DISCOGRAPHY OF JOHN ZORN

This is the 19th version of the discography of John Zorn. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

Again, I would really appreciate any comments, corrections and extra information which could improve the quality of this discography. Specially, 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 JOHN ZORN  |
			|          June 2013          |
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			| by Patrice Roussel          |
			| 2034 NE 37th Ave.           |
			| Portland, OR 97212 (USA)    |           
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With special thanks to:

Patrick Schuster
Malcolm Humes
Jeff Spirer
Ed Price
Tom Gatzen
Bruce Gallanter
Don Campanella
Matt Wright  
SUGAR in their vitamins?
Jan Johannsen 
Eric
Douglas D. Wolk
Marc Dionne
Eamonn
William Tsun-Yuk Hsu
Phil Petrocelli
Michael Rizzi
howard yang
Barthel Steckemetz
John Madsen
Ely Troy D
Olivier Meirhaeghe
David J. Keffer
Stéphane Vuilleumier
Cullen Nawalkowsky
Paul Debraski
Anne Ramade
Michael Groden
Denny Swofford
Robert Angelo Pleshar
Jonathan Levine
Oskari Mertalo
Adam Robert MacGregor
Andrei Bakhmin
Terence E. Martin
Dale A. Smoak
Brian Lunger
Michael Merryman
Keith Whitman  
Philippe Renaud
Tomohisa Himeno
M. Masui
Wayne Horvitz
John Shiurba  
Gino Robair  
Clay Glad
Seth Katz 
John Chacona 
David Newgarden
Markus De Shon
Larry Spence  
John (J.G.) Thomas
Lee Garth
Bernt Olav Rostad
Doug Tygar      
Martin Vognsen 
Jonas Vognsen 
Stephanie Oxley 
Jacob Manuel Rodriguez
Alexander Bailey    
David Demery
Herb Levy  
Jonathan FELDMAN 
Chandrasekhar Ramakrishnan
YOSHIOKA Toshiya         
Joe Germuska
Ulrich Bomnueter 
Paul Audino	
Stefan Negele
Egg 1000
Mitchell Bratton 
Kazunori Sugiyama
Frank Tafuri	
Thomas Mueller 
Patryck Watson
Lang Thompson 
Jon Abbey
Rob Price	
Peter Valerio  
Geoff Gray    
Frederick ???
Chris Sipe
R. Lynn Rardin	
David Mandl
Barry Gilbert 
Robert Gray
Ian Perlman
Brian Morgan
Danilo Campanella
Bruce Carnevale 
Andrew Boyko
Brian Carlson	
James Douglas Knox
Phil Broph
Jan-Wen Lu       
Charles Gillett  
Brian Beuchaw   
Henryk Palczewski
Mark Corroto    
Chris Eccles
Jonathan Kaye 
Steve Knutson
Andy Chang    
Doug Holtby  
Scott Russell 
Friedrich Feger
Eckhart Derschmidt
Marcin Witkowski  
Frankco Lamerikx 
Michael Kubeck
Bjoern Eichstaedt
Matt Walsh
Henry Hills
Dwight Haden 
Chris Genzel
Toru Todate 
Jean-François Masse
Joshua Herrin   
Caleb T. Deupree
Mark Mauer     
Thierry A. Wasserman 
Yves Dewulf  
Jay Tracy   
Evan Jones
Michel Ramond 
Doug Martin  
Katsuhiro Hayasaka 
Artur Nowak   
A. Bueno     
Tom Pratt   
Brian Olewnick	
Paul Marconi   
Stefan Verstraeten 
Joseph Zitt
Dave Brunelle 
Steve Bunyan 
Jody McAllister 
Patrice Schneider 
Anne & Dan Dellosso 
Dale Steven Funtash  
Yupo Tozkay
Brent Burton
Nuno Martins 
Ben Wallace  
Johann Haidenbauer 
Siegfried Otto   
Nate Dorward    
Alexander Alexeyev 
Cem Zafir        
Glenn A. Grau   
Oren Ambarchi  
Daniel L Brown  
Paul Baranowski 
Rob Allaert    
Christoph Meyn 
Paolo Gianolio 
Myke Cuthbert
David Slusser	
Matt Wellins
Thomas Labusga 
Carl ?        
Peter Hulsen
Theo Klaase
Emmanouil Papagiannakis 
Leonides Kluev         
Sander Piek          
Jurgen Geissler     
Pascal Cortes	
Patrick Carey
Mikl Carsenti
Philippe Robert 
Derrick D. Little 
Alex Werner      
Marco Zonta
Marc Cantais 
Sean Wilkie  
Christopher Leupold 
Peter Gannushkin   
Thierry Raguin    
Craig Lieske    
Eyal Hareuveni 
Efren Del Valle  
Stefaan Quix    
Peter Tush
Alban Jacques  
Roberto Cau   
David Ferreira 
Michael Stack
for sending me extra material and/or giving prompt answers to my questions,

and John Zorn for pin-pointing for me, several years ago, unexpected records I would have never guessed he played on.

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

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

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

Some abbreviations:

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

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

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001 - LOWE & BEHOLD: The Frank Lowe Orchestra

    1/ Heart In Hand Or (How Vain I Am)         (Lowe)                  13:58
    2/ A Hipster's Dream                        (Lowe)                   4:24
    3/ Lowe-commotion                           (Lowe)                   7:58
    4/ Heavy Drama                              (Lowe)                  12:49
  
    Recorded in New York City in October 1977
    
  Frank Lowe: tenor; Joseph Bowie: trombone; Lawrence "Butch" Morris: cornet; 
  Arthur Williams: trumpet; Billy Bang: violin; Polly Bradfield: violin; 
  Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; John Linberg: bass; Philip Wilson: drums, percus-
  sion; John Zorn: alto; Peter Kuhn: clarinet and bass clarinet. 
  
    1978 - Musicworks, Musicworks 3002 (LP)
    2012 - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

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

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002 - SCHOOL: Eugene Chadbourne and John Zorn

    1/ Solitude                                 (Duke Ellington)         7:50

    Recorded at Harmony Foods, Tuscaloosa (Alabama) on January 18, 1978

  Eugene Chadbourne: 12-string.

    2/ Duet                                     (Chadbourne, Zorn)       2:45
    
    Recorded at WKCR, New York on March 20, 1978

  Eugene Chadbourne: dobro, 12-string, prepared guitar; John Zorn: alto, 
  soprano, Bb clarinet.

    3/ The Return Of Romance                    (Chadbourne)             6:20
    4/ The Shreeve                              (Chadbourne)             1:40

    Recorded in San Francisco on December 9, 1977

  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric 6-strings; Henry Kaiser: electric
  guitar; Bruce Ackley: soprano, Bb clarinet; John Zorn.

    5/ The Fling                                (Chadbourne)             2:39

    Recorded at Trans Studios, Tuscaloosa (Alabama) on January 21, 1978

  Eugene Chadbourne: 6-string; Davey Williams: banjo; LaDonna Smith: violin,
  viola.

    6/ Missing Persons                          (Chadbourne)             7:45

    Recorded at Dolphy Woodwind Repairs, San Francisco on December 23, 1977

  Eugene Chadbourne: 12-string, prepared guitar; Bruce Ackley: soprano.

    7/ Welcome West                             (Chadbourne)            15:05

    Recorded at WKCR, New York on March 20, 1978

  Eugene Chadbourne: dobro, 12-string and prepared guitar; Polly Bradfield:
  violin, viola and electric violin; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet.

    8/  Lacrosse-take 3                         (Zorn)                  23:05
    9/  Lacrosse-take 4                         (Zorn)                  19:02
    10/ Lacrosse-take 6                         (Zorn)                   6:10

    Recorded at WKCR, New York on June 10, 1978

  Mark Abbott: electronics; Polly Bradfield: violin, viola and electronic 
  violin; Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric 6-strings, 12-string, 
  dobro, tiple; LaDonna Smith: violin and viola; Davey Williams: banjo and
  hollow-body electric guitar; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet.
  
    1978 - Parachute Records (USA), P004/6 (2xLP)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)
    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-1 (2xCD)

  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) for unreleased takes from the
  Lacrosse session.
  See LACROSSE (2000) for unreleased takes from the Lacrosse session.


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003 - ENVIRONMENT FOR SEXTET: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ First Environment For Sextet             (Centazzo)              11:30
    2/ Solo Improvisations (part one)           (PB,AC,EC,TC,TK,JZ)      6:00
    3/ Second Environment For Sextet            (Centazzo)              17:15
    4/ Solo Improvisations (part two)           (PB,AC,EC,TC,TK,JZ)      8:03
    5/ Improviso III (duet)                     (Centazzo, Zorn)         5:45

    Recorded at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 7, 1978
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion; John Zorn: reeds; Eugene Chadbourne (1-4):
  guitars; Tom Cora (1-4): cello; Toshinori Kondo (1-4): trumpet; Polly
  Bradfield (1-4): violin.

    1979 - Ictus (Italy), Ictus 0017 (LP)
    1995 (1996?) - New Tone (Italy), rdc 5026 2 (CD)

  Note: (5) is only available on the CD reissue and is taken from USA CONCERTS
  (1979), on which it is called "Duet Improvisation #2".

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004 - USA CONCERTS: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Sextet Improvisation
    2/ Duet Improvisation #1
    3/ Duet Improvisation #2
    4/ Duet Improvisation #3
    5/ Trio Improvisation
    6/ Duet Improvisation #4
    7/ Duet Improvisation #5
    8/ Duet Improvisation #6

    (1-3) recorded live at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 7, 
    1978
    (4) recorded live in concert at Century City Playhouse, Los Angeles on
    December 3, 1978
    (5,8) recorded live in concert at Mc Clung Gallery, Jackson Mississipi on
    November 19, 1978
    (6) recorded at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 28, 1978
    (7) recorded live in concert at Ferg Forum, University of Alabama, 
    Tuscaloosa on November 17, 1978
 
  Toshinori Kondo (1,6): trumpet; Eugene Chadbourne (1,2): acoustic and elec-
  tric guitars;  John Zorn (1,3): reeds; Polly Bradfield (1): violin; Tom Cora
  (1): cello; Andrea Centazzo: percussion; Alex Cline (4): percussion; LaDonna
  Smith (5,8): violin, viola, voice; Davey Williams (5,7): electric guitar, 
  banjo.

    1979 - Ictus (Italy), Ictus 0018 (LP)
    1999 - Robi Droli (Italy), RDC 5044 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue lacks the third track of the LP pressing.

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*** - SOLO IMPROVISATIONS: John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet.

    ???? - Metalanguage (USA), ML 115 (LP)

  Note: this record was never released.

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005 - THE ENGLISH CHANNEL: Eugene Chadbourne and 2000 Statues

    1/ The English Channel Side One 		(Chadbourne) 		20:55
    2/ The English Channel Side Two 		(Chadbourne) 		20:05

    Recorded at Dick Charles Recording, New York in June 1979

  Eugene Chadbourne: dobro, electric guitars, acoustic guitars, vocals; Fred
  Frith: electric guitar; Davey Williams: banjo, mandolin, electric guitar; 
  Tom Cora: cello; Polly Bradfield: violin; Jim Katzin: violin; LaDonna Smith:
  violin, viola, Hammond organ; Wayne Horvitz: bass, harmonica, piano; Steve
  Beresford: toy guitar, toy drums, toy piano, piano, toys, other stuff, 
  euphonium; Evan Gallagher: piano, tympani, marimba, vibes, percussion; 
  Andrea Centazzo: gongs, drums, percussion; Mark Kramer: trombone, cheap 
  organ; Charles Verstraeten: trombone, bass trombone, euphonium; Toshinori 
  Kondo: trumpet, alto-horn; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; John Zorn: alto, soprano,
  Bb clarinet; Bob Ostertag: synthesizer, electronics.

    1979 (?) - Parachute Records, P007 (LP)
    1981 (?) - Parachutist (USA), PA-7th (CT)
    2001 - House of Chadula (USA), 1978A (CD)

  Note: the CT and CD reissues are significantly different from the vinyl; see
  THE ENGLISH CHANNEL (2001) for further references.

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006 - POOL: John Zorn

    1/ Pool                                     (Zorn)                  51:12
    
    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studio, New York City on March 1, 1980
    
  Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion, contact microphones,
  vibraphone; Charles K. Noyes: percussion, saw, khene; Bob Ostertag: elec-
  tronics (Serge); John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinets, game calls; Lesli
  Dalaba: prompter.

    2/ Hockey (first version)                   (Zorn)                  11:16
    
    Recorded at Dick Charles Studio (by Les Paul, Jr.) on March 4, 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitar, personal effects; Wayne Horvitz: ampli-
  fied piano; Bob Ostertag: electronics (Serge).

    3/ Hockey (second version, take 2)          (Zorn)                   3:42
    4/ Hockey (second version, take 5)          (Zorn)                   2:43
    5/ Hockey (second version, take 8)          (Zorn)                   0:50
    6/ Hockey (second version, take 10)         (Zorn)                   0:59

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound Studio, New York City on March 1, 1980

  Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion; John Zorn: goose, duck 
  and crow calls, clarinet mouthpiece.

    1980 - Parachute Records (USA), P011/12 (2xLP)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)
    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-3 (CD)

  Note: the 1xCD reissue only contains (1).

  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) for unreleased takes from the
  Hockey session.

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007 - THERE'LL BE NO TEARS TONIGHT: Eugene Chadbourne 

    1/ Honey Don't                              (Carl Perkins)           2:44
    2/ Dang Me                                  (Roger Miller)           3:31
    3/ The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me          (Roger Miller)           5:42
    12/ Swingin' Doors                          (Merle Haggard)          7:12

    Recorded at Dick Charles Studios, New York City in March 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, dobro, vocals; John Zorn: alto, soprano, bari-
  tone saxophone, clarinet, bird calls; Tom Cora (1,3,12): cello; David Licht
  (1,3,12): percussion, drums.

    1980 - Parachute Records (USA), P013 (LP)
    1987 - Fundamental (USA), 6 (LP)
    1994 (?) - Fundamental Records (?), SAVE 6 CD (CD)
    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980A (CD)
    2006 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980A (CD)

  Note: the House of Chadula CD reissue is called THERE'LL BE NO TEARS TONIGHT
  2000; its content is slightly different, but it is similar as far as John
  Zorn is concerned.

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008 - SIMPLE FACTS: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Simple Facts                             (Horvitz)
    2/ Heaven                                   (Ellington)
    3/ Art Thieves                              (Horvitz)
    4/ What Can I Say                           (Horvitz)
    5/ Adagio                                   (Holcomb)
    6/ Globus Hystericus                        (Horvitz)
    7/ April 13                                 (Holcomb)
    8/ Suite
      8a/ Laura                                 (Raskin, Mercer)
      8b/ Overs                                 (Holcomb)
    9/ No Place Fast                            (Horvitz, Nettelbeck)

    Recorded in New York City in May 1980

  Dennis Charles (1,4,5,6): drums; Roy Campbell (1,4,5,6): trumpet; Wayne
  Horvitz: piano, electronics, harmonica, vocals; William Parker (1,4,5,6):
  bass; David Sewelson (1,3,4,5,6,9): alto, baritone, vocals; Joe Gallant (3,
  9): electric bass; Geordie Gillespie (3,9): drums; John Zorn (3,9): alto,
  game calls; Dana Vlcek (3,4): tenor.

    1981 - Theatre For Your Mother (USA), TFYM 004 (LP)

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009 - THE WORLD AND THE RAW PEOPLE: Charles K. Noyes

    1/ Charge The Enemy To The Last Breath
    2/ War Of Attrition
    3/ Augury
    4/ Sweat Bees
    5/ North Chatham, New Hampshire
    6/ 'The Mad Arab' Abdul Alhazred
    7/ The Tsuchigumi Five - Wheel Technique vs. The Seagull School
    8/ Strait Of Hormuz
    9/ Intensification Of The Contradictions
    10/ Probable Flow Of Events

    (1,4,6) recorded at Abagawaya Studios, Oakland on August 7, 1982
    (2,3) recorded at OAO Studios, Brooklyn on December 13, 1981
    (5,7,9) recorded at 1750 Arch St. Studios, Berkeley on September 23, 1981
    (8,10) recorded live at 554 Natoma, San Francisco on September 19, 1981
    Produced by Charles K. Noyes with Henry Kaiser and Elliott Sharp

  Charles K. Noyes: drums, percussion, saw; Lesli Dalaba (1,4): trumpet; John
  Zorn (3): saxes; Henry Kaiser (7,8,10): guitar.

    1982 - Zoar Records (USA), Zoar 12 (LP)

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010 - ARCHERY: John Zorn

    1/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  20:48
    2/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  20:21
    3/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  24:00
    4/ no title                                 (Zorn)                  23:42

    Recorded at the OAO Studio in Brooklyn, New York on September 12 and 13, 
    1981
    
  Robert Dick: flutes, game calls; George Lewis: trombone; John Zorn: alto, 
  soprano, clarinets, game calls; Anthony G. Coleman: organ, electric piano; 
  Wayne B. Horvitz: Farfisa organ, harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: 
  cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars; Bill Horvitz: 
  guitar; Bill Laswell: bass; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David 
  Moss: drums, voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    1982 - Parachute Records (USA), P017/18 (2xLP)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)
    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (3xCD)
    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-4 (3xCD)

  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) or ARCHERY (2001) for unreleased
  takes from the Archery session.

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011 - FLAGSTONE REGGAE: Chevon & Flagstone

    1/ Flagstone Sound                          (Chevon)                 5:25
    2/ Africa Rise Again                        (Chevon)                 3:50
    3/ Jamaican Way                             (Chevon)                 3:40
    4/ Sunlight On The Wall (May 16, 1979)      (Chevon)                 5:30
    5/ Searching For You                        (Chevon)                 4:20
    6/ War On The Border 1-2-3 (1914-2000)      (Chevon)                 3:25
    7/ Conquistador In Search Of God            (Chevon)                 4:05
    8/ Changing Times                           (Chevon)                 3:43
    9/ Upside Down                              (Chevon)                 3:00
    10/ Love Who You Please                     (Chevon)                 3:45
    11/ Chevon's Rose Garden                    (Chevon)                 3:00

    Recorded at The Songshop Studios, New York City

  Chevon: lead singer, trombone, harmonica, other intruments; Flagstone: sin-
  ger, other instruments; John Zorn: alto; Curtis Bailey: tenor.

    1983 - Touchstone Records, CH1983A (LP)

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012 - THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS

    1/ Clean Plate                              (Fier, Lindsay)          6:31
    2/ Hot Seat                                 (Fier, Miller, Noyes)    5:19
    3/ Under The Cap                            (Fier, Lindsay)          5:35
    4/ Monday Night                             (Fier, Lindsay)          6:38
    5/ Cookout                                  (Fier)                   4:47
    6/ I.D.                                     (Fier, Lindsay)          6:48
    7/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)   7:44

    Recorded at Radio City Music Hall Studio and OAO Studio, New York in 1983
    Produced by Anton Fier and Bill Laswell

  Anton Fier: drums, percussion, DMX; Arto Lindsay (all but (5)): guitar, vo-
  cals; Fred Frith (1,6,7): guitar, violin; Bill Laswell: prepared fretless 
  bass, 4, 6 and 8 string basses, shortwave, Steinberger bass, slide bass, 
  piano strings, turntables; Jamaaladeen Tacuma (1,7): Steinberger bass; David 
  Moss (1,3,7): non rhythmic percussion, Bertoia Sound Sculptures; John Zorn 
  (all but (5)): alto, clarinets, game calls; M.E. Miller (2,4): vocals, turn-
  tables; Michael Beinhorn (2,5): DMX, bass drum, piano; Nicky Skopelitis (4,
  6): guitar; Thi-Linh Le (4): vocals; Roger Trilling (5): records.

    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (USA), CELL 5002 (LP)
    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (USA), CELC 5002 (CT)
    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (France), CEL 6662 (LP)
    1983 - OAO Record (UK), OAO 001 (LP)
    1983 - CBS Sony (Japan), 25AP 2755 (LP)
    1987 (?) - Celluloid/OAO, CELCD 5002 (CD)
    1987 (?) - Celluloid/OAO, CELC 5002 (CT)
    1996 - Charly (Germany), CPCD 8198 (CD)
    1997 (?) - Celluloid (USA), CPCD 8198 (CD)
    1997 - Movie Play Gold (Portugal), MPG 74 049 (CD)
    2011 - Movie Gold (EEC), ??? (CD-R)

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

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013 - LOCUS SOLUS: John Zorn

    1/ Bass And The Treble                                               2:51
    2/ The Acquisition & Control Of Fire                                 1:30
    3/ Honey-Cab                                                         2:30
    4/ Switch                                                            2:06
    5/ Juan Talks It Out Of His System                                   2:07
    6/ The Wish                                                          2:00
    7/ A Case Arose                                                      1:53
    8/ The Elf                                                           1:37

    Recorded at Transistor 8 Studio, New York City in February 1983 by Michael
    Lytle

  Peter Blegvad: vocals; Christian Marclay: phonograph and recycled records;
  John Zorn: alto, soprano, clarinets, game calls.

    9/ Getting Curly                                                     1:45
    10/ Don't Switch                                                     1:44
    11/ Smooth Cheeks Of A Big Ego                                       1:45
    12/ Add Water                                                        2:05
    13/ Cold                                                             1:26
    14/ Friar T                                                          0:53
    15/ Too Me                                                           2:06
    16/ You Rang?                                                        1:06
    17/ Self-Satisfied                                                   1:11
    18/ Agora                                                            0:48
    19/ Dot Dot, Dot                                                     1:06
    20/ Moi Non Plus                                                     1:32
    21/ Liver                                                            1:35
    22/ "The Footman's Eyes Get Crossed"                                 0:59

    (9-15) recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in April 1983 by Martin Bisi
    (16-22) recorded live at PLUGG in April 1983 by Stevie McAllister

  Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocals; Anton Fier: drums; John Zorn: alto, soprano,
  clarinets, game calls.

    23/ Heike Cipher Mystery                                             1:40
    24/ Jedi Mind Trick                                                  1:02
    25/ Mysterious Island                                                2:03
    James Bond Trilogy
      26/ You Only Live Twice, Mr. Bond                                  1:53
      27/ When Arrows Meet                                               1:35
      28/ Never Say Never Again                                          1:38
    29/ Sign Of The Four                                                 2:04
    30/ Locus Solus (parts 1 & 2)                                        2:06

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in May 1983 by Martin Bisi

  Wayne Horvitz: organ, electronics; Ikue Mori: drums; John Zorn: alto, sopra-
  no, clarinets, game calls.

    31/ Where Are My Victims ?                                           1:59
    32/ Disco Volante                                                    2:00
    33/ Kaiser In Borneo                                                 1:41
    34/ The Saint                                                        1:33
    35/ The Violent Death Of Dutch Schultz                               1:16
    36/ Thunderball                                                      1:38
    37/ White Zombie                                                     1:23
    38/ The Slaves Of Vesuvius                                           1:51

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn in September 1983 by Martin Bisi
  
  Whiz Kid: turntable; M.E. Miller: drums, vocals, Linn drums, congas; John
  Zorn: alto, soprano, clarinets, game calls, whistling.

    1983 - Rift (USA), Rift 007 (2xLP)
    1991 - Eva/Wave (Japan), WWCX 2035 (CD)
    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7303 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Japan), evva 33003 (CD)

  Note: (16,18,20,22) are extra tracks not available on the LP pressing.  
  Note: the fourth trio was initially planned to be with Vic Albertine and
  Steve Beresford (instead of Whiz Kid and M.E. Miller).

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014 - YANKEES: Derek Bailey, George Lewis and John Zorn

    1/ City City City                                                    8:22
    2/ The Legend Of Enos Slaughter                                      9:17
    3/ Who's On First                                                    2:56
    4/ On Golden Pond                                                   18:00
    5/ The Warning Track                                                 5:28
  
    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn
  
  Derek Bailey: guitars; George Lewis: trombone; John Zorn: alto, soprano, 
  clarinets, game calls.

    1983 - Celluloid/OAO (USA), CELL 5006 (LP)
    1983 - Celluloid/OAO, CEL 6706 (LP)
    1992 - Celluloid/OAO, CELD 5006 (CD)
    1992 - Celluloid/OAO, CELC 5006 (CT)
    1993 - J!MCO Records (Japan), JICK-89289 (CD) 
    1998 - Charly (Germany), CDGR 221 (CD)
    
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015 - ATTITUDE: Lenny White

  John Zorn plays on one track (though his name is not mentionned):
   
    5/ My Turn To Love You                      (Laswell, Beinhorn)      5:50

  Bernard Fowler: lead vocals; Michael Beinhorn: synthesizers; Bill Laswell: 
  bass guitar; Lenny White: drums; (John Zorn: game calls).

    1983 - Elektra, 9 60232-1 (LP)
    2002 (?) - East West (Japan), AMCY-2786 (CD)
    2005 - Wounded Bird Records (USA), WOU 232 (CD)

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016 - DESIRE DEVELOPS AN EDGE: Kip Hanrahan

    1/ Desire Develops An Edge                  (Hanrahan)               6:15
    2/ What Is This Dance, Anyway?              (JN-Baptiste, KH, Haines,
                                                Augustin)                3:41
    3/ Meaning A Visa                           (Haines, Hanrahan, Bruce)3:40
    4/ Nocturnal Heart                          (Edu Lobo, Cacaso)       4:54
    5/ Her Boyfriend Assesses His Value And Pleads His Case              4:33
    6/ Jack And The Golden Palominos            (Hanrahan)               3:49
    7/ Two (Still In Half-Light)                (Hanrahan)               5:36
    8/ Early Fall                               (Hanrahan)               2:09
    9/ Velasquez                                (Hanrahan)               5:04
    10/ (Don't Complicate) The Life (La Vie)    (T'PRF,KH,PH,THS,JCD)    6:44
    11/ The Edge You Always Loved In Me         (Hanrahan)               2:22
    12/ Sara Wade                                                        2:54
    13/ Far From Freetown                       (KH,SS,EP)               1:31
    14/ All Us Working Class Boys               (Hanrahan, Swallow)      3:58
    15/ Child Song                              (Bruce, Pete Brown)      2:35
    16/ Trust Me Yet?                           (Hanrahan, Swallow)      4:53
    17/ Nancy (The Silence Focuses On You ...)  (SS, KH, Lindsay)        4:28
    
    Recorded in New York City in July, August and September 1982 and June 1983
    Produced by Kip Hanrahan

  Puntilla Orlando Rios (1-3,5,7-16): quinto, congas, percussion, checkere,
  vocals; Milton Cardona (1,2,5,10,14,15): congas, checkere; Tico Harry
  Sylvain (1,10,14): trap drums; Jerry Gonzalez (1,2,4,7,8,10,11-14,16): con-
  gas, trumpet, percussion, clave; Jack Bruce (2-11,14-17): vocals, electric
  bass; Frisner Augustin (2,5,15): tambou, congas; Elysee Pyronneau (2,3,5,
  8-11,13,15): electric guitar, vocals; Jean Claude Jean (2,15): electric
  guitar; Ricky Ford (2,4,7,8,11,14,16): tenor; Molly Farley (2,10,13):
  vocals; Teo Macero (2): alto; Gene Golden (2,5): congas; Mario Rivera (2):
  baritone saxophone; John Stubblefield (2,6,7,14): tenor; Hannibal Peterson
  (2): trumpet; Ignacio Berroa (3-5,7,9,13,16): trap drums; Olufemi Claudette
  Mitchell (3,5,10,12,15): percussion, checkere, vocals; Steve Swallow (3,7,9,
  10,13,14,16,17): electric bass, piano; Jody Harris (3,6,9): electric guitar;
  Arto Lindsay (3-11,13-16): electric guitar, vocals; Alberto Bengolea (3-5,8,
  11,15): electric guitar; Sergio Brandao (4,8,11): electric bass; Anton Fier
  (4,6,8,9,11,13): trap drums; Daniel Frieberg (4): strings conductor; John
  Scofield (5,17): electric guitar; Kip Hanrahan (5,7,10,16): percussion,
  vocals; David Moss (6): percussion; Jamaaladeen Tacuma (6,7,10): electric
  bass; John Zorn (6): alto; Ti'Plume Ricardo Franck (10): vocals, electric
  guitar; Ned Rothenberg (14): tenor.

    1983 - American Clavé (USA), AMCL 1009LP/1008EP (2xLP)
    1986 - American Clavé/VeraBra, AMCL CD 1008/9 (CD)
    1994 - American Clavé (USA), AMCL 1009/1008 (CD)
    2010 - Yellowbird/Enja (Germany), Yeb-7731 (CD)

  Note: (6) is not available on the 1994 and 2010 CD reissues (meaning no John
  Zorn on them).

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017 - THE CLASSIC GUIDE TO STRATEGY, VOLUME ONE: John Zorn

    1/ Senki (War Spirit)                       (Zorn)                  19:40
    2/ The Moon In The Cold Stream Like A Mirror 
						(Zorn)                  19:43

    Recorded at the OAO Studio in Brooklyn, New York on February 27, 1983

  John Zorn: alto, soprano, clarinets, game calls.

    1983 - Lumina Records (USA), L004 (LP)
    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7305 (CD)

  Note: according to an interview, John Zorn had plans to release a total of
  five volumes of THE CLASSIC GUIDE TO STRATEGY.
  Note: the CD reissue contains also most of THE CLASSIC GUIDE TO STRATEGY,
  VOLUME TWO.

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018 - FULL HOUSE: David Moss

    1/ Full House                               (Moss, Lindsay)          1:55
    2/ Impound This Touch                       (Moss, Frith)            3:04
    3/ Tunes                                    (Moss, Laswell)          2:37
    4/ State Of The Whirled                     (Moss, van Tieghem)      3:57
    5/ Heads Up                                 (Moss, Lindsay)          1:54
    6/ The Man With The Rain-Colored Legs       (Moss, Tacuma)           3:05
    7/ Hand Tech                                (Moss, Zorn)             2:41
    8/ Possible Fruit                           (Moss, Lindsay)          1:48
    9/ Fashion Like Edges                       (Moss, Marclay)          1:34
    10/ Liquids Of Choice                       (Moss, Minton)           1:06
    11/ Drum Men                                (Moss, Maher)            3:48
    12/ When I Was 18                           (Moss, Marclay)          2:09
    13/ Drastic Fishers                         (Moss, Frith)            3:21
    14/ Trade-Ways                              (Moss, Guralnick)        4:00
    15/ Shout & Twist                           (Moss, Lindsay)          0:42
    16/ 3-Way Switch                            (Moss, Laswell)          3:00
    17/ All The News                            (Moss, Minton)           3:00
    18/ Husk When Time                          (Moss, Zorn)             1:49
    19/ Amendment 5                             (Moss, Marclay)          1:12

    Recorded at Martin Bisi Studio, Brooklyn in October 1983 and January 1984
    Produced by David Moss

  David Moss: drums, percussion, voice, Bertoia Sound Sculptures, water, wood,
  metal, plastic, pods, and small electronics; Fred Frith (2,13): guitar; Tom
  Guralnick (14): bass, tenor and soprano saxophones; Bill Laswell (3,16):
  6-string bass; Arto Lindsay (1,5,8,15): vocals, guitar; Fred Maher (11):
  drums; Christian Marclay (9,12,19): manipulated records on 4 turntables;
  Phil Minton (10,17): voice; Jamaaladeen Tacuma (6): Steinberger bass; David
  van Tieghem (4): percussion; John Zorn (7,18): reeds, game calls, saxopho-
  nes.

    1984 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Musics 2010 (LP)
    1992 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers 2088 (CD)

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019 - THAT'S THE WAY I FEEL NOW: A Tribute To Thelonious Monk

  This record features covers of Monk's songs by Bruce Fowler, Steve Khan, Dr. 
  John, Carla Bley, Barry Harris, Was (Not Was), Mark Bingham, Steve Lacy, 
  Sharon Freeman, Todd Rundgren, Randy Weston, John Zorn, Terry Adams, 
  Shockabilly, Joe Jackson, Bobby McFerrin, Chris Spedding, Steve Slagle, Gil 
  Evans, etc.

    14/ Shuffle Boil                            (Monk)                   2:58
  
    Recorded in 1984
  
  John Zorn: game calls, alto, clarinets; Arto Lindsay: guitar, vocal; Wayne 
  Horvitz: piano, organ, celeste, electronics; M.E. Miller: drums, timpani. 

    1984 - A&M Records (USA), SP-6600 (2xLP)
    1984 - A&M Records (UK), AMLM 66600 (2xLP)
    ???? - A&M Records/Verve (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: there is a CD version, but without "Shuffle Boil" on it (...).
  Note: the 2xCD reissue has never been released (was announced for 2001).

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020 - OTB: Jim Staley

    1/ Count To Ten And Start Again             (Staley)                 3:22
    2/ Memphis Mumbles                          (Staley)                 4:50
    3/ Unabashed                                (Staley)                 4:36
    4/ Awkward Aesthetic Blues                  (Staley)                 4:43
    5/ 'Embraceable You'                        (Staley)                 3:27
    6/ Craps (series of eight improvisations)   (Staley, Zorn)          21:26

    Recorded by David Weinstein
    Produced by Jim Staley and Roma Baran

  Jim Staley: trombone; John Zorn (6): alto, clarinets, game calls.

    1984 - Lumina Records (USA), L008 (LP)

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021 - HALLOWED GROUND: Violent Femmes
  
    1/ Country Death Song                       (Gano)                   5:00
    2/ I Hear The Rain                          (Gano)                   1:32
    3/ Never Tell                               (Gano)                   7:08
    4/ Jesus Walking On The Water               (Gano)                   3:05
    5/ I Know It's True But I'm Sorry To Say    (Gano)                   5:08
    6/ Hallowed Ground                          (Gano)                   4:17
    7/ Sweet Misery Blues                       (Gano)                   2:50
    8/ Black Girls                              (Gano)                   5:42
    9/ It's Gonna Rain                          (Gano)                   4:10

    Recorded at Secret Sound Studio, New York City in January 1984
    Produced by Mark Van Hecke

  Gordon Gano: lead vocals, electric and acoustic guitar, fiddle; Brian
  Ritchie: mariachi bass, electric bass, slide bass, celeste, marimba, Jews
  harp, vocals; Victor de Lorenzo: tranceaphone, trap and electric drum sets,
  stompatron, percussion, vocals; Mark Van Hecke: piano, organ; Tony Trischka:
  banjo; Christina Houghton: autoharp; Cynthia Gano Lewis (4): vocals; The
  Horns of Dilemma: Peter Balestrieri (tenor, harmonica), Drake Scott (cornet-
  to, sackbut), John Zorn (alto, game calls), John Tanner (clarinet).

    1984 - Polydor/London Records, 820 093-1 (LP)
    1984 (?) - Slash, SLAP 1 (LP)
    ???? - Slash, 9 25094-2 (CD)
    ???? - Slash/London, 422-828 273-2 (CD)
    ???? - Slash/Metronome (Germany), 820 093-2 (CD)

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022 - THE GREAT DUO LIVE (THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS): Eugene Chadbourne, 
  John Zorn

  This is a tape released by Eugene Chadbourne.

    1/ The Viaduct                              (Chadbourne)
    2/ Keoz                                     (Zorn)
    3/ Bop Kylix (Dexterity)                    (Zorn, Chadbourne)
    4/ Monk's Mood                              (Monk)
    5/ You Go To My Head
    6/ Forty One                                (Zorn)
    7/ Orpheus                                  (Zorn)
    8/ All Live Kovs

    Recorded in 1977 (?)

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitars; John Zorn: alto, soprano, clarinet; Toshinori
  Kondo (8): trumpet; Steve Beresford (8): ???.

    1984 - Parachute (USA), ??? (CT)

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*** - DINOSAUR ON THE WAY: Eugene Chadbourne

  John Zorn plays on one track only:

    12/ Octopus Garden

    Recorded in 1979

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; John Zorn: alto; Tom Cora: cello; Kramer: organ
  cheapinski; David Licht: drums.

    1984 - Parachute (USA), ??? (CT)
    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1985E (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue has many extra tracks, but none with John Zorn.

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*** - ZORN BOX: John Zorn

  This box was available for a short period of time through NMDS (New Music 
  Distribution Service, New York City). Although it does not contain any 
  unreleased material, the box was designed specially by John Zorn himself 
  and contained sixteen documents (flyers, notes, etc). It is not clear if 
  there is more than one copy of this box.

    1984 - no label (USA), #1 (9xLP)

  Note: this 9xLP set contains SCHOOL (1978), POOL (1980), ARCHERY (1982),
  THE CLASSIC GUIDE TO STRATEGY, VOLUME ONE (1983), and LOCUS SOLUS (1983).
  Note: only one copy of this box is known to exist.

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023 - HARD CELL: various artists from Celluloid

  This record features Time Zone (1), Massacre (2), Lightnin' Rod and Jimi
  Hendrix (3), Deadline (4), Golden Palominos (5,7,8), Bill Laswell/Material
  (6).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Golden Palominos:

    7/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)   7:47

    1985 - Celluloid, Cell 6121 (LP)
    1985 - Celluloid, CELC 6121 (CT)
    ???? - Celluloid, 6121CD (CD)
    1992 - Mau Mau Records (UK), MAUCD 622 (CD)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references.

  Note: this record is also included in TRILOGY (1985), a three record set.

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024 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: various artists

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

  John Zorn plays on two tracks, one with John Zorn "Cobra":

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

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

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

  and one in duo with Tenko:

    2/ Improvisation                            (Zorn, Tenko)            0:45

    Recorded live at Moers Festival, Germany in May 1985

  John Zorn: alto; Tenko: vocals.

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

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025 - DENSE BAND: David Moss

    1/ Stride                                   (Moss, Frith)            3:25
    2/ Shuffle                                  (Moss, Frith)            3:03
    3/ Slow Climb                               (Moss, Frith)            3:17
    4/ New Feet                                 (Moss, Frith)            3:54
    5/ Fallaway                                 (Moss, Frith)            2:15
    6/ Surface Tension                          (Moss, Frith, Cora)      3:15
    7/ Sixth Sense                              (Moss, Frith)            3:05
    8/ Say So                                   (Moss, Frith)            2:20
    9/ Three Metal Moves                        (Moss, Frith)            3:35
    10/ Next Witness                            (Moss, Frith)            1:26
    11/ Dance Bend                              (Moss, Frith)            2:35
    12/ Unsafe At Any Speed                     (Moss, Frith)            3:15
    13/ In The Dark Times, Will There Be Singing(Moss, Frith)            3:16

    Recorded at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn in February and March 1985
    Produced by Fred Frith

  David Moss: drums, percussion, metal, steel drum, vocals, high harmony
  voices, invisible drums; Fred Frith (3,4,6,8,9,11,12): bass, guitar, voice;
  Tom Cora (2,3,6): cello; Wayne Horvitz (1,3,5,7): DX7; Arto Lindsay (2,4,5,
  8,9,11): vocals, guitar; Christian Marclay (2,3,9,10): turntables, manipula-
  ted records; Jules Moss (1,2,12): drums; Tenko (3,7): vocals; John Zorn 
  (2,4,5,7,9,11): alto, game calls.

    1985 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Music 02040 (LP)
    1992 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Music 02076 CD (CD)

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026 - TRILOGY: various artists from Celluloid

  This three record set includes the compilations NEW AFRICA 2, HARD CELL and
  BEAT FREAKS.

  This set features music by Toure Kunda, Mandingo, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Manu
  Dibango, Deadline, Time Zone, Massacre, Lightnin' Rod/Jimi Hendrix, Golden
  Palominos, Bill Laswell/Material, D.S.T., The Last Poets, Shango, Jalaluddin
  M. Nuriddin, Tribe 2.

  John Zorn plays on one track of the second disc (called HARD CELL) with the 
  Golden Palominos:

    14/ Two Sided Fist                          (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)  

    1985 - Celluloid, CELL 80808 (3xLP)
    1986 - Celluloid, ??? (3xCD)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references.

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027 - OMAHA: Golden Palominos

    1/ Omaha                                    (Skip Spence)            3:08
    2/ I.D. (Like A Version)                    (Fier, Lindsay)          4:07

    (1) recorded at Evergreen Studio
    (2) recorded at Radio City Music Hall Studio

  Anton Fier: drums, percussion; Bill Laswell: bass; Henry Kaiser (1): guitar;
  Chris Stamey (1): guitar, backing vocals, piano; Michael Stipe (1): vocals;
  Arto Lindsay (2): guitar, vocals; Fred Frith (2): guitar; Nicky Skopelitis
  (2): guitar; John Zorn (2): alto, clarinet, game calls; Derek Stovesand (2):
  intro/outro.

    1985 - Celluloid (USA), SCEL 56 (7")

  Note: John Zorn does not play on the 12" version (Celluloid CEL 183) which
  has a different B-side.

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028 - ONE MINUTE OF LOVE: Rochester/Veasley Band

    7/ Give it to Me                            (Rochester)              2:08

    Recorded at Gramavision studios in February and March 1985
    
  Gerald Veasley: bass, vocals; Cornell Rochester: drums; Willie Williams: 
  tenor, soprano; Uri Caine: keyboards; Gene Terramani: guitar; John Zorn: 
  alto.

    1985 - Gramavision (USA), 18-8505-1 (LP)

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

  This record features covers of Weill's songs by Steve Weisberg, Sting,
  Dominic Muldowney, Fowler Brothers, Stanard Ridgway, Marianne Faithfull, 
  Chris Spedding, Van Dyke Parks, Ralph Schuckett, Richard Butler, Bob
  Dorough, Ellen Shipley, John Petersen, Armadillo String Quartet, John Zorn,
  Lou Reed, Carla Bley, Phil Woods, Tom Waits, Dagmar Krause, Mark Bingham,
  Johnny Adams, Aaron Neville, Todd Rundgren, Gary Windo, Charlie Haden, 
  Sharon Freeman.
  
    8/ Der Kleine Leutnant Des Lieben Gottes    (Weill, Brecht)          5:22

    Recorded at Sigma Sound Studios, New York

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

    1985 - A&M Records, SP 9-5104 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records, 395104-2 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (USA), CD 5104 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (France), 395-104-1 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-1 (LP)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-2 (CD)
    1985 - A&M Records (Germany), 395 104-4 (CT)
    1985 - A&M Records (Japan), AMP-28138 (LP)
    1985 - Alfa Records (Japan), 32XB-50 (CD)
    1990 - Amiga (East-Germany), 8 50 505 (LP)
    1994 - Yamaha Hifi/A&M Records (Germany), 009 1994 (promo CD)

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

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030 - NEW JERSEY: Joe Piscopo

    2/ Honeymooners Rap                         (Schuckett, Willner)     3:58
    7/ Fat Boy                                  (T. Adams)               2:08

    Recorded at Power Station, New York
    Produced by Hal Willner

  Joe Piscopo: voice; Eddie Murphy (2): voice; Ralph Schuckett: keyboards;
  Lloyd Landesman: keyboards; Ira Siegel: guitar; John Siegler: bass; Anton
  Fig: drums; Jimmy Bralower (2): drum machine programming; D.S.T. (2): turn-
  tables, digital sampler; John Zorn: game calls; The Uptown Horns (2); Terry 
  Adams (7): background vocals; Hal Willner (7): background vocals.

    1985 - Columbia (USA), BFC 40046 (LP)
    1985 - Columbia (USA), BCT 40046 (CT)
    ???? - Columbia (USA), CK 40046 (CD)

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031 - HONEYMOONERS RAP: Joe Piscopo

    1/ Honeymooners Rap (Captain Video Version) (Schuckett, Willner)     5:47
    2/ Honeymooners Rap (Album Version)         (Schuckett, Willner)     3:59
    3/ Honeymooners Rap (King Of The Castle Version)
						(Schuckett, Willner)     2:41

    Recorded at Power Station, New York

  Joe Piscopo: voice; Eddie Murphy: voice; Ralph Schuckett: keyboards; Lloyd 
  Landesman: keyboards; Ira Siegel: guitar; John Siegler: bass; Anton Fig: 
  drums; Jimmy Bralower: drum machine programming; D.S.T.: turntables, digital 
  sampler; John Zorn: game calls; The Uptown Horns.

    1985 - Columbia (USA), 12 44-05224 4294 (12")
    1985 - Columbia (USA), 44-05224 (12")
    
  Note: the pressing 12 44-05224 4294 is a promotion copy.

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032 - GANRYU ISLAND: Michihiro Sato and John Zorn

    1/ Ryu Kyu Heishi (Warrior from Ryu Kyu)                             6:09
    2/ Haguregumo (The Wanderer)                                        14:10
    3/ Two Ronin                                                         3:49
    4/ Kagemusha                                                        10:39
    5/ Odori Dayu (Evening Dance of a Courtesan)                         5:16
    6/ Ganryu Island                                                    11:09
    7/ Yoshiwara Kaidan (Ghosts of the Geisha District)                  3:30
    8/ Natsu Matsuri
    9/ Giri
    10/ Yonaka No Hatashiai
    11/ Uma No Koku
    12/ Tsugaru Bushido

    Recorded in New York City on November 23, 1984

  Michihiro Sato: shamisen; John Zorn: reeds.

    1985 - Yukon Records (USA), Yukon Records 2101 (LP)
    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7319 (CD)

  Note: (8-12) are only available on the CD reissue.

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*** - CHUSINGURA: Michihiro Satoh, John Zorn

    1-7/ Part 1-7

    Recorded at Roulette, New York City in October 1985

  Michihiro Satoh: tsugaru-shamisen; John Zorn: alto, clarinet, game calls.

    ???? - The 47 Ronin, ?? (CT)

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033 - MUSICWORKS #32: THIRD ATLAS OF SCORES: various artists

  This magazine and cassette features Jerry Berg, Tim Brady, Christopher
  Butterfield, John Zorn, Sharon Cook, Bruce Davis, Alcides Lanza, Gordon 
  Monahan, Rick Sacks, Rodney Sharman, Linda C. Smith, Andrew Timar, Steve 
  Webster, John Wiggins.

    4/ A Complete Improvisation                 (Zorn)                   0:52

    Recorded late 1984

    1985 (Summer) - Musicworks 32 (magazine+CT)

  Note: this improvisation is one in a series of miniatures performed in late
  1984.

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034 - CHUSHINGURA: Michihiro Sato, John Zorn

    1/ Chushingura (The 47 Ronin) Part One
    2/ Chushingura (The 47 Ronin) Part Two
    3/ Chushingura (The 47 Ronin) Part Three
    4/ Chushingura (The 47 Ronin) Part Four
    5/ Chushingura (The 47 Ronin) Part Five
    6/ Chushingura (The 47 Ronin) Part Six

    Recorded at Roulette, New York City in October 1985

  Michihiro Sato: tsugaru-shamisen; John Zorn: alto, clarinet, game calls.

    1986 (?) - no label (Japan), no catalog number (CT)

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035 - BLUE WINDOW: Guy Klucevsek

  Klucevsek interprets compositions by John Zorn, Pauline Oliveros, Lois V.
  Vierk, Guy Klucevsek.

