabass clarinet; Evan Parker (4): soprano; Agustí Fernández (1,3,4): 
  piano, prepared piano; Barry Guy (2,4): bass; Paul Lytton (3,4): percussion,
  live electronics; FURT (2,4): Richard Barrett (live electronics), Paul 
  Obermayer (live electronics); Joel Ryan (4): sample, signal processing;
  Walter Prati (1,4): live processing, computer processing; Lawrence 
  Casserley (4): signal processing instrument, percussion, voice; Marco 
  Vecchi (4): sound processing, sound projection.

    2012 - Psi Recordings (UK), 12.03 (CD)

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398 - DORTMUND VARIATIONS: Evan Parker, Georg Graewe
 
    1/ Dortmund Variation I 						37:03
    2/ Dortmund Variation II 						15:37
    3/ Dortmund Variation III 						11:00

    Recorded live from the Domicil, Dortmund (Germany) on October 29, 2010

  Evan Parker: tenor; Georg Graewe: piano. 

    2012 - Nuscope (USA), 1026 (CD)

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399 - CINEMA: John Coxon, Evan Parker, Eddie Prévost

    1/ Cinema								54:53

    Recorded live at The Cube, Bristol (UK) on March 8, 2008

  John Coxon: guitar, prepared piano; Evan Parker: tenor; Eddie Prévost:  perc-
  cussion.
 
    2012 - Fataka (UK), 1 (CD)

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400 - ONE FOUR AND TWO TWOS: John Stevens, Paul Rutherford, Evan Parker, Barry
  Guy

    1/ 1, 4, 4                                  (coll. improvisation)    4:29
    2/ 2, 4, 4                                  (coll. improvisation)   11:01
    3/ 3, 4, 4                                  (coll. improvisation)    7:42
    4/ 4, 4, 4                                  (coll. improvisation)   18:24
    5/ 5, 4, 4					(coll. improvisation)    1:38
    6/ 1, 3, 2					(coll. improvisation)    4:08
    7/ 2, 3, 2					(coll. improvisation)    7:44
    8/ 3, 3, 2					(coll. improvisation)    8:19
    9/ 1, 2, 2					(coll. improvisation)   10:20
    10/ 2, 2, 2					(coll. improvisation)    3:24

    (1-5) recorded at Riverside Studios, London in August 1979
    (6-8) recorded live at Teatro Auteo, Milano (Italy) on November 22, 1979
    (9,10) recorded live at Rumours, London (UK) on January 24, 1992

  John Stevens (1-5,9,10): percussion, voice; Paul Rutherford (1-8): trombone,
  euphonium, electronics; Evan Parker (1-5,9,10): tenor, soprano; Barry Guy
  (1-8): bass, electronics. 

    2012 - Emanem (UK), 5027 (CD)

  Note: (1-4) were already available on FOUR, FOUR, FOUR (1980) and 4,4,4,4 
  PLUS 1 (1994); (5) was already available on 4,4,4,4 PLUS 1 (1994).
  Note: there seems to be some confusion concerning the recording date for 
  (1-5); both View and Konnex releases give August 1979; Evan Parker gives
  October 4, 1979; and Emanem gives August 31, 1978.

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401 - THE VOICE IS ONE: Evan Parker, Agustí Fernández

    1/ Part I								15:38
    2/ Part II								11:13
    3/ Part III								11:14
    4/ Part IV								 6:23
    5/ Part V								16:36
    6/ Part VI								 5:00

    Recorded live at L'Auditori, Barcelona (Spain) on November 1, 2009
 
  Evan Parker (1,3-6): tenor; Agustí Fernández (1-3,5,6): piano. 

    2012 - Not Two Records (Poland), MW 878-2 (CD)

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402 - THE TREES: Mark Solborg Trio, with Evan Parker and Herb Robertson

    1/ The Whip 							 5:51
    2/ Hophornbeam 							 5:10
    3/ Dogwood 								 2:34
    4/ Skyraekker No. 1 						 3:32
    5/ Oak And The Alder 						 6:39
    6/ Skyraekker No. 2 						 2:05
    7/ Chestnut And The Woods 						 7:30
    8/ Apples, Apples 							 4:24
    9/ Dark Boat 							 4:51
    10/ Closure	 							 5:19

    Recorded at The Village, Copenhagen (Denmark) on July 14, 2011
    Produced by Mark Solborg

  Mark Solborg: guitars; Mats Eilertsen: bass; Peter Bruun: drums, percussion,
  kalimba; Herb Robertson: trumpets, voice, kalimba, pump organ; Evan Parker:
  tenor, soprano, kalimba, gong.

