DISCOGRAPHY OF BOBBY PREVITE

This is the 8th version of the discography of Bobby Previte. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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

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

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		       | DISCOGRAPHY OF BOBBY PREVITE |
		       |          June 2013           |
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		       | by Patrice Roussel           |
		       | 2034 NE 37th Ave.            |
		       | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)     |           
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With special thanks to:

Patrick Schuster
Matt Wright 
Malcolm Humes
Jeff Spirer  
Dave Wayne  
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Steve Berman
Glenn Lea    
Eric Linstadt	
Piotr Marek
David Ewing
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Yoshioka Toshiya
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Patrick J. Frisco
Ken Dias
Danilo Campanella
Steve Smith
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Alan E. Kayser	
Toby Dodds     
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for sending me extra material and giving prompt answers to my questions.

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

the following ones are not listed (I think this would deserve a special sec- tion):

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 - PULL TO OPEN: Robert Previte

    1/ Mingus                                   (Previte)                
    2/ 1958                                     (Previte)
    3/ Acrobat                                  (Previte)
    4/ Blues For Donna                          (Previte)
    5/ When You Get There, You Gotta Be On Main Street
						(Previte)
    6/ The Circus                               (Previte)

    Recorded at the Buffalo College of Musical Knowledge studio on February 
    13-14 and March 26-28, 1980

  David Alderson: horns, vocals; Peter Piccirilli: bass, vocals; Dave 
  Schiavone: reeds, vocals; Robert Previte: drums, vocals.
    
    1980 - Zoar Records (USA), Zoar 4 (LP)
    ???? - Depth of Field (USA), ??? (CD)
    2007 - [self-released] (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: the CD-R reissue also contains BUMP THE RENAISSANCE (1986).
  Note: the Depth of Field reissue was never released.

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002 - PERIPHERAL VISION: Bands of Loisaida, New York City

  This record features music by V-Effect, The Scene Is Now, Crazy Hearts, ISM, 
  Mofungo, The State, The Ordinaires, Hi-Sheriffs of Blue.

    7/ Sample/Hold                      (ISM)

    Recorded live at A7 Club, CBGB, and Mort's Social Club on November 8, 1981
    and May 25, 1982

  Michael Brown: bass; Al Diaz: percussion; Robert Previte: drums; Elliott
  Sharp: guitar, bass, bass clarinet, soprano, editing; David Linton: drums;
  Scott Jarvis: drums; Paul Burwell: drums; M.E. Miller: drums; Gwain 
  Gillespie: percussion; Neil White: percussion; Wayne Horvitz: synthesizer; 
  Chris Vine: guitar; Felipe Orrego: guitar; Jeannette Riedel: violin; 
  Richard Edson: trumpet; Phillip Johnston: soprano; David Sacks: trombone.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

    1982 - Zoar Records (USA), ZOAR 9 (LP)

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003 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: various artists

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

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with John Zorn "Cobra": 

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

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

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

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

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004 - RAIN DOGS: Tom Waits

    1/ Singapore                                (Waits)                  2:46
    2/ Clap Hands                               (Waits)                  3:45
    3/ Cemetery Polka                           (Waits)                  1:51
    4/ Jockey Full Of Bourbon                   (Waits)                  2:45
    5/ Tango Till They're Sore                  (Waits)                  2:49
    6/ Big Black Mariah                         (Waits)                  2:44
    7/ Diamonds And Gold                        (Waits)                  2:31
    8/ Hang Down Your Head                      (Waits, Brennan)         2:32
    9/ Time                                     (Waits)                  3:55
    10/ Rain Dogs                               (Waits)                  2:56
    11/ Midtown (instrumental)                  (Waits)                  1:00
    12/ 9th & Hennepin                          (Waits)                  1:58
    13/ Gun Street Girl                         (Waits)                  4:37
    14/ Union Square                            (Waits)                  2:24
    15/ Blind Love                              (Waits)                  4:18
    16/ Walking Spanish                         (Waits)                  3:05
    17/ Downtown Train                          (Waits)                  3:53
    18/ Bride Of Rain Dog (instrumental)        (Waits)                  1:07
    19/ Anywhere I Lay My Head                  (Waits)                  2:48

    Produced by Tom Waits

  Tom Waits: vocals, guitar, piano, Farfisa organ, pump organ, banjo, harmo-
  nium; Michael Blair (1-4,7-8,10,12-14,17,19): percussion, marimba, conga,
  drums, metal percussion, bowed saw, parade drum; Stephen Arvizu Taylor
  Hodges (1-4,6,10-11,15-16): drums, parade drums; Larry Taylor (1,3-4,6-11,
  14-16), bass ; Marc Ribot (1-4,7-8,10): guitar, lead guitar; Chris Spedding
  (1): guitar; Tony Garnier (2): double bass; Robert Previte (2): percussion,
  marimba; William Shimmel (3,9-10): accordion; Bob Funk (3,5,10-11,19): trom-
  bone; Ralph Carney (4,11-12,14,18): bass saxophone, saxophone, clarinet;
  Greg Cohen (5,12): double bass; Keith Richards (6,14,15): guitar, backing
  vocals; Robert Musso (7): banjo; Arno Hecht (11,19): tenor; Hollywood Paul
  Litteral (11,19): trumpet; Crispin Cioe (11,19): saxophone, baritone saxo-
  phone; Robert Quine (15,17): guitar; Ross Levinson (15): violins; John Lurie
  (16): alto; G.E. Smith (17): guitar; Mickey Curry (17): drums; Robert
  Kilgore (17): organ; Tony Levin (17): bass.

    1985 - Island Records (USA), 207 085 (LP)
    1985 - Island Records (USA), 7 90299-2 (CD)
    1985 - Island (USA), 422-826 382-2 (CD)
    1985 - Island (USA), 422-826 382-4 (CT)
    1985 - Island (Germany), 207 085-620 (LP)

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005 - LOST IN THE STARS: The Music of Kurt Weill

  This record features covers of Weill's songs by Steve Weisberg, Sting,
  Dominic Muldowney, Fowler Brothers, Stanard Ridgway, Marianne Faithfull, 
  Chris Spedding, Van Dyke Parks, Ralph Schuckett, Richard Butler, Bob
  Dorough, Ellen Shipley, John Petersen, Armadillo String Quartet, John Zorn,
  Lou Reed, Carla Bley, Phil Woods, Tom Waits, Dagmar Krause, Mark Bingham,
  Johnny Adams, Aaron Neville, Todd Rundgren, Gary Windo, Charlie Haden, 
  Sharon Freeman.
  
  Bobby Previte plays on two tracks, one with John Zorn:

    8/ Der Kleine Leutnant Des Lieben Gottes    (Weill, Brecht)          5:22

    Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, New York

  Luli Shioi: voice, whistling, bass, harpsichord; Bobby Previte: drums, tym-
  pani, percussion; Jim Staley: trombone, bass trombone; Guy Klucevsek: accor-
  dion; Carol Emanuel: harp; Fred Frith: guitars, banjo, voice; John Zorn: 
  clarinets, alto, celeste, musical saw.

  and one with Elliott Sharp (CD only):  
    
    14/ Klops Lied (Meatball Song)              (Weill)                  0:48                                                        
    
    Recorded at Power Station, New York

  Elliott Sharp: electric bass clarinet, clarinets, saxophones, guitar, bass;
  Sussan Deihim: vocals; Charles K. Noyes: snare drums, metal; Robert Previte:
  bass drums, pantar.
    
    1985 - A&M Records, SP 9-5104 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records, 395104-2 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (USA), CD 5104 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (France), 395-104-1 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-1 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-2 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-4 (CT)
    1985 - A&M Records (Japan), AMP-28138 (LP)
    1985 - Alfa Records (Japan), 32XB-50 (CD)
    1990 - Amiga (East-Germany), 8 50 505 (LP)
    1994 - Yamaha Hifi/A&M Records (Germany), 009 1994 (promo CD)

  Note: the CD pressings have three extra covers by Henry Threadgill, Van Dyke
  Parks and Elliott Sharp.
  Note: the Yamaha Hifi promo CD is called KONZERT ZUM JAHRESWECHSEL 1994/1995
  - THE MUSIC OF KURT WEILL.

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006 - EARLY IN THE MORNING: Bobby Radcliff

    1/ Uh!
    2/ You Belong To Me
    3/ Woke Up Screamin'
    4/ 21 Days In Jail
    5/ Early In The Mornin
    6/ Sweet Love
    7/ Don't You Leave Me Baby
    8/ Just A Stranger
    9/ Goin' Away Baby
    10/ You Win

    Recorded at WKCR, New York City in February and April 1984, and at NYU
    Department of Music Studies in February 1985

  Bobby Radcliff: guitar, vocals; Dave Hofstra: bass; Brian Miller: bass; Oren
  Bloedow: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Phillip Johnston:
  tenor; Dave Sewelson: baritone saxophone.

    1985 - A-Okay Records, LP-1000 (LP)
    2004 - Rollo Records (?), ??? (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has not been released yet (planned in 2004).

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007 - LIKE CHIGNIK: David Fulton

    1/ Semi-Trilogy                                                     42:39

    Recorded at Demolition Sound in March 1986

  David Fulton; Rachel Sherman; Elliott Sharp; Wayne Horvitz; Robert Previte;
  David Hofstra.

    1986 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7519 (LP)

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008 - VIRTUAL STANCE: Elliott Sharp

    1/ Virtual Stance                           (Sharp)                 21:18
    2/ Bean                                     (Sharp)                  4:14
    3/ War Mongers                              (Sharp)                  4:20
    4/ Onebigone                                (Sharp)                  3:45
    5/ No Remorse                               (Sharp)                  2:45
    6/ Onelittleone                             (Sharp)                  5:14
    7/ Wrap It Up                               (Sharp)                  1:32

    Recorded at B.C. Studio by Martin Bisi, and 23rd Street Studio by Wayne
    Horvitz

  Elliott Sharp: double neck guitarbass, voice, mirage, drum computer; Robert
  Previte: drums.

    1986 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7526 (LP)

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009 - VOODOO: The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet

    1/ Cool Struttin'                           (Sonny Clark)            5:27
    2/ Minor Meeting                            (Sonny Clark)            4:36
    3/ Nicely                                   (Sonny Clark)            5:34
    4/ Something Special                        (Sonny Clark)            4:45
    5/ Voodoo                                   (Sonny Clark)           10:57
    6/ Sonia                                    (Sonny Clark)            4:02
    7/ Sonny's Crib                             (Sonny Clark)            7:40

    Recorded at Classic Sound, New York on November 25 and 26, 1985

  Wayne Horvitz: piano; John Zorn: alto; Ray Drummond: bass; Bobby Previte: 
  drums.

    1986 - Black Saint (Italy), BSR 0109 (LP)
    1987 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 109-1 (LP)
    1987 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 109-2 (CD)
    1987 - Black Saint (Italy), 120 109-4 (CT)

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010 - FRACTAL: Elliott Sharp

    1/ Singularity                              (Sharp)                  4:51
    2/ Squig                                    (Sharp)                  4:38
    3/ Diffractal                               (Sharp)                  4:44
    4/ Turbulence                               (Sharp)                  5:06
    5/ Dusts                                    (Sharp)                  3:22
    6/ Lacunar                                  (Sharp)                  4:00
    7/ Not-Yet-Time                             (Sharp)                 15:47

    Recorded at B.C. Studio by Martin Bisi

  Robert Previte: drums; Charles K. Noyes: drums (2,3), saw; Katie O'Looney:
  pantar, slab; Jim Mussen: slab; Ken Heer: trombone; James Staley: trombone,
  bass trombone; Elliott Sharp: guitars, basses, reeds, voice, slab, pantar,
  tubinets, violinoid.

    1986 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7515 (LP)

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011 - GODARD CA VOUS CHANTE ? various artists

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

    2/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:42

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

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

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

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

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012 - BUMP THE RENAISSANCE: Robert Previte Quintet

    1/ Short Of Breath                          (Previte)                6:27
    2/ Art For Now                              (Previte)                3:00
    3/ Untitled                                 (Previte)                6:44
    4/ Cover The Earth                          (Previte)                3:32
    5/ Not Since                                (Previte)                2:05
    6/ 1958                                     (Previte)                5:56
    7/ Dark Ride                                (Previte)                6:10
    8/ Soundtrack                               (Previte)                4:30
    9/ Otto The Auto                            (Previte)                4:05

    Recorded at Newtex Studio, New York City on June 4 & 5, 1985

  Lenny Picket: tenor, bass clarinet; Tom Varner: French horn; Richard 
  Shulman: piano; David Hofstra: bass; Robert Previte: drums.

    1986 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas 008 (LP)
    1989 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS 008 (CD)
    ???? - Depth of Field (USA), ??? (CD)
    2007 - [self-released] (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: the CD-R reissue also contains PULL TO OPEN (1980).
  Note: the Depth of Field reissue was never released.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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014 - THE IMPROVISORS: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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015 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 7: various artists

  This magazine/tape features music by Jon Rose, Anliker/Muller, Nachtluft,
  Merzbow, Des Traces, Sharp/Noyes, Guy Klucevsek, Jung Analysts, Loch Ness 
  Monster, Hnas.

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with Guy Klucevsek:

    7/ Urban Rite                               (Klucevsek)              2:40

    Recorded on November 16, 1986

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Bill Frisell: guitars; Bobby Previte: drums;
  Anthony Coleman: electric organ.

    1987 - Bad Alchemy (Germany), No. 7 (magazine+CT)

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016 - PUSHING THE ENVELOPE: Bobby Previte

    1/ Open World                               (Previte)                5:38
    2/ Ballad Noir                              (Previte)                6:09
    3/ Once                                     (Previte)                7:39
    4/ Mirror, Mirror                           (Previte)                3:06
    5/ 102 degrees In The Shade                 (Previte)                8:34
    6/ Pushing The Envelope                     (Previte)               11:29

    Recorded at Radio City Studio on March 31, April 1, and July 17, 1987

  Bobby Previte: drums; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Tom Varner: French horn; David
  Hofstra: bass, tuba; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, alto on (4); Lindsey Horner (6): 
  bass.

    1987 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8711-1 (LP)
    1987 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8711-2 (CD)
    1995 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79509 (CD)

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017 - DULL BANG, GUSHING SOUND, HUMAN SHRIEK: Robert Previte

    1/ The Arrival                              (Previte)                5:00
    2/ For Bunny ... And Brian                  (Previte)                6:07
    3/ Turn The Corner                          (Previte)                9:50
    4/ Dull Bang                                (Previte)                5:45
    5/ Gushing Sound                            (Previte)                6:32
    6/ Human Shriek                             (Previte)                8:13

    Recorded in New York City during Fall 1986

  Robert Previte: all instruments.

    1987 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7532 (LP)
    1996 - Koch Jazz (USA), KOC 3-7821-2 (CD)

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

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

    Recorded at Newtex Studio, New York City in January 1986

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

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

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019 - LARYNX: Elliott Sharp/Carbon

    1/ Larynx (part one)                        (Sharp)                 19:08
    2/ Larinx (part two)                        (Sharp)                 20:05

    Recorded at B.C. Studio by Martin Bisi, June-October 1987

  Elliott Sharp: doubleneck guitarbass, sampler, soprano, tenor, bass clari-
  net, pantar; Bobby Previte: drums; Samm Bennett: drums; Charles K. Noyes:
  drums; David Linton: drums; Soldier String Quartet: Laura Seaton (violin),
  David Soldier (violin), Ron Lawrence (viola), Mary Wooten (cello); David
  Fulton: trombone, slab, pantar; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet, slab; Jim Staley:
  trombone, slab; Ken Heer: trombone, slab.

    1987 - SST Records (USA), SST 194 (LP/CT)
    1987 - SST Records (USA), SST CD 194 (CD)
    2007 - Neos Jazz (Germany), 40704 (CD)

  Note: the 2007 reissue is re-mastered and its exact title is LARYNX: ELLIOTT
  SHARP EDITION VOL 3.  

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020 - THE PRESIDENT: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Goes Round And Round                     (Horvitz)                4:09
    2/ Please Take That Train From My Door      (Horvitz)                4:31
    3/ From Town to Town                        (Horvitz)                2:49
    4/ One Bright Day                           (Horvitz)                4:02
    5/ Cadillac Ranch                           (Horvitz)                4:08
    6/ Gravity Fails                            (Horvitz)                3:35
    7/ The Bean                                 (Horvitz)                3:01
    8/ The Donna Song                           (Holcomb)                4:07
    9/ Short of Breath                          (Previte)                4:41
    10/ Early Risers                            (Horvitz)                3:22

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, drum programming, harmonica; Elliott Sharp: gui-
  tar; Doug Wieselman: tenor, rhythm guitar; Bill Frisell: guitar; Bobby
  Previte: drums, drum programming, keyboards; Dave Hofstra: electric bass,
  tuba; Robin Holcomb (8): keyboards; Jim Mussen: Emulator drums operation; 
  Nica (6): vocals; Jon Rose (8): unintentional cello.

    1987 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7528 (LP)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: (2,6,8,9) are also available on THIS NEW GENERATION (1987).

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021 - THIS NEW GENERATION: Wayne Horvitz
    
  All selections from this record were previously available on DINNER AT EIGHT
  (1986) and THE PRESIDENT (1987).

    1/ Dinner At Eight                          (Horvitz)                1:43
    2/ This New Generation                      (Horvitz)                3:25
    3/ 3 Questions                              (Horvitz)                2:34
    4/ True                                     (Horvitz)                2:49
    5/ Extra Extra                              (Horvitz, Wieselman)     3:29
    6/ Conjunction For C.B.                     (Horvitz)                2:29
    7/ Please Take That Train From My Door      (Horvitz)                4:31
    8/ In Fields They Lay                       (Horvitz)                2:38
    9/ Second Line                              (Horvitz)                4:10
    10/ These Hard Times                        (Horvitz)                4:14
    11/ Danced All Night                        (Horvitz)                2:31
    12/ Reprise For C.B.                        (Horvitz)                3:19
    13/ Gravity Fails                           (Horvitz)                3:36
    14/ Short Of Breath                         (Previte)                4:41
    15/ The Donna Song                          (Holcomb)                4:07

    Recorded in September 1985
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, drum programming, harmonica; Chris Brown (3,6,11,
  12): gazamba, wing; Bill Frisell (13-15): guitar; Dave Hofstra (7,13-15):
  electric bass, tuba; Joey Peters (4,10): electronic drums; Bobby Previte
  (13-15): drums, drum programming, keyboards; Elliott Sharp (1-3,7): guitars,
  bass; Doug Wieselman (1,2,6,7,9,13-15): clarinet, tenor, rhythm guitar;
  Robin Holcomb (15): keyboards; Jim Mussen (7,13): emulator drums operation;
  Nica (13): vocals; Jon Rose (15): unintentional cello.

    1987 - Elektra Musician (USA), 9 60759-1 (LP)
    1987 - Elektra Musician (USA), 9 60759-2 (CD)

  Note: (14,15) are not available on the LP pressing.

  See THE PRESIDENT (1987) for further references on (13-15).

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

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

  Previte appears on four tracks (three on CD), one with David Garland:

    1/ This Is Love                             (Garland)                4:25

    Recorded at King Street Studio, NYC

  David Garland: vocal, Macintosh computer, arrangement; Guy Klucevsek: accor-
  dion; Bobby Previte: drums; Lucy Sumner: violin.

  one with The President (2xLP edition only):

    11/ Three Crows                             (Horvitz)                3:45

    Recorded at B.C Studio

  Stu Cutler: guitar; David Hofstra: bass; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Bobby
  Previte: drums; Doug Wieselman: sax.

  one with Carbon:

    17/ Cormorant                                                        2:20

    Recorded at B.C Studio

  Bobby Previte: drums; Elliott Sharp: doubleneck guitar/bass, saxophones.

  and one under his name:

    22/ Requiem For Vincent                     (Previte)                3:03

  Charlae Olaker: soprano; Mary Feinsinger: alto; Charles Varick: tenor;
  Howard Rourke: bass.

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

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

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023 - COBRA: John Zorn

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

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

    Recorded live at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on October 21, 1985

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

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

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024 - SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Spillane                                 (Zorn, Lindsay)         25:12

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

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

    2/ Two-Lane Highway                         (Zorn)                  18:16

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

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

    3/ Forbidden Fruit                          (Zorn)                  10:20

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

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

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

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025 - LATE IN THE 20TH CENTURY: An Elektra/Nonesuch New Music Sampler

  This record features music by Kevin Volans, John Adams, John Zorn, Hamiet
  Bluiett, Wayne Horvitz, Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes, Scott
  Johnson, Philip Glass, Edgar Varèse, Idjah Hadidjah, Steve Reich.

