DISCOGRAPHY OF DAVID SHEA

This is the third version of the discography of David Shea.

Following items are:

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

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

Patrice Roussel (ergodic@sprintmail.com)
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		       |   DISCOGRAPHY OF DAVID SHEA   |
                       |           April 2006          |
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		       | by Patrice Roussel            |
                       | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)      |
                       | 2034 NE 37th Ave.             |
		       | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)      |
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With special thanks to:

David Shea
Howard Yang
Peter Stubley 
Alexander Bailey 
Paul Jacobson   
Jon Abbey      
Alan M Gordon 
Jim Kan      
Jan-Wen Lu  
Stéphane Vuilleumier 
Stefan Verstraeten  
Ethan Danberry 	
Herb Levy
Andreas Dietz 
Michel Ramond 
Kristi Monfries 
Marc Cantais
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
  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 - RANA, RITUAL & REVELATIONS: Anne LeBaron

  Lamentation/Invocation (1984)                 (LeBaron)               
    1/ Part One                                                         10:40
    2/ Part Two                                                          4:25

  Allen Sheaver: baritone; The New Music Consort conducted by Linda Bouchard; 
  Robert Yamins: clarinet; Madeleine Shapiro: cello; Nina Kellman: harp.

    3/ Rite Of The Black Sun (1980)             (LeBaron)               16:35

  The New Music Consort conducted by Claire Heldrich; Franck Cassara: percus-
  sion; Paul Guerguerian: percussion; Michael Pugliese: percussion; William 
  Trigg: percussion.

    4/ Planxty Bowerbird (1982)                 (LeBaron)                7:35

  Anne LeBaron: harp, tape.

  Noh Reflections (1986)                        (LeBaron)   
    5/ Part One                                                         14:45  
    6/ Part Two                                                          7:25

  The Theater Chamber Players Of Kennedy Center; Hamao Fujiwara: violin; Masao
  Kawasaki: viola; Evelyn Elsing: cello.
    
    7/ Concerto For Active Frogs (1971)         (LeBaron)                8:10

  The New Music Consort conducted by Anne LeBaron; George Cartwright: tenor,
  animal calls; Jim Staley: trombone; William Trigg: percussion, tape; David
  Shea: baritone voice; chorus: Rodney Thomaston, Susan Botti, Adam Weisman, 
  Julie Marti, Christina Wheeler, David Anthony, Debra Degenhardt, Michael
  Rosensky.

    ???? - Mode (USA), mode 30 (CD)

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002 - THIS LOST LEG: No Safety

    1/ Opium Wars                               (No Safety)              3:33
    2/ Freedom's A Theory                       (Rupel, Zhonzinsky)      2:43
    3/ In Traffic                               (No Safety)              2:41
    4/ Fire On Teeth                            (No Safety)              2:30
    5/ Outside                                  (N.S., Houston-Jones)    0:48
    6/ More To It                               (No Safety)              2:51
    7/ Speed Of Accidents                       (No Safety)              3:29
    8/ Fitch - She Looks Like The Law           (No Safety)              3:14
    9/ Humidity                                 (No Safety)              4:44
    10/ Can You Can't                           (No Safety)              2:11
    11/ How Many Steps                          (No Safety)              3:05
    12/ Escape                                  (No Safety)              4:26
    13/ I Sleep                                 (No Safety)              1:23

    Recorded in New York in August and September 1988
    Produced by Tim Hodgkinson

  Zeena Parkins: keyboards, electric harp, accordion, vocals; Chris Cochrane:
  guitar, vocals; Ann Rupel: bass, vocals; Doug Seidel: guitar, sampler,
  vocals; Pippin Barnett: drums, vocals; Jim Staley (9): trombone; David Shea
  (9): turntables, vocals; Tim Hodgkinson (9): saxophone.

    1989 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 25 (LP)

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003 - JUDY DUNAWAY: Judy Dunaway

    1/ El Norte                                 (Dunaway, Brown)         2:57
    2/ Yippee Yi Yo                             (Dunaway, Brown)         3:14
    3/ Lubricaciando                            (Dunaway)                2:44
    4/ Kitchen Utensils                         (Dunaway)                1:54
    5/ Missionary Kid                           (Dunaway)                3:43
    6/ The Stripper                             (Dunaway)                1:41
    7/ Business Suit                            (Dunaway, Lytle)         2:41
    8/ Sprech                                   (Dunaway)                1:45
    9/ Brother John                             (JD,CC,SG,SAH)           2:04
    10/ The Blob                                (Dunaway)                3:31
    11/ Z-13                                    (Dunaway)                1:34
    12/ Little Birds                            (Dunaway)                1:27
    13/ The Lamb                                (Dunaway)                1:50

    Recorded at Dessau, New York City
    (5) recorded at Wharton Tiers, New York City
    Produced by Mark Howell

  Judy Dunaway: vocals, classical guitar, electric guitar; Rick Brown (1,2):
  drums; Mark Howell (3,8): trumpet, vocals; Chris Nelson (3): trombone; David
  Zohnzinsky (3): saxophone; Evan Gallagher (3,5,8): drums, electric piano;
  Mike Sappol (3): bass; Bob Lipman (3): conga; Jerry Myers (3): bongo; David
  Shea (3,8): maracas, background vocals; Michael Lytle (7): bass clarinet;
  Cinnie Cole (9): vocals; Sue Garner (9): vocals; Sue Ann Harkey (9): vocals.

    1990 - Lost Records (USA), L90141 (CD)

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004 - 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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005 - LES MYSTERES DES VOIX VULGAIRES: various artists

  This CD is a benefit release for A/Rivista Anarchica, a pacifist and anar-
  chist magazine published regularly in Italy since February 1971. The CD has
  the following artists: Rhythm Activism, André Duchesne, Christoph Gallio,
  Gigi Masin/Wind, Kulu Hatha Mamnua, Peeni Waali, David Moss, Mark Howell,
  Judas 2, Barbarie Legere, Eugene Chadbourne. The accompanying booklet has
  written contributions from Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Chris Cutler, Lady June,
  and Margaretta D'Arcy.

  David Shea plays on one track with Mark Howell:

    9/ Big Footed Man                           (Howell)                 5:33

  Mark Howell: electric guitar; Tony Maimone: bass; June Dunaway: classical
  guitar, vocal harmony; David Shea: voice percussion (beat box).

    1990 - Divergo (Italy), Cat. No. 1 (LP)
    1990 - Divergo (Italy), Cat. No. 1 (CD)
    1990 - Divergo (Italy), Cat. No. 1 (CT)

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006 - 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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007 - MR. BUNGLE: Mister Bungle 

    1/ Travolta                                                          6:56
    2/ Slowly Growing Deaf                                               6:59
    3/ Squeeze Me Macaroni                                               5:38
    4/ Carousel                                                          5:13
    5/ Egg                                                              10:38
    6/ Stubb (A Dub)                                                     7:19
    7/ My Ass Is On Fire                                                 7:47
    8/ The Girls Of Porn                                                 6:42
    9/ Love Is A Fist                                                    6:01
    10/ Dead Goon                                                       10:02

    Recorded and mixed at Different Fur, San Francisco in 1991
    Produced by John Zorn and Mr. Bungle

  Vlad Drac: singer; Heifetz: drums; Scummy: guitar; Trevor Roy Dunn: bass;
  Bar: tenor; Theobald Brooks Lengyel: alto, bari intonation; David Shea:
  turntables; Yeesus Krist: backing vocals; Maximum Bob: backing vocals;
  Kahli: backing vocals; Jennifer: backing vocals.

    1991 - Warner Bros. Records, ??? (LP)
    1991 - Warner Bros. Records, ??? (limited edition picture LP)
    1991 - Warner Bros. Records, 9 26640-2 (CD)
    1991 - London Metal (UK), 828 267-2 (CD)
    1991 - London Metal (UK), 828 267-4 (CT)
    1991 - London Metal (UK), 828 276-1 (limited edition picture LP)

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008 - DRINK. IT'S LEGAL: Krackhouse

    1/ untitled  							 1:37
    2/ Jerry Lee's Penis  						 1:05
    3/ Fill In The Blanks    						 1:40
    4/ untitled   							 1:32
    5/ Mud  								 1:46
    6/ Butterfly Sky  							 1:53
    7/ I Ride A White Horse Against UFOs 				 0:29
    8/ untitled  							 1:40
    9/ Profits Without Honor   						 2:36
    10/ The Myth of Objectivity   					 0:54
    11/ National Duty Vs. Obligations To The Human Race   		 1:56
    12/ untitled  							 0:54
    13/ How Miller Beer Is Made 					 2:25
    14/ New Subjectivity   						 1:56
    15/ The Easy Way Out   						 1:02
    16/ Neo-Solipsism 							 1:31
    17/ untitled  						 	 1:13
    18/ World Economy  							 1:15
    19/ untitled  							 1:47
    20/ Don't Dance 							 1:33
    21/ For Those Among Us Who Have Fallen 				 2:48
    22/ untitled  							 2:16
    23/ Teenage Kids Just Want To Kill  				 2:01
 
    Recorded by Doug Henderson and Matt Ostrowski
    (?) recorded by Kramer at Noise, New York
    Produced by Krackhouse
 
  Mike Sappol: six-string bass, tape loops, vocals; Doug Henderson: doubleneck
  guitar/bass, saxophone, peckhorn, vocals; Matthew Ostrowski: tapes, radio,
  metronomes, drum machine, ARP synthesizer, vocals; Evan Gallagher: horns;
  David Shea: human beat box, turntables; David Henderson: saxophone; George
  Cartwright: saxophone, animal calls; Kramer: grand piano; Andrew Klimek:
  guitar; Jim Biederman: tapes, vocals; Paul Hoskin: taped saxophone solo.
 