    2013 - Ilk (EEC), 199 (CD)

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403 - MAD DOGS: Barry Guy New Orchestra Small Formations

  This box set features Evan Parker, Hans Koch, Mats Gustafsson, Trevor Watts,
  Johannes Bauer, Herb Robertson, Per Åke Holmlander, Agustí Fernández, Barry
  Guy, Maya Homburger, Raymond Strid, and Paul Lytton.

  Disc 2:
    5/ untitled								 6:34
    6/ untitled								 7:42
    7/ untitled								 6:16
    8/ untitled								 7:36
    9/ untitled								 5:25
    10/ untitled						 	 4:48
  Disc 4:
    20/ untitled							24:44
    21/ untitled							 8:23
    22/ untitled							17:33

    (5-10) recorded during the 5th Krakow Jazz Autumn Festival at Alchemia, 
    Kraków (Poland) on November 16, 2010
    (20,21) recorded during the 5th Krakow Jazz Autumn Festival at Alchemia, 
    Kraków (Poland) on November 18, 2010
    (22) recorded during the 5th Krakow Jazz Autumn Festival at Alchemia, 
    Kraków (Poland) on November 19, 2010

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Barry Guy (5-10,20,21): bass; Paul Lytton (5-
  10,20-23): drums; Agustí Fernández (20,21): piano.

    2013 - Not Two Records (Poland), MW902-2 (5xCD)

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404 - VAINCU.VA! LIVE AT WESTERN FRONT 1978: Evan Parker

    1/ Vaincu.Va! Part 1 						17:37
    2/ Vaincu.Va! Part 2 						17:11

    Recorded live at the Western Front's Grand Luxe Hall, Vancouver (Canada)
    on November 8, 1978
 
  Evan Parker: soprano.

    2013 - Western Front New Music (Canada), LP01 (LP)

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405 - LIVE AT MAYA RECORDINGS FESTIVAL: Evan Parker, Barry Guy, Paul Lytton

    1/ Obsidian 							22:31
    2/ Chert 								13:11
    3/ Gabbro 								17:29
    4/ Scoria 								 8:21

    Recorded live during the Maya Recordings Festival at Theater am Gleis,
    Winterthur (Switzerland) on September 23-25, 2011
    Produced by Danas Mikailionis

  Evan Parker: soprano, tenor; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: drums.

    2013 - NoBusiness (Lithuania), NBCD 55 (CD) 
    2013 - NoBusiness (Lithuania), NBLP 60/61 (2xLP)

  Note: the 2xLP pressing is a limited edition of 500 copies. 

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406 - ...UND JETZT DIE SPORTSCHAU (FÜR EVAN PARKER): Globe Unity '75

    1/ ... Und Jetzt Die Sportschau (Für Evan Parker) (take 1)     	 4:27
    2/ ... Und Jetzt Die Sportschau (Für Evan Parker) (take 2)           4:11

    Recorded in Conny Plank's at Studio in Neunkirchen, Germany, in May 1975

  Manfred Schoof: trumpet; Kenny Wheeler: trumpet; Peter Brötzmann: tenor; 
  Rüdiger: Carl accordion; Evan Parker: tenor; Gerd Dudek: tenor; Michel Pilz: 
  bass clarinet; Günter Christmann: trombone; Albert Mangelsdorff: trombone;
  Paul Rutherford: trombone; Alexander von Schlippenbach: accordion; Peter 
  Kowald: tuba; Buschi Niebergall: bass; Paul Lovens: percussion; Hans
  Reichel: guitar.

    2013 - Trost Records (Austria), TR116 (7")

  Note: limited edition of 750 copies released specially for Record Store Day
  2003 (April 20).