    1/ Blue Window                              (Klucevsek)              3:49
    2/ Road Runner                              (Zorn)                   5:17
    3/ Toronto (Sevenths)                       (Klucevsek)             13:15
    4/ The Receptive                            (Oliveros)               2:30
    5/ Manhattan Cascade                        (L. V. Vierk)           20:00

    (1-3) recorded at Full House Productions, New York City in January and 
    February 1986
    (4) recorded live at St Marks Church-in-the-Bowery, New York City in March
    1985
    (5) recorded at India Navigation, New York City in February 1986
    (1,3-5) produced by Elliott Sharp
    (2) produced by John Zorn

  Guy Klucevsek: accordion; Marshall Taylor: alto (1).

    1986 - Zoar Records (USA), ZCS-8 (CT)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this tape.

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036 - THE CLASSIC GUIDE TO STRATEGY, VOLUME TWO: John Zorn

    1/ Aoyama Michi                             (Zorn)                  11:10
    2/ Enoken                                   (Zorn)                   3:20
    3/ Kazumi Shigeru                           (Zorn)                   6:28
    4/ Kondo Toshinori                          (Zorn)                   5:55
    5/ Yano Akiko                               (Zorn)                   5:20
    6/ Togawa Jun                               (Zorn)                   8:48
    7/ Mori Ikue                                (Zorn)                   2:28

    (1-3) recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City on July 30, 1985
    (4-7) recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City on September 19, 1985

  John Zorn: alto, clarinet, game calls.

    1986 - Lumina Records (USA), L010 (LP)
    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7305 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue contains all but (5), and all of THE CLASSIC GUIDE TO
  STRATEGY, VOLUME ONE.
						   
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037 - CURRENT TRENDS IN RACISM IN MODERN AMERICA: Butch Morris

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

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

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

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

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

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038 - MELTABLE SNAPS IT, POINTS BLANK: Michael Lytle, George Cartwright, 
  David Moss

  John Zorn appears as conductor on one of his compositions:

    7/ Rugby                                    (Zorn)                  13:25
  
    Recorded at BC Studio, Brooklyn in 1985

  George Cartwright: saxophones, flutes, various bird and animal calls; 
  Michael Lytle: clarinets, game calls, humzoo, electronics and voice; David 
  Moss: multiple percussion and voice; Tom Cora: cello, cello resonated ob-
  jects; George Lewis: trombone; John Zorn: conductor; Martin Bisi: live 16
  to 2 track mix down.

    1986 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8604 (LP)
    1993 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8604cd (CD)

  Note: the CD includes 30 minutes of extra material, but without Zorn.  

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039 - TRESPASS: Ned Rothenberg

    1/ Strata                                   (Rothenberg)             5:50
    2/ Trespass                                 (Rothenberg)             4:20
    3/ Filigree                                 (Rothenberg)             4:32
    4/ Slapstick                                (Rothenberg)             3:19
    5/ Taps                                     (Rothenberg)             3:20
    6/ Kakeai (A Suite In Three Parts)          (Rothenberg)            10:00
    7/ Caeneus                                  (Rothenberg)             8:27

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City on July 30 and August 19, 
    1985

  Ned Rothenberg: bass clarinet, alto; John Zorn (6): alto.

    1986 - Lumina Records (USA), L011 (LP)
    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7615-2 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD reissue is called SOLO WORKS-THE LUMINA RECORDINGS (2006) and 
  it also contains TRIALS OF THE ARGO (1981) and PORTAL (1982).

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040 - VOODOO: The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet

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

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

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

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

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041 - GODARD CA VOUS CHANTE ? various artists

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

    2/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:42

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

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

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

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

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042 - EXPERIMENTAL PERFORMANCE WITH JOHN ZORN: Jojo Takayanagi

  Side 1: DUO
    1/ Active 1                                 (Takayanagi, Zorn)      11:28
    2/ Active 2                                 (Takayanagi, Zorn)      12:39
  Side 2: SOLO
    3/ Brecht 47                                (Takayanagi)            14:24
    4/ Counterevidence                          (Takayanagi)            11:46

    (1,2) recorded at Yokohama Education and Culture Center ATELIER B1, 
    Yokohama on March 29, 1986
    (3,4) recorded at Kid-Ailack Hall, Tokyo on May 23, 1986

  Masayuki Takayanagi: guitar; John Zorn (1,2): alto, etc.

    1986 - Mobys Record (Japan), Mobys 0005 (LM-1750) (LP)

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043 - DEADLY WEAPONS: Steve Beresford, David Toop, John Zorn, Tonie Marshall

    1/ Shockproof                               (Beresford)              8:13
    2/ Du Gris                                  (Benech, Dumont)         3:17
    3/ King Cobra                               (SB, DT, TM, JZ)         4:46
    4/ Tallulah                                 (SB, DT, TM, JZ)         3:20
    5/ Dumb Boxer                               (Toop)                   2:15
    6/ Lady Whirlwind                           (Toop)                   0:47
    7/ Shadow Boxer                             (Toop, Marshall)         3:03
    8/ Sitting in the Park                      (B. Stewart)             1:42
    9/ Snow Blood                               (Toop)                   2:27
    10/ Chen Pe'i Pe'i                          (Zorn, Toop)             3:08
    11/ Jane Mansfield                          (Beresford, Toop)        5:02
  
    Recorded at Dave Hunt Audio Engineering studio in 1986

  Steve Beresford: keyboards, tapes, trumpet, guitar, percussions; David Toop: 
  guitar, pedal steel guitar, flutes, percussions; John Zorn: alto, keyboards; 
  Tonie Marshall: vocals.

    1986 - Nato (France), Nato 950 (LP) 
    1991 - Nato (France), DK 018 53021.2 (CD)
    1991 - Nato Vogue (France), vg 651 600319 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Nato (France), 112110 (CD)
    199? - Nato (France), 777 747/777 904 (CD)
    2005 - Hope Street/Nato (France), HS10051 (CD)
    2011 - Nato (France), 950 (CD)

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

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

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

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

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

  Note: this record was supposed to be called A FIST FULL OF JOHN ZORN.

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045 - THE IMPROVISORS: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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046 - ANYTHING GOES: Alfred 23 Harth

  Though John Zorn does not play on this record, his music (from GODARD, Nato
  634) is extensively sampled by Harth.

    1986 - Creative Works Records (Germany), CW 1005 (LP)

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047 - CONTROL SONGS: David Garland

    1/ I Am With You                            (Garland)                3:18
    2/ Very Popular                             (Garland)                2:53
    3/ The Stick Figure                         (Garland)                2:49
    4/ I Am An I-Beam Girder                    (Garland)                3:41
    5/ My Pony's Falling                        (Garland)                4:20
    6/ On Planet X                              (Garland)                5:59
    7/ Forest Fractures                         (Garland)                5:17
    8/ TV Can Teach Me                          (Garland)                4:00
    9/ Clocks                                   (Garland)                6:47
    10/ Furniture                               (Garland)                2:11
    11/ Keep In Touch                           (Garland)                5:13
    12/ Don't Shoot 				(Garland)		 4:44
    13/ Bad Advice				(Garland)		 4:14
    14/ Another Mistake				(Garland)		 2:02
    15/ Growth					(Garland)		 1:53
    16/ Hist'ry					(Garland)		 6:57
    17/ Simba					(Les Baxter)		 4:56

    Recorded at Studio Pass, New York City, Silence Studio, Sweden, Harmonic
    Ranch, New York City, Noise New York, New York City, and at home
    (4,17) recorded live at the Dance Theater Workshop, New York City on
    November 11, 1985
    Produced by David Garland

  David Garland: vocals, spliced voice, electric organ, Prophet 5, panpipe,
  ebony flute, handclaps, Mini-Moog, Fairlight CMI, Synthabbott, percussion,
  accordion, drum-triggered Mini-Moog, toy piano, bass, Farfisa, electric
  piano, synthesizer, percussion, Hammond organ, Casio, guitar; Anne Garland
  (1): back-up vocals; Mark Abbott (4,17): bass, vocal; Christian Marclay (4,
  17): records, turntables; Clive Smith (4,7,17): Fairlight CMI, trumpet,
  kazoo, vocal; John Zorn (6,17): alto, game calls, vocal; Guy Klucevsek (7,
  17): accordion; Meredith Monk (12): vocals; John Alexander (13): baritone
  (voice); Wayne Diana (13): tenor (voice); Nancy Gassner (13): soprano (voi-
  ce).

    1986 - Review Records (Germany), rere 95 (LP)
    1997 - Review Records (Germany), rere 95cd (CD)

  Note: (5) has a newly recorded vocal track on the CD reissue.
  Note: (12-17) are not available on the LP pressing.

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048 - RADIO COCA (CENTER ON CONTEMPORARY ART): various artists

  This tape, curated by Laura Millin, features Mark Anderson, Alan Lande,
  Jenny Holzer, Hank Bull, Jerri Allyn, Doug Kahn, Micheal Peppe, John Zorn,
  Jenny Holzer, Annie Grosshans, Jessica Hagedorn, David Mahler, Karen Finley,
  Norman Durkee.

    9/ untitled audio work                      (Zorn)                   1:03

    Recorded by Michael Beinhorn at Demolition Sound Studio, NYC in 1986

  John Zorn: alto, game calls.

    1986 - Center on Contemporary Art (Seattle, USA), ??? (CT)

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

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

  John Zorn plays on one track with Locus Solus:

    10/ Wrap Backwards And The Usual Snowflake/Beda Fomm                 4:14

    Recorded at B.C Studio

  John Zorn: alto; Christian Marclay: turntables; Peter Blegvad: vocals; Wayne 
  Horvitz: keyboards; Ikue Mori: drums.

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

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

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050 - COBRA: John Zorn

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

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

    Recorded live at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on October 21, 1985

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

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

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051 - BERLIN DJUNGLE: Peter Brötzmann Clarinet Project

    1/ What A Day (first part)                  (Brötzmann)             24:37
    2/ What A Day (second part)                 (Brötzmann)             23:15

    Recorded live during the JazzFest Berlin at Delphi Theater, Berlin on   
    November 4, 1984     
    Produced by Peter Brötzmann and Jost Gebers

  Peter Brötzmann: clarinet, tenor, tarogato; Tony Coe: clarinet; J.D. Parran:
  clarinet; Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky: clarinet; Louis Sclavis: clarinet, bass 
  clarinet; John Zorn: clarinet, mouthpieces; Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; 
  Johannes Bauer: trombone; Alan Tomlinson: trombone; William Parker: bass; 
  Tony Oxley: drums.

    1987 - FMP (Germany), FMP 1120 (LP)
    2004 - Unheard Music Series/Atavistic (USA), ALP246CD (CD)

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052 - THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SUMMER OF LOVE: various artists

  This compilation contains songs by Half Japanese, Fred Frith, Shockabilly,
  Sharky's Machine, The Shaved Pigs, The Moon, The Workdogs, Missing 
  Foundation, Artless, Krack House, Bongwater, Tuli Kupferberg, Carney/Hild/
  Kramer, Fish and Roses, No Safety, Men and Volts, Samm and Dave, The 
  Spongehead Experience, Steve Taylor and Allen Ginsberg, George Cartwright, 
  Scott Williams, Otto Kentrol, Laraaji.

  John Zorn plays on one track with Half Japanese:

    1/ Should I Tell Her?                       (Fair)

  Jad Fair: vocals; Don Fleming: guitar; Mark Jickling: guitar; Scott Jarvis: 
  drums; Steve Johnson: ???; Rob Kennedy: bass; Kramer: bass; John Zorn: alto.

    1987 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy-001 (LP)
    1987 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 1 (CT)
    1987 - Shadowline Records (Netherlands), SR6787 (LP)
    ???? - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 9024 (CD)
    199? - Shimmy Disc (USA), SHM5001 (CD)

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053 - MUMBO JUMBO: Jim Staley

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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054 - PLAN EDEN: Alfred 23 Harth

    17/ Atom-Sex-Kino                           (Harth, Zorn)            6:26

    Recorded live in Frankfurt, June 1986

  Alfred 23 Harth: tenor; John Zorn: alto.

    1987 - Creative Works Records (Germany), CW 1008 (LP)
    1995 - Creative Works Records (Germany), CW 1008 (CD)

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*** - MICKEY SPILLANE: THE SENSATIONAL MIKE HAMMER THRILLER: John Zorn

    1/ Spillane: A Tribute To Mickey Spillane   (Zorn, Lindsay)         25:12
    2/ Soundtrack For The Film "White and Lazy" (Zorn)
      2a/ Main Title                                                     0:55
      2b/ Homecoming                                                     1:15
      2c/ The Heist                                                      3:20
      2d/ Meat Dream                                                     1:15
      2e/ Phone Call                                                     0:50
      2f/ End Title                                                      1:59

    ???? - ???, ??? (CT)

  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references on (1) and FILM WORKS (1991) for
  (2).

  Note: because of the lack of label information and the primitive design of
  the insert (cardboard stock photocopied on one side), it is likely that this
  tape is a demo tape.

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055 - SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Spillane                                 (Zorn, Lindsay)         25:12
    
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June/August 1986

  Anthony Coleman: piano, organ, celeste; Carol Emanuel: harp; Bill Frisell: 
  guitar; David Hofstra: bass, tuba; Bob James: tapes, compact discs; Bobby 
  Previte: drums, percussion; Jim Staley: trombone; David Weinstein: sampling 
  keyboards, celeste; John Zorn: alto, clarinet; John Lurie: voice; Robert 
  Quine: voice. 
    
    2/ Two-Lane Highway                         (Zorn)                  18:16
  
    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York City in June 1987

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

    3/ Forbidden Fruit                          (Zorn)                  10:20

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

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

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

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

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

    4/ Spillane (excerpt)                       (Zorn)                   7:59
    
    1987 - Elektra/Nonesuch, 9 79171-2 (CD)

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

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057 - LSDC&W - THE HISTORY OF THE CHADBOURNES IN AMERICA: Eugene Chadbourne

    1/ The Beatles Meddley                                              22:10
      1a/ Day Tripper                           (Lennon, McCartney)
      1b/ I've Just Seen A Face                 (Lennon, McCartney)
      1c/ Birthday                              (Lennon, McCartney)
      1d/ Don't Pass Me By                      (Ringo Starr)
      1e/ Octopus Garden                        (Ringo Starr)
      1f/ Taxman                                (Harrison)
      1g/ Startin' Over                         (Lennon)
    2/ In A Sentimental Mood (Pt.1)             (The Duke)               0:50
    3/ In A Sentimental Mood (Pt.2)             (The Duke)               7:00
    4/ Winchester, VA                                                    3:00
    5/ Tennessee Flattop Box                    (Johnny Cash)            3:01
    6/ Dr. Chadbourne's Ordeal In Nashville                              3:02
    7/ Burma Shave                              (Roger Miller)           3:03
    8/ Dixie Fried                              (Carl Perkins)           4:04
    9/ Wine Me Up                               (Faron Young)            1:56
    10/ Roger Miller Medley                                              8:00
	a/ This Town
	b/ Kansas City Star
	c/ My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died
    11/ House Burning Down                      (Jimi Hendrix)           3:05
    12/ Third Stone From The Sun                (Jimi Hendrix)           3:01
    13/ Funny How Time Slips Away               (Willie Nelson)          4:49
    14/ Ghosts                                  (Albert Ayler)           2:01
    15/ 7+7=                                    (Arthur Lee)             2:50
    16/ Burl Ives Medley                                                 2:00
    17/ Wild Horses                             (Jagger-Richards)        4:04
    18/ W Va Spec (Zorn Tribute)                                         5:06
    19/ Nobody Loves Me But My Mother           (B.B. King)              2:26
    20/ No Reason To Quit                       (Merle Haggard)          3:02

  Doug Baker (17): acoustic guitar; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, vocals (all);
  Jenny Chadbourne (17): percussion & toy machine guns; Tom Cora (1,5-10,18):
  cello, cello-resonated objects; David Doyle (17): classical guitar; Gilfred
  Lee Frey (17): acoustic piano; Doug Henderson (17): slide guitar; Rudy 
  Hinnant (17): lousy guitar; Toshinori Kondo (1e,2,18): trumpet, euphonium,
  garbage; Kramer (1,2,6,7,11-14,18): cheap organ & tapes, PacMan; David Licht
  (1,4-15,18): percussion; Loretta Lynn (19): uninvited vocals; Scott Manring
  (1,18): lap steel; M.E. Miller (2): drums; Brad Newell (17): mandolin; David
  Nikias (17,19): percussion & toy machine guns, speciman (sic) jars & feed-
  back; Murray Reams (19): percussion & cover charge; Tom Shephard (4,15): 
  homemade electric bass; Jeff Weichinger (17): electric bass; John Zorn (1,
  18): alto, soprano, clarinet, game calls;

    1987 - Fundamental (USA), Save 19/20 (2xLP)
    1987 - Fundamental (USA), Save 19 (2xCD)
    1987 - Fundamental (USA), CAVE19/20 (CT)
    2006 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980X (3xCD)

  Note: there is a single CD version of this 2xLP which does not contain the
  tracks featuring John Zorn or Tom Cora.
  Note: the 2006 3xCD set reissue is called LSDC&W - THE HISTORY OF THE
  CHADBOURNES IN AMERICA + THE LEFT-OFF TRACKS.

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*** - LSDC&W: The Chadbournes

    1/ Day Tripper                              (Lennon, McCartney)
    2/ Blues Come Around                        (Hank Williams)
    3/ Taxman                                   (Harrison)
    4/ Train                                    (Burnette)
    5/ I've Just Seen A Face                    (Lennon, McCartney)
    6/ Birthday                                 (Lennon, McCartney)
    7/ Don't Pass Me By                         (Ringo)
    8/ Bound To Ride                            (P. D.)
    9/ Tennessee Flattop Box                    (Cash)
    10/ In A Sentimental                        (The Duke)
    11/ W. Va spec.                             (Chadbourne)
    12/ Gotta Get Drunk                         (Willie)

    Recorded during 1980-81
    Produced by Chadbourne

  Tom Cora: cello; Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; Kramer: cheap organ, tapes; John
  Zorn: Bb clarinet, alto, soprano, game calls; Scott Manring: lap steel;
  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; David Licht: percussion.

    ???? - Parachute (?) (USA), PA-14 (CT)

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

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

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

    Recorded at Radio City Studios, New York

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

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

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

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059 - WINTER WAS HARD: Kronos Quartet

  The Kronos Quartet interprets compositions by Aulis Sallinen, Terry Riley, 
  Arvo Part, Anton Webern, John Zorn, John Lurie, Astor Piazzolla, Alfred 
  Schnittke, Samuel Barber.

    5/ Forbidden Fruit                          (Zorn)                  10:20
  
    1988 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79181-1 (LP)
    1988 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79181-2 (CD)
    1991 - Nonesuch (Germany), 7559-79260-2 ZD (6xCD)

  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references.

  Note: the 6xCD set is called THE COLLECTION and contains KRONOS QUARTET 
  (1986), WHITE MAN SLEEPS (1987), WINTER WAS HARD (1988), KRONOS QUARTET 
  PLAYS TERRY RILEY: SALOME DANCES FOR PEACE (1989), BLACK ANGELS (1990).

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060 - NEWS FOR LULU: John Zorn, George Lewis, Bill Frisell

    1/ KD's Motion                              (Kenny Dorham)           3:32
    2/ Funk In Deep Freeze                      (Hank Mobley)            4:31
    3/ Melanie                                  (Freddie Redd)           4:07
    4/ Melody For C                             (Sonny Clark)            4:26
    5/ Lotus Blossom                            (Kenny Dorham)           4:08
    6/ Eastern Incident                         (Sonny Clark)            4:04
    7/ Peckin' Time                             (Hank Mobley)            3:13
    8/ Blues Blues Blues                        (Freddie Redd)           4:17
    9/ Blue Minor take 1                        (Sonny Clark)            3:43
    10/ This I Dig Of You                       (Hank Mobley)            3:13
    11/ Venita's Dance                          (Kenny Dorham)           3:23
    12/ News For Lulu                           (Sonny Clark)            4:07
    13/ Ole                                     (Freddie Redd)           3:47
    14/ Sonny's Crib                            (Sonny Clark)            5:22
    15/ Hank's Other Tune                       (Hank Mobley)            3:52
    16/ Blue Minor take 2                       (Sonny Clark)            3:26
    17/ Windmill                                (Kenny Dorham)           0:40

    Recorded at Soundville Recording Studio Lucerne on August 28, 1987

    18/ News For Lulu                           (Sonny Clark)            4:19
    19/ Funk In Deep Freeze                     (Hank Mobley)            3:29
    20/ Windmill                                (Kenny Dorham)           1:03

    Recorded live at Jazzfestival Willisau on August 30, 1987

  John Zorn: alto; George Lewis: trombone; Bill Frisell: guitar.

    1988 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat Art CD 6005 (CD)
    1993 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat Art CD 6005 (CD)
    2008 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 650 (CD)

  Note: the 1993 pressing has a different sleeve (in color and fairly similar
  to the one of MORE NEWS FOR LULU (1992)).
  Note: the 2008 reissue has one bonus track:

    18/ Melanie                                 (Freddie Redd)           4:56

  placed after "Windmill" and before "News For Lulu". This track was recorded
  like the three others at Jazzfestival Willisau on August 30, 1987.

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061 - KIMUS #1: various artists

  This record features Franz Koglmann, News For Lulu, and George Gruntz 
  Concert Band.

  John Zorn plays on three tracks with News For Lulu:

    5/ Melanie                                  (Freddie Redd)           4:50
    6/ Funk in Deep Freeze                      (Hank Mobley)            3:29
    7/ Windmill                                 (Kenny Dorham)           1:03

    Recorded on August 30, 1987 at Willisau

    1988 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), 6000 (limited edition of 999 CD)

  See NEWS FOR LULU (1988) for the lineup.

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062 - ROLL OUT THE BARREL: Jad Fair and Kramer

    14/ Help                                    (Lennon, McCarney)       
    15/ Around And Around                       (Chuck Berry)
    16/ What I've Been Waiting For              (Fair, Kramer)
    17/ Load And Mount                          (Kramer)  
    18/ Nosferatu                               (Fair, Kramer)
    19/ Twist And Shout                         (Medley, Russell)
    20/ King Kong                               (Daniel Johnston)
    21/ Rockin' Chair                           (Hoagy Carmichael)
    22/ Easy To See                             (Fair, Kramer)
    23/ On The Sunny Side Of The Street         (Fields, McHugh)
    24/ Paths Of Glory                          (traditional)

    Recorded at Noise, New York

  Jad Fair: vocals; Kramer: ???; Don Fleming: guitar; Penn Jillette: vocals 
  (19); David Licht: percussion; John Zorn: alto; Rebby Sharp: banjo, vocals; 
  Thurston Moore: guitar (20); Kim Gordon: bass (20); Scott Jarvis: drums 
  (21).
    
    1988 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy-000000000000012 (LP)
    1988 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 8802 (LP)
    ???? - Shimmy Disc (USA), Shimmy-84912 (CD)
    1989 - Shimmy Disc Europe (Netherlands), SDE 8912 CD (CD)
    1999 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), SHM-5012 (CD)

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063 - NUIT DES SOLOS: solo performances during the festival of Vandoeuvre-les-
  Nancy

  This record features solo improvisations by David Moss, Elliott Sharp, Jill
  Jaffee, Anthony Coleman, Jean-François Pauvros, Jagger Naut, Christian 
  Marclay, Carol Emanuel, Tom Cora, Guigou Chenevier, Louis Sclavis, John 
  Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Jon Rose.

    13/ no title                                                         4:20
  
    Recorded live at Vandoeuvre, France on May 22, 1987

  John Zorn: alto.

    1988 - Van d'Oeuvre (France), 8802 (LP)

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064 - GREED: Ambitious Lovers

    1/ Copy Me                                  (Lindsay, Scherer)       3:44
    2/ Privacy                                  (Lindsay, Scherer)       3:44
    3/ Caso                                     (Lindsay, Scherer)       2:41
    4/ King                                     (Lindsay, Scherer)       4:35
    5/ Omotesando                               (Lindsay, Scherer)       1:35
    6/ Too Far                                  (Lindsay, Scherer)       3:01
    7/ Love Overlap                             (Lindsay, Scherer)       4:39
    8/ Admit it                                 (Lindsay, Scherer)       3:44
    9/ Steel Wool                               (Lindsay, Scherer)       1:01
    10/ Para Nao Contrariar Voce                (Paulinho Da Viola)      2:37
    11/ Quasi You                               (Lindsay, Scherer)       4:24
    12/ It Only Has To Happen Once              (Lindsay, Scherer)       3:40
    13/ Dot Stuff                               (Lindsay, Scherer)       0:58

  Vernon Reid (1,2,7): guitar; Naná Vasconcelos (1,7,8,11,12): percussion;
  D.K. Dyson (1,7,8,11): background vocals; Melvin Gibbs: bass; John Zorn (2,
  8): alto; Bernard Fowler (2): vocals; Steve Horton (4): percussion, guitar;
  Sergio Brandao: cavaquinho; John Lurie (5): saxophone; Gail Lou (7,8,11): 
  background vocals; Bill Frisell (9,10): guitar; Joey Baron (9,10): drums;
  Jill Jaffe (12): violin; Arto Lindsay: vocal, guitar; Peter Scherer: key-
  boards, synthesizer bass, drum programming and sampling.
  
    1988 - Virgin (USA), 1-90903 (LP)
    1988 - Virgin (USA), 7 90903-2 (CD)
    1996 - Virgin (UK), CDV2545 (CD)

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065 - THE TECHNOLOGY OF TEARS: Fred Frith

  The Technology Of Tears
    1/ Sadness, Its Bones Bleached Behind Us    (Frith)                 13:05
    2/ You Are What You Eat                     (Frith)                 19:01
    3/ The Palace Of Laughter, The Technology Of Tears
                                                (Frith)                 10:08
  Jigsaw
    4/ Jigsaw                                   (Frith)                 14:39
    5/ Jigsaw Coda                              (Frith)                  3:04
  Propaganda
    6/ Shelter For Them All                     (Frith)                  1:36
    7/ A Deeper Understanding Of Conflict       (Frith)                  0:54
    8/ The Turning Of An Hourglass              (Frith)                  2:04
    9/ Birth Of A Rebel                         (Frith)                  1:51
    10/ Your Beautiful Corpse                   (Frith)                  1:17
    11/ The Excellent Hyena                     (Frith)                  1:25
    12/ The Old Man Moves A Mountain            (Frith)                  1:06
    13/ The Wolf Demon (part 1)                 (Frith)                  1:07
    14/ Meditation Upon Propaganda              (Frith)                  3:06
    15/ Liberty                                 (Frith)                  1:59
    16/ The Relentless Landscape                (Frith)                  0:59
    17/ The Gaze That Sings                     (Frith)                  1:03
    18/ The Wolf Demon (part 2)                 (Frith)                  1:05
    19/ Rashomon                                (Frith)                  3:30

    (1-3) recorded at BC Studio, June 1986 and Noise New York, November 1986-
    January 1987
    (4-5) recorded at Noise, October 1986
    (6-19) recorded at Noise, April 1987

  John Zorn (1-3): alto; Tenko (1-3): voice; Christian Marclay (1-3): turnta-
  bles; Jim Staley (4-5): trombone; Fred Frith: guitars, violin, other instru-
  ments.

    1988 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 20 (2xLP)
    1988 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), reCDec 20 (CD)
    1988 - SST Records (USA), SST 172 (2xLP)
    1988 - SST Records (USA), SSTC 172 (CT)
    1988 - SST Records (USA), SST CD 172 (CD)
    2003 (?) - ??? (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD?)
    2008 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), FRO 11 (CD)

  Note: tracks (6-19) are not available on the CD pressings.

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066 - REPLICANT WALK: Friction

    2/ Bad Luck                                 (Reck)                   
    6/ Burn Don                                 (Reck)

  Reck: bass, vocals, guitars; Sato Minoru: drums; Serigano: synthesizer; Higo 
  Hiroshi: guitars; John Zorn: alto.

    1988 - Enemy/Wax Records (USA), EMY 109 (LP)
    1988 - Wax Records (USA), 32WXD-110 (CD)
    1989 - Enemy (Germany), EMY 109 (LP)
    1989 - Enemy (Germany), EMY CD 109 (CD)

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067 - SAWTOOTH: Blind Idiot God

    4/ Purged Specimen                          (Zorn)                   
    
  Andy Hawkins: guitar; Gabe Katz: bass; Ted Epstein: drums; John Zorn: alto.

    1988 (1989?) - Enemy Records, EMY 12001 (12" EP)

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068 - UNDERTOW: Blind Idiot God

    11/ Purged Specimen                         (Zorn)                   1:53

    Recorded at B.C. Studios by Martin Bisi, May & June, 1988

  Andy Hawkins: guitar; Gabe Katz: bass; Ted Epstein: drums; John Zorn: alto
  (11).

    1988 - Enemy Records, EMY 107 (CD)
    1990 - Tokuma (Japan), TKCB-30107 (CD)

  Note: (11) is not available on the LP.

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069 - LIVE: Hikashu

    1-17/ all Japanese titles

    Produced by Hikashu

  Koichi Makigami: vocals; Mita Freeman: guitar, vocals; Makoto Inoue: synthe-
  sizer; Masami Sakaide: bass; Kazuhiro Nomoto: reeds; Masaru Taniguti: drums;
  John Zorn (4,9): alto.

    1988 - Puzzlin' Record (Japan), 32PD001 (CD)

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070 - COS#1: various artists

  This tape features John Zorn, Tetsu Saitoh, Yoshisaburo Toyozumi, Tom Cora,
  Yoshinori Yanagawa, Takashi Kazamaki, Zeena Perkins, Katie O'Looney, Fred
  Frith.

    1/ July 11, 1988                            (Zorn, Saitoh, Toyozumi)
    2/ April 16, 1988                           (Cora, Toyozumi)
    3/ February 21 and 22, 1988                 (Yanagawa)
    4/ August 4, 1988                           (Kazamaki)
    5/ August 4, 1988                           (Parkins, O'Looney, Kazamaki)
    6/ February 23, 1988                        (Fred Frith)

    (1,2,4-6) recorded at Openhouse in Nagoya
    (3) recorded at Gokuonsha Studio in Hashima

  John Zorn (1): alto; Tetsu Saitoh (1): bass; Yoshisaburo Toyozumi (1,2):
  percussion; Tom Cora (2): cello, voice; Yoshinori Yanagawa (3): alto;
  Takashi Kazamaki (4,5): percussion; Zeena Perkins (5): electric harp, casio;
  Katie O'Looney (5): drums; Fred Frith (6): guitar.

    1988 - COS (Japan), COS#1 (magazine+CT)

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071 - WHAT THE HELL IS JAZID?: various artists

  This record features Friction (1), III. Art (2), The Stalin (3), Sadato (4),
  The Pachinko Fake (5), Thats (6), Stockhouse'n Sadato (7).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Friction:

    1/ Burn Don                                 (Friction)               3:38

    1989 - Strange Ways Records (?), Subway 1/Efa 15097 (LP)

  See REPLICANT WALK (1988) for further references on (1).

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072 - SLAVES OF NEW YORK: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

  This soundtrack features Ambitious Lovers, Boy George, Neneh Cherry, Inner
  City, PIL, Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers, Les Rita Mitsouko, Iggy Pop,
  Maxi Priest.

    7/ Admit It                                 (Lindsay, Scherer)       3:43

    1989 - Virgin Records, 91229-1 (LP)
    1989 - Virgin Records (USA), 91229-2 (CD)

  See GREED (1988) for further references.

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

  This record features music by Steve Reich, Bob Telson, Lee Breuer, J.S.
  Bach, Philip Glass, Carlos Paredes, Igor Stravinsky, Arvo Part, Wayne
  Horvitz, MFSB, Ornette Coleman, Akiko Yano, Bill Frisell, Gipsy King.
  
    12/ Good Old Days                           (Ornette Coleman)        2:46

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

  See SPY VS SPY (1989) for further references.

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074 - SPY VS SPY, THE MUSIC OF ORNETTE COLEMAN: John Zorn

    1/ WRU                                      (Ornette Coleman)        2:38
    2/ Chronology                               (Ornette Coleman)        1:08
    3/ Word For Bird                            (Ornette Coleman)        1:14
    4/ Good Old Days                            (Ornette Coleman)        2:44
    5/ The Disguise                             (Ornette Coleman)        1:18
    6/ Enfant                                   (Ornette Coleman)        2:37
    7/ Rejoicing                                (Ornette Coleman)        1:38
    8/ Blues Connotation                        (Ornette Coleman)        1:05
    9/ C&D                                      (Ornette Coleman)        3:05
    10/ Chippie                                 (Ornette Coleman)        1:08
    11/ Peace Warriors                          (Ornette Coleman)        1:20
    12/ Ecars                                   (Ornette Coleman)        2:28
    13/ Feet Music                              (Ornette Coleman)        4:45
    14/ Broadway Blues                          (Ornette Coleman)        3:42
    15/ Space Church                            (Ornette Coleman)        2:28
    16/ Zig Zag                                 (Ornette Coleman)        2:54
    17/ Mob Job                                 (Ornette Coleman)        4:24
  
    Recorded at Power Station, New York City on August 18 and 19, 1988
  
  John Zorn: alto; Tim Berne: alto; Mark Dresser: bass; Joey Baron: drums; 
  Michael Vatcher: drums.

    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60844-1 (LP)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60844-2 (CD)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60844-4 (CT)

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075 - DRIVE TO HEAVEN, WELCOME TO CHAOS: various artists 

  This record features Henry Kaiser (1,9,10,19) Picky Picnic (2), Andreas
  Dorau (3), Constance Towers (4), Fred Frith (5,17), Syzygys (6), Lost
  Gringos (7), Laemonz (8), Der Plan (11), Tipographica (12), Picky Picnic &
  Pyrolator (13), Jumbo (14), ExpO (15), John Zorn (16), Pyrolator (18), Bun
  Itakura (20).

  John Zorn plays on one track (with Blind Idiot God):
    
    16/ Purged Specimen                         (Zorn)                   1:54

    Recorded and mixed February 20, 1989 at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn, New York

  John Zorn: alto; Andy Hawkins: guitar; Gabe Katz: bass; Ted Epstein: drums. 

    1989 - Wave/Panic Records (Japan), Eva 2010 (CD)

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076 - BEFORE WE WERE BORN: Bill Frisell

  Though John Zorn does not play on this record, The Bill Frisell Band plays a 
  composition arranged by him (Hard Plains Drifter).

    1/ Before We Were Born                      (Frisell)                6:46
    Some Song And Dance                         (Frisell)
      2/ Freddy's Step                                                   3:02
      3/ Love Motel                                                      6:43
      4/ Pip, Squeak                                                     5:27
      5/ Goodbye                                                         1:37
    6/ Hard Plains Drifter                      (Frisell, Zorn)         13:18
    7/ The Lone Ranger                          (Frisell)                7:30
    8/ Steady, Girl                             (Frisell, Lindsay)       2:08

    (1,7,8) recorded at Skyline Studios, Platinum Island and Creative Audio
    Recording, New York City in August 1988
    (2-5) recorded at Power Station, New York City in September 1988
    (6) recorded at Sound on Sound Recording, New York City in September 1988
    (1,7,8) produced by Peter Scherer and Arto Lindsay
    (2-5) produced by Lee Townsend
    (6) produced by John Zorn

  Bill Frisell: guitars, banjo; Arto Lindsay (1,7,8): guitar, voice; Peter
  Scherer (1,7,8): keyboards, drum programming; Joey Baron: drums, percussion,
  electronics; Hank Roberts (2-6): cello, voice; Kermit Driscoll (2-6): bass,
  electric bass; Julius Hemphill (2-5): alto; Billy Drewes (2-5): alto; Doug
  Wieselman (2-5): baritone saxophone; Cyro Baptista (7): shaker.

    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60843-1 (LP)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60843-2 (CD)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (USA), 9 60843-4 (CT)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (Germany), 960 843-1 (LP)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (Germany), 960 843-2 (CD)
    1989 - Elektra/Musician (Germany), 960 843-4 (CT)

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077 - 100 OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL MELODIES: Nicolas Collins

  Nicolas Collins in duos with Pippin Barnett, Anthony Coleman, Tom Cora,
  Peter Cusak, Shelley Hirsch, George Lewis, Christian Marclay, Ben Neill,
  Zeena Parkins, Robert Poss, Ned Rothenberg, Elliott Sharp, Davey Williams,
  John Zorn, Peter Zummo.

    1/ untitled 							 0:41
    2/ untitled 							 2:15
    3/ untitled 							 1:15
    4/ untitled 							 1:32
    5/ untitled 							 0:46
    6/ untitled 							 0:46
    7/ untitled 							 0:45
    8/ untitled 							 1:14
    9/ untitled 							 1:42
    10/ untitled 							 1:41
    11/ untitled 							 2:49
    12/ untitled  							 0:40
    13/ untitled                     					 0:46
    14/ untitled 							 1:24
    15/ untitled  							 0:28
    16/ untitled                            				 0:39
    17/ untitled                 					 0:29
    18/ untitled 							 1:10
    19/ untitled 							 1:20
    20/ untitled 							 1:30
    21/ untitled 							 5:30
    22/ untitled 							 2:29
    23/ untitled 							 0:36
    24/ untitled 							 1:12
    25/ untitled 							 1:07
    26/ untitled 							 1:57
    27/ untitled 							 0:53
    28/ untitled                     					 1:33
    29/ untitled 							 0:35
    30/ untitled 							 0:39
    31/ untitled 							 0:50
    32/ untitled  							 1:55
    33/ untitled                     					 1:32
    34/ untitled 							 1:22
    35/ untitled  							 2:50
    36/ untitled                            				 1:20
    37/ untitled                 					 0:46
    38/ untitled 							 1:16
    39/ untitled 							 1:27
    40/ untitled 							 2:42
    41/ untitled 							 1:57
    42/ untitled 							 1:29

    Recorded at Airshaft Studio, New York City, The Kitchen, New York City and
    Stichting Steim, Amsterdam from January 1988 through May 1989

  Nicolas Collins: trombone propelled electronics, radio, tapes; Peter Cusack
  (1,9,18,25,37,39,41,42): acoustic guitar, whistle, Gate Crasher, tapes, bou-
  zouki, tuning forks; Robert Poss (2,11,32): electric guitar; Ben Neill (3,4,
  6): Mutantrumpet; Pippin Barnett (5,8,20): percussion; Peter Zummo (7): 
  trombone; Christian Marclay (10,19,24): record players; John Zorn (12,13,15-
  17,27): alto; Anthony Coleman (14,23): electric organ; George Lewis (21):
  trombone; Shelley Hirsch (22): voice; Davey Williams (26,34): electric gui-
  tar; Ned Rothenberg (28): bass clarinet; Elliott Sharp (29-31): bass clari-
  net; Zeena Parkins (33,35): electric and acoustic harps; Tom Cora (36,38,
  40): cello.

    1989 - Trace Elements Records (USA), TE-1018 (CD)

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078 - THE BAND THAT WOULD BE KING: Half Japanese

    1/ Open Your Eyes/Close Your Eyes           (Jad Fair)               1:08
    2/ Daytona Beach                            (Jad Fair)               1:47
    3/ Lucky Star                               (unknown)                2:21
    4/ Some Things Last A Moment                (Jad Fair)               2:20
    5/ My Most Embarrassing Moment              (Jad Fair)               0:49
    6/ Buried Treasure                          (Jad Fair)               1:05
    7/ Open Book                                (Jad Fair)               1:00
    8/ Little Records                           (David Fair)             1:17
    9/ Deadly Alien Spawn                       (Jad Fair)               2:36
    10/ Postcard From Faraway                   (Jad Fair)               1:38
    11/ Ventriloquism Made Easy                 (Jad Fair)               0:42
    12/ Something In The Wind                   (Jad Fair)               0:38
    13/ Bingos Not His Name-O                   (Jad Fair)               1:19
    14/ Put Some Sugar On It                    (Jad Fair)               2:47
    15/ What More Can I Do?                     (Jad Fair)               1:24
    16/ Brand New Moon                          (Jad Fair)               1:36
    17/ Another World                           (Jad Fair)               1:34
    18/ Every Word Is True                      (Jad Fair)               1:20
    19/ I Live For Love                         (Johnson)                2:06
    20/ Werewolf                                (David Fair)             1:30
    21/ Ride Ride Ride                          (Jad Fair)               0:31
    22/ Sugarcane                               (Jad Fair)               2:31
    23/ I Wish I May                            (Jad Fair)               1:32
    24/ Ashes On The Ground                     (David Fair)             2:41
    25/ Curse Of The Doll People                (Jad Fair)               0:33
    26/ Horseshoes                              (Jad Fair)               2:11
    27/ Bluebird                                (Jad Fair)               1:39
    28/ Frankestein Meets Billy The Kid         (Jad Fair)               0:56
    29/ My Bucket's Got A Hole In It            (Williams)               1:11
    30/ Africans Built The Pyramids             (Jickling)               1:35
    31/ Better Than Before                      (Jad Fair)               1:59
    32/ Daytona                                 (Jad Fair)               2:20
    33/ Back Home                               (Jad Fair)               2:38
    34/ Mule Skinner Blues                      (Rodgers)                1:46
    35/ Sugarcane                               (Jad Fair)               3:10
    36/ Jump Up                                 (Jad Fair)               1:00
    37/ Postcard From Far Away                  (Jad Fair)               3:18
    38/ Big Wheels                              (Jad Fair)               2:13
    39/ Ordeal                                  (Jad Fair)               2:13
    40/ Jump Down                               (Jad Fair)               1:27
    41/ Cowboys                                 (Jad Fair)               1:18
    42/ Man Without A Head                      (Jad Fair)               1:11

    Recorded at Noise, New York
    Produced by Kramer

  Jad Fair: vocals, guitar, harmonica; Don Fleming: guitar, vocals; Mark
  Jickling (aka Mr. J. Rice): guitar; Kramer: organ, bass; Scott Jarvis: 
  drums; Rob Kennedy: bass; Fred Frith (2,15,18): guitar; George Cartwright 
  (4,16,27): saxophones; John Zorn (21): saxophone.

    1989 - 50 Skidillion Watts Records (USA), Half 8-1 (LP)
    1989 - 50 Skidillion Watts Records (USA), Half 8-1 (CD)
    1989 - 50 Skidillion Watts Records (USA), Half 8-4 (CT)
    1989 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8817 (LP)
    1989 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8817 CD (CD)
    1993 - Paperhouse Records/Fire Records (UK), PAPCD 18 (CD)
    2013 - Fire Records (UK), ??? (CD)

  Note: (31-42) are only available on the 1993 Paperhouse Records/Fire Records
  reissue.
  Note: the 2013 reissue (on Fire Records) has not been released yet.

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079 - COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME ONE: Seigen Ono 

    1/ Something To Hold On To                  (Ono, Lindsay)           5:15
    2/ Have You Seen It Yet?                    (Ono)                    0:45
    3/ All Men Are Heels                        (Ono, Lindsay)           5:52
    4/ Round The Globe                          (Ono, Scherer)           6:15
    5/ Hunting For Lions                        (Ono, Lurie, Ehrlich)    5:16
    6/ Look For An Afternoon                    (Ono, Emanuel, Jaffe)    3:16
    7/ Pessoa Quase Certa                       (Ono, Lindsay)           7:06
    8/ After You...                             (Ono)                    3:16
    9/ 5.40 am View Of Empire                   (Ono, Zorn)              5:22

    (1,3,4,6) recorded at D & D and Media Sound, New York City in August 1987
    (2,7) recorded at Media Sound, New York City in August 1987
    (4) saxophone recorded at Platinum Island, New York City in January 1989
    (5) recorded at DAMES, Paris in September 1987
    (8) recorded at V.F.V. Studio, Tokyo in December 1987
    (9) recorded at CBS/Sony Roppongi, Tokyo in December 1987
    Produced by Seigen Ono

  Seigen Ono: SP 12, keyboard, charango; Arto Lindsay (1,2,4,6,7): guitar,
  voice, SP 12; Bill Frisell (1,4): guitar; John Zorn (1,3,9): alto; Michael
  Blair (1,3): box marimba, percussion; Hank Roberts (1-3,6): cello; Carol
  Emanuel (1,2,6,7): keyboard, harp, voice; Ned Rothenberg (1-3,6): bass cla-
  rinet; Peter Scherer (1,2,4): key-bass, piano, keyboard, SP 12; Jill Jaffe
  (1-3,4,6,7): viola, violin, voice; Mac Quayle (1,3,4,6): programming; Sussan
  Deihim (3): voice, walking steps; Roy Nathanson (4): saxophone; John Lurie
  (5): saxophone; Loy Ehrlich (5): bolong, gimbri, keyboard; Abdou M'Boup (5):
  talking drum, African percussion; Curtis Fowlkes (6): trombone; Tatsuji Kim
  (8): programming; Fusanosuke Kondo (9): guitar; Hideo Yamaki (9): drums;
  Tatsuo Kondoh (9): piano, keyboard.

    1989 - Venture/Virgin (UK), VE 51 (LP)
    1989 - Venture/Virgin, CDVE 51 (CD)
    1989 - Venture/Virgin, TCVE 51 (CT)
    1989 - Tokuma (Japan), 407 (CD)
    1990 - Caroline, 1656 (CD)
    1995 - Saidera Records (Japan) SD-1001-2 (2xCD)
    2005 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD-1001-2H (2xCD)
    2008 - Saidera Records (Japan), OMCA-1083 (SACD)

  Note: the 2xCD pressings also contains COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME TWO.