    1991 - Metamkine/Organic Tapes (France) - MKCD 002/OCD01 (CD)

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

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

  David Shea plays on two tracks, one with John Zorn:

    10/ Sebastopol                              (Zorn)                   6:02

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

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

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

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

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

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

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010 - SPILL: No Safety

    1/ Oh No                                    (Seidel, Cochrane)       1:33
    2/ Sad                                      (Cochrane, Tom Cora)     2:44
    3/ Summer Dress                             (Seidel, Cochrane)       4:20
    4/ Distraction                              (Seidel, Cochrane)       2:55
    5/ Post Nature                              (Seidel, Rupel)          2:41
    6/ Face                                     (Parkins, Cochrane)      3:50
    7/ Cambodia                                 (Parkins)                3:45
    8/ A Sense Of Ruin                          (Seidel, Rupel, Timmons) 2:19
    9/ Pavlov's Heaven                          (Parkins, Cochrane)      3:14
    10/ Wrong Number Dream                      (Rupel)                  4:38
    11/ Happy For Now                           (Seidel)                 1:02
    12/ Saturday Morning                        (Rupel)                  4:54
    13/ Swoon Me                                (Parkins)                3:33
    14/ Urge                                    (Seidel, Rupel, Spelios) 3:39
    15/ Open Your Eyes                          (Cochrane)               1:50
    16/ Split Control                           (Cochrane)               3:49

    Recorded at Water Music, Hoboken (New Jersey) in January 1991-January 1992
    Produced by David Weinstein and No Safety

  Zeena Parkins: keyboards, electric harp, accordion, vocals; Chris Cochrane:
  guitars, sampler, vocals; Ann Rupel: bass, vocals; Tim Spelios: drums, per-
  cussion; Doug Seidel: guitars; David Shea: turntables, samples.

    1992 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-127 (CD)
    1993 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 45 (CD)

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011 - URSA'S DOOR: Zeena Parkins

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

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

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

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

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012 - SHOCK CORRIDOR: David Shea

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

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio in January 1992

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

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

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013 - ELEGY: John Zorn

    1/ Blue                                     (Zorn)                   7:08
    2/ Yellow                                   (Zorn)                   2:48
    3/ Pink                                     (Zorn)                  15:44
    4/ Black                                    (Zorn)                   3:42

    Recorded at Different Fur Studios, San Francisco in November 1991

  Barbara Chaffe: alto flute, bass flute; David Abel: viola; Scummy: guitar;
  David Shea: turntables; David Slusser: sound effects; William Winant: per-
  cussion; Mike Patton: vocals.

    1992 - Eva Records (Japan), WWCX 2040 (CD)
    1992 - 99 Records (Germany), 2112 (CD)
    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7302 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Japan), 33004 (CD)
    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7302 B (CD)

  Note: Zorn does not play on this record.

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014 - STATE OF THE UNION: various artists

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

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

    120/ Quiet Please!                          (Shea)                   0:53

  David Shea: samplers.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

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

  Note: David Shea does not play on the 1982 vinyl edition.
  Note: the CD was initialy issued by Arrest Records in 1992 but the company
   went out of business simultaneously with the release - there might be some
   copies floating around.

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015 - 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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016 - PRISONER: David Shea

    1/ #1                                                                3:47
    2/ #2                                                                4:01
    3/ #3                                                                6:30
    4/ #4                                                               12:25
    5/ #5                                                                9:12
    6/ #6                                                                8:14
    7/ #7                                                                9:54

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios during summer 1993
    Produced by David Shea

  Cyro Baptista (5): Brazilian percussion; Anthony Coleman: piano, organ,
  sampler; Lisa Crowder (4): piano; Hideki Kato: electric bass; Caroline
  Marshall (6): voice and breath; Zeena Parkins: harp, piano; Jim Pugliese:
  drums, percussion; Marc Ribot: guitar; David Shea: sampler, piano, jaw harp,
  harmonica; Sebastian Steinberg (7): electric bass.

    1994 - Sub Rosa Records (Belgium), SR73 (CD)

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017 - ALPHABET CITY: various artists

  This record features Gerard Malanga, Slash Orchestra, Beautiful People Ltd,
  Elliott Sharp, David Shea, Michael Gira.

    14/ 8 C                                     (Shea)                   9:41
    15/ Prisoner #7                             (Shea)                   9:54

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York during Summer 1993

  David Shea: sampling, keyboards; Zeena Parkins: sampling, keyboards, piano;
  Marc Ribot (15): guitar; Anthony Coleman (15): organ; Sebastian Steinberg
  (15): bass; Jim Pugliese (15): percussion.

    1994 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), Utopian Diaries SR72 (CD)

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018 - SHREK: Marc Ribot

    1/ Prelude                                  (Frantz Casseus)         1:17
    2/ Spigot                                   (Ribot)                  2:57
    3/ Forth World                              (Ribot)                  7:53
    4/ Romance                                  (Ribot)                  6:29
    5/ Hoist The Bloody Icon High               (Ribot)                  4:40
    6/ Half Ass Whole                           (Thompson, Ribot)        3:44
    7/ Big Money                                (Ribot)                  4:45
    8/ Shrek                                    (Ribot)                  6:17
    9/ Human Sacrifice                          (Ribot)                 10:43
    10/ Bells                                   (Albert Ayler)          10:08

    Recorded at Low Blood Studios, New York City
    Produced by Marc Anthony Thompson and Marc Ribot

  Marc Ribot: guitars, banjo, Eb horn, drums, pump organ; Chris Wood (2-5,
  7-10): guitar; David Shea (2,6,9): sampler; Sebastian Steinberg (2-5,7-10):
  bass; Jim Pugliese (2-5,7-10): drums; Christine Bard (3-5,7-10): drums; Marc
  Anthony Thompson (6): autoerotic harp.

    1994 - Avant (Japan), Avan 033 (CD)

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019 - I: David Shea

    1-2/ Film                                   (Shea)                  14:01
    3/ Screwy Squirrel                          (Shea)                   1:23
    4-5/ Trio II                                (Shea)                  11:23
    6/ Tex                                      (Shea)                   1:34
    7-9/ Alpha                                  (Shea)                  24:09

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch Studio, New York in 1994
    Produced by David Shea

  David Shea: samplers.

    1995 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 79 (CD)

  From the liner notes: I is a recording of works for solo sampler. The pieces
  are realizations which I recorded, as much as possible, in real time. These
  pieces center around what the sampler can do as a physical 'played' instru-
  ment. The sources which were sampled from records and CD's became material
  which was arranged and composed on the keyboard. Each of these compositions
  can be performed live. The recording was made according to what is possible
  in a live situation, with the exception of some computer editing. This 
  record uses bits of everything that I have done so far with turntables, CD
  and sampler manipulations. It continues the exploration of the first three
  records.

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020 - THE MAN OF SORROWS - A SUB ROSA LEXICON: various artists

  This record features David Shea (1), Slash Orchestra (3), David Lynch (4),
  X Legged Sally (5), Adult Fantasies (6), Frame-Cut-Frame (7), Ira Cohen (8),
  Zahava Seewald (9), Peter Blegvald & John Greaves (10), Blindman Kwarket
  (11), Jardin d'Usure (12), Lilith (13), Martyn Bates (14), Marianne Pousseur
  (15), Charles Hayward (16), Paul Bowles (17), Jean-Luc Fafchamps (18).

    1/ Screwy Squirrel                          (David Shea)             1:34

    ???? - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 84 (CD)

  See I (1995) for further references on (1).