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with John Zorn:
 
    4/ Spillane (excerpt)                       (Zorn)                   7:59
   
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch (USA), 9 79171-2 (CD)

  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references on (4).

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026 - HAPPY COME HOME: Victoria Williams

    1/ Shoes
    2/ Frying Pan
    3/ Merry Go Round
    4/ Happy
    5/ TC
    6/ I'll Do His Will
    7/ Big Fish
    8/ Animal Wild
    9/ Main Road
    10/ Lights
    11/ Opelousas
    12/ Statue Of A Bum
    13/ Poetry

    Produced by Anton Fier and Steven Soles

  Lamar Alsop; Amy Berger; Peter Blegvad; Carla Bley; Alfred Brown; T-Bone
  Burnett; Ralph Carney; Greg Cohen; Tony Conniff; Bob Cranshaw; Anton Fier;
  Irwin Fisch; Danny Frankel; Jody Harris; Fats Kaplin; Jesse Levy; Hugh
  McCracken; Tony Maimone; Lou Ann Montessi; Bobby Previte; Hans 
  Reumschuellel; Steven Soles; Steve Swallow; David Van Tieghem; Victoria
  Williams; Bernie Worrell; background Vocals: Stephen Croce, Angel Dean, 
  Lisa Herman, Syd Straw.

    1987 - Geffen Records (USA), GHS 24140 (LP)
    1993 - Geffen Records (USA), GEFD-24140 (CD)

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027 - VISTAS: Jeffrey Schanzer Ensemble

    1/ Movement                                 (Schanzer)              11:50
    2/ No Pasaran                               (Schanzer)               9:20
    3/ Vistas                                   (Schanzer)               9:40
    4/ Bounce                                   (Schanzer)               9:07

    Recorded at Radio City Studio, New York City on July 31, 1987
    Produced by Jeffrey Schanzer

  Jeffrey Schanzer: prepared guitar, claves, guitar; Leroy Jenkins: violin;
  Ned Rothenberg: bass clarinet, flute, alto; Lindsey Horner: bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums, marimba, glockenspiel; Bernadette Speach (3): conductor.

    1988 (?) - MusicVistas (USA), MusicVistas 001 (LP)

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028 - MARCOS & HARRY: David Fulton

    1/ Part 3: Semi-Trilogy                     (Fulton)                40:50

  David Fulton; Elliott Sharp; Robert Previte.

    1988 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7543 (LP)

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029 - MONSTER CURVE: Elliott Sharp/Carbon

  Selections from CARBON (1984), SIX SONGS/MARCO POLO'S ARGALI (1986) and 
  FRACTAL (1986).

     1/ Geometry                                                         5:30
     2/ Iso                                                              5:02
     3/ Helicopters                                                      5:14
     4/ Inverse Proportions                                              5:53
     5/ Cia Pope                                                         2:45
     6/ Intervention                                                     4:10
     7/ Last Laugh                                                       2:43
     8/ Vicious Cycle                                                    3:15
     9/ Singularity                                                      4:51
    10/ Squig                                                            4:38
    11/ Turbulence                                                       5:06
    12/ Dusts                                                            3:22
    13/ Lacunar                                                          4:00
    14/ Not-Yet-Time                                                    15:47

  Elliott sharp: doubleneck guitarbass, fretless guitar, saxophones, clari-
  nets, slabs, pantar, violinoid, tubinets, voice; Lesli Dalaba (4): trumpet;
  Ken Heer (11,12): trombone; David Linton (1-4): drums, electric talking 
  drum, metal; Mark E. Miller (1-4): drums; Jim Mussen (5-9,11): drums, slab;
  Charles K. Noyes (1-4,10): drums; Katie O'Looney (9-11): slab; Bobby
  Previte (9,11,13,14): drums; Jim Staley (11,12): trombone, bass trombone;
  Jane Tomkiewicz (5-8): slab, pantar.

    1988 - SST (USA), SST 208 (CT)
    1988 - SST (USA), SST CD 208 (CD)
    ???? - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1031 (CD)

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

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

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

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

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

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031 - PLIANT PLAINT: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Celebration In Capetown (Strangers No More)
						(Ehrlich)                7:26
    2/ The All Told Alto Blues                  (Ehrlich)                3:53
    3/ After After All                          (Ehrlich)                2:25
    4/ Pliant Plaint                            (Ehrlich)                7:50
    5/ After All                                (Ehrlich)               10:26
    6/ Willie Whipporwill's Back Slidin' Heart Throb Two-Step            
						(Ehrlich)                6:29
    7/ What I Know Now                          (Ehrlich)                4:00

    Recorded at Westrax Recording Studio, New York City in April 1987

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, clarinet, bass clarinet, flute, alto flute; Stan
  Strickland: soprano, tenor, flute; Anthony Cox: bass; Robert Previte: drums.

    1988 - Enja Records (Germany), Enja 5065 (LP)
    1988 - Enja Records (Germany), ENJA CD 5065-48 (CD)

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

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

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with David Garland:

    1/ This Is Love                             (Garland)                4:25

    Recorded at King Street Studio, New York City

  David Garland: vocal, Macintosh computer, arrangement; Guy Klucevsek: accor-
  dion; Bobby Previte: drums; Lucy Sumner: violin.

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

  Note: Bobby Previte is also the recording and mix engineer on the track by
  Guy Klucevsek.

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033 - CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING: Bobby Previte

    1/ Look Both Ways                           (Previte)                5:03
    2/ One Bowl                                 (Previte)                8:17
    3/ The King So Far                          (Previte)                4:41
    4/ Sometimes You Need An Airport            (Previte)                7:06
    5/ The Voice                                (Previte)                4:48
    6/ Claude's Late Morning                    (Previte)                6:28
    7/ First Song For Kate                      (Previte)                4:24
    8/ Ballet                                   (Previte)                8:04
    9/ Look Both Ways (Reprise)                 (Previte)                3:48
    10/ Bud                                     (Previte)                3:27

    Recorded at A&M Recording Studio, New York City

  Bobby Previte: drums, marimba, keyboards, drum machine, vocals; Wayne 
  Horvitz: Hammond organ, piano, harmonica; Ray Anderson: trombone; Bill 
  Frisell: electric guitar, banjo; Josh Dubin: pedal steel guitar; Joey Baron: 
  drums; Carol Emanuel: harp; Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Jim Mussen: electronic 
  drums, sampling.

    1988 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8811-2 (CD)
    1995 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79448 (CD)

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034 - LARKS, THEY CRAZY: Robin Holcomb

    1/ New                                      (Holcomb)                4:12
    2/ Larks, They Crazy                        (Holcomb)                5:02
    3/ The Natural World                        (Holcomb)                4:23
    4/ Thirds                                   (Holcomb)                7:48
    5/ Tala / Davenport                         (Holcomb)                3:25
    6/ Continuity                               (Holcomb)                4:34
    7/ Marking                                  (Holcomb)                2:32
    8/ March                                    (Holcomb)                4:50
    9/ Dixie                                    (Holcomb)                3:52
    10/ Silence In The Square                   (Holcomb)                5:27
    11/ Solo                                    (Holcomb)                2:48

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio on October 12-14, 1988
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Robin Holcomb: piano, voice on (2); Doug Wieselman: clarinet, tenor; Marty
  Ehrlich: bass clarinet, soprano, alto; Wayne Horvitz: DX-7, sampler; David
  Hofstra: bass, tuba; Robert Previte: drums.

    1989 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS 026 (LP)
    1989 - Sound Aspects (Germany), sas CD 026 (CD)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

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035 - NEXTWAVENEWMUSICAMERICA10THANNIVERSARY: various artists

  This record (to celebrate the 10th anniversary of New Music America) fea-
  tures music by Bobby Previte (1), Caetano Veloso (2), Philip Glass (3),
  Heiner Goebbels (4), Henry Threadgill (5), Ray Lema (6), John Cale (7),
  Neville Brothers and Freres Parent (8), Astor Piazzolla (9), Ryuichi
  Sakamoto (10), Laurie Anderson (11), Ron Kuivila (12), Wally Badarou (13),
  Chunk (14), Annea Lockwood (15).

    1/ Look Both Ways                           (Previte)                5:03

    1989 - nma 001 (CD)

  See CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING (1988) for further references on (1).

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036 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Note: the Tzadik reissue is also called FILMWORKS VII.

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037 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR - TRIP COASTER: John Zorn    

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

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

  See CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR (1989) for further references.

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038 - BRING YR CAMERA: The President

    1/ Hearts Are Broken                        (Horvitz)                5:07
    2/ Philip                                   (Horvitz)                6:00
    3/ Our Hands Of Water                       (Horvitz)                3:44
    4/ Ride The Wide Streets                    (Horvitz)                3:18
    5/ Clear The Bridge                         (Previte)                6:05
    6/ Andre's Mood                             (Horvitz)                5:20
    7/ 3 Crows                                  (Horvitz)                5:14
    8/ A Bad Dream                              (Horvitz)                9:59
    9/ Wish The Children Would Come On Home     (Horvitz)                3:39

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City in February 1988
    Produced by Arthur Moorhead and Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, harmonica, drum programming; Bobby Previte: drums;
  Elliott Sharp: guitars; Dave Hofstra: electric bass, tuba; Doug Wieselman:
  tenor; Dave Tronzo: slide guitar, national steel guitar.

    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60799-2 (CD)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 96 07991 (LP)

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039 - COVERT ACTION: Tom Varner, Mike Richmond, Bobby Previte

    1/ Covert Action                            (Varner)                 5:30
    2/ Radiator                                 (Varner)                 6:05
    3/ Meditation For D. Sharpe                 (Varner)                 1:20
    4/ Let's Call This                          (Monk)                   5:00
    5/ Hemaglobin                               (Varner)                 5:29
    6/ Dance For Bobby P.                       (Varner)                 4:35
    7/ They Say It's Wonderful                  (Irving Berlin)          5:39
    8/ Happy Trails                             (Dale Evans)             5:12

    Recorded at Newtex Studio, New York City on January 22-23, 1987

  Tom Varner: French horn; Mike Richmond: bass; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1989 - New Note, NN 1009CD (CD)

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040 - LATE IN THE 20TH CENTURY II: New Recording from Elektra/Nonesuch

  This record features music by Steve Reich, Bob Telson, Lee Breuer, J.S.
  Bach, Philip Glass, Carlos Paredes, Igor Stravinsky, Arvo Part, Wayne
  Horvitz, MFSB, Ornette Coleman, Akiko Yano, Bill Frisell, Gipsy King.

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with Wayne Horvitz:

    9/ Philip                                   (Wayne Horvitz)          4:54

    1989 - Elektra/Nonesuch, 9 79221-2 (CD)

  See BRING YR CAMERA (1989) for further references on (9).

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041 - GRAMAVISION 10TH ANNIVERSARY SAMPLER - DISK 2: various artists

  This record features John Carter, Anthony Davis, Kronos Quartet, Arditti
  String Quartet, James Newton, Billy Hart, Bobby Previte.

    9/ Bud                                      (Previte)                3:27

    1990 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79461 (CD)

  See CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING (1988) for further references.

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042 - EMPTY SUITS: Bobby Previte

    1/ Across State Lines                       (Previte)                5:43
    2/ Flying Buttress                          (Previte)                5:50
    3/ Gaboo                                    (Previte)                5:50
    4/ Break the Cups                           (Previte)                5:58
    5/ Great Wall                               (Previte)                9:08
    6/ Pitchl                                   (Previte)                6:41
    7/ Across State Lines (Reprise)             (Previte)                2:52
    8/ A Door Flies Open                        (Previte)                6:01

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York City in May 1990

  Bobby Previte: acoustic and electronic drums, acoustic and electronic 
  percussion, marimba, keyboard electronics, occasional guitar, vocals; Robin 
  Eubanks: trombone, trombone electronics; Steve Gaboury: Hammond B-3 organ, 
  piano, keyboard; Jerome Harris: electric bass, electric guitar, lap steel, 
  vocals; Allan Jaffee: electric guitar; Roberta Baum: voice; Carol Emanuel: 
  harp; Marty Ehrlich: alto; Elliott Sharp: guitar; David Shea: turntables; 
  Skip Krevens: pedal steel.

    1990 - Gramavision (USA), ??? (LP)
    1990 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79447 (CD)
    1990 - Gramavision (USA), ??? (CT)
    1995 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79447 (CD)

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

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

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with John Zorn:

    23/ Blue Of Noon                            (Zorn)                   1:05

    No recording information

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; David Hofstra: bass; Carol Emanuel: harp; Jim 
  Staley: trombone; Robert Previte: drums; Anthony Coleman; organ; David 
  Weinstein: keyboards. 
  
    1990 - Shimmy Disc (USA), SDE 9021 (CD)
    1990 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 9021/CD (CD)
    199? - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5034 (CD)

  Note: (23) is only available on the CD pressings.
  Note: there is another CD pressing (Shimmy 034) with the same content as the
  LP (only 18 tracks).

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

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

    7/ Recollection Bruise                      (Cora)                   2:49

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

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

  Note: the CT pressing is packaged in a can!

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045 - DEAD CITY RADIO: William S. Burroughs

    1/ William's Welcome                        (Burroughs, Pickett)     2:03
    2/ A Thanksgiving Prayer                    (Burroughs, Denning)     2:22
    3/ Naked Lunch Excerpts/Dinner Conversation (Burroughs, Denning)     7:16
    4/ Ah Pook The Destroyer/Brion Gysin's All-Purpose Bedtime Story
                                                (Burroughs, Cale)        2:46
    5/ After-Dinner Conversation/Where He Was Going
                                                (Burroughs, Denning)    11:40
    6/ Kill The Badger!                         (Burroughs, Buryl Red)   2:42
    7/ A New Standard By Which To Measure Infamy(Burroughs, Fagen)       1:47
    8/ The Sermon On The Mount 1                (Burroughs, Pickett)     1:30
    9/ No More Stalins, No More Hitler          (Burroughs, Cale)        1:00
    10/ The Sermon On The Mount 2               (Burroughs, Pickett)     1:22
    11/ Scandal At The Jungle Hilton            (Burroughs)              1:41
    12/ The Sermon On The Mount 3               (Burroughs, Pickett)     1:23
    13/ Love Your Enemies                       (Burroughs, Cale)        1:13
    14/ Dr. Benway's House                      (Sonic Youth)            0:40
    15/ Apocalypse                              (Burroughs, Cines, Denning)
                                                Giant, Ellis)            9:05
    16/ The Lord's Prayer                       (Burroughs, Stein)       0:45
    17/ Ich Bin Von Kopf Bis Fuss Auf Liebe Eingestellt
                                                (Friedrich Hollander)    2:30

    Recorded at Hairball 3, Lawrence (Kansas), Acoustilog/Sorcerer Sound,
    Quadrosonic Studios, and Sigma Sound Studios, New York
    Produced by Hal Willner and Nelson Lyon

  William Burroughs: voice; Lenny Pickett (1,8,10,12,17): woodwinds; Bobby
  Previte (1,8,10,12): percussion; Tom Varner (1,8,10,12): French horn; Maxine
  Neuman (1,8,10,12): cello; Frank Simms (1,8,10,12): vocals; Dennis Martin
  (1,8,10,12): vocals; Leslie Miller (1,8,10,12): vocals; Arlene Martel (1,8,
  10,12): vocals; Sonic Youth (1,14,16): Kim Gordon, Thurston Moore, Lee
  Ranaldo, Steve Shelley; NBC Symphony Orchestra (2,3,5,6,15); John Cale (4,9,
  13): keyboards, etc; Cheryl Hardwick (5,17): organ; Donald Fagen (7); Allen
  Ginsberg (11); Chris Stein (16).

    1990 - Island Records (USA), 422-846 264-2 (CD) 
    
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046 - THE NEW YORK COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA

    1/ Prodigal Son Revisited                   (Horvitz)                9:08
    2/ Nightbirds: Open 24 Hours                (Holcomb)               11:40
    3/ After All                                (Ehrlich)                8:25
    4/ The Montana Section                      (Wieselman)              3:42
    5/ Fever                                    (Davenport, Cooley)      6:48
    The House That Brings A Smile               (Horvitz)                9:03
      6/ Part 1                                                          3:48
      7/ Part 2                                                          1:34
      8/ Part 3                                                          3:41
    9/ Pliant Plaint                            (Ehrlich)                4:56
    10/ With The Hammer Down                    (Horvitz)                5:09
    11/ Interlude                               (Wieselman)              1:46

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City in January 1990

  Cleave E. Guyton, Jr.: alto, flute; Robert DeBellis: alto, flute; Doug 
  Wieselman: tenor, clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, soprano, bass clarinet; 
  Jimmy Cozier: baritone; Ray Anderson: trombone; Art Baron: trombone; Dave
  Hofstra (4): tuba; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Tom Varner: French horn;
  Herb Robertson: trumpet; Steven Berstein: trumpet; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet;
  Robin Holcomb: piano; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Lindsey Horner: bass; Robert
  Previte: drums, marimba; Stew Cutler (5,10): guitar.

    1990 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), NW397-2 (CD)
    1990 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), NW 397-4 (CT)

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047 - THE TRAVELLER'S TALE: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ The Short Circle In The Long Line        (Ehrlich)                6:46
    2/ The Reconsidered Blues                   (Ehrlich)                4:52
    3/ The Traveller's Tale                     (Ehrlich)                8:58
    4/ March                                    (Robin Holcomb)          5:33
    5/ Alice's Wonderland                       (Mingus)                 6:32
    6/ Melody For Madeleine                     (Ehrlich)                7:43
    7/ Plowshare People                         (Ehrlich)                7:40
    8/ Lonnie's Lament                          (John Coltrane)          5:55

    Recorded on May 30-31 and June 1, 1989

  Marty Ehrlich: soprano, alto, clarinet, bass clarinet; Lindsey Horner: bass;
  Stan Strickland: soprano, tenor; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1990 - Enja Records (Germany), R2 79630 (CD)
    1990 - Enja Records (Germany), ENJA 6024 2 (CD)

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048 - SILI/CONTEMP/TATION: Elliott Sharp/Carbon

  This record is a collection of pieces from the albums CARBON (1984), SIX 
  SONGS/MARCO POLO'S ARGALI (1985), and FRACTAL (1986) plus two unreleased 
  live performances.

    1/ As Diversity Disappears                  (Sharp)                  5:34
    2/ No Prob                                  (Sharp)                  2:25
    3/ Marco Polo's Argali                      (Sharp)                 20:22
    4/ Sili/Contemp/Tation                      (Sharp)                 18:11
    5/ Diffractal                               (Sharp)                  4:46
    6/ Alveoli                                  (Sharp)                  4:06
    7/ Self-Squared Dragon                      (Sharp)                  6:59
    8/ Bean                                     (Sharp)                  4:16
    9/ Onebigone                                (Sharp)                  3:47

    Recorded and mixed at B.C. Studio, by Martin Bisi, 1984-87
    (4) recorded live at the Kitchen, April 1985
    (7) recorded live at the Kitchen, June 1986

  Elliott Sharp: doubleneck guitarbass, saxophones, clarinets, slabs, pantar,  
  violinoid, sampler; Lesli Dalaba (1): trumpet; Ken Heer (3,4,7): trombone, 
  bass; David Hofstra (4): tuba, bass; David Linton (1): drums, metal; Mark 
  E. Miller (1): drums; Jim Mussen (2,3,7): drums, slab; Charles K. Noyes 
  (1,5,7): drums; Katie O'Looney (3,7): slab, snare; Bobby Previte (4,6-9): 
  drums; Jim Staley (3,4,7): trombone, bass trombone; Jane Tomkiewicz (2,3): 
  slab, pantar.

    1990 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1018 (CD)

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049 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES MARCH & APRIL '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features Pinski Zoo (1), Defunkt (2), Chunk (3), Frank London
  Orchestra (4), Third Person (5), Fertile Crescent (6), Thomas Chapin Trio
  (7), King 3 (8), Play (9), Bianca 'Flystrip' Miller (10).

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with Play:

    9/ untitled

  Bobby Previte: drums; Marty Ehrlich: reeds; Anthony Cox: bass.

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

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050 - KNITTING FACTORY KNOTES MAY & JUNE '91 ARTIST SAMPLER

  This tape features Kolner Saxophon Mafia (1), Bobby Previte Empty Suits (2),
  Mikel Rouse Broken Consort (3), Mark Lampariello Vertical Fractures (4), Ivo
  Perelman (5), Miracle Room (6), Boccherini Ensemble (7), King Missile (8),
  Ronald Shannon Jackson (9), Myra Melford Trio (10), Jean-Paul Bourelly & The
  Blue Wave Bandits (11), Wayne Horvitz The President (12), Church Of Betty
  (13).