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080 - COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME TWO: Seigen Ono

    1/ Julia                                    (Ono, Jaffe)             4:10
    2/ Carnation                                (Ono, Lurie)             4:15
    3/ If You Only Knew                         (Ono, Lurie)             2:33
    4/ You Will Be All Right                    (Ono, Lindsay)           2:58
    5/ Pastorinhas/Bandeira Branca/Mascara Negra(Max Nunes, L. Alves)    8:21
    6/ Galope                                   (Gonzaga Jr.)            3:15
    7/ Roman Marching Band                      (Ono, Nathanson)         4:00
    8/ Ta. Ta. Ta.                              (Ono)                    6:16
    9/ Louis-San                                (Nathanson)              3:22
    10/ Staying On The Beach All Day            (Ono, Nathanson)         4:19
    11/ Another Groove                          (Ono, Nathanson)         3:13
    12/ On The Sunny Side Of The Street         (J. McHugh, D. Fields)   2:15
    13/ Finale                                  (SO,HY,JZ,CJS,KDS)       9:04

    (1-3) recorded at Media Sound, New York City in January 1988
    (4) recorded at Quad, New York City in March 1988
    (5,6) recorded at Multi Studios, Rio De Janeiro in February 1988
    (5) strings recorded at 39th St. Music, New York City in March 1988
    (10) recorded
    (7-12) recorded at Sound On Sound, New York City in October 1988
    (13) recorded at CBS/Sony Roppongi, Tokyo in December 1987
    Produced by Seigen Ono

  Seigen Ono: voice, percussion, piano, guitar; Alfredo Pedernera (1-3):
  bandoneon; Maxine Neuman (1-3,5): cello; Jill Jaffe (1-5): viola, violin,
  voice; Carol Emanuel (1,4): harp, voice; John Beal (1): contrabass; Judy 
  Geist (2): viola; Bill Frisell (4): guitar; Arto Lindsay (4): guitar, voice;
  Tete (4): Who is she?; Keiko (4): voice; Marlene (5,6): vocal; Armando 
  Martinez (5,6): piano; Nelson Martins (5,6): trombone; Helcio Brenha (5,6):
  saxophone; Jayme (5,6): trumpet; Mentirinha (5,6): percussion; Joaquim 
  Henriques (5,6): drums; Aldemir Bruzaca (5,6): bass, backing vocal, voice;
  Pedrinho Rodriguez (5,6): backing vocal, voice; Marcia Regina (5,6): backing
  vocal, voice; Marlene fan club (5): background vocals; Helio Delmiro (6):
  guitar; Roy Nathanson (7-12): saxophone, vocal; Dougie Bowne (7): marching
  drum; Bill Ware (7-11): vibes, marimba; Bob Stewart (7,9): tuba; Curtis 
  Fowlkes (7,8,10,11): trombone; Marc Ribot (7-12): banjo, cornet, guitar; 
  E.J. Rodriguez (7-12): percussion, drums; Brad Jones (8,10-12): contrabass;
  Jim Nolet (9-11): violin; Fred Frith (13): guitar; John Zorn (13): alto; 
  Hideo Yamaki (13): lot of drums, balaphone; Choi Jong-Shil (13): buk, 
  k'kwaenggwari; Kim Duk-Soo (13): changgo; Haruo Togashi (13): piano, key-
  board; Tatsuo Kondoh (13): accordion.

    1989 - Venture/Virgin (UK), VE 52 (LP)
    1989 - Venture/Virgin, CDVE 52 (CD)
    1989 - Tokuma (Japan), 408 (CD)
    1990 - Caroline, 1657 (CD)
    1995 - Saidera Records (Japan) SD-1001-2 (2xCD)
    2005 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD-1001-2H (2xCD)
    2008 - Saidera Records (Japan), OMCA-1085 (SACD)

  Note: the 2xCD pressings also contains COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME ONE. 
  Note: the SACD pressing has a different track ordering.
  Note: the 2008 SACD reissue has not been released yet (planned in March
  2008).

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081 - RODAN: Sato Michihiro

  This record features Sato Michihiro in different combinations with Bill 
  Frisell, Fred Frith, Tenko, Mark Miller, Nicolas Collins, Christian Marclay,
  Steve Coleman, Toh Ban Djan (Ikue Mori, Luli Shioi), Semantics (Elliott 
  Sharp, Samm Bennett, Ned Rothenberg), Tom Cora, Joey Baron, Mark Dresser,
  Gerry Hemingway.

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City on April 11-16, 1988

    1989 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat Art CD 6015 (CD)

  Note: recording directed and produced by John Zorn (John Zorn does not play
  on this record).

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082 - MORE ENCORES: Christian Marclay

  Each piece is composed entirely of records by the artist after whom it is
  titled. "John Cage" is a recording of a collage made by cutting slices from
  several records and gluing them back into a single disc. In all other pieces
  the records were mixed and manipulated on multiple turntables and recorded
  analog with the use of overdubbing. A hand-crank gramophone was used in
  "Louis Armstrong".

    1/ Johann Strauss                                                    2:54
    2/ John Zorn                                                         2:57
    3/ Martin Denny                                                      2:47
    4/ Frederic Chopin                                                   2:40
    5/ Fred Frith                                                        3:29
    6/ Louis Armstrong                                                   2:27
    7/ Arthur Ferrante & Louis Teicher                                   2:32
    8/ John Cage                                                         2:06
    9/ Maria Callas                                                      3:04
    10/ Jimi Hendrix                                                     2:58
    11/ Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg                                   2:40
    12/ Christian Marclay                                                2:29

    (1,3) recorded at King St. Studio in July 1987
    (2,6,7,10) recorded at Horvitz Studio in January 1987
    (4) recorded at Noise, New York in August 1987
    (5,8,9,11,12) recorded at Harmonic Ranch in May 1988

  Christian Marclay: turntables.

    1989 - No Man's Land (Germany), nml 8816 (10" LP)
    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CM1 (CD)
    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CMV1 (10")
    2003 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CM1 (CD)

  Note: the CD is a limited edition of 1000 copies.
  Note: the 10" LP reissue is a limited edition.
  Note: though John Zorn does not play on this record, his music is extensi-
  vely sampled by Marclay.

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083 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  Note: the Tzadik reissue is also called FILMWORKS VII.

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084 - CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR - TRIP COASTER: John Zorn    

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

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

  See CYNICAL HYSTERIE HOUR (1989) for further references.

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085 - I PASSED FOR HUMAN: Mark Bingham

    1/ Short Wave                               (Bingham)                2:49
    2/ Cain Had Relations                       (Bingham)                2:59
    3/ Things I'd Like                          (Ginsberg, Stampfel,
                                                Bingham)                 4:44
    4/ His Children Think He's In Heaven        (Bingham)                4:30
    5/ Blood Music                              (Bingham)                6:40
    6/ Giant Steps                              (Coltrane)               2:16
    7/ She Belongs To The Start Of Time         (Bingham)                4:30
    8/ Another Jimi Hendrix                     (Bingham)                3:38
    9/ Sam The Banana Man                       (Ginsberg, Bingham)      4:03
    10/ French Lessons                          (Bingham)                4:29
    11/ Delta Sierra                            (Bingham)                3:28
    12/ Outcast Lament                          (Bingham)                3:07

    Recorded and mixed at Paris Records (Dallas), Gramavision (New York),
    Kampo Cultural Center (New York), The Living Room (New York)
      
  Joey Baron (1,2,7-10): drums; Brenden Harkin (1,7-10): bass, guitar; Mark 
  Bingham: S-50, guitar, voice, DX-7; Brian Cullman (1): samples; John Mooney
  (1-11): slide guitar, guitar; John Cleary (2-5,8-10): bass, S-50, guitar, 
  piano, organ, voice; Steve Swallow (2-6,11,12): bass; John Scofield (2-7,
  10-12): guitar; Lea Floden (2): voice; Elliott Sharp (2,11): tenor; John 
  Zorn (2,6,11): alto; Ricky Sebastian (3-6,11): drums; Michael Blair (3,6,8,
  9): cowbells, percussion, thumb ring, shaker; Ethyl Eichenberger (3): voice;
  Allen Ginsberg (3,9): voice; Miles Green (3,9,11): voice, recitation on 
  (11); Michael Smith (3): voice; Peter Stampfel (3): voice; Hal Willner (3):
  voice; Syd Straw (4): voice; Franklin Espinal (9): voice.

    1989 - Dog Gone Records, DOG-0006 (LP)
    1989 - Dog Gone Records, DOG-0006-CD (CD)
    1989 - Sky Ranch Records (France), SR 652305 (CD)

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086 - SORE KARA: Jagatara

    1/ Taboo Syndrome (Iccha Ikenai Shoukougun)
    2/ Godfather (Kuromaku)
    3/ Black Joke (Ki No Kiita Serifu)
    4/ Cash Card (Ka-Dojidai No Makuake)
    5/ Tsunagatta Sekai (Fuck Off!! Nostradamus)
    6/ Aru Heibon'Na Otoko No Ichinichi (A Day In The Life Of A Man)
    7/ Chuusan Kaikyuu Harlem - Ko John Lenon To Zen Fork Musician Ni Sasagu -
       (Middle Class Harlem)
    8/ Gan'Nen No Dodge Ball (Hei Say!)

  Akemi Edo: vocal; Nabe Chang: bass, chorus; Ebby: guitar, chorus; Oto: gui-
  tar, MC500, chorus; Teiyu: drums; Tomohiro Yahiro: percussions; Yohichi
  Murata: trombone; Masami Shinoda: saxophones; Ken Kitamura: keyboards;
  Sasuga Minami: chorus; Yukarin: chorus; Tetsuji Yoshida: trumpet; Kazutoki
  Umezu (5): alto, chorus; John Zorn (7): alto; Takeroh Sekijima (6): tuba;
  Hamza El Din (7): tar; Oh Akioka (6): cavaquinho; Yan Tomita (6): steel pan;
  Haruo Chikada (5): chorus; Ecd (5): chorus; Takayoshi Matsunaga (4): wood-
  bass; Tomohiro Karino (7): acoustic guitar; Mayumi Yokota (7) poem reading;
  Kumi Toyokawa (8): chorus; Hiroshi Kawabe (8): chorus; Miki Kojima (8):
  chorus; Kyoko Okamoto (8): chorus; Takuya Harada (8): chorus; Kotoko Harada
  (8) chorus; Chieko Beauty (8): chorus; Yasuo Yagi (8): chorus.

    1989 - BMG/RCA (Japan), R32H-1076 (CD)

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087 - MONICA TORNERA DOMENICA SERA: Seigen Ono

    1/ I Do Love You a Little                   (Ono)
    2/ Monica Tornera Domenica Sera             (Ono)

    1989 - Virgin (Japan), VJD-10218 (3" CD)

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088 - BANDES ORIGINALES DU JOURNAL SPIROU: various artists

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

  Zorn composed two tracks and plays on one with Blind Idiot God: 
  
    8/ Nuit Blanche Pour Les Gorilles           (Zorn)                   3:57
    14/ Spirou et Fantasio a New York           (Zorn)                   1:46

    Recorded at Sorcerer Studio, New York

  John Zorn (14): alto; Andy Hawkins: guitar, vocals; Gabriel Katz: bass, 
  vocals; Ted Epstein: drums, vocals.

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

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089 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY SPRING '89: various artists

  This promo tape features Bosho (1), Chunk (2), Big John Patton (3).

  Side 1:
    1/ ?					(Bosho)
    2/ ?					(Chunk)
  Side 2:
    2/ [untitled]				(Big John Patton)	29:30

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City in Spring 1989

  Big John Patton (3): organ; John Zorn (3): alto; Marc Ribot (3): guitar; 
  Jeff Hirshfield (3): drums.

    1989 (?) - A&M (USA), CS 17799 (CT)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.
  Note: no more information available on (1,2).

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090 - NAKED CITY: John Zorn

    1/ Batman                                   (Zorn)                   1:58
    2/ The Sicilian Clan                        (Ennio Morricone)        3:27
    3/ You Will Be Shot                         (Zorn)                   1:29
    4/ Latin Quarter                            (Zorn)                   4:05
    5/ A Shot in the Dark                       (Henry Mancini)          3:09
    6/ Reanimator                               (Zorn)                   1:34
    7/ Snagglepuss                              (Zorn)                   2:14
    8/ I Want to Live                           (Johnny Mandel)          2:08
    9/ Lonely Woman                             (Ornette Coleman)        2:38
    10/ Igneous Ejaculation                     (Zorn)                   0:20
    11/ Blood Duster                            (Zorn)                   0:13
    12/ Hammerhead                              (Zorn)                   0:08
    13/ Demon Sanctuary                         (Zorn)                   0:38
    14/ Obeah Man                               (Zorn)                   0:17
    15/ Ujaku                                   (Zorn)                   0:27
    16/ Fuck the Facts                          (Zorn)                   0:11
    17/ Speedball                               (Zorn)                   0:37
    18/ Chinatown                               (Jerry Goldsmith)        4:23
    19/ Punk China Doll                         (Zorn)                   3:01
    20/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                       (Zorn)                   0:43
    21/ Saigon Pickup                           (Zorn)                   4:46
    22/ The James Bond Theme                    (John Barry)             3:03
    23/ Den of Sins                             (Zorn)                   1:08
    24/ Contempt                                (Georges Delerue)        2:49
    25/ Graveyard Shift                         (Zorn)                   3:25
    26/ Inside Straight                         (Zorn)                   4:10
  
    Produced by John Zorn/Naked City

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith: 
  bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79238-1 (LP)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79238-2 (CD)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA), 9 79238-4 (CT)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (Germany), 9 79238-1 (LP)
    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (Germany), 7559-79238-2 (CD)

  Note: (23-25) are not available on the LP pressings.
  Note: according to Fred Frith, the name envisionned for Naked City was
  Hips Row.

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091 - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME 3: various artists

  This record features Doctor Nerve (1), No Safety (2,11), Gentle, Safe and
  Natural (3), The Thomas Chapin Trio (4), Negativland (5), Brandon Ross' The
  Overflow (6,12), Don Byron (7), Marilyn Crispell & Andrew Cyrille Duet (8),
  Slan (9,10).

  John Zorn plays on two tracks with Slan:

    9/ Rictus                                                            2:05
    10/ Z.O.G.                                                           2:15

    Recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City on January 16, 1990

  John Zorn: alto; Elliott Sharp: doubleneck guitarbass; Ted Epstein: drums.

    1990 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5299 (LP)
    1990 - A&M Records (USA), 75021 5299 2 (CD)
    1990 - A&M Records (USA), SP 5299 4 (CT)
    1990 - Enemy (Germany), EMY 113 (LP)
    1990 - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 113/EFA 03513-26 (CD)
    1991 (?) - Enemy (Germany), EMCD 120 KFW B1234 (4xCD)
    1991 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-99 (CD)
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-12345 (5xCD)

  Note: two tracks are not available on the LP pressings (which ones?).
  Note: the 5xCD box contains the five volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY.
  Note: the 4xCD box contains the first four volumes LIVE AT THE KNITTING 
  FACTORY.

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092 - STEP ACROSS THE BORDER: Fred Frith

  This record (soundtrack of a movie by Nicolas Humbert and Werner Penzel) 
  features Frith in different combinations with Iva Bittova, Hans Bruniusson, 
  Tom Cora, Tina Curran, Jean Derome, Pavel Fajt, Eino Haapala, Haco, Eitetsu
  Hayashi, Tim Hodgkinson, Lars Hollmer, Bill Laswell, René Lussier, Fred
  Maher, Kevin Norton, Bob Ostertag, Zeena Parkins, John Zorn.

    1/ Sparrow Song                             (Frith)                  1:28
    2/                                                                   4:24
      2a/ Voice Of America part 3		(Frith, Ostertag)
      2b/ Legs					(Frith, Laswell, Maher)
    3/                                                                   3:09
      3a/ Selluloid Restaurant			(Frith)
      3b/ The Old Man Puts Out The Fire		(Frith)
    4/ After Dinner                             (Haco)                   1:47
    5/ Houston St                               (Frith, Zorn)            2:54
    6/ Drum Factory                             (Frith)                  2:01
    7/ Regardless Of Rain                       (Frith, Cora)            3:05
    8/ Candy Machine                            (Frith)                  2:59
    9/ Romanisches Cafe                         (Frith)                  6:19
    10/ The Border                              (Frith, Hemenway)        3:29
    11/ Nirvana Again                           (Frith)                  1:53
    12/ Scottish Roppongi                       (Frith)                  1:46
    13/ Norrgarden Nyvla                        (Frith)                  2:58
    14/ Birds                                   (Frith, Hodgkinson)      2:18
    15/ The As Usual Dance Towards The Other Flight To What Is Not part 3
						(Frith)			 1:47
    16/ Williamsburg Bridge                     (Frith)                  1:53
    17/                                                                  4:10
      17a/ Same Old Me				(Frith)
      17b/ Williamsburg Bridge reprise		(Frith)
    18/ The As Usual Dance... etc. part 5       (Frith)                  2:24
    19/ Lost and Found                          (Frith)                  3:21
    20/ Nine By Nine                            (Frith, Hayashi)         5:52
    21/ Evolution                               (Frith)                  3:20
    22/ Union Square                            (Frith)                  1:41
    23/ Morning Song                            (Bittova, Fajt, Pitinsky)2:00
    24/ Voice Of America Part 4                 (Frith, Ostertag)        2:02
    25/ Too Much Too Little                     (Frith, Curran)          2:08
    26/ Too Late                             	(Frith)                  2:23

    (1,10) recorded at Sunrise, Kirchberg in December 1985
    (2a,24) recorded live at Pass, New York in January 1981
    (2a,22,24) recorded live in Munich in December 1989
    (2b) recorded at OAO Studio, New York in June 1981
    (3a,4) recorded at MUE Studio, Osaka in February 1988
    (3b,6,8,12,16,17b) recorded in Munich in December 1989
    (5,7) recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City in February 1989
    (9,12) recorded live at the Romanisches Cafe, Tokyo in February 1988
    (11) recorded live at Roulette, New York City in February 1988
    (13) recorded in Uppsala on July 1979
    (13) recorded at Sunrise, Kirchberg in July 1979
    (14,20,22) recorded live at Rox, Tokyo in February 1988
    (14) recorded in Yorkshire & Brixton in December 1988
    (15,18,26) recorded at Bavaria TV Studios in December 1989
    (17a,21,25) recorded in New York City in August 1983
    (19) recorded at Paosostr., Munich in July 1989
    (19) recorded in Provence in July 1989
    (23) recorded at Hotel room, Bern in March 1989

  Fred Frith (all but (4,23)): guitar, drums, vocals, percussion, bass, bot-
  tles, DX7, homemades, keyboards, violin, casio, "trumpet"; Tom Cora (1,7,
  10): cello, drums, vocals; Zeena Parkins (1,10): keyboards, drums, vocals;
  Bob Ostertag (2a,11,24): synthesizer, tapes, samples; Bill Laswell (2b,17a):
  bass; Fred Maher (2b,17a): drums; Haco (4): piano, vocals; John Zorn (5): 
  alto; René Lussier (11): bass; Kevin Norton (11): drums; Jean Derome (11):
  alto; Eino Haapala (13): guitar; Lars Hollmer (13): keyboards; Hans 
  Bruniusson (13,21): drums; Tim Hodgkinson (14): bass clarinet; Iva Bittova
  (19,23): vocals, violin; Pavel Fajt (19,23): beercans, guitar, vocals; 
  Eitetsu Hayashi (20): drums; Tina Curran (25): bass.

    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), RecRec 30 (2xLP)
    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), reCDec 30 (CD)
    ???? - ???, ??? (CT)
    1991 - East Side Digital (USA), ESD 80462 (CD)
    1991 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReVCec 30 (VHS)
    2002 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRO 03 (CD)
    2003 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 915 001-7 (DVD)

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093 - RUBAIYAT: Elektra's 40th Anniversary

  This record features covers of Elektra's artists by The Cure, Tracy Chapman,
  Billy Bragg, Jevetta Steele, Gipsy Kings, The Black Velvet Band, The 
  Sugarcubes, Shinehead, The Havalinas, Pixies, Faster Pussycat, Kronos 
  Quartet, Phoebe Show, Happy Mondays, Ernie Isley, Lynch Mob, Ambitious 
  Lovers, Anita Baker, Howard Jones, The Big F, The Georgia Satellites, Sara 
  Hickman, Teddy Pendergrass, Linda Ronstadt, Bill Frisell/Robin Holcomb/
  Wayne Horvitz, Jackson Browne, 10,000 Maniacs, Metallica, Danny Gatton, 
  Shaking Family, They Might Be Giants, Howard Hewett, Leaders Of The New 
  School, Shirley Murdock, John Eddie, The Beautiful South, Michael Feinstein, 
  John Zorn.

    38/ T.V. Eye                                (The Stooges)            2:23

    Recorded at B.C. Studio, Brooklyn, NY

  John Zorn: alto; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals; Robert Quine: guitar; Bill Laswell: 
  bass; Ted Epstein: drums.

    1990 - Elektra (USA), 9 60940-1 (4xLP)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), 9 60940-2 (2xCD)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), ??? (2xCT)
    1990 - Elektra (UK), EKT 78 60940-1 (4xLP)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), PRCD 8216-2 (1xCD)
    1990 - Elektra (USA), PRCD 8208-2 + 9 60940-2 (4xCD)

  Note: the 1xCD is a sampler (promotion only) called SELECTIONS FROM RUBAIYAT
  with the same song.
  Note: the 4xCD box (promotion only) is called RUBAIYAT: THE ORIGINALS and is
  made of the commercial 2xCD set + an extra 2xCD set with the originals of 
  the songs.

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094 - SQUARE DANCE: The Intergalactic Maiden Ballet

    1/ Elephant Head                            (Mayer)                  4:59
    2/ Trap Dance                               (Jordi, Philipp)         5:15
    3/ The World Is Not Necessarily Fair        (Haerter, Mayer)         5:08
    4/ Fly Flap                                 (Philipp)                3:56
    5/ Deangevils                               (Haerter)                7:33
    6/ Ballet Of Deception                      (Jordi)                  8:46
    7/ Petrol Philipp                           (Jordi)                  5:06
    8/ Kick Town                                (Philipp)                6:33

    Recorded at Woodhouse Studio, Dortmund on June 11-13, 1989 and at A & R
    Studio, New York City on October 14, 1989
    Produced by T.I.M.B. and Gust W.Tsilis

  Harald Haerter: guitar; John Zorn (2,4,7,8): alto; Roland Philipp: saxes;
  Thomas Jordi: bass; Jojo Mayer: drums.

    1990 - Tiptoe (Germany), Tiptoe 807804 (LP)
    1990 - Tiptoe (Germany), Tiptoe 888804 (CD)

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095 - ATTENTION SPAN: Bob Ostertag

  Though John Zorn does not play on this record, his music is extensively 
  sampled by Ostertag.

  Slam Dunk:                                    (Ostertag, Zorn)        23:19
    1/ Power
    2/ Paper Jam
    3/ Warning
    4/ And Gate
    5/ Necker Cube
    6/ Fold
    7/ Ebb Tide
    8/ Marketing Research
    9/ Fixed Resistor
    10/ Radiant Power
    11/ Depth Reversal
    12/ Dangerous Zone
    13/ Hit The Road
    14/ Smoking
    15/ Waiting
    16/ Electric Flux
    17/ Cocktail Lounge
    18/ Coat Check
    19/ Detour
    20/ Meter
    21/ Circuit Breaker
    22/ Surge Impedence
    23/ Vision
    24/ Black, To A Chimp
    25/ Neon
    26/ Emergency Shop
  Sleepless:                                    (Ostertag, Frith)       19:57
    27/ Flame
    28/ Bone
    29/ Jolt
    30/ Bolt
    31/ Loops
    32/ Drowning Offshore

    Samples of Zorn recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in Septem-
    ber 1989
    (1-26) recorded at Mills College, Oakland in December 1989
    Samples of Frith recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in Sep-
    tember 1989
    (27-29,31) recorded at Mills College, Oakland in November 1989
    (30,32) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in September 1989

  Bob Ostertag: sampler, playing samples of John Zorn (1-26) and Fred Frith
  (27-32); Fred Frith (30,32): guitar.

    1990 - RecRec Music (Switzerland), ReCDec 33 (CD)
    1990 - Rift (USA), Rift 14 (CD)
    2001 - Seeland (USA), 519 (limited edition CD-R in metal box)
  
  Note: the 2001 Seeland reissue is a limited "hand-made" CD-R edition in
  screened metal tin with inserts.

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

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

    23/ Blue Of Noon                            (Zorn)                   1:05

    No recording information

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

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

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097 - TORTURE GARDEN: Naked City

    1/ Blood is Thin                            (Zorn)                   1:00
    2/ Demon Sanctuary                          (Zorn)                   0:38
    3/ Thrash Jazz Assassin                     (Zorn)                   0:45
    4/ Dead Spot                                (Zorn)                   0:31
    5/ Bonehead                                 (Zorn)                   0:51
    6/ Speedball                                (Zorn)                   0:37
    7/ Blood Duster                             (Zorn)                   0:13
    8/ Pile Driver                              (Zorn)                   0:33
    9/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng                      (Zorn)                   1:14
    10/ Numbskull                               (Zorn)                   0:29
    11/ Perfume Of A Critic's Burning Flesh     (Zorn)                   0:24
    12/ Jazz Snob Eat Shit                      (Zorn)                   0:24
    13/ The Prestidigitator                     (Zorn)                   0:43
    14/ No Reason To Believe                    (Zorn)                   0:26
    15/ Hellraiser                              (Zorn)                   0:39
    16/ Torture Garden                          (Zorn)                   0:35
    17/ Slan                                    (Zorn)                   0:23
    18/ Hammerhead                              (Zorn)                   0:08
    19/ The Ways Of Pain                        (Zorn)                   0:31
    20/ The Noose                               (Zorn)                   0:10
    21/ Sack Of Shit                            (Zorn)                   0:43
    22/ Blunt Instrument                        (Zorn)                   0:53
    23/ Osaka Bondage                           (Zorn)                   1:14
    24/ Igneous Ejaculation                     (Zorn)                   0:20
    25/ Shallow Grave                           (Zorn)                   0:40
    26/ Ujaku                                   (Zorn)                   0:27
    27/ Kaoru                                   (Zorn)                   0:50
    28/ Dead Dread                              (Zorn)                   0:45
    29/ Billy Liar                              (Zorn)                   0:10
    30/ Victims Of Torture                      (Zorn)                   0:22
    31/ Speedfreaks                             (Zorn)                   0:29
    32/ New Jersey Scum Swamp                   (Zorn)                   0:41
    33/ S & M Sniper                            (Zorn)                   0:14
    34/ Pigfucker                               (Zorn)                   0:23
    35/ Cairo Chop Shop                         (Zorn)                   0:22
    36/ Fuck The Facts                          (Zorn)                   0:11
    37/ Obeah Man                               (Zorn)                   0:17
    38/ Facelifter                              (Zorn)                   0:34
    39/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                       (Zorn)                   0:43
    40/ Whiplash                                (Zorn)                   0:19
    41/ The Blade                               (Zorn)                   0:36
    42/ Gob Of Spit                             (Zorn)                   0:18

    Recorded in Brooklyn, New York City and Tokyo 1989-1990
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; 
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1990 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), S-039-CS (CT)
    1990 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), Shimmy 0...039 (45RPM 12")
    1991 - Earache (UK), Mosh 28 (LP)
    1991 - Earache (UK), Mosh 28 MC (CT)
    1990 - Rough Trade (Germany?), no number (promo LP)
    1991 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88557 (CD)
    1993 - Shimmy-Disc (USA), 039 (CD)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312-2 (2xCD)
    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312 (CD)

  Note: all the songs except (2,6,7,18,24,26,36,37,39) are also available on
  GRAND GUIGNOL (1992).
  Note: (2,6,7,18,24,26,36,37,39) were previously released on NAKED CITY
  (1990).
  Note: the Tzadik reissues are called BLACKBOX and also includes LENG TCH'E
  (1992).

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098 - GRIND CRUSHER - THE ULTIMATE EARACHE: various bands from Earache

  This record features songs by Morbid Angel (1), Repulsion (2), Carcass (3),
  Godflesh (4), Terrorizer (5), Hellbastard (6), Carnage (7), Naked City (8),
  Filthy Christians (9), Old Lady Drivers (10), Intense Degree (11), Sore
  Throat (12), Napalm Death (13), Entombed (14), Nocturnus (15), Bolt Thrower
  (16), Lawnmower Deth (17), Cadaver (18), Sweet Tooth (19), Mighty Force
  (20), Spazztic Blurr (21), Heresy (22), Unseen Terror (23).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Naked City:

    8/ Osaka Bondage

    1991 - Earache (UK), MOSH 35 (2xLP)
    1991 - Earache (UK), MOSH 35CD (CD)
    1991 - Combat/Earache, 88561-2027-2 (CD)
    ???? - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88558 (CD)

  Note: this record is also called GRIND CRUSHER II.

  See TORTURE GARDEN (1990) or GRAND GUIGNOL (1992) for further references on (8).

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099 - FESTIVAL MIMI 89: various artists

  This records features Looping Home Orchestra (1), Pop Mekhanika (2), Nimal
  Group (3), Orthotonics (4), Fred Frith and John Zorn (5), Harmonia Viva (6),
  Appel A Tous (7), Maximalist (8).

  John Zorn plays on one track in duo with Fred Frith:

    5/ Improvisation                            (Zorn, Frith)            5:50

    Recorded live, July 6-9, 1989

  Fred Frith: guitar; John Zorn: alto.

    1990 - Association AMI (France), AMI 2003 (LP)

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100 - THE ART OF BEAUTIFUL BUTLING: Sovetskoe Foto 

    1/ 2011395                                  (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   4:46
    2/ Dear Diane                               (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:25
    3/ Baby Strange                             (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:27
    4/ Love Theme                               (Huber, Sterr)           1:35
    5/ Everything I Had                         (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   2:27
    6/ Harbour Of Fool                          (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   4:02
    7/ 1000 Miles                               (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:14
    8/ Misfit                                   (Huber, Sterr)           2:30
    9/ Beauty Spot                              (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:20
    10/ Crimson & Love                          (Huber, Sterr, Haegle)   3:00

    Recorded at Sound Fabrik in Munich
    Produced by Sovetskoe Foto with Martin Bisi

  Walter Sterr: guitars; Georg S. Huber: bass; Jochen Haegle: vocals; Jan
  Zelinka: drums; Stefanie Kammerlander: cello (4,10); Sankar Lal: tablas (4);
  Fred Frith: guitar (1,2,5,9); John Zorn: sax (5).

    1990 - 1st REC (Germany), SPV 008-93231 (LP)
    1990 - 1st REC (Germany), SPV 084 - 93232 (CD)

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101 - DEBACLE: THE FIRST DECADE: Violent Femmes

    1/ Gimmie The Car                           (Gano)                   5:06
    2/ Nightmares                               (Gano)                   3:33
    3/ Black Girls                              (Gano)                   5:42
    4/ Add It Up                                (Gano)                   4:44
    5/ Children Of The Revolution               (Marc Bolan)             4:19
    6/ Good Feeling                             (Gano)                   3:51
    7/ Gone Daddy Gone                          (Gano)                   3:05
    8/ Fat                                      (Gano)                   1:49
    9/ Old Mother Reagan                        (Gano)                   0:31
    10/ Blister In The Sun                      (Gano)                   2:25
    11/ Country Death Song                      (Gano)                   5:03
    12/ Ugly                                    (Gano)                   2:20
    13/ World We're Living In                   (Gano)                   5:13

    (1,3,4,6,7,10-12) produced by Mark Van Hecke
    (5,9) produced by Jerry Harrison
    (2,8,13) produced by Violent Femmes & Warren Bruleigh

  Gordon Gano: lead vocals, guitar, violin; Brian Ritchie: bass, vocals, xylo-
  phone, jew's harp, guitar; Victor DeLorenzo: drums, percussion, vocals;
  Peter Balestrieri (3,13): tenor, baritone saxophone; Drake Scott (3): corn-
  etto; John Zorn (3): alto, game calls; Jerry Harrison (5): keyboards, gui-
  tar; Fred Frith (5): guitar solo; Steve Scales: percussion; Junior Brantley
  (5): keyboards; Shirley Simms (5): vocals; Lovelace Redmond (5): vocals;
  Connie Blomberg (5): vocals; Arlene Holmes (5): vocals; Mark Van Hecke (6):
  piano; Tony Trischka (11): banjo; Sigmond Snopek III (13): keyboards.

    1990 - Liberation Records/Slash (Australia), D30477 (CD)
    1990 - Liberation Records/Slash (?), D24515 (CD)
    1990 (?) - Libea (Germany), ??? (LP)
    1990 (?) - Libea (Germany), ??? (CD)
    1990 (?) - Festi (Netherlands), ??? (CD)

  See HALLOWED GROUND (1984) for further references on (3).

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102 - No title: John Zorn and Napalm Death

  This record is a flexi which came in with the issue #85 (September 1990) of
  the magazine THE CATALOGUE.

    1/ Osaka Bondage            by Naked City
    2/ Malicious Intent         by Napalm Death
    3/ Shang Kuan Ling-Feng     by Naked City

    1990 - The Catalogue (UK), CAT085 (magazine+flexi)
  
  See TORTURE GARDEN (1990) for further references on (1,3).

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103 - RADIO HOUR: John Zorn

  "A one-hour special hosted by John Zorn, spinning discs by his favorite
  artists and Naked City."

  The favorite artists are Mauricio Kagel, Napalm Death, James Blood Ulmer,
  Hasil Adkins, Juan Garcia Esquivel, Roland Kirk, Jazz Composer's Orchestra,
  Hüsker Dü, Die Kreuzen, Naked City, Indian Karnatic Jazz (directed by  T.K.
  Ramamurthi), Funkadelic, Beach Boys, Ennio Morricone, John Zorn, Lenny
  Tristano.

    1/ John Zorn Radio Hour, Part I                                     27:33
    2/ John Zorn Radio Hour, Part II                                    33:03
    3/ The James Bond Theme                                              3:02
    4/ Graveyard Shift                                                   3:25
    5/ Gotham (formerly Batman)                                          1:58
    6/ Latin Quarter                                                     4:05

    1990 - Elektra (USA), PRCD 8195-2 (CD)

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104 - THUNDERING HERD: THE BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS: The Golden Palominos

  Disc 1:
    1/ A Little Older                                                    0:08
    2/ Clustering Train                         (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    6:11
    3/ Lucky                                    (Kidney)                 4:58
    4/ Angels                                   (Fier, Blegvad, Straw)   5:05
    5/ Diamond                                  (Peter Holsapple)        4:46
    6/ Brides of Jesus                          (Payne, George)          3:27
    7/ Buenos Aries                             (AF, Skopelitis, Straw)  3:47
    8/ Under The Cap                            (Fier, Lindsay)          5:38
    9/ Silver Bullet                            (AF,JH, Straw, Cullum)   5:12
    10/ A Letter Back                           (Kidney)                 7:10
    11/ The Push And The Shove                  (Kidney)                 4:32
    12/ Strong, Simple Silences                 (Fier, Blegvad)          4:19
    13/ Work Was New                            (Fier, Blegvad)          4:08
    14/ The Animal Speaks                       (Kidney)                 4:07
    15/ Over                                    (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 7:32
  Disc 2:
    16/ I've Been The One                       (Lowell George)          3:15
    17/ Boy (Go)                                (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    5:31
    18/ Darklands                               (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:46
    19/ Something Becomes Nothing               (Fier, Blegvad, Sweet)   5:10
    20/ Wild River                              (Kidney)                 4:44
    21/ Only One Party                          (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:32
    22/ Omaha                                   (Skip Spence)            3:12
    23/ (Kind of) True                          (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:50
    24/ Faithless Heart                         (Fier, Harris, Dixon)    4:08
    25/ I.D.                                    (Fier, Lindsay)          6:45
    26/ Angel Of Death                          (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 4:50
    27/ Shattered Image                         (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 5:28
    28/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder      (AF, Harris, Blegvad)    5:23
    29/ A Little Older                                                   0:05

    1990 - Oceana Records (USA), 4105-2-Q (2xCD)
    1990 - Oceana Records (USA), ??? (2xCT)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (8,25).

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105 - YOU'LL NEVER BREAK MY HEART OF STONE, LIVE AT PIT INN: Fusanosuke Kondou

    1/ No Man Is An Island
    2/ When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
    3/ No No Boy
    4/ Heart Of Stone
    5/ Jealous Guy
    6/ Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
    7/ A Whiter Shade Of Pale
    8/ Come See About Me
    9/ Sweet Little Angel
    10/ Don't Let Me Down
    11/ Drown In My Own Tears
    12/ Cigarettes & Coffee
    13/ Let Me Love You
    14/ Cisco Kid

    Recorded live at Pit Inn on January 21, 1990

  Fusanosuke Kondo: vocals, guitar; Atsuo Okamoto: drums; Naoki Watanabe:
  bass; Hijikata Takayuki: guitar; Masao Nakajima: guitar; John Zorn (5,6,10,
  14): alto; Seiichiro Kuribayashi: chorus; Koshi Inaba: chorus; Yukio
  Tsubokura: chorus; Shinji Shiotsugu: guitar.

    1990 - BMG (Japan), B29D-14102 (CD)

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106 - PARTY ANIMAL: Haruo Togashi

    1/ Stoned Buddha				(Ray Hearn, Chappy, Togashi)
    2/ Pink Panther				(Mancini)
    3/ Party Animal				(Togashi)
    4/ Funky Sushi				(Ray Hearn)
    5/ Bonboko					(Togashi, Yamaki)
    6/ Freedom Bowl				(Togashi, Togashi)
    7/ Chameleon Smoke				(Togashi)
    8/ Tonde China				(Togashi, Togashi)
    9/ Air Head					(Togashi, Togashi)
    10/ Shura-Shu-Shu				(Togashi, Togashi)

    Recorded at Studio Impulse and Spring, Tokyo on June 16 and August 15, 
    1990

  Haruo Togashi: keyboards, vocals; Chappy (1): vocals; Tomoyasu Hotei (1,8): 
  guitar; Hideo Yamaki (1,3,4,6,9,10): drums; Mann Monroe (1,5): chorus; 
  Phyllis Talley (1,5): chorus; DJ Takada (1,9): scratch; Bravo Komatsu (2,4):
  guitar; Kaz Fukuda (4,9): vocals; Daisuke (5): chorus; Masashi Miyano (5,6,
  10): chorus, guitar; Hidemi (5): chorus; Reck (6): guitar; John Zorn (6,8):
  alto; Minako Yoshida (7): chorus; "Mimi" Izumi Kobayashi (8): chorus; Reichi
  (8,10): drums; Ruri Shioi (8,10): bass; Takeshi Aseda (8): bass; Azabu 
  10-Ban Gassyodan (8): chorus; Ardi (9): vocals; Tsugutoshi Goto (9): bass; 
  Kiki (10): vocals.
 
    1990 - Alfa Records (Japan), ALCA-84 (CD)

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107 - ABSOLUT CD #2 - THE JAPANESE PERSPECTIVE: various artists

  This record features works by Yuji Takahashi, Yoshiaki Ochi and Yoshihisa
  Ochi, Ushio Torikai, Yoshihisa Taira, Yoriaki Matsudaira, Roughage, Akira
  Sakata, Yamatsuka Eye and John Zorn, Ruins, Michihiro Satoh, Merzbow,
  Haruna Miyake, Ikue Mori, Toru Takemitsu.

    8/ Rectal Mucus                             (Zorn)                   2:50

    Recorded during the NY-Tokyo Noisefest at the Knitting Factory in 1990

  Yamatsuka Eye: vocals; John Zorn: alto.

    1990 - Absolut, Absolut #2 (CD)

  Note: this record contains also two tracks produced by Zorn, one with the 
  Ruins, and one with Michihiro Satoh (material available on other records).

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108 - God, Terminal Cheesecake

    1/ Meathead                                 (Terminal Cheesecake)
    2/ Car First                                (God)

  John Zorn (2): alto; Justin Broadrick (2): guitar; etc.

    1990 - Clawfist Records (?), ??? (7")

  Note: limited edition split single (1400 copies only).

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109 - IGNORANCE: Morrie

    1/ Cosmos No Nakani
    2/ Paradox
    3/ Sajyou No Fuukei
    4/ Boukyakuhakusyo
    5/ Nagamenoii Anata
    6/ Sexsetudan
    7/ Kiiro Ga Fukidasu
    8/ Kokodehanai Dokoka
    9/ Stranger

    Produced by Roli Mosimann and Morrie

  Morrie; Will Lee: Bass Dan Hovey: guitar; Shoyo Iida (5): guitar; Larry
  Baeder: guitar; Roli Mosimann: keyboards; Anthony Lewis: drums; John Zorn:
  alto; Michele Amar: programming; Michiko Yoshida (4): vocals; Seiji Nomoto
  (6): vocals; Hahn Rowe: violin; Bruce Purse: trumpet.

    1990 - BMG Victor (Japan), BVCR 21 (CD)

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110 - ELEKTRA NONESUCH SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features John Adams (1), Terry Riley (2), Kurt Weil/Berthold
  Brecht (3), Philip Glass (4), Ingram Marshall (5), John Harbison (6), John
  Zorn/Naked City (7), Neil Rolnick (8), Igor Stravinsky (9), Wayne Horvitz
  (10), Steve Reich (11)

  John Zorn plays on one track with Naked City:

    7/ Chinatown                                (Jerry Goldsmith)

    1990 - Elektra Nonesuch (USA?), ??? (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (7).

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111 - CERTAIN DAMAGE! VOLUME 26: various artists

  This record features The House Of Love (1), Gunbunnies (2), Breathers (3),
  Poi Dog Pondering (4), Chills (5), Blue Aeroplanes (6), John Zorn (7,8),
  Chemical Wedding (9), The Church (10), Rockphonics (11), Trilobites (12),
  Del Amitri (13), God's Little Monkeys (14), Blue Clocks Green (15), The
  Fall (16), Social Act (17), Cretins (18), Luka Bloom (19).

  John Zorn plays on two tracks:

    7/ Batman                                   (Zorn)                   2:02
    8/ N.Y. Flat Top Box                        (Zorn)                   0:46

    1990 - CMJ (USA), CMJ CD-26 (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (7,8).

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112 - OCTOBER MEETING 87 1: various artists

  This record features works by Zorn, Guus Janssen, Christian Marclay and 
  Louis Sclavis.

  Total Loss - Tribute to Misha Mengelberg
    1/ Number One                               (Misha Mengelberg)       7:55
    2/ G-Blues                                  (Misha Mengelberg)       7:31
    3/ Broezimann                               (Misha Mengelberg)       8:17

    Recorded live during the Octobermeeting 1987, Amsterdam on October 16-24,
    1987

  John Zorn: alto; Guus Janssen: piano; Mark Dresser: bass; Martin van 
  Duynhoven: drums.

    1991 (?) - Bimhuis Records (Netherlands), Bimhuis 001 (CD)

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113 - NEKONOTOPIA NEKONOMANIA: Seigen Ono

    1/ A Person And The Photography             (Ono)                    2:52
    2/ An Apple In The Freezer                  (Ono)                    1:55
    3/ Enishie                                  (Ono)                    1:23
    4/ Nekonotopia Nekonomania                  (Ono)                    0:49
    5/ My First Wish                            (Ono)                    3:45
    7/ A Person And The Photography             (Ono)                    2:13

    Recorded at Saidera Studios, Tokyo in November and December 1989

  John Zorn: alto; Seigen Ono: acoustic guitar, 12-strings guitars, Prophet 5; 
  Hiroki Miyano: Ovation guitar; Tomohiro Yahiro: percussion. 

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

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114 - EARACHE SAMPLER #2: various artists

  This promo cassette features  Napalm Death (1), Cadaver (2), Sweet Tooth
  (3), Mighty Force (4), John Zorn & Naked City (5), Nocturnus (6), Lawnmower
  Deth (7), Carnage (8).

    5/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng                      (John Zorn)

    1990 - Earache (UK), MOSH PROMO 2 (CT)

  Note: for promotional use only, not for sale.

  See TORTURE GARDEN for further references on (5).

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115 - THE MADE TO MEASURE RENDEZ-VOUS: various artists

  This record features Zelwer (1,10), Steve Shehan (2), Gabor G. Kristof
  (3-5), Daniel Schell & Karo (6),Seigen Ono (7-9), etc.

    7/ A Person And The Photography
    8/ Enishie
    9/ NekonoTopia, NekonoMania

    1991 - Made To Measure/Crammed Discs (Belgium), MTM RV-1 (CD)

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116 - 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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117 - IMPROVISED MUSIC NEW YORK 1981

    1/ untitled                                                          1:21
    2/ untitled                                                          5:04
    3/ untitled                                                          4:33
    4/ untitled                                                          5:50
    5/ untitled                                                          6:42
    6/ untitled                                                          5:46
    7/ untitled                                                          3:48

    Recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City on September 18, 1981

  Derek Bailey: guitar; Fred Frith: guitar; Sonny Sharrock: guitar; John Zorn: 
  horns; Bill Laswell: bass; Charles K. Noyes: percussion.

    1991 - Muworks Records, MU W 1007 (CD)
    1992 - Muworks Records (Japan), TKCB-30574 (CD)

  Note: this is a live performance by Material, but due to contractual obli-
  gations it could not be called Material.

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118 - MAIS: Marisa Monte

    1/ Beija Eu                                 (Monte, Antunes, Lindsay)3:10
    2/ Volte Para O Seu Lar                     (Arnaldo Antunes)        4:41
    3/ Ainda Lembro                             (Monte, Nando Reis)      4:05
    4/ De Noite Na Cama                         (Caetano Veloso)         4:24
    5/ Rosa                                     (Pixinguinha, De Souza)  2:43
    6/ Borboleta                                (trad.)                  1:56
    7/ Ensaboa                                                           4:15
    8/ Eu Nao Sou Da Sua Rua                    (Branco Mello, Antunes)  1:29
    9/ Diariamente                              (Nando Reis)             4:05
    10/ Eu Sei                                  (Monte)                  2:40
    11/ Tudo Pela Metade                        (Monte, Nando Reis)      4:11
    12/ Mustapha                                (Nando Reis, Monte)      2:23

    Recorded at Creative Studio, New York between September and November 1990
    Produced by Arto Lindsay

  Marisa Monte: vocals; Dougie Bowne (1,2,4,11): drums; Melvin Gibbs (1,2,4,
  11): bass; Marc Ribot (1,2,4,11): guitar; Bernie Worrell (1,2,4,11): key-
  boards; Naná Vasconcelos (2,4,8,11): percussion; John Zorn (2,7): alto;
  Marty Ehrlich (2,7): tenor; Arto Lindsay (2,4,10,11): vocals, guitar;
  Robertinho Do Recife (3,6,10,12): guitars; Armando Marcal (3,4,5,7,10, 12):
  percussion; Ryuichi Sakamoto (3,5,7,10,12): keyboards; Prince Vasconcelos De
  Bois (6): percussion; Gigante Brazil (7,10,12): drums; Ricardo Feijao (7,10,
  12): bass; Perinho Santana (7,10,12): guitar; Romero Lubambo (8,9): acoustic
  guitar; Carol Emanuel (9): harp; Cyro Baptista (9): percussion; Criançada
  (11): backing vocals.

    1991 - World Pacific, CDP 7 96104 2 (CD)
    1991 - EMI (Brazil), 796081 1 (LP)

  Note: Prince Vasconcelos De Bois and Naná Vasconcelos are the same person.

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119 - GUTS OF A VIRGIN: Pain Killer

    1/ Scud Attack                                                       3:07
    2/ Deadly Obstacle Collage                                           0:21
    3/ Damage To The Mask                                                2:43
    4/ Guts Of A Virgin                                                  1:19
    5/ Handjob                                                           0:10
    6/ Portent                                                           4:00
    7/ Hostage                                                           2:24
    8/ Lathe Of God                                                      0:56
    9/ Dr. Phibes                                                        3:00
    10/ Purgatory Of Fiery Vulvas                                        0:26
    11/ Warhead                                                          1:12
    12/ Devil's Eye                                                      4:37

    Recorded at Greenpoint, Brooklyn in April 1991

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Laswell: bass; Mick Harris: drums, vocals.

    1991 - Earache (UK), Mosh 45 (45RPM 12")
    1991 - Earache (UK), Mosh 45 CD (CD)
    1991 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88561 (CD)
    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7317 (4xCD)
    1998 - Earache (UK), MOSH 198 (CD)

  Note: the Japanese pressing has the original cover which was banned in UK.
  Note: the Earache reissue also contains BURIED SECRETS.