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407 - REX, WRECKS & XXX: Evan Parker, Matthew Shipp

  Disc 1:
    1/ Rex 1 					(Parker, Shipp)	 	 9:55 
    2/ Rex 2 					(Parker, Shipp)		 6:46
    3/ Wrecks 1 				(Shipp)			 5:25
    4/ Rex 3 					(Parker, Shipp)		 1:34
    5/ Wrecks 2 				(Parker)		 2:45
    6/ Rex 4 					(Parker, Shipp)		 6:11
    7/ Rex 5 					(Parker, Shipp)		11:00
    8/ Rex 6 					(Parker, Shipp)		 4:33
  Disc 2:
    9/ XXX 					(Parker, Shipp)		41:47

    (1-8) recorded at Vortex, London (UK) on September 6, 2011
    (9) recorded live at Vortex, London (UK) on September 7, 2011
    Produced by Michel Dorbon

  Evan Parker: tenor; Matthew Shipp: piano.

    2013 - RogueArt (France), R0G-050 (2xCD)

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408 - ROCKET SCIENCE

    1/ Fluid Dynamics 							17:14
    2/ Life Support Systems 						16:26
    3/ Flutter 								12:54
    4/ Noise Control 							10:59

    Recorded live at The Vortex Jazz Club, London on May 25, 2012

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Peter Evans: trumpet, piccolo trumpet; Craig
  Taborn: piano; Sam Pluta: laptop.

    2013 - More Is More (USA), 133 (CD)

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409 - TRI-BOROUGH TRIPTYCH: Sebastian Lexer, Evan Parker, Eddie Prévost

    1/ Camden								28:25
    2/ Deptford								26:09
    3/ Dalston								24:57

    (1) recorded during the Freedom Of The City 2012, Cecil Sharp House, 
    Camden Town, London (UK)
    (2) recorded at Old Deptford Town Hall, South London (UK)
    (3) recorded at Dalston's Cafe Oto, London (UK)

  Evan Parker (1,3): tenor, soprano; Eddie Prévost (1,2): percussion;
  Sebastian Lexer (2,3): piano. 

    2013 - Matchless Recordings (UK), MRCD 89 (CD)

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410 - WHAT/IF/THEY BOTH COULD FLY: Evan Parker, Joe McPhee

    2013 - Rune Grammofon (Norway), RCD 2149 (CD)
    2013 - Rune Grammofon (Norway), RLP 3149 (LP+CD)

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411 - QUINTET/SEXTET: Otomo Yoshihide, Sachiko M, Evan Parker, John Edwards,
  Tony Marsh, John Butcher

    1/ Quintet								28:28 
    2/ Sextet								23:00
    3/ Duo								12:59
    4/ Duo								12:41

    Recorded live at Cafe OTO, London (UK) on March 9, 2009 

  Otomo Yoshihide (1-3): guitar; Sachiko M (1,2,4): sine waves; Evan Parker 
  (1,2): tenor, soprano; John Edwards (1,2): bass; Tony Marsh (1,2): drums;
  John Butcher (2-4): tenor, soprano.

    2013 - Otoroku (UK), ROKU 009 (LP)
    2014 - Otoroku (UK), ROKU 009 (CD)

  Note: (3,4) are only available on the CD pressing, which is called QUINTET/
  SEXTET/DUOS.

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412 - AMPHI, RADIO RONDO: Barry Guy New Orchestra

    1/ Amphi					(Guy)			26:35
    2/ Radio Rondo				(Guy)			29:34

    Recorded at Sankt Johann, Tirol (Switzerland) on March 10, 2013
    Produced by Intakt Records, Barry Guy, Maya Homburger

  Hans Koch: bass clarinet; Mats Gustafsson: baritone saxophone; Evan Parker:
  tenor, soprano; Jürg Wickihalder: alto, soprano; Herb Robertson: trumpet;
  Johannes Bauer: trombone; Per Åke Holmlander: tuba; Maya Homburger: violin;
  Agustí Fernández: piano; Barry Guy: bass; Paul Lytton: drums; Raymond Strid:
  drums.

    2014 - Intakt (Switzerland), 235 (CD)

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413 - SOUND, SPACE AND STRUCTURES: John Escreet 

    1/ Part I 								 3:36
    2/ Part II 								 5:41
    3/ Part III  							 4:32
    4/ Part IV 								 3:26
    5/ Part V 								 4:48
    6/ Part VI 								 3:37
    7/ Part VII 							 8:55
    8/ Part VIII 							 4:49
    9/ Part IX 								 4:28

  John Escreet: piano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; John Hebert: bass; Tyshawn
  Sorey: drums.