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021 - HSI-YU CHI: David Shea

    1/ Temple                                   (Shea)                   9:06
      1a/ Temple
      1b/ Sai Teen
      1c/ Tai Tsung
      1d/ Chang'an
      1e/ Sun Wu Kung
    2/ Three Elements                           (Shea)                   3:20
    3/ Five Fingers                             (Shea)                   4:32
    4/                                          (Shea)                   8:19
      4a/ Fists Of Fury
      4b/ Canton Opera Blues
      4c/ Enter The Dragon
      4d/ The Underworld
    5/ The Woodcutter And The Fisherman         (Shea)                   4:09
    6/                                          (Shea)                   6:38
      6a/ Silk Road
      6b/ Black Wind Cave
      6c/ The Weapons
    7/                                          (Shea)                   5:46
      7a/ Mara
      7b/ Five Villages West
      7c/ Two Sisters Wedding
    8/ Two Elements                             (Shea)                   1:45
    9/ Rouge                                    (Shea)                   1:58
    10/ Orchid Tree                             (Shea)                   4:13
    11/                                         (Shea)                   5:41
      11a/ Holy Mountain
      11b/ Jetvana/Pure Land

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios in January 1994
    Produced by David Shea

  Sim Caine: drums, percussion, dumbek; Hideki Kato: bass; Wu Man: pipa; Zeena
  Parkins: electric harp, acoustic harp, piano, accordion; Jim Pugliese:
  drums, percussion; Marc Ribot: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo;
  David Shea: sampler, piano, turntables, CDs; Alex Tobias: harmonica, tin
  whistle, celtic drum; Rebecca Wilson: screaming; John Zorn: alto.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7005 (CD)

  Note: the track listing in the booklet is completely wrong.

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022 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY: John Zorn's Cobra

    1/ Hemachatus Haemachatus                                            2:11
    2/ Naja Naja Atra                                                    3:40
    3/ Many-Banded Krait                                                10:58
    4/ Taipan                                                            1:30
    5/ D. Popylepis                                                      3:20
    6/ Lampropeltis Doliata Syspila                                      1:30
    7/ Boomslang                                                        11:07
    8/ Maticora Intestinalis                                             6:13
    9/ Acanthopis Antarcticus                                            4:00
    10/ Hydrophiidae                                                     5:42
    11/ Ngu Sam Liem                                                     0:53
    12/ Ophiophagus Hannah                                               1:25
    13/ Boulengerina                                                     5:23
    14/ Laticauda Laticauda                                              2:58

    (1) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in January 1992
    (2) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in February 1992 
    (3) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in March 1992 
    (4,5) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in April 1992
    (6) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in May 1992 
    (7) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in June 1992 
    (8) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in July 1992 
    (9) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in August 1992 
    (10) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in September 1992 
    (11,12) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in October 1992 
    (13) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in November 1992 
    (14) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in December 1992 
    Produced by Anthony Coleman and Norman Yamada

  Christine Bard (1,3,7): drums; Anthony Coleman (1-3,7,9): sampler; Mark 
  Degliantoni (1-3,9): sampler; Curtis Fowlkes (1,3): trombone; Evan Gallagher
  (1,2,6,8,10): keyboards, sampler, trombone, cornet; Gisburg (1,4,5,7): voice
  (soprano), mouth organ, tin whistle; Roy Nathanson (1,3,7,9): soprano, alto,
  tenor; James Pugliese (1,2,7,9): drums, sampler, percussion; Marcus Rojas 
  (1,13): tuba; David Shea (1,2,9): sampler; Doug Wieselman (1): clarinet; 
  Michelle Kinney (2,13): cello, electronics; Tim Spelios (2): CD players; 
  David Weinstein (2): sampler; Brad Jones (3): string bass; Myra Melford (3):
  synthesizer; Zeena Parkins (3,7): electric harp; Marc Ribot (3,7): electric
  guitar; Jay Rodrigues (3): alto; E.J. Rodriguez (3,14): drums, percussion;
  Bill Ware (3): vibraphone; Jeff Buckley (4,5): voice (tenor); M. Doughty (4,
  5): voice (tenor); Judy Dunaway (4,5,8): voice (mezzo-soprano), electric 
  guitar, balloons; Mark Ettinger (4,5): voice (tenor); Cassie Hoffman (4,5):
  voice (soprano); Nina Mankin (4,5): voice (mezzo-soprano); Chris Nelson (4,
  5): voice (baritone); Juliet Palmer (4,5): voice (alto); Wilbur Pauley (4,
  5): voice (bass); Rick Porterfield (4,5): voice (baritone); Eric Qin (4,5):
  voice (baritone); Kevin Sharp (4,5): voice (throat); Louie Belogenis (6): 
  drums; Steven Bernstein (6,10,13,14): sampler, trumpet, slide trumpet; Dawn
  Buckholz (6): sampler; Joe Gallant (6,10): string bass, 6-string contrabass
  guitar; Randy Hutton (6): synthesizer; Margaret Lancaster (6): soprano, 
  alto; Fred Lonberg-Holm (6,8,11,12): electric harp, tape recorder, CD pla-
  yers, noisemakers, cornet; Vito Ricci (6): electric guitar; Walter Thompson
  (6,10): alto, baritone, flute; Ed Broms (7): string bass; Tamela Glenn (7):
  voice (soprano); Lee Hyla (7): sampler; Tim Smith (7): bass clarinet; Chris
  Wood (7,9): string bass; Bob Lipman (8): electric guitar, bongos, percus-
  sion; Leslie Ross (8,11,12): bassoon, electric bassoon, shawm, various 
  reeds; Blaise Siwula (8): alto, trumpet; Kiku Wada (8): electric guitar; 
  David Watson (8,11,12): electric guitar, trumpet; Steve Waxman (8): electric
  bass, pocket trumpet, percussion; Michael Evans (9,10): drums, percussion; 
  Craig Flanagin (9): electric guitar; K.J. Grant (9,11,12): electric bass, 
  voice (alto); John King (9): dobro; Sharon Topper (9): voice (soprano), 
  noisemakers; John Zorn (9): alto; David Cast Castigilione (10,14): tenor, 
  bass clarinet, baritone saxophone; Allan Chase (10): soprano, alto; Hollis 
  Headrick (10): drums; Rolf Sturm (10): electric guitar; Steve Swell (10): 
  trombone; Thomas Ulrich (10): cello; Nick Balaban (11,12): synthesizers; 
  April Chung (11,12): violin; Paul Hoskin (11,12): baritone; Donna Jewell 
  (11,12): voice (soprano); James Lo (11,12): drums; Makigami Koichi (11,12):
  voice (tenor); Matthew Ostrowski (11,12): analog synthesizer; Greg Anderson
  (13): acoustic, string instruments; David Krakauer (13): clarinet, bass cla-
  rinet; Frank London (13): trumpet, percussion; Paul Morrissett (13): kaval,
  gaida, violin; Andrea Parkins (13): accordion; Sebastian Steinberg (13): 
  electric bass; Alicia Svigals (13): violin; Jane Tomkiewicz (13): percus-
  sion; Billy Martin (14): percussion, talking drum; Ben Perowsky (14): drums;
  Adam Rogers (14): electric guitar; Dan Rosengard (14): synthesizers; Danny
  Sedownik (14): percussion; Paul Shapiro (14): soprano, tenor, flute; Tronzo
  (14): slide guitar.

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 124 (CD)

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023 - FILMWORKS II - MUSIC FOR AN UNTITLED FILM BY WALTER HILL: John Zorn

    1/ Intro                                    (Zorn)                   3:07
    2/ I Stole From Jesus Christ                (Zorn)                   0:49
    3/ Gold                                     (Zorn)                   0:48
    4/ Main Title                               (Zorn)                   1:55
    5/ THE BUILDING                             (Zorn)                   0:56
    6/ Meatlocker                               (Zorn)                   0:55
    7/ Pigeons                                  (Zorn)                   0:52
    8/ Scuffle                                  (Zorn)                   0:19
    9/ Exploring                                (Zorn)                   0:58
    10/ Rattlesnakes (for Sergio Leone)         (Zorn)                   1:43
    11/ Two Interiors                           (Zorn)                   0:38
    12/ Stealth                                 (Zorn)                   0:42
    13/ Action                                  (Zorn)                   0:48
    14/ Dumping The Body                        (Zorn)                   0:34
    15/ The Trunk                               (Zorn)                   0:06
    16/ Escape Attempt                          (Zorn)                   1:39
    17/ Arrival                                 (Zorn)                   0:43
    18/ Prying At The Windows                   (Zorn)                   0:35
    19/ Arsenal                                 (Zorn)                   0:54
    20/ King James                              (Zorn)                   1:04
    21/ Powerline                               (Zorn)                   0:19
    22/ The Magic Of Gold                       (Zorn)                   2:25
    23/ Chimney                                 (Zorn)                   0:23
    24/ Dilemma                                 (Zorn)                   1:12
    25/ Conspiracy                              (Zorn)                   0:45
    26/ The Plot (part one)                     (Zorn)                   1:32
    27/ The Plot (part two)                     (Zorn)                   0:43
    28/ Heroin Fix                              (Zorn)                   2:40
    29/ Lucky Run                               (Zorn)                   0:58
    30/ Vengeance Is Mine                       (Zorn)                   2:03
    31/ Escape                                  (Zorn)                   2:00
    32/ Kill Fever                              (Zorn)                   1:15
    33/ Outside                                 (Zorn)                   0:21
    34/ Ending                                  (Zorn)                   0:50
    35/ Alternate Ending/End Title              (Zorn)                   2:32
    36/ Arsenal Dance Mix                       (Zorn)                   3:57

    Recorded at Shelley Palmer Studios, New York City in May/June 1992
    Produced by John Zorn

  Cyro Baptista: Brazilian percussion; Anthony Coleman: prepared piano, key-
  boards; Carol Emanuel: harp; Andy Haas: didjeridu; Jim Pugliese: percussion;
  Marc Ribot: guitar, banjo; David Shea: turntables, sampler.