    2/ Break The Cups                           (Previte)

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

  See EMPTY SUITS (1990) for further references.

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051 - FLYING VEGETABLES OF THE APOCALYPSE: Guy Klucevsek

    1/ Union Hall                               (Klucevsek)             17:30
    2/ Fez Up                                   (Klucevsek)              3:59
    3/ Loosening Up The Queen                   (Klucevsek)              5:03
    4/ Waltzing Above Ground                    (Klucevsek)              9:14
    5/ Reprieve                                 (Klucevsek)              4:07
    6/ Perusal                                  (Klucevsek)              9:13
    7/ Flying Vegetables Of The Apocalypse      (Klucevsek)              3:59
    8/ Blue Window                              (Klucevsek)              3:56
    9/ The Grass, It Is Blue                    (Klucevsek)              2:14

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion, vocals; Douglas Wieselman (1,2): tenor, clarinet;
  Lindsey Horner (1): doublebass; Steve Elson (2): soprano; David Seidel (2):
  electric guitar; Bobby Previte (2,9): drums; Diane Monroe (4,7): violin;
  Tom Cora (4,7): cello; Laura Seaton (5,6): violin; Mia Wu (5,6): violin;
  Erik Friedlander (5,6): cello; Marshall Taylor (8): alto; John King (9):
  electric guitar, vocals; David Hofstra (9): Fender bass.

    1991 - Experimental Intermedia Foundation (USA), XI 104 (CD)

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052 - NEKONOTOPIA NEKONOMANIA: Seigen Ono

    11/ Caramba                                 (Ono)                    3:38

    Recorded at Quad, New York in December 1988

  Bobby Previte: drums; Erik Sanko: bass; Jill Jaffe: violin; Maxine Neuman:  
  cello; Seigen Ono: 12-string guitar, CK-1, S-900, D-50, DX-7, balaphone.

    1990 - Saidera Records (Japan), TKCB-30057
    1991 - Crammed/Made to Measure, MTM 29 CD (CD)
    1991 - Crammed (Belgium), Crammed 30057 (CD)

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053 - FILM WORKS, 1986-1990: John Zorn

    White And Lazy                              (Zorn)                  
      1/ Main Title                                                      0:55
      2/ Homecoming                                                      1:15
      3/ The Heist                                                       3:20
      4/ Meat Dream                                                      1:15
      5/ Phone Call                                                      0:50
      6/ End Title                                                       1:59
    
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June 1986    

  Robert Quine: guitar; Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocals; Melvin Gibbs: bass;
  Anton Fier: drums; Carol Emanuel: harp; David Weinstein: keyboards; Ned
  Rothenberg: bass clarinet.

    The Golden Boat                             (Zorn)                  
      7/ Fanfare                                                         0:30
      8/ Theme                                                           2:59
      9/ Jazz I                                                          2:51
      10/ Horror Organ                                                   1:06
      11/ Mexico                                                         1:56
      12/ Mood                                                           3:17
      13/ Rockabilly                                                     2:01
      14/ Slow                                                           2:47
      15/ Jazz Oboes                                                     2:33
      16/ The Golden Boat (Turntable Mix)                                2:58
      17/ End Titles                                                     2:53

    Recorded at Platinum Island Studio, New York in May 1990
 
  Vicki Bodner: oboe; John Zorn: alto; Robert Quine: guitar; Anthony Coleman:
  keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp; David Shea: turntable, vocals; Mark Dresser:
  bass; Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percussion; Robert Previte: drums, marimba.

    18/ The Good, The Bad And The Ugly          (Ennio Morricone)        1:04

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

  Robert Quine: guitar; Bill Frisell: guitar; Fred Frith: bass; Wayne Horvitz:
  Hammond organ; David Weinstein: keyboards; Carol Emanuel: harp; Robert 
  Previte: drums, percussion, vocal.

    She Must Be Seeing Things                   (Zorn)
      19/ Main Title                                                     1:04
      20/ Swirling Shot                                                  1:20
      21/ Homecoming                                                     3:22
      22/ Catalina Flash                                                 0:28
      23/ Seduction                                                      4:54
      24/ Sex Shop Boogaloo                                              2:47
      25/ Catalina Escapes                                               1:11
      26/ Worms                                                          1:04
      27/ Death Waltz Fantasy                                            1:24
      28/ Following Sequence                                             3:03
      29/ Movie Set                                                      1:20
      30/ Climax                                                         2:55
      31/ Going To Dinner                                                2:38
      32/ End Titles                                                     3:27

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in December 1986 
    
  Shelley Hirsch: voice; John Zorn: alto; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, clarinet; Tom
  Varner: French horn; Jim Staley: trombone; Bill Frisell: guitar; Carol
  Emanuel: harp; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste, harpsichord; Wayne
  Horvitz: Hammond organ, piano, DX7; David Weinstein: mirage, CZ101 key-
  boards; David Hofstra: bass; Naná Vasconcelos: Brazilian percussion; Robert
  Previte: drums, percussion, vibes, timpani, orchestra bells.

    1991 - Wave Records (Japan), Eva 2024 (CD)
    1992 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79270-2 (CD)
    1992 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79270-4 (CT)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7314 (CD)
    2002 (or 2003?) - ??? (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD?)

  Note: the Wave pressing has a color sleeve; the Elektra pressing has a 
  sleeve with the front in black and white and the back in color.

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054 - POLKA DOTS & LASER BEAMS: Guy Klucevsek

  Guy Klucevsek interprets compositions by Steve Elson, Tom Cora, Guy
  Klucevsek, Joseph Kasinskas, Anthony Coleman, Daniel Goode, Nicolas Collins,
  Guy De Bievre, Robin Holcomb, Duke Ellington, Peter Garland, William
  Duckworth, Bobby Previte, Carl Finch.

    1/ From Here To Paternity Polka             (Steve Elson)            2:53
    2/ The Imperial Buzzard                     (Tom Cora)               2:27
    3/ The Grass, It Is Blue                    (Klucevsek)              2:18
    4/ Peek-A-Boo Polka                         (Joseph Kasinskas)       3:12
    5/ Medjunarodni Nacin Polka                 (Anthony Coleman)        4:27
    6/ Diet Polka                               (Daniel Goode)           3:38
    7/ Devil From Milwaukee                     (Nicolas Collins)        3:49
    8/ Polka Dots And Laser Beams               (Guy de Bievre)          2:46
    9/ The Winnemucca Polka                     (Robin Holcomb)          2:40
    10/ Klop                                    (Duke Ellington)         1:45
    11/ The Club Nada Polka                     (Peter Garland)          3:00
    12/ Polking Around                          (William Duckworth)      3:44
    13/ The Nova Scotia Polka                   (Bobby Previte)          8:23
    14/ Prairie Dogs                            (Carl Finch)             2:48

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in January 1990
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion, vocals; John King: electric guitar, electric vio-
  lin, dobro, vocals; David Hofsta: Fender bass, doublebass, tuba; Bill Ruyle:
  drums, marimba; Nicolas Collins (7): trombone-propelled electronics; Jaguar
  Wishbone Connecticut (1,3,12,13,14): drums, marimba, ride cymbal; Steve
  Elbon (1): baritone saxophone; Mark Feldman (13): violin; Erik Friedlander
  (6,11): cello; Mary Rowell (6,11): violin; Dubmeister Wally (7); Douglas
  Wieselman (9,10): clarinet.

    1991 - Eva (Japan), WWCX 2036 (CD)
    1996 - Evva (Japan), ??? (CD)
    2012 - Starkland (USA), ST-218 (2xCD)

  Note: Bobby Previte appears under an alias ("Jaguar Wishbone Connecticut").
  Note: The 2xCD reissue has not been released yet (planned on October 16, 
  2012).
  Note: The 2xCD reissue also includes ?WHO STOLE THE POLKA? (1991).

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055 - ?WHO STOLE THE POLKA?: Guy Klucevsek

  Guy Klucevsek interprets compositions by William Obrecht, David Garland,
  John King, Fred Frith, Peter Zummo, Bill Ruyle, Lois V Vierk, Phillip
  Johnston, Thomas Albert, Carl Stone, Mary Jane Leach, David Mahler, Elliott
  Sharp, A. Leroy.

    1/ Guy, Won't You Play Your Accordion?      (William Obrecht)        3:32
    2/ The VCR Polka                            (David Garland)          2:55
    3/ Solidarity-Polka Song                    (John King)              3:43
    4/ The Disinformation Polka                 (Fred Frith)             4:06
    5/ (The) Who Stole The Polka                (Peter Zummo)            2:11
    6/ (Do The) Lurk -- Part 2 -- Polka         (Bill Ruyle)             2:14
    7/ Some Of That "Old Time Soul" Polka       (Klucevsek)              2:11
    8/ Attack Cat Polka                         (V Vierk, A. Stidfole)   1:21
    9/ Pontius Pilate Polka                     (Phillip Johnston)       8:27
    9a/ The Devil's Polka                       (Thomas Albert)
    10/ Fuddle The Shux                         (Carl Stone)             3:28
    11/ Guy De Polka                            (Mary Jane Leach)        3:08
    12/ The Twenty-Second Street Accordion Band (David Mahler)           3:07
    13/ Happy Chappie Polka                     (Elliott Sharp)          1:39
    14/ Wild Goose                              (A. Leroy)               5:48

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in July 1991
    (4,13) recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in January 1990
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion, vocals; John King: electric guitar, electric vio-
  lin, dobro, vocals; David Hofsta: Fender bass, doublebass, tuba; Bill Ruyle:
  drums, marimba, triangle; David Garland (1,2,9,12,14): voice, whistling;
  Thomas Buckner (8): voice; Nicolas Collins (9a): trombone-propelled electro-
  nics; Jaguar Wishbone Connecticut (1,2,4,7,13): drums; Erik Friedlander (5,
  8): cello, vocals; Mary Rowell (5,6,8,9a,10,14): violin, vocals; Elliott
  Sharp (13): voice, tenor; Dubmeister Wally (9a); Douglas Wieselman (7): cla-
  rinet.

    1991 - Eva (Japan), WWCX 2037 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Germany), 33009 (CD)
    2012 - Starkland (USA), ST-218 (2xCD)

  Note: Bobby Previte appears under an alias ("Jaguar Wishbone Connecticut").
  Note: The 2xCD reissue has not been released yet (planned on October 16, 
  2012).
  Note: The 2xCD reissue also includes POLKA DOTS & LASER BEAMS (1991).

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056 - PACE YOURSELF: Tim Berne's Caos Totale

    1/ Bass Voodoo                              (Berne)                  9:57
    2/ The Noose                                (Berne)                  7:34
    3/ The Usual                                (Berne)                  8:15
    4/ Sam's Dilemma                            (Berne)                 13:33
    5/ The Legend Of P-I                        (Berne)                 26:21
    6/ Luna                                     (Berne)                  4:32

    Recorded at Bauer Studios, Ludwigsburg (Germany) in November 1990

  Tim Berne: alto; Mark Dresser: bass, bungy giffus; Steve Swell: trombone;
  Bobby Previte: drums, music manuscript; Herb Robertson: trumpet, cornet,
  flutes, flugelhorn, balloon, whistles, vocals; Marc Ducret: electric gui-
  tar, fretless electric guitar.

    1991 - JMT, 834 442-2 (CD)
    1991 - JMT (Japan), POCJ 1058 (CD)
    2003 - Winter & Winter (Germany), JMT Edition no. 919 040-2 (CD)

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057 - WEATHER CLEAR, TRACK FAST: Bobby Previte

    1/ Quinella                                 (Previte)                9:05
    2/ Weather Clear, Track Fast                (Previte)                5:34
    3/ Traffic Along The Rail                   (Previte)               11:43
    4/ 3/4 Pole                                 (Previte)                6:45
    5/ Backstretch                              (Previte)                7:23
    6/ Photo Finish                             (Previte)                7:18
    7/ Weather Cloudy, Track Slow               (Previte)                7:12

    Recorded in New York City on January 7 and 8, 1991
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Don Byron: clarinet, baritone; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, bass clarinet, alto,
  flute; Bobby Previte: drums; Anthony Davis: piano; Robin Eubanks: trombone;
  Anthony Cox: bass; Graham Haynes: cornet.

    1991 - Enja Records (Germany), R2 79667 (CD)
    199? - Enja Records, ENJ 6082 (CD)

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058 - OMONIMO: The Bang

    1/ Dartman                                  (Berne)                 12:40
    2/ Dazed And Confused                       (J. Page)               11:34
    3/ Calma E Gesso                            (Zorzi, Ederle)         10:00
    4/ Fourth                                   (improvisation)          4:14
    5/ The Rose In The Beer                     (Feldman)               15:57

    Recorded live at Roccella Jonica in August 1990

  Roberto Zorzi: ghost guitar, driver, cover man; Tim Berne: alto; Matteo
  Ederle: keyboards, cover man; Mark Feldman: violin; Percy Jones: electric
  bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Herb Robertson: trumpet, flugelhorn.

    1991 - Nueva (Italy), NC 3011 (CD)
    2011 - Ictus (USA), 158 (CD)

  Note: the reissue is called BANG! and the order of the tracks is different 
  (1/5/2/4/3).

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059 - CORPORATE ART: Corporate Art

    1/ Blood Sugar 360                          (Previte)                8:13
    2/ 21                                       (Helias)                 6:53   
    3/ Mutations                                (Doran)                  7:06
    4/ Skin                                     (Helias)                 4:57
    5/ Chiarascuro                              (Thomas)                 6:56
    6/ Heitere Gelassenheit                     (Doran)                  4:50
    7/ Bass Minotaur                            (Helias)                 6:35
    8/ The Same But Different                   (Doran)                  8:54
    9/ Theme For W.                             (Previte)                5:39

    Recorded & mixed at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany on 4-30, 5-1/2,
    5-21/22 & 6/23, 1991

  Bobby Previte: drums; Gary Thomas: tenor, flute on (5); Mark Helias: elec-
  tric bass; Christy Doran: electric guitar.

    1991 - JMT, JMT CD 849-155-2 (CD)
    2004 - Winter & Winter (Germany), JMT Edition no. 919 053-2 (CD)

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060 - OPPOSITES ATTRACT: Paul Dresher & Ned Rothenberg

    1/ Orient And Tropic                        (Dresher, Rothenberg)   11:04
    2/ The Long Seven                           (Dresher, Rothenberg)    3:17
    3/ Yuuniik                                  (Dresher, Rothenberg)    2:30
    The Untold Story
      4/ Sidi Infi/Bolero In Straight Jabs      (Dresher, Rothenberg)    4:13
      5/ The Edge Of Sleep                      (Dresher, Rothenberg)    3:57
      6/ Shriek                                 (Dresher, Rothenberg)    4:10
      7/ The Paddling Floes                     (Dresher, Rothenberg)    7:02
      8/ This Endup                             (Dresher, Rothenberg)    4:15
    9/ Opposites Attack                         (Dresher, Rothenberg)    5:13
    10/ Skronk                                  (Dresher, Rothenberg)    4:16
    11/ Straight Jabs Redux/Finale              (Dresher, Rothenberg)    6:07

    Recorded at Home Base Studios, New York City in July and December 1990

  Ned Rothenberg: shakuhachi, bass clarinet, sequencing, alto, tenor, samp-
  ling; Paul Dresher: guitar, sampling, tape loop system, sequencing; Anthony
  Jackson (1-8,11): electric bass guitar; Mark Dresser (1-8): acoustic bass,
  Arco bass; Bobby Previte (1-3): drums; Gene Reffkin (1): high hat, electro-
  nic percussion; Samm Bennett (1-8,11): octoban, cymbals, acoustic and elec-
  tronic drums, shakers.

    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80411-2 (CD)

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061 - MUSIC OF THE MOSCOW CIRCUS: Bobby Previte

    1/ Overture                                 (Previte)                4:11
      1a/ Fire And Lightening                                            
      1b/ Spring's Theme                        
    2/ The Russian Bar                          (Previte)                6:04
    3/ Crazy Clown                              (Previte)                0:28
    4/ One Hand On The Wheel                    (Previte)                4:55
    5/ Confused Clown                           (Previte)                0:50
    6/ Spring, Beauty, And The Muse             (Previte)                9:44
    7/ March Clown                              (Previte)                1:00
    8/ Spring Steps Out                         (Previte)                5:34
    9/ Comic Clown                              (Previte)                0:32
    10/ The Melody. And The Melody Inside That  (Previte)                5:04
    11/ Congo Clown                             (Previte)                0:41
    12/ Rattango                                (Previte)                3:50
    13/ More Confused Clown                     (Previte)                1:11
    14/ Seven Alarm                             (Previte)                5:20
    15/ Finale                                  (Previte)                1:53
    16/ Thunder And Blazes                      (Julius Fucik)           2:55

    Recorded at RPM Studios, New York City in August 1991

  Jerome Harris: acoustic and electric guitar, vocals; Mark Helias: acoustic
  and electric bass, vocals; Steve Gaboury: piano, Hammond organ, keyboards;
  Carol Emanuel: harp; Mark Feldman: violin; Herb Robertson: trumpet, pocket
  trumpet, cornet; Roger Squitero: percussion; Bobby Previte: drums, key-
  boards, vocals; Elliott Sharp: sample programming.

    1990 - Gramavision (USA), GRV 74662 (CD)
    1991 - Gramavision (USA), R2 79466 (CD)
    1995 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79466 (CD)

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062 - SOLO GUITAR & ENSEMBLE PIECES: Bill Horvitz
  
    Part One
      1/ The Kitchen Noises                     (Horvitz)                4:18
      2/ The Lost Child                         (Horvitz)                4:56
      3/ And A Time To Mourn                    (Horvitz)                3:11
      4/ Coyote Man In The Center Of The Sun    (Horvitz)                4:13
      5/ Archetypal Industry                    (Horvitz)                6:10
      6/ Walking Backward                       (Horvitz)                4:38
      7/ The Mirrored Heart                     (Horvitz)                6:01

    Recorded at OTR Studios, Burlingame (California) in January and April 1989

  Bill Horvitz: electric guitar, harmonica.

    Part Two
      8/ The Way It Feels                       (Horvitz)               17:02
      9/ Heat Lightning                         (Horvitz)               13:24

    Recorded in concert at Roulette, New York City on December 5, 1986

  Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Herb Robertson:
  trumpet; George Cartwright: tenor; Elliott Sharp: electric bass, bass cla-
  rinet; Evan Gallagher: conductor; Jason Hwang: violin; Marion Brandis: flu-
  te; Bobby Previte: drums; Myra Melford: piano; David Hofstra: bass, tuba; 
  Alex Lodico: trombone.

    1991 - Ear-Rational (Germany), ECD 1027 (CD)

  Note: Bobby Previte does not play on (1-7).

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063 - COUNTERCURRENTS: various artists

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

    4/ The Montana Section                      (Doug Wieselman)         3:42
    8/ Fever                                    (E. Colley, J. Davenport)6:48

    1991 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80421-2 (CD) 
    
  See THE NEW YORK COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA (1990) for further references.

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York City in January 1992
    (6) recorded at Power Station, New York City in January 1990
    
  Cleave E. Guyton, Jr.: alto, flute; Robert DeBellis: alto, soprano; Doug
  Wieselman: tenor, clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: tenor, alto, soprano, clarinet,
  bass clarinet; Sam Furnace: baritone; Ray Anderson (6): trombone, tuba; Art
  Baron (6): trombone, didjeridu; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Eddie Allen:
  trumpet; Steven Berstein: trumpet, flugelhorn; Jack Walrath: trumpet; Robin
  Holcomb: piano; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Lindsey Horner: bass; Bobby
  Previte (6): drums, marimba; Butch Morris (6): cornet.

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

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066 - MIRACLE MILE: Wayne Horvitz The President

    1/ The Front                                (Horvitz)                5:16
    2/ Variations On A theme By W.C. Handy      (Horvitz)                6:30
    3/ I'm Downstairs                           (Horvitz)                5:19
    4/ Shuffle                                  (Horvitz)                5:57
    5/ And Sing This Song                       (Horvitz)                4:12
    6/ Yuba City                                (Horvitz)                7:33
    7/ An Open Letter To George Bush            (Horvitz)                6:47
    8/ Miracle Mile                             (Horvitz)                5:51
    
    Recorded at Ironwood Studios, Seattle
    
  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, amplified piano, harmonica; Stew Cutler: guitar;
  J.A. Deane: trombone, electronics; Kermit Driscoll: electric bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums; Doug Wieselman: tenor, clarinet; Bill Frisell: guitar; Denny
  Goodhew: saxophones; Elliott Sharp: guitar; Ben Steele: guitar controlled
  sampler.
  