    2014 - Sunnyside (USA), SSC 1386 (CD)

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414 - DELICATE PATHS - MUSIC FOR SHÔ: Sarah Peebles

  Sarah Peebles; Evan Parker; Nilan Perera; Suba Sankaran.

    2014 - Unsounds (Netherlands), 44U (CD)

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415 - WORLD OF OBJECTS: Jeremiah Cymerman, Evan Parker, Nate Wooley

    1/ Box Of Memories 							27:41
    2/ And The Call Of The Wild Beckoned Them 				16:11
    3/ Men Of Distinction (Coda) 					 5:27

    Recorded live at The Stone, New York City on September 22, 2013 

  Jeremiah Cymerman: clarinet, effects; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Nate 
  Wooley: trumpet.

    2014 - 5049 Records (USA), 5049-004 (CD)

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416 - 28 RUE DUNOIS, JUILLET 1982: Derek Bailey, Joëlle Léandre, George Lewis,
  Evan Parker

    Recorded live at the Dunois, Paris in July 1982

  Derek Bailey: guitar; Joëlle Léandre: bass; George Lewis: trombone; Evan 
  Parker: tenor, soprano.

    2014 - Fou Record (France), FRCD06 (CD)

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417 - EITHER OR AND: Evan Parker, Sylvie Courvoisier

    1/ If/Or 								 7:02
    2/ Oare 								 9:09
    3/ Spandrel 							 8:05
    4/ Stillwell 							 8:31
    5/ Stonewall 							10:15
    6/ Penumbra 							 4:26
    7/ Heights 								 4:59
    8/ Either Or And 							 6:27 

    Recorded at Parkwest Studios, Brooklyn (USA) on September 24, 2013 

  Evan Parker: saxophone; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano.

    2014 - Relative Pitch (USA), RPR 1024 (CD)

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418 - OLIV & FAMILIE: Spontaneous Music Ensemble

    1/ Familie								19:42
    2/ Oliv I								19:25
    3/ Oliv II								15:57
    4/ Familie (alternative ending)					11:33

    (1,4) recorded in London (UK) in January 1968
    (2,3) recorded at Advision Studio, London (UK) on February 7, 1969
    (2,3) produced by Giorgio Gomelsky

  Trevor Watts: alto, piccolo; Derek Bailey (1,2,4): guitar; Kenny Wheeler 
  (2): flugelhorn; Peter Lemer (1,2,4): piano; Maggie Nichols (2,3): vocals;
  Pepi Lemer (1,2,4): vocals; Carolann Nicholls (2): vocals; Johnny Dyani (2,
  3): bass; John Stevens: percussion, glockenspiel; Norma Winstone (1,4): vo-
  cals; Brian Smith (1,4): flute; Evan Parker (1,4): soprano; Nik Bryce (1,4):
  cello; Jeff Clyne (1,4): bass; Dave Holland (1,4): bass.

    2014 - Emanem (Spain), 5033 (CD)

  Note: Evan Parker did not play on the OLIV original LP.

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419 - EXTREMES: Evan Parker, Paul Dunmall, Tony Bianco

    1/ Extreme 								32:09
    2/ All Ways 							 5:30
    3/ Horus 								23:50

    Recorded at Garden Cottage/Delbury Hall on June 27, 2014

  Evan Parker: tenor; Paul Dunmall: tenor; Tony Bianco: drums.

    2014 - Red Toucan (Canada), RT 9349 (CD)

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420 - FIRST RECORDINGS: Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ Deals								38:26
    2/ Villages								 6:48
    3/ With Forks And Hopes						 6:50
    4/ Then, Silence							 4:30

    Recorded during the Workshop Freie Musik at the Acadamy of the Arts, 
    Berlin (Germany) on April 2, 1972
    Produced by Jost Gebers and Konstantin Drobil

  Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Alexander von Schlippenbach: piano; Paul 
  Lovens: drums.