    1995 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88753 (CD)
    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7306 (CD)

  Note: this music was originally composed as the score to Walter Hill's film,
  "Trespass". Ry Cooder was drafted to score an alternative soundtrack that 
  was ultimately used in the film (Thanks to Phil Brophy/James Douglas Knox).

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024 - THE TOWER OF MIRRORS: David Shea

    1/ Red Jade                                 (Shea)                   1:43
    2/ Entering                                 (Shea)                   1:27
    3/ The Tower                                (Shea)                   2:56
    4/ Mirrors                                  (Shea)                   0:46
    5/ Elegy                                    (Shea)                   3:13
    6/ Exotic Gardens                           (Shea)                   2:30
    7/ Locus Solus                              (Shea)                   2:10
    8/ The Green Green World                    (Shea)                   2:35
    9/ Kuan-Yin Mirrors                         (Shea)                   2:35   
    10/ The Forbidden City                      (Shea)                   1:45
    11/ The Machines                            (Shea)                   1:40
    12/ Chang-O Changes Form                    (Shea)                   3:45
    13/ Tuning                                  (Shea)                   1:25
    14/ The The Pure Land Illusions             (Shea)                   6:31   
    15/ Canto I-XX                              (Shea)                   2:08
    16/ Schizoid                                (Shea)                   5:25
    17/ Hammer And Anvil                        (Shea)                   2:56
    18/ The Red Chapel                          (Shea)                   3:14
    19/ Canton Noir Blues                       (Shea)                   4:32
    20/ Song Of The Old                         (Shea)                   1:18
    21/ The Lovers                              (Shea)                   3:16
    22/ Sallambo & Salome                       (Shea)                   4:43
    23/ Broken Jade. Four Directions Battle     (Shea)                   5:38
    24/ The Elder Of The Void. Awakening        (Shea)                   3:07

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, Harmonic Ranch Studio, Jim Cain's 
    Studio, Jim Pugliese's Studio, New York City in September-October 1995

  Simeon Cain: tabla, percussion; Erik Friedlander: cello; David Morley: 
  analog synthesizer programming; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Zeena Parkins: piano,
  prepared piano; Jim Pugliese: bowed vibes, mbira, percussion; David Shea:
  sampler, piano, texts; Jim Dungan: protools editing engineer; Ian Bryan:
  live recordings engineer; Tiziana Kutic: Italian and French text; Vivian
  Huang: Mandarin Chinese narration and text compilations.

    1995 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR94 (CD)
    2006 - Metta (Australia), ??? (CD)

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025 - SAME SAME: Fast Forward

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

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

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

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

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026 - FOLDS AND RHIZOMES FOR GILLES DELEUZE: various artists

  This record features Mouse On Mars (1), Main (2), Oval (3), Scanner (4),
  Hazan+Shea (5).

  David Shea plays on one track (in two parts) with Hazan:

    5/ Rhizome: No Beginning No End/Souvenir D'Un Surfer Au Bord Du Desert
                                                (David Shea)             4:45
      5a/ End                                                            2:54
      5b/ Beginning                                                      1:45

    (5) recorded in Brussels and at Harmonic Ranch, New York in September-
    October 1995
    (5) produced by David Shea

  Tobias Hazan; David Shea; Gilles Deleuze: voice.

    1995 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), Utopian Diaries SR99 (CD)

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027 - UNIVERSONORO VOLUMEN 2: various artists

  This record features Manolo Kabezabolo (1), Cooper (2), The Model Rockets
  (3), Amphetamine Discharge (4), Smart Went Crazy (5), Trusky (6), The Mr.T
  Experience (7), E-330 (8), Loud (9), The Killer Barbies (10), Perverted
  (11), Sindicato Del Crimen (12), Koma (13), NRA (14), The Queers (15), Los
  Coronas (16), Los Calzones Rotas (17), Boikot (18), Tribe 8 (19), Heredeiros
  Da Crus (20), Mama Ladilla (21), Los Verdaderos Creyentes (22), Nuuk Posse
  (23), Dub Narcotic Sound System (24), Bill Laswell (25), Factory (26), The
  Power Steepers (27), David Shea (28), The Frogmen (29), Sigue Sigue Sputnik
  (30), Destroy Mercedes (31), Alien Mar (32), Mil Dolores Pequenos (33),
  Pascal Comelade (34), Lois (35), Berrogueto (35), Emilio Cao (36).

  David Shea plays on one track:

    28/ The Pure Land Of Illusions              (David Shea)             6:31

    1995 (?) - Boa (Spain), ??? (2xCD)

  See THE TOWER OF MIRRORS (1995) for further references.

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028 - 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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029 - SUB ROSA LIVE SESSIONS>LONDON MAY 1996: Shea>Rimbaud>Hampson

    1/ Untitled 1                               (Rimbaud, Shea)         24:31
    2/ Untitled 2                               (Shea, Hampson)         21:03

    Recorded live at Upstairs at The Garage, London on May 12, 1996

    1996 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), quantum 051 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 2000.

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030 - THE LAND OF PURE ILLUSIONS: David Shea

    1/ The Land Of Pure Illusions (Tower Of Jade remix)                  6:05
    2/ The Land Of Pure Illusions (Highland remix)                       2:40
    3/ The Land Of Pure Illusions (Meditation remix)                     4:54
    4/ Breath                                                            8:48

    1996 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), quantum 121 (12" LP)

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031 - SUB ROSA LIVE SESSIONS>PARIS JUNE 1996: Scanner>Shea>Main

    1/ Beef.Clustal.Verb.Jat Scheelan.Thrones Of Hives
						(Scanner)               23:15
    2/ Fragment Of Alpha                        (David Shea)            13:03
    3/ Live Firmament                           (Main)                  37:02

    Recorded live at Le Garage, Paris on June 23, 1996

    1996 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), quantum 102 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 1200.

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032 - UNDERWOOD: various artists

  This record features Scanner, Seefeel, Laibach, Justin Broaderick, Islamic
  Diggers, Mouse on Mars, David Shea, Bill Laswell, Nus, Mick Harris, Silk 
  Saw, Nuuk Posse.

    11/ The Pure Land Of Illusions              (David Shea)             6:30

    1996 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR100 (CD)

  See THE TOWER OF MIRRORS (1995) for further references.

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033 - DOWN RIVER, UP STREAM! David Shea, DJ Grazhoppa

    1/ HuM HuM HuM                                                       0:10
    2/ Dramarama                                                         6:42
    3/ Anytime Pt. 1                                                     2:51
    4/ Blue Trunk                                                        3:27
    5/ Tired                                                             0:57
    6/ No Go Feat. TLP                                                   4:07
    7/ Old Note 24/7                                                     1:00                                                         
    8/ Tasty Cake                                                        4:43
    9/ Twitch                                                            5:00
    10/ Morning Jacks                                                    5:15
    11/ Down River, Up Stream                                            3:04
    12/ In Station                                                       4:23
    13/ Any Time Pt. 2                                                   1:31
    14/ 16 RPM                                                           4:27

    Recorded at Geert Waegeman's Studio

  DJ Grazhoppa: turntables, samplers, human beatbox; David Shea: sampler, 
  jawharp, human beatbox.

    1996 - Downsall Plastics (Belgium), DSL 003 (CD)

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034 - NEW YORK SOUNDSCAPE: SUB ROSA - LIVE IN NEW YORK: Scanner>Nus>Shea

    1/ A Dialogue On The Underground, Brooklyn				 1:42
    2/ The Basis For The Devil's Argument	(Nus)			 7:28
    3/ Even The coffee Itself Is To Blame				 4:08
    4/ Fragment Of Satyricon			(David Shea)		13:56
    5/ New CK Be By Calvin Klein For Men And Women			 2:03
    6/ Trail Spence				(Scanner)		10:58
    7/ Bjork At The Luna Park, Coney Island				 1:44
    8/ Epilogue					(Scanner)		 2:34
	
    Recorded at The Cooler, New York City on September 19, 1996

    1996 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), quantum 153 (CD)

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035 - RESONANCE - THE SAMPLER ON TRIAL: various artists

  This "Special Sampling Issue!" of RESONANCE includes a free CD featuring
  David Shea (1), Stock, Hausen & Walkman (2), Sainkho & Otomo Yoshihide (3),
  Martin Tétreault (4), Richard Barrett & Mary Oliver (5), Bob Ostertag & Phil
  Minton (6), Habaio (7), Konaka and Tibong (8), Roger Smith (9).

    1/ Trio for samplers II & III               (David Shea)             4:04

    Recorded at Conway Hall, London on February 23, 1996

  David Shea: sampler.