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120 - 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;
  Bär: 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)
    2010 - Plain (USA), PLAIN 136LP (LP)

  Note: John Zorn plays alto on (9), although his name is not cited among the
  musicians.

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121 - LIVE IN JAPAN: Valentina Ponomareva

  This record features Valentina Ponomareva in different combinations with 
  Vladimir Chekasin, Bill Laswell, Vladimir Tarasov, Kazutoki Umezu, Haruna 
  Miyake, Yuji Takahashi, Ayuo Takahashi, John Zorn.

    5/ Koseinenkin Hall II                                               8:40

    Recorded in April 1989

  Valentina Ponomareva: vocals; John Zorn: alto.

    1991 - Leo Records (UK), CD LR 175 (CD)

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122 - LO FLUX TUBE: Old

    4/ Lo Flux Tube                             (Dubin, Plotkin)        

  Jim Plotkin: guitars, samples, programming; Alan Dubin: voice; Jason 
  Everman: bass; John Zorn: turbo sax.

    1991 - Earache, MOSH41 (LP)
    1991 - Earache/Relativity, 88561-1094-2 (CD)

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123 - REAL TIME 2: Yuji Takahashi conducts music by Zorn, Miyake, Maceda

  This record features three compositions by John Zorn, Haruna Miyake, and
  Jose Maceda.

    1/ For Your Eyes Only                       (John Zorn)             13:25
    2-5/ The Time Of Melancholy                 (Haruna Miyake)         22:58
    6/ Dissemination                            (Jose Maceda)           33:54

    Recorded on February 6, 1991

  Tokyo Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yuji Takahashi; Masahiko Togashi 
  (2-5): percussions; Haruna Miyake (2-5): piano, synthesizer; Jose Maceda: 
  conductor on (6).

    1991 - Fontec (Japan), FOCD3151 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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

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

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

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

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

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125 - WIENER PRASENTIERT NONESUCH DIE MUSIK FUR EIN NEUES ZEITALTER: various
  artists

  This record Features Kronos Quartet/Aulis Sallinen (1), San Francisco
  Symphony/John Adams (2), Richard Goode/Ludwig Van Beethoven (3), Kronos
  Quartet/Steve Reich (4), John Zorn/John Barry (5), Akiko Yano/Takahaschi
  (6), London Symphony Orchestra /Steve Reich (7), Mieczyslaw Horszowski/
  Frederic Chopin (8), Kronos Quartet/John Zorn (9), World Saxophone Quartet/
  Duke Ellington (10), Michael Riesman/Philip Glass (11), Kronos Quartet/
  Samuel Barber (12), Bill Frisell (13).

    5/ James Bond Theme                         (John Barry)             3:06
    9/ Forbidden Fruit                          (John Zorn)             10:19

    1991 - Elektra (Germany), 7559-79267-2 ZP (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (5).
  See SPILLANE (1987) for further references on (9).

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126 - AKKORDEON-MUSIK DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS: Mie Miki

    1/ De Profundis				(Sofia Gubaidalina)	12:05
    2/ Auf Flügeln Der Harfe			(Nicolaus A. Huber)	15:17
    3/ Tango Prism Op. 73			(Maki Ishii)		 8:06
    4/ Acco-Music Op. 225			(Ernst Krenek)		 6:46
    5/ Road Runner				(John Zorn)		 5:14
    6/ Like A Water-Buffalo			(Yuji Takahashi)	 9:34

    Recorded at Haus Rahe, Bonn (Germany) in October 1991
    Produced by David Klavins

  Mie Miki: accordion.

    1991 - Klavins Music (Germany), KM 019 (LP)

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127 - THE MUSEUM INSIDE THE TELEPHONE NETWORK: various arstists

  This 2xCD set features Norimizu Ameya, Nobuyoshi Araki, Arata Isozaki,
  Javier Vallhonrat, Robert Wilson, Tsutomu Kaneko, Rika Kayama, Jyunzou
  Kawada, Allen Ginsberg, Ingo Günter, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, John Cage, Kouji
  Kondou, Akira Sakata, Fumitaka Satou, Kishin Shinoyama, Derek Jarman, Shu
  Kei, John Giorno, John Zorn, Mitsuhiro Takemura, Jacques Derrida, Kenji
  Nakagami, [CD2] Takashi Nibuya, Ichirou Nodaira, William S. Burroughs, Allen
  Bank, Renzo Piano, Pierre Boulez, William Forsythe, Mamoru Fujieda, Pontus
  Hulten, Teiji Furuhashi, Shuhei Hosokawa, Christian Boltanski, Jackson
  MacLow, Judith Malina, Suguru Yamaguchi, Masao Yamaguchi, Steve Reich, Arto
  Lindsay & Peter Scherer, Rick Russo & Bronwyn Rucker, Toshiharu Ito, Keiichi
  Irie, Toshio Iwai, Haruhiko Shono, Yuji Takahashi.

  John Zorn plays on one track with Naked City:

    ?/ Speed Freaks                             (John Zorn)		 0:49

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Fred Frith:
  bass; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals; Joey Baron: drums.

    1992 - NTT (Japan), no catalog number (2xCD)

  Note: this promotion only 2xCD set was produced by "InterCommunication '91 
  Executive Committee"; it is not clear what is the name of the label (if
  there is any...).

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128 - A.V. ARTS SAMPLER VOL. 1 (KNITTING FACTORY - MUWORKS): various artists

  This audio companion to the issue 13 of the magazine MUSICHE features Lydia 
  Lunch (1), Zahar (2), Marilyn Crispell & Gerry Hemingway Duo (3), Machine 
  Gun (4), Samm Bennett & Chunk (5,8), Third Person (6,10), Bailey/Frith/
  Sharrock/Zorn/Laswell/K. Noyes (7), Thomas Chapin & Borah Bergman (9), 
  Thomas Chapin (11).

  John Zorn plays on one track:

    7/ Improvised Music New York                (DB,FF,SS,JZ,BL,CKN)     1:21

    1992 - Musiche/A.V. Arts (Italy), No 13 (magazine+CT)

  Note: this tape was given away with the issue 13 of the Italian magazine 
  MUSICHE.

  See IMPROVISED MUSIC NEW YORK 1981 (1991) for further references on (7).

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129 - A HISTORY: VOL. 1 (1982-1985): The Golden Palominos

  This record contains most of the songs available on the first and second
  Golden Palominos.

    1/ Hot Seat                                 (Fier, Miller, Noyes)    5:15
    2/ Under The Cap                            (Fier, Lindsay)          5:33
    3/ Monday Night                             (Fier, Lindsay)          6:30
    5/ I.D.                                     (Fier, Lindsay)          6:45
    6/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)   7:42

    1992 - Metronome Records/Restless, 7 72651-2 (CD)
    1992 - Mau Mau Records (UK), MAUCD 625 (CD)
    1992 - Metronome Records/Restless (USA), 7 72651-4 (CT)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references.

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130 - MORE NEWS FOR LULU: John Zorn, George Lewis, Bill Frisell

    1/ Blue Minor I                             (Sonny Clark)            6:04
    2/ Hank's Other Tune                        (Hank Mobley)            6:21
    3/ News For Lulu                            (Sonny Clark)            5:26
    4/ Gare Guillemins                          (Misha Mengelberg)       3:47
    5/ Minor Swing                              (Big John Patton)        5:40
    6/ KD's Motion/Windmill                     (Kenny Dorham)           5:02
    7/ Funk In Deep Freeze                      (Hank Mobley)            4:36
    8/ Eastern Incident                         (Sonny Clark)            5:58
    9/ Lotus Blossom                            (Kenny Dorham)           4:15
    10/ Melanie                                 (Freddie Redd)           6:40
    11/ Ole                                     (Freddie Redd)           5:01
    12/ Blue Minor II                           (Sonny Clark)            5:04
    13/ Peckin' Time                            (Hank Mobley)            3:29
    14/ Blues, Blues, Blues                     (Freddie Redd)           4:42
    15/ Melody For C                            (Sonny Clark)            5:46

    (1-7) recorded live by Radio France at the Maison de la Radio, Paris on
    January 19, 1989
    (8-15) recorded live at Stadttheater Basel, Switzerland on January 18,
    1989
    Produced by Werner X. Uehlinger

  John Zorn: alto; George Lewis: trombone; Bill Frisell: guitar.

    1992 - Hat Hut Records (Switzerland), hat Art CD 6055 (CD)
    2010 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hatOLOGY 655 (CD)

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131 - MANHATTAN CASCADE: Guy Klucevsek

  Guy Klucevsek interprets compositions by John Zorn, Anthony Coleman, Guy
  Klucevsek, John King, Lois V Vierk, Christian Marclay, Mary Ellen Childs,
  Rolf Groesbeck, Aaron Jay Kernis.

    1/ Road Runner                              (John Zorn)              5:23
    2/ Below 14th Street, Above 125th Street    (Anthony Coleman)        7:12
    3/ Samba D Hiccup                           (Guy Klucevsek)          5:24
    4/ An Air Of Gathering Pipers               (Guy Klucevsek)          7:02
    5/ All Together Now                         (John King)             11:43
    6/ Manhattan Cascade                        (Lois V Vierk)          20:00
    7/ Ping Pong Polka                          (Christian Marclay)      2:53
    8/ Oa Poa Polka                             (Mary Ellen Childs)      4:01
    9/ Polka 1                                  (Rolf Groesbeck)         3:49
    10/ Phantom Polka                           (Aaron Jay Kernis)       2:51

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York in January-April 1991
    (1) recorded at Full House Productions, New York in January 1986
    (6) recorded at India Navigation, New York in February 1986
    (7) tape part recorded in January 1987

  Guy Klucevsek: free bass accordion; Christian Marclay (7): turntables.

    1992 - CRI (USA), CD 626 (CD)
    2007 - New World (USA), NWCR626 (CD)

  Note: (7-10) were written as part of POLKA FROM THE FRINGE, a collection of 
  over 30 polkas commissioned by Klucevsek.
  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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132 - 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.

    10/ Sebastopol                              (Zorn)                   6:02

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

  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.

    1992 - Einstein Records, Einstein 001 (CD)

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133 - UTOPIA AMERICANA: compilation of American music

  This record features works by Allen Ginsberg, Steve Reich, Michael Galasso, 
  Ben Neill, John Cage, David Behrman, Pauline Oliveros, Steve Lacy, John 
  Zorn and Andrea Centazzo.

    9/ First Environment For Sextet             (Zorn, Centazzo)        13:14

    1992 - New Tone, NT 6707 (CD)

  See ENVIRONMENT FOR SEXTET (1979) for further references.

  Note: on this record, Zorn is credited as co-composer with Centazzo.

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134 - HERETIC, JEUX DES DAMES CRUELLES: Naked City
  
    1/ Main Titles                            	(Naked City)		 1:26
    2/ Sex Games                                (Naked City)             2:21
    3/ The Brood                                (Naked City)		 2:48
    4/ Sweat, Sperm + Blood                     (Naked City)		 2:03
    5/ Vliet                                    (Naked City)		 0:49
    6/ Heretic 1                                (Naked City)		 2:32
    7/ Submission                               (Naked City)		 4:21
    8/ Heretic 2                                (Naked City)		 1:44
    9/ Catacombs                                (Naked City)		 2:46
    10/ Heretic 3                               (Naked City)		 2:41
    11/ My Master, My Slave                     (Naked City)		 2:23
    12/ Saint Jude                              (Naked City)		 2:12
    13/ The Conqueror Worm                      (Naked City)		 2:31
    14/ Dominatrix 5B                           (Naked City)		 2:16
    15/ Back Through The Looking Glass          (Naked City)		 2:39
    16/ Here Come The 7,000 Frogs               (Naked City)		 1:59
    17/ Slaughterhouse/Chase Sequence           (Naked City)		 2:18
    18/ Castle Keep                             (Naked City)		 1:48
    19/ Mantra Of The Resurrected Shit          (Naked City)		 1:41
    20/ Trypsicore                              (Naked City)		 1:46
    21/ Fire And Ice (club scene)               (Naked City)		 2:37
    22/ Crosstalk                               (Naked City)		 1:40
    23/ Copraphagist Rituals                    (Naked City)		 0:53
    24/ Labyrinth                               (Naked City)		 5:47

    Recorded and mixed at Shelley Palmer Studios, New York City in 1991
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn (3,4,6,8,10,13,16,19,21): alto; Bill Frisell (2,5,7,9,12,14,15,17,
  18,21,22,24: guitar; Wayne Horvitz (1,3,7,9,11,13,14,18,20,21-23): key-
  boards; Fred Frith (2,5,6,8,10-12,15,17,21,22): bass; Joey Baron (1-3,7,8,
  10,12,14,17,21,23,24): drums; Yamatsuka Eye (1,4,16,19,23): voice.
  
    1992 - Avant (Japan), Avant 001 (CD)

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135 - BURIED SECRETS: Pain Killer

    1/ Tortured Souls                                                    1:52
    2/ One-Eyed Pessary                                                  1:50
    3/ Trailmarker                                                       0:03
    4/ Blackhole Dub                                                     3:29
    5/ Buried Secrets                                                    6:13
    6/ The Ladder                                                        0:22
    7/ Executioner                                                       2:48
    8/ Black Chamber                                                     2:28
    9/ Skinned                                                           0:54
    10/ The Toll                                                         6:25

    Recorded at Greenpoint, Brooklyn in August and October 1991

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Laswell: bass; Mick Harris: drums, vocals; Justin
  Broadrick (5,10): guitar, drum machine, vocals; G.C. Green (5,10): bass.

    1992 - Earache (UK), Mosh 62 (45RPM 12")
    1992 - Earache (UK), Mosh 62 CD (CD)
    1992 - Earache (UK), Mosh 62MC (CT)
    1992 - Relativity/Earache (USA), 88561-1108-2 (CD)
    1992 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88569 (CD)
    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7317 (4xCD)
    1998 - Earache (UK), MOSH 198 (CD)

  Note: the Earache reissue also contains GUTS OF A VIRGIN.

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136 - SPREADING THE VIRUS: compilation

  This compilation features songs by Controlled Bleeding, Fat Hacker, Joined
  at the Head, Techno-Animal, Headbutt, New Mind, Force Fed, Fudge Tunnel, 
  Cable Regime, Jouissance, Multicide, Splintered, Pain Killer, Meatfly, 
  Typhoid Mary, God. 
  
  John Zorn plays on one track with Pain Killer:

    13/ The Ladder                              (Pain Killer)            

    1992 - Sentrax Productions, SET 1 CD (CD)

  See BURIED SECRETS (1992) for further references.

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137 - GRAND GUIGNOL: Naked City

    1/ Grand Guignol                            (Zorn)                  17:40
    2/ La Cathédrale Engloutie                  (Debussy)                6:24
    Three Preludes op. 74                       (Scriabine)
      3/ Douloureux, Déchirant                                           1:17
      4/ Tres Lent, Contemplatif                                         1:42
      5/ Allegro Drammatico                                              0:48
    6/ Prophetiae Sybillarum                    (Orlando Di Lassus)      1:46
    7/ The Cage                                 (Ives)                   2:00
    8/ Louange A L'Eternité De Jésus            (Messiaen)               7:07
    9/ Blood Is Thin                            (Zorn)                   1:00
    10/ Thrash Jazz Assassin                    (Zorn)                   0:45
    11/ Dead Spot                               (Zorn)                   0:31
    12/ Bonehead                                (Zorn)                   0:51
    13/ Piledriver                              (Zorn)                   0:33
    14/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng                     (Zorn)                   1:14
    15/ Numbskull                               (Zorn)                   0:29
    16/ Perfume of a Critic's Burning Flesh     (Zorn)                   0:24
    17/ Jazz Snob Eat Shit                      (Zorn)                   0:24
    18/ The Prestidigitator                     (Zorn)                   0:43
    19/ No Reason To Believe                    (Zorn)                   0:26
    20/ Hellraiser                              (Zorn)                   0:39
    21/ Torture Garden                          (Zorn)                   0:35
    22/ Slan                                    (Zorn)                   0:23
    23/ The Ways Of Pain                        (Zorn)                   0:31
    24/ The Noose                               (Zorn)                   0:10
    25/ Sack Of Shit                            (Zorn)                   0:43
    26/ Blunt Instrument                        (Zorn)                   0:53
    27/ Osaka Bondage                           (Zorn)                   1:14
    28/ Shallow Grave                           (Zorn)                   0:40
    29/ Kaoru                                   (Zorn)                   0:50
    30/ Dead Dread                              (Zorn)                   0:45
    31/ Billy Liar                              (Zorn)                   0:10
    32/ Victims Of Torture                      (Zorn)                   0:20
    33/ Speedfreaks                             (Zorn)                   0:48
    34/ New Jersey Scum Swamp                   (Zorn)                   0:41
    35/ S-M Sniper                              (Zorn)                   0:14
    36/ Pigfucker                               (Zorn)                   0:23
    37/ Cairo Chop Shop                         (Zorn)                   0:22
    38/ Facelifter                              (Zorn)                   0:54
    39/ Whiplash                                (Zorn)                   0:19
    40/ The Blade                               (Zorn)                   0:35
    41/ Gob Of Spit                             (Zorn)                   0:18

    Recorded in San Francisco, New York City, Brooklyn, and Tokyo
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards;
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals; Bob Dorough (5):
  vocals.

    1992 - Avant (Japan), Avan 002 (CD)

  Note: (9-41) are also available on TORTURE GARDEN (1990); in fact, with the
  exception of 9 songs, all TORTURE GARDEN is available on this record.

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138 - POSSESSION: God

    3/ Return To Hell                           (God)              	 5:27 
    5/ Hate Meditation                          (God)                    4:51
    6/ Lord, I'm On My Way                      (God)			10:26

    Recorded at Gateway Studio, Kingston
    Produced by Kevin Martin

  Kevin Martin: vocals, tenor, samples; Tim Hodgkinson: alto, bass clarinet;
  Steve Blake: alto, tenor, baritone, didgeridoo; Scott Kiehl: drums, percus-
  sion; John Edwards: double bass; Dave Cochrane: bass; Gary Jeff: bass; Lou
  Ciccotelli: drums; Justin Broadrick: guitar; Peter Kraut: piano (5); John
  Zorn: alto.

    1992 - Venture Records (Virgin), CDVE 910 (CD)
    1992 - Virgin Records (USA), Carol 1874-2 (CD)
    1992 - Virgin Records (USA), Carol 1874-4 (CT)

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139 - 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: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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140 - LENG TCH'E: Naked City

    1/ Leng Tch'e                               (Zorn)                  31:39
 
    Recorded on January 11, 1992 (?)

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith:
  bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1992 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88604 (CD)
    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312-2 (2xCD)
    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7312 (CD)

  Note: contrary to a rumour, The Melvins and Mike Patton do not play on this
  record (although they have certainly inspired this piece, hence the thanks).
  Note: the Tzadik reissues are called BLACKBOX and also includes TORTURE
  GARDEN (1990).

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141 - (Y)EARBOOK volume 2: compilation of improvisation

  This record features improvisations by Chris Jonas/Daniel Sarid, John Zorn
  Ensemble, Ben Goldberg, The Molecules, Steve Adams, Morphic Resonance,
  Miguel Frasconi, Pierre Dorge, Robert Marsanyi, Mike Hovancsek, Krystyna
  Bodrowski, Keith Rowe, Anything Goes Orchestra.

    2/ Xu Feng (excerpt)                        (Zorn)                   5:50

    Recorded live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco on September
    9, 1991
    Produced by Gino Robair

  John Zorn: conductor; Myles Boisen: guitar; Gannon Hall: drums; Bob 
  Ostertag: sampler; David Slusser: electronics; Trey Spruance: guitar; 
  William Winant: percussion.

    1992 - Rastascan Records (USA), BRD009 (CD)

  Note: "The favorite actress of legendary director King Hu, Xu Feng was one
  of the biggest stars in the Chinese film industry and more recently has 
  become a powerful producer. Game pieces after COBRA tended to be more 
  tangible than abstract, more dramatic, and this piece, written directly
  after COBRA, focuses in on strategic elements resulting in a fast paced
  competitive game not unlike the kung fu films Xu Feng starred in. The intro-
  duction of sound MODIFIERS and the special instrumentation (although it has
  been done with six drummers) helps give the piece a distinctive identity."
                                                (John Zorn)

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142 - EARLY WORKS: Ruins

    1/ Love                                     (Yoshida)
       Slash                                    (Yoshida)
       Outburn                                  (Yoshida)
       Entropy                                  (Yoshida)
       Body & Soul                              (Yoshida)
       Macarom Iyaike                           (Yoshida)
       Birth Control                            (Yoshida)
       Embryo                                   (Yoshida)
       Universe                                 (Yoshida)
       Camvodia                                 (Yoshida)
    2/ Firmer                                   (Yoshida)
    3/ Radix                                    (Yoshida)
    4/ Amalgam                                  (Yoshida)
    5/ Swing                                    (Yoshida)
    6/ Baristo                                  (Yoshida)
    7/ Scant                                    (Yoshida)
    8/ Tropic                                   (Yoshida)
    9/ Blot                                     (Yoshida)
    10/ Grand Canyon                            (Yoshida)                2:50
    11/ Time Is Money                           (Yoshida)
    12/ Tornado                                 (Yoshida)
    13/ Collapse                                (Yoshida)
    14/ Sycophant                               (Yoshida)                1:20
    15/ Morphine                                (Yoshida)
    16/ Dry Lungs                               (Yoshida)                1:23
    17/ Takasago                                (Yoshida)
    18/ Shalom                                  (Yoshida)

    (1) recorded live (1st gig) at Shinjuku Loft on February 25, 1986

  Tatsuya Yoshida: drums, voices, bass on (13,18); Hideki Kawamoto (1,13,16): 
  bass; Kazuyoshi Kimoto (2-12,14-18): bass; John Zorn (10,14,16): sax.

    1992 - Bloody Butterfly Label, ZIKSBB 004 (CD)

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143 - WELCOME TO FORBIDDEN PARADISE: Hoppy Kamiyama

    1/ E.S.T (Electric Shock Treatment)         (Kamiyama)               2:36
    2/ PUMP                                     (Kamiyama, Be-Bop)       4:29
    3/ A.M.                                     (Kamiyama)               0:29
    4/ My Dear Sight                            (Kamiyama, Uwe-Sage)     8:16
    5/ Naomi's Dream                            (Attar, Kriuoshei)       5:22
    6/ Obsession                                (Kamiyama)               3:58
    7/ Sarai Mambo                              (Kamiyama)               2:47
    8/ Sleepy Blind Lemon                       (Kamiyama)               2:20
    9/ Happy Valley                             (Kamiyama)               3:56
    10/ Alter of Heaven                         (Kamiyama)               3:37
    11/ Giant D'janzo                           (Kamiyama)               7:39
    12/ Jubilee                                 (Kamiyama)               1:37
    13/ AU NATUREL                              (space men, E.T.)       16:34

    Recorded at Studio 900 on January 9-24, 1992, and at Maschie's Ham Studio 
    in December 1991
  
  Hoppy Kamiyama: keyboards, toys, sample, piano, vocals, dobro; Marc Ribot 
  (1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,13): guitar, charanquito; Sebastian Steinberg (1,2,
  4,5,9,11,13): bass, fretless bass; Dougie Bowne (1,2,4,9,11,13): drums; 
  E.J. Rodriguez (1,5,9,11,13): percussion; Steve Eto (1,4,7,9,11,13): toys, 
  chorus, percussion, shaker; Yuka Honda (1): toys; Shun O'Cima (1,9): toys, 
  saxophone; Yukari Iwamura (1,9,11): chorus; John Zorn (1,3,13): sax; Lorelei 
  McBroom (1,2): chorus; Jackie Collins (1,2): chorus; Joey Young (1,2): 
  chorus, vocals; Hirokaz (2,11): guitar; Syd Straw (3,4,5,10,13): vocals, 
  chorus; Don Byron (4): clarinet; Koichi Makigami (9): vocals; Jenifer Smith 
  (10): vocals; Jane Scarpantoni (10): cello; Yoshihide Otomo (13): turnta-
  bles.

    1992 - Toshiba-EMI (Japan), ??? (LP)
    1992 - Toshiba-EMI (Japan), TOCT-6487 (CD)

  Note: (13) is a bonus CD track not available on the LP pressing.  

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144 - WE INSIST?: Otomo Yoshihide

    1/ We Insist? a) Rinko-Gun                  (Yoshihide)              5:32
                  b) X-Day
    2/ Replicant                                (Yoshihide)              4:52
    3/ Terminal-Zero                            (Yoshihide, Eye)         0:43
    4/ Xper.Xr.                                 (Yoshihide)              0:33
    5/ Blackbird 1                              (Yoshihide)              2:39
    6/ Watchtower Waltz                         (Yoshihide)              3:29
    7/ Film Maker From Kreuzberg                (Yoshihide)              2:51
    8/ Chronicle                                (Yoshihide)              1:43
    9/ Quiet Fire At GOK                        (Hirose, Zone, Yoshihide)0:23
    10/ Cash Dispenser                          (Yoshihide)              4:52
    11/ Hardcore Chinese Opera                  (Yoshihide, Eye)         1:05
    12/ Techno                                  (Yoshihide)              0:32
    13/ Crossover                               (Yoshihide)              0:25
    14/ Thrash                                  (Hirose, Zone, Yoshihide)0:20
    15/ Death House                             (Yoshihide)              1:37
    16/ Acid Jazz                               (Yoshihide)              0:15
    17/ Psyche Punk                             (Yoshihide)              0:24
    18/ World Music                             (Yoshihide)              1:19
    19/ Be-bop                                  (Yoshihide, Eye)         1:03
    20/ Boundary                                (Yoshihide)              3:11
    21/ Last Words                              (Yoshihide)              3:40
    22/ Yuppie's Walk                           (Yoshihide)              1:11
    23/ Blackbird 2                             (Yoshihide)              2:41
    24/ Walls                                   (Yoshihide)              3:54

    (5-9,15,20,23,24) recorded at Gok Sound, Tokyo in 1992
    (1-24) recorded at Lost Space, Tokyo in 1991-1992
    (1-b) recorded live at Todai Komaba, Tokyo, "Noise in X'es" in 1988
    Produced by Otomo Yoshihide and Sound Factory Records, co-produced by
    Trigram
 
  Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, sampler, tapes, guitar; Yamatsuka Eye (3,11,
  19): vocals; Kato Hideki (6,7,20,21,23): bass, vocals on (15); Hirose Junji 
  (1-b,5,6,9,14,20): sax; Numata Jun (1-b): bass, vocals; Saito Ken-Ichi 
  (1-b): guitar; Uemura Masahiro (6,7,15,20,21): drums; Chino Shuichi (5,6,7,
  20,23): piano, sampler; Lim Soowoong (1-b)): junk, vocals; Kondo Yoshiaki 
  (5-9,15,20,23,24): mix; John Zorn (9,14): sax.

    1992 - Sound Factory Records (Hong Kong), SFCD:003 (CD)
    2003 - Noise Asia (Hong Kong), NAIM 35 CD (CD)

  Note: track 1 is composed for the theatre troup RINKO-GUN.
	track 2 is composed for the theatre troup REPLICANT and XEROX.
	tracks 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 20, 22, 23, 24 are remixed for NHK BS TV
	special program, "Berlin-Dai-tanken", produced by NHK CREATIVE.

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145 - HOW I GOT OVER: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ If I Were Theresa                        (Flanagin)
    2/ What's Natural                           (Flanagin, Topper, Duffy)
    3/ I Kill Kids                              (Flanagin, Gilles Reider)
    4/ Suliko                                   (traditional arr. by CF)
    5/ How I Got Over                           (Flanagin, Anne McDonald)
    6/ Backstab                                 (Flanagin)

    Recorded at Don Fury Studio, New York City
    Produced by Craig and Don

  Sharon Topper: vocals; Craig Flanagin: electric guitar, vocals, drums; Alex
  Klein: bass guitar; Siobhan Duffy: drums, vocals; Michael Evans: drums; 
  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Liz Sidamon-Eristoff (4): cello, voice; Jad Fair
  (3): second electric guitar; Daryl Kahane (5): vocals.

    1992 - Ajax, Ajax 22 (7")

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146 - 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.

    14/ Cowlick Pussy Man

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory

  John Zorn: alto; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    Produced by Elliott Sharp

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

  Note: John Zorn 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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147 - NAIVE SPECIAL PRICE SAMPLER: various artists

  This record features Fudge Tunnel, Scorn, OLD, Pitch Shifter, Pain Killer,
  Clutch, Sleep.

  John Zorn plays on two tracks with Pain Killer:

    5/ Black Chamber                                                     2:27
    11/ One-eyed Pessary                                                 1:49

    1992 - Earache, MOSH 76CD (CD)

  See BURIED SECRETS (1992) for further references.

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148 - CHADBOURNE BAPTIST CHURCH: Eugene Chadbourne

    11/ Curling                                 (John Zorn)              3:00

  Eugene Chadbourne: voice, guitars, banjo, harmonica, etc; Murray Reams:
  percussion, boss truck; Tom Shephard: homemade electric bass; Rudy Hinnant:
  baritone saxophone, voice; Gil Frey: saxophones, accordion, voice; David
  Doyle: French horn, mandolin; Dakota Joe Dunn: harmonica.

    1992 - Delta Recording Company (Belgium), DRCD 1 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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149 - OUR WORLD OF MUSIC: Celluloid Sampler Vol. II

  This record features Fela Kuti, Massacre, Ilê Aiyê, Jalal & D. St, Volkana,
  Heartbreakers, Opus 5, The Golden Palominos, Raízes Do Pelô, Coundry Ziquru,
  Deadline, Last Poets, Daniela Mercury, Steve Kekana.

  John Zorn plays on one track with The Golden Palominos:

    8/ Two Sided Fist                           (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)   7:45

    1993 - Celluloid, CELD 8082 (CD)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references.

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150 - KRISTALLNACHT: John Zorn
    
    1/ Shtetl (Ghetto Life)                     (Zorn)                   5:51
    2/ Never Again                              (Zorn)                  11:41
    3/ Gahelet (Embers)                         (Zorn)                   3:25
    4/ Tikkun (Rectification)                   (Zorn)                   3:02
    5/ Tzfia (Looking Ahead)                    (Zorn)                   8:46
    6/ Barzel (Iron Fist)                       (Zorn)                   2:01
    7/ Gariin (Nucleus-The New Settlement)      (Zorn)                   7:58

    Recorded and mixed on November 9 & 10 1992 at RPM Studio, New York City
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Marc Ribot: guitar; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Mark
  Dresser: bass; William Winant: percussion; David Krakauer (1,5): clarinet, 
  bass clarinet; Frank London (1,5): trumpet.

    1993 - Eva Records (Japan), WWCX 2050 (CD)
    1993 - 99 Records (Germany), 2115 (CD)
    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7301 (CD)
    1995 - Evva (Japan, Europe), EVVA 33005 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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151 - DESTINATION NATO: compilation of Nato's artists

  This compilation features compositions by Tony Hymas, Steve Beresford, Tony 
  Coe, Lol Coxhill, Arto Lindsay, Jean-François Pauvros, John Zorn, David
  Toop, Alan Hacker, etc.

    16/ Jayne Mansfield                         (Beresford, Zorn, Toop)  5:04

    1993 - Nato (France), Nato 53014.2 (CD)

  See DEADLY WEAPONS (1986) for further references.

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152 - SHORT STORIES: Kronos Quartet

  The Kronos Quartet interprets compositions by Elliott Sharp, Willie Dixon, 
  John Oswald, John Zorn, Henry Cowell, Steven Mackey, Scott Johnson, Sofia  
  Gubaidulina, Pandit Pran Nath.

    4/ Cat O'Nine Tails                         (Zorn)                  12:40
  
    Recorded at Skywalker Ranch in July 1991

  The Kronos Quartet: David Harrington: violin, John Sherba: violin, Hank 
  Dutt: viola, Joan Jeanrenaud: cello.

    1993 - Elektra Nonesuch, 9 79310-2 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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153 - GROUND-ZERO: Ground Zero

    1/ Ground-Zero 890604                       (Yoshihide)              4:29
    2/ China White                              (Yoshihide)              1:01
    3/ Lam Cheng-Ying/Yuen-Wah                  (Yoshihide)              5:17
    4/ Wjaz-1                                   (JZ, OY, KH, TB)         2:27
    5/ Chronicle-1                              (Yoshihide)              1:26
    6/ Eclipse                                  (Yoshihide, Eye)         0:44
    7/ Massacring                               (Yoshihide)              1:26
    8/ M-Project                                (YE, OY, KH, UM)         0:29
    9/ Ground-Zero                              (Yoshihide)              4:01
    10/ G-Project                               (JZ, HJ, OY)             1:38
    11/ Wjaz-2                                  (JZ, OY, KH, TB)         2:41
    12/ Chronicle-2                             (Yoshihide)              1:45
    13/ Euthanasia Drive                        (Yoshihide)              1:12
    14/ Topography Of The Black Lungs           (YE, OY, KH, UM)         0:38
    15/ Sniper Xr.                              (JZ, OY, KH, UM, Kondo)  0:47
    16/ I X Love II B.S. (M-Project 2)          (Yoshihide)              0:57
    17/ Silanganan Ingay (G-Project 2)          (HJ, YE, OY)             1:40
    18/ Stranger Than Tokyo                     (Yoshihide)              3:19
    19/ Ground-Zero Presents Ground-Zero        (Yoshihide)              4:32
    20/ Ground-Zero (Hong Kong-Tokyo, June 91)  (OY, CS, HJ, KH, UM)     5:09

    Recorded at Gok Sound, Tokyo in February-May 1992
    (7) recorded at Lost Space, Tokyo in May 1991
    Produced by Hoppy Kamiyama

  Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, guitar; Kato Hideki: bass; Uemura Masahiro: 
  drums; Hirose Junji: tenor, soprano; Chino Shuichi: keyboards, piano; 
  Yamatsuka Eye (2,3,6,8,13,14,16,17,19): vocals; John Zorn (4,5,10,11,15): 
  alto; Tony Buck (4,5,11): drums; Takara Kumiko (18): vibraphone; Shu-Kei 
  (18): narration.

    1993 - God Mountain (Japan), GMCD:002 (CD)
    1996 - Les Disques Du Soleil Et De L'Acier/God Mountain Europe (France), 
        CDSA/GM 54047 (CD)

  Note: we listed the appearances for the guests (YE, JZ, TB, TK, SK) only.

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154 - HALFRACK: Pigpen

    1/ Band Of Joeys                            (Horvitz)                3:16
    2/ Sterno                                   (Horvitz)                5:51
    3/ Revolution Revelation                    (Zorn)                   1:08
    4/ The Boss                                 (Horvitz)                4:23
    5/ 1000 Points Of Trite                     (Horvitz)                5:03

    Recorded at Dogfish Studios, Newberg (OR) and Ironwood Studios, Seattle

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Chalenor: bass; Briggan Krauss: alto; Mike
  Stone: drums.

    1993 - Tim/Kerr Records (USA), TK92CD047 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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155 - SPEED YR TRIP: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ Little Ghosts
    2/ Down Down Baby
    3/ They Often Look Fr.
    4/ In Too Deep
    5/ Angels In The Air
    6/ Lo Mas Sabrosa
    7/ No Cross No Crown
    8/ Anyone But You
    9/ Fat
    10/ C'Etait Une J. Fille
    11/ Home
    12/ Woman Enough
    13/ On Lust
    14/ Catheter
    15/ Drave
    16/ Late Last Night
    17/ Comfort
    18/ Zonnebloem
    19/ Kingdom Of The Flesh
    20/ Hair In The Mouth
    21/ Poke
    22/ I Surrender Complete Control To Anne
    23/ Wipe That Smirk Off Yr Face
    24/ Got What
    25/ Brought Up Short
    26/ Scratch & Sniff

    Recorded at Don Fury, New York City in December 1991

  Sharon Topper: vocals; Craig Flanagin: guitar, drums, bass, vocals, machi-
  nes; John Zorn: sax; Alex Klein: bass, machines; Siobhan Duffy: drums, voc-
  als; Michael Evans: drums; Chris Pellettieri (25): drums; Jad Fair (6,24):
  megaphon on (6), guitar on (24); Andy Haas (26): sax; Fly (3,13,19,21,25):
  vocals; Daryl Kahane (16): vocals.

    1993 - The Making of Americans, MA-7 (CD)
    1994 - Meldac Corp. (Japan), 25016 (CD)
    1995 (?) - Les Disques Du Soleil Et De L'Acier (France), DSA 54237 (CD)

  Note: the Meldac pressing contains four extra songs.

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156 - 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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157 - CAGED/UNCAGED: various artists

  This rock/experimental homage to John Cage is produced by John Cale and 
  features readings by John Cage and music by David Byrne (1), Debbie Harry 
  (3), Arto Lindsay (5), Ars Hell and Mutt (7), Naked City (9), Chris Stein 
  (11), Amy Denio (13), David Weinstein and Shelly Hirsch (15), Lee Ranaldo 
  (16), Ann Magnuson and John Cale (17), Jello Biafra and Eugene Chadbourne 
  (19), Lou Reed (21), Elliott Sharp (22), Joey Ramone (24).

    9/ Verlaine: Part 2 La Bleue                (Zorn)                   5:57

  Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith: bass; Joey 
  Baron: percussion.

    1993 - Cramps (Italy), CRSCD 097 (CD)
    2000 - Get Back (Italy), GET 5301 (LP)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.
  Note: this record was initially planned to be given away with a magazine,
  and not available for retail in record stores; but Cramps put it out...

  See ABSINTHE (1993) for further references on (9).

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158 - SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 1

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

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

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

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

  Note: the Evidence pressing is called THE COLOSSAL SAXOPHONE SESSIONS, and
  contains both SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 1 and SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 2.

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159 - SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 2

    1/ Blues For 52nd Street                    (Archie Shepp)           8:16
    2/ Like Someone In Love                     (Burke, Van Heusen)      6:58
    3/ Promptus                                 (Joe Chambers, Zorn)     4:15
    4/ King Tut                                 (Jamshied Sharifi)       6:27
    5/ Bemsha Swing                             (Monk, Densil Best)      6:45
    6/ Quasi Enni                               (Steve Coleman)          6:45
    7/ Flamingo                                 (Ted Grovya)             6:00
    8/ There Is No Greater Love                 (Isham Jones)            6:43
    9/ Goodbye Mr. Evans                        (Phil Woods)             7:28
    10/ Blues For JC (alternate take)           (Jiro Yoshida)           7:30

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

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

    1993 - King Records/Paddle Wheel Records (Japan), KICJ 140 (CD)
    1995 - Evidence (USA), ECD 22130-2 (2xCD)

  Note: the Evidence pressing is called THE COLOSSAL SAXOPHONE SESSIONS, and
  contains both SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 1 and SAX LEGENDS VOLUME 2.

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160 - BLUE PLANET MAN: Big John Patton

    1/ Congo Chant                              (Patton)                 8:47
    2/ Funky Mama                               (Patton)                 6:49
    3/ Claudette                                (Patton)                 7:56
    4/ Chip                                     (Patton)                 5:43
    5/ Popeye                                   (Patton)                 8:01
    6/ What's Your Name                         (Patton)                 4:25
    7/ U-Jama                                   (Archie Shepp)           6:53
    8/ Bama                                     (Patton)                 4:28

    Recorded at Skyline Studios, New York on April 12 & 13, 1993

  Big John Patton: organ; John Zorn: alto; Pete Chavez: tenor; Bill Saxton:
  tenor, soprano; Ed Cherry: guitar; Eddie Gladden: drums; Lawrence Killian: 
  congas; Rorie Nichols: vocals.

    1993 - King Records/Paddle Wheel Records (Japan), KICJ 168 (CD)
    1995 - Evidence (USA), ECD 22127-2 (CD)

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161 - KNITTING FACTORY WORKS - FALL/WINTER 1993 RELEASES: various artists

  This record (promotional use only) features The Jazz Passengers, Billy
  Tipton Memorial, No Safety, Kazutoki Umezu, Jim Nolet, Spanish Fly, William
  Hooker and Thurston Moore, John Zorn's Cobra, God Is My Co-Pilot, Nuyorican
  Poets Orchestra, Klezmer 1993, Ken Valitsky, Carmaig de Forest.

    8/ ???                                                              ?:??

    1993 - Knitting Factory Works, ??? (CD)

  See JOHN ZORN'S COBRA (1995) for further references.

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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162 - ADD IT UP (1981-1993): Violent Femmes

    8/ Black Girls                              (Gano)                   5:42

    1993 - Slash Records/Reprise, 9 45403-2 (CD)
    1994 - Slash/London, 828 399-2 (CD)

  See HALLOWED GROUND (1984) for further references.

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163 - KLEZMER 1993 - NEW YORK CITY: THE TRADITION CONTINUES ON THE LOWER
  EAST SIDE: various artists

  This record features Billy Tipton Memorial Quartet, New Klezmer Trio, John
  Zorn's Masada, Klezmatics, Hassidic New Wave, Paradox Trio, Shvitz All-
  Stars, Alollo Trehorn (with Klezmatics).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Masada:

    3/ Ziphim                                   (Zorn)                   7:06

    No recording information

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    Produced by Michael Dorf
    
    1993 - Knitting Factory Works, KFWCD-123 (CD)
    1999 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR-123 (CD)     

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164 - RITUALS: LIVE IN JAPAN: Pain Killer

  First set:
    1/ Sound Check                                                       0:27
    2/ First Blood                                                       0:42
    3/ Five Doors                                                        0:37
    4/ Cinnabar                                                          2:40
    5/ Pestilence                                                        3:19
    6/ The Hex                                                           1:21
    7/ Snake Eyes                                                        3:38
    8/ Poisonous Visions                                                 7:13
    9/ Vapors Of Phlegm And Blood                                        9:22
    10/ Tetragrammaton                                                   6:25
  Second set:
    11/ Prophecy                                                         5:12
    12/ Tantric Bile                                                     0:18
    13/ The Sieve                                                        2:19
    14/ Abscesses                                                        7:29
    15/ Cat's Cradle                                                     6:42
    16/ Demonic Possession                                               2:49
    17/ Tokyo Lucky Hole                                                 3:01
    
    Recorded live at La Mama, Tokyo on September 26, 1991

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Laswell: bass; Mick Harris: drums, vocals;
  special guest: Haino Keiji (9,10,15-17): guitar, vocals.

    1993 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88627 (CD)

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165 - RADIO: Naked City

    1/ Asylum                                   (Zorn)                   1:54
    2/ Sunset Surfer                            (Zorn)                   3:22
    3/ Party Girl                               (Zorn)                   2:33
    4/ The Outsider                             (Zorn)                   2:27
    5/ Triggerfingers                           (Zorn)                   3:31
    6/ Terkmani Teepee                          (Zorn)                   3:56
    7/ Sex Fiend                                (Zorn)                   3:31
    8/ Razorwire                                (Zorn)                   5:28
    9/ The Bitter And The Sweet                 (Zorn)                   4:48
    10/ Krazy Kat                               (Zorn)                   1:51
    11/ The Vault                               (Zorn)                   4:44
    12/ Metaltov                                (Zorn)                   2:07
    13/ Poisonhead                              (Zorn)                   1:09
    14/ Bone Orchard                            (Zorn)                   3:53
    15/ I Die Screaming                         (Zorn)                   2:29
    16/ Pistol Whipping                         (Zorn)                   0:57
    17/ Skatekey                                (Zorn)                   1:24
    18/ Shock Corridor                          (Zorn)                   1:05
    19/ American Psycho                         (Zorn)                   6:09

    Recorded in April 1992
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards;
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1993 - Avant (Japan), Avan 003 (CD)

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166 - ABSINTHE: Naked City 

    1/ Val De Travers                           (Zorn)                   6:13
    2/ Une Correspondance                       (Zorn)                   5:04
    3/ La Fée Verte                             (Zorn)                   5:10
    4/ Fleurs Du Mal                            (Zorn)                   4:06
    5/ Artemisia Absinthium                     (Zorn)                   4:30
    6/ Notre Dame De L'Oubli (for O. Messiaen)  (Zorn)                   4:47
    VERLAINE                                    (Zorn)
      7/ "Un Midi Moins Dix" (part 1)                                    4:23
      8/ "La Bleue"          (part 2)                                    6:01
    9/ ... Rend Fou                             (Zorn)                   6:03

    Recorded at Electric Lady, New York City in December 1992
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards;
  Fred Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1993 - Avant (Japan), Avan 004 (CD)

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*** - RADIO, VOL. 2: Naked City

  This record was supposed to contain John Zorn's arrangements of compositions
  by Jerry Goldsmith, Ornette Coleman, Brian Wilson, Igor Stravinsky, Duke 
  Ellington, Tushima Toshiaki, William Orbit, George Clinton, etc.

    19?? - Avant (Japan), Avan 005 (CD)

  Note: not released; in fact it has never been recorded.

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167 - SACRIFIST: Praxis

    1/ Stronghold                               (Laswell)                1:35
    2/ Cold Rolled/Iron Dub                     (Hawkins, Laswell)       6:22
    3/ Suspension                               (Laswell)                2:20
    4/ Rivet                                    (Buckethead, Laswell)    5:23
    5/ Deathstar                                (Collins)                9:47
    6/ The Hook                                 (Laswell, Zorn)          6:18
    7/ Nine Secrets                             (Laswell)                3:17
    8/ Crossing                                 (Worrell)                9:43

    Recorded at Greenpoint Studio, Brooklyn

  Bill Laswell: bass; John Zorn: alto; Buckethead: guitar; Blind Idiot God
  (Andy Hawkins/Gabe Katz/Ted Epstein); Bootsy Collins: bass; Mick Harris:
  drums; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals; Bernie Worrell: keyboards.

    1993 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88648 (CD)
    1994 - Subharmonic Records (USA), SD 7002-2 (CD)
    1996 - Subharmonic (USA), SD 7002-2 (CD)
    2006 - Subharmonic (USA), 7002 (CD)

  Note: the 1996 Subharmonic reissue is seriously flawed (poor quality, and
  one long track which ends with Lightnin' Rod's "Hustler's Convention").

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168 - WHAT DOCTORS DON'T TELL YOU: God Is My Co-Pilot

    1/ Heavier Air
    2/ Lullaby
    3/ Opened Wide
    4/ Then
    5/ Finnegans Wake
    6/ When Do I See The Lightning
    7/ Every Night
    8/ Close My Eyes
    9/ Walk The Cat
    10/ To Be Or Have Not
    11/ Méchant
    12/ Interlocking
    13/ Hey Mister
    14/ Girls Waiting
    15/ Porcupine Homily
    16/ Bludgeon
    17/ An Irish Airman Foresees His Death
    18/ Vanessa
    19/ Say The L Word
    20/ I Pulled Up To Park

  Sharon T: vocals, saxophone; Craig F: guitar, drums, bass, vocals; Alex K:
  bass; James G: bass; Siobhan D: drums; Michael E: drums, speaking; Rick B:
  drums; John Z: saxophone; Chris P: drums; Fly (7): vocals; Daryl K (5,19):
  vocals; Mike BS (10,12,19): vocals.