    1992 - Elektra Nonesuch, 9 79278-2 (CD)
  
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067 - NOTS: Elliott Sharp

  A collection of rare and out-of-print items recorded 1980-1982 and previous-
  ly released on the Zoar and Glass labels.

    13/ Sample/Hold                             (Sharp)                  5:33
    
    Recorded live at A7 Club, CBGB, Mort, May 25, 1982

  Elliott Sharp: guitars, bass, bass clarinet, soprano, razor; Michael Brown:  
  bass; Al Diaz: percussion; Robert Previte: drums; David Linton: drums; Scott
  Jarvis: drums; Paul Burwell: drums; Mark Miller: drums; Gwain Gillespie: 
  percussion; Neal White: percussion; Wayne Horvitz: synthesizer; Chris Vine:
  guitar; Felipe Orrego: guitar; Jeanette Riedel: violin; Richard Edson: 
  trumpet; Phillip Johnston: soprano; David Sacks: trombone.

    1992 - Atonal Records (Germany), ACD 3011 (CD)

  Note: not available on the LP. 

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068 - WEIRD NIGHTMARE - MEDITATIONS ON MINGUS: various artists

    1/ Canon (Part I)                           (Mingus)                 3:20 
    2/ Meditations On Mingus                    (Mingus)                 3:47 
    3/ Canon (Part II)                          (Mingus)                 3:15 
    4/ Jump Monk                                (Mingus)                 3:57 
    5/ Weird Nightmare                          (Mingus)                 3:07 
    6/ Work Song                                (Mingus)                 7:06 
    7/ Self-Portrait In 3 Colors                (Mingus)                 3:29 
    8/ Purple Heart                             (Mingus)                 2:38 
    9/ Tonight at Noon                          (Mingus)                 5:31 
    10/ Gunslinging Bird (Or If Charlie Parker Were A Gunslinger...)
						(Mingus)                 1:40
    11/ Weird Nightmare Interlude               (Mingus)                 0:57 
    12/ Reincarnation of a Lovebird/Haitian Fight Song Montage
						(Mingus)           	 4:48 
    13/ Open Letter To Duke                     (Mingus)   		 4:53              
    14/ The Shoes Of The Fisherman's Wife Are Some Jive Ass Slippers
						(Mingus)		 2:37
    15/ Oh Lord, Don't Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb On Me
						(Mingus)           	 6:48
    16/ Eclipse                                 (Mingus)                 7:15 
    17/ Pithecanthropus Erectus                 (Mingus)                 5:43 
    18/ Freedom                                 (Mingus)                 2:52 
    19/ Weird Nightmare (Reprise)               (Mingus)                 0:40 

    Recorded at Mastersound Studios, Astoria (New York)
    (9,15) recorded at J.D. Studios, Madrid (Spain)
    (13) recorded at A&R Studios, New York
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Art Baron (1-8,10,14,16-19): didjeridoos, trombone, wood flute, tuba, great
  bass recorder, harmonic canon, percussion, cloud chamber bowls, muted 
  trombone, humming, metal slab; Francis Thumm (1-3,5-8,16-19): chromelodeon
  II, harmonic canon, cloud chamber bowls, marimba eroica, percussion, hum-
  ming; Bill Frisell (1-8,10-12,14,16-19): guitars, adapted guitar, surrogate 
  kithara, percussion, electric guitar, effects; Don Alias (1-8,10,12,16-19):
  percussion, cymbals, timbales, cowbells, bass marimba, diamond marimba, hand
  drums, congas, bata, dumbek, clappers, dumbetik, chair, humming; Gary Lucas
  (1,3-4,12,18): electric slide guitar, electric guitar weirdness, National 
  steel bottleneck guitar; Michael Blair (1-8,10,12,16-19): cone gongs, bass 
  marimba, marimba eroica, drums, flapper, chinese drum, cloud chamber bowls,
  crychord, conga, brushes, harmonic canon, chromelodeon II, whirley tube, 
  clappers, finger cymbals, Tibetan cymbals, bass drums, percussion, metals,
  humming, timbales, a two by four; Greg Cohen (1-10,12,14-19): cloud chamber
  bowls, bass, cone gongs, adapted guitar, crychord, percussion; Henry 
  Threadgill (2,5,19): flute; Marc Ribot (2,5,19): banjo, marimba eroica; 
  Elvis Costello (5,19): vocal, harmonic canon; Vernon Reid (6): surrogate 
  kithara; Geri Allen (6): chromelodeon II, piano; Don Byron (6-8,12,14,16):
  marimba eroica, clarinet, bass clarinet; Henry Rollins (8): voice; Charlie 
  Watts (9,15): drums; Crispin Cioe (9,15): alto, baritone saxophone; Bob Funk
  (9,15): trombone; Arno Hecht (9,15): tenor; Hollywood Paul Litteral (9,15):
  trumpet; Chuck D (10): vocal; Hall Willner (12,16-17): sound effects, 
  samples, percussion, g-bastard calls; Tony Trischka (13): banjo; Bob Stewart
  (13): tuba; Barry Mitterhoff (13): mandolin, guitar; Susan Evans (13): 
  percussion, washboard, spoons; Kenny Kosek (13): violin; Howard Levy (13):
  harmonica; Bobby Previte (13): kazoos, castanets, spoons; Hubert Selby, Jr.
  (14): voice; Chuck Leavell (15): piano; Keith Richards (15): vocal, guitar;
  Bobby Keyes (15): tenor saxophone; Bernard Fowler (15): vocals; Diamanda 
  Galas (16): vocals; Robert Quine (17): guitar, sample keyboard; Ray Davies
  (18): humming; Dr. John (18): spoken words and lead vocal.

    1992 - Columbia (USA), CK 52739 (CD)

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069 - RED TRAIN - KUNSTZUGMUSIK: various artists

  The record features The Naked Lunch (1,19), Micro Oper (2-4), Dr. Grete
  Wehmeyer & Dieter E. Neuhaus (5), Sandra Coutinho (6,8,16), The Blech (7,
  17), Cornelia Niemann & Annemarie Roelofs (8,10), Jon Rose (11), Betty 
  Striewe & Stefan Irmer (12,14), The Tape (13), David Garland (15), Martin
  Neubauer (18,20,22), Harald Lillmeyer (21).
  
  Bobby Previte plays on one track with David Garland:

    15/ This Is Love                            (David Garland)          4:25

    1992 - Musik Der Zukunft (Germany?), ??? (CD)
  
  See ISLAND OF SANITY (1987) or A CLASSIC GUIDE TO NO MAN'S LAND (1988) for
  further references on (15).

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070 - GRAMAVISION SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features Medeski Martin and Wood, Jim Payne's New Work Funk, Pee
  Wee Ellis, J.B. Horns, Bernie Worrell, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Bob Nelson,
  Liberty Horses, Taj Mahal, Ray Anderson, John Scofield, Bob Moses, Bobby
  Previte, John Carter, Arditti String Quartet, Anthony Davis, La Monte Young
  and the Forever Bad Blues Band.

    13/ Across State Lines (Reprise)    (Previte)                        2:52

    1993 - Gramavision Records (USA), PRCD 7051 (CD)

  See EMPTY SUITS (1990) for further references.

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071 - WILD AMERICA: Iggy Pop

    4/ Evil California                          (Pop, Terry Adams)       3:48

    1993 - Virgin Records America, V25H-38409 (CD single)

  See SHORT CUTS (1993) for further references.

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072 - SHORT CUTS: Soundtrack of the Robert Altman's movie

    1/ Open On Helicopters 		(sound effect)			 0:50
    2/ Conversation On A Barstool       (Bono, The Edge)                 5:46
    3/ To Hell With Love                (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)            6:25
    4/ Punishing Kiss                   (E. Costello, C. O'Riordan)      3:16
    5/ Cello Concerto In B Minor	(Antonin Dvorak)		 5:16
    6/ Blue                             (J. Hendricks, G. Mahones)       4:47
    7/ Evil California (These Blues)    (T. Adams, I. Pop)               3:48
    9/ A Thousand Years                 (G. Friday, M. Seezer)           4:26
    8/ Berceuse (The Firebird Suite)	(Igor Stravinsky)		 2:50
    9/ A Thousand Years			(Gavin Friday, Maurice Seezer)	 4:26
    10/ Cello Concerto No. 2, Opus 30	(Victor Herbert)		 5:04
    11/ Imitation Of A Kiss             (R. Nathanson, D. Cale, M. Ribot)4:37
    12/ Full Moon                       (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)            3:59 
    13/ I Don't Know You                (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)            6:08
    14/ Nothing Can Stop Me Now         (Horace Silver)                  4:33
    15/ Earthquake			(sound effect)		 	 0:27
    16/ medley                                                           6:50
	Prisoner Of Life                (Doc Pomus, Dr. John)    
	I'm Gonna Go Fishin             (P. Lee, D. Ellington)
    17/ How Does She Do It So Quickly	(Thomas Tree, Cory Coppage)	 0:50

    Recorded live at The Low Note by Eric Liljestrand
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Annie Ross (except on 14): vocals; Bruce Fowler: trombone; Terry Adams:
  piano; Gene Estes: vibes; Greg Cohen: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Steven
  Bernstein (3,12): trumpet; Dave Tronzo (3,12,13): slide guitar; Iggy Pop
  (7): vocals; Anthony Coleman (7): clavinet, synthesizer; Roy Nathanson (11):
  alto; Michael Stipe (12): vocals; Lori Singer (13): cello; Lenny Pickett
  (16): woodwinds.

    1993 - Imago, 72787-21014-4 (CT)
    1993 - Imago, 72787-21014-2 (CD)

  Note: Bobby Previte appears in the movie.

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073 - CITYSCAPE: Andreas Willers

    1/ Swamplegend
    2/ Cityscape
    3/ Bauhaus
    4/ Reggea
    5/ Princess
    6/ Judika
    7/ Time Flies
    8/ Four Miles
    9/ Rummage
    10/ Cycles
    11/ Northern Bars
    12/ All The Way

    Recorded at Kreuzberg Sound Studio, Berlin (Germany) in August 1992 and in
    New York in April 1992

  Andreas Willers: guitar, electric guitar, guitar synthesizer; Horst
  Nonnenmacher (1-5,11,12): bass; Jim Black (1-5,11,12): drums; Mark Dresser 
  (6-10): bass; Bobby Previte (6-10): drums.

    1993 - Sound Aspects (Germany), SAS 048 (CD)

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074 - 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.

    14/ Poem For Gretchen Ruth                  (Haines, Cartwright)     0:46

    Recorded in October 1986

  Alex Chilton: voice; Wayne Horvitz: piano; David Hofstra: bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums.

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

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075 - AMERICAN CLAVÉ: various artists

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

  Gold Disc (1020):
  Red Disc (1026):
    21/ Poem For Gretchen Ruth                  (Haines, Cartwright)

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

  See DARN IT! (1993) for further references on (21).

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076 - KOROSHI NO BLUES: Makigami Koichi

    1/ Saizansu Mambo                           (Tani, Tetsuo, Tadaosa)
    2/ Onna O Wasurero                          (Toshio, Toru)
    3/ Machiboke No Kissaten                    (Hattori, arr. Quine)
    4/ Akunin Shigan                            (Kayako, Riichiro, arr. Zorn)
    5/ Sukiyaki Etoufee                         (Rokusuke, Hachidai, arr.
						 Klucevsek)
    6/ Yozora No Fue                            (Kuranosuke)
    7/ Tokyo No Yane No Shita                   (Takao, Ryoichi, arr. Gallant)
    8/ Kaette Kita Yopparai                     (Folk Parody Gang, Kazuhiko,
						 arr. Yoshihide)
    9/ Utsuro                                   (Koichi)
    10/ Marianne                                (Yasuko, Yoshio)
    11/ Koroshi No Blues                        (Hachiro, Kagehisa)

    Recorded at R.P.M. Sound, New York City in January 1992
    (10) recorded at Greenpoint
    Produced by John Zorn

  Makigami Koichi: vocals, devil chanting on (4); Tokyo Nami (1): vocals; 
  Jazzy Joyce (1): turntables; Andrew Sterman (1): piccolo; Steven Bernstein 
  (1,7): trumpet; Pablo Calogero (1): baritone saxophone; Marcus Persiani (1): 
  piano; Guillermo Edghill (1): bass; Papo Pepin (1): congas; Joe Gonzales 
  (1): bongos, guiro, cowbell; Raul Paonessa (1): drums; John Patton (2): 
  organ; Marc Ribot (2,8,11): guitar, acoustic guitar, charango; Jeff 
  Hirshfield (2): drums; Robert Quine (3): guitar; Matthew Sweet (3): guitar;
  Steve Shelley (3): drums; Andy Haas (4): didjeridu; Anthony Coleman (4): 
  sampler, organ; David Shea (4,6): turntables; Mark Dresser (4): bass; James 
  Pugliese (4): percussions; Haino Keiji (4,10): devil chanting on (4), gui-
  tar, vocals; Otomo Yoshihide (4,8,11): devil chanting on (4), turntables, 
  handmade guitar, sampler; Kato Hideki (4,8,9): devil chanting on (4), bass;
  Guy Klucevsek (5): piano, accordion; Mark Feldman (5): violin; David Hofstra 
  (5,7): bass; Robert Previte (5): drums; Laura Seaton (6): violin; Jane 
  Scarpantoni (6): cello; Joe Gallant (7): 6-string bass; Janet Axelrod (7): 
  flute; Phillip Johnston (7): soprano; Walter Thompson (7): alto; Louie 
  Belogenis (7): tenor; Dave Sewelson (7): baritone saxophone; Frank London 
  (7): trumpet; Jason Hwang (7): violin; Margo Grib (7): violin, voice; 
  Michelle Kinney (7): cello; Dawn Buckholz (7): cello; Elizabeth Pamzer (7): 
  harp; Ann Klein (7): guitar; Vito Ricci (7): synthesizer, wrench guitar; Tom 
  Judson (7): accordion; Evan Gallagher (7): piano, organ; Skip Reed (7): 
  vibes, percussions; Dickie Dworkin (7): drums; Kuroda Kyoko (8): piano, 
  voice; Naná Vasconcelos (8): Brazilian percussions; Nicolas Collins (9): 
  "Barney"; John Zorn (10): alto, vocals; Bill Laswell (10): bass; Mick Harris 
  (10): drums, vocals; Hoppy Kamiyama (11): killer.

    1993 - Toshiba-EMI Japan, TOCT-6496 (CD)
    2011 - EMI/Bridge (Japan), EGDS 45 (CD)

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077 - JAZZ A GO-GO: various artists

  This record features Candy Dulfer & Funky Stuff, Lester Bowie's Brass 
  Fantasy, Western Jazz Quintet (featuring Billy Hart and Wlodek Pawlik),
  Bobby Previte's Empty Suits, Back to the Bass.

    4/ Waltz                                    (Previte)               14:10

    Recorded live at the Akwarium, Warsaw (Poland) on January 22, 1994

  Bobby Previte: drums; Steve Gaboury: Hammond organ, keyboards; Jerome 
  Harris: guitar, bass; Mike Cain: keyboards; Herb Robertson: cornet.

    1994 - Jazz a Go-go (Poland), A-002 (magazine+CD)

  Note: this CD is only available with the issue No 2, February 1994, of the 
  Polish magazine "Jazz a go-go".

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078 - ALMOST NORMAL: jMT sampler

  This record features Django Bates, Tim Berne, Gary Thomas, Gabrielle
  Goodman, John McLaughlin, Hank Roberts, Miniature, Uri Caine, Cassandra
  Wilson, Corporate Art, Paul Motian.

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with Corporate Art:

    10/ Cover The Earth                         (Previte)                5:56

    1994 - jMT, jMT 514 011-2 (CD)

  See CORPORATE ART (1991) for information on the lineup.

  Note: this track was not previously released.

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079 - NICE VIEW: Tim Berne's Caos Totale

    1/ It Could Have Been A Lot Worse           (Berne)                 21:15
    2/ The Third Rail                           (Berne, Robertson)      17:32
    3/ Impacted Wisdom                          (Berne)                 38:03
  
    Recorded at Power Station, New York in August 1993
    Produced by Stefan F. Winter

  Marc Ducret: guitar; Mark Dresser: bass; Steve Swell: trombone; Herb
  Robertson: trumpet; Bobby Previte: drums; Django Bates: Eb Peck horn, syn-
  thesizer, piano; Tim Berne: alto.

    1994 - jMT, jMT 514 013-2 (CD)
    2005 - Winter & Winter (Germany), JMT Edition no. 919 068-2 (CD)

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080 - OCTAGON: String Trio of New York

    1/ The Pursuit Of Happiness                 (James Emery)            7:05
    2/ One For Robin                            (Marty Ehrlich)          5:28
    3/ Strings And Things                       (Muhal Richard Abrams)   7:19
    4/ Circular Views                           (John Lindberg)          7:42
    5/ Upside The Downside                      (Mark Helias)           13:09
    6/ February Forever                         (Regina Carter)          7:11
    7/ Billie: The Queen Of Holiday             (Leo Smith)             13:06
    8/ A Short History Of The Balkans           (Bobby Previte)          8:12

    Recorded at Barigozzi Studio, Milano on November 5-6, 1992
    Produced by Giovanni Bonandrini

  John Lindberg: bass; James Emery: guitar; Regina Carter: violin.

    1994 - Black Saint (Italy), 120131-2 (CD)

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081 - CAN YOU HEAR A MOTION?: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ The Black Hat (for John Carter)          (Ehrlich)               10:28
    2/ The Welcome                              (Ehrlich)                8:08
    3/ Pictures In A Glass House                (Ehrlich)                4:41
    4/ North Star                               (Ehrlich)                8:38
    5/ Ode To Charlie Parker                    (Jaki Byard)             6:19
    6/ Reading The River (for John Carter)      (Ehrlich)                4:42
    7/ One For Robin                            (Ehrlich)                6:40
    8/ Comme Il Faut                            (Ornette Coleman)        4:56

    Recorded live at Skyline Studios, New York City on September 22-23, 1993
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich

  Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, alto, soprano; Stan Strickland: flute, tenor;
  Michael Formanek: bass; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1994 - Enja Records (Germany), Enja 80522 (CD)

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082 - SLAY THE SUITORS: Bobby Previte

    1/ Fantasy And Nocturne                     (Previte)               16:15
    2/ Walz                                     (Previte)               13:39
    3/ Canon                                    (Previte)                9:41
    4/ Prelude And Elegy                        (Previte)               14:32

  Robin Eubanks: trombone; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Jerome Harris: guitar,
  bass; Steve Gaboury: keyboards; Roger Squitero: percussion; Bobby Previte: 
  drums.

    1994 - Avant, Avan 036 (CD)

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083 - HUE AND CRY: Bobby Previte's Weather Clear, Track Fast

    1/ Hubbub                                   (Previte)                4:06
    2/ Smack-Dab                                (Previte)                5:59
    3/ Move Heaven And Earth                    (Previte)                6:04
    4/ 700 Camels                               (Previte)               14:11
    5/ Valerie                                  (Previte)                7:04
    6/ Hue And Cry                              (Previte)               13:03
    7/ For John Laughlan, And All That We Stood For
                                                (Previte)                7:15

    Recorded at RPM Studios, New York City in December 1993
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Eddie Allen: trumpet; Don Byron: clarinet, baritone saxophone; Anthony Cox:
  bass; Anthony Davis: piano; Marty Ehrlich: clarinet, alto, soprano, flute;
  Robin Eubanks: trombone; Larry Goldings: Hammond organ; Bobby Previte:
  drums.