    1997 - LMC (UK), Res 5.1 CD (magazine+CD)

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036 - SUB ROSA SESSIONS>BARI OCTOBER 1996: Charles Hayward>Nûs>David Shea

    1/ Fragment Of Satyricon 2                  (Shea)                   4:41
    2/ The New World Order, Who Decides?        (Hayward)                8:27
    3/ Accidents & Emergencies                  (Hayward)                7:12
    4/ No Bones                                 (Hayward)                5:02
    5/ Machine Shop                             (Nus)                    5:30
    6/ Lament                                   (Nus)                    4:57
    7/ Fissure                                  (Nus)                    5:17

    Recorded live at Teatro Nuovo Palazzo, Bari (Italy) on October 8, 1996

  David Shea; Charles Hayward; Nus.

    1997 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), quantum 204 (CD)
  
  Note: limited edition of 1600.

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037 - DOUBLE ARTICULATION>ANOTHER PLATEAU: FOLDS AND RHIZOMES REMIXES: various 
  artists

  This record features Gilles Deleuze (1), David Shea (2), Scanner (3), Mouse
  on Mars (4), Tobias Hazan (5), Main (6), Oval (7).

  On one track, David Shea remixes Scanner's "Phantom Signals With Active Band
  Width":

    2/ Phased Lines                             (Shea)                   8:45

    Recorded at Harmony Ranch Studio, New York City in March 1996
    Produced by ???

  On another track, Mouse On Mars remixes everybody on FOLDS & RHIZOMES, 
  including David Shea:

    4/ Die Pegel Gesetzt                        (Mouse On Mars)         10:10
  
    Recorded at the Academy-of-St-Martin-in-the-Streets, Duesseldorf (Germany)
    in April 1996
    Produced by Andi Toma and Jan St Werner

    1997 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), Utopian Diaries SR110 (CD)

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038 - UNDERWOOD TWO: various artists

  This record features Bisk, Vedic, David Shea, Bill Laswell with Ninj, Mick 
  Harris/Eraldo Bernocchi, Scanner, Rawfrucht, Ui, Tone Rec, Oval v/s Main,
  Nus.

  David Shea plays on two tracks, one in solo:

    3/ Q (from Satyricon)                       (Shea)
    
  and one with Robert Hampson:  
  
    12/ 27 Plants & 2 Trees                     (Shea, Hampson)         14:00

  Note: (12) is a CD ROM track.

    1997 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR125 (CD/CD ROM)

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039 - SATYRICON: David Shea

    1/ Opening                                  (Shea)                   2:50
    2/ *Q                                       (Shea)                   5:33
    3/ Psyche                                   (Shea)                   7:58
    4/ Eros                                     (Shea)                   4:25
    5/ The Wheel                                (Shea)                   3:20
    6/ Giton's Theme                            (Shea)                   3:21
    7/ Eumolpus                                 (Shea)                   1:43
    8/ Circe                                    (Shea)                   2:38
    9/ Ars Nova II                              (Shea)                   5:02
    10/ Aphrodesia                              (Shea)                   2:25
    11/ Trimalchio                              (Shea)                   7:45
      11a/
      11b/
    12/ Cave Canem                              (Shea)                   1:07
    13/ The Wife Of Epheseus                    (Shea)                   3:24
    14/ The Dream                               (Shea)                   2:04   
    15/ The Waves                               (Shea)                   4:36

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch Studio, New York City in January 1997
    (1,4) recorded at Jim Pugliese's Studio, New York City in September 1996
    (5,10) recorded at Diamond Cutter Studio, New York City in September 1996
    (7) recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in September 1995
    (11a) recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in October 1993
    Produced by David Shea

  David Shea: sampler, synthesizer, piano; Jim Pugliese (1,4,5,7,11a): gongs, 
  bowed vibraphone; Tiziana Kutic (6,13): voice; Erik Friedlander (7): cello;
  Giulio Venier (8,9): violin, baghet (bag pipe); Lucia Clonfero (8): violin;
  Elisa D'Agostini (8): viola; Martina Bertoni (8): cello; Fabio Accurso (9): 
  kobsa (flute), flute, frame drum; Paolo Cecere (9): psaltery, viella; 
  Allesandra Cossi (9): symphonia; Carlo Mariani (9): sardinian launeddas; 
  Dario Marusic (9): mala sopela (Istrian pipes); Marino Kranjac (9): mala 
  sopela (Istrian pipes); Sim Cain (11a): drums; Anthony Coleman (11a): piano, 
  organ; Zeena Parkins (11a): electric harp; Sebastian Steinberg (11a): bass.

    1997 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR111 (CD)
    2005 - Metta (Australia), ??? (CD)

  Note: the 2005 reissue adds an extra track:

    16/ Satyricon 2000                          (Shea)                  22:58

  which has been previously released on TRYPTICH (2001).

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040 - BERG DU BERG ICH: Frank Schulte Switchbox

    1/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                1:19
    2/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                3:05
    3/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                2:31
    4/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                2:40
    5/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                4:09
    6/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                1:21
    7/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                1:35
    8/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                1:18
    9/ untitled                                 (Schulte)                1:43
    10/ untitled                                (Schulte)                3:13
    11/ untitled                                (Schulte)                0:38
    12/ untitled                                (Schulte)                3:49
    13/ untitled                                (Schulte)                2:06
    14/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:48
    15/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:15
    16/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:17
    17/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:32
    18/ untitled                                (Schulte)                5:34
    19/ untitled                                (Schulte)                3:25
    20/ untitled                                (Schulte)                2:51
    21/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:58
    22/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:22
    23/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:07
    24/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:37
    25/ untitled                                (Schulte)                1:22
    26/ untitled                                (Schulte)                2:19
    27/ untitled                                (Schulte)                2:45

    Recorded live at the 24th Moers Festival on June 3-5, 1995

  Frank Schulte: synthesizers, sampler, tapes, records, conductor; Anna 
  Homler: vocals, toys; David Shea: sampler; Axel Otto: soundtable, toys, 
  tapes; Martin Schütz: acoustic and amplified cello; Michael Moore: reeds;
  Tony Buck: drums, interactive electronics.

    1997 - Moers Music (Germany), 03008 (CD)

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041 - THE POEM DE NUESTRA SIGNORA: David Shea

    1/ Cantigas De Santa Maria #1 (Des Oges Mais)
                                                (trad.)                  5:22
    2/ Variations On The Prologue To The Cantigas De Santa Maria
                                                (trad.)                  5:06
    3/ Mediana Ballu                            (Dionigi Burranca)       5:24
    4/ Celesti Tesoru                           (Mariani, Shea, Burranca)5:10
    5/ Fiorassu Ballu                           (Burranca, Shea)         2:30
    6/ Valzer Di Napoleone                      (trad.)                  2:22
    7/ Polca                                    (trad.)                  1:34
    8/ Speljivanje Neveste                      (trad.)                  2:21
    9/ Taranjkanje                              (trad.)                  1:14
    10/ Kanta                                   (trad.)                  0:51
    11/ Hop-Polka                               (trad.)                  1:45
    12/ Benandants #1                           (Venier, Foreani, Shea)  0:39
    13/ Liaries                                 (trad.)                  1:53
    14/ Benandants #2                           (Venier, Foreani, Shea)  0:27
    15/ Dies Irae Dies Irae                     (trad.)                  0:38
    16/ A Non De' Mai Stade Ploe                (trad.)                  3:46
    17/ E Tu Pieri...                           (trad.)                  2:30
    18/ Terkishe Yale V'yove Tanz               (trad.)                  2:19
    19/ Klez Cafe                               (trad.)                  2:50
    20/ Rezija... Ole!                          (Venier)                 1:54
    21/ Memories And Presages                   (Shea)                   6:57
    22/ Ars Nova                                (Shea)                   7:28

    Recorded at Midi & Digital Studio, Udine on November 14-22, 1996
    (15) recorded live in Straden (Graz), Austria
    Produced by David Shea

  Fabio Accurso (1,2,22): lute, def, flute, ud; Martina Bertoni (20-22): 
  cello; Davide Casali (18-19): clarinet; Giuseppe Paolo Cecere (1,2,22): 
  psaltery, shawm, fidel, hurdy-gurdy; Lucia Clonfero (20-22): violin, feet;
  Alessandra Cossi (1,22): voice, symphonia; Elisa D'Agostini (20-22): violin,
  viola, feet; Giovanni Floreani "Vanni" (12-14,16): cister; Claudia Grimaz 
  (15): voice; Hangas Tiavetu Mustapha (22): darabuka; Marino Kranjac (7-9,11,
  22): mala sopela, mih, voice; Carlo Mariani (3-5,22): launeddas "mediana",
  launeddas "punt'e organu", launeddas "fiorassiu", launeddas; Dario Marusic 
  (7,9-11,22): vela sopela, voice, vidalice; David Shea (2,4,5,11,12,14,17,19,
  21,22): sampler, keyboards, human beat box, Jew's harp, improvisation 
  conduction; Giulio Venier (6,12-14,16,17,20-22): diatonic accordion, violin,
  baghet (bagpipe), feet.