    1993 - Shrimper, SHR 46 (CT)

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169 - POSSIBLE FRUIT: Mia Zabelka

  This record features Mia Zabelka in duo with Helmut Bieler-Wendt, Leena
  Conquest, Malcolm Goldstein, Fernando Grillo, Peter Hollinger, Ron Judd,
  Werner Kodytek, Aha Maj, David Moss, Fritz Novotny, Klaus Peham, Ferdinand
  Richard, (Sirone?) Jon Rose, Marcin Troitsky, John Zorn.

  John Zorn plays on two tracks:

    2/ Circling Bodies                          (Zabelka, Zorn)          0:33
    12/ Oh Those Sensual Textures               (Zabelka, Zorn)          0:49

  Mia Zabelka: violin, voice; John Zorn: alto.

    1993 - Extraplatte (Austria), EX 172 093 (CD)

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170 - WILLISAU AND MORE: Creative Works Orchestra + various artists

  This record features Lindsay Cooper, Steve Argüelles, Thomas Duerst,
  Davelles, David Gattiker, Alfred 23 Harth, Klaus Koch, Franz Koglmann, Lars
  Lindvall, Giancarlo Nicolai, Daniele Patumi, Wolfgang Puschnig, Corin
  Curschellas, John Wolf Brennan, Glenn Ferris, Steve Goodman, Marco Kaeppeli,
  Eckarard Koltermann, Bernd Konrad, Werner Luedi, Burhan Oecal, Roland
  Philipp, Peter Schaerli, John Zorn.

    10/ Atom-Sex-Kino                           (Harth, Zorn)            7:07

    1993 - Creative Works Records (Germany), CW 1020-2 (CD)

  Note: this version is different from the one on PLAN EDEN (1987), even
  though the liner notes claim that it is the same.

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*** - RADICAL NEW JEWISH CULTURE FESTIVAL: various artists

  "The Knitting Factory has twice presented the Radical New Jewish Culture
  Festival, curated by John Zorn. Jewish musicians explore their roots, ask
  questions, and have a rollicking good time ..."

    1993 - Knitting Factory Works, KFWCD-136 (CD)

  Note: not released because some of the artists did not want to participate.

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*** - TOKYO/NY NOIZE FEST: various artists

  This record features John Zorn, ???, etc.

    ???? - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-140 (CD)

  Note: never released (unknown reason).

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171 - GOOBERS VOL.1 - A COLLECTION OF KID'S SONGS: various artists

  This record features Kurt Cobain, Sonic Youth, Penn Jillette, The Residents,
  Foetis Inc., John Zorn, Crispin Glover, Yo La Tango, Gibby Haynes, Half
  Japanese, etc.

  John Zorn plays on one track with Half Japanese:

    7/ Inky and Winky                           (Jad Fair)               0:40

    1993 - Elemental Music (USA), Elemental Kids Music 93901 (CD)

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172 - GREATEST HITS: Half Japanese

    1/ Firecracker                              (Jad Fair)               2:42
    2/ Dance When I Say Dance                   (Jad Fair)               1:49
    3/ Open Your Eyes/Close Your Eyes           (Jad Fair)               1:09
    4/ Said And Done                            (Jad Fair)               2:52
    5/ This Could Be The Night                  (Jad Fair)               4:38
    6/ U.S. Teens Are Spoiled Bums              (Jad Fair)               1:10
    7/ Daytona Beach                            (Jad Fair)               1:48
    8/ Red Dress                                (Jad Fair)               2:16
    9/ Charmed Life                             (Jad Fair)               1:47
    10/ Rub Every Muscle                        (David Fair)             1:46
    11/ Too Much Adrenalin                      (David Fair)             1:28
    12/ Postcard From Far Away                  (Jad Fair)               1:41
    13/ Last Straw                              (Jad Fair)               1:22
    14/ Day And Night                           (Jad Fair)               2:52
    15/ Nicole                                  (Jad Fair)               4:30
    16/ Dream Date                              (David Fair)             1:48
    17/ Colleen                                 (Jad Fair)               2:31
    18/ Put Some Sugar On It                    (Jad Fair)               2:49
    19/ Trouble In The Water                    (David Fair)             3:01
    20/ Silver And Katherine                    (Jad Fair)               3:15
    21/ My Sordid Past                          (Jad Fair)               1:31
    22/ Ride, Ride, Ride                        (Jad Fair)               0:31
    23/ Miracles Happen Every Day               (Jad Fair)               2:17
    24/ Tears Stupid Tears                      (Daniel Johnston)        2:03
    25/ School Of Love                          (Jad Fair)               1:08
    26/ Ball And Chain                          (Jad Fair)               3:04
    27/ Love At First Sight                     (Jad Fair)               2:43
    28/ The Worst I'd Ever Do                   (David Fair)             0:44
    29/ Horse Shoes                             (Jad Fair)               2:14
    30/ Calling All Girls                       (David Fair)             1:00
    31/ La Bamba                                (traditional)            1:57
    32/ Rosemarys Baby's                        (Jad Fair)               1:32
    33/ I Know How It Feels                     (Jad Fair)               2:38
    34/ Roman Candles                           (Jad Fair)               2:20

    (16,25,28,30,32,33) produced by Jad Fair
    (1,2,4,8,9,10,11,14,15,19,23,26,27,34) produced by Don Zientara and Half
    Japanese
    (3,6,7,12,13,17,18,20-22,29,31) produced by Kramer
    (5,24) produced by Moe Tucker

  Jad Fair; David Fair (1,2,4,8-11,14-16,19,23,25-28,30,32-34); John Dreyfuss
  (1,2,4,8-11,14,15,19,23,26,27,32-34); Rick Dreyfuss (1,2,10,11,15,26,32,33);
  Mark Jickling (?); Lana Zabko (33); Don Fleming (1,3-5,7-10,12,14,18,19,22-
  24,27,29,34); Jay Spiegel (1,4,8,9,10,14,19,23,27,34); Rob Kennedy (3,6,7,
  12,13,17,18,20-22,29,31); John Sluggett (5,24); Hank Beckmeyer (5,24);
  Richie Labrie (1,10); Howard Wuelfing (1,10); Fred Frith (7); Rebby Sharp
  (?); Pippin Barnett (?); Paul Watson (?); Danny Finney (?); Steve Johnson
  (?); Kramer (3,6,7,12,13,17,18,20-22,29,31); Gary Windo (?); John Zorn (22);
  David Doris (?); George Cartwright (?); Terry Adams (?).

    1993 - Time Bomb (Japan), BOMB CD-12 (CD)

  See 1/2 GENTLEMEN/NOT BEASTS (1980) for further references on (16,25,28,30),
  LOUD (1981 or 1982?) for (33), HORRIBLE (1982 or 1983?) for (32), OUR SOLAR
  SYSTEM (1985) for (2,11), SING NO EVIL (1985) for (1,10,15,26), CHARMED LIFE
  (1988) for (4,8,9,14,19,23,27,34), MUSIC TO STRIP BY (1987) for (6,13,17,20,
  21,31), THE BAND THAT WOULD BE KING (1989) for (3,7,12,18,22,29), FIRE IN
  THE SKY (1993) for (5,24).

  Note: (7) is called "Daytona" in the booklet.

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173 - I DON'T LIKE MYSELF: Sion

    1/ I Don't Like Myself                      (Sion)                   3:34
    2/ Asokoewa                                 (Sion)                   3:27
    3/ The Night The Moon Is Closest To Earth   (Sion)                   4:02
    4/ Whale Song                               (Sion)                   4:25
    5/ Domo Aligato                             (Sion)                   2:49
    6/ Thanks                                   (Sion)                   3:51
    7/ I Go With You                            (Sion)                   3:31
    8/ Feel Like I'm In The Water               (Sion)                   6:48
    9/ You Have To Sleep                        (Sion)                   3:12
    10/ Under The Railroad                      (Sion)                   6:44
    11/ I Have To Do Something                  (Sion)                   4:31
    12/ Eraikotta                               (Sion)                   3:05

    Recorded RPM Studio, New York
    Produced by Marc Ribot and Hiroshi Asada

  Sion: vocals, guitar, harmonica; Marc Ribot: guitars; Robert Quine: guitar;
  Sebastian Steinberg (1,2,7,8,10-12): bass; Michael Blair (1,2,4,5,7,8,10,
  12): percussion; Charles Giodano (1,7,8,10,11): keyboards, organ, accordion;
  John Zorn (1): alto; Zeena Parkins (2-6,9,12): accordion, organ, piano; Greg
  Cohen (3-6,9): bass; Syd Straw: background vocals (5,8,9,12).

    1993 - Baidis Records (Japan), TECN-30237 (CD)
    2004 - Baidis Records (Japan), TECN-25979 (CD)

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174 - COMPANY 91 VOLUME 1

  Volume 1 is taken from the first two days (Tuesday and Wednesday).

    1/ AB/VM                                                             5:42
    2/ YR/AB/DB                                                         10:01
    3/ VM/PL/PR                                                          5:19
    4/ PL/PR/DB/YR/AB/VM                                                11:14
    5/ PT/DB                                                            10:16
    6/ JZ/BK                                                            10:55
    7/ DB/BK/JZ/PT                                                      10:46

    Recorded live during the Company Week 1991
    Produced by Derek Bailey

  Alexander Balanescu (1,2,4): violin; Vanessa Mackness (1,3,4): voice; Yves
  Robert (2,4): trombone; Derek Bailey (2,4,5,7): guitar; Paul Lovens (3,4):
  percussion; Paul Rogers (3,4): bass; Pat Thomas (5,7): electronics, key-
  board; Buckethead (6,7): guitar; John Zorn (6,7): alto.

    1994 - Incus (UK), CD 16 (CD)

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175 - COMPANY 91 VOLUME 2

  Volume 2 is selected from the middle period (part Wednesday, Thursday, part
  Friday).

    1/ PT/PR/PL                                                         15:20
    2/ BK/YR/VM                                                         14:18
    3/ VM/JZ/PT                                                          7:56
    4/ AB/DB                                                             4:56
    5/ JZ/BK/PT                                                          5:56
    6/ YR/AB/VM                                                          8:27
    7/ PL/DB/PT                                                          4:25
    8/ PR/AB/BK                                                          9:05

    Recorded live during the Company Week 1991
    Produced by Derek Bailey

  Alexander Balanescu (4,6,8): violin; Vanessa Mackness (2,3,6): voice; Yves
  Robert (2,6): trombone; Derek Bailey (4,7): guitar; Paul Lovens (1,7): per-
  cussion; Paul Rogers (1,8): bass; Pat Thomas (1,3,5,7): electronics, key-
  board; Buckethead (2,5,8): guitar; John Zorn (3,5): alto.

    1994 - Incus (UK), CD 17 (CD)

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176 - COMPANY 91 VOLUME 3

  Volume 3 is selected from the final two days (Friday and Saturday).

    1/ JZ/YR part 1                                                      8:32
    2/ JZ/YR part 2                                                      5:50
    3/ VM/AB/PL/PT                                                       9:25
    4/ PT/PR/BK                                                          6:12
    5/ DB/AB/YR/JZ/VM part 1                                             6:02
    6/ DB/AB/YR/JZ/VM part 2                                             2:09
    7/ DB/AB/YR/JZ/VM part 3                                             6:28
    8/ PL/YR/PR/JZ                                                      10:57

    Recorded live during the Company Week 1991
    Produced by Derek Bailey

  Alexander Balanescu (3,5,6,7): violin; Vanessa Mackness (3,5,6,7): voice;
  Yves Robert (1,2,5,6,7,8): trombone; Derek Bailey (5,6,7): guitar; Paul
  Lovens (3,8): percussion; Paul Rogers (4,8): bass; Pat Thomas (3,4): elec-
  tronics, keyboard; Buckethead (4): guitar; John Zorn (1,2,5,6,7,8): alto.

    1994 - Incus (UK), CD 18 (CD)

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177 - JAZZ À GO-GO: various artists

  This record features Lost Tribe, Wayne Horvitz & Pig Pen, Piotr Wojtasik
  Quintet, Christian Escoudé Trio.

    2/ Miss Ann                                 (Dolphy)                 6:19
    3/ Trigger Finger                           (Zorn)                   5:18

    Recorded live at the Akwarium, Warsaw (Poland) on February 2, 1994

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred Chalenor: bass; Mike
  Stone: drums.

    1994 - Jazz à go-go (Poland), A-003 (CD)
 
  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.
  Note: this CD is only available with the issue No 3, March 1994, of the
  Polish magazine "Jazz a go-go".

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178 - TIGHT LIKE FIST: God Is My Co-Pilot

    ?/ Igneous Ejaculation                      (John Zorn)

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory.

  Sharon Topper, Craig Flanagin, Fly, Jad Fair (singing on "Firecracker"),
  Alex Klein, Ann Rupel, Jenny Wade, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Jim Sauter, Louis
  Belogenis, Andy Haas, Michael Evans, Christine Bard, Siobhan Duffy, Laura
  Cromwell, David Simons, Dan Brown, Eddie Stern, and David Linton.

    1994 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-148 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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179 - LIVE IN POLAND: Wayne Horvitz & Pig Pen

    1/ Band Of Joeys                            (Horvitz)                3:33
    2/ Because I'm In Love Yeah                 (Horvitz)                2:33
    3/ Poisonhead                               (Zorn)                   1:25
    4/ Sterno                                   (Horvitz)                6:58
    5/ Grind                                    (Horvitz)                5:03
    6/ A Portrait Of Hank Williams Junior       (Horvitz)                6:45
    7/ The Front                                (Horvitz)                9:41
    8/ Speech                                   (Horvitz)                5:22
    9/ The Boss                                 (Horvitz)                5:06
    10/ The Very Beginning                      (Horvitz)                5:17
    11/ Miss Ann                                (Dolphy)                 5:24
    12/ Mr Rogers                               (Horvitz)                3:57

    Recorded live at the Akwarium, Warsaw (Poland) on February 3, 1994

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred Chalenor: bass; Mike 
  Stone: drums.

    1994 - Jazz a go-go (Poland), A-004 (CD)
    1995 - Cavity Search (USA), CSR 22 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.
  Note: the Polish CD was available as an audio companion of the magazine
  "Jazz a go-go" (issue No 4, April 1994).
  Note: the title list and timings are from the Cavity Search pressing; the
  Jazz a go-go pressing forgets to mention "Grind"; the US pressing resta-
  blishes the correct track listing.

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180 - DEVIL FROM THE EAST: A Decade of Tatsuya Yoshida

  This record features past works of Tatsuya Yoshida including projects with
  Phaidia, Malinconia, YBO2, Dissections Table, High Rise, Zoa, Ruins,
  Vasilisk, Zeni Geva, Torture Garden.

  John Zorn plays on one track with Torture Garden (what was the initial
  lineup of the band):

    13/ Blood Sucking Freaks                    (Torture Garden)         1:12

    Recorded live at Baus Theater on May 1st, 1991

  John Zorn: alto; Imahori: guitar; Kimoto: bass; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals;
  Tatsuya Yoshida: drums.

    1994 - Bloody Butterfly (Japan), ZIKS BB-014 (CD)

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181 - FANTASY BAND (A SHRIMPER COMPILATION): various artists

  This record features The Ah Club, Will Simmons, Iacocca, The Primordial
  Undermind, Chicken Damage, God Is My Co-Pilot, Massengil, Furniture Huschle,
  Party Of One, Jack Knife, Extra Glenns.

  John Zorn plays on one track with God Is My Co-Pilot:

    6/ Lead W/Your Chin

  Sharon: vocals; Craig: guitar, cello; Liz Sidaman Eristoff: cello; Chris
  Pellettieri: drums; John Zorn: saxophone; Michael Evans: drums.

    1994 - Shrimper (Giant/Interscope Records), SHR 710 (7")

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182 - TRANSYLVANIAN SOFTWEAR: Guy Klucevsek

    1/ Transylvanian Softwear                   (Klucevsek)              5:23
    2/ "Viavy Rose" Variations                  (Klucevsek)              6:10
    3/ Road Runner                              (Zorn)                   5:52
    4/ Perusal                                  (Klucevsek)              8:17
    5/ Bandoneons, Basil And Bay Leaves         (Klucevsek)              6:05
    Three "Microids"                            (Klucevsek)
      6/ My Right Foot, On The Other Hand                                2:20
      7/ Eleven Large Lobsters Loose In The Lobby                        0:58
      8/ Bustin' Broncos In The Balkans                                  1:50
    9/ Slow Dancing In Yugoslavia               (Duckworth)             12:10
    10/ The Disinformation Polka                (Frith)                  4:09

    Recorded at the Church of the Holy Trinity, New York City in March 1993

  Guy Klucevsek: free-bass accordion.

    1994 - John Marks Records, JMR 4 (CD)
    1999 - Starkland (USA), ST-207 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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183 - EXECUTION GROUND: Pain Killer

  Disc 1:
    1/ Parish Of Tama (Ossuary Dub)                                     16:05
    2/ Morning Of Balachaturdasi                                        14:45
    3/ Pashupatinath                                                    13:47
  Disc 2: Ambient
    4/ Pashupatinath                                                    20:00
    5/ Parish Of Tama                                                   19:19

    Recorded at Greenpoint Studio, Brooklyn, New York in June 1994

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Laswell: basses, samples; Mick Harris: drums, 
  samples, vocals.

    1994 - Subharmonic (USA), SD 7008-2 (2xCD)
    1995 - Subharmonic (USA), #1708 (2xCD)
    1995 - Toy's Factory Records (Japan), TFCK-88731/3 (3xCD)
    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7317 (4xCD)

  Note: the #1708 is a limited edition of 500 total: 250 being packaged in a
  marble box, and 250 in a metal box; both box designs are by artist Rockit.
  Note: the Japanese pressing adds an extra record which is a live concert
  called: LIVE IN OSAKA; following is its description:

*** - LIVE IN OSAKA: Pain Killer

    1/ GANDHAMADANA                                                     13:00
    2/ VAIDURYA                                                          9:00
    3/ SATAPITAKA                                                       11:00
    4/ BODKYITHANGGA                                                    13:00
    5/ John and Eye duo encore
      5a/ Black Bile                                                     1:45
      5b/ Yellow Bile                                                    0:58
      5c/ Crimson Bile                                                   1:46
      5d/ Ivory Bile                                                     1:26

    Recorded in November 1994 by Oz Fritz

  Regular Pain Killer lineup plus Yamatsuka Eye on (4,5).

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184 - MISS ANN: Wayne Horvitz and Pigpen

    1/ Miss Ann                                 (Dolphy)
    2/ The Very Beginning                       (Horvitz)
    3/ Hard Regulator                           (Horvitz)
    4/ Stupid                                   (Horvitz)
    5/ Ballad                                   (Horvitz)
    6/ Grind                                    (Horvitz)
    7/ Triggerfingers                           (Zorn)
    8/ One Last Blues                           (Horvitz)
    9/ Caligari                                 (Horvitz)

    Recorded at Sound Impressions, Portland (OR) in November 1993
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Briggan Krauss: alto; Fred Chalenor: bass; Mike
  Stone: drums; The Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet (4,9): Marjorie
  De Muynck, Amy Denio, Jessica Lurie, Barbara Marino.

    1994 - Tim/Kerr Records (USA), tk93cd069 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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185 - ALEF: Masada

    1/ Jair                                     (Zorn)                   4:53
    2/ Bith Aneth                               (Zorn)                   6:24
    3/ Tzofeh                                   (Zorn)                   5:13
    4/ Ashnah                                   (Zorn)                   6:20
    5/ Tahah                                    (Zorn)                   5:40
    6/ Kanah                                    (Zorn)                   7:26
    7/ Delin                                    (Zorn)                   1:54
    8/ Janohah                                  (Zorn)                   9:40
    9/ Zebdi                                    (Zorn)                   2:45
    10/ Idalah-Abal                             (Zorn)                   6:15
    11/ Zelah                                   (Zorn)                   3:48

    Recorded at RPM, New York City on February 20, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1994 - DIW (Japan), DIW-888 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 1.

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186 - MR. HOO-HA VISITS THE NON-STOP PISSING CIRCUS: Phlegm

    7/ Napalm Breath

    Recorded in 1994

  John Zorn: vocals; etc.

    1994 - Dr Jim's Records (Australia), DR JIM 11 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn is not credited on the record.

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187 - BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS 
  
    1/ Boy (Go)
    2/ Clustering Train
    3/ Omaha
    4/ Silver Bullet 
    5/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder
    6/ The Animal Speaks
    7/ Diamond
    8/ (Kind of) True
    9/ Wild River
    10/ Something Becomes Nothing
    11/ Clean Plate
    12/ Under the Cap 
    13/ Only One Party
    14/ The Animal Speaks 

  Bill Laswell: bass; Anton Fier: drums; John Zorn: sax, clarinets, game
  calls; Michael Stipe: vocals; Jack Bruce: vocals; John Lydon: vocals; Syd
  Straw: vocals; Robert Kindney: vocals; Amanda Kramer: vocals; Matthew Sweet:
  vocals; Arto Lindsay: vocals; Jody Harris: guitar; Richard Thompson: guitar;
  Mike Hampton: guitar; Chris Stamey: guitar; Jody Harris: guitar; Henry
  Kaiser: guitar; Peter Blegvad: guitar; Nicky Skopelitis: guitar; Fred Frith
  (11): guitar; Jamaaladeen Tacuma: bass; Bernie Worrell: keyboards; Carla
  Bley: keyboards; David Moss: percussion.

    1994 - Jimco (Japan), JICK-89465 (CD)

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188 - BEIT: Masada

    1/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                   7:08
    2/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                  10:05
    3/ Lachish                                  (Zorn)                   2:25
    4/ Rachab                                   (Zorn)                   4:47
    5/ Peliyot                                  (Zorn)                   4:32
    6/ Achshaph                                 (Zorn)                   2:44
    7/ Sansanah                                 (Zorn)                   7:09
    8/ Ravayah                                  (Zorn)                   3:19
    9/ Sahar                                    (Zorn)                   6:12
    10/ Tirzah                                  (Zorn)                   8:47
    11/ Shilhim                                 (Zorn)                   2:18

    Recorded at RPM, NYC on February 20, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW-889 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 2.

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189 - THE ART OF MEMORY: John Zorn, Fred Frith

    1/ The Combiner                             (Zorn, Frith)            4:46
    2/ The Ladder                               (Zorn, Frith)            5:25
    3/ The Chain                                (Zorn, Frith)            4:55
    4/ The Field                                (Zorn, Frith)            7:58
    5/ The Table                                (Zorn, Frith)            8:44
    6/ The Interpreter                          (Zorn, Frith)            5:07
    7/ The Tree                                 (Zorn, Frith)            4:20
    8/ The FOUNTAIN and the MIRROR              (Zorn, Frith)            4:26

    Recorded in New York City, late 1993 

  John Zorn: alto; Fred Frith: guitar.

    1995 - Incus (UK), CD 20 (CD)

  Note: all music improvised live by John Zorn and Fred Frith.

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190 - PEACE ON EARTH (MUSIC OF JOHN COLTRANE): Prima Materia

    1/ Spiritual                                (Coltrane)              17:21
    2/ Peace On Earth                           (Coltrane)              16:07
    3/ Brazilia                                 (Coltrane)              16:42
    4/ India                                    (Coltrane)              18:52
    5/ Alabama                                  (Coltrane)               8:23

    No recording information
    Produced by Louie Belogenis

  Rashied Ali: drums; Louie Belogenis: tenor; Allan Chase: soprano, alto; Joe
  Gallant: bass; William Parker: bass; John Zorn (1,3): alto.

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-158 (CD)
 
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191 - GIMEL: Masada

    1/ Ziphim                                   (Zorn)                   9:17
    2/ Abidan                                   (Zorn)                   6:48
    3/ Katzatz                                  (Zorn)                   2:24
    4/ Hazor                                    (Zorn)                   6:04
    5/ Netivot                                  (Zorn)                   3:38
    6/ Karaim                                   (Zorn)                   5:58
    7/ Hekhal                                   (Zorn)                   3:02
    8/ Sheloshim                                (Zorn)                   8:15
    9/ Lebaoth                                  (Zorn)                   5:12
    10/ Tannaim                                 (Zorn)                   8:54

    Recorded at RPM, New York City on February 20, 1994 and at Power Station,
    New York City on June 22, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW-890 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 3.

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192 - 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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193 - SIGNALS FOR TEA: Steve Beresford, His Piano and Orchestra

    1/ All My Fibres                            (Beresford, Brenner)     4:01
    2/ Rent                                     (Beresford, Brenner)     4:17
    3/ Unremarkable                             (Beresford, Brenner)     5:44
    4/ Signals For Tea                          (Beresford, Brenner)     4:16
    5/ Approximate Song                         (Beresford, Brenner)     3:31
    6/ Let's Get Cynical                        (Beresford, Brenner)     3:43
    7/ Good Morning                             (Beresford, Brenner)     6:50
    8/ The 3 Doors                              (Beresford)              6:06
    9/ Elephants                                (Beresford, Brenner)     4:05
    10/ Little Window                           (Beresford, Brenner)     4:30
    11/ The Agony Of You                        (Beresford, Brenner)     3:40
  Bonus Tracks (?):
    12/ Good Morning (Solo Version)             (Beresford, Brenner)     3:15
    13/ Speed Limit                             (Beresford)              8:33
    14/ Unremarkable (Solo Version)             (Beresford, Brenner)     3:43

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studio, New York City in July 1994
    Produced by Steve Beresford and John Zorn

  Steve Beresford: piano, vocals; John Zorn (1-11,13): alto, backing vocals;
  Dave Douglas (1-11,13): trumpet, backing vocals; Greg Cohen (1-11,13):
  double bass, backing vocals; Kenny Wollesen (1-11,13): drums, backing
  vocals.

    1995 - Avant (Japan), Avan 039 (CD)

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194 - DALET: Masada

    1/ Midbar                                   (Zorn)                   6:20
    2/ Mahlah                                   (Zorn)                   8:19
    3/ Zenan                                    (Zorn)                   3:57

    Recorded at RPM, New York City on February 20, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIWS-3 (CD)
    1997 - DIW (Japan), DIW 923 (CD)

  Note: the original pressing of this record was never available for retail;
  it was given away by DIW in exchange of the proof of buying the three first
  Masada; the deadline for getting it was June 1995.
  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 4.
  Note: this record was reissued in 1997 as a regular record, this time...

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195 - BAR DEL MATTATOIO: Seigen Ono

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

    Recorded between September 1988 and June 1994
    Produced by Seigen Ono

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

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

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196 - 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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*** - LIVE AT THE KNITTING FACTORY, VOLUME 6: various artists

  This record features Anthony Coleman's Self-haters, Fantods, Ned Rothenberg
  and Glen Velez, Chris Cunningham, Estabmatique, Tom Varner Trio, No Safety,
  Tom Cora Project, Kuru, Babe the Blue Ox, Knitting Factory noises and Jimi
  Monk.

  John Zorn plays on one track with No Safety:

    ?/ ???

    1995 - Knitting Factory Works, KFWCD-163 (CD)

  Note: this record was never released because the first choices did not work
  out; there is still a possibility that it might be released... one day.

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197 - KLEZMER MADNESS!: David Krakauer

    1/ Africa Bulgar                            (traditional)            3:42
    2/ Bogota Bulgar                            (traditional)            4:06
    3/ A Few Bowls Terkish                      (traditional)            4:37
    4/ At The Rabbi's Table                     (traditional)            5:14
    5/ Doina/Death March Suite                	(traditional)           10:32
    6/ Funky Dave                               (Tarras, Heimisher Sher) 5:53
    7/ The Ballad Of Chernobyl                  (traditional)            5:19
    8/ Gong Doina                               (Krakauer, Licht)        2:19
    9/ Living With The H Tune                   (traditional)            6:03
    10/ Rachab                                  (John Zorn)              1:27

    Recorded by Hugo Dwyer at Baby Monster Studios, New York City
    Produced by Hugo Dwyer and David Krakauer

  David Krakauer: clarinet, bass clarinet; Michael Alpert: accordion, vocals;
  David Licht: drums; Anthony Coleman (4,7): keyboard sampler; Adam Rogers
  (6): guitar; Guillermo (Willie) Penate (2): guiro; Juan Ortega (2): timb-
  ales; Oscar Ortega (2): congas.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7101 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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198 - HEX KITCHEN: Ikue Mori

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

    Recorded at Harmonic Ranch Studio
    Produced by Ikue Mori

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

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

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199 - MINOR SWING: John Patton

    1/ The Way I Feel                           (Patton)                12:05
    2/ Tyrone                                   (Larry Young)            6:32
    3/ Minor Swing                              (Patton)                 8:36
    4/ The Rock                                 (Patton)                 6:27
    5/ Along Cam John                           (Patton)                 5:14
    6/ Lite Hit                                 (Marvin Cabell, Patton)  7:14
    7/ B Men Thel                               (Patton)                 7:27

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City on December 21, 1994
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; John Patton: organ; Ed Cherry: guitar; Kenny Wollesen:
  drums.

    1995 - DIW Disk Union (Japan), DIW-896 (CD)

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200 - TOPS OF TREES: Carol Emanuel

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

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

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

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

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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201 - ZOHAR: Mystic Fugu Orchestra

    1/ Alef                                                              0:40
    2/ Book of Splendors                                                 3:48
    3/ Frog Doina                                                        2:01
    4/ The Dybbuk                                                        2:28
    5/ 2000 Years                                                        1:00
    6/ Goniff Dance                                                      2:17
    7/ Rav Nova                                                          7:44
    8/ Ayin                                                              3:37

  Rav Yechida (Yamatsuka Eye): voice; Rav Tzizit (John Zorn): harmonium.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7106 (CD)

  Note: originally, this was supposed to be released as a set of 78RPM.

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202 - ANGELICA 1994: various artists

  A document from the fourth edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica 
  which features Bob Ostertag, John Zorn, Fred Frith, Phil Minton, John 
  Oswald, Quartetto P.A.P.A., Le Terre Silenziose, Orchestra Del Teatro 
  Comunale Di Bologna, Band Is Woman, Guy Klucevsek, Ain't Nothing But A 
  Polka Band, Rohan de Saram, Mark Dresser, Gerry Hemingway, Stefano 
  Scodanibbio, Banda Roncati, Banda Bird.

    1/ Crazy Friend, Crazy Free 		(audience, Zorn)	 0:31
    2/ O.ZO.					(Ostertag, Zorn)	 4:47
    3/ MI.ZO.					(Minton, Zorn)		 1:49
    4/ FR.ZO.					(Frith, Zorn)		 2:32
    5/ Continuation in concert of sound check interrupted by mechanical 
       failure of saxophone			(Frith, Oswald)		 3:33
    6/ HOY PHIL					(Minton, Oswald)	 2:55
    7/ RED.O.					(Frith, Ostertag)	 2:09
    8/ Baryshnikov				(North American Experience)
									 0:33
    9/ Pausa					(Frith)			 0:40
    10/ V&					(Oswald)		 0:19
    11/ Fata Flexa				(Paolo Grandi)		 4:05
    12/ Camelot					(Claudio Scannavini)	 3:01
    13/ Western Lands				(Scodanibbio)		 3:27
    14/ A. Al Teatro Comunale Di Bologna	(Band is Woman)		 0:18
    15/ Delle Piu Alte Torri 			(Scodanibbio)		 1:47
    16/ Oa Poa Polka				(Mary Ellen Childs)	 3:23
    17/ 'Plaus					(Oswald)		 3:30
    18/ Polka Dots And Laser Beams              (Guy De Bievre)          2:33
    19/ 								 1:13
      19a/ Barry Shankoff Entrance		(A.C. Jobim)
      19b/ Jazz Edit				(Oswald)	 
    20/ Pausa								 0:01
    21/ Kielbasa, Beer And Sauer Krauet 	(Bob Lucas)		 4:53
    **/ Riflessivo                                                       1:00
    22/ Finalite				(Dresser, Frith, Hemingway,
						 Minton, Oswald, Ostertag,
						 Zorn)			 8:24
    23/ untitled				(Roncati, audience)	 2:25
    24/ Bonus					(Banda Bird)		 0:01

    Recorded live at Angelica, fourth Festival Internazionale Di Musica,
    Bologna (Italy), May 24-29, 1994

  John Zorn (1-3,4,22): voice, alto; Bob Ostertag (2,7,22): samplers; Phil 
  Minton (3,6,22): vocals; Fred Frith (4,5,7,9,22): electric guitar, voice;
  John Oswald (5,6,17,19,22): alto, tapes, bongo; Gerry Hemingway (22): drums;
  Mark Dresser (22): bass; Rohan De Saram (13,15): cello; Stefano Scodanibbio
  (13): bass; Quartetto P.A.P.A. (10): Rossana Capellari (violin), Paola 
  Garavaldi (violin), Alessandro Urso (viola), Paolo Grandi (cello); Le Terre
  Silenziose (11): Rossana Capellari (violin), Paola Garavaldi (violin), 
  Alessandro Urso (viola), Paolo Grandi (cello), Marco Ferrari (clarinet), 
  Marco Verza (bass clarinet), Oussini Jamal (violin, percussion); Orchestra
  Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna conducted by Franco Sebastiani (12); Band 
  Is Woman (14): Camilla Missio, Daniela Cattivelli, Maddalena Maglione, 
  Franca Pampaloni, Simonetta Paladini, Michela Zini; Guy Klucevsek (16):
  accordion; Ain't nothin' but a Polka Band (18,21): Guy Klucevsek (voice, 
  accordion), John King (electric guitar, voice), Bill Ruyle (drums, marimba,
  voice), David Hofstra (electric bass, voice); Banda Roncati (23); Banda Bird
  (24); audience (1,18,23).

    1995 - CAICAI Music (Italy), CAICAI-006 (CD)

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203 - I HEAR YA! THE CAROLINE DISTRIBUTION CD SAMPLER SPRING 1995

  This record features No Use For A Name, Pet UFO, Snapcase, Lida Husik,
  Copper Fabric, Poole, Jack Black, Ignite, Noise Box, Praxis, Hi Fi & the
  Roadburners, Goober & the Peas, Apples in Stero, Bodeco, Crash Worship,
  Colossus of the Fall, Strife, Wishplants, Pain Killer, Synaestheia, Love
  Spirals Downward.

  John Zorn plays on one track with Pain Killer:

    20/ Parish of Tama                          (Pain Killer)

    1995 - Caroline (USA), #8 (CD)

  See EXECUTION GROUND (1994) for further references.

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204 - FIRST RECORDINGS 1973: John Zorn

    Mikhail Zoetrope                            (Zorn)
      1/ Act I                                                          22:13
      2/ Act II                                                         13:43
      3/ Act III                                                        11:00
    Conquest of Mexico                          (Zorn)
      4/ Part 1 - Warning Signs                                          7:45
      5/ Part 2 - Confession                                             3:39
      6/ Part 3 - Convulsions/Abdication                                 3:56
    7/ Wind Ko/La                               (Zorn)                   3:04
    8/ Automata of Al-Jazari                    (Zorn)                   1:16
    9/ Variations on a Theme by Albert Ayler    (Zorn)                  11:04

    Recorded between 1973 and 1974

  John Zorn: all instruments.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7304 (CD)

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205 - REDBIRD: John Zorn

    1/ Dark River                               (Zorn)                   8:52
    2/ Redbird                                  (Zorn)                  41:01

    Recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jim Pugliese: bass drums (on (1)), percussion; Carol Emanuel (2): harp; Jill
  Jaffe (2): viola; Erik Friedlander (2): cello; John Zorn: conductor.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7008 (CD)

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206 - NANI NANI: Dekoboko Hajime, Yamantaka Eye

    1/ Eep Man                                  (Hajime, Eye)            1:07
    2/ Test Tube                                (Hajime, Eye)            3:11
    3/ Thank You For Not Thinking               (Hajime, Eye)            2:36
    4/ Pulp Wars                                (Hajime, Eye)            2:57
    5/ Sticky Beethoven's Pipeline              (Hajime, Eye)            1:15
    6/ Laughing Eskimo                          (Hajime, Eye)            1:28
    7/ Damascus                                 (Hajime, Eye)            1:11
    8/ Yoga Dollar                              (Hajime, Eye)            5:17
    9/ Propolution                              (Hajime, Eye)            1:36
    10/ My Rainbow Life                         (Hajime, Eye)            1:44
    11/ Bad Hawkwind                            (Hajime, Eye)           18:13
    12/ We Live                                 (Hajime, Eye)            0:56

    Recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City on March 17-18, 1995

  Dekoboko Hajime (John Zorn): sax, harmonium, guitar, sitar, samples;
  Yamantaka Eye: vocal, drums, toys.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7206 (CD)

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207 - THE BOOK OF HEADS: John Zorn 

    1/ Etude #1                                 (Zorn)                   2:44
    2/ Etude #2                                 (Zorn)                   0:32
    3/ Etude #3                                 (Zorn)                   0:39
    4/ Etude #4                                 (Zorn)                   2:04
    5/ Etude #5                                 (Zorn)                   2:46
    6/ Etude #6                                 (Zorn)                   1:02
    7/ Etude #7                                 (Zorn)                   2:36
    8/ Etude #8                                 (Zorn)                   1:25
    9/ Etude #9                                 (Zorn)                   1:10
    10/ Etude #10                               (Zorn)                   0:31
    11/ Etude #11                               (Zorn)                   2:04
    12/ Etude #12                               (Zorn)                   1:51
    13/ Etude #13                               (Zorn)                   2:18
    14/ Etude #14                               (Zorn)                   0:38
    15/ Etude #15                               (Zorn)                   1:58
    16/ Etude #16                               (Zorn)                   1:27
    17/ Etude #17                               (Zorn)                   0:46
    18/ Etude #18                               (Zorn)                   0:27
    19/ Etude #19                               (Zorn)                   0:42
    20/ Etude #20                               (Zorn)                   1:20
    21/ Etude #21                               (Zorn)                   2:20
    22/ Etude #22                               (Zorn)                   1:51
    23/ Etude #23                               (Zorn)                   3:08
    24/ Etude #24                               (Zorn)                   1:52
    25/ Etude #25                               (Zorn)                   0:58
    26/ Etude #26                               (Zorn)                   0:37
    27/ Etude #27                               (Zorn)                   1:29
    28/ Etude #28                               (Zorn)                   3:08
    29/ Etude #29                               (Zorn)                   2:11
    30/ Etude #30                               (Zorn)                   2:50
    31/ Etude #31                               (Zorn)                   1:09
    32/ Etude #32                               (Zorn)                   1:30
    33/ Etude #33                               (Zorn)                   1:22
    34/ Etude #34                               (Zorn)                   1:18
    35/ Etude #35                               (Zorn)                   1:22

     Recorded on March 19, 1995 at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City
     Produced by John Zorn

  Marc Ribot: solo guitar.

    1995 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7009 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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208 - JOHN ZORN MASADA LIVE: Masada

    1/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                   8:05
    2/ Karaim                                   (Zorn)                  11:31
    3/ Lachish                                  (Zorn)                   2:32
    4/ Ashnah                                   (Zorn)                   7:17
    5/ Tahah                                    (Zorn)                   7:01
    6/ Katzaz                                   (Zorn)                   3:14
    7/ Ravayah                                  (Zorn)                   4:01
    8/ Hobah                                    (Zorn)                  10:14
    9/ Bithaiveth                               (Zorn)                  13:48
    10/ Sheloshim                               (Zorn)                   3:57

    Recorded live at Fabrik in Hamburg (Germany) on November 12, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Kenny Wollesen:
  drums.

    1995 - Jazz Door (Italy), JD 1293 (CD)

  Note: according to Stefan Negele, the recording information given on the
  record is wrong (it was not recorded in New York City in 1994).

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209 - 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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210 - HEI: Masada

    1/ Paran                                    (Zorn)                   5:12
    2/ Halisah                                  (Zorn)                   6:27
    3/ Yoreh                                    (Zorn)                   6:50
    4/ Beeroth                                  (Zorn)                   4:13
    5/ Hobah                                    (Zorn)                  11:38
    6/ Neshamah                                 (Zorn)                   6:06
    7/ Lakum                                    (Zorn)                   3:11
    8/ Makedah                                  (Zorn)                   8:36
    9/ Hafla'ah                                 (Zorn)                   4:55

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City on July 16 and 17, 1995
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW 899 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 5.

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211 - VAV: Masada

    1/ Debir                                    (Zorn)                   8:02
    2/ Shebuah                                  (Zorn)                   8:10
    3/ Mikreh                                   (Zorn)                   3:57
    4/ Tiferet                                  (Zorn)                   4:06
    5/ Nevalah                                  (Zorn)                   2:11
    6/ Miktav                                   (Zorn)                   9:40
    7/ Nashon                                   (Zorn)                   8:38
    8/ Avelut                                   (Zorn)                   7:32
    9/ Beer Sheba                               (Zorn)                   8:50

    Recorded at Power Station, New York City on July 16 and 17, 1995
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1995 - DIW (Japan), DIW 900 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 6.
  Note: looks like there is also a limited edition of this record.

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212 - SAMPLES: various artists

  This record features Bazooka Joe, P.O.N., Melt Banana, Ausia, Black Stage,
  Saga Yuki, Houraku-Ya, Fukuoka Yutaka and Kido Natsuki, Ixa-Wud, Bondage
  Fruit, Painkiller, Yoshida Tatsuya and Katsui Yuji, Isoda Osamu, ZZZ,
  20Fingers, Harpy, Live Under The Sky with Uchihashi/Hirose/Katsui, Katsui
  Yuji and Ponchi Kyoudai.

  John Zorn plays on one track with Painkiller:

    11/ Ayurveda

    Recorded at Nagoya on November 24, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Laswell: bass; Mick Harris: drums.

    1995 - Maboroshi No Sekai (Japan), MABO-001 (CD)

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213 - HARRAS: Derek Bailey, John Zorn, William Parker

    1/ Morning Harras                                                   10:19
    2/ Noon Harras                                                       8:59
    3/ Evening Harras                                                   36:01

    Recorded by James McLean live at the Knitting Factory, New York City
    Produced by John Zorn and Derek Bailey

  Derek Bailey: guitar; John Zorn: alto; William Parker: bass.

    1995 - Avant (Japan), Avan 056 (CD)

  Note: the silence on the track #3 has the following explanation:
    "According to Derek Bailey, the abrupt cutoff was planned. Derek wanted
    to end it "on a high". The Bailey solo material appended after the silence
    was apparently Zorn's idea." (thanks to Peter Stubley/Lynn Rardin)

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214 - OCEAN OF SOUND: various artists

  Sampler companion to the book by David Toop which features tracks by King
  Tubby, Herbie Hancock, Aphex Twin, Jon Hassell, Ujang Suryana, Claude
  Debussy, Les Baxter, My Bloody Valentine, Brian Eno, The Vancouver
  Soundscape, Peter Brötzmann octet, Harold Budd, Miles Davis, Terry Riley,
  Detty Kurnia, Ornette Coleman, John Zorn/David Toop, Paul Schütze, The
  Velvet Underground, Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers, Beach Boys, African
  Headcharge, Sun Ra, Music Improvisation Company, Deep Listening Band, John
  Cage, Erik Satie, and atmospheric field recordings.

  Disc 2:
    5/ Chen Pe'I Pe'I                           (Zorn, Toop)

    1995 - Virgin (UK), ambt10 (2xCD)

  See DEADLY WEAPONS (1986) for further references.

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215 - JOHN ZORN'S COBRA: TOKYO OPERATIONS '94

    1/ Cobra 1: Sensyo                          (Zorn)                   6:07
    2/ Cobra 2: Tomobiki                        (Zorn)                   9:27
    3/ Cobra 3: Senbu                           (Zorn)                   8:08
    4/ Cobra 4: Butsumetsu                      (Zorn)                   8:54
    5/ Cobra 5: Taian                           (Zorn)                   8:05
    6/ Cobra 6: Shakko                          (Zorn)                   9:54

    Recorded at Shibuya La Mama, Tokyo Japan on November 25, 1994
    Produced by Makigami Koichi

  Isso Yukihiro: nokan, dengakubue; Uemura Masahiro: percussion; Uchihashi
  Kazuhisa: guitar; Kinoshita Shinichi: shamisen; Senba Kiyohiko: percussion;
  Takei Makoto: shakuhachi; Tanaka Yumiko: gidayu; Nakamura Hitomi: hichi-
  riki; Maruta Miki: koto; Mekken: bass; Yamamoto Kyoko: vocal; Ito Taeko:
  ortin doo; Makigami Koichi: prompter.