    1994 - Enja Records, ENJ-8064 2 (CD)

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084 - BAR DEL MATTATOIO: Seigen Ono

    1/ Vida Boa                                 (Ono)
    2/ Bar Del Mattatoio                        (Ono)
    3/ Covenant of the Rainbow                  (Ono)
    4/ I Do Love You A Little                   (Ono)
    5/ Suzuki-Sensei-Sansei                     (Ono)
    6/ Gol De Placa (Copa 94)                   (Ono, Matinas Suzuki)
    7/ I Am a Good Fish                         (Ono)
    8/ Nick & Kiriko                            (Ono)
    9/ Reached Moon Tower                       (Ono)
    10/ Fernando De Noronha                     (Ono)
    11/ Monica Tornera Domenica Sera            (Ono)
    12/ Genova                                  (Ono)
    13/ It's So Far to Go                       (Ono)

    Recorded between September 1988 and June 1994
    Produced by Seigen Ono

  Seigen Ono: piano, guitars, keyboards, balaphone, charango; Alfredo 
  Pedernera (1,3,8,11): bandoneon; Roy Nathanson (1,3,8): soprano; Romero 
  Lubamba (1,8): guitar; Cyro Baptista (1,8): percussion; Jill Jaffe (1,3,4,
  7,8,11): viola, violin; Arto Lindsay (1,8): guitar; Marc Ribot (1,3,4,8): 
  guitar; Denise Piccinini (1): vocals; Toninho Ferragucci (2,6): accordion;
  João Parahyba (2,10): timba; Mane Silveira (2): alto; Roberto Sion (2,10):  
  soprano; Maxine Neuman (2,4,11): cello; John Zorn (4,9): alto; Bob Stewart 
  (4): tuba; Bobby Previte (4): brush, percussion; Tatiana (5): vocals; Vali 
  (5): vocals; Alain "Loy" Ehrlich (5): marimba, bass, tambourine; Matinas 
  Suzuki Jr.: ???; Kika: vocals; Marcio Lott (6): chorus; Chico Pupo (6): 
  chorus; Ronald (6): chorus; Keïo Courdy (6): chorus; Jurim Moreira (6): 
  drums; Jamil Joanes (6): bass; Jota Moraes (6,7): keyboards; Cláudio Jorge 
  (6,7): guitar; Gordinho (6,7): surudo, cowbell; Pirulito (6,7): percussion, 
  congas, shaker; Ovidio (6,7): percussion; Newton da Silva (6,7): trumpet;
  Francisco Oliveira (6,7): trumpet; Roberto Marques (6,7): trombone; Téo Lima 
  (7): drums; Sizão Machado (7): bass; Jonathan Drew Zingg (7): guitar; Aline
  (7): vocals; Mauro Senise (7): alto; Daniel Rosa (7): tenor; Evelyne Bennu 
  (8): vocals; Hirotaka Izumi (9): piano; Norma H. Rodrigues (10): harp; 
  Horacio Schaeffer (10): viola; Betina Stegman (10): violin; Sérgio (10):
  cello; John Beal (11): contra bass; Carol Emanuel (11): harp; Less Scott 
  (11): flute, piccolo.

    1994 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD-1003 (CD)

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085 - MONTREUX 93/94: Seigen Ono Ensemble

    1/ Bar Del Mattatoio                        (Ono)                    5:45
    2/ Something To Hold On To                  (Ono, Arto Lindsay)      4:34
    3/ I Do Love You A Little                   (Ono)                    8:20
    4/ Malu                                     (Ono)                    4:26
    5/ Vida Boa                                 (Ono)                    8:42
    6/ Nick & Kiriko                            (Ono)                    5:10
    7/ Enishie                                  (Ono)                    5:05
    8/ It's Denise                              (Ono)                    5:06
    9/ I Am A Good Fish                         (Ono)                    5:30
    10/ The Green Chinese Table                 (Ono)                    6:33
    11/ Julia                                   (Ono, Jill Jaffe)        5:20

    (1,3,5,7,8,10) recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 17, 1993
    (2,4,6,9,11) recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 11, 1994
    Produced by Seigen Ono

  Seigen Ono: conductor, guitar; Mane Silveira: alto; Paul Shapiro (1,3,5,7,8,
  10): soprano, flute; Yohichi Murata: trombone; Toninho Ferragucci: accor-
  dion; João Parahyba: percussion; Bobby Previte (1,3,5,7,8,10): drums; Peter
  Scherer (1,3,5,7,8,10): keyboards, bass; Maxine Neuman: cello; Alexander
  Balanescu (1,3,5,7,8,10): violin; Claire Connors (1,3,5,7,8,10): violin;
  Amadeo Pace (1,3,5,7,8,10): guitar; Roy Nathanson (2,4,6,9,11): soprano,
  tenor; Jun Miyake (2,4,6,9,11): flugelhorn, piano; Douglas Bown (2,4,6,9,
  11): drums; Marc Marder (2,4,6,9,11): bass; Hiroki Miyano (2,4,6,9,11): gui-
  tar; Ondina de Castilho (2,4,6,9,11): dancer, voice; Keio Courdy (2,4,6,9,
  11): dancer, voice.

     1994 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD-1004 (CD)

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086 - HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW: Jerome Harris

    1/ Iron Man                                 (Eric Dolphy)            6:03
    2/ G.W.                                     (Eric Dolphy)            6:52
    3/ Out to Lunch                             (Eric Dolphy)            7:00
    4/ Emanation                                (Harris)                 3:48
    5/ Mandrake                                 (Eric Dolphy)            6:41
    6/ 245/Les                                  (Eric Dolphy)            7:32
    7/ Far Cry                                  (Eric Dolphy)            5:19
    8/ Hidden in Plain View                     (Harris)                 7:23
    9/ Miss Ann                                 (Eric Dolphy)            7:26

    Recorded at RPM Sound Studio, New York City on January 10-11, 1995
    Produced by Mark Helias

  Jerome Harris: acoustic bass guitar; Bobby Previte: drums; Bill Ware: vibra-
  phone; Don Byron: clarinet; E.J. Allen: trumpet; Marty Ehrlich: alto, bass
  clarinet; Ray Anderson: trombone.

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80472-2 (CD)

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087 - JAZZ A GO-GO: various artists

  This record features Bobby Previte's "Weather Clear, Track Fast", Susan
  Weinert Band, Nat Adderley Quintet.

    1/ Valerie                                  (Previte)                9:08
    2/ Quinella                                 (Previte)                9:26

    Recorded live at "Jazz Club Akwarium" on February 22, 1995

  Bobby Previte: drums; Andrew D'Angelo: reeds; Andy Laster: reeds; Cuong Vu:
  trumpet; Clark Gayton: trombone; Jamie Saft: piano; Lindsay Horner: bass.

    1995 - Jazz a Go-go (Poland), A-011 (magazine+CD)

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088 - TOPS OF TREES: Carol Emanuel

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

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

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

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

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089 - TERRIBLE: Terry Adams

    1/ Dog					(Adams)			 3:48
    2/ Le Sony'r				(Adams)			 5:02
    3/ Out the Windo				(Adams)			 3:44
    4/ Yes, Yes, Yes				(Adams)			 4:09
    5/ Say When					(Adams)			 5:19
    6/ Toodlehead				(Adams)			 5:49
    7/ Little One				(Adams)			 2:54
    8/ I Feel Lucky				(Adams)			 2:33
    9/ These Blues				(Adams)			 5:00
    10/ Hilda					(Adams)			 5:38
    11/ Distant Instant				(Adams)			 1:56
    12/ Thinking of You				(Adams)			 5:05

    Recorded at Nevessa Production, Woodstock on January 16, 17, 19 & 20, 1995
    Produced by Terry Adams

  Terry Adams: piano, Japanese organ, harmonica, vocal, kalimba-clavier; Jim
  Hoke (1,5,6,7,9): soprano, alto, flute; Greg Cohen (1,4,6,7,10,12): bass;
  Tom Ardolino (1-3,6,8,9,12): drums; Johnny Spampinato (2,3,8,9): guitar; 
  Joey Spampinato (2,3,8,9): bass guitar; Tyrone Hill (2,3,5,7,8,9,12): trom-
  bone; Dave Gordon (2,3,5,7,8,9,12): trumpet; Marshall Allen (2,3,5,7,9,12): 
  alto, flute; Bobby Previte (4,5,7,10): drums; Noel Scott (5,7): alto, flute;
  Donn Adams (5,7): trombone; Pete Toigo (5,7): bass; Roswell Rudd (6,10):
  trombone; John Sebastian (9): guitar; Jim Gordon (9): harmonica.

    1995 - New World/CounterCurrents (USA), 80473-2 (CD)

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090 - PLANET SQUEEZEBOX: various artists

  The first disc features Gus Viseur, Kepa/Zabaleta/Motriku, Attwenger,
  Jacques Beauchamp, Mario Salvi, Carl Erik Lundgaard Jensen, Maria Kalaniemi,
  Lars Hollmer, Palmer-Hughes Trio, Chris Parkinson, Phil Cunningham, Tony
  MacMahon, Joe Derrane, Rejean Simard, Raynald Ouellet, Berard and Verret,
  Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys.

  The second disc features Zydeco Force, Lynn August, Alice Hall, Gil
  Goldstein, Pauline Oliveros, Guy Klucevsek, Fred Gregorich, Brave Combo,
  Steve Jordan, Eva Ybarra, Siano Arias, Binomio de Oro, Lisandro Meza, Raul
  Barboza, Trio Porteno, Astor Piazzolla New Tango Quintet, Renato Borghetti,
  Pe de Serra.

  The third disc features Antonio Sanches & Tchota Suari, Le Zagazougou, I.K.
  Dairo, Ishwatla Makala, Mpete Teme, Moses Mchunu, François-Regis Gizavo,
  Abdel Aziz El Mubarak, Hossam Ramzy, Ivan Kirev, Traicho Sinapov, Leonid
  Yermankov, Klezmer Conservatory Band, Viacheslav Taran, Yang Zhangping & Wan
  Jingui, Zhang Guoping, Senang Beru Gintig Suka & Syaiful Amri Nasution.

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with Guy Klucevsek:

  Disc 2:
    6/ The Grass It Is Blue (Ain't Nothin' But a Polka)

  Guy Klucevsek: piano accordion, vocals; John King: electric guitar, vocals;
  David Hofstra: electric bass; Bobby Previte: drums, vocals.

    1995 - Ellipsis Arts... (USA), CD3470 (3xCD)
    1995 - Ellipsis Arts... (USA), CT3470 (3xCT)

  Note: there is also an essay written by Guy Klucevsek and called "The Polka
  Tradition in America".

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091 - THE NEARNESS: Jane Ira Bloom

    1/ Nearly Summertime                        (Bloom, Gershwin, Heyward)
                                                                         5:24
    2/ Midnight Round/ 'Round Midnight          (Monk, Williams, Hanighen)
                                                                         5:39
    3/ b6 Bop                                   (Bloom)                  6:17
    4/ Midnight's Measure/ In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
                                                (Bloom, Hilliard, Mann)  6:19
    5/ Painting Over Paris                      (Bloom)                  5:57
    6/ Wing Dining                              (Bloom)                  6:47
    7/ Panosonic                                (Bloom)                  6:35
    8/ White Tower                              (Bloom)                  4:09
    9/ It's A Corrugated World                  (Bloom)                  5:42
    10/ Monk's Tale/The Nearness Of You         (Bloom, Carmichael, 
                                                Washington)              3:32
    11/ Lonely House                            (Weill, Hughes)          6:49
    12/ The All-Diesel Kitchen Of Tomorrow      (Bloom)                  4:07
    13/ Yonder                                  (Bloom)                  0:50

    Recorded at Power Station (Studio B), New York City on July 12-14, 1995
    Produced by Jane Ira Bloom

  Jane Ira Bloom: soprano; Kenny Wheeler: flugelhorn, trumpet; Julian 
  Priester: trombone, bass trombone; Fred Hersh: piano; Rufus Reid: bass; 
  Bobby Previte: drums.

    1996 - Arabesque Jazz (USA), AJ0120 (CD)

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092 - FILMWORKS III: John Zorn

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

    Recorded in New York City in July 1993

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

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

    Recorded in New York City in February 1988

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

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

    Recorded in New York City on April 21, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Marc Ribot: guitars.

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

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

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

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

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093 - ARC 1: I/S/M 1980-1983: Elliott Sharp

  Archival and out-of-print recordings of Elliott Sharp's I/S/M: 1980-1983.

    1/ Carbon                                   (Sharp)                  3:26
    2/ Surdification                            (Sharp)                  0:44
    3/ Transient                                (Sharp)                  5:40
    4/ Loisaida                                 (Sharp)                  2:06
    5/ Irreversibility                          (Sharp)                  2:35
    6/ Just Like Here                           (Sharp)                  3:10
    7/ Filter                                   (Sharp)                  4:17
    8/ HM3                                      (Sharp)                  4:00
    9/ SP                                       (Sharp)                  0:44
    10/ T                                       (Sharp)                  2:18
    11/ SP(2)-12/8                              (Sharp)                  5:32
    12/ LOD                                     (Sharp)                  2:48
    13/ WB?                                     (Sharp)                  1:54
    14/ FSFSF                                   (Sharp)                  1:58
    15/ Haka                                    (Sharp)                  3:50
    16/ MTL                                     (Sharp)                  7:35
    17/ TMI                                     (Sharp)                  3:09
    18/ The Free World                          (Sharp)                  2:26

    (1-7) recorded at OAO Studio, New York in July 23-24 and October 12-13, 
    1981
    (8-14) recorded and mixed at Plaza Sound, New York on December 9, 1982
    (15-16) recorded live at CBGB's, New York City in March 1982
    (17-18) recorded at Mediasound, New York
    Produced by Elliott Sharp

  Art Baron (1,3,5,6): trombone; Michael Brown (8-16): bass; Al Diaz (8-16):
  percussion; Olu Dara (1,5,6): cornet; Bill Laswell (2,6,7,17): bass; David
  Linton (8-14): drums; Diana Meckley (1,3): synthesizer processing; M.E. 
  Miller (1-7): drums, percussion; Charles K. Noyes (2,6,7): drums, saw;
  Bobby Previte (15,16): drums; Elliott Sharp: guitars, bass, saxophones, bass
  clarinet, voice; Philip Wilson (17,18): drums.

    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP 61 (CD)

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094 - VERONA JAZZ: various artists

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

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with John Zorn:

    6/ Poverty					(Morricone)		 4:14

    Recorded in Verona, Italy on June 27, 1988

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

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

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

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095 - ALTERNATE CURRENTS: various artists

  This record features Ray Anderson, Clusone Trio, John Scofield, Ron Miles,
  Medeski/Martin & Wood, Peter Apfelbaum, Bill Frisell/Kermit Driscoll/Joey
  Baron, Bobby Previte, Bob Moses, John Carter, David Fiuczynski/John Medeski,
  John Carter.

    8/ The King So Far                          (Previte)                4:41

    1996 - Gramavision (USA), GCD 79512 (CD)

  See CLAUDE'S LATE MORNING (1988) for further references,

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096 - TOO CLOSE TO THE POLE: Weather Clear, Fast Track

    1/ Too Close To The Pole                    (Previte)                4:14
    2/ 3 Minute Heels                           (Previte)               13:00
    3/ The Countess' Bedroom                    (Tchaikovsky)            8:22
    4/ Save The Cups                            (Previte)                7:31
    5/ The Eleventh Hour                        (Previte)               14:16
    6/ Too Close To The Pole (Reprise)          (Previte)                5:31
    7/ Box End, Open End                        (Previte)               16:11

    Recorded at Marweg EMI Studios, Cologne on April 27-29, 1996
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Lindsey Horner: electric bass, tin whistles, voice; Andy Laster: baritone
  saxophone, clarinet, flute, voice; Cuong Vu: trumpet, voice; Jamie Saft:
  piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Hammond organ, clavinet, voice; Curtis
  Hasselbring: trombone, voice; Andrew d'Angelo: alto, bass clarinet, voice;
  Bobby Previte: drums, voice.

    1996 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9306 2 (CD)

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097 - THE FUCHSIA: The Peggy Stern-Thomas Chapin Quartet

    1/ Lemon Essence                            (Stern)                  6:32
    2/ Bar Flies                                (Stern)                  9:58
    3/ Win Slow                                 (Stern)                  3:44
    4/ Don't Mind If I Do                       (Chapin)                 7:28
    5/ The Fuchsia                              (Stern)                  5:39
    6/ The Tomboy                               (Stern)                  6:21
    7/ You In That Nightie                      (Stern)                  7:34
    8/ The Magpie                               (Stern)                  6:15
    9/ Can't Complain                           (Stern)                  6:45
    10/ Not Since Bud                           (Previte)                6:48

    Recorded at Kampo Cultural Center, New York City on June 27-28, 1995
    Produced by Ken Dias

  Peggy Stern: piano; Thomas Chapin: alto, flute; Drew Gress: bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums.

    1997 - Koch Jazz (USA), 3-7837-2-H1 (CD)

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098 - ARC 2: THE SEVENTIES 1972-79: Elliott Sharp

    1/ Interference                             (Sharp)                  2:41
    2/ Anklung                                  (Sharp)                  6:00
    3/ Concentric Spheres                       (Sharp)                  1:59
    4/ Nad-Tuk                                  (Sharp)                  6:48
    5/ Who Killed Karen Silkwood?               (Sharp)                  4:14
    6/ Attica Brothers                          (Sharp)                  6:40
    7/ Benzene                                  (Sharp)                  3:53
    8/ The Forest People                        (Sharp)                  7:21
    9/ Indigo                                   (Sharp, Whittemore)      5:54
    10/ Sruti                                   (Sharp)                  3:54
    11/ Strange                                 (Sharp)                  5:30
    12/ Hockit                                  (Sharp)                  1:57
    13/ Hudson River #7                         (Sharp)                  6:22
    14/ Minimalectro                            (Sharp, Whittemore)      3:10
    15/ Thirty-Three                            (Sharp, Whittemore)      2:48
    16/ Clandestine                             (ES, Vine, Whittemore)   5:52
    17/ Beatbox                                 (Sharp)                  3:14

    (1) recorded in Northampton in 1978
    (2,12) recorded in Northampton in 1979
    (3) recorded at Bard Hall in May 1972 
    (4,5) recorded in Vermont in March 1979
    (6) recorded at Baird Hall, SUNY Buffalo in March 1975
    (7) recorded at Bard College in March 1972
    (13) recorded at Baird Hall, SUNY Buffalo in October 1974 
    (14,16) recorded during Summer 1979
    (15,17) recorded during Spring 1979

  Elliott Sharp: guitars, drum machines, soprano, bass, percussion, tenor, 
  etc; Steve Piccolo (3): acoustic bass; Geoff MacAdie (3): electric bass; 
  Stewart Gilbert (3): drums; Kunda Magenau (6): violin; Denis Williamson (6): 
  cello; Murry Kohn (6): bass; Donald Knaack (6): orchestral percussion; Spoon 
  (6): conga; Bobby Previte (6): drums; Jim Whittemore (9,11,12,14,15,16): 
  synthesizer; Chris Vine (12,16): guitar.    
  
    1997 - Atavistic (USA), ALP 92 (CD)

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099 - EUCLID'S NIGHTMARE: Bobby Previte, John Zorn

    1-27/ all 27 tracks untitled

    Recorded at Avatar Recording Studios, New York City on March 2, 1997
    Produced by Bobby Previte and John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1997 - Depth Of Field (USA), DOF 1-2 (CD)

  Note: tracks (7) and (18) are identical; tracks (3) and (20) are identical;
  tracks (5), (14), and (27) are identical; it seems that this was done 
  intentionally.

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100 - MY MAN IN SYDNEY: Bobby Previte's Latin for Travelers

    1/ Albuquerque Bar Band			(Previte)		 9:09
    2/ My Man In Sydney				(Previte)		12:17
    3/ London Duty Free				(Previte)		 8:11
    4/ Bear Right At Burma			(Previte)		 5:33
    5/ Deep Dish Chicago			(Previte)		 8:52
    6/ Love Cry New York			(Previte)		 8:08

    Recorded live at "The Basement," Sydney (Australia) on January 20-24, 1997

  Bobby Previte: drums, voice; Jerome Harris: electric guitar, electric bass; 
  Marc Ducret: electric guitar; Jamie Saft: Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes 
  piano, mini Moog.

    1997 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9348 2 (CD)

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101 - PLANET SQUEEZEBOX - ACCORDION MUSIC FROM AROUND THE WORLD: various
  artists

  This record features Guy Klucevsek, François-Regis Gizavo, Lynn August, Phil
  Cunningham, Maria Kalaniemi, Attwenger, Lisandro Meza, Azhari Abdel Gadir,
  Le Zagazougou, Eva Ybarra, Farouk Mohammed Hassan, Zydeco Force, Mpete Teme,
  Renato Borghetti, Gil Goldstein, Lars Hollmer.