    1997 - More Music (Italy), MOMUS 008 (CD)

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042 - GREAT JEWISH MUSIC: SERGE GAINSBOURG: various artists 

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

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

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

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

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

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043 - MIND THE GAP 14: various artists

  This record features Endemic Void (1), Rootsman (2), Lard (3), We (4), David
  Shea (5), Sun Electric (6), The Herbaliser (7), T. Rococo Rot (8), Amon
  Tobin (9), Transmisia (10), Melvins (11), Bisk (12).

    5/ Q                                        (Shea)                   5:34

    1998 (?) - Gonzo Circus, GC 020 (CD)

  See SATYRICON (1997) for further references.

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044 - MORT AUX VACHES: David Shea

    1/ Hsi-Yu Chi solo sampler version          (Shea)                   6:20
    2/ Satyricon solo excerpts/Alpha II new version
                                                (Shea)                  45:26

    (1) recorded live on VPRO Radio 5 ('De Avonden') on February 25, 1996
    (2) recorded live on VPRO Radio 5 ('De Avonden') on February 5, 1997

  David Shea: samplers.

    1998 - Staalplaat (Netherlands), no number (CD)

  Note: limited and numbered edition of 1000 copies.

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045 - UNDERWOOD THREE: various artists

  This record features DJ Wally, Pee Gonzalez, Ansuman Biswas, Bisk, Tone Rec,
  Farmers Manual, Multiphonic Ensemble, Scanner/Derek Jarman, David Shea,
  Timothy Leary/DJ Cheb I Sabbah, Out of Worship.

    9/ Breath                                   (David Shea)

    1998 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR135 (CD)

  Note: the David Shea track has never been released before.

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046 - USSR RECONSTRUCTION - THEORIES EXPLAINDED: DJ Vadim

  Disc 1:
    1/ Lord Forgive Me (Doomsday Line mix by The Bug)
    2/ Aural Prostitution (Swope remix)
    3/ U.S.S.R. Repertoire (Clatterbox remix)
    4/ The Schematics (Part Mie) (Jamie Hodge Born Under A Rhyming Planer
       remix)
  Disc 2:
    5/ Who The Hell Am I? (Montage Freestyle mix)
    6/ Who The Hell Am I? (Animals On Wheels remix)
    7/ U.S.S.R. Reconstruction (Oval remix by Markus Popp)
    8/ More Melodies In Vertical Theory (Vadim vs The Sycophants)

    (2) recorded at Zabrieske Point Studios, New York City

  David Shea (2).

    1998 - Ninja Tune, ZEN 31/3&4 (2x12")

  Note: David Shea does not play on the CD pressing.

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047 - CLOSED ON ACCOUNT OF RABIES - POEMS AND TALES OF EDGAR ALLAN POE:
  various artists

  This record features Marianne Faithfull (1,12), Christopher Walken (2), Iggy
  Pop (3), Ken Nordine (4), Diamanda Galas (5), Gavin Friday (6), Ed Sanders
  (7,8), Jeff Buckley (9), Dr. John (10), Deborah Harry/The Jazz Passengers
  (11), Gabriel Byrne (13), Abel Ferrara (14).

  David Shea plays on one track with Dr. John:

    10/ Berenice                                (Poe, Ribot, Rebennack) 27:42

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studios, New York
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Marty Ehrlich: woodwinds; Vicki Bodner: oboe; Marc Ribot: guitar; Dr. John:
  reading, piano; E.J. Rodriguez: percussion; Emil Yoan: percussion; Greg
  Cohen: bass; David Shea: keyboards.

    1998 - Mouth Almighty (USA), 314 536 480-2 (2xCD)

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048 - DROP 6.1: various artists

  This record features remixes by Govinda (1), Transglobal Underground (2),
  The Grifo Kings (3,8), Ralf (4), David Shea (5), Maffia Sound System (6), O
  Yuki Conjugate (7), Love Calo' & Simone Fabbroni (9).

    5/ Adagisù                                  (Croce, Bigazzi, Shea)   5:58

    1998 - Materiali Sonori (Italy), MASO CD 90093 (CD)

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049 - FEAR NO FALL

    1/ untitled								11:47
    2/ untitled								 4:07
    3/ untitled								 5:29
    4/ untitled								10:27
    5/ untitled								17:28
    6/ untitled								 8:27

    Recorded live during the Klapstuk Festival, Leuven (Belgium) on Ocober 
    1-5, 1997
    Produced by Lowlands

  David Shea (2,3,5): sampler, jew's harp, piano; Dirk Wachtelaer (2,4,5): 
  drums, sampler; Zeena Parkins (1,2,5,7): electric harp, shortwave tuner;
  Toshinori Kondo (4-7): electric trumpet; DJ Low (5,6): turntables, loops, 
  samples, scapes; Jim O'Rourke (1,3,5-7): guitar, analogue synthesizer, 
  harmonica.

    1998 - Lowlands (Belgium), Low 011 (CD)

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050 - CLASSICAL WORKS: David Shea

  Chamber Symphony #1                           (Shea)
    1/ Movement 1                                                        4:15
    2/ Movement 2a                                                       3:08
    3/ Movement 2b                                                       1:45
    4/ Movement 3                                                        5:23
    5/ Movement 4                                                        3:59
  The 'Voice' Suite                             (Shea)
    6/ Movement 1                                                        0:44
    7/ Movement 2                                                        5:33
    8/ Movement 3                                                        2:05
    9/ Movement 4                                                        5:46
    10/ Movement 5                                                       4:50
    11/ Movement 6a                                                      4:56
    12/ Movement 6b                                                      2:46
    13/ Movement 7                                                      10:12

    (1-5) recorded Vooruit in Ghent, Belgium on May 5, 1998
    (6-13) recorded at Zabriske Point, New York City

  The Ictus Ensemble (1-5): Janna Van Mechelen (alto flute), Piet Van Bockstal
  (oboe), Takashi Yamane (clarinet), Dirk Noyen (bassoon), Eric Sleichim
  (baritone saxophone), Philippe Ranallo (trumpet), Alain Pire (trombone),
  Igor Semenoff (violin), Paul de Clerck (viola), Geert de Bievre (cello),
  François Deppe (cello), Gery Cambier (double bass), Jean-Luc Fafchamps
  (piano), Jean-Luc Plovier (sampling keyboard), Gerrit Nulens (percussion),
  Miguel Bernat (percussion), Georges-Elie Octors (conductor); Erik
  Friedlander (6-13): cello; Jim Pugliese (6-13): percussion; David Shea (6-
  13): sampling keyboard, turntables, piano.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7041 (CD)

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051 - THE OPIUM WAR: Zeena Parkins

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

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

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

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

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

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052 - SUBSTANTIA: Sub Rosa

  This record features David Lynch (1), DJ Grazzhoppa + DJ Smimooz (2),
  Rom=Pari (3), Montage (4), DJ Wally vs Jigen (5), Bisk (6), Bump & Grind vs
  Third Eye Foundation (7), Tone Rec (8), Benge (9), Vedic (10), David Shea
  (11), Loren MazzaCane Connors (12).

    11/ Jade Mirror                             (David Shea)

    1999 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 160 (CD)

  See AN EASTERN WESTERN COLLECTED WORKS (1999) for further references.

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053 - AN EASTERN WESTERN COLLECTED WORKS: David Shea

    1/ Dangerous Ground                                                  7:07
    2/ A Spiral                                                          8:25
    3/ Lines                                                             5:02
    4/ Il Siciliano                                                      6:04
    5/ Harmonies                                                         7:17
    6/ Jade Mirror                                                       4:30
    7/ Duo/Solo For Trumpet & Sampler                                    3:53
    8/ Solo/Duo                                                          3:18
    9/ Elegy For Mario Bava                                             16:54

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City late 1997
    Produced by David Shea

  David Shea: sampler, piano, jaw harps, voices, synthesizers; Dave Douglas
  (6-8): trumpet; Jim Pugliese (1-3,5): percussion, tympani, vibraphone.

    1999 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 134 (CD)

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054 - ALTERNATIVE MEDITATIONS VOL.2: various artists

  This record features Bill Laswell, Jah Wobble, Brian Eno, Hector Zazou,
  David Shea, etc.