    1995 - Avant (Japan), Avan 049 (CD)

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216 - GREATEST HITS: Half Japanese 

  Disc 1:
    1/ Firecracker 				(Jad Fair) 	 	 2:42	
    2/ Daytona Beach 				(Jad Fair) 		 1:47
    3/ Said And Done 				(Jad Fair, Jickling)	 2:52
    4/ Dance When I Say Dance 			(David Fair)		 1:47
    5/ Postcard From Far Away 			(Jad Fair)	 	 1:42
    6/ Worst I'd Ever Do 			(Jad Fair)	 	 0:43
    7/ Horseshoes 				(Jad Fair)	 	 2:12
    8/ Open/Close Your Eyes 			(Jad Fair)	 	 1:10
    9/ This Could Be The Night 			(Jad Fair)	 	 4:39
    10/ Put Some Sugar On It 			(Jac Fair)	 	 2:50
    11/ Calling All Girls 			(David Fair)		 1:01
    12/ Bamba 					(traditional)		 1:56
    13/ Love At First Sight 			(Jad Fair)		 2:44
    14/ Rub Every Muscle 			(David Fair)		 1:45
    15/ Silver And Katherine 			(Jad Fair)		 3:13
    16/ My Sordid Past 				(Jad Fair)		 1:30
    17/ Ride, Ride, Ride 			(Jad Fair)		 0:32
    18/ Day And Night 				(Jad Fair)		 2:52
    19/ Last Straw 				(Jad Fair)		 1:22
    20/ Nicole 					(Jad Fair)		 4:30
    21/ Miracles Happen Every Day 		(Jad Fair)		 2:16
    22/ U.S. Teens 				(Jad Fair)		 1:08
    23/ School Of Love 				(Jad Fair)		 1:09
    24/ T For Texas 				(Jimmie Rodgers)	 8:23
    25/ Colleen 				(Jad Fair)		 2:33
    26/ Red Dress 				(Jad Fair)		 2:15
    27/ Charmed Life 				(Jad Fair)		 1:46
    28/ Rosemary's Baby 			(David Fair)		 1:32
    29/ I Know How It Feels...Bad 		(David Fair)		 2:38
    30/ Roman Candles 				(David Fair)		 2:20
    31/ Dream Date 				(Jad Fair)		 1:45
  Disc 2:
    32/ Movin On Up 				(Primal Scream)		 2:17
    33/ No More Beatlemania 			(David Fair)		 1:53
    34/ How Did You Know? 			(Jad Fair)		 1:34
    35/ Penny In The Fountain 			(Jad Fair)		 1:59
    36/ King Kong 				(Jad Fair)		 3:29
    37/ Secret 					(Jad Fair)		 2:16
    38/ B./C. Millionaires 			(Jad Fair)		 2:14
    39/ Amazing Clock 				(David Fair)		 2:44
    40/ Thick And Thin 				(Jad Fair)		 1:13
    41/ 1,000,000 Kisses 			(Jad Fair)		 1:55
    42/ Big Mistake 				(Jad Fair)		 1:26
    43/ Little Records 				(David Fair)		 1:20
    44/ No Direct Line 				(David Fair)		 2:01
    45/ House I Live In 			(Jad Fair)		 1:02
    46/ UFO Expert 				(Jad Fair)		 1:11
    47/ Identical Twins 			(David Fair)		 0:39
    48/ Double Trouble 				(Jad Fair)		 2:04
    49/ Evidence 				(Jad Fair)		 2:05
    50/ Stripping For Cash 			(Jad Fair)		 1:22
    51/ On The One Hand 			(Jad Fair)		 3:28
    52/ Snake Line 				(David Fair)		 2:07
    53/ Too Much Adrenalin 			(David Fair)		 1:28
    54/ Trouble In The Water 			(David Fair)		 3:00
    55/ Ball And Chain 				(W.M. Thornton)		 3:03
    56/ Her Parents Came Home 			(David Fair)		 1:02
    57/ Deadly Alien Spawn 			(Jad Fair)		 2:39
    58/ Ancient Life 				(Jad Fair)		 1:36
    59/ Poetic License 				(Jad Fair)		 2:10
    60/ Uncertain Feelings 			(Jad Fair)		 2:10
    61/ Something New... 			(David Fair)		 1:16
    62/ Fire To Burn 				(David Fair)		 2:33
    63/ Acupuncture 				(Jad Fair)		 2:16
    64/ Salt And Pepper 			(Jad Fair)		 1:58
    65/ Guitar Solo 				(Jad Fair)		 0:43
    66/ Little Bit More 			(Jad Fair)		 1:35
    67/ Mono 					(David Fair)		 0:20
    68/ Better Than Before 			(Jad Fair)		 1:26
    69/ Everything Is Right? 			(Don Fleming)		 2:46

    (6,11,23,31,33,38,44,56,65,67) recorded in 1976-1979
    (29) recorded in 1982 ?
    (28) recorded in 1983 ?
    (4,53,62) recorded in 1984
    (1,14,20,48,51,55,60,63) recorded in 1985
    (3,13,18,21,26,27,30,35,41,49,52,54,59,61) recorded in 1986
    (24,39,47) recorded in 1986
    (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58) recorded in 1987
    (34,37,45,69) recorded in 1987-1989
    (2,5,7,8,10,17) recorded in 1988
    (66,68) recorded in 1990
    (9,46) recorded in 1991
    (42) recorded in 1992
    (32,36) recorded in 1993
    (64) no recording information
    (4,6,11,23,24,28,31,33,34,37-39,44,45,47,53,56,62,65,67,69) produced by 
    Jad Fair
    (1,3,13,14,18,20,21,26,17,29,30,35,41,48,19,51,52,54,55,59,60,61,63) pro-
    duced by Don Zientara and 1/2 Japanese
    (2,5,7,8,10,12,15-17,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58) produced by Kramer
    (66,68) produced by 1/2 Japanese
    (9,46) produced by Moe Tucker
    (11) produced by Hank Beckmeyer & Eppo Krol
    (32,36) produced by Momo & Gilles Rieder

  Jad Fair: vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica; David Fair (1,3,4,6,11,13,
  14,18,20,21,23,24,26-31,33,35,38,39,41,44,47-49,51-56,59-63,65,67,69): 
  vocals, guitar, percussion; Mark Jickling (1-5,7,8,10,12-22,24-30,35,39-41,
  43,47-55,57-63,69): guitar; John Dreyfuss (1,3,4,13,14,18,20,21,26-30,35,41,
  48,49,51-55,59-63): saxophone; Rick Dreyfuss (1,4,14,20,224,8,29,39,47,48,
  51,53,55,60,62,63): drums; Lana Zabko (4,28,29,53,62): saxophone; Don 
  Fleming (2-5,7,8,10,13,17,18,21,24,26,27,30,35,39,41,47,49,52-54,59,61,62):
  guitar, vocals; Howard Wuelfing (4,53,62,69): bass; Richie Labrie (4,53,62,
  69): drums; Pippen Barnett (1,14,20,48,51,55,60,63): drums; Danny Finney (1,
  14,20,48,51,55,60,63): saxophone; Rebby Sharp guitar; Moe Tucker (1,9,14,20,
  46,48,51,55,60,63): drums; Lisa Mednick (1,14,20,48,51,55,60,63): keyboards;
  Jay Spiegel (3,13,18,21,24,26,27,30,35,39,41,47,49,52,54,59,61): drums; 
  Steve Johnson (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58): guitar; Rob Kennedy (2,5,
  7,8,10,12,15-17,19,22,24,25,40,43,50,57,58): bass; Scott Jarvis (2,5,7,8,10,
  12,15-17,19,22,24,25,39,40,43,47,50,57,58): drums; Gary Windo (12,15,16,19,
  22,25,40,43,50,57,58): saxophone; Terry Adams (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,
  57,58): piano; Kramer (2,5,7,8,10,12,15,16,17,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58): gui-
  tar, organ, bass, keyboards; David Licht (12,15,16,19,22,25,40,43,50,57,58):
  congas; Hank Beckmeyer (8,34,42,45,46): guitar, bass; John Sluggett (9,32,
  34,36,37,42,45,46,66,68): guitar, drums; Joe Martinelli (34,45): drums; Mick
  Hobbs (37,66,68): guitar; Jason Willett (37,66,68): bass; Gilles Rieder (32,
  36,37,42,66,68): drums; John Zorn (17): saxophone; Fred Frith (2): guitar;
  David Doris (9,46): saxophone; Tim Foljahn (32,36,42): guitar; Marc Baines
  (42): T-shirts; Eugene Chadbourne (24): vocals, guitar, harmonica.

    1995 - Safe House (USA), SH-2118-2 (2xCD)
    1995 - Safe House (USA), SH-2118-1 (3xLP)
    1995 - Safe House (USA), ??? (2xCT)

  Note: the (3xLP) edition is limited to 2000 hand-numbered copies.

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217 - MENAGERIE DREAMS: Thomas Chapin Trio

    1/ Bad Birdie                               (Chapin)                10:10
    2/ Menagerie Dreams                         (Chapin)                 1:40
    3/ Raise Four                               (T. Monk)                7:00
    4/ The Night Hog                            (Chapin)                 5:45
    5/ Poignant Dream                           (Borah Bergman)          7:39
    6/ A Drunken Monkey                         (Chapin)                12:48
    7/ Daydream                                 (Duke Ellington)         7:33
    8/ Put Your Quarter In And Watch The Chicken Dance
                                                (Chapin)                10:46
    9/ Foxwoods Stomp                           (Pavone)                 8:05

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York City in July 1994

  Thomas Chapin: alto, flute, baritone saxophone, mezzo-soprano; Mario Pavone:
  bass; Michael Sarin: drums, gongs; John Zorn (1,8): alto; Vernon Frazer (8):
  poetry.

    1996 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFWCD-167 (CD)

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218 - JOHN ZORN: LIVE AT THE PECCI MUSEUM: John Zorn

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

    Recorded live at Pecci Museum, Italy on March 7, 1995

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto; Yamatsuka Eye: vocals.

    1996 (?) - ??? (Italy), ??? (opaque orange vinyl 7")
    1996 (?) - ??? (Italy), ??? (opaque green vinyl 7")
    1996 (?) - ??? (Italy), ??? (opaque purple vinyl 7")

  Note: limited edition of 1000.

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219 - ECLECTIC GUITARS: various artists

  This record features Billy Jenkins, Robert Fripp String Quartet, David Toop,
  Invisible String Quartet, Terry Edwards, Seigen Ono, Elliott Sharp, David
  and Michael Starobin, G.P. Hall, Doctor Nerve, Robert Poss, Gilles Gobeil
  and René Lussier, Jeremy Peyton Jones, Bill Frisell with BCMG and Mike
  Gibbs, Frank Zappa.

  John Zorn plays on one track with Seigen Ono:

    ?/ I Do Love You A Little                                            ?:??

    1995 (1996?) - Unknown Public (UK), UP06 (CD/CT)

  See BAR DEL MATTATOIO (1994) for further references.

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220 - ZATTERE ALLA DERIVA: various artists

  This record features John Zorn & Masada (2), Die Knoedel (3), Iva Bittova
  (4), Lingua Franca & Val Resia Ensemble (5), Quartetto Vocale Giovanna 
  Marini (6), Pascal Comelade & Bel Canto Orquestra (7), Phil Minton & Veryan
  Weston (8), Fred Frith & Bob Ostertag (9), B-Shops for the Poor (10), Rale
  (11), Makam (12), Amy Denio (13), Boris Kovac & Ritual Nova Ensemble (14).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Masada:

    2/ Abidan                                   (Zorn)                   6:51

    Recorded by Jim Anderson at Power Station, New York City on June 22, 1994

  John Zorn: alto; Joey Baron: drums; Greg Cohen: bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet.

    1995 - More Music (Italy), MOMus 003 (CD)

  Note: the Masada track is an outtake from a Masada studio session (it was a
  second take previously unreleased).

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221 - 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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222 - NORTHERN DANCER: Jim Staley

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

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

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

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

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223 - VULGAR TONGUE: various artists

  This record features Sphyzein (1), Lizard Train (2), Come The Rubber Pig
  (3), Discordia (4), Christbait (5), Damaged (6), Womnal (7), Blood Duster
  (8), Bucket Rider (9), Copraphagia (10), Velvet Hammer (11), Mace (12),
  White Elephants (13), Chiaro Scuro (14), Fat (15), Lipstick Jack (16),
  Spiderbait (17), Vicious Circle (18), Venom P. Stinger (19), The Family
  (20), Cosmic Psychos (21), Powder Monkeys (22),  Snog (23), Crimson Boy
  (24), Slam Cam (25), The Reverend Spud Mc Geek and The Clowns Of Decadence
  (26), Dirty Three (27), Breather Hole (28), The Dumb Earth (29), Phelgm with
  John Zorn (30), Clowns Smiling Backwards (31), Mr Steelo (32), Meanies (33),
  Dream Poppies (34), Happy Gas Stare (35), Public Hanging (36), Leviathan
  (37), Atrophy (38), Bride Of The Atom (39), Dream Killers (40), Joel
  Silbersher & Melon Man (41), Fuck Fucks (42).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Phelgm:

    30/ Sniff The Sniffer                                                6:49

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory, NYC in September 1993

  John Zorn: alto; Oren Ambarchi: guitar; Hideki Kato: bass; Rob Avenaim:
  drums.

    1996 - Shock Records (Australia), VT2 (2xCD)

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224 - VERONA JAZZ: various artists

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

    6/ Poverty					(Morricone)		 4:14

    Recorded in Verona, Italy on June 27, 1988

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

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

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

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225 - HOPE AND DESPAIR: Kato Hideki

    1/ Hope And Despair                         (Kato, Bowne, Tada)      4:55
    2/ Your Angry Face                          (Kato)                   2:59
    3/ Tolerance                                (KH,TK,ZP)               2:18
    4/ Double Drum                              (Kato, Zorn)             6:04
    5/ Fatigue                                  (Kato, Parkins)          1:30
    6/ Song For A Scavenger                     (Kato, Kono)             5:21
    7/ Watching The Sleeping Lover              (Kato, Parkins)          4:34
    8/ Savage                                   (Kato, Kono)             3:36
    9/ Tale Of A Sanke                          (KH,KM,OG,TM)            6:00
    10/ Against The Sky                         (Kato, Bowne, Kono)      7:08

  Kato Hideki: bass, bowed and slide guitar, angklung (bamboo percussion); 
  Kono Masahiko: trombone; Zeena Parkins: harp; Douglas Bowne: drums; Ogimi
  Gen: percussion; Tanaka Michiaki: percussion; Tada Makio (1): sampler;
  Terasaki Keitar (3): piano; John Zorn (4): piano.

    1996 - Extreme (Australia), XCD 036 (CD)

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226 - STATE OF THE UNION: various artists

  This record features three sets of musicians, one from 1982 was available on
  a LP, one from 1992 only available on a CD, and one from 1996 only available
  on a 2xCD set.

  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.

  1996: John Duncan, Tricia Worden, Ui, Queen Esther, Pain Killer, Penny 
  Arcade, Chris Haskett, Anne Elliott, BardEvansPugliese, Steve Piccolo, 
  Circuit Redux, Jaron Lanier, Maggie Estep, Frank Rothkamm, Happy Boy, J.F.
  Coleman, Rebecca Moore, Allen Ginsberg, Paul deMarinis, Lenny Kaye, Norman
  Yamada, DJ Spooky, Mark Helias, Matthew Ostrowski, Mark Degliantoni, 
  Pharmacy Lounge, Tracie Morris, Andrea Parkins, Hakim Bey, Reed Ghazala, Sim
  Cain, Cameron Allen/Ahrin Mishan, Machine Gun, Ebon Fisher, The Hound, 
  Lauren Weinger, DJ Olive, Lucius Sheppard, Zeena Parkins, Babytooth, Edwin
  Torres, Heimlich Maneuver, Bad Behavior, Lukas Ligeti, Chris Cochrane, 
  Joseph Trump, Jack Womack, Gary Hinesley, Judy Dunaway, F.I.B., Run On, 
  Lynne Tillman/Dave Hofstra, Michael Lowenstern, Cyrnai, David Greenberger,
  Seven Kings, Theo Bleckmann, Katie O'Looney, Kurt Ralske, Annie Gosfield,
  Minus, Peter Sherer, Frank Pahl, Mark Trayle, Jenifer Berman, Digitalis,
  Christina Wheeler, Jon Gibson, Dim Sum Clip Job, Tom Schmidt, Mars Williams/
  Ken Vandermark, Tony Maimone/Yuval Gabay, Michael Pugliese, Twisted Tutu,
  Timber, Philorene, Roger Kleier, Karthik Swaminathan.

  John Zorn plays on two tracks, one with Pain Killer:

  Disc 1:
    5/ Ayurveda

  Mick Harris: drums; Bill Laswell: bass; John Zorn: alto.

  and one in duo with Yamatsuka Eye:

    51/ Cowlick Pussy Man

    1996 - Atavistic (USA), ALP69CD (2xCD)

  Note: see also STATE OF THE UNION (1992/1993) for further references on 
  (51).

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227 - BAR KOKHBA: John Zorn

  Music interpreted by Masada Chamber Ensembles.

  Disc 1:
    1/ Gevurah                                  (Zorn)                   6:55
    2/ Nezikin                                  (Zorn)                   1:51
    3/ Mahshav                                  (Zorn)                   4:33
    4/ Rokhev                                   (Zorn)                   3:10
    5/ Abidan                                   (Zorn)                   5:19
    6/ Sheloshim                                (Zorn)                   5:03
    7/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)                   2:25
    8/ Paran                                    (Zorn)                   4:48
    9/ Mahlah                                   (Zorn)                   7:48
    10/ Socoh                                   (Zorn)                   4:07
    11/ Yechida                                 (Zorn)                   8:24
    12/ Bikkurim                                (Zorn)                   3:25
    13/ Idalah-Abal                             (Zorn)                   5:04
  Disc 2:
    14/ Tannaim                                 (Zorn)                   4:38
    15/ Nefesh                                  (Zorn)                   3:33
    16/ Abidan                                  (Zorn)                   3:13
    17/ Mo'ed                                   (Zorn)                   4:59
    18/ Maskil                                  (Zorn)                   4:41
    19/ Mishpatim                               (Zorn)                   6:46
    20/ Sansanah                                (Zorn)                   6:56
    21/ Shear-Jashub                            (Zorn)                   2:06
    22/ Mahshav                                 (Zorn)                   4:50
    23/ Sheloshim                               (Zorn)                   6:45
    24/ Mochin                                  (Zorn)                  13:11
    25/ Karaim                                  (Zorn)                   3:39

    Recorded at Baby Monster Studios, New York City in August 1994, December
    1995 and March 1996
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman (2,4,6,10,12,14,16,20,21,25): violin; Erik Friedlander (2,4,6,
  10,12,14,16,21,25): cello; Greg Cohen (2,4,6,9,10,12,14,16,18,21,25): bass; 
  Marc Ribot (9,18,24): guitar; Anthony Coleman (1,3,11,17,19): piano; David 
  Krakauer (3,8): clarinets; John Medeski (5,7,8,13,15,17,20,22,23): organ, 
  piano; Mark Dresser (1,15,19): bass; Kenny Wollesen (1,2,15,19,23): drums; 
  Chris Speed (5,13,20,23): clarinet; Dave Douglas (23): trumpet.

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7108-2 (2xCD)

  Note: some of this music was originally recorded for THE ART OF REMEMBRANCE
  -- SIMON WIESENTHAL, a feature documentary film by Johanna Heer and Werner
  Schmiedel.

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228 - BOOGIE WITH THE HOOK: Eugene Chadbourne

  Features Eugene Chadbourne in duo with Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, Charles
  Tyler, Volcmar Verkerk, John Zorn.

  John Zorn plays on one track:

    7/ Red Lightning part 1                     (Chadbourne, Zorn)      17:16

    Recorded in New York City, 1980.

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, personal effects; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb
  clarinet, game calls.

    1996 - Leo Records (UK) CD LR 242 (CD)

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229 - IN MEMORY OF NIKKI ARANE: Eugene Chadbourne, John Zorn

    1/ In Memory Of Nikki Arane                                         12:35
    2/ In Memory Of Nikki Arane                                         20:18
    3/ In Memory Of Nikki Arane                                         10:48
    4/ In Memory Of Nikki Arane                                         18:08

    Recorded in the State of New York, 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne: dobro, guitars; John Zorn: soprano, alto, clarinet.

    1996 - Incus (UK), CD 23 (CD)

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230 - ZAYIN: Masada

    1/ Shevet                                   (Zorn)                   7:58
    2/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)                   3:24
    3/ Mahshav                                  (Zorn)                   6:16
    4/ Shamor                                   (Zorn)                   5:09
    5/ Bacharach                                (Zorn)                   1:24
    6/ Otoit                                    (Zorn)                   3:27
    7/ Nevuah                                   (Zorn)                   8:22
    8/ Kedem                                    (Zorn)                   9:55
    9/ Zemer                                    (Zorn)                   2:14
    10/ Evel                                    (Zorn)                   5:35
    11/ Tekufah                                 (Zorn)                   6:59

    Recorded at Power Station, New York on April 16, 1996

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1996 - DIW (Japan), DIW-915 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 7.

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231 - FILMWORKS V - TEARS OF ECSTASY: John Zorn

  Soundtrack for the movie "Tears Of Ecstasy" (1995) by director Oki Hiroyuki.

    1/ Factor                                   (Zorn)                   1:02
    2/ Intercept                                (Zorn)                   1:13
    3/ Lemma                                    (Zorn)                   1:18
    4/ Root                                     (Zorn)                   1:06
    5/ Net                                      (Zorn)                   1:19
    6/ Lie Group                                (Zorn)                   1:10
    7/ Reduction                                (Zorn)                   1:03
    8/ Trisectrix Of MacLaurin                  (Zorn)                   1:07
    9/ Interpolation                            (Zorn)                   1:09
    10/ Gradients                               (Zorn)                   1:16
    11/ Random Walk                             (Zorn)                   1:27
    12/ Cusp                                    (Zorn)                   1:04
    13/ Region                                  (Zorn)                   1:07
    14/ Block                                   (Zorn)                   1:09
    15/ Prediction                              (Zorn)                   1:09
    16/ Concordance                             (Zorn)                   1:13
    17/ Modulus                                 (Zorn)                   1:01
    18/ Addition                                (Zorn)                   1:08
    19/ Ergodicity                              (Zorn)                   1:24
    20/ Prism                                   (Zorn)                   1:15
    21/ Mean Difference                         (Zorn)                   2:13
    22/ Likelihood                              (Zorn)                   1:18
    23/ Deviation                               (Zorn)                   1:02
    24/ Curl                                    (Zorn)                   1:12
    25/ Probable Error                          (Zorn)                   1:24
    26/ Limit                                   (Zorn)                   1:09
    27/ Youden Square                           (Zorn)                   1:19
    28/ Tensor                                  (Zorn)                   1:06
    29/ Martingale                              (Zorn)                   1:05
    30/ Tantochrone                             (Zorn)                   1:07
    31/ Witch Of Agnesi                         (Zorn)                   1:14
    32/ Rank                                    (Zorn)                   0:58
    33/ Quadrature                              (Zorn)                   1:03
    34/ Discriminant                            (Zorn)                   1:23
    35/ Rose Curve                              (Zorn)                   1:07
    36/ Lituus                                  (Zorn)                   1:04
    37/ Involute                                (Zorn)                   1:06
    38/ Catearies                               (Zorn)                   1:12
    39/ Folium                                  (Zorn)                   1:20
    40/ Edge Train                              (Zorn)                   1:16
    41/ Ruled Surface                           (Zorn)                   1:14
    42/ Slope                                   (Zorn)                   1:03
    43/ Cluster                                 (Zorn)                   1:06
    44/ Spiral                                  (Zorn)                   1:16
    45/ Octal                                   (Zorn)                   1:07
    46/ Cissoid Of Diocles                      (Zorn)                   1:15
    47/ Arc                                     (Zorn)                   1:26
    48/ Pole                                    (Zorn)                   1:21

    Recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City on October 1, 1995
    Produced by John Zorn

  Robert Quine: guitar; Marc Ribot: guitar; Cyro Baptista: percussion; John
  Zorn: alto, prepared piano, samples; Jason Baker (44): vocal.

    1996 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7307 (CD)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  John Zorn: sound design.

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

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233 - FESTIVAL OF LIGHT: various artists

  This record features Marc Cohn (1), The Mels featuring John Leventhal (2),
  Flairck (3), Don Byron (4), The Covenant (5), Rebbe Soul (6), John
  McCutcheon (7), The Klezmatics (8), Masada String Trio (9), Alitsut (10),
  Jane Siberry (11), Peter Himmelman & David Broza (12).

    1/ Rock Of Ages - Ma'oz Tzur                (traditional)            4:59
    2/ 1902                                     (Leventhal)              3:49
    3/ The Emigrant                             (traditional)            3:56
    4/ Oi Tata                                  (traditional)            4:16
    5/ Kiddush Le-Shabbat                       (traditional)            6:11
    6/ Avinu                                    (traditional)            5:03
    7/ Erev Shel Shoshanim                      (J. Hadar, Moshe Dor)    4:39
    8/ Dybbuk Shers                             (A. Svigals)             4:37
    9/ Bikkurim                                 (John Zorn)              3:24
    10/ I See You                               (K. Ramm, M. Stanutz)    4:22
    11/ Shir Amami                              (traditional)            6:01
    12/ Lighting Up The World                   (P. Himmelman, D. Broza) 3:17

    Compilation produced by Robert Duskis and Bob Appel

  Marc Cohn (1): vocals, acoustic guitar; David Torn (1,11): electric guitar;
  Frank London (1,8): electric piano; Erik Friedlander (1,4,9,11): cello;
  Simon Shaheen (1,11): oud, violin; Glen Velez (1,4,11): frame drums, per-
  cussion; Shlomo Deshet (1): dumbek; Lorin Sklamberg (1,8,11): backing vo-
  cals, piano, accordion; Bob Appel (1): floor tom, triangle; Rick Depofi (2):
  clarinets; John Leventhal (2): anything else; Sylvia Houtzager (3): violin;
  Peter Weekers (3): flute, panpipes, amadinda; Erik Visser (3): guitars,
  angklung; Stan Stolk (3): bass; Don Byron (4,11): clarinet; Ari Langer (5):
  electric violin, bass; John Loose (5): tablas; Stephen Kent (5): didgeridoo;
  Wally Brill (5): keyboards; Al Wolovich (6,12): bass; Cassio Duarte (6):
  percussion; Bruce Burger (6): anything else; John McCutcheon (7): hammered
  dulcimer; Freyda Epstein (7): fiddle; Lorrain Duisit (7): bowed psaltery;
  Ralph Gordon (7): cello, bass; Howard Levy (7): harmonica; Tom Jones (7):
  drums, chimes; David Krakauer (8): clarinet; David Licht (8): drums; Paul
  Morrissett (8): bass, tsimbl; Alicia Svigals (8): violin; Mark Feldman (9):
  violin; Greg Cohen (9): bass; Kramm (10): guitars; Mist (10): programming;
  Lenny Solomon (10): violin; Madalena (10): vocals; Jane Siberry (11): vo-
  cals; Peter Himmelman (12): vocals, guitars, Hammond organ; David Broza
  (12): vocals, Spanish guitar; Robert Jake Jacobs (12): drums.

    1996 - Six Degrees/Island (USA), 7321-2 (CD)
    1996 - Six Degrees/Island (USA), 162-531 069-2 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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234 - MYTH - DREAMS OF THE WORLD. VIBRANT STORIES OF OF THE GREEK AND ROMAN
  GODS AND GODESSES: various artists

  This record features readings by Nicky Skopelitis, Peter Lamborn Wilson, 
  Lori Carson, Umar Bin Hassan, Suzanne Vega, Abiodun Oyewole, Wallace Shawn,
  Lady Kier, Iggy Pop, George Clinton, etc, with music by Automaton, Anton 
  Fier, Material, Cypher 7, Painkiller, Divination, Jaron Lanier, Buckethead,
  Liu Sola, Bootsy Collins and Bernie Worrell.

    1/ Introduction				(Nicky Skopelitis)	 1:02
    2/ Zeus					(Lamborn, Fier)		 1:19
    3/ Hera					(Carson, Fier)		 3:37
    4/ Hermes					(Bin Hassan, Material)	 4:01
    5/ Apollo					(Oyewole, Material)	 3:02
    6/ Athena					(Vega, Bova, Haas)	 3:43
    7/ Pan					(Shawn, Laswell)	 4:10
    8/ Hades					(Iggy Pop, Painkiller)	 3:22
    9/ Aphrodite				(Lady Kier, Divination)	 3:06
    10/ Eros					(Likkle Jerr, Automaton) 0:36
    11/ Vulcan					(Lanier, Oyewole)	 3:25
    12/ Poseidon				(Mortensen, Buckethead)  4:21
    13/ Mars					(Lemmy, Skopelitis)	 1:52
    14/ Artemis					(Sola, Claudine Myers)	 1:55
    15/ Cassandra				(Blackman, Divination)	 3:47
    16/ Dionysis				(Clinton, Collins, Worrell)
									 2:55
    17/ Prometheus				(Ira Cohen, Automaton)	 3:13

    Produced by Janet Rienstra and Bill Laswell

    1996 - Dove Audio (USA), 0-7871-0734-4 (CD)

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235 - GROOVALLEGIANCE: Hoppy Kamiyama

    1/ (Welcome To) Hoppy's Beat		(Katsuya, Kamiyama)	 6:57
    2/ Let It Show				(Katsuya, Kamiyama)	 6:01
    3/ Virus Is Heading Down To The Earth	(Katsuya, Kamiyama)	 5:31
    4/ Obsession				(Kamiyama)		 4:00
    5/ Happy Valley				(Kamiyama)		 3:58
    6/ Empty Of Bank				(Kamiyama)		 1:03
    7/ Naomi's Dream				(Attar, Krivoshiei)	 5:25
    8/ Star Child (introduction) - Stiff*Riff*Miff
						(Hirokaz, Kamiyama)	 3:32
    9/ E.S.T. (Electric Shock Treatment)	(Kamiyama)		 2:36
    10/ Pump					(Be Bop, Kamiyama)	 4:31
    11/ Trick-Roc				(Kinji, Kamiyama)	 3:13
    12/ Crazy Horses				(A., W. & M. Osmond)	 3:52

    Produced by Hoppy Kamiyama

  Hoppy Kamiyama: piano, synthesizers, percussion, toys, programing, effects,
  vocal, chorus, grum pot; Okano Hajime: bass; Sebastion Steinberg: bass,
  voice; Hirokaz: guitars, chorus; Marc Ribot: guitars; Dougie Bowne: drums; 
  Minato Masafumi: drums; Steve Eto: percussion, chorus, toys; E.J. Rodriguez:
  percussion; O'Cima Shun (5): saxophone, toys; John Zorn (9): saxophone; 
  Saito Neco Group (8): strings; Aoki Kinji (3,11,12): vocals; Be-Bop (2): 
  vocals; Joey Young (10): vocals; Lorelei McBroom: chorus; Jackie Collins: 
  chorus; Kosaka Kyoko: chorus; Halko: chorus; Kitagawa Harumi: chorus; 
  Iwamura Yukan: chorus; Makigami Koichi (5): voice; Yuka Honda (9): toys; 
  Bennie Cowan (1,2,11,12): trumpet; Greg Boyer (1,2,11,12): trombone; Greg 
  Thomas (1,2,11,12): alto; George Clinton (1): vocals; Syd Straw (7): vocals;
  Maceo Parker (8): saxophone.
 
    1996 - Toshiba-EMI (Japan), PCDZ*1455 (CD)

  Note: the material on this record seems to come from the same session as
  WELCOME TO FORBIDDEN PARADISE (1992).

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*** - LIVE IN CHINA: John Zorn, Yamantaka Eye

    1997 - Sound Factory (Hong Kong), ??? (100xCD)

  Note: limited edition of 1000.
  Note: never released (was initially planned on September 5, 1996; then got
  delayed to Spring 1997; finally, Sound Factory went out of business during
  Summer 1997 and we never heard of the project again...).

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236 - COLD SPELL: Wayne Horvitz & Zony Mash

    1/ With The Space On Top                    (Horvitz)
    2/ Happens Like That                        (Horvitz)
    3/ Sex Fiend                                (Zorn)
    4/ Prudence RSVP                            (Horvitz)
    5/ Cold Spell                               (Horvitz)
    6/ Mel                                      (Chalenor)
    7/ Let's Get Mashed                         (Horvitz)
    8/ Smiles                                   (Horvitz)
    9/ The Gift                                 (Horvitz)
    10/ Withdrawal Symptoms                     (Young)
    11/ Daylight                                (Horvitz)

    Recorded at Flora Avenue Studios
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B3 organ; Timothy Young: guitar; Fred Chalenor: bass;
  Andy Roth: drums.

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works (USA), KFW 201 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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237 - SHOE STRING SYMPHONETTES: Marc Ribot

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

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

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

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

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

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238 - NEW TRADITIONS IN EAST ASIAN BAR BANDS: John Zorn

    1/ Hu Die (1986)                            (Zorn, Arto Lindsay)    25:09

    Recorded in 1986 and in 1990

  Zhang Jinglin: narrator; Bill Frisell: guitar; Fred Frith: guitar.

    2/ Hwang Chin-Ee (1988)                     (Zorn, Myung Mi Kim)    16:41
   
    Recorded in 1988 and in 1996

  Jung Hee Shin: narrator; Joey Baron: drums; Samm Bennett: drums.

    3/ Quê Trân (1990)                          (Zorn, Lyn Hejinian)    30:46

    Recorded in 1992
 
  Ánh Trân: narrator; Anthony Coleman: keyboards; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7311 (CD)

  Note: this record was initially planned on Avant, but was finally released
  (after many delays) on Tzadik in March 1997.

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239 - FILMWORKS IV - S/M + MORE: John Zorn

    1/ Pueblo                                   (Zorn)                   9:04
    2/ Elegant Spanking (Suite)                 (Zorn)                  14:22
    3/ Credits Included (A Video In Red & Green)(Zorn)                   9:38
      3a/ Politics
      3b/ Asylum
    4/ Maogai                                                            6:19
      4a/ Suite
      4b/ Variations
    5/ A Lot Of Fun For The Evil One            (Zorn)                  17:48

    (1-3) recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City
    (4) recorded at Romanisches Cafe, Tokyo
    (5) recorded at Harmonic Ranch, New York City

  Marc Ribot (1): guitar; Robert Quine (1): guitar; Anthony Coleman (1):
  organ; Chris Wood (1): bass; Cyro Baptista (1): percussion; Joey Baron (1):
  drums; Carol Emanuel (2): harp; Jill Jaffee (2): viola; Erik Friedlander
  (2): cello; Jim Pugliese (2): vibes, percussion; Kuroda Kyoko (4): piano;
  John Zorn (3,5): sound design, keyboards.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7310 (CD)

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240 - PRANZO OLTRANZISTA: MUSICA DA TAVOLA PER CINQUE (BANQUET MUSIC FOR FIVE
  PLAYERS): Mike Patton

    1/ Elettricita Atmospheriche Candite  				 1:19
    2/ Carne Cruda Squarciata Dal Suono Di Sassofono  			 2:32
    3/ Vivanda In Scodella  						 3:15
    4/ Guerrainletto  							 1:51
    5/ Contorno Tattile (Per Russolo)  					 2:01
    6/ I Rumori Nutrienti  						 4:26
    7/ Garofani Allo Spiedo  						 2:56
    8/ Aerovivanda  							 2:33
    9/ Scoppioingola  							 3:00
    10/ Latta Alle Luce Verde  						 3:24
    11/ Bombe A Mano  							 4:00

    Recorded at Shelly Palmer Studio, New York City
    Produced by Mike Patton

  Erik Friedlander: cello; Mike Patton: voice, sound effects; Marc Ribot: 
  guitar; William Winant: percussion; John Zorn: alto.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7022 (CD)

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241 - BUBBLEHOUSE: Medeski, Martin and Wood

    1/ Bubblehouse                              (MMW)                    4:17
    2/ Bubblehouse BBQ Mix                      (MMW)                    6:28
    3/ Dracula Remix                            (MMW)                    3:45
    4/ Macha                                    (MMW)                    3:19
    5/ Spy Kiss                                 (MMW)                    6:58

    (2,5) remixed by We/DJ Olive, Loop, Once 11
    (3) remixed by DJ Logic

  John Medeski: Hammond B-3, clavinet, Wurlitzer electric piano, Planet T;
  Billy Martin: drums, percussion; Chris Wood: basses; John Zorn (3): alto.

    1997 - Gramavision (USA), GCD5-1001 (CD)

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242 - THE JAZZ VOICE: various artists

  This record features Jazz Passengers (1), Lo Galluccio (2), Abbey Lincoln 
  (3), Kevin Mahogany (4), Jeri Brown (5), Norma Winstone (6), Mingus Big 
  Band (7), Joe Gallant & Illuminati (8), Gisburg (9), Thomas Chapin Trio 
  (10), Sam Morgan's Jug Band (11).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Thomas Chapin Trio:

    10/ Put Your Quarter in and Watch the Chicken Dance
                                                (Frazer, Chapin)        10:46

    1997 - Knitting Factory Works/The Village Voice (USA), KFW 212 (CD)

  See MENAGERIE DREAMS (1996) for further references on (10).

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243 - DURAS: DUCHAMP: John Zorn

    Duras                                       (Zorn)
      1/ Premier Livre                                                  14:42
      2/ Deuxieme Livre                                                  0:51
      3/ Troisieme Livre                                                16:47
      4/ Epilogue                                                        1:32
    Etant Donnés                                (Zorn)
      5/ 1-69                                                           13:17

    (1-4) recorded at Avatar, New York City on May Day 1997
    (5) recorded at Shelley Palmer Studio, New York City on April 1, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Cenovia Cummins (1-4): violin; Anthony Coleman (1-4):
  piano; John Medeski (1-4): organ; Christine Bard (1-4): percussion; Jim
  Pugliese: percussion; John Zorn: conductor; Erik Friedlander (5): cello.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7023 (CD)

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244 - HET: Masada

    1/ Schechem					(Zorn)			11:25
    2/ Elilah					(Zorn)			 4:38
    3/ Kodashim					(Zorn)			 4:40
    4/ Halom					(Zorn)			 2:00
    5/ Ne'eman					(Zorn)			 9:56
    6/ Abed-Nego				(Zorn)			 7:14
    7/ Tohorot					(Zorn)			 4:39
    8/ Mochin					(Zorn)			 6:37
    9/ Amarim					(Zorn)			 4:28
    10/ Khebar					(Zorn)			 4:40
  
    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on August 1, 1996
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1997 - DIW (Japan), DIW-925 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 8.

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245 - THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Lacrosse
    1/ Take 3                                                           22:55
    2/ Take 4                                                           18:55
    3/ Take 6                                                            6:10
    4/ Take 1                                                            6:54
    5/ Take 2                                                            8:01
    6/ Take 5                                                            8:14

    Recorded at WKCR, New York on June 10, 1978

  Mark Abbott: electronics; Polly Bradfield: violin, viola, electric violin;
  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric 6-strings, 12-strings, dobro,
  tiple; LaDonna Smith: violin, viola; Davey Williams: banjo, hollow-body
  electric guitar; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet.

  Disc 2: Lacrosse
    1/ Twins Version                                                    29:58

    Recorded in San Francisco in June 1977

  Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitar; Henry Kaiser: electric guitar; Bruce
  Ackley: soprano; John Zorn: alto.

  Disc 3: Hockey
    Electric Version:
      1/ Take 1                                                          0:55
      2/ Take 2                                                          3:11
      3/ Take 3                                                         11:32
      4/ Take 4                                                         11:18
    Acoustic Version:
      5/ Take 2                                                          3:43
      6/ Take 4                                                          2:45
      7/ Take 11                                                         0:54
      8/ Take 13                                                         1:02
      9/ Take 1                                                          3:10
      10/ Take 3                                                         3:16
      11/ Take 5                                                         1:08
      12/ Take 6                                                         1:00
      13/ Take 7                                                         1:07
      14/ Take 8                                                         0:45
      15/ Take 9                                                         1:22
      16/ Take 10                                                        1:03
      17/ Take 12                                                        1:16

      Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York on March 1, 1980

  Eugene Chadbourne (1-4): electric guitar; Wayne Horvitz (1-4): amplified
  piano; Bob Ostertag (1-4): electronics; Polly Bradfield (5-17): violin; Mark
  E. Miller (5-17): percussion; John Zorn (5-17): goose, duck and crow calls,
  clarinet mouthpiece.

  Disc 4: Pool
    1/ Pool                                                             50:45

    Recorded at Sorcerer Sound, New York on March 1, 1980

  Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion, contact microphone,
  vibraphone; Charles K. Noyes: percussion, saw, khene; Bob Ostertag: elec-
  tronics; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinets, game calls; Lesli Dalaba:
  prompter.

  Disc 5: Archery (rehearsal)
    1/ Part 1                                                           32:10
    2/ Part 2                                                           16:14
    3/ Part 3                                                           28:32
  Disc 6 and 7: Archery
    4/ A1-D2                                                            20:35
    5/ D3-G1                                                            20:07
    6/ G2-L4                                                            23:53
    7/ L5-O14                                                           23:29

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn on September 12 & 13, 1981

  Robert Dick: flute, bass flute, piccolo, game calls; George Lewis: tenor
  trombone; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, Eb clarinet, game calls;
  Anthony Coleman: Yamaha organ, electric piano; Wayne Horvitz: Farfisa organ,
  harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer,
  radio, rhythm machine, devices; Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitars, acous-
  tic guitar; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Bill Laswell: 4 and 6 string
  Fender basses; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David Moss: drums,
  voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    1997 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (7xCD)

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

    1-27/ all 27 tracks untitled

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

  John Zorn: alto; Bobby Previte: drums.

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

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

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247 - VIRA LOUCOS: Cyro Baptista

    1/ Dansa                                    (Heitor Villa Lobos)     3:32
    2/ Passion In The Basement                  (Baptista, Vasconcelos)  3:31
    3/ Cantiga                                  (Heitor Villa Lobos)     5:47
    4/ Ama/Teresinha De Jesus                   (Baptista)               4:52
    5/ Complaint/Sabia                          (CB, Cordovil, Vieira)   3:12
    6/ Choro/Trenzinho  Caipira                 (Heitor Villa Lobos)     6:40
    7/ Choros Number 8                          (Heitor Villa Lobos)     3:51
    8/ Dansa Do Indio Branco                    (Heitor Villa Lobos)     3:32
    9/ Ciranda                                  (Baptista)               5:09
    10/ Sapo Cururu                             (Baptista)               5:02

    Recorded at Hillside Sound Studio, New Jersey in September-November 1996
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  Cyro Baptista: percussion, vocals; Vanessa Fallabella (1,5): vocals; Marc
  Ribot (1,3,4,6,7,10): guitar, banjo; Romero Lubambo (1,3,4,6,7,9,10): cava-
  quinho, guitar; John Zorn (1,10): alto; Greg Cohen (1,3,4,6-9): bass; Naná
  Vasconcelos (2,10): vocals; Chango Spasiuk (3,4,6-8): accordion; Children's
  Choir (10): vocals.

    1997 - Avant (Japan), Avan 061 (CD)

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248 - TIMEBOMB - LIVE AT THE CLOCKTOWER GALLERY: various artists

  This record features Elliott Sharp/John Zorn (1), Bob Holman (2), Tracie
  Morris (3), Todd Colby (4), Emily XYZ (5), Edwin Torres (6), Rebecca Moore
  (7), Zeena Parkins (8), Judith Ren-Lay (9), Bradley Eros (10), Prema Murthy
  (11), Mike Tyler (12), Maggie Estep (13), Lin Culbertson/Katie O'Looney
  (14).

    1/ Zeitsite                                 (Sharp, Zorn)            8:11

  Elliott Sharp: guitar; John Zorn: alto.

    Recorded live at The Clocktower Gallery, New York on October 15, 1996
    Produced by Janene Higgins and Elliott Sharp

    1997 - Clocktower Records (USA), clcktwr 1 (CD)

  Note: this record is a benefit CD for P.S. 1, the Contemporary Art Center.

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249 - 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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250 - THE BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983-1989): Golden Palominos

    1/ Clustering Train                         (AF, Harris, Stipe)      6:05
    2/ Angel Of Death                           (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 4:43
    3/ Buenos Aires                             (AF, Skopelitis, Straw)  3:47
    4/ ID                                       (AF, Lindsay)            6:47
    5/ Wild River                               (Kidney)                 4:36
    6/ Strong, Simple Silences                  (AF, Blegvad)            4:19
    7/ The Animal Speaks                        (Kidney)                 4:06
    8/ Under The Cap                            (AF, Lindsay)            5:34
    9/ Omaha                                    (Spence)                 3:09
    10/ Faithless Heart                         (AF, Harris, Dixon)      4:05
    11/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder      (AF, Harris, Blegvad)    5:17
    12/ Boy (Go)                                (AF, Harris, Stipe)      5:28
    13/ Clean Plate                             (AF, Lindsay)            6:28
    14/ Darklands                               (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:46

    1997 - Music Club (UK), MCCD 316 (CD)

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251 - CROSS FIRE: Music Revelation Ensemble

    1/ Law                                      (Blood Ulmer)            5:36
    2/ Suspect                                  (Blood Ulmer)            7:11
    3/ Devotion                                 (Blood Ulmer)            4:31
    4/ Sweet                                    (Blood Ulmer)            5:18
    5/ Proof                                    (Blood Ulmer)            6:37
    6/ My Prayer                                (JBU, Ayesha Fatima)     9:15
    7/ Evidence                                 (Blood Ulmer)            8:00
    8/ Backbeat                                 (Blood Ulmer)            6:40

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on December 17 & 18, 1996
    Produced by James Blood Ulmer and Kazunori Sugiyama

  James Blood Ulmer: guitar; Calvin Jones: bass; Cornell W. Rochester: drums;
  Pharoah Sanders (2,4,6,7): tenor; John Zorn (1,3,5,8): alto.

    1997 - DIW (Japan), DIW 927 (CD)

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252 - #7: Roberto Gatto

    1/ The Noisemaker
    2/ Drags
    3/ Aria
    4/ In Chimbe
    5/ B Song
    6/ Twelve Beats
    7/ Bith Aneth                               (John Zorn)
    8/ Remembering
    9/ Tzofeh                                   (John Zorn)
    10/ Te Voglio Bbene Assaie
    11/ Tilter
    12/ Enero
    13/ Altri Sogni

    Recorded in Roma on December 20-24, 1996 and January 5-9, 1997

  Roberto Gatto: percussion, drums; Javier Girotto: reeds, flute; Danilo Rea:
  piano; Fabio Zeppetella: guitar; Bernardino Penazzi: bass; Chiara Civello:
  vocals; Peppe Servillo: vocals.

    1997 - BMG Ricordi (Italy), 74321 51096 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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253 - MY DADA IS AN OLD YOUNG (OVER 80 YEARS OF DADAISM): various artists

  This tape features Okaniwa Fumihiro (1,5), Etat des Stocks (2), Eugene 
  Chadbourne/John Zorn (3), Pedro Bericat (4), La Funcion De Repulsa (6),
  Bene Gesserit (7), Armenia (8).

    3/ The Double A                             (Chadbourne, Zorn)       4:28

  Eugene Chadbourne; John Zorn.

    1997 - Genital Productions/Fonda Para La Cultura Y Las Artes De 
    Taumaulipas (Mexico), GEN 012 (CT)

  Note: limited edition of 120 copies.

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254 - CMJ 500: various artists

  This record features Nirvana (1), Smashing Pumpkins (2), Mudhoney (3), Stone
  Roses (4), Beat Happening (5), John Zorn (6), Boogie Down Productions (7),
  Lou Reed (8), Cocteau Twins (9), Richard Thompson (10), Spacemen 3 (11),
  Superchunk (12), Elvis Costello (13), Slayer (14), Ministry (15), De La Soul
  (16), Throwing Muses (17), Uncle Tupelo (18), Sinead O'Connor (19), Pearl 
  Jam (20), R.E.M. (21), Red Hot Chili Peppers (22), The Chills (23), Matthew
  Sweet (24), Primus (25), Lenny Kravitz (26), Sarah McLachlan (27), Moby 
  (28), K.M.F.D.M. (29), The Fall (30), Soul II Soul (31), The Blue Nile (32),
  Les Negresses Vertes (33), Buddy Guy (34), Slint (35), Sonic Youth (36), 
  Arrested Development (37), My Bloody Valentine (38), Metallica (39), Pantera
  (40), U2 (41), Alice In Chains (42), Jimmie Dale Gilmore (43), Ween (44), 
  Teenage Fanclub (45), The Orb (46), The Lemonheads (47), A Tribe Called 
  Quest (48), White Zombie (49), Sonny Sharrock (50), Dead Can Dance (51), 
  Chris Whitley (52), Soul Asylum (53), PJ Harvey (54), The Breeders (55), 
  Cypress Hill (56), Morphine (57), Helmet (58), Screaming Trees (59), 
  Stereolab (60), Sebadoh (61), Shabba Ranks (62), Unrest (63), Wu-Tang Clan
  (64), Belly (65), Flaming Lips (66), Spinanes (67), Sugar (68), Green Day
  (69), Counting Crows (70), Ali Farka Toure (71), Live (72), American Music
  Club (73), Beck (74), Hole (75), Oasis (76), Nine Inch Nails (77), Lyle
  Lovett (78), Ted Hawkins (79), Tortoise (80), Buckshot LeFonque (81), The
  Cranberries (82), Bad Religion (83), Sepultura (84), Johnny Cash (85),
  Garbage (86), Everclear (87), Korn (88), Portishead (89), Joan Osbourne
  (90), Guided By Voices (91), Soundgarden (92), The Beastie Boys (93), Alanis
  Morissette (94), Elastica (95), Folk Implosion (96), Jeff Buckley (97), 
  Björk (98), The Presidents of the United States of America (99), Posies 
  (100), Bush (101), Cassandra Wilson (102), Me'shell Ndegeocello (103), Foo
  Fighters (104), Charlie Hunter (105), Steve Earle (106), Butthole Surfers
  (107), The Fugees (108), Luscious Jackson (109), Patti Smith (110).