    2014 - Trost Records (Austria), TR132 (CD)
    2014 - Trost Records (Austria), TR132 (LP)

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421 - MAD DOGS ON THE HOUSE: Barry Guy New Orchestra Small Formations

  Disc 1:
    1/ untitled								 8:42
    2/ untitled								13:49
    3/ untitled								 4:11
    4/ untitled								19:16
    5/ untitled								 5:41
    6/ untitled								 3:43
    7/ untitled								 3:16
  Disc 2:
    8/ untitled								 9:40 
    9/ untitled								14:24
    10/ untitled							26:04
  Disc 3:
    11/ untitled							27:17
    12/ untitled							15:04
    13/ untitled							14:23
  Disc 4:
    14/ untitled							25:33
    15/ untitled							 3:11
    16/ untitled							20:22

    Recorded during the 7th Krakow Jazz Autumn Festival and at Alchemia, 
    Krakow (Poland) on November 21-22, 2012
    Produced by Marek Winiarski 

  Maya Homberger (1): violin; Hans Koch (1,5-7,11,16): tenor, soprano, clari-
  nets; Herb Robertson (1,11,13,16): trumpet; Raymond Strid (1,9,11,14-16):
  percussion; Johannes Bauer (2,3,8,13,16): trombone; Barry Guy (2,3,10,14-
  16): bass; Paul Lytton (2,3,10,12,16): percussion; Agustí Fernández (4,9,12,
  16): piano; Trevor Watts (4,11,16): alto; Evan Parker (4,10,11,16): tenor,
  soprano; Mats Gustafsson (5-7,14-16): baritone saxophone, tenor, fluteopho-
  ne; Per-Åke Holmlander (5-7,13,16): tuba; Tarfala Trio (14,15): Mats 
  Gustafsson, Barry Guy, Raymond Strid; Barry Guy New Orchestra (16).

    2014 - Not Two Records (Poland), MW 925-2 (4xCD)

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422 - SEVEN - ELECTROACOUSTIC SEPTET: Evan Parker

    1/ Seven-1 					(Parker)		45:45
    2/ Seven-2 					(Parker)		19:11

    Recorded during the 30th Festival International de Musique Actuelle de 
    Victoriaville, Quebec (Canada) on May 18, 2014

  Evan Parker: soprano; Peter Evans: piccolo trumpet, trumpet; Okkyung Lee: 
  cello; George Lewis: electronics, trombone; Ikue Mori: electronics; Sam 
  Pluta: electronics; Ned Rothenberg: bass clarinet, clarinet, shakuhachi.

    2014 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), cd127 (CD)

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423 - CONDUCTION 192 - POSSIBLE UNIVERSE: Lawrence 'Butch' Morris

    1/ Possible Universe... Part One
    2/ Possible Universe... Part Two
    3/ Possible Universe... Part Three
    4/ Possible Universe... Part Four
    5/ Possible Universe... Part Five 
    6/ Possible Universe... Part Six
    7/ Possible Universe... Part Seven
    8/ Possible Universe... Part Eight

    Recorded at the Sant'Anna Arresi Jazz Festival, Sardinia in 2010

  Lawrence 'Butch' Morris: conductor; David Murray: tenor, bass clarinet; Evan
  Parker: tenor; Pasquale Innarella: alto; Greg Ward: alto; Joe Bowie: trombo-
  ne; Tony Cattano: trombone; Meg Montgomery: electro trumpet; Riccardo Pitta:
  trumpet; Jean-Paul Bourelly: guitar; On Ka'a Davis: guitar; Alan Silva: syn-
  thesizer; Harrison Bankhead: bass; Silvia Bolognesi: bass; Chad Taylor: 
  drums, vibraphone; Hamid Drake: perucssion.

    2015 (?) - NuBop (Italy), 014 (CD)

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424 - TRANCE MAP: Trance Map

    1/ untitled 							 4:02
    2/ untitled								 4:17
    3/ untitled								 3:00
    4/ untitled								 3:59
    5/ untitled								 9:41
    6/ untitled								 3:37
    7/ untitled								11:20
    8/ untitled								16:42

    Recorded at Instants Chavirés, Montreuil (France) on January 24, 2013

  Evan Parker: soprano; Matt Wright: turntable, computer; Toma Gouband: per-
  cussion.

    2015 - hcmf (UK), no catalog number (CD-R)

  Note: limited edition of 100 copies.