    1999 - Materiali Sonori (Italy), ??? (CD)

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055 - EL RITUAL DE NORTH ET SUD: David Shea Et Nuestra Signora Ensemble

    1/ Orationem    				(trad.)			 1:56
    2/ Passing...(Benandants #3)    		(Shea)   		 5:58
    3/ Axis Mundi   				(trad.)			 5:58
    4/ Serenata     				(A. Ciervo)     	 5:53
    5/ Heretico             			(Shea, Coviello, Vetrone, El
						Kozeh) 			 3:51
    6/ Transfiguration      			(Shea, Della Corte)    	 5:26
    7/ Scaccia'Morra        			(trad.)			 7:30
    8/ 'O Juorne D'a Festa/Celebration 		(trad.)			 3:10
    9/ Conspiracy Et vendetta       		(Shea)   		 1:20
    10/ Initiation  				(trad.)			 5:06
    11/ Exorcismo   				(trad.)			 4:53
    12/ Ars Nova #2 (Doppia Fantasia)		(Shea)  		 8:45

    Recorded at Digital Studio, Benevento in September 1997
    (1) recorded at Midi & Digital Studio, Cavallico (Udine) in November 1996
    Produced by David Shea

  David Shea (2,5-7,9-12): sampler, piano, scacciapensieri (Jew's arp), voice,
  conducting; Fabio Accurso (1,12): ud; Ruggero Calvanese (12): i fravoli 
  (double flute); Umberto Camerlengo (10,12): viola, psaltery; Giuseppe Paolo
  Cecere (1): hurdy-gurdy; Alfonso Coviello (2-3,5,7,9,11): tammorra, dara-
  bouka, bodhran, sonagli, caxixi, jam block, icebell; Cristiano Della Corte 
  (6,10): cello; Sergio Fanelli (10): violin; Jean-Pierre El Kozeh (2,5,8): 
  chitarra battente, mandola; Giorgio Monte (3): voice; Giulio Venier (12): 
  baghet (bagpipe); Cristina Vetrone (2,4-5): diatonic accordion, voice.

    1999 - More Music (Italy), NOTA CD 2.86 - MOMUS 009 (CD)

  Note: on (12) all the musicians but David Shea are sampled.

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056 - WELCOME TO EXECRATE: Speedranch^JanskyNoise

    1/ Intro - We Need Your War (Bringer)       (S^JN)                   3:48
    2/ Noise Grinder                            (S^JN)                   2:25
    3/ Disposable Icons Of The Future           (S^JN)                   4:07
    4/ Primed For Survival                      (S^JN)                   3:26
    5/ Cave Control                             (S^JN)                   3:57
    6/ Erasing String O                         (S^JN)                   0:26
    7/ Nuclear Cats Get New Home                (Hrvatski & Blitter)     2:29
    8/ Botanical Mattress With Fleas In A Midnight Toker
                                                (S^JN)                   4:17
    9/ Second Clock Crash                       (Elektroplasma)          2:43
    10/ Awake                                   (Faultline, David
                                                Kosten)                  4:52
    11/ Annual Gift Man Who Comes From The Moon At Halloween
                                                (The Veilgud Brothers)   2:22
    12/ Sincro-Industry                         (ADC)                    3:53
    13/ Foil                                    (DJ Olive & Voke)        4:41
    14/ Sodium Aminate                          (Diskbootikr, Christian
                                                Griffiths)               5:18
    15/ Bodyburst (Verb)                                                 2:38
    16/ Billie Klubb (Mix Master Mike)                                   1:32
    17/ Exist Slowly (2nd Gen)                                           4:49
    18/ Eating Lunch With Jason And His Argonauts
                                                (S^JN)                   0:46
    19/ Sapid (Dust Devil)                      (S^JN)                   2:26
    20/ Hardware (Weapons Of Mass Destruction)  (S^JN)                   3:23
    21/ Glory, Glory, Glory Estefan's Bazoomas  (S^JN)                   1:51
    22/ Hawaii                                  (S^JN)                   0:09
    23/ (untitled)                              (S^JN)                   0:13
    24/ (untitled)                              (S^JN)                   0:59
    25/ (untitled)                              (S^JN)                   0:11
    26/ (untitled)                              (S^JN)                   0:11
    27/ (untitled)                              (S^JN)                   0:10
    28/ (untitled)                              (S^JN)                   0:14
    29/ (untitled)                              (S^JN)                   0:12

    (13) recorded at Skin Tone, Riddles, Brooklyn (USA)
    (1-6,8,18-29) produced by Speedranch^JanskyNoise
    (9) produced by Elektroplasma
    (10) produced by David Kosten
    (11) produced by The Veilgud Brothers
    (12) produced by ADC
    (13) produced by DJ Olive & Voke
    (14) produced by Christian Griffiths
    (15) produced by Verb
    (16) produced by Naut Humon
    (17) produced by 2nd Gen

  Speedranch^JanskyNoise; Stock, Hausen & Walkman; Screaming MacGregor (5);
  Hrvatski & Blitter (7); Elektroplasma (9); David Kosten (10); Emma Black
  (10): cello; Keith Bayley (10): harmonica; Paul Fletcher (11); Ivan Seal
  (11); Gianmarco Fratocchi (12); Massimiliano Iervolino (12); DJ Olive (13);
  Voke (13); Christian Griffiths (14); Verb (15); Naut Humon (16); 2nd Gen
  (17); Snorley (18); The Palin Chorus (21); Bill Odie v Chris Packham (22);
  Bigroad Breaker; Byzar; Celluloid Mata; Mild Man Jan; Navicom; James
  Plotkin; Semiconductor; David Shea; Vomit Lunch; V/Vm; Otomo Yoshihide.

    1999 - Leaf (UK), BAY 4CD (CD)

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057 - FREE CHOCOLATE LOVE: David Shea, Scanner

    1/ XX7's Theme                              (Shea)                   6:53
    2/ Misty Moods Theme                        (Shea)                   4:00
    3/ Theme From Lost, Lonely & Vicious        (Scanner)                4:12
    4/ Theme From Love Of Light                 (Scanner)                3:48
    5/ Theme From Smootchy Smootchy             (Scanner)                5:17
    6/ Themes From Waterfall                    (Shea)                   7:12
    7/ Theme From Peach Garden                  (Shea)                   8:28
    8/ Theme From Moon Landing                  (Scanner)                6:59

    (1,2,6,7) recorded at Diamond Cutter Studios, New York City
    (3-5,8) recorded at Soap Factory, London
    Produced by Robin Rimbaud and David Shea

  David Shea (1,2,6,7); Scanner (3-5,8).

    2000 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 151 LP (LP)
    2000 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR 151 CD (CD)

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058 - UNCLASSICAL 0,1: various artists

  This record features compositions by Marcel Duchamp (1), Renaud de Putter
  (2), Luigi Dallapiccola (3), Brett Dean (4), Paolo Chagas (5), Claude
  Debussy (6), Antonio Russolo (7), Henri Pousseur (8), Giacinto Scelsi (9),
  Hanns Eisler (10), Stefan Wolpe (11), Morton Feldman (12), Jean-Luc
  Fafchamps (13), Luciano Berio (14), David Shea (15), Paul Bowles (16).

    15/ Duo/Solo For Trumpet And Sampler        (David Shea)

  David Shea; Dave Douglas.

    2000 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR138 (CD)

  See AN EASTERN WESTERN COLLECTED WORKS (1999) for further references on
  (15).

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059 - COPIER.COLLER: various artists

  This record features Scanner (1), To Rococo Rot (2), Bump & Grind (3), David
  Shea (4), Rehberg & Bauer (5), DJ Olive (6), Kreidler (7), Vincent Hänni 
  (8), Stock Hausen & Walkman (9).

    4/ Wayang                                   (David Shea)             7:07

    Recorded at La Batie Festival, Geneva and Le Botanique, Brussels in 
    September 1999

  David Shea.

    2000 - Quatermass (Belgium), QS100 (2xCD)
    2000 - Quatermass (Belgium), QS100 (2xLP)

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060 - TRYPTICH: David Shea

    1/ Sita's Walk Of Fire                      (Shea)                  21:34
    2/ One Ride Pony                            (Shea)                  10:38
    3/ Satyricon 2000                           (Shea)                  22:58

    Recorded at Equus, Brussels (Belgium) in December 2000 and January 2001
    Produced by David Shea

  David Shea: sampler.

    2001 - Quatermass (Belgium), QS112 (CD)

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061 - FREE WAYS: various artists

  This record features Rae And Christian & Lisa Shaw (1), Sr Smoothy (2), Ogu
  2040 (3), Pascal & Mister Day (4), The One (5), Chris Dawkins & Nicole
  Willis (6), Kraze One & Aniis Le Neue (7), Jersey Street (8), Taxi (9),
  Psyco On Da Bus (10), Dj Krush (11), World Of Apples (12), Surfers (13), Ray
  Barbee (14), Supatone (15), Doctor Rockit (16), Dusit Inn (17), Czerkinsky
  (18), Seelenluft (19), Ras (20), The Big Knife (21), Ingrid Schroeder &
  Silent Poets (22), David Shea (23).

    23/ Misty Moods Theme

    2001 - Columbia (France?), ??? (2xCD)

  See FREE CHOCOLATE LOVE for further references on (23).