    6/ Igneous Ejaculation			(John Zorn)

    1997 - CMJ (USA), CMJ 500 (promo 6xCD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (6).

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255 - THE BEST OF THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS: The Golden Palominos
  
    1/ Boy (Go)                                 (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    5:30
    2/ Omaha                                    (Skip Spence)            3:11
    3/ The Animal Speaks                        (Robert Kidney)          4:07
    4/ True, (Kind Of)                          (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:47
    5/ Only One Party                           (Fier, Harris, Lindsay)  4:32
    6/ Wild River                               (Robert Kidney)          4:38
    7/ Shattered Image                          (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 5:26
    8/ Darklands                                (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:47
    9/ Over                                     (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 7:38
    10/ I've Been The One                       (Lowell George)          3:19
    11/ Working Harder, (Something Else Is)     (Fier, Harris, Blegvad)  5:18
    12/ Faithless Heart                         (Fier, Harris, Dixon)    4:07
    13/ Brides Of Jesus                         (Payne, George)          3:30
    14/ Clean Plate                             (Fier, Lindsay)          6:29
    15/ Under The Cap                           (Fier, Lindsay)          5:34

    1997 - Charly (Germany), CDNEW 112 (CD)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (14,15).
    
  Note: this CD has been re-released in 2000 under the name of RUN PONY RUN.
    
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256 - CELLULOIDFUNK - AVANT GARDE GROOVES FROM CELLULOID: various artists

  This record features Material (1,6,8), Lightnin' Rod featuring Jimi Hendrix
  (2), The Golden Palominos (3), Bill Laswell (4,11), Ronald Shannon Jackson
  (5), Tribe II (7), Jalal (9), The Last Poets (10), Deadline (12), Massacre
  (13).

    1/ I'm The One 				(Material) 		 5:28
    2/ Doriella Du Fontaine 			(Lightnin' Rod) 	 8:50
    3/ Clean Plate 				(The Golden Palominos)	 6:29
    4/ Work Song  				(Bill Laswell) 		 7:16
    5/ Puttin' On Dog  				(Ronald Shannon Jackson) 4:13  
    6/ Reduction 				(Material)		 5:31
    7/ What I Like (American Dreams) 		(Tribe II)		 6:13
    8/ Over & Over 				(Material) 		 5:40
    9/ Interview 				(Jalal) 		 0:43
    10/ Oh My People 				(The Last Poets) 	 6:52 
    11/ Upright Man 				(Bill Laswell) 		 3:54
    12/ Makossa Rock 				(Deadline)		11:03
    13/ Bones 					(Massacre) 		 1:39

    1997 - Charly (Germany), CDNEW 116 (CD)
  
  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (3).

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257 - ANGELUS NOVUS: John Zorn

    1/ For Your Eyes Only                       (Zorn)                  13:43
    2/ Christabel                               (Zorn)
      2a/ Part 1                                                         4:04
      2b/ Part 2                                                         3:47
    3/ Carny                                    (Zorn)                  12:54
    4/ Angelus Novus                            (Zorn)
      4a/ Peshat                                                         2:05
      4b/ Tzomet                                                         1:24
      4c/ Aliya                                                          4:35
      4d/ Herut                                                          1:46
      4e/ Pardes                                                         2:53

    (1) recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston on February
    6, 1996
    (2) recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston on November
    18, 1996
    (3) recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston in June
    1992
    (4) recorded at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Boston on April
    15, 1997
    Produced by Stephen Drury

  Stephen Drury: conductor, piano (on (3)); Callithumpian Consort of New
  England Conservatory (1,2,4).

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7028 (CD)

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258 - TET: Masada

    1/ Chayah                                   (Zorn)                   9:33
    2/ Karet                                    (Zorn)                   1:56
    3/ Moshav                                   (Zorn)                   6:50
    4/ Leshem                                   (Zorn)                   4:36
    5/ Kochot                                   (Zorn)                   5:15
    6/ Meholalot                                (Zorn)                   8:50
    7/ Kedushah                                 (Zorn)                   6:18
    8/ Ner Tamid                                (Zorn)                   4:07
    9/ Acharei Mot                              (Zorn)                   9:04
    10/ Jachin                                  (Zorn)                   5:37

    Recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City on April 21, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1998 - DIW (Japan), DIW-933 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 9.

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259 - FILMWORKS VIII - 1997: John Zorn

  The Port Of Last Resort                       (Zorn)
    1/ Teqiah                                                            3:07
    2/ Shanghai                                                          2:35
    3/ Emunim                                                            3:32
    4/ Ruan (guitar version)                                             4:37
    5/ Ebionim                                                           3:00
    6/ Ahavah                                                            3:42
    7/ Ruan (pipa version)                                               3:37
    8/ Livant                                                            1:54
    9/ Or Ne'erav                                                        6:58
    10/ Shanim                                                           2:03
    11/ Ruan (solo piano)                                                3:42
  Latin Boys Go To Hell                         (Zorn)
    12/ Deseo                                                            2:28
    13/ Mentiras                                                         2:15
    14/ Ansiedad                                                         2:55
    15/ Locura                                                           2:47
    16/ Sangre                                                           1:02
    17/ Olvido                                                           2:21
    18/ Engano                                                           2:25
    19/ Traicion                                                         2:25
    20/ Ilusion                                                          2:43
    21/ Lagrimas                                                         4:14

    (1-11) recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City on November 9, 1997
    (12-21) recorded at Creative Audio, New York City on July 22, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman (1-11): violin; Marc Ribot (1-11): guitars; Erik Friedlander
  (1-11): cello; Min Xiao-Fen (1-11): pipa; Greg Cohen (1-11): bass; Anthony
  Coleman (1-11): piano; Cyro Baptista (12-21): percussion; Kenny Wollesen
  (12-21): drums, vibes, percussion.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7318 (CD)

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260 - JUMBLED SANDWICH FOR 6 FEET: various artists

  This record features Saitto Elettrico (1), KBG (2), L.A.K. (3), Surfers of
  Romantica (4), Hi-Speed (5), DJ Unknownmixer (6), UFO Or Die (7), Jad Fair
  and Jason Willett (8,9), Comode Minstrels in Bullface (10), Jon (11), Zubi
  Zuva (12), Faster Goat On Wheeeels (13), Jazz Monsters (14,15), Akaten (16),
  Maniaorgan (17), Good Texas Nice Pasta (18), Videkazz (19), Kan Mikami and
  Ishizuka Toshiaki Duo (20), Uuee (21), Harpy (22), Itoken (23), Hyakumachi
  Kenichi (24), Cherry Straw (25), Elmer Juice (26), John Zorn (27).

    27/ Kisofim                                 (Zorn)                   6:35

  Marc Ribot: guitar; Mark Feldman: violin; Eric Friedlander: cello; Greg
  Cohen: bass; Cyro Baptista: percussion; Joey Baron: drums.

    1998 - Perfect Gas Stamp (Japan), 010 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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261 - WEIRD LITTLE BOY: Weird Little Boy

    1/ Two weeks on a Morphine Drip                             |
    2/ New dirt and New flies                                    >      10:17
    3/ Lorne Greene                                             |
    4/ If the Gun has a mind                                    |
    5/ Redeye                                                    >       8:05
    6/ Worms and shit                                           |
    7/ Totally Poobied                                                   2:14
    8/ Weird Little Boy                                                  1:39
    9/ Lungfull of Water                                                 7:51
    10/ Seance                                                           3:04
    11/ When Blood fills a cylinder                                      2:59
    12/ Waiting                                                          1:46
    13/ Blindness                                                        4:04

    Recorded at Creative Audio, New York City on November 26, 1995

  Chris Cochrane: guitar; Mike Patton: drums, vocals; Trey Spruance: guitars,
  keyboards, drums; William Winant: percussion; John Zorn: alto, samplers,
  keyboards; Nayland Blake: graphics; Dennis Cooper: text.

    1998 - Avant (Japan), Avan 043 (CD)

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262 - BUSY BEING BORN: Gary Lucas

    1/ Adon Olom (instrumental)                                          1:30
    2/ Adon Olom                                                         3:11
    3/ Shekhinah
    4/ Sandman                                                           4:27
    5/ Sunrise Sunset
    6/ Tradition
    7/ The Mensch In The Moon
    8/ Lydia The Tatooed Lady
    9/ Crawlspace
    10/ Dayenu/Dreidel
    11/ Fleischerei
    12/ A Hundred Pounds Of Clay
    13/ The Seven Faces Of Dr. Lao
    14/ Abie The Fishman
    15/ Hinay Ma Tov
    16/ Theme From Exodus
    17/ Adon Olom

  Gary Lucas: guitars, vocals; Greg Cohen: bass; Jonathan Kane: drums; Kenny
  Hurwitz (2,7,12,17): vocals; Larry Fine (2,7,12,17): vocals; John Zorn (1,
  2,4): alto; Misako Kano (14): piano.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7121 (CD)

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263 - THE CIRCLE MAKER: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Issachar
    1/ Tahah                                    (Zorn)                   2:30
    2/ Sippur                                   (Zorn)                   3:21
    3/ Karet                                    (Zorn)                   1:21
    4/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                   5:36
    5/ Taharah                                  (Zorn)                   3:51
    6/ Mispar                                   (Zorn)                   2:47
    7/ Ratzah                                   (Zorn)                   4:36
    8/ Zebdi                                    (Zorn)                   1:51
    9/ Yatzah                                   (Zorn)                   8:14
    10/ Malkhut                                 (Zorn)                   1:57
    11/ Hodaah                                  (Zorn)                   3:49
    12/ Elilah                                  (Zorn)                   3:21
    13/ Meholalot                               (Zorn)                   4:54
    14/ Kochot                                  (Zorn)                   4:58
    15/ Lachish                                 (Zorn)                   1:30
    16/ Shidim                                  (Zorn)                   4:32
    17/ Aravot                                  (Zorn)                   2:58
    18/ Moshav                                  (Zorn)                   5:06
  Disc 2: Zevulun
    19/ Lilin                                   (Zorn)                   6:58
    20/ Hazor                                   (Zorn)                   4:45
    21/ Kisofim                                 (Zorn)                   7:23
    22/ Khebar                                  (Zorn)                   4:54
    23/ Laylah                                  (Zorn)                   2:57
    24/ Teli                                    (Zorn)                   4:14
    25/ Tevel                                   (Zorn)                   4:27
    26/ Eitan                                   (Zorn)                   2:02
    27/ Ner Tamid                               (Zorn)                   2:38
    28/ Idalah-Abal                             (Zorn)                   7:41
    29/ Gevurah                                 (Zorn)                   6:51

    (1-18) recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City on December 6, 1997
    (19-29) recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City on December 7, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn

  Masada String Trio (1-18): Mark Feldman (violin), Erik Friedlander (cello),
  Greg Cohen (bass); Bar Kokhba Sextet (19-29): Mark Feldman (violin), Erik
  Friedlander (cello), Greg Cohen (bass), Marc Ribot (guitar), Cyro Baptista
  (percussion), Joey Baron (drums).

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7122 (2xCD)

  Note: the original pressing of this set had a mistake in the naming of (12,
  13); (12) was listed as "Bikkurim", and (13) as "Idalah-Abal"; a second
  pressing fixed the mistakes.

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

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

  Disc 1:
    3/ Untitled					(Zorn, Ibarra)		 5:15

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

  Note: limited edition of 1000 copies.

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

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

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

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

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

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266 - TZADIK RADIO HOUR: John Zorn

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

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

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

  Note: all the tracks are already available.

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267 - YOD: Masada

    1/ Ruach                                    (Zorn)                   4:07
    2/ Kilayim                                  (Zorn)                   3:22
    3/ Taltalim                                 (Zorn)                   6:46
    4/ Hashmal                                  (Zorn)                   3:23
    5/ Tevel                                    (Zorn)                   5:49
    6/ Segulah                                  (Zorn)                   5:32
    7/ Yechida                                  (Zorn)                   7:49
    8/ Tzalim                                   (Zorn)                   3:21
    9/ Nashim                                   (Zorn)                   4:39
    10/ Abrakala                                (Zorn)                  14:28
    11/ Zevul                                   (Zorn)                   2:16

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City on September 15, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1998 - DIW (Japan), DIW-935 (CD)

  Note: this record is also known under the name MASADA 10.

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268 - HELLO POP TART - AMERICAN COMPOSERS: Tomoko Mukaiyama

    1/ Aeolian Harp                             (Henry Cowell)
    2/ Celestial Railroad                       (Charles Ives)
    3/ Graceful Ghost Rag                       (William Bolcom)
    4/ XIV (1982)                               (John Zorn)
    5/ Hymne A l'Amour (from 12 New Etudes For Piano)
                                                (William Bolcom)
    6/ Piano Introduction To The Little House I Used To Live In
                                                (Frank Zappa)
    7/ Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues              (Frederic Rzewski)
    8/ Hello Pop Tart                           (David Dramm)

  Tomoko Mukaiyama: piano; Anne la Berge; Cor Fuhler; Carl Beukman; Wolter
  Wierbos; Hans van der Meer; David Dramm.

    1998 - BVHaast (Netherlands), BVH 9801 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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269 - APORIAS: John Zorn

  Aporias (Requia for piano and orchestra)      (Zorn)
    1/ Prelude                                                           6:41
    2/ Impetuoso                                                         3:31
    3/ Con Mistero                                                       3:01
    4/ Languendo                                                         2:34
    5/ Risentito                                                         2:50
    6/ Freddamente                                                       2:32
    7/ Religioso                                                         2:05
    8/ Drammatico                                                        4:53
    9/ Postlude                                                          4:22
    10/ Coda                                                             0:47

    Produced by John Zorn and Kazunori Sugiyama

  American Composers Orchestra; Dennis Russell Davies: conductor; Stephen
  Drury: piano.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7037 (CD)

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270 - THE BRIBE: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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271 - PRAXIS COLLECTION: Praxis

    1/ Triad (The Saw Is Family)                                         3:05
    2/ Skull Crack (We Are Not Sick Men)                                 4:35
    3/ The Stronghold                                                    1:30
    4/ Meta-Matic                                                        2:30
    5/ Rivet                                                             5:25
    6/ Maggot Dream                                                      5:05
    7/ Turbine                                                           3:00
    8/ Suspension                                                        2:20
    9/ Warcraft (Bruce Lee's Black Hour Of Chaos)                        3:05
    10/ Dark Hood                                                       12:30

    1998 - Douglas Music (USA), ADC 19 (CD)

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272 - MUSIC ROMANCE VOL.1: MUSIC FOR CHILDREN: John Zorn

    1/ Fils Des Etoiles                         (Zorn)                   2:16
    2/ This Way Out                             (Zorn)                   1:10
    3/ Music For Children                       (Zorn)                  14:17
    4/ Bikini Atoll                             (Zorn)                   0:46
    5/ Bone Crusher                             (Zorn)                   0:38
    6/ Dreamer Of Dreams                        (Zorn)                   5:48
    7/ Cycles Du Nord                           (Zorn)                  20:54
    8/ SooKi's Lullaby                          (Zorn)                   3:17

    (1,6,7,8) recorded at Avatar, New York City in April and August 1998
    (2,4,5) recorded at BC Studios, Brooklyn in March 1998
    (3) recorded at Mills College in June 1998
    Produced by John Zorn

  Anthony Coleman (1,8): celeste, celeste music box; Cyro Baptista (1): per-
  cussion, vocals; Prelapse (2,4,5): Alex Lacamoire (keyboards), Mason Wendell
  (bass, vocals), Dane Johnson (guitar), Andy Sanesi (drums), Jeff Hudgins
  (alto); David Abel (3); violin; Julie Steinberg (3): piano; William Winant
  (3): percussion; John Zorn (4,5,7): alto, wind machines, acoustic feedback
  systems; Marc Ribot (6): guitar; Erik Friedlander (6): cello; Greg Cohen
  (6): bass.

    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321 (CD with defective booklet)
    1998 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321 (CD)
    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321-B (CD with an unknown defect)
    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7321-B (CD)

  Note: due to a mistake in the printing of the booklet, the release of the
  record got delayed; nevetherless, 750 copies with the defective design were
  shipped to Europe before the mistake was uncovered...
  Note: the 2009 reissue (10th anniversary edition) has been remastered and
  has a slightly different version of (7), which now features Lou Reed on gui-
  tar!
  Note: like the original edition of the record, the reissue had some problems
  (of unknown nature) and went through a second pressing; nevertheless, some 
  defective copies were shipped early (in May and June 2009) to some distribu-
  tors (like Forced Exposure and Verge) before the mistake was uncovered. So
  some copies of the defective reissue are flying around...

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

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

  John Zorn plays on one track with The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet:

    7/ Voodoo                                   (Sonny Clark)           10:57

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

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

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274 - CHADBOURNE & ZORN 1977-1981: Eugene Chadbourne, John Zorn

    1/ The Viaduct				(Chadbourne)		 9:20
    2/ Welcome West 				(Chadbourne)		14:13
    3/ The Double AA				(Chadbourne)		 5:23
    4/ The English Channel (new mix)		(Chadbourne)		 8:56
    5/ W Va Spec (newly done version)		(Chadbourne)		 5:34

    (1) recorded at KVDS Station, Davis (California) during Winter 1977-78
    (2) recorded at WCKR, New York on March 20, 1978
    (3) recorded at Pangea Club during Winter 1977-78 (probably the week after
    track (2))
    (4) recorded at Dick Charles Recording, New York in June 1979, and at 
    Aycock Auditorium, Greensboro in April 1987
    (5) recorded at Kent State, Ohio in 1981, plus additional Zorn recordings
    from Chadbourne's collection
    Produced by Eugene Chadbourne

  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric guitars, personal effects, dobro;
  John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, game calls; Polly Bradfield (2,4): 
  violin, viola, prepared violin; La Donna Smith (4): violin; Jim Katzin (4):
  violin; Tom Cora (4,5): cello; Wayne Horvitz (4): keyboard, bass; Mark 
  Kramer (4,5): cheap organ, tapes; Andrea Centazzo (4): drums; David Licht 
  (4,5): drums, percussion; Dennis Licht (4): congas, percussion; Tom Shephard
  (4): home-made electric bass; Steve Beresford (4): keyboard, euphonium, toy
  piano, toy drums; Toshinori Kondo (4): trumpet, euphonium; Lesli Dalaba (4):
  trumpet; David Doyle (4): French horn; Byron Haskins (4): clarinet; Fred 
  Frith (4): electric guitar; Davey Williams (4): electric guitar.

    1998 - Materiali Sonori (Italy), 12957 06983 (book+CD)

  See THE GREAT DUO LIVE (1984) for further references on (1).
  See SCHOOL (1978) for further references on (2).

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275 - REJEW-VENATION: Burton Greene's Klezmokum

    1/ Atesh Tanz                               (trad.)
    2/ Russian Sher #5                          (trad.)
    3/ Sherele                                  (trad.)
    4/ Ydid Nefesh                              (Zweig, Greene)
    5/ Doina in G Major                         (trad.)
    6/ Old Klezmer Dance                        (trad.)
    7/ Shir Hashomer                            (Chatuli, Greene)
    8/ El Rey Por Muncha Madruga                (trad.)
    9/ Hora Marè                                (trad.)
    10/ Shoror                                  (trad.) 
    11/ Adonai Melech/Hodu L'Adonai             (trad.)
    12/ Los Kaminos de Sirkidji                 (trad.)
    13/ Desert Dance                            (L. Fishkind)
    14/ Nevala                                  (Greene, John Zorn)

    Recorded at Studio Greenfields Forever, Amsterdam on May 2, 1998

  Perry Robinson: clarinet; Patricia Beysens: vocals; Hans Mekel: clarinet,
  alto; Larry Fishkind: tuba; Roberto Haliffi: drums, percussion; Burton
  Greene: piano.

    1998 - BVHaast (Netherlands), 9809 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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276 - COMME DES GARÇONS + REMIXES: Seigen Ono, Arto Lindsay

  Disc 1:
    1/ Julia
    2/ All Men Are Heels
    3/ After You...
    4/ You Will Be All Right
    5/ Pastorinhas/Bandeira Branca/Mascara Negra
    6/ Something To Hold On To
    7/ Have You Seen It Yet?
    8/ Pessoa Quase Certa
    9/ Hunting For Lions
    10/ Round The Globe
    11/ TA.TA.TA.
    12/ Louis-San
    13/ Roman Marching Band
    14/ 540AM, View Of Empire
    15/ Finale
  Disc 2:
    16/ Heels One                               (Lindsay, Ono)
    17/ Don't Change                            (Lindsay, Ono)
    18/ Hihat And Noise                         (Lindsay, Ono)
    19/ Once More                               (Lindsay, Ono)
    20/ Heels Two                               (Lindsay, Ono)
    21/ Some Where Special                      (Lindsay, Ono)
    22/ Gtr & Rain                              (Lindsay, Ono)
    23/ Tk8                                     (Lindsay, Ono)
    24/ Jingle Jangle                           (Lindsay, Ono)

  Amanda Miller (16,20): ballet steps; Naná Vasconcelos (18): hi-hat.

    1998 - Saidera Records/ESCB neOSITE Discs (Japan), 1908 (2xCD)

  See COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME ONE (1989) for further references on (2,6,14).
  See COMME DES GARÇONS, VOLUME TWO (1989) for further references on (15).

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277 - MASADA LIVE IN JERUSALEM 1994: Masada

  Disc 1:
    1/ Piram                                    (John Zorn)              9:51
    2/ Bith Aneth                               (John Zorn)             11:57
    3/ Lachish                                  (John Zorn)              3:35
    4/ Peliyot                                  (John Zorn)              7:11
    5/ Hadasha                                  (John Zorn)             10:53
    6/ Ravayah                                  (John Zorn)              3:35
    7/ Zebdi                                    (John Zorn)              1:53
    8/ Tirzah                                   (John Zorn)              8:07
    9/ Hekhal                                   (John Zorn)              3:29
  Disc 2:
    10/ Kanah                                   (John Zorn)              6:11
    11/ Shilhim                                 (John Zorn)              2:39
    12/ Ziphim                                  (John Zorn)              9:09
    13/ Abidan                                  (John Zorn)              6:24
    14/ Netivot                                 (John Zorn)              4:50
    15/ Zelah                                   (John Zorn)              4:54
    16/ Idalah-Abal                             (John Zorn)              5:44
    17/ Jair                                    (John Zorn)              5:15
    18/ Ashnah                                  (John Zorn)              6:06

    Recorded live at the Jerusalem Festival
    Produced by John Zorn

  Joey Baron: drums; Greg Cohen: bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7322 (2xCD)

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278 - LIVE IN TAIPEI 1995: Masada

  Disc 1:
    1/ Gevurah                                  (Zorn)                  12:37
    2/ Achshaph                                 (Zorn)                   2:41
    3/ Mahshav                                  (Zorn)                   7:09
    4/ Shebuah                                  (Zorn)                  12:06
    5/ Shilhim                                  (Zorn)                   2:45
    6/ Idalah-Abal                              (Zorn)                   8:24
    7/ Mikreh                                   (Zorn)                  10:45
    8/ Yoreh                                    (Zorn)                   7:42
    9/ Tekufah                                  (Zorn)                   9:15
  Disc 2:
    10/ Debir                                   (Zorn)                   9:16
    11/ Sheloshim                               (Zorn)                   8:11
    12/ Katzatz                                 (Zorn)                   2:47
    13/ Hadasha                                 (Zorn)                  11:21
    14/ Lachish                                 (Zorn)                   2:25
    15/ Midbar                                  (Zorn)                   9:08
    16/ Evel                                    (Zorn)                   5:45
    17/ Hafla'Ah                                (Zorn)                   6:34
    18/ Rachab                                  (Zorn)                   7:08
    19/ Ziphim                                  (Zorn)                  10:18

    Recorded live at Taipei's Crown Theater
    Produced by John Zorn

  Joey Baron: drums; Greg Cohen: bass; Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7323 (2xCD)

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279 - USA CONCERTS EAST: Polly Bradfield, Andrea Centazzo, Eugene Chadbourne, 
  Tom Cora, Toshinori Kondo, LaDonna Smith, Davey Williams, Jack Wright, John
  Zorn

    1/ Sextet Improvisation                              		 4:07
    2/ Duet Improvisation #1                             		 5:42
    3/ Clangs                                            		 6:56
    4/ Obsession One                                     		 5:33
    5/ Obsession Two                                     		 4:45
    6/ Trio Improvisation                                		 9:11
    7/ Duet Improvisation #4                             		 5:04
    8/ Duet Improvisation #5                             		 4:15
    9/ Duet Improvisation #6                             		 4:28

    (1,2) recorded live at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 7,
    1978
    (3) recorded live at Zoo Place, New York City on June 20, 1979
    (4) recorded live at Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (NY) in December
    1980
    (5) recorded live at No Wall, Bologna (Italy) in April 1985 or 1986
    (6,9) recorded live in concert at Mc Clung Gallery, Jackson Mississipi on
    November 19, 1978
    (7) recorded at WKCR radio station, New York City on November 28, 1978
    (8) recorded live in concert at Ferg Forum, University of Alabama, 
    Tuscaloosa, on November 17, 1978

  Toshinori Kondo (1,3,7): trumpet; Eugene Chadbourne (1-3): acoustic and 
  electric guitars; John Zorn (1): reeds; Polly Bradfield (1): violin; Tom 
  Cora (1,4): cello; Jack Wright (5): alto; Andrea Centazzo: percussion; 
  LaDonna Smith (6,9): violin, viola, voice; Davey Williams (6,8): electric 
  guitar, banjo.

    1999 - Robi Droli (Italy), RDC 5044 (CD)

  Note: the CD reissue lacks the third track of the LP pressing, but it adds
  three unreleased tracks (3-5).

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Produced by David Garland

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

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

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282 - THE STRING QUARTETS: John Zorn

    1/ Cat O'Nine Tails				(Zorn)			13:44
    The Dead Man				(Zorn)			12:29
      2/ Variations							 1:04
      3/ Sonatas							 0:41
      4/ Manifesto							 0:49
      5/ Fanfare							 0:56
      6/ Meditation							 0:53
      7/ Rondo								 0:48
      8/ Romance							 0:30
      9/ Blossoms							 1:07
      10/ Fantasy							 0:52
      11/ Folio								 1:15
      12/ Nocturne							 1:38
      13/ Etude								 0:40
      14/ Prelude							 1:08
    15/ Memento Mori				(Zorn)			28:57
    16/ Kol Nidre				(Zorn)			 8:22

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City in December 1998, January, April and May
    1999
    Produced by John Zorn

  Joyce Hammann: violin; Mark Feldman: violin; Lois Martin: viola; Erik 
  Friedlander: cello.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7047 (CD)

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283 - GODARD/SPILLANE: John Zorn

    1/ Godard                                   (Zorn)                  18:37

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

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

    2/ Spillane                                 (Zorn)                  25:12

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

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

    3/ Blues Noel                               (Zorn)                   5:51

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

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

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

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

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284 - FUTURE JAZZ - HOWARD MANDEL COMPILATION: various artists

  This record features Prima Materia (1), Eric Dolphy (2), Don Pullen and The
  African - Brazilian Connection (3), Thomas Chapin (4), James Newton (5), 
  Charles Gayle (6), Marilyn Crispell and Gerry Hemingway (7), Pat Metheny/
  Derek Bailey/Greg Bendian/Paul Wertico (8), John Scofield (9), Vernon Reid/
  Elliott Sharp/David Torn (10), Cassandra Wilson (11), Joe Lovano (12), The 
  Jazz Passengers (13), Andrew Hill (14).

    1/ Spiritual				(Prima Materia)		 1:47
    2/ Hat And Beard				(Eric Dolphy)		 8:25
    3/ Directo Ad Assunto			(Don Pullen)		 3:13
    4/ Then					(Thomas Chapin)		 1:26
    5/ Black And Tan Fantasy			(James Newton)		 5:45
    6/ Anthem To Eternity			(Charles Gayle)		11:20
    7/ Jump					(Crispell, Hemingway)	 7:50
    8/ The Rule of Three			(PM,DB,GB,PW)		 2:37
    9/ Kool					(John Scofield)		 4:49
    10/ Xenomorph				(Reid, Sharp, Torn)	 5:39
    11/ Find Him				(Cassandra Wilson)	 4:37
    12/ Worship					(Joe Lovano)		 4:55
    13/ If I Were A Bell			(The Jazz Passengers)	 4:34
    14/ Westbury				(Andrew Hill)		 7:19

    1999 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR 249 (CD)

  Note: this record is destined to accompany FUTURE JAZZ, a book by Howard
  Mandel.

  See PEACE ON EARTH (MUSIC OF JOHN COLTRANE) (1995) for further references
  on (1).

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285 - PRELAPSE: Prelapse

    1/ Menstrual Mystery Meat                   (Wendell)                0:57
    2/ Alarms                                   (Johnson)                3:28
    3/ Corkscrew                                (Zorn)                   0:45
    4/ Mintcrumb Rosette                        (Hudgins)                3:30
    5/ Slingshot                                (Wendell)                0:55
    6/ Blood Sucking Freaks                     (Zorn)                   1:26
    7/ Screwball                                (Zorn)                   0:43
    8/ Cold                                     (Zorn)                   2:54
    9/ Message For Alex Part. 1                 (Lacamoire, Wendell)     0:52
    10/ Lachrym                                 (Lacamoire)              3:29
    11/ 545:Mystery Hole                        (Wendell)                2:29
    12/ Leper Sap                               (Lacamoire)              2:32
    13/ Spectres Of Bird                        (Zorn)                   1:00
    14/ Basketcase                              (Zorn)                   0:39
    15/ Fat Neck, No Neck                       (Wendell)                6:14
    16/ Message For Alex Part. 2                (Lacamoire, Wendell)     0:47
    17/ Drag                                    (Johnson)                3:12
    18/ Bug Skull                               (Zorn)                   0:29
    19/ The Shrike                              (Zorn)                   1:16
    20/ Pools Of Urine                          (Wendell)                2:11
    21/ Bloodbath                               (Zorn)                   0:39
    22/ Purged Specimen                         (Zorn)                   1:30
    23/ Coda                                    (Zorn)                   0:16

    Recorded at B.C. Studio, New York in November 1997
    Produced by Prelapse

  Alex Lacamoire: keyboards; Rev. Mason Wendell: bass, vocals; Dane Johnson:
  guitar; Andy Sanesi: drums; Jeff Hudgins: alto, clarinet; John Zorn (3,6,7,
  13,14,18,19,21-23): alto.

    1999 - Avant (Japan), Avan 053 (CD)

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286 - ENFANTS TERRIBLES: Steffen Schleiermacher

  This record features compositions by John Zorn (1), Tom Johnson (2),
  Nicolaus Richter de Vroe (3), Sven-Åke Johansson (4), Steffen Schleiermacher
  (5).

    1/ Carny                                    (John Zorn)             16:11
    2/ Tango                                    (Tom Johnson)            3:19
    3/ Gabbro (Steinstuck #1)                   (N. Richter de Vroe)     9:58
    4/ Vom Gleichwertigen Und Ungleichwertigem  (Sven-Åke Johansson)    19:13
    5/ Klavier & Klaviere                       (Steffen Scheiermacher) 15:42

    Recorded at Sender Freies, Berlin on May 27-28, 1998
    Produced by Martin Demmler, Pia Uehlinger, and Werner X. Uehlinger

  Steffen Schleiermacher: piano.

    1999 - Hat Hut (Switzerland), hat(now)ART 121 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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287 - TABOO AND EXILE: John Zorn

    1/ In The Temple Of Hadjarim                (Zorn)                   5:12
    2/ Sacrifist                                (Zorn)                   4:50
    3/ Mayim                                    (Zorn)                   3:27
    4/ Koryojang                                (Zorn)                   6:21
    5/ Bulls Eye                                (Zorn)                   1:08
    6/ Zeraim                                   (Zorn)                   6:19
    7/ Thaalapalassi                            (Zorn)                  10:21
    8/ Makkot                                   (Zorn)                   2:59
    9/ Tiki For Blue                            (Zorn)                   6:59
    10/ The Possessed                           (Zorn)                   6:17
    11/ Oracle                                  (Zorn)                   4:24
    12/ Koryojang (end credits)                 (Zorn)                   2:25

    Recorded at Avatar, from February to June 1999
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jamie Saft (1,6,9,11): piano, organ; Cyro Baptista (1,4,6,11,12): percus-
  sion; Mark Feldman (1,3,6,8): violin; Erik Friedlander (1,3,6,8,11): cello;
  Greg Cohen (1,3,6,8,9): bass; Fred Frith (2,7,10): guitar; Marc Ribot (2,5,
  7,9): guitar, rhythm guitar; Bill Laswell (2,7,10): bass; Dave Lombardo (2,
  7,10): drums; Joey Baron (4,12): percussion; Mike Patton (5): vocals; Robert
  Quine (5): lead guitar; Chris Wood (5): bass; Sim Caine (5): drums; Roberto
  Rodriguez (9): percussion; John Zorn (10): alto; Miho Hatori (11): vocals.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7325 (CD)

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288 - LIVE IN MIDDELHEIM: Masada

    1/ Nevuah                                   (Zorn)                   9:48
    2/ Sippur                                   (Zorn)                   3:20
    3/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)                   5:20
    4/ Kedushah                                 (Zorn)                   6:53
    5/ Ne'eman                                  (Zorn)                  13:05
    6/ Karet                                    (Zorn)                   2:03
    7/ Kochot                                   (Zorn)                   4:57
    8/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                  12:09
    9/ Paran                                    (Zorn)                   6:00
    10/ Ashnah                                  (Zorn)                   7:18
    11/ Tahah                                   (Zorn)                   7:25

    Recorded live in Antwerp on August 15, 1999

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    1999 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7326 (CD)

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289 - VISIONS OF MUSIC - WORLD JAZZ: various artists

  This record features Rabih Abou-Khalil (1,8), Richard Galliano & Michel
  Portal (2), Cyro Baptista (3), Wolfgang Dauner/Charlie Mariano/Dino Saluzzi
  (4), Renaud Garcia-Fons (5), Eddie Palmieri (6), Abdullah Ibrahim (7),
  Cassandra Wilson (9), Hasidic New Wave (10), The South African Gospel
  Singers (11).

    1/ The Sphinx And I                         (Rabih Abou-Khalil)      5:20
    2/ Viaggio                                  (Galliano, Portal)       5:04
    3/ Dansa                                    (Heitor Villa Lobos)
    4/ Tiempos De Ausencia                      (Dauner, Mariano,
                                                Saluzzi)                 7:57
    5/ Oriental Bass                            (Renaud Garcia-Fons)     6:34
    6/ Acuzar                                   (Eddie Palmieri)         7:18
    7/ Barakaat                                 (Abdullah Ibrahim)       3:28
    8/ Sunrise In Montreal                      (Rabih Abou-Khalil)      8:11
    9/ Electrmagnolia                           (Cassandra Wilson)       4:44
    10/ Satmer Hakafos # 6                      (Hasidic New Wave)       8:33
    11/ Hambani Madoda                          (The South African Gospel

    1999 - Tiptoe (Germany), TIP-888 800 (CD)

  See VIRA LOUCOS (1997) for further references on (3) (on which both John
  Zorn and Marc Ribot appear).

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290 - FACTS ABOUT THE CONQUEST OF NORTH AMERICA: Eugene Chadbourne

  Eugene Chadbourne; Violent Femmes; Sun City Girls; John Zorn; Blitzoids;
  Elliott Sharp; Camper Van Chadbourne; etc.

    1999 - Genital Productions (Mexico), GEN 013 (CT)

  Note: limited edition of 220 numbered copies.

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291 - LIVE IN NEW YORK 1989: Naked City

    1/ Snagglepuss 				(Zorn)			 3:40
    2/ Purged Specimen 				(Zorn)			 3:31
    3/ James Bond Theme 			(John Barry)		 3:27
    4/ I Want To Live 				(Johnny Mandel)		 1:59
    5/ Blood Duster 				(Zorn)			 0:58
    6/ Fuck The Facts/Graveyard Shift 		(Zorn)			 4:12
    7/ The Way I Feel                           (John Patton)           13:42
    8/ You Will Be Shot 			(Zorn)			 1:33
    9/ Sicilian Clan 				(Ennio Morricone)	 3:53
    10/ Punk China Doll 			(Zorn)			 2:49
    11/ Saigon Pickup 				(Zorn)			 4:48
    12/ Chinatown 				(Jerry Goldsmith)	 7:03
    13/ Hammerhead 				(Zorn)			 0:20
    14/ Demon Sanctuary 			(Zorn)			 0:23
    15/ Demon Sanctuary 			(Zorn)			 0:54
    16/ Demon Sanctuary 			(Zorn)			 0:47
    17/ I Die Screaming 			(Zorn)			 2:26
    18/ A Shot In The Dark 			(Henry Mancini)		 3:48
    19/ Speedball 				(Zorn)			 0:56
    20/ Little Surfer Girl/? 			(Brian Wilson/?)	 4:18
    21/ Latin Quarter 				(Zorn)			 4:17
    22/ ? 					(?)			 3:20
    23/ N.Y. Flat Top Box 			(Zorn)			 0:40

    Recorded live in New York City in 1989

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitars; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred 
  Frith: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2000 (?) - Bangkok 2000 (Germany?), no catalog number (CD)

  Note: this is a bootleg recording.

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292 - LACROSSE: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Lacrosse (1977)                       (Zorn)
    1/ Take 3                                                           22:55
    2/ Take 4                                                           18:55
    3/ Take 6                                                            6:10
    4/ Take 1                                                            6:54
    5/ Take 2                                                            8:01
    6/ Take 5                                                            8:14
  Disc 2: Lacrosse (Twins version)              (Zorn)
    7/ Twins Version                                                    29:58

    (1-6) recorded at WKCR, New York on June 10, 1978
    (7) recorded in San Francisco in June 1977

  John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet; Mark Abbot (1-6): electronics; Polly
  Bradfield (1-6): violin, viola, electric violin; Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic
  and electric 6-string guitars, 12-string guitar, dobro, tiple; LaDonna Smith
  (1-6): violin, viola; Davey Williams (1-6): banjo, hollow-body electric
  guitar; Henry Kaiser (7): electric guitar; Bruce Ackley (7): soprano.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-1 (2xCD)

  Note: this 2xCD set does not contain anything that was not already available
  on THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997).

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293 - SATLAH: Danny Zamir

    1/ The Theme & Poem 16                      (Zamir)                  5:27
    2/ Poem 17                                  (Zamir)                  3:36
    3/ Poem 12B                                 (Zamir)                  3:09
    4/ Poem 25                                  (Zamir)                  3:36
    5/ Hasar Hamemuneh (traditional Yemenite)   (Zamir)                  3:28
    6/ Poem 1                                   (Zamir)                  6:58
    7/ Poem 7                                   (Zamir)                  4:37
    8/ Poem 22                                  (Zamir)                  5:28
    9/ Poem 29                                  (Zamir)                  5:49
    10/ Poem 5                                  (Zamir)                  5:57
    11/ The Theme & Poem 15                     (Zamir)                  4:27

    Recorded at Avatar, New York City
    Produced by Satlah

  Danny Zamir: alto, toys; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: bass, darbuhhah, tapes,
  toys; Kevin Zubek: drums, percussion, toys; John Zorn (2,5,11): alto.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7139 (CD)

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294 - ALIVE: Thomas Chapin

  Thomas Chapin; Mario Pavone; Michael Sarin; Steve Johns; John Zorn; Vernon
  Frazer; Marcus Rojas; Ray Stewart; Curtis Fowlkes; Peter McEachern; Al
  Bryant; Frank London; Mark Feldman; Boris Rayskin; Kiyoto Fujiwara.

    2000 - Knitting Factory Records (USA), KFR 248 (8xCD)

  See MENAGERIE DREAMS (1996) for further references.

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295 - IMMORTALIZED: EARACHE 1986-2000: various artists

  This 3xCD set features Morbid Angel (1), Napalm Death (2,11,39), Cathedral
  (3,36), Sleep (4), The Haunted (5,37), At The Gates (6,44), Terrorizer (7),
  Entombed (8), Iron Monkey (9,40), Massacre (10,45), Carcass (12,43), Brutal
  Truth (13,41), Bolt Thrower (14), Vader (15), Extreme Noise Terror (16),
  Hate Eternal (17), Corporation 187 (18), Dub War (19,35,42), Pitch Shifter
  (20), Godflesh (21), Adrenalin Junkies (22), Ultraviolence (23), Misery
  Loves Co (24,46), Pulkas (25), Janus Stark (26,38), Generation X-Ed (27),
  Scorn (28), Mortiis (29), Anal Cunt (30), Nasenbluten (31), The Berzerker
  (32), Painkiller (33), Johnny Violent (34), Scanner Vs Signs Ov Chaos (47),
  Spazztic Blurr (48).

    33/ Guts Of A Virgin                        (Painkiller)

    2000 - Earache (UK), Mosh 237 (3xCD)

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296 - LIVE IN SEVILLA 2000: Masada

    1/ Ne'eman                                  (Zorn)                  12:36
    2/ Katzatz                                  (Zorn)                   4:56
    3/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                  10:53
    4/ Beeroth                                  (Zorn)                   7:06
    5/ Yoreh                                    (Zorn)                   9:49
    6/ Hazor                                    (Zorn)                   6:27
    7/ Nashon                                   (Zorn)                  10:08
    8/ Lakom                                    (Zorn)                   5:06
    9/ Bith Aneth                               (Zorn)                   9:33

    Recorded at Teatro Central, Sevilla Junta De Andalucia on March 18, 2000
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7327 (CD)

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297 - LONDON MUSICIANS' COLLECTIVE ...THE FIRST 25 YEARS: various artists

  This audio companion to the double issue Vol.8 No.2/Vol.9 No.1 of RESONANCE
  features David Toop & John Zorn (1), Paul Burwell (2), Terry  Day & Peter 
  Kowald (3), Sylvia Hallett (4), Alterations (5), Dave Stephens (6), Steve 
  Beresford & Roger Turner (7), Hugh Davies, Max Eastley & Barry Leigh (8),
  Mummy (9), Health Cuts (10), Susanna Ferrar, Sylvia Hallett, Maggie Nicols &
  Julie Tippetts (11), Peter Cusack & Max Eastley (12), Steve Beresford &
  Michael Parsons (13), Paul Burwell & David Toop (14), Chris Newman with 
  Howard Skempton and John White (15), Ibrahim and Koray (16), Ground-Zero 
  (17), Toshimaru Nakamura (18), Al Dente (19), Murphy Love Experience (20),
  Greg Lucas & Ruth Collins (21), Black Door (22), Xentos (23), Claudia Ulla
  Binder (24), Brown Sierra (25), Bing Selfish and The Ideals (26), Steve
  Noble's 4tet (27), Steve Beresford, Anna Homler & Richard Sanderson (28).

  Disc 1: Gloucester Avenue
    1/ 24.01.81a				(Toop, Zorn) 		 6:29
    2/ 11.02.82  				(Paul Burwell)		 5:48
    3/ 24.01.81b 				(Day, Kowald)		 4:22
    4/ 1983  					(Sylvia Hallett)	 4:09
    5/ 09.03.80  				(Alterations)		 6:43
    6/ 24.01.81c  				(Dave Stephens)		 2:53
    7/ 10.02.78 				(Beresford, Turner)	 5:20
    8/ 25.10.79 (Additional Music Festival) 	(Davies, Eastley, Leigh) 6:18
    9/ 16.04.83 				(Mummy)			 4:05
    10/ 07.05.85  				(Health Cuts)		 4:34
    11/ 29.05.82  				(Ferrar, Hallett, Nicols,
						Tippetts)		 2:57
    12/ 24.01.81c  				(Cusack, Eastley)	 2:56
    13/ Euphonium Duo In Rowboats, 05.08.78 	(Beresford, Parsons)	 4:00
    14/ 22.04.79  				(Burwell, Toop)		 3:58
    15/ Polar Bear Song, 07.07.85  		(Newman, Skempton, White)4:22
  Disc 2: Elsewhere
    16/ Countdown To Go! (For Children Of All Ages) 
						(Ibrahim, Koray)	 0:27
    17/ El Derecho De Vivir En Paz/Shinoshin 3/4(Ground-Zero)		 6:17
    18/ Improvisation  				(Toshimaru Nakamura)	 6:16
    19/ Slug 					(Al Dente)		 5:43
    20/ The Letter 				(Murphy Love Experience) 4:20
    21/ Slide Show For The Radio 		(Lucas, Collins)	 3:05
    22/ Matters Not  				(Black Door)		 4:57
    23/ Aerealities 				(Xentos)		 2:10
    24/ Improvisation 				(Claudia Ulla Binder)	 4:10
    25/ Improvisation 				(Brown Sierra)		 3:35
    26/ Government Of Love  			(Bing Selfish and The 
						Ideals			 4:47
    27/ Improvisation 				(Steve Noble's 4tet)	 7:37
    28/ Crater Hoops  				(Beresford, Homler, 
						Sanderson)		 3:33

    The recording dates for Disc 1 are given in the title
    (1-15) recorded live at 42 Gloucester Avenue
    (16,21,22) recorded live at Resonance FM Studio, Royal Festival Hall in
    June 1998
    (17) recorded live at Conway Hall, Holborn on May 26, 1997
    (18,27,28) recorded live at The Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London on
    May 29, 2000
    (19) recorded live at Conway Hall, Holborn on May 31, 1999
    (20) recorded at LMCSound Studio, London in 2000
    (23) recorded live on the RFH roof and at Resonance FM Studio, Royal 
    Festival Hall in June 1998
    (24) recorded live at The Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London on May
    30, 2000
    (25) recorded live at The Spitz, London on November 19, 1999
    (26) recorded live at Conway Hall, London on April 1, 1991

  David Toop (1,5,14); John Zorn (1); Paul Burwell (2); Terry Day (3,5,9): 
  drums, sax, etc; Peter Kowald (3); Sylvia Hallett (4,11); Peter Cusack (5,
  12); Steve Beresford (5,7,13,28): euphonium, etc; Dave Stephens (6): voice;
  Roger Turner (7,10); Hugh Davies (8); Max Eastley (8,10,12); Barry Leigh 
  (8); Ollie Blanchflower (9): bass; Mel Davis (9): keyboards; Ed Deane (9):
  guitar; Mike Figgis (9): trumpet; Charlie Hart (9): bass, violin; Maggie 
  Nicols (9,11): vocals; Davey Payne (9): sax; John Porter (9): guitar; Simon
  (9): drums; Lol Coxhill (10); Mike Adcock (10); Paul Jolly (10); Susanna 
  Ferrar (11); Julie Tippetts (11); Michael Parsons (13); Paul Burwell (14);
  Chris Newman (15): voice; Howard Skempton (15): accordion; John White (15):
  tuba; Ibrahim (16); Koray (16); Ground-Zero (17); Toshimaru Nakamura (18);
  Al Dente (19); Murphy Love Experience (20); Greg Lucas (21); Ruth Collins 
  (21); Black Door (22); Xentos (23); Lepke Buchwater (23); Andy Lowe (23); 
  Mick Ritchie (23); Claudia Ulla Binder (24); Brown Sierra (25); Bing Selfish
  and The Ideals (26); Steve Noble's 4tet (27); Anna Homler (28); Richard 
  Sanderson (28).