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425 - FEATURES: Alexander von Schlippenbach Trio

    1/ Feature 1				(von Schlippenbach)	 2:10
    2/ Feature 2				(AVS,EP,PL)		 3:26
    3/ Feature 3				(AVS,EP,PL)		 4:00
    4/ Feature 4 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 5:38
    5/ Feature 5				(AVS,EP,PL)		 3:15
    6/ Feature 6 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 4:31
    7/ Feature 7 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 5:14
    8/ Feature 8 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 3:29
    9/ Feature 9 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 2:23
    10/ Feature 10 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 8:19
    11/ Feature 11 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 4:16
    12/ Feature 12 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 2:43
    13/ Feature 13 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 5:21
    14/ Feature 14 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 3:59
    15/ Feature 15 				(AVS,EP,PL)		 2:57

   Recorded at Radiostudio Zürich, Switzerland in December 2013

  Alexander von Schlippenback: piano; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano; Paul 
  Lovens: drums.

    2015 - Intakt (Switzerland), CD 250 (CD)

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426 - DEVIATE FROM BALANCE: John Wiese

  This record features collaborations with Joseph Hammer, Ikue Mori, Evan 
  Parker, C Spencer Yeh, Joe Preston, Smegma, etc.

    3/ Segmenting Process For Language					 9:46
    5/ Cafe OTO								 5:37

    (3) recorded live during the What Is Music Festival at East Brunswick 
    Club, Melbourne (Australia) on December 13, 2009
    (5) recorded live at Cafe OTO, London (UK) on March 30, 2012

  John Weise; David Shea (3): sampler; Jon Rose (3): violin; Ikue Mori (5): 
  electronics; Evan Parker (5): saxophone; etc.

    2015 - Gilgongo Records (USA), GGGR-077 (2xLP)

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427 - 3 NIGHTS AT CAFE OTO: Alexander von Schlippenbach, Evan Parker, John
  Edwards, Eddie Prévost

  Disc 1: 27TH MAY 2013
    1/ untitled								31:35
    2/ untitled								36:15
  Disc 2: 28TH MAY 2013
    3/ untitled								31:53
    4/ untitled								33:39
  Disc 3: 29TH MAY 2013
    5/ untitled								40:22
    6/ untitled								38:57
  DVD: 27TH, 28TH AND 29TH MAY 2013

    Recorded live at Cafe Oto, London (UK) on May 27-29, 2013

  Evan Parker: tenor; John Edwards: bass; Eddie Prévost: drums; Alexander von
  Schlippenbach (Disc 2, DVD): piano; Christof Thewes (Disc 3, DVD): trombone.

    2015 - Matchless Recordings (UK), MRCD93.1.2.3/MRDVD93 (3xCD+DVD)

  Note: the DVD features sections from all three nights.

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428 - HELLO, I MUST BE GOING: Fred Frith, Evan Parker

    1/ Hello, I Must Be Going						17:36
    2/ Red Thread							19:02
    3/ Particulars							 6:08
    4/ Je Me Souviens							17:01
  
    Recorded live during the 2014 Festival International de Musique Actuelle,
    Victoriaville (Canada), on May 17, 2014

  Fred Frith: guitar; Evan Parker: tenor, soprano.

    2015 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 128 (CD) 

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429 - WITH...: John Russell

    1/ The First Half Of The First Half 				22:11
    2/ The Second Half Of The First Half 				13:26
    3/ The First Half Of The Second Half 				25:03
    4/ The Second Half Of The Second Half 				17:08

    Recorded live at Cafe Oto, London (UK) on December 19, 2014

  John Russell: guitars; Henry Lowther (1): trumpet; Satoko Fakuda (1): vio-
  lin; Phil Minton (2): vocals; Evan Parker (3): tenor; John Edwards (3): 
  bass; Thurston Moore (4): guitar.

    2015 - Emanem (Spain), 5037 (CD)

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*** - ???: Kenny Wheeler Quartet and Sextet

    1996 - ???, ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - ???: Evan Parker Double Quartet

  Evan Parker; Paul Lytton; Paul Dunmall; Paul Rogers; Tony Levin; etc.

    1996 - Rare Music (UK), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - ???: Evan Parker

  Evan Parker: tenor.

    ???? - Nato (France), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - OF IF (BEST OF IMPROVISED FRIDAY-CONCERTS 1988-94): various artists

  This record features Anders Lindsjo, Evan Parker, Paul Lovens, etc.

    1996 - Blue Tower Records (Sweden), BTCD-05 (CD)

  Note: not released yet (fall 1996)

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