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062 - CLASSICAL WORKS II: David Shea

    1/ Chamber Symphony #2                      (Shea)                  25:02
    2/ Solo/Duo For Cello                       (Shea)                  14:03
    3/ Solo/Duo For Piano                       (Shea)                  19:22
    4/ 8 Scenes For Computer                    (Shea)                   9:25

  David Shea: sampler, computer; Ensemble Musiques Nouvelles (1): Jean
  Philippe Collard (piano), Jean-Louis Votano (clarinet), Wilbert Aerts (vio-
  lin), Sigrid Van Den Bogaerde (cello), Louison Renault (percussion), Pierre
  Devos (oboe); Jean Paul Dessy (1,2): conductor (1), cello (2); Jean Philippe
  Collard (3): piano.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7079 (CD)

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063 - SONIC PROCESS - UNE NOUVELLE GEOGRAPHIE DES SONS: various artists

  This audio companion to the book SONIC PROCESS - UNE NOUVELLE GEOGRAPHIE
  DES SONS features David Shea (1-3), [unreadable name] (4,5), Renee Green
  (6), [no name] (7), Mike Kelley & Scanner (8), Scanner (9), Hallucinator
  (10), Richard Dorfmeister (11).

    1/ Red Jade                                 (David Shea)             1:42
    2/ Entering                                 (David Shea)             1:27
    3/ The Tower                                (David Shea)             2:56

    2002 - Editions du Centre Pompidou (France), no catalog # (book+CD)

  Note: This book (with the CD) is the catalog of the exhibition "Sonic
  Process" that was held at the Centre Pompidou, Paris from October 16, 2002 
  to January 6, 2003.

  See THE TOWER OF MIRRORS (1995) for further references on (1-3).

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064 - SONIC PROCESS: various artists

  This record features Scanner (1), David Shea (2,9), Cold Cut (3), Richard
  Dorfmeister & Rupert Huber (4), Mathieu Briand & Eric Lecoin (5), 403 (6),
  Flow Motion (7,10), Mathieu Voirin & Eric Alcala (8), Phagz (11).

  David Shea plays on two tracks:

    2/ Intrigantes Excerpt                      (Shea)                   9:00
    9/ Scene #8                                 (Shea)                   4:37

    2002 - Milan (France), 198980-2 (CD)

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065 - EMIT ONE: various artists

  This record features Scanner (1), DJ Olive (2), QPE (3), Steve Alexander
  (4), David Toop (5), Oxford Parker (6), Philip Samartzis (7), David Shea
  (8), I/O (9), Frost (10), John Chantler (11), Yanto Browning & Matthew
  Fraser (12), Hutt River Space Agency (13), Tara Pattenden (14), Ponyloaf
  (15).

    8/ Intrigantes                              (David Shea)             9:51

    2002 - EMIT (Australia), EMIT ONE (CD)

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066 - EXPERIENCES DE VOL: Art Zoyd, Musiques Nouvelles

  Disc 1:
    2/ Chamber Symphony Number 2 (extract)      (David Shea)

    2002 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR192 (3xCD)
    2006 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR192 (3xCD)

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067 - RHYTHM SCIENCE: DJ Spooky

  This record features excerpts/remixes by Yoshio Machida (1,18), Sussan
  Deyhim (1,33), Nuuk Posse (2), Antonin Artaud (2), DJ Grazzhoppa (3), Bill
  Laswell (3,7,24,25), Directions (4), E.E. Cummings (4), DJ Wally (5,15),
  Gertrude Stein (5), Charles Hayward (6), Scanner (7,16,17), Freeform vs
  Michael Mayer (7), Kurt Schwitters (7), Vedic (8), Tristan Tzara (8), Oval
  vs Yoshihiro Hanno (9,10), Oval vs Main (10), David Shea (10), Marcel
  Duchamp (10), Scola Hungarica (11), Jean-Luc Fafchamps (12,13), Meira Asher
  + Guy Harries (12), Jilala de Tangier (13), Seefeel (14), Hugo Distler (15),
  William S. Burroughs + Martin Olson (16), Kim Cascone + Scanner (17),
  Merzbow (17), Vladimir Maiakovski (18), Claude Debussy (19), David Shea +
  Tobias Hazan (20), Disjecta (21), Matik (22,23), Giancinto Scelsi (24),
  Trilok Gurtu (24), Luciano Berio (25), Brion Gysin (26,28), Jon Hassel (26),
  C.M. von Hausswolff (27), Gnaoua De Abenb Binizi (27), Guillaume Apollinaire
  (27), Nicholas James Bullen (28), Gilles Deleuze (28), Nus (29), Morton
  Feldman (29), David Toop (29), Mouse on Mars (30), Lee Ranaldo (31),
  Konstantin Raudive (31), Patti Smith (32).

  David Shea appears on two tracks:

    10/ April Remix                             (Oval vs Yoshihiro Hanno)
        SDII Audio Template                     (Oval vs Main)
        Satyricon                               (David Shea)
        Some Texts From A L'Infinitif           (Marcel Duchamp)
    20/ Mémoires D'Un Surfeur Au Bord Du Désert (David Shea, Tobias Hazan)

    2003 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR201 (CD)

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068 - DRAWING - OPUS 2: PAUL KLEE: Alessio Riccio

    1/ Luna Of The Barbarians
    2/ Strange Garden
    3/ Death And Fire
    4/ The Gray One And The Coast
    5/ Clown
    6/ Underwater Garden
    7/ Le Jardin Magique
    8/ Outbreak Of Fear
    9/ Destroyed Labyrinth
    10/ Warning Of The Ships
    11/ The Timid Brute

    Recorded in Firenze, Italy in October 2003

  Alessio Riccio: drums, tapes, loops, percussion, vocals, water drum, pod
  shaker, claves, gong sculpture, darabukkas; David Shea: samples, digital
  piano, keyboards; Ellery Eskelin: tenor; Mirko Guerrini: moezinho bass
  flute, Pakistani flute.

    2005 - Unorthodox (Italy), 5 (CD)

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069 - THE BOOK OF SCENES: David Shea

    1/ Air                                      (Shea)                   1:07
    2/ Vertical Shapes                          (Shea)                   2:39
    3/ OM Chapelle                              (Shea)                   2:57
    4/ Prepared                                 (Shea)                   3:15
    5/ Cadenza Piano                            (Shea)                   1:08
    6/ Cadenza Violin                           (Shea)                   1:49
    7/ Radio Weekend                            (Shea)                   1:49
    8/ Wood                                     (Shea)                   1:34
    9/ Metal                                    (Shea)                   2:02
    10/ Water/Fire                              (Shea)                   1:24
    11/ Time                                    (Shea)                   0:53
    12/ Crossings                               (Shea)                   0;44
    13/ Walkabout                               (Shea)                   0:50
    14/ Machines                                (Shea)                   0:51
    15/ IC                                      (Shea)                   0:49
    16/ Spaces                                  (Shea)                   3:06
    17/ Air Jungle                              (Shea)                   1:03
    18/ Exotique                                (Shea)                   1:12
    19/ Alternation                             (Shea)                   2:08
    20/ Memory Lane                             (Shea)                   1:17
    21/ Sunrise                                 (Shea)                   2:16
    22/ Drumming                                (Shea)                   2:02
    23/ Spaces                                  (Shea)                   1:29
    24/ Heartbeat                               (Shea)                   1:05
    25/ Bows                                    (Shea)                   1:42
    26/ Dangerous Ground                        (Shea)                   2:18
    27/ Chase                                   (Shea)                   2:17
    28/ Harmony                                 (Shea)                   2:02
    29/ Elegy                                   (Shea)                   2:20

    Recorded at Studio Odeon 120, Brussels (Belgium) on December 1, 2004
    Produced by Jean-Philippe Collard-Neven

  Vincent Royer: alto; Jean-Phillipe Collard-Neven: piano; David Shea: samp-
  ler, electronics.

    2005 - Sub Rosa (Belgium), SR224 (CD)

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070 - UNA NOTA SOLO: David Shea

    1/ Una Nota Solo/Due                                                 6:24
    2/ Layer I                                                           6:30
    3/ Layer II                                                          7:05
    4/ Layer III                                                         6:04
    5/ Sunset                                                            4:19
    6/ MG                                                                2:44
    7/ XY Suite 7-10                                                     5:04
    8/ XY 2                                                              5:12
    9/ Crossvibrations                                                   1:57
    10/ La Spezia                                                        3:44
    11/ String Rhizomes                                                  5:02
    12/ Timecapsules                                                     6:16
    13/ Memory Lane 1                                                    7:05
    14/ Vibraton                                                         3:44

    Recorded in 2004 and 2005

    2005 - Metta Editions (Australia), ME001 (CD)

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071 - THE ART OF MEMORY: David Shea

    2005 - Metta (Australia), ??? (CD)

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072 - FOUR ETUDES FOR DUO SAMPLER: David Shea, Daniele Ledda

    2005 - Digitalis Purpurea (Italy), 02 (CD)

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

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

  Marco Cappelli: guitar.

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

  Note: David Shea does not play on this record.

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*** - EXSTASIS: David Shea, Nuestra Signora Ensemble

    2002 - More Music Folkest (Italy), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet (planned in March 2002).

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*** - UNLIMITED 97 IN WELS/AUSTRIA: various artists

  This record features William Winant, David Shea, Mick Harris, Elliott Sharp,
  Zeena Parkins, Dagmar Krause, etc.

    1998 - ???, ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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