    1/ The Grass It Is Blue (Ain't Nothin' But a Polka)
                                                (Klucevsek)              2:11

    1997 - Ellipsis Arts... (USA), CD 3475 (CD)
    1997 (?) - Ellipsis Arts... (USA), CD3580 (4xCD)

  Note: the 4xCD set contains the four following records:

    1/ THE BIG BANG
    2/ PLANET SQUEEZEBOX
    3/ AFRICA
    4/ PLANET SOUP

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102 - IN THE GRASS: Bobby Previte, Marc Ducret

    1/ Fifty Is A Hundred, A Hundred Is A Thousand...
                                                (Previte)                6:33
    2/ 7 Familles                               (Ducret)                 9:57
    3/ Handy                                    (Ducret, Previte)        5:27
    4/ Very Handy                               (Ducret, Previte)        1:17
    5/ Tight Lipstick                           (Ducret, Previte)        1:56
    6/ Du Du Du                                 (Ducret, Previte)        7:07
    7/ Walking In The Dust                      (Ducret, Previte)        7:09
    8/ Very Handy Indeed                        (Ducret, Previte)        3:00
    9/ ...And The Rest Are What They Are        (Previte)               10:55
    10/ Qui Parle?                              (Ducret)                 4:33

    Recorded at Feedback Studio, Vienna on September 11 & 12, 1996
    Produced by Bobby Previte, Marc Ducret, and Reinhard Buchta

  Marc Ducret: electric guitars; Bobby Previte: drums, Kurzweill K-2000 key-
  board, CAT controller, piano.

    1998 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9343 2 (CD)

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103 - REMEMBERING TREE FRIENDS: Kirk Nurock

    1/ Nu Waltz                                 (Nurock)
    2/ Remembering Tree Friends                 (Nurock)
    3/ (I Hear The) Rain                        (Nurock, Niemack)
    4/ 7/4                                      (Nurock)
    5/ Here's That Rainy Day                    (Van Heusen, Burke)
    6/ Little Dancer                            (Nurock)
    7/ I Love You                               (Porter)
    8/ Looking Glass River

    Recorded at Kampo Studios, New York City on October 6, 1996 and September
    10, 1997
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Kirk Nurock: piano; Harvie Swartz: bass; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1998 - Koch Jazz (USA), KOC-CD-7858 (CD)

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104 - BESPOKE SONGS, LOST DOGS, DETOURS & RENDEZVOUS - SONGS OF ELVIS COSTELLO

  This record features Dave Edmunds (1), For Real (2), Paul McCartney (3),
  Johnny Cash (4), Tasmin Archer (5), Zucchero (6), Was (Not Was) (7), Mary
  Coughlan (8), Anuna (9), Roy Orbinson (10), Christy Moore (11), Annie Ross
  & The Low Note Quintet (12), Ruben Blades (13), Billy Bremner (14), Ronnie
  Drew (15), Robert Wyatt (16), Norma Waterson (17), June Tabor (18), 'Til
  Tuesday (19), Nick Lowe & His Cowboy Outfit (20), Chet Baker (21).

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with Annie Ross & The Low Note Quintet:

    12/ Punishing Kiss                          (A. Ross & Low Note 5tet)

    1998 - Rhino (USA), R2 75273 (CD)

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

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

  Bobby Previte plays on one track in duo with Marty Ehrlich:

  Disc 2:
    7/ Broad Side                               (Ehrlich)                6:00

  Marty Ehrlich: bass clarinet; Bobby Previte: drums.

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

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106 - BEAUTIFUL MALADIES - THE ISLAND YEARS: Tom Waits

    1/ Hang On St. Christopher                  (Waits)                  2:42
    2/ Temptation                               (Waits)                  3:51
    3/ Clap Hands                               (Waits)                  3:45
    4/ Black Rider                              (Waits)                  3:21
    5/ Underground                              (Waits)                  1:51
    6/ Jockey Full Of Bourbon                   (Waits)                  2:45
    7/ Earth Died Screaming                     (Waits)                  3:36
    8/ Innocent When You Dream (78)             (Waits)                  3:08
    9/ Straight To The Top                      (Cohen, Waits)           2:27    
    10/ Frank's Wild Years                      (Waits)                  1:51
    11/ Singapore                               (Waits)                  2:43
    12/ Shore Leave                             (Waits)                  4:16
    13/ Johnsburg, Illinois                     (Waits)                  1:33
    14/ Way Doun In The Hole                    (Waits)                  3:29
    15/ Strange Weather                         (Brennan, Waits)         3:35
    16/ Cold, Cold Ground                       (Waits)                  3:25
    17/ November                                (Waits)                  2:53
    18/ Downtown Train                          (Waits)                  3:49
    19/ 16 Shells From A Thirty-Ought Six       (Waits)                  4:32
    20/ Jesus Gonna Be Here                     (Waits)                  3:18
    21/ Good Old World                          (Brennan, Waits)         4:00
    22/ I Don't Wanna Grow Up                   (Brennan, Waits)         2:30
    23/ Time                                    (Waits)                  3:53

    1998 - Island (USA), 314 524 519-2 (CD)

  See RAIN DOGS (1985) for further references on (3).

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107 - DOWNTOWN LULLABY: John Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Elliott Sharp, Bobby Previte

    1/ 484 Broome                               (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            5:42
    2/ 500 West 52nd                            (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            6:15
    3/ Eights Between B & C                     (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            6:11
    4/ 77 White                                 (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            3:57
    5/ 228 West Broadway                        (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            9:07
    6/ Bleeker & Bowery                         (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            7:16
    7/ 1 Morton St (Downtown Lullaby)           (WH,ES,JZ,BP)            9:00

    Recorded at Avatar Recording Studios, New York on January 15, 1998
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Elliott Sharp: electric guitars; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, Hammond organ,
  piano; John Zorn: alto; Bobby Previte: drums.

    1998 - Depth Of Field (USA), DOF-2 (CD, digipack)
    1999 - Depth Of Field (USA), DOF-2 (CD, jewel box)

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108 - THE BRIBE: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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109 - DANGEROUS RIP: Bobby Previte's Latin For Travelers

    1/ Heart On My Sleeve                       (Allan Jaffe)            5:19
    2/ Clear The Bridge                         (Previte)                8:37
    3/ You Tell Me                              (Previte)               11:10
    4/ Bobby's New Mood                         (Previte)               11:43
    5/ Open Jaw                                 (Previte)               11:38
    6/ Surf Medley                                                       7:53
      6a/ Misirlou                              (Tauber, Wise, Rubanis,
                                                Leeds)
      6b/ Walk Don't Run                        (John Smith)
      6c/ The Victor                            (Dale)
      6d/ Telestar                              (Joe Meek)

    Recorded live at Teatro Puccini, Merano (Italy) on May 25, 1998
    (6) recorded live at "The Basement", Sydney (Australia) on January 22, 
    1997
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Bobby Previte: drums, voice; Jerome Harris: guitar, bass, voice; Stewart
  Cutler (1-5): guitar; Jamie Saft: Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes piano, Mini
  Moog, bass; Marc Ducret (6): guitar.

    1998 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9324 2 (CD)

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110 - BLACK SAINT/SOUL NOTE CRITICS' PICKS, VOLUME 3: various artists

  This record features Tom Varner (1), Air (2), Andrew Cyrille and Maono (3),
  Joseph Jarman and Don Moye (4), Cecil Taylor (5), Ran Blake Quartet (6),
  The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet (7), Milford Graves/Andrew Cyrille/Kenny
  Clarke/Famoudou Don Moye (8), Sun Ra Arkestra (9).

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet:

    7/ Voodoo                                   (Sonny Clark)           10:57

    1998 - Black Saint/Soul Note (Italy), BS/SN C-003 (CD)

  See VOODOO (1986) for further references on (7).

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111 - COWBOY BEBOP - VITAMINLESS: Yoko Kanno

    2/ Odd Ones                                 (Kanno)                  3:09

  Bobby Previte: drums; Mark Soskin: piano; Booker King: bass; Paul Shapiro:
  tenor.

    1998 - Victor Entertainment (Japan), VICL-60248 (CD)

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112 - COWBOY BEBOP OST2 - NO DISC: Yoko Kanno

    14/ Gateway                              	(Kanno)			 2:58
    15/ The Singing Sea                      	(Kanno)			 4:39 
    16/ The EGG and You                      	(Kanno)			 3:42   

  Mark Soskin: piano; Booker King: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Jim Mussen:
  drums; Steven Bernstein: trumpet; Josh Roseman: trombone; Steve Wilson:
  soprano; Bob Debellis: alto; Paul Shapiro: tenor; Jim Hartog: baritone saxo-
  phone; Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch: vocals.

    1998 - Victor Entertainment (Japan), VICL-60202 (CD)

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113 - COWBOY BEBOP OST3 - BLUE: Yoko Kanno 

    8/ N.Y. Rush                       		(Kanno)			 5:05
    16/ Farewell Blues                          (Kanno)			 5:31

  Mark Soskin: piano; Booker King: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Steven 
  Bernstein: trumpet; Paul Shapiro: tenor; Stew Cutler: guitar.

    1999 - Victor Entertainment (Japan), VICL-60203 (CD)

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114 - PONGA: Ponga

    1/ Pimba								 6:18
    2/ Unit 66								 4:47
    3/ Naugahide							 4:04
    4/ Blowtorch							 4:51
    5/ Awesome Wells							 7:22
    6/ Ponga Amore							 4:55
    7/ Liberace In Space						 6:27
    8/ Bookin 								15:30
    9/ untitled "hidden track"

  Wayne Horvitz; Skerik; Bobby Previte; Dave Palmer.

    1999 - Loosegroove (USA), lg0018-2 (CD)
    1999 (?) - P-Vine (Japan), PCD-23047 (CD)

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115 - TOGETHERNESS (CONTROL SONGS, VOL. 2): David Garland

    1/ This Is Love                             (Garland)                4:20
    2/ Under The Blanket                        (Garland)                2:36
    3/ Almost                                   (Garland)                4:21
    4/ Happy Ending                             (Garland)                4:03
    5/ My Two Hands                             (Garland)                2:58
    6/ Late One Night                           (Garland)                2:20
    7/ Maine Title Theme                        (Garland)                3:49
    8/ The Golden Years                         (Garland)                2:53
    9/ The Best Of Both Worlds                  (Garland)                4:45
    10/ Poor Me                                 (Garland)                2:52
    11/ Play Within A Play                      (Garland)                4:00
    12/ Blame                                   (Garland)                5:55
    13/ Chance Chants                           (Garland)                2:07
    14/ Family Stories                          (Garland)                2:33
    15/ Almost Again                            (Garland)                1:41

    Produced by David Garland

  David Garland: vocals, keyboards, guitars, bass, accordion, vibraphone,
  flute, Theremin, bowed saw, rebec, whistling, ocarina, percussion; Guy
  Klucevsek (1,11): accordion; Kate Light (1,6): violin; Bobby Previte (1):
  drums; Brian Dewan (4): electric zither; John Zorn (9): alto; Mark Dresser
  (9): bass; Jim Staley (5): trombone; Carl Parens (6): cello; Anne Garland
  (12,15): vocals; Kenji Garland (15): vocals.

    1999 - Ergodic Records (USA), erg 002-2 (CD)

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116 - THE RED QUARTETS: Jane Ira Bloom

    1/ Always Hope                              (Bloom)                  4:43
    2/ Time After Time                          (J. Styne, S. Cahn)      4:41
    3/ Monk's Rec Room                          (Bloom)                  5:28
    4/ Tell Me Your Diamonds                    (Bloom)                  7:37
    5/ Jax Calypso                              (Bloom)                  5:01
    6/ Chagall/How Deep Is The Ocean            (I. Berlin, Bloom)       9:03
    7/ Five Full Fathoms                        (Bloom)                  3:48
    8/ It's A Corrugated World                  (Bloom)                  7:09
    9/ Climb Inside Her Eyes                    (Bloom)                  5:34
    10/ Emergency                               (Bloom)                  7:45
    11/ Einstein's Red/Blue Universe            (Bloom)                  1:15

    Recorded at Acoustic Recording, Brooklyn on May 29, 1997 and January 2 &
    3, 1999
    Produced by Jane Ira Bloom

  Jane Ira Bloom: soprano; Fred Hersch: piano; Mark Dresser: bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums.

    1999 - Arabesque Jazz (USA), AJ0144 (CD)

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117 - GODARD/SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:37

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

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

    2/ Spillane                                 (Zorn)                  25:12

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

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

    3/ Blues Noel                               (Zorn)                   5:51

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

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

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

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

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118 - AMONTOBINCAPSULE150FILABRAZILLIASPACETIMECONTINUUM...... - THE PONGA 
  REMIXES: various artists

  This record contains remixes by Ponga (1,11), Spacetime Continuum (2),
  Capsule 150 (3), Even Schiller (4), Stereo Vacuum (5), Amon Tobin (6),
  Element nS (7), Firing Bullits (8), Fila_Brazillia (9), Master Cylinder
  (10).

    1/ Silencio                                 (Ponga)
    2/ Naugahide                                (Spacetime Continuum)
    3/ Pimba                                    (Capsule 150)
    4/ Pimba (Fromunda Mix)                     (Even Schiller)
    5/ Pick Up the Pieces Of Saturn             (Stereo Vacuum)
    6/ Pick Up the Pieces Of Saturn             (Amon Tobin)
    7/ Hidden Propulsion Unit                   (Element nS)
    8/ Liberace In Space                        (Firing Bullits)
    9/ Naugahide                                (Fila_Brazillia)
    10/ Naugahide                               (Master Cylinder)
    11/ Come As You Went                        (Ponga)

    1999 - Loosegroove (USA), LGOO 26 (CD)
    1999 (?) - P-Vine (Japan), PCD-23060 (CD)

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119 - WHERE HOME IS: Ray Anderson Pocket Brass Band

    1/ Bimwa Swing                              (Anderson)               9:21
    2/ The Alligator Abagua                     (Anderson)              11:02
    3/ The Mooche                               (Duke Ellington)        10:25
    4/ I Mean You                               (Thelonious Monk)        5:14
    5/ Where Home Is                            (Anderson)               5:01
    6/ Peace In Our Time                        (Anderson)               9:06
    7/ The Pineapple Rag                        (Scott Joplin)           9:24

    Recorded at Studio Du Flon, Lausanne (Switzerland) on November 3 & 4, 1998
    Produced by Ray Anderson

  Ray Anderson: trombone; Lew Soloff: trumpet; Matt Perrine: sousaphone; Bobby
  Previte: drums.

    1999 - Enja (Germany), ENJ-9366 2 (CD)

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120 - EARTH, THE CREATIVE PLANET: various artists

  This record features Orkestrar Bobana Marcovica (1), Professor Xu Pingxin
  (2), Gnawa Musicians Of Marrakesh (3), Dolores Keane and John Faulkner (4),
  Tom Waits (5), Rara La Bel Raicheur De L'Anglade (6), Alicia Svigals (9),
  Guy Klucevsek (10), Oleg Kuular (11), Sadreddin Ozcimi/Necati Celik/Arif
  Erdebil/Kemal Karaoz (12), Tschung Mori (13), Glen Velez/Handance/Art Baron
  (14), Jon Anderson (15), Enrique Morente (16), Oleg Fesov (17), Hans Reichel
  (18), Naqshbandi Sufis Of Turkestan (19), Tsedrop (21), Wapa Tribe (22), Ram
  Tmapa & Suni Ram (23), Ki Okoiki - Maori (25), Emma Christian (26), Guo
  Brothers (27).

    10/ Grass It Is Blue (Ain't Nothin' But A Polka)
                                                (Guy Klucevsek)          2:11

    1999 - Ellipsis Art (USA), ??? (CD)

  See PLANET SQUEEZEBOX (1995) for further references on (10).

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121 - BUMP THE RENAISSANCE BAND: Bobby Previte

    Recorded live at Kito, Bremen (Germany)

  Bobby Previte; Ray Anderson; Steve Swallow; Marty Ehrlich; Wayne Horvitz.

    2000 - no label (USA), ? (CD)
    2002 (?) - Depth of Field (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: "no label" pressing not for sale, for promotion only.
  Note: the Depth of Field pressing has never been released.

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122 - MALINKE'S DANCE: Marty Ehrlich's Traveler's Tales

    1/ Rhymes                                   (Ehrlich)                8:40
    2/ The Cry Of                               (Ehrlich)                9:48
    3/ Malinke's Dance                          (Ehrlich)                8:16
    4/ Line On Love                             (Ehrlich)                7:38
    5/ Pigskin                                  (Julius Hemphill)        6:47
    6/ Tears Of Rage                            (R. Manuel, Bob Dylan)   8:09
    7/ North Star                               (Ehrlich)                4:17
    8/ Bright Remembered                        (Ehrlich)                9:16
    9/ Willy Whippoorwill Steals A Bow          (Ehrlich)                5:52

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York on December 9-12, 1999
    Produced by Marty Ehrlich and Frank Tafuri

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, soprano, flute; Tony Malaby: tenor, soprano; Jerome
  Harris: acoustic bass guitar; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2000 - Omnitone (USA), 12003 (CD)

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123 - PSYCHOLOGICAL: Ponga

    1/ Riviera
    2/ Psychological
    3/ Dental Melodica
    4/ Hagro
    5/ Nubile
    6/ Sabado Gigante
    7/ Show Me The Ponga

    Recorded at Aleph Studio, live at O.K. Hotel (Seattle), and Showbox
    (Seattle)

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Bobby Previte: drums; Skerik: saxophonics; Dave
  Palmer: keyboards, melodica.

    2000 - P-Vine (Japan), PCD-24036 (CD)
    2001 (?) - ??? (USA?), no catalog number (CD)

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124 - CANTO I: Swami Lateplate

  Bongo Dali (Bobby Previte); Key Command (Jamie Saft).

    2000 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

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125 - SOMETIMES THE MAGIC: Jane Ira Bloom

    1/ Denver Snap                              (Bloom)                  5:08
    2/ Now You See It                           (Bloom)                  5:21
    3/ Bewitched                                (Rogers, Hart)           3:01
    4/ Blue Poles                               (Bloom)                  5:44
    5/ Pacific                                  (Bloom)                  4:50
    6/ Truth in Timbre                          (Bloom)                  5:27
    7/ Without Words                            (Bloom)                  4:34
    8/ In Everything                            (Bloom)                  4:20
    9/ Varo                                     (Bloom)                  5:26
    10/ Many Landscapes                         (Bloom)                  4:18
    11/ How Are Things in Glocca Morra          (Harburg, Lane)          3:50

    Recorded at Current Sound, New York City on June 28-29 and July 21, 2000

  Jane Ira Bloom: soprano; Vincent Bourgeyx: piano; Mark Dresser: bass; Bobby
  Previte: drums.
  
    2001 - Arabesque (USA), AJ0155 (CD)

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126 - BLACK DAHLIA: Bob Belden

    1/ Genesis                                  (Belden)                 5:05
    2/ In Flight                                (Belden)                 2:01
    3/ Dawn                                     (Belden)                 1:01
    4/ City Of Angels                           (Belden)                 6:26
    5/ Dreamworld                               (Belden)                 8:11
    6/ Prelude To Love                          (Belden)                 0:53
    7/ Danza D'Amore                            (Belden)                 7:07
    8/ Zanzibar                                 (Belden)                 2:14
    9/ Black Dahlia                             (Belden)                 4:35
    10/ The Edge Of Forever                     (Belden)                 8:21
    11/ 101 North                               (Belden)                 2:54
    12/ Elegy                                   (Belden)                 7:54

    Recorded at Sony Music Studios on May 1-2, 2000
    Produced by Bob Belden and Eli Wolf

  Bob Belden: conductor, arranger, tenor; Lew Soloff: trumpet; Alan Rubin:
  trumpet; Tony Kadleck: trumpet; Tim Hagans: trumpet; John Clark: French
  horn; Ann Ellsworth: French horn; Jeff Lange: French horn; Bob Carlisle:
  French horn; John Fedchock: trombone; Conrad Herwig: trombone; George Flynn:
  bass trombone; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Tim Ries: alto flute; Lou Marini: bass
  flute; Mike Migliore: bass flute; Charles Pillow: English horn; Lawrence
  Feldman (1,9): alto; Joe Lovano (7): tenor; Gary Smulyan (10): baritone
  saxophone; Scott Robinson: contrabass saxophone; Marc Copland (1,6,7):
  piano; Kevin Hays (2-4,10,12): piano; Scott Kinsey (5,9,12): piano, sampler;
  Ira Coleman: bass; David Dyson (5): electric bass; Billy Kilson: drums;
  Bobby Previte: castenets; Zach Danzinger: bongos; Bruce Hall: timpani, gong;
  Stacy Shames: harp; Emily Mitchell: harp; Sanford Allen: concertmaster;
  Barry Finclair: violin; Avril Brown: violin; Lori Miller: violin; Xin Zhao:
  violin; Marion Pinheiro: violin; Jean Ingraham: violin; Rebecca Johnson:
  violin; Sascha Vselensky: violin; Mary Whitaker: violin; Ethel Abelson:
  violin; Robert Chausow: violin; Dale Stuckenbruck: violin; Stan Hunte:
  violin; Katherine Livolsi: violin; Miri Ben-Ari: violin; Yong-Tae Kim:
  violin; Peter Vanderwater: violin; Larissa Blitz: violin; Nam Sook Lee:
  violin; Cenovia Cummins: violin; Jesse Levine: viola; Al Brown: viola; Lena
  Fankhauser: viola; Ron Lawrence: viola; Fred Zlotkin: cello; Erik
  Friedlander: cello; Richard Locker: cello; Marisol Espada: cello; Leon
  Maleson: contrabass; Doug Romoff: contrabass; Robert Sadin (12): conductor.

    2001 - Blue Note (USA), 7243 5 23883 2 5 (CD)

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127 - 30EME ANNIVERSAIRE ENJA: various artists

  This record features Melissa Walker (1), Rabih Abou-Khalil (2), Abdullah
  Ibrahim (3), Renaud Garcia-Fons & Jean-Louis Matinier (4), Ray Anderson
  Pocket Brass Band (5), Abraham Burton & Eric McPherson (6), The Montreal
  Jubilation Gospel Choir (7), Antonio Hart (8), Carlos Bica & Ana Brandao
  (9), Absolute Ensemble Kristjan Jarvi (10), Dhafer Youssef (11).

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with the Ray Anderson Pocket Brass Band:

    5/ I Mean You                               (Thelonious Monk)        5:15

    2001 - Enja Records (France), SPE-4012 (CD)

  See WHERE HOME IS (1999) for further references on (5).

  Note: for promotion only (given away in France for the purchase of any Enja
  release); published in association with the French jazz festival "Jazz sous
  les Pommiers".

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128 - 2001: AN OMNITONE ODYSSEY: various artists

  This record features Steve Slagle (1), M.O.B. Trio (2), Ron Horton (3),
  Frank Kimbrough/Joe Locke (4), Equal Interest (Jarman, Jenkins, Melford)
  (5), Michael Bisio (6), Joe Morris Quartet (7), Oscar Noriega's Play Party
  (8), Cuong Vu (9), Lynn Seaton (10), Tom Varner (11), Mike Lee (12), Marty
  Ehrlich's Traveler's Tales (13).

  Bobby Previte plays on one track with Marty Ehrlich's Traveler's Tales:

    13/ Willy Whippoorwill Steals A Bow         (Ehrlich)                5:43

    2001 - OmniTone (USA), 19001 (CD)

  See MALINKE'S DANCE (2000) for further references on (13).

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129 - THE 23 CONSTELLATIONS OF JOAN MIRÓ: Bobby Previte

    1/ Sunrise 					(Previte)
    2/ The Escape Ladder			(Previte)
    3/ People At Night, Guided By The Phophorescent Tracks Of Snails 
						(Previte)
    4/ Women On The Beach 			(Previte)
    5/ Woman With Blonde Armpit Combing Her Hair By The Light Of The Stars 
						(Previte)
    6/ Morning Star 				(Previte)
    7/ Wounded Personage 			(Previte)
    8/ Women And Birds				(Previte) 
    9/ Woman In The Night			(Previte) 
    10/ Acrobatic Dancers 			(Previte)
    11/ The Nightingale's Song At Midnight And Morning Rain
						(Previte)
    12/ On The 13th, The Ladder Brushed The Firmament 
						(Previte)
    13/ Nocturne 				(Previte)
    14/ The Poetess 				(Previte)
    15/ Awakening In The Early Morning 		(Previte)
    16/ Toward The Rainbow 			(Previte)
    17/ Women Encircled By The Flight Of A Bird	(Previte)
    18/ Women At The Border Of A Lake Irradiated By The Passage Of A Swan 
						(Previte)
    19/ The Migratory Bird			(Previte) 
    20/ Ciphers And Constellations In Love With A Woman 
						(Previte)
    21/ The Beautiful Bird Revealing The Unknown To A Pair Of Lovers
						(Previte) 
    22/ The Rose Dusk Caresses The Sex Of Women And Of Birds 
						(Previte)
    23/ The Passage Of The Divine Bird		(Previte)

    Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on July 9-14, 2001
    Produced by David Breskin/The Art Department

  Jane Ira Bloom (1,2,4,7,9,10,16-20,23): soprano; Lew Soloff (1-17,19-23):
  trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet; Ralph Alessi: trumpet, flugelhorn;
  Elizabeth Panzer (1-19,21-23): harp; Jamie Saft (1-13,15-21,23): piano,
  celesta, Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes piano; Wayne Horvitz: electronics,
  piano, Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes piano, harmonica; John Bacon: vibrapho-
  ne, marimba, orchestra bells, chimes, small percussion; Bobby Previte (1-5,
  7-16,18-23): trap drums, gong, vibraphone, marimba, orchestra bells, chimes,
  small percussion; Kirk Nurock: conductor; Ned Rothenberg (2,5,8,10,13,17,19,
  20,22): bass clarinet; Michel Gentile (3-6,8,11,12,14,15,17,21): flute; Joe
  Barbato (5,14,20,22): accordion.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7072 (CD)

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130 - JUST ADD WATER: Bobby Previte & Bump

    1/ Put Away Your Crayons                    (Previte)               11:45
    2/ Nice Try                                 (Previte)                5:15
    3/ Leave Here Now                           (Horvitz)                6:12
    4/ '53 Maserati                             (Previte)                5:05
    5/ '63                                      (Previte)                1:40
    6/ Stingray                                 (Previte)                7:27           
    7/ Everything I Want                        (Previte)                9:33
    8/ All Hail Kirby!                          (Previte)                4:25
    9/ Theme For An Imaginary Denouement        (Previte)                2:00

    Recorded on June 4 & 5, 2001
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Ray Anderson: trombone; Marty Ehrlich: tenor; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Steve 
  Swallow: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Joseph Bowie (3): trombone.

    2002 - Palmetto (USA), PM 2081 (CD)

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131 - SOLO ELECTRONIC DRUMS: Bobby Previte

    1/ Come On                                  (Previte)                5:08
    2/ No Clue                                  (Previte)                5:37
    3/ New York 73                              (Previte)                6:44
    4/ Five-Fifteen                             (Previte)                3:16
    5/ Heaven                                   (Previte)                9:59

    Recorded at MacDowell Colony in August 2002

  Bobby Previte: Clavia ddrum3.

    2002 - no label (USA), no catalog number (CD)

  Note: this record was given away at concerts of Bobby Previte's Bump.

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132 - THE PRISONER'S DILEMMA: Elliott Sharp, Bobby Previte

    1/ Illusion's Web                                                    5:47
    2/ Nomadic                                                          14:00
    3/ Object Of                                                         8:13
    4/ Vernacular                                                        6:21
    5/ Leap Year                                                         5:34
    6/ Between The Poles                                                 5:48
    7/ Non-Zero                                                          4:59
    8/ With The Absence Of                                               6:06

    Recorded live
    Produced by Felix Klopotek

  Elliott Sharp: 8-string guitarbass, bass clarinet, Powerbook; Bobby Previte:
  Ddrums electronic drums, drums.

    2002 - Grob (Germany), GROB 434 LC 10292 (CD)

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133 - THE LONG VIEW: Marty Ehrlich

    1/ Movement I                               (Ehrlich)               12:06
    2/ Movement II                              (Ehrlich)               12:09
    3/ Movement III                             (Ehrlich)                8:47
    4/ Movement IV                              (Ehrlich)                8:52
    5/ Movement V                               (Ehrlich)                8:29
    6/ Movement VI                              (Ehrlich)               10:44
    7/ Postlude                                 (Ehrlich)                2:23

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on April 19-20, 2002
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Marty Ehrlich: alto, tenor, soprano, flute, bass clarinet; Sam Furnace (1,
  3,6): alto, flute; Ned Rothenberg (1,3,6): alto, bass clarinet; Robert 
  DeBellis (1,3,6): tenor, clarinet, soprano; J.D. Parran (1,3,6): tenor, con-
  trabass clarinet; Andy Laster (1,3,6): baritone saxophone, clarinet; Eddie 
  Allen (1,3,6): trumpet; James Zollar (1,3,6): trumpet; John Clark (1,3,6): 
  French horn; Clark Gayton (1,3,6): trombone; Marcus Rojas (1,3,6): tuba;
  Mark Dresser (1,4,6): bass; Michael Sarin (1): drums; Mark Helias (1-3,5,6): 
  conductor, bass; Mark Feldman (2,5): violin; Ralph Farris (2): viola; Erik 
  Friedlander (2,5): cello; Eddie Bobe (2): bongos, cowbell; Bobby Previte 
  (2,4): drums, bass drum, tambourine; Wayne Horvitz (4,5,7): piano; Ray 
  Anderson (5): trombone; Pheeroan AkLaff (5,6): drums.
 
    2002 - Enja (Germany), 9452 (CD)
    2003 - Enja/Justin Time (Canada), JENJ 3308-2 (CD)

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134 - CHASING PAINT: Jane Ira Bloom

    1/ Unexpected Light                         (Bloom)                  8:49
    2/ Chasing Paint                            (Bloom)                  7:12
    3/ The Sweetest Sounds                      (Bloom)                  3:24
    4/ On Seeing JP                             (Bloom)                  4:54
    5/ Many Wonders                             (Bloom)                  6:39
    6/ Jackson Pollock                          (Bloom)                  2:54
    7/ Alchemy                                  (Bloom)                  8:24
    8/ Reflections Of The Big Dipper            (Bloom)                  4:09
    9/ White Light                              (Bloom)                  4:30

    Produced by Jane Ira Bloom

  Jane Ira Bloom: soprano, live electronics; Fred Hersch: piano; Mark Dresser:
  bass; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2003 - Arabesque (USA), AJ0158 (CD)

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135 - COUNTERCLOCKWISE: Bobby Previte & Bump

    1/ 877-Soul                                 (Previte)                5:15
    2/ Counterclockwise                         (Previte)                4:47
    3/ 614-Soul                                 (Previte)                3:23
    4/ Bobby's Next Mood                        (Previte)                8:05
    5/ 111-Soul                                 (Previte)                4:19
    6/ Patricia                                 (Previte)                7:24
    7/ 312-Soul                                 (Previte)                3:31
    8/ And The Wind Cries... Mademoiselle Katherine
                                                (Previte)                5:11
    9/ 498-Soul                                 (Previte)               10:00

    Recorded at Trillium Lane Studios, Bainbridge Island (Washington, USA) on
    October 28-30, 2002
    Produced by Bobby Previte, Tucker Martine, and Wayne Horvitz

  Marty Ehrlich: tenor; Curtis Fowlkes: trombone; Wayne Horvitz: piano; Steve
  Swallow: electric bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Timothy Young (9): guitar.

    2003 - Palmetto Records (USA), PM 2091 (CD)

  Note: the duration of (9) is not 4:45 (as indicated in the booklet) but
  10:00 (the track stops a first time at 4:45 but starts again at 6:41 to
  finish at 10:00).

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136 - COME IN RED DOG, THIS IS TANGO LEADER: Charlie Hunter, Bobby Previte

    1/ All Hell Broke Loose                     (Hunter, Previte)        5:10    
    2/ Ow!                                      (Hunter, Previte)        5:45    
    3/ Up There                                 (Hunter, Previte)        8:41
    4/ Said God                                 (Hunter, Previte)        6:08
    5/ The Red Dog Strays                       (Hunter, Previte)        7:51
    6/ Okay, Okay                               (Hunter, Previte)        6:59
    7/ Wave Link                                (Hunter, Previte)        6:01
    8/ Can You Hear Me, Tango Leader?           (Hunter, Previte)        5:49

    Recorded at GoodandEvil Studio, Brooklyn NY on February 4-5, 2003
    Produced by Chris Kelly, Red Dog, and Tango Leader

  Charlie Hunter: 8-string guitar; Bobby Previte: drums, electronic drums;
  Kate Previte (2,3,5,6): sampled voice.

    2003 - Ropeadope Records (USA), 6-1689-25606-2-3 (CD)

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137 - MYLAB: Mylab

    1/ Pop Client                               (Horvitz, Martine)
    2/ Master Korean Musicians Of Canada        (Horvitz, Martine, Holcomb)
    3/ Land Trust Picnic                        (Horvitz, Martine)
    4/ Varmint                                  (Horvitz, Martine)
    5/ Fancy Party Cakes                        (Horvitz, Martine)
    6/ Phil And Jerry                           (Horvitz, Martine)
    7/ Workaholic Song                          (Horvitz, Martine)
    8/ Old Days                                 (Horvitz, Martine)
    9/ Earthbound                               (Horvitz, Martine)
    10/ Not In My House                         (Horvitz, Martine)
    11/ Ask Mickey                              (Horvitz, Martine)
    12/ Chi-Chi Marina                          (Horvitz, Martine)

    Recorded at Other Room Music, Flora Studio, and Trillium Lane Studios,
    Seattle (USA)
    Produced by Tucker Martine and Wayne Horvitz

  Tucker Martine: drums, percussion, treatments; Wayne Horvitz: pianos, Ham-
  mond B-3, pump organ, synthesizers; Danny Barnes (3-5,7): banjo, dobro, vo-
  cals; Dave Carter (7,10): flugelhorn; Aminata Diabate (6): vocals; Bill
  Frisell (1,4,7,9,12): guitar; Robin Holcomb (2,4,6,7): vocals; Orville
  Johnson (4): fiddle; Kassemadi Kamissogo (6): Ngoni; Eyvind Kang (2,6-8,12):
  viola; Briggan Krauss (11): alto; Keith Lowe (1,3,5,6,8): bass; Bobby
  Previte (1,2,6,9-12): drums; Andy Roth (3,4,6-8,12): drums; Skerik (1,6,12):
  saxophones; Reggie Watts (1,4,6): vocals; Doug Wieselman (2-6,8-10,12): gui-
  tar, clarinet, saxophone; Timothy Young (1,3-6,8): guitar; Lowell Horvitz
  (1): giggles; Sofia Barsher (1): giggles.

    2004 - Terminus Records (USA), 0301-2 (CD)

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138 - LATITUDE: Groundtruther

    1/ North Pole                               (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  3:09
    2/ Artic Circle                             (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  5:20
    3/ 40th Parallel                            (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  4:24
    4/ Horse Latitudes North                    (Hunter, Previte, Osby,
                                                Chris Kelly)             1:54
    5/ Tropic Of Cancer                         (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  3:27
    6/ Equator                                  (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  6:30
    7/ Tropic Of Capricorn                      (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  2:06
    8/ Horse Latitude South                     (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  3:33
    9/ Tropic Of Calms                          (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  3:53
    10/ Antartic Circle                         (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  8:38
    11/ South Pole                              (Hunter, Previte, Osby)  4:10

    Recorded at GoodandEvil Studio, Brooklyn during Spring 2004
    Produced by Tango Leader, Red Dog, and Chris Kelly

  Charlie Hunter: 8-string guitar; Bobby Previte: drums, electronics; Greg
  Osby: alto; Kate Previte (8): sampled voice.

    2004 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 57150.2 (CD)

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139 - LIKE SILVER, LIKE SONG: Jane Ira Bloom

    1/ Dreaming In The Present Tense
    2/ Unconscious Forces
    3/ Singing In Stripes
    4/ Altair 4
    5/ Vanishing Hat
    6/ White Light
    7/ No Orchestra
    8/ Magnetic
    9/ In An Instant
    10/ Mercury
    11/ Night Skywriting
    12/ Dark Knowledge
    13/ I Have Dreamed
    14/ Singing In Stripes

  Jane Ira Bloom: soprano; Jamie Saft: keyboards, electronics; Mark Dresser: 
  bass; Bobby Previte: drums, e-drums.

    2005 - Artistshare (USA), 0007 (CD)

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140 - LONGITUDE: Groundtruther + DJ Logic

    1/ Transit Of Venus                         (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       5:55
    2/ Tycho Brahe                              (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       1:44
    3/ March 1741, Cape Horn                    (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       7:38
    4/ Course Made Good                         (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       2:55
    5/ Dead Reckoning                           (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       8:32
    6/ Medicean Stars                           (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       2:22
    7/ Jupiter Mask                             (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       6:12
    8/ H-4                                      (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       2:27
    9/ Back-Quadrant                            (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       5:17
    10/ Epherimedes                             (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       2:02
    11/ Prime Meridian                          (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       6:36
    12/ South Heading                           (BP, CH, DJ Logic)       2:25

    Recorded at Spin Studios, Astoria (USA) in September 2004
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  DJ Logic: turntables; Bobby Previte: drums, electronics; Charlie Hunter: 8
  string guitar.

    2005 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 57160.2 (CD)

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141 - THE BEST OF FILMWORKS - 20 YEARS OF SOUNDTRACK MUSIC: John Zorn

    1/ Main Title: She Must Be Seeing Things 
    2/ End Titles: White And Lazy
    3/ Yakisoba: Cynical Hysterie Hour
    4/ Punk Rock Hero: Cynical Hysterie Hour
    5/ Through The Night: Cynical Hysterie Hour
    6/ Surfing Samba: Cynical Hysterie Hour
    7/ Fanfare/Theme: The Golden Boat
    8/ France: Weiden And Kennedy
    9/ Sweden: Weiden And Kennedy
    10/ Arsenal Dance Mix: Looters (Trespass)
    11/ Main Title: Hollywood Hotel
    12/ Wheelchair Racers: Weiden And Kennedy
    13/ Pueblo: Rose Hobart
    14/ Lituus: Tears Of Ecstasy
    15/ Fireworks: Mechanics Of The Brain
    16/ End Titles: Anton, Mailman
    17/ Deseo: Latin Boys Go To Hell
    18/ Shanghai: Port Of Last Resort
    19/ Trembling Before G-d: Trembling Before G-d
    20/ Filming: In The Mirror Of Maya Deren
    21/ Shabbos Noir: Secret Lives
    22/ Chippy Charm: Homecoming
    23/ Vocal Phase: Homecoming
    24/ Shaolin Spirit: Shaolin Ulysses
    25/ Main Title: Invitation To A Suicide
    26/ Sekhel (Vocal Version): Hiding And Seeking
    27/ Main Title: Protocols Of Zion
    28/ Indonesia: Workingman's Death

  John Zorn; Cyro Baptista; Joey Baron; Greg Cohen; Anthony Coleman; Trevor
  Dunn; Mark Feldman; Erik Friedlander; Bill Frisell; Wayne Horvitz; Bill
  Laswell; Arto Lindsay; Bobby Previte; Marc Ribot; Jamie Saft; Peter Scherer;
  Kenny Wollesen; etc.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7350 (CD)

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142 - DON'T COUNT ON GLORY: Lindsey Horner

    1/ Last Look Home
    2/ Don't Count On Glory
    3/ I Stand By Your Window
    4/ Gyp The Blood
    5/ Cuong Vu
    6/ Green Chimneys
    7/ Shadow Girl
    8/ Too, Too Blue

    Recorded in Brooklyn, New York in June and August 2003
    (4) recorded in Pittsburgh, USA in March 2003
  
  Lindsey Horner: bass, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, whistle; Marty
  Ehrlich (1-3,5-6,8): alto; Brian Lynch (1-3,5-6,8): trumpet; Pete McCann (1-
  3,5-8): guitar; Neal Kirkwood (1-3,5-6,8): piano; Uri Caine (1-3,5-6,8):
  electric piano; Allison Miller (1-3,5-6,8): drums, djembe; Jeff Bermann (1-
  3,5-8): percussion; Ben Opie (3): alto; Lou Stellute (4): tenor; Colter
  Harper (4): guitar; Eric Susoeff (4): guitar; Dave Throckmorton (4): drums;
  Jim DiSpirito (4): percussion; Lieven Venken (7): drums; Bobby Previte (8):
  drums.

    2005 - Cadence Jazz Records (USA), 1188 (CD)

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143 - THE COALITION OF THE WILLING: Bobby Previte

    1/ The Ministry Of Truth                    (Previte)                5:15
    2/ Airstrip One                             (Previte)                4:48
    3/ Versificator                             (Previte)                6:09
    4/ The Ministry Of Love                     (Previte)                5:49
    5/ Oceania                                  (Previte)                5:15
    6/ The Inner Party                          (Previte)                5:56
    7/ Memory Hole                              (Previte)                7:50
    8/ Anthem For Andrea                        (Previte)                6:07

    Recorded at Frank Booth Studio, Brooklyn (USA) in July and September 2005
    Produced by Jamie Saft and Bobby Previte

  Bobby Previte: drums, percussion, guitar; Charlie Hunter (1-7): guitars,
  bass, slide guitar; Jamie Saft: Hammond organ, bass, Rheem organ, Moog bass,
  Mellotron; Stew Cutler (1,6,7): harmonica, slide guitar; Steve Bernstein (2,
  3,5,7,8): trumpet; Skerik (2,3,5,7,8): tenor, baritone saxophone; Stanton
  Moore (2,5): drums; Dark Star (3): tambourine.

    2006 - Ropeadope Records (USA), 58221 (CD)

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

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

    10/ Crowds And Power                        (Elliott Sharp)         10:32

    Recorded at the Kitchen, New York City on October 23, 1982

  Michael Brown (10): bass; Al Diaz (10): percussion; Bobby Previte (10):
  drums; David Linton (10): drums; Elliott Sharp (10): guitar, soprano, bass
  clarinet; Jeannette Riedel (10): violin; A.C. Chubb (10): violin, saxophone;
  Fritz Van Orden (10): saxophone; Kurt Hoffmann (10): saxophone; Phillip
  Johnston (10): saxophone; Dave Sewelson (10): saxophone; Joe Dizney (10):
  guitar; Sue Hanel (10): guitar; Joe Drift (10): bass; Lesli Dalaba (10):
  trumpet; David Sacks (10): trombone; Jim Staley (10): trombone; M.E. Miller
  (10): drums; Charles K. Noyes (10): drums.

    2006 - Orange Mountain Music (USA), 0024 (CD)

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145 - THIRSTY EAR BLUE SERIES SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features Sex Mob (1), Scotty Hard's Radical Reconstruction
  Surgery-John Medeski and Matthew Shipp (2), Matthew Shipp (3), Nils Petter
  Molvaer (4), Meat Beat Manifesto (5), Carl Hancock Rux (6), Eri Yamamoto
  (7), Craig Taborn (8), DJ Spooky and Dave Lombardo (9), Mike Ladd (10),
  Charlie Hunter and Bobby Previte (Groundtruther) (11), Beans (12), The
  Yohimbe Brothers (13), William Parker (14), David S. Ware (15).

    11/ Transit Of Venus                        (Hunter, Previte)        6:00

    2006 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 57174.2 (CD)

  See LONGITUDE (2005) for further references on (11).

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146 - LIVE IN JAPAN: Bobby Previte, Jamie Saft, Skerik

  This 90 minutes video is directed by Chikara Iwai.

    Recorded live at Club Citta, Kawasaki (Japan) on December 13, 2003
  
  Bobby Previte; Jamie Saft; Skerik.

    2007 - Word Public (USA), 01 (DVD)

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147 - VERGE: Bobby Previte

    1/ Mingus 								 4:04
    2/ 1958 								 6:58
    3/ Acrobat 								11:30
    4/ Blues For Donna 							11:02
    5/ When You Get There, You Gotta Be On Main Street 			 4:24
    6/ The Circus 							 7:34
    7/ Not Since 							 2:09
    8/ Short Of Breath 							 6:59
    9/ Art For Now 							 3:12
    10/ Untitled 							 6:43
    11/ Cover The Earth 						 3:33
    12/ Long Since 							 2:22
    13/ 1958 								 5:52
    14/ Dark Ride 							 6:59
    15/ Ever Since 							 2:12
    16/ Soundtrack 							 4:14
    17/ Otto The Auto 							 4:47
    18/ Since When 							 1:12

    2007 - [self-released] (USA), ??? (CD)

  See PULL TO OPEN (1980) for further references on (1-6) and BUMP THE 
  RENAISSANCE (1986) for (8-14,16,17).

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148 - ALTITUDE: Groundtruther + John Medeski

  Disc 1: Above Sea Level 
    1/ Taipei 101                                                        4:10
    2/ Pyramid Of Giza                                                   6:12
    3/ Everest                                                           5:23
    4/ Seoul Tower                                                      10:27
    5/ Kingda Ka                                                         6:53
    6/ Warsaw Radio Mast                                                 7:01
    7/ Empire State                                                     15:43
  Disc 2: Below Sea Level
    8/ Three Haikus
      8a/ Death Valley                                                   0:33
      8b/ Salt Lake                                                      0:27
      8c/ Dead Sea                                                       0:36
    9/ Submarine Canyon                                                  3:37
    10/ Subduction Zone                                                  3:21
    11/ Evaporites                                                       2:49
    12/ Forearc                                                          2:17
    13/ Cold Seep                                                        3:51
    14/ Downwelling                                                      2:02
    15/ Decollement                                                      1:16
    16/ Sea Floor Spreading Hypothesis                                   4:10
    17/ Turbidite                                                        2:14
    18/ Bathymetric Expression                                           3:23
    19/ Tectonic Revolution                                              1:51
    20/ Mariana Trench                                                   7:42
    21/ Challenger Deep                                                  1:54

    Recorded at Spin Studios, Queens (USA) in August 2006
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Charlie Hunter: guitars; Bobby Previte: electronics, drums; John Medeski: 
  keyboards.

    2007 - Thirsty Ear (USA), THI 57181.2 (2xCD)

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149 - APRIL IN NEW YORK: Bobby Previte

  This 5xDVD set features Bobby Previte in duo with Skerik, Zeena Parkins,
  Benton-C Bainbridge, Elliott Sharp, and Marco Benvento.

    Recorded in New York City in April 2007

    2007 - ??? (USA), ??? (5xDVD)

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150 - DOOM JAZZ: Swami LatePlate

    1/ Malignant Cloud 							 9:40
    2/ The Round-Up 							 7:45 
    3/ Frank And The Girl 						 9:42
    4/ The Forbidden Border 						 6:25
    5/ The Bearded Man Cannot Help You 					 7:13
    6/ Escape 								 7:19
    7/ Doom Jazz 							 6:26

    Produced by Swami Lateplate 

  Jamie Saft: piano; Bobby Previte: drums; John Redcorn: bass. 

    2007 - Veal Records (USA), 0001 (CD)

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151 - THE SEPARATION: Andrea Kleine, Bobby Previte

    1/ The Separation                           (Kleine, Previte)       85:00

    Recorded live

  Christine Holt: voice; The Rose Ensemble; Jordan Sramek: conductor; The
  Coalition of the Willing: Reed Mathis (guitar, bass), Marco Benevento (or-
  gan, bass), Bobby Previte (drums).

    2007 - Kleine (USA), 01 (DVD)

  Note: limited DVD edition of 150 copies signed and numbered.

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152 - SET THE ALARM FOR MONDAY: Bobby Previte & The New Bump

    1/ Set The Alarm For Monday                 (Previte)                4:35
    2/ I'd Advise You Not To Miss Your Train    (Previte)                5:43
    3/ She Has Information                      (Previte)                4:35
    4/ Where You Followed?                      (Previte)                3:47
    5/ I'm On To Her                            (Previte)                4:35
    6/ There Was Something In My Drink          (Previte)                6:09
    7/ You're In Over Your Head                 (Previte)                5:46
    8/ Drive South, Along The Canyon            (Previte)                5:11
    9/ Wake Up Andrea, We're Pulling In         (Previte)                8:48

    Recorded at Maggie's Farm in August 2007
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Steve Bernstein: trumpet; Bill Ware: vibraphone; Brad
  Jones: bass; Jim Pugliese: percussion; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2008 - Palmetto (USA), PM 2133 (CD)

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153 - WHITE HATE: The Beta Popes

    1/ Zondervan 							12:19
    2/ Kabala 								13:31
    3/ Chalice Of Death 						18:16
    4/ Burning Witch 							12:16

    Recorded at Frank Booth Studio, Brooklyn (USA)

  Skerik: saxophone electronics, voice; Jamie Saft: guitars; Bobby Previte: 
  drums.

    2008 - Veal (USA), 03 (CD)

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154 - LIVE HATE: The Beta Popes

    Recorded live at the Subtone, UK

  Skerik; Jamie Saft; Bobby Previte.

    2008 - Veal (USA), 04 (CD)

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155 - BIG GUNS: Bobby Previte, Gianluca Petrella, Antonello Salis 

    1/ Landscape
    2/ Twilight Zone
    3/ Control Freak
    4/ PM
    5/ Big Guns
    6/ Just Following Orders
    7/ The Battle Of Cannae
    8/ The Battle Of Zama
    9/ Blues For Gio
    10/ Profondo Notte
    11/ Five Fifteen
    12/ Five Twenty Five
    13/ Five Fifty One

  Gianluca Petrella: trombone, effects, melodica; Antonello Salis: piano, 
  Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2008 - Auand (Italy), 9015 (CD)

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156 - BLACK SHABBIS: Jamie Saft 

    1/ Black Shabbis -- The Trail of Libels 
    2/ Blood 
    3/ Serpent Seed 
    4/ Der Judenstein (The Jewry Stone) 
    5/ Army Girl 
    6/ King Of King Of Kings 
    7/ Kielce 
    8/ Remember 
    9/ The Ballad Of Leo Frank 

  Mr. Dorgon: vocals; Trevor Dunn: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Jamie Saft: 
  guitar, bass, vocals, organs, Mellotron, Optigan, synthesizers; Vanessa 
  Saft: vocals; Mike Pride: drums; Dmitriy Shnaydman: drums. 

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8133 (CD)

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157 - PAN ATLANTIC: Bobby Previte

    1/ Deep Lake 				(Previte)	 	10:17
    2/ Stay On Path 				(Previte)		 8:25
    3/ The Eternity Clause 			(Previte)		 8:11
    4/ Destruction Layer 			(Previte)		 8:47
    5/ Pan Atlantic 				(Previte)		 8:55
    6/ Question Mark 				(Previte)		 7:09
    7/ Veltin 					(Previte)		 8:37

    Recorded at MUSIC LAB - Settimo Torinese, Torino (Italy) on April 20-24,
    2009
    (7) recorded in Switzerland in April 2009
    Produced by Bobby Previte

  Gianluca Petrella: trombone; Wolfgang Puschnig: alto, baritone saxophone; 
  Benoît Delbecq: Fender Rhodes; Nils Davidsen: bass; Bobby Previte: drums,
  Fender Rhodes.

    2009 - Auand Records (Italy), 9020 (CD)

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158 - LIVE IN NYC: THE SULLIVAN HALL RESIDENCY: Marco Benevento (& friends)  
 
    Recorded live at the Sullivan Hall, New York City in 2008

  Marco Benevento; Andrew Barr; Billy Martin; Bobby Previte; Brad Barr; DJ
  Olive; G. Calvin Weston; Reed Mathis; Joe Russo; John Ellis; Kaki King; Marc
  Friedman; Skerik; Stanton Moore; Steven Bernstein.

    2009 - Independent (?), ??? (DVD)

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159 - A BAG OF SHELLS: Jamie Saft 

    1/ Murderball 
    2/ My Biggest Fear 
    3/ Circle C 
    4/ Morning Music 
    5/ Social Security 
    6/ Joe's Rush 
    7/ Ninann 
    8/ Right Again 
    9/ Piano For The Masses 
    10/ Parliament 
    11/ Keith Goes Home 
    12/ Job Corps 
    13/ Dezert Blues 
    14/ Hyphen's Air 
    15/ Hermans 
    16/ Brooklyn Exile (Theme) 

  Jamie Saft: Fender Rhodes, synthesizers, guitars, bass, organs, Mellotron,
  Wurlitzer electric piano, piano, drums, percussion, programming; Erik 
  Friedlander: cello; Bobby Previte: drums; Bill McHenry: tenor; Shanir Ezra
  Blumenkranz: oud; Cyro Baptista: percussion; Vin Cin: bass; Dmitriy 
  Shnaydman: drums; Yacouba Sissoko: kora. 

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7520 (CD)

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160 - WINGWALKER: Jane Ira Bloom

    1/ Her Exacting Light			(Bloom)
    2/ Life On Cloud 8				(Bloom)
    3/ Ending Red Songs				(Bloom)
    4/ Freud's Convertible			(Bloom)
    5/ Airspace					(Bloom)
    6/ Frontiers In Science			(Bloom)
    7/ Rooftops Speak Dreams			(Bloom)
    8/ Rookie					(Bloom)
    9/ Adjusting To Midnight			(Bloom)
    10/ Live Sports				(Bloom)
    11/ Wingwalker				(Bloom)
    12/ I Could Have Danced All Night		(A. J. Lerner, F. Loewe)

    Recorded at Studio B, Avatar Studios, New York City on June 5 & 6, 2010
    Produced by Jane Ira Bloom

  Jane Ira Bloom: soprano, live electronics; Dawn Clement: piano, Fender 
  Rhodes; Mark Helias: bass; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2011 - Outline Records (USA), OTL-140 (CD)

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161 - THE AGE OF CARBON: Elliott Sharp Carbon

  Elliott Sharp; Zeena Parkins; David Weinstein; Marc Sloan; Joseph Trump; 
  Samm Bennett; Lesli Dalaba; Ken Heer; Dave Hofstra; David Linton; M. E. 
  Miller; Jim Mussen;  Charles K. Noyes; Katie O' Looney; Bobby Previte; Jim
  Staley; Jane Tomkiewicz.  

    2011 - Intakt (Switzerland), 188 (3xCD)

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162 - SWEET CHICAGO SUITE: Ray Anderson 

  Ray Anderson: trombone; Lew Soloff: trumpet; Matt Perrine: sousaphone; Bobby
  Previte: drums.

    2012 - Intuition (Germany), 71306 (CD)

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163 - PLUTINO: Plutino

  Francesco Diodati: guitar; Beppe Scardino: baritone saxophone, bass clari-
  net; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2012 - ??? (USA), ??? (CD)

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164 - DRUMMER'S CORPSE: Mike Pride

    Recorded in 2013

  Mike Pride: drums, organ, vocal, gongs; Tyshawn Sorey: drums; Ches Smith: 
  drums; Bobby Previte: drums; John McLellan: drums; Russell Greenberg: drums;
  Oran Canfield: drums; Chris Welcome: guitar; Eivind Opsvik: bass; Marissa
  Perel: vocals, percussion; Fritz Welch: vocals, percussion; Yuko Tonohira: 
  recitation.

    2013 - Aum Fidelity (USA), 78 (CD)

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*** - CHÖD: Chöd

  Gianluca Petrella; Massimo Pupillo; Bobby Previte.

    2010 - ??? (?), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet (planned in 2010).

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*** - THE WEST COAST CONQUEST: Coalition of the Willing

  Charlie Hunter; Skerik; Marco Benevento; Bobby Previte.

    ???? - ??? (USA), ??? (12xCD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - DIALED-IN: Bobby Previte

  Bobby Previte: electronic drums.

    2006 - Ropeadope Records (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet (planned in January 2006).

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*** - CANTO 2: Swami Lateplate

  Bongo Dali (Bobby Previte); Key Command (Jamie Saft).

    2001 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - CANTO 3: Swami Lateplate

  Bongo Dali (Bobby Previte); Key Command (Jamie Saft).

    2001 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - ???: Voodoo Orchestra

    Recorded in April 1998

  Jack Walrath: trumpet; Brian Lynch: trumpet; Dave Ballou: trumpet; Mark
  Feldman: violin; Peter Epstein: soprano; Adam Kolker: tenor; Lindsey Horner:
  bass clarinet; Peter McCann: electric guitar; Jamie Saft: Hammond organ;
  Russ Lossing: Fender Rhodes piano; John Dryden: Fender Rhodes piano; Peter
  Herbert: acoustic bass; Stefan Crump: electric bass; John Mettam: djembe,
  percussion; Peter Basil: congas, percussion; Bobby Previte: drums.

    2001 - Depth Of Field (USA), ??? (5xCD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - ???: Bobby Previte's Weather Clear, Track Fast

    2001 - Depth of Field (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: not released yet.

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|                    RECORDS (CO)PRODUCED BY BOBBY PREVITE                   |
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  POLKA DOTS & LASER BEAMS: Guy Klucevsek (1991 - Eva, WWCX 2036 (CD))
  WHO STOLE THE POLKA? Guy Klucevsek (1991 - Eva, WWCX 2037 (CD))
  THE MYSTERY OF COMPASSION: Tom Varner (1993 - Soul Note, 121217-2 (CD))
  CITRUS, MY LOVE: Guy Klucevesek (1995 - RecRec Music, ReCDec 54 (CD))

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|                  RECORDS WITH LINER NOTES BY BOBBY PREVITE                 |
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  IN CONCERT: LIVE AT PHILHARMONIC HALL: Miles Davis (1997 - Columbia/Legacy 
   (USA), C2K 65140 (2xCD))
  STARING AT THE SUN: Peter Epstein 4tet (1999 - M.A Recordings, M041A (CD))

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  * Reflex, Volume 1, Issue 10: "A Different Drummer," an article/interview
    by Don Shiffren (pp. 44-45)

  * Option, Sep/Oct 1988, No. 22: article/interview by Brooke Wentz (pp. 61-
    62)

  * Down Beat, December 1989, vol.56, no.12: Blindfold test conducted by Gene
    Santoro (pp. 53)

  * Down Beat, March 1992: "Bobby's Excellent Adventure," interview by Bill
    Milkowski (pp. 25-27)

  * The Wire (UK), June 1992: "Drummer On The Fast Track," article/interview
    by Stuart Nicholson (pp. 28-30)

  * Jazz a go-go (Poland), No.2, February 1994: "Landscape behind the drums",
    interview by Mariusz Adamiak & Pawel Trzaska (pp. 22-25)

  * Jazz a go-go (Poland), No.3 (11), 1995: "I don't pick up musicians from
    Carnegie Hall", an interview by Maciej Pszczolkowski (pp. 24-27)

  * Down Beat, February 1999: "Assimilation Man", interview by Ted Panken (pp.
    34-37)

  * Modern Drummer, October 1999: "Bobby Previte Trailblazer", an interview by
    Ken Micallef (pp. 70-81)

  * Jazzwise (UK), May 2003, Issue 64: "Rattle and Hum," interview of Bobby
    Previte by Stuart Nicholson (pp. 40-42)

  * Downbeat, January 2006: "Shocking Reality," an interview of Charlie Hunter
    and Bobby Previte by Dan Ouellette (pp. 36-41)
 
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  RISING TONES CROSS: A Jazzfilm by Ebba Jahn, 119 minutes, english and german
  with subtitles. With Peter Kowald Quartet (Kowald, Charles Gayle, Marilyn
  Crispell, Rashied Ali); Peter Kowald Trio (Kowald, Charles Gayle, John
  Betsch); Zorn-Horvitz-Duo (John Zorn, Wayne Horvitz); Billy Bang's Forbidden
  Planet (Bang, Kim Clarke, Wayne Horvitz, Oscar Sanders, Bobby Previte);
  William and Patsy Parker Ensemble (Wayne Horvitz, Ricardo Strobert, Masahiko
  Kono, Dennis Charles, William Parker, Lisa Sokolov, Jeanne Lee, Ellen
  Christi, Patsy Parker, Maria Mitchell, Carol Penn Muhammad, Frank Boyer,
  Keith Dames, A.R. Penck); Charles Tyler Quintet (Tyler, Roy Campbell Jr.,
  Curtis Clark, Wilbur Morris, John Betsch); Don Cherry And Sound Unity
  Orchestra (Cherry, Maria Mitchell, Peter Brötzmann, Rüdiger Carl, Daniel
  Carter, Dennis Charles, Ellen Christi, Peter Kowald, Wilbur Morris and
  others); Jemeel Moondoc Sextet (Moondoc, Roy Campbell Jr., Ellen Christi,
  Rahn Burton, William Parker, Rashied Ali); Schweizer-Carl (Irène Schweizer,
  Rüdiger Carl); Peter Brötzmann Ensemble (Brötzmann, Charles Gayle, David S.
  Ware, Frank Wright, Jemeel Moondoc, Roy Campbell Jr., Masahiko Kono, Irène
  Schweizer, Peter Kowald, William Parker, Rashied Ali).
  Direction, Camera: Ebba Jahn; Sound Recording: Jost Jebers (1984)

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  SHORT CUTS by Robert Altman (1993)

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  Dostoyevsky meets MTV in "BOUGHT AND SOLD": a Runaway's Odyessey Ending
  with Death and Redemption in NYC (76m, color, $29.95).

  "BRUTAL ARDOR": a Battered Wife's Search for Comfort from the Source
  of Her Pain (46m, color, $19.95).

  "WHERE NO SUN SHINES": NYC Streets After Midnite: Hidden Camera Music
  Video Documentary (B&W, 13m, $14.95).

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