    2000 - Resonance (UK), RES8.2CD/RES9.1CD (magazine+2xCD)

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298 - XU FENG: John Zorn

    1/ The Valiant Ones                         (Zorn)                  10:13
    2/ The Fate Of Lee Khan                     (Zorn)                   6:57
    3/ Legend Of The Mountain                   (Zorn)                   4:01
    4/ The Assassins                            (Zorn)                   2:32
    5/ Dragon Gate Inn                          (Zorn)                   5:26
    6/ The Beauty Of Yang Hui-Chen              (Zorn)                  10:43
    7/ Trouble At Spring Inn                    (Zorn)                   6:25
    8/ Hidden Fortress                          (Zorn)                   7:50
    9/ Hsia Nü                                  (Zorn)                   7:34
    10/ Raining in the Mountains                (Zorn)                   5:32
    11/ A Touch of Zen                          (Zorn)                   4:11

    Recorded at Different Fur, San Francisco on May 28, 2000
    Produced by John Zorn

   Fred Frith: guitars; John Schott: guitars; Chris Brown: electronics; David
   Slusser: electronics; Dave Lombardo: drums, percussion; William Winant:
   drums, percussion; John Zorn: prompter.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7329 (CD)

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299 - STREET OF LOST BROTHERS: Gary Lucas

    1/ Yidgal					(Lucas)			 3:01 
    2/ The Opener Of The Way 			(Lucas)			 2:13
    3/ That's My Life 				(Lucas)			 4:22
    4/ Mahzel Means Good Luck 			(Wayne, Beekman)	 2:35
    5/ It's Like A Wheel 			(Lucas)			 4:47
    6/ European Son 				(Reed, Cale, Morrison, 
						Tucker)			 3:11
    7/ I Kill You For Nothing (Marx Brothers Medley)
						(Berlin, Kalmar, Ruby) 	 2:48
    8/ Ride Of The Valkyries 			(Wagner)		 4:00
    9/ Let My People Go 			(trad.)			 3:34
    10/ Level The Playing Field 		(Lucas)			 3:00
    11/ Sh'ma 					(trad.)			10:54
    12/ The Tel Aviv Ghetto Fighter's Song 	(Frisch, Lucas)		 3:55

    Recorded at Loho Studios, Sound Dimensions, Chez Lucas, National Taiwan
    University (Taipei)
    Produced by Gary Lucas

  Gary Lucas: guitars, vocals, raygun, kibbitzing; Ernie Brooks (1,4): bass;
  Jonathan Kane (1,4): drums; Kenny Hurwitz (1,4): vocals; Larry Fine (1,4):
  vocals; John Zorn (1): alto; Walter Horn (11): synthesizers, piano, sampler; 
  Jesper Gadelius (12): guitar; Hank Frisch (12): harmonica; Peter Eng (12):
  bass; Aldo Tsang (12): drums.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7145 (CD)

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300 - CARTOON S/M: John Zorn

  Disc 1:
    1/ Cat O' Nine Tails                        (Zorn)                  15:29
    2/ Carny                                    (Zorn)                  12:30
    3/ For Your Eyes Only                       (Zorn)                  12:56
    4/ Kol Nidre                                (Zorn)                   7:55
  Disc 2:
    5-17/ The Dead Man                          (Zorn)                  12:35
    18/ Music For Children                      (Zorn)                  14:24
    19/ Memento Mori                            (Zorn)                  26:20
    20/ Kol Nidre                               (Zorn)                   6:46

    (1,4,5-17,19) recorded at Grasland Studios, Haarlem on November 8-13, 1999
    (2) recorded at Grasland Studios, Haarlem on February 21, 2000
    (3) recorded at Concertzaal, Tilburg on April 8, 1998
    (18,20) recorded at Grasland Studios, Haarlem on February 22, 2000
    Produced by Gert-Jan Blom

  The Mondrian Quartet (1,4,5-17,19); Tomoko Mukaiyama (2,18); The Asko
  Ensemble directed by Stephen Ashbury (3); Jan Erik Van Regteren Altena (18):
  violin; Arnold Marinissen (18): percussion; Rick Huls (20): clarinet; Ina
  Hesse (20): clarinet; Niek Wijns (20): clarinet; Ermo Hartsuiker (20): bass
  clarinet.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7330-2 (2xCD)

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301 - FILMWORKS IX: TREMBLING BEFORE G-D: John Zorn

    1/ Trembling Before G-D #1                  (Zorn)                   2:25
    2/ Mahshav                                  (Zorn)                   5:01
    3/ Tashlikh #1                              (Zorn)                   4:26
    4/ Yechida                                  (Zorn)                   0:54
    5/ Idalah-Abal                              (Zorn)                   7:49
    6/ Simen Tov/Mazel Tov                      (Zorn)                   1:25
    7/ Sholom Aleichem                          (Zorn)                   1:12
    8/ Notarikon                                (Zorn)                   4:11
    9/ Maskil                                   (Zorn)                   3:25
    10/ Trembling Before G-D                    (Zorn)                   2:51
    11/ Mahshav                                 (Zorn)                   8:26
    12/ Desert Montage                          (Zorn)                   4:45
    13/ Kaporeh                                 (Zorn)                   3:25
    14/ Tashlikh #2                             (Zorn)                   2:18
    15/ Nigun                                   (Zorn)                   2:02
    16/ Trembling Before G-D #2                 (Zorn)                   3:13
    17/ End Titles                              (Zorn)                   6:01
    18/ Kaporeh                                 (Zorn)                   4:18

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn in June 2000
    Produced by John Zorn

  Chris Speed: clarinet; Jamie Saft: piano, organ; Cyro Baptista (12,17):
  percussion; John Zorn (6): voice.

    2000 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7331 (CD)

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302 - SURREALISTIC SURFER: Golden Palominos

    1/ Angel Of Death
    2/ Brides Of Jesus
    3/ Buenos Aires
    4/ Darklands
    5/ Faithless Heart
    6/ I've Been The One
    7/ Lucky
    8/ Only One Party
    9/ Shattered Image
    10/ Silver Bullet
    11/ Something Becomes Nothing
    12/ The Animal Speaks (with John Lydon)
    13/ The Animal Speaks (with Jack Bruce)
    14/ Under The Cap
    15/ Wild River

    2000 - Dressed To Kill (UK), METRO429 (CD)

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303 - LSDC&W - THE AMAZING STORY OF THE CHADBOURNES: Eugene Chadbourne

  Disc 1:
    1/ Take This Job And Shove It   		(David Allan Coe) 	 4:06
    2/ Crazy For Being So Lonely (?)            (???)			 4:26
    3/ Somethin' Else                           (Eddie Cochran)		 6:55
       Down At The Corner At A Bar Named Kelly's(Johnny Paycheck)
    4/ Hurry Home Darlin'                       (McGee)			 7:03
    5/ Nobody's Lonesome For Me                 (Hank Williams)		 3:45
    6/ (musician presentation)						 0:38
    7/ Tom Cat's Kitten                         (McGee)			 8:11
       Eating Out Of Your Hand                  (McGee)
    8/ Move It On Over                          (Hank Williams)		 4:56
       Moaning The Blues                        (Merle Haggard)
    9/ Pitter Patter Panther                    (Duke Ellington)	 9:18
       In The Night                             (Professor Longhair)
    10/ I've Just Seen A Face                   (Lennon, McCartney) 	10:45
        Birthday                                (Lennon, McCartney)
        Octopus' Garden                         (Ringo Starr)
    11/ Gotta Get Drunk                         (Willie Nelson)		 4:27
    12/ Taxman                                  (Lennon, McCartney)	 2:30
  Disc 2:
    13/ I'm The Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised   (Bobby Braddock)	 5:24
    14/ W Va Spec                               (Chadbourne)		 4:06
    15/ Reincarnation                           (Lord Kitchener)	 4:08
    16/ If I'm Gonna Sink                       (Johnny Paycheck)	 5:10
    17/ Hurry Home Darlin'                      (McGee) 		 4:12
    18/ Day Tripper                             (Lennon, McCartney)	 3:35
    19/ Tennessee Flattop Box                   (Johnny Cash)		 3:49
    20/ Burma Shave                             (Roger Miller)		 2:33
    21/ Dixie Fried                             (Carl Perkins)		 5:07
    22/ Wine Me Up                              (Faron Young)		 1:49
    23/ This Town                               (Roger Miller)		 5:36
        Kansas City Star                        (Roger Miller)
    24/ Bluegrass Breakdown                     (Bill Monroe)		 6:59
        Bound To Ride                           (trad.)
    25/ Glad All Over                           (Carl Perkins)		 2:34
    26/ Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young         (Faron Young)		 2:45
    27/ Wild Horses                             (Jagger, Richards) 	 5:04
    28/ Nobody Loves Me But My Mother           (B. B. King) 		 3:41
  
    (1-7) recorded live at Murphy's, Greensboro (?) in February 1981
    (8-17) recorded live in Cincinatti during Spring 1981
    (18-23) recorded in Shrank's Studio during Summer 1981 (?)
    (24-26) recorded live at the Chukker during Summer 1981 (?)

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, vocals; David Licht (1-26): drums; Tom Cora (1-
  26): cello; Kramer (1-17): organ; John Zorn (8-17): alto, soprano, clarinet,
  game calls; Scott Manring (18): lap steel guitar; David Doyle (27): mando-
  lin; Gilfred Lee Fray (27): piano; Buzz Newburgh (27): mandolin; Bunk 
  Newburgh (27): guitar; Doug Henderson (27): guitar; Eddie van Halen (27): 
  guitar; David Nikias (28): garbage; Murray Reams (28): drum set, turntable;
  "Loretta Lynn/Grace Slick" (28): uninvited vocals.

    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1980B (2xCD)

  Note: some songs were also released in previous versions of LSDC&W; the 
  length of the songs vary and some are clearly from different performances
  and apparently feature different musicians.
  Note; there are no credits for songs (17,27,28).

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304 - KITCHEN CONCERT: The Chadbournes

    1/ Love's Not For Me                    	(Carl Perkins)		 3:13
    2/ Live Fast Love Hard Die Young            (Faron Young)		 5:08
    3/ The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me          (Roger Miller) 		14:31
       Blues Come Around                        (Hank Williams)
       The Only Hell My Mama Ever Raised        (Bobby Braddock)
       W VA Spec                                (Chadbourne)
    4/ Bound To Ride                            (trad.) 		10:55
       Starting Over                            (John Lennon)
       I've Just Seen A Face                    (Lennon, McCartney)
    5/ Move It On Over                          (Hank Williams)		 5:56
    6/ Gone Gone Gone                           (Carl Perkins) 		16:50
       I'm A Loser                              (Lennon, McCartney)
       Funny How Time Slips Away                (Willie Nelson)

    Recorded live at the Kitchen, New York City in September 1981

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitar; David Licht: drums; Tom Cora: cello; Kramer:
  cheap organ; John Zorn: Bb clarinet, alto, soprano, game calls.

    2000 - House of Chadula (USA), 1981B (CD)
    2006 - House of Chadula (USA), 1981B (CD)

  Note: the recording date comes from Eugene Chadbourne (personal communica-
  tion with Stéphane Vuilleumier); the song credits are Stéphane Vuilleumier's
  guess; track durations are taken from CD reading.
  Note: "The Only Hell..." is credited either to Bobby Braddock or Vickers/
  Kemp/Borcher in other EC releases.
  Note: the 2006 reissue is called TORTURE IN THE EIGHTIES: THE LSDC&W KITCHEN 
  CONCERT.

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305 - BRAIN IN A BOX: THE SCIENCE FICTION COLLECTION: various artists

  This 5xCD box set features excerpts from movies/TV shows (1-50) as well as
  tracks by The Tornadoes (51), Jimmy Haskell & His Orchestra (52), The
  Marketts (53), Jefferson Airplane (54), Graham Parker & The Rumour (55),
  Nilsson (56), Spirit (57), Suburban Lawns (58), Soul, Inc. (59), Joe Bennett
  & The Sparkletones (60), Webb Wilder (61), They Might Be Giants (62), Lothar
  & The Hand People (63), Stan Ridgeway (64), Milton Delugg (65), T-Bone
  Burnett (66), The Ventures (67), Vernon Green & The Medallions (68), Chris
  Conner (69), Roky Erickson (70), Kathy McCarty (71), Prelude (72), Russ
  Garcia & His Orchestra (73,83,88), Les Baxter (74,77), Ferrante & Teicher
  (75), Frank Comstock (76), Attilio Mineo (78), Dick Hyman (79,87), The City
  Of Prague Philharmonic (80), Dr. Samuel Hoffman (81), Billy Mure (82), Sun
  Ra (84), Raymond Scott & His Orchestra (85), Perry & Kingsley (86), Jerry
  Goldsmith (89), Frank Coe (90), Leonard Nimoy (91,97), David Garland and
  John Zorn (92), Buchanan & Goodman (93), Louis Prima (94), The Five Blobs
  (95), The Ran-Dells (96), The B-52's (98), The Dickies (99), Ella Fitzgerald
  (100), The Rezillos (101), Billy Riley & His Little Green Men (102), Mojo
  Nixon & His World Famous Blue Jays (103), Jimmy Durante (104), The Rubinoos
  (105), The Holy Modal Rounders (106), The Satellite Singers (107), Sheb
  Wooley (108), Buck Trail (109), Bill Carlisle (110), Buchanan Brothers & The
  Georgia Catamounts (111), Parliament (112), Kirby Stone Four (113).

  John plays on one track with David Garland:

    92/ On Planet X                             (David Garland)          3:28

    2000 - Rhino (USA), 79936 (5xCD)

  See CONTROL SONGS (1986) for further references on (92).

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306 - SOLO FLIGHTS: various artists

    Two Sonatinas                               (Andrew Violette)
      1/ I
      2/ II
    Five Pieces For Piano - In Retrospect       (Robert Helps)
      3/ Prelude
      4/ Dance
      5/ Song
      6/ Pastorale
      7/ Toccata
    Three Bagatelles                            (Ursula Mamlok)
      8/ Grazioso
      9/ Very Calm
      10/ Playful
    11/ Opposites Attract                       (David Del Tredici)
    12/ Solitude: A Portrait Of Lou Harrison    (Virgil Thompson)
    13/ A Portrait Of Robert Indiana            (Virgil Thompson)
    14/ Spring Music With Wind                  (Eleanor Hovda)
    15/ Triftmusik                              (Laura Kaminsky)
    16/ Carny                                   (John Zorn)
    17/ The Woman Who Danced                    (Jed Distler)
    18/ Our Mingling Arms                       (Molly Thompson)
    19/ Studies On Chopin's Etudes, No. 45      (Leopold Godowsky)
    20/ The Anthem At Woodstock                 (Jed Distler)

    Recorded live at the Solo Flights Festivals in 1995-1999

  Andrew Violette (1,2,13): piano; Robert Helps (3-7,19): piano; Sarah Cahill
  (8-10): piano; David Del Tredici (11,12): piano; Jed Distler (14,17,20):
  piano; Sara Laimon (15): piano; Phillip Bush (16): piano; Kathleen Supove
  (18): piano.

    2000 - CRI (USA), CRI CD 864 (CD)
    2007 - New World (USA), NWCR864 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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307 - OPEN ENDS: MUSICAL EXPLORATION IN NEW YORK 1960 TO 2000: various
  artists

  This record features The Velvet Underground (1), Liquid Liquid (2), Suicide
  (3), Yoko Ono (4), Laurie Anderson (5), The Fugs (6), Bongwater (7), Yo La
  Tengo (8), Glenn Branca (9), The Lounge Lizards (10), Grandmaster Flash and
  the Furious Five (11), Arto Lindsay (12), Television (13), DJ Spooky/The
  Freight Elevator Quartet (14), Sonic Youth (15), John Zorn (16).

    1/ Run Run Run                              (The Velvet Underground) 4:20
    2/ Cavern                                   (Liquid Liquid)          5:20
    3/ Dreams                                   (Suicide)                2:10
    4/ Walking On Thin Ice                      (Yoko Ono)               5:59
    5/ Time to Go                               (Laurie Anderson)        2:47
    6/ Slum Goddess                             (The Fugs)               1:57
    7/ What If?                                 (Bongwater)              1:51
    8/ Sugarcube                                (Yo La Tengo)            3:19
    9/ Don't Let Me Stop You                    (Glenn Branca)           5:08
    10/ Bob The Bob (Home)                      (The Lounge Lizards)     3:29
    11/ The Message                             (Grandmaster Flash and
                                                the Furious Five)        7:09
    12/ Prefeelings                             (Arto Lindsay)           4:49
    13/ Venus De Milo                           (Television)             3:38
    14/ File Under Futurism                     (DJ Spooky & The Freight
                                                Elevator Quartet)        7:20
    15/ Tremens                                 (Sonic Youth)            3:20
    16/ In The Temple Of Hadjarim               (John Zorn)              5:15

    2000 - Museum Music (USA), MM111 (CD)
    ???? - Museum Music (USA), SP101 (3xCD)

  See TABOO AND EXILE (1999) for further references on (16).

  Note: the 3xCD set includes three CDs that were already available separate-
  ly: MODERN STARTS: MUSIC 1880-1920, MAKING CHOICES: EVOLUTIONS IN JAZZ 1920-
  1960, and OPEN ENDS: MUSICAL EXPLORATION IN NEW YORK 1960-2000.

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308 - VISION-EASE: Eugene Chadbourne

    1/ Initials (to Judith Abb Zoe Zittner)     (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    2/ Return of Romance w/false starts         (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    3/ The Shreeve                              (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    4/ The Fling                                (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    5/ Missing Persons (to Lydia Werbizky)      (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    6/ Lightning's Hopkins                      (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    7/ Misty, I Know You're Misty               (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    8/ Four winds                               (Dave Holland)        
    9/ Noonah                                   (Roscoe Mitchell)     
    10/ Ramblin                                 (Ornette Coleman)     
    11/ Solitude                                (Duke Ellington)      
    12/ Duet                                    (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    13/ The Viaduct                             (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    14/ Welcome West                            (Eugene Chadbourne)   
    15/ The Double AA                           (Eugene Chadbourne)   

    Recorded on the left and right coasts in 1977 and 1978

  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic and electric guitars, dobro, vocals; Bruce 
  Ackley (1-3,5): soprano, Bb clarinet; Polly Bradfield (6,14): acoustic and
  electric violins; Henry Kaiser (1-3): electric guitar; LaDonna Smith (4): 
  viola; Davey Williams (4): banjo; John Zorn (1-3,6,7,12-15): alto, soprano,
  Bb clarinet.

    2001 - House of Chadula (USA), 1977C (CD)
    2006 - House of Chadula (USA), 1977C (CD)

  Note: the group consisting of Ackley/Zorn/Kaiser/Chadbourne is referred to 
  as "Twins"; that comprising Bradfield/Zorn/Chadbourne as "300 Statues".
  Note: listings and credits are tentative.

  See SCHOOL (1978) for further references on (2-5,11-12,14).
  See SONORA (1978-1981) (1998) for further references on (15) and possibly
  (13).

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309 - THE ENGLISH CHANNEL: Eugene Chadbourne

  The content of this record was edited from two recordings: one done in New
  York City in 1979 (available on the Parachute record 2000 STATUES AND THE 
  ENGLISH CHANNEL), and one from a 1981 live performance in Greensboro.

    1/ Untitled 				(Chadbourne)		74:47

    Recorded at Dick Charles Recording, New York in June 1979 and live in 
    Greensboro in 1981

  Lineup for the 1978 recording in New York City:

  Fred Frith: electric guitar; Davey Williams: acoustic and electric guitars;
  Bob Ostertag: Serge synthesizer; Steve Beresford: piano, euphonium, toys; 
  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet, euphonium; Lesli Dalaba: trumpet; Mark Kramer: 
  cheap organ, trombone; Charles Verstraeten: trombone; Wayne Horvitz: key-
  board, harmonica, acoustic bass; Evan Gallagher: keyboard, percussion; John
  Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet; Polly Bradfield: violin; LaDonna Smith:
  violin, viola; Jim Katzin: violin; Tom Cora: cello; Andrea Centazzo: percus-
  sion; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars, etc.

  Lineup for the 1981 live recording in Greensboro:

  David Licht: drums; Dennis Licht: percussion; Shep the Hep: electric bass;
  Steve Amowitz; David Nikias: percussion, specimen jars; Garry Collins: drum
  set; Seth Dworkin: synthesizer; Byron Haskins: synthesizer; Geoff Fliolo:
  clarinet; Marian Wilson: oboe; Gil Fray: clarinet, alto, voice; Doug Baker:
  guitar; Deborah Ibrahim: violin; Amanda Mason: violin; John Pasquini: vio-
  lin; David Doyle: French horn, classical guitar; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars,
  etc.

    2001 - House of Chadula (USA), 1978A (CD)

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310 - ARCHERY: John Zorn

  Disc 1: Archery (rehearsal)
    1/ Part 1                                                           32:10
    2/ Part 2                                                           16:14
    3/ Part 3                                                           28:32
  Disc 2 and 3: Archery
    4/ A1-D2                                                            20:35
    5/ D3-G1                                                            20:07
    6/ G2-L4                                                            23:53
    7/ L5-O14                                                           23:29

    Recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn on September 12 & 13, 1981

  Robert Dick: flute, bass flute, piccolo, game calls; George Lewis: tenor
  trombone; John Zorn: alto, soprano, Bb clarinet, Eb clarinet, game calls;
  Anthony Coleman: Yamaha organ, electric piano; Wayne Horvitz: Farfisa organ,
  harmonica, tape, electronics; Mark Kramer: cheap organ, tapes, synthesizer,
  radio, rhythm machine, devices; Eugene Chadbourne: electric guitars, acous-
  tic guitar; Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Bill Laswell: 4 and 6 string
  Fender basses; Polly Bradfield: violin; Tom Cora: cello; David Moss: drums,
  voice, percussion; Mark Smith: prompter.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316-4 (3xCD)

  Note: the content of this 3xCD set was already available on THE PARACHUTE
  YEARS 1977-1980 (1997).

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311 - ARS LONGA DENS BREVIS: Fred Frith, Toyozumi Yoshisaburo, Onnyk, John 
  Zorn

    1/ untitled                                                         35:54
    2/ untitled                                                         27:24
    3/ untitled                                                          8:25
    4/ untitled                                                          7:49

    (1,3) recorded live at Gallery "Gaiengu", Morioka (Iwate, Japan) on Decem-
    ber 13, 1987
    (2,4) recorded live at Gallery "Gaiengu", Morioka (Iwate, Japan) on April
    2, 1985

  Fred Frith (1,3): guitar; Onnyk (1,2): alto, soprano, keyboard, guitar;
  Yoshisaburo Toyozumi (1,2): drums, percussion; John Zorn (2,4): alto, bird-
  calls;
  
    2001 - Allelopathy (Japan), ALL-2 (CD)

  Note: limited edition of 500 copies.

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312 - THE GIFT: John Zorn
 
    1/ Makahaa                                  (Zorn)                   5:28
    2/ The Quiet Surf                           (Zorn)                   3:15
    3/ Samarkan                                 (Zorn)                   6:39
    4/ Train To Thiensan                        (Zorn)                   3:52
    5/ Snake Catcher                            (Zorn)                   6:30
    6/ Moonlove                                 (Zorn)                   5:17
    7/ Cutting Stone                            (Zorn)                   7:08
    8/ La Flor Del Barrio                       (Zorn)                   3:10
    9/ Bridge To The Beyond                     (Zorn)                   5:30
    10/ Makahaa (reprise)                       (Zorn)                   4:34

    Recorded at Frank Booth
    Produced by John Zorn

  Marc Ribot (1-5,8-10): guitar; Jamie Saft (1-7,10): organ, Wurlitzer piano,
  piano, keyboards; Trevor Dunn (1-5,8-10): bass; Cyro Baptista (1-7,9,10): 
  percussion; Jenny Choi (2,6): violin; Joey Baron (3,4,6,8,10): drums; Ned
  Rothenberg (3): shakuhachi; Dave Douglas (6): trumpet; Masumi Rostad (6):
  viola; Raman Ramakishnan (6): cello; Greg Cohen (6): bass; Mike Patton (9):
  voice; John Zorn (9): piano, Theremin.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7332 (CD)

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313 - ELLIPSIS - LE TENDENZE DEGLI ANNI 80: various artists

  This audio companion to the March 2001 issue of the Italian magazine MUSICA
  JAZZ features Mark Helias (1), Ray Anderson (2), The Intergalactic Maiden
  Ballet (3), Jim Pepper (4), Marty Ehrlich (5), Ed Schuller (6), Michael 
  Formanek (7), Rabih Abou-Khalil (8), Double Trio (9), Eddie Allen (10).

    3/ Trap Dance                               (Jordi, Philipp)         5:16

    2001 - High Tide (Italy), Tide 9180-2 (CD)

  See SQUARE DANCE (1990) for further references.

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314 - LOVE, MADNESS AND MYSTICISM: John Zorn

    1/ Le Momo                                  (Zorn)                  16:09
    2/ Untitled                                 (Zorn)                  15:11
    3/ Amour Fou                                (Zorn)                  20:09

  Jennifer Choi: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Stephen Drury: piano.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7065 (CD)

  Note: there seems to exist a limited edition of this record on a Russian (?)
  label (bootleg?).

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315 - SONGS FROM THE HERMETIC THEATRE: John Zorn

    1/ American Magus                           (Zorn)                  14:03
    2/ In The Very Eye Of Night                 (Zorn)                  11:16
    3/ The Nerve Key                            (Zorn)                   9:29
    4/ Beuysblock                               (Zorn)                  16:13

    Recorded in March 2001

  John Zorn: electronic and computer music, bass, water, drum, flute, glass
  bowl, metal pipes, wax paper, mud, staple gun, etc; Jennifer Choi: violins.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7066 (CD)
    2004 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), 000068 (CD)
    
  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg, not authorized by Tzadik and the 
  artists!

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316 - FILMWORKS X: IN THE MIRROR OF MAYA DEREN: John Zorn

    1/ Drifting 1 				(Zorn)
    2/ Dancing 					(Zorn)
    3/ Kiev 1 					(Zorn)
    4/ Teiji's Time 				(Zorn)
    5/ Nostalgia 1 				(Zorn)
    6/ Filming 					(Zorn)
    7/ Mirror Worlds 				(Zorn)
    8/ Nightscape 				(Zorn)
    9/ Nostalgia 2 				(Zorn)
    10/ Haiti 					(Zorn)
    11/ Kiev 2 					(Zorn)
    12/ Voudoun 				(Zorn)
    13/ Drifting 2 				(Zorn)
    14/ Kiev 3 					(Zorn)
    15/ Drifting 3 				(Zorn)

    Produced by John Zorn

  Erik Friedlander: cello; Jamie Saft: piano, organ, Wurlitzer; Cyro Baptista:
  percussion; John Zorn (1,4,7,13,15): piano, percussion. 

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7333 (CD)

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317 - MARIA AND MARIA: Seigen Ono

    1/ Dragonfish                               (Ono)                    3:50
    2/ Maria 4                                  (Ono)                   10:25
    3/ She Is She                               (Ono)                    6:25
    4/ Maria 9                                  (Ono)                    4:50
    5/ Anchovy Pasta                            (Ono)                    5:29
    6/ Picnic                                   (Ono)                    2:36
    7/ Stasimo                                  (Ono, Scherer)           4:15
    8/ Maria 8                                  (Ono)                    7:35
    9/ Maria 6                                  (Ono)                    6:56
    10/ Dessert At Desert                       (Ono)                    5:52
    11/ Maria 5                                 (Ono)                    6:53
    12/ Maria 3                                 (Ono)                    3:08
    13/ Flying Fish Wedding                     (Ono)                    3:37

    Recorded at Clinton Recording Studios, New York City on August 30-31 and
    September 1, 2000
    Produced by Seigen Ono

  Seigen Ono: conductor; Peter Scherer (1-3,7-11): piano, keyboards; Joey
  Baron (1,3-6,8-11): drums, percussion; Marc Ribot (1,3-6,8-11): guitars;
  Jane Scarpantoni (1,2,5-9,12,13): cello; Jill Jaffe (1,5-7,9,12,13): viola,
  violin; Romero Lubambo (2,3,7,10,11,13): guitar; John Zorn (3-6,10,11):
  alto; Maxine Neuman (7,12,13): cello.

    2001 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD-1017H (SACD)

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318 - MASADA LIVE AT TONIC 2001: John Zorn

  Disc 1:
    1/ Karaim					(Zorn)			19:11
    2/ Ner Tamid				(Zorn)			 5:07
    3/ Acharei Mot				(Zorn)			11:07
    4/ Kisofim					(Zorn)			 7:12
    5/ Jachin					(Zorn)			 6:30
    6/ Malkhut					(Zorn)			 4:52
    7/ Nashim					(Zorn)			 6:58
  Disc 2:
    8/ Lilin					(Zorn)			15:13
    9/ Khebar					(Zorn)			 5:59
    10/ Hazoti					(Zorn)			 5:35
    11/ Malkhut					(Zorn)			 4:49
    12/ Shevet					(Zorn)			 8:08
    13/ Shamor					(Zorn)			 7:39
    14/ Acharei Mot				(Zorn)			10:27
    15/ Kisofim					(Zorn)			 8:35
    16/ Shechem					(Zorn)			13:05

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on June 16, 2001
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2001 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7334 (2xCD)

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319 - CHATS: Derek Bailey

    1/ Explanation                                                       0:17
    2/ Eugene                                                            7:57
    3/ Henry                                                             6:16
    4/ Fred                                                              5:30
    5/ Barcelona                                                         2:15
    6/ Shanghai                                                          3:13
    7/ The Old Country                                                   1:37
    8/ Anecdote                                                          3:30
    9/ Richard Leigh And The Meaning Of Life                             4:34
    10/ Steve Beresford, Gossip And Poetry                               4:05
    11/ Olé Audrey                                                       1:13
    12/ The Ballad Of Big Bad Ben                                        1:35
    13/ More Explanation                                                 0:48

    (13) recorded in 1992

  Derek Bailey: guitar, voice; John Zorn (13); etc.

    2001 - Incus (USA), CD-R2 (CD-R)

  Note: no recording information is provided with the record; the recording
  information provided here has been gathered by Peter Stubley, based on
  discussion with Derek Bailey and some guessing.

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320 - SAINTS: Marc Ribot

    1/ Saints 					(Albert Ayler)
    2/ Book Of Heads #13 			(John Zorn)
    3/ I'm Getting Sentimental Over You 	(Bassman, Washington)
    4/ Empty 					(Ribot, François Lardeau)
    5/ Happiness Is A Warm Gun 			(Lennon, McCartney)
    6/ I'm Confessin' (That I Love You) 	(Daughtery, Neiberg, Reynolds)
    7/ Go Down Moses 				(trad., arr. Ribot)
    8/ St. James Infirmary 			(trad., arr. Ribot)
    9/ Somewhere 				(L. Bernstein, S. Sondheim)
    10/ Holy Holy Holy 				(trad., arr. Ribot)
    11/ It Could Have Been Very Beautiful 	(John Lurie)
    12/ Witches and Devils 			(Albert Ayler)

  Marc Ribot: guitar.

    2001 - Division One/Atlantic (USA), 83461-2 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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321 - SAIDERA PARADISO: Seigen Ono

  Disc 1: DRAGONFISH
  Disc 2: ANCHOVY PASTA
  Disc 3-4: RIO E NICE
  Disc 5: DRAGONFISH LIVE
  Disc 6: THE GARDEN OF EDEN
  Disc 7: SAIDERA PARADISO
  Disc 8-9: YAKUSHIMA/PIANO TUNING
  Disc 10: KIND OF RED & WHITE
  Disc 11-13: JEAN-BAPTISTE STREICHER 1853
  Disc 14: NUIT DE LA DANSE
  Disc 15-16: MARIA/PINK DOLPHIN: LIVE AT IDEE
  Disc 17: GIFT OF HOPE
  Disc 18: FLYING FISH WEDDING
  Disc 19: ROMAN MARCHING BAND
  Disc 20: SONGS
    ?/ She Is She

    Seigen Ono; John Zorn; Marc Ribot; Joey Baron; Peter Scherer; Romero 
    Lubambo; etc.

    2001 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD 2000-2019 (20xCD)

  Note: with the exception of disc #20, all the 19 discs have already been
  released as limited editions (from 1998 to 2000); disc #20 was made special-
  ly for this set and contains new versions/recordings of material from the
  other 19 discs.
  Note: Seigen Ono made a limited pressing (300 copies) of SONGS (catalog #: 
  SD 2020), whose proceeds went all to the Red Cross.

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322 - SONGS: Seigen Ono

    ?/ She Is She                               (Ono)                    6:25

    2001 - Saidera Records (Japan), SD 2020 (CD)

  Note: special limited edition (300 copies) of the 20th CD from the SAIDERA
  PARADISO 20xCD set.

  See MARIA AND MARIA (2001) for further references on (?).

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323 - JAZZ FUNK: various artists

  This record features Manu Dibango (1), Material (2,7,10), Golden Palominos
  (3,9,12), Ginger Baker (4), Toure Kunda (5), Manu Dibango (6,11), Mandingo
  featuring Foday Musa Suso (8).

  John Zorn plays on one track with The Golden Palominos:

    12/ Two Sided Fist                          (Fier, Lindsay, Frith)

    2001 - Jazz & Tzaz (Greece), Issue 101-102 (CD+magazine?)

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references on (12).

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

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

    Recorded at Avatar
    Produced by John Zorn

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

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

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325 - HOCKEY: John Zorn

    Electric Version: 
      1/ Take 1 
      2/ Take 2 
      3/ Take 3 
      4/ Take 3 
      5/ Take 4 
    Acoustic Version:
      6/ Take 2 
      7/ Take 4 
      8/ Take 11 
      9/ Take 13 
      10/ Take 1 
      11/ Take 3 
      12/ Take 5 
      13/ Take 6 
      14/ Take 7 
      15/ Take 8 
      16/ Take 9 
      17/ Take 10 
      18/ Take 12 

  John Zorn: game calls, clarinet, mouthpiece; Eugene Chadbourne: electric 
  guitar, personal effects; Wayne Horvitz: amplified piano; Bob Ostertag: 
  electronics; Polly Bradfield: violin; Mark E. Miller: percussion, 

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7316 (CD)

  See THE PARACHUTE YEARS 1977-1980 (1997) for further reference.

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326 - FIRST LIVE 1993: Masada

    1/ Piram                                    (Zorn)                   5:56
    2/ Sansanah                                 (Zorn)                   7:10
    3/ Ziphim                                   (Zorn)                   7:16
    4/ Zebdi                                    (Zorn)                   5:00
    5/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                   7:39
    6/                                          (Zorn)                   7:04
      6a/ Rachab
      6b/ Lebaoth
    7/ Hazor                                    (Zorn)                   7:03

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory on September 12, 1993
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7337 (CD)

  Note: the liner notes mention a different recording date (September 2nd),
  but this seems to be a mistake.

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327 - LIVE VOLUME ONE: KNITTING FACTORY 1989: Naked City 

    1/ Batman                                   (Zorn)                   2:07
    2/ Latin Quarter                            (Zorn)                   4:06
    3/ You Will Be Shot                         (Zorn)                   1:24
    4/ Shot In The Dark                         (Henry Mancini)          3:32
    5/ Skate Key                                (Zorn)                   1:06
    6/ Erotico                                  (Ennio Morricone)        5:24
    7/ Snagglepuss                              (Zorn)                   2:09
    8/ I Want To Live                           (Johnny Mandel)          1:58
    9/ New York Flattop Box                     (Zorn)                   0:44
    10/ Inside Straight                         (Zorn)                   8:13
    11/ Chinatown                               (Jerry Goldsmith)        6:04
    12/ Igneous Ejaculation                     (Zorn)                   0:22
    13/ Ujaku                                   (Zorn)                   0:31
    14/ Blood Duster                            (Zorn)                   0:17
    15/ Hammerhead                              (Zorn)                   0:12
    16/ Speedball                               (Zorn)                   0:44
    17/ Obeah Man                               (Zorn)                   0:19
    18/ Den of Sins                             (Zorn)                   1:19
    19/ Demon Sanctuary                         (Zorn)                   0:56
    20/ The Way I Feel                          (John Patton)           10:37

    Recorded live at the Knitting Factory in 1989
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith: 
  bass; Joey Baron: drums. 

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7336 (CD)

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328 - IAO: John Zorn

    1/ Invocation                               (Zorn)                   7:06
    2/ Sex Magick                               (Zorn)                  13:13
    3/ Secret Rites Of The Left Hand Path       (Zorn)                   6:25
    4/ The Clavicle Of Solomon                  (Zorn)                   9:22
    5/ Lucifer Rising                           (Zorn)                   5:17
    6/ Leviathan                                (Zorn)                   3:13
    7/ Mysteries                                (Zorn)                   5:47

    Recorded at Frank Booth
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn; Cyro Baptista; Mike Patton; Bill Laswell; Jennifer Charles; Jamie
  Saft; Jim Pugliese; Greg Cohen; Rebecca Moore; Beth Hatton.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7338 (CD)
    2004 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), 000036 (bootleg CD)

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

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

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

    No recording information available
    Produced by John Zorn

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

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

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

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330 - YUN MU: Marco Cappelli

    ?/ The Book Of Heads (excerpt)              (John Zorn)
    ?/ Electric Counterpoint                    (Steve Reich)
    ?/ Yun Mu 2                                 (Yunhae Lee)
    ?/ Napoletap                                (Giorgio Tedde)
    ?/ La Fabrica                               (Claudio Lugo)

  Marco Cappelli: guitar.

    2002 - Teatro del Sole (Italy), 012007 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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331 - RUN PONY RUN: AN ESSENTIAL COLLECTION: The Golden Palominos

    1/ Boy (Go)                                 (Fier, Harris, Stipe)    5:27
    2/ Omaha                                    (Skip Spence)            3:08
    3/ The Animal Speaks                        (Robert Kidney)          4:04
    4/ (Kind Of) True                           (Fier, Harris, Straw)    4:44
    5/ Only One Party                           (Fier, Harris, Lindsay)  4:29
    6/ Wild River                               (Robert Kidney)          4:35
    7/ Shattered Image                          (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 5:23
    8/ Darklands                                (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 6:45
    9/ Over                                     (AF, Skopelitis, Kramer) 7:35
    10/ I've Been The One                       (Lowell George)          3:16
    11/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder      (Fier, Harris, Blegvad)  5:15
    12/ Faithless Heart                         (Fier, Harris, Dixon)    4:04
    13/ Brides Of Jesus                         (Payne, George)          3:27
    14/ Clean Plate                             (Fier, Lindsay)          6:26
    15/ Under The Cap                           (Fier, Lindsay)          5:32

    2002 - Fuel 2000 (USA), 302 061 205 2 (CD)

  See VISIONS OF EXCESS (1985) for further references on (1-5), A DEAD HORSE 
  (1989) for (6-9), BLAST OF SILENCE (1986) for (10-13), and THE GOLDEN 
  PALOMINOS (1983) on (14,15).                       

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332 - SCIENTIST AT WORK: Frank London 

    1/ Alef 					(London)		 6:34
    2/ Notreve 					(London)		 4:27
    3/ Golem Khosidl 				(London)		 7:49
    4/ Fela 					(London)		 4:35
    5/ Shabbos Bride 				(London)		 8:33
    6/ Imanu Malkheteynu 			(London)		 5:55
    7/ Pesakh Nign 				(London)		 7:49

    Recorded at K Studio, in May 1997, and at Frank Booth, Brooklyn in 2002
    Produced by Frank London

  Frank London; Thomas Chapin; Matt Darriau; Danny Blume; Dave Fiuczynski;
  Rufus Cappadocia; Pablo Aslan; Hearn Gadbois; Danny Sadownick; David Licht;
  Paul Parkins; Newman Baker; Cyro Baptista (1-4,6); Jennifer Charles (2); 
  Mark Feldman (3,7); Erik Friedlander (5); Jamie Saft (1,4); John Zorn (6).

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7167 (CD)

  Note: part of this record was available in 1999 on a self-produced CD.

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333 - FILMWORKS XI: UNDER THE WING: John Zorn

    1/ Yesoma                                   (Zorn)                   3:07
    2/ Shabbes Noir                             (Zorn)                   3:37
    3/ Tension                                  (Zorn)                   0:56
    4/ Hatzalah                                 (Zorn)                   4:44
    5/ Brachas                                  (Zorn)                   3:16
    6/ Chazal                                   (Zorn)                   1:03
    7/ Ba'adinot                                (Zorn)                   1:22
    8/ Drama                                    (Zorn)                   3:02
    9/ Yesoma                                   (Zorn)                   3:26
    10/ Darkly                                  (Zorn)                   1:40
    11/ Kavana                                  (Zorn)                   4:01
    12/ Trap, The                               (Zorn)                   2:14
    13/ Ba'adinot                               (Zorn)                   1:05
    14/ Armistice Swing                         (Zorn)                   4:18
    15/ Shabbes Noir                            (Zorn)                   3:00
    16/ Motzee                                  (Zorn)                   2:30
    17/ Interlude                               (Zorn)                   2:06
    18/ Yesoma                                  (Zorn)                   1:33
    19/ Ba'adinot                               (Zorn)                   2:28
    20/ Shabbes Noir                            (Zorn)                   2:11
    21/ Yesoma                                  (Zorn)                   2:35
              
    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (New York) in 2002
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Greg Cohen: bass; Vanesa Saft 
  (1,10): vocals; Jamie Saft (14): piano.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7339 (CD)

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334 - FILMWORKS XII: THREE DOCUMENTARIES: John Zorn

    1/ Vocal Phase 				(Zorn)			 3:49
    2/ The Lips At Sway 			(Zorn)			 5:07
    3/ The Well Tuned Harmonica 		(Zorn)			 1:35
    4/ Dance Piece 				(Zorn)			 2:10
    5/ Midnight Flight 				(Zorn)			 2:12
    6/ Chippy Charm 				(Zorn)			 1:35
    7/ Shaolin Spirit 				(Zorn)			 3:01
    8/ Bamboo Forest 				(Zorn)			 1:24
    9/ Shaolin Ulysses 				(Zorn)			 2:00
    10/ Shaolin Bossa 				(Zorn)			 3:16
    11/ Travelling West 			(Zorn)			 2:43
    12/ Temple Song 				(trad., arr. Zorn)	 2:25
    13/ Shaolin Family 				(Zorn)			 1:16
    14/ Nostalgia 				(Zorn)			 0:54
    15/ Shaolin Mambo 				(Zorn)			 2:57
    16/ Transition 				(Zorn)			 1:25
    17/ Shaolin Bossa (fast) 			(Zorn)			 2:22
    18/ Vegas 					(Zorn)			 1:03
    19/ Kung Fu Percussion 			(Zorn)			 1:50
    20/ Shaolin Spirit (duo) 			(Zorn)			 5:12
    21/ Shaolin Bossa Vibe 			(Zorn)			 1:54
    22/ Shaolin Dream 				(Zorn)			 1:43
    23/ Shaolin Ulysses (end titles) 		(Zorn)			 2:10
    24/ Family Found (vocal) 			(Zorn)			 2:33
    25/ Family Found (solo arco) 		(Zorn)			 1:09
    26/ Family Found (solo pizz) 		(Zorn)			 0:46
    27/ Family Found (cello) 			(Zorn)			 2:31

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (New York) in 2002
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn (1-6): organ, glass harmonica, Wurlitzer piano; Mark Feldman (1-
  6): violin; Jennifer Charles (1,24-27): voice; Jamie Saft (2): Wurlitzer 
  piano; Marc Ribot (7-23): guitar; Min Xiao-Fen (7-23): pipa; Trevor Dunn 
  (7-23): bass; Roberto Rodriguez (7-23): percussion; Cyro Baptista (7-23):
  percussion; Erik Friedlander (24-27): cello. 

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7340 (CD)
    2004 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), 000211 (bootleg CD)

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

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335 - FILMWORKS XIII: INVITATION TO A SUICIDE: John Zorn

  Soundtrack for Loren Marsh's movie "Invitation to a Suicide".

    1/ Invitation To A Suicide                  (Zorn)                   4:38
    2/ Musette Waltz                            (Zorn)                   4:21
    3/ Shifting Sands                           (Zorn)                   4:12
    4/ East Greenpoint Rundown                  (Zorn)                   4:08
    5/ Time Twist                               (Zorn)                   3:39
    6/ The Suicide Kid                          (Zorn)                   4:08
    7/ Billet Doux                              (Zorn)                   1:43
    8/ Suicide Blues Pt. 1                      (Zorn)                   4:15
    9/ Trance Dance                             (Zorn)                   3:13
    10/ Lonely Are The Dumb                     (Zorn)                   2:45
    11/ Moon Moods                              (Zorn)                   1:58
    12/ Bugsy's Jazztet                         (Zorn)                   2:12
    13/ Suicide Blues Pt. 2                     (Zorn)                   3:44
    14/ Roary's Waltz                           (Zorn)                   2:56
    15/ Getting Suicidal                        (Zorn)                   1:39
    16/ Final Retribution                       (Zorn)                   2:50
    17/ Aftermath                               (Zorn)                   3:09
    18/ Unjust Reward                           (Zorn)                   1:36

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (New York) in June 2002
    Produced by John Zorn

  Marc Ribot: guitar; Rob Burger: accordion; Erik Friedlander: cello; Trevor
  Dunn: bass; Kenny Wollesen: vibes, marimba, drums.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7341 (CD)
    2004 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), 000067 (bootleg CD)

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

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336 - CHILDREN OF ISRAEL: Daniel Zamir

    1/ Zemer                                    (M. Lavry)               5:04
    2/ M'Emek L'Giv'ah                          (N. Nardy)               3:57
    3/ Aley Giv'ah Bagalil                      (N. Nardy)               3:12
    4/ Ma Yafim Haleilot                        (anonymous)              5:47
    5/ Shir Sameach                             (M. Zeira)               6:18
    6/ Ma Omrot Einaich                         (M. Zeira)               4:46
    7/ Re'ach Tapuach Odem Shani                (N. Heiman)              4:17
    8/ Yesh Li Gan                              (trad, N. Nardy)         3:13
    9/ Shir Hashomer                            (B. Omer)                4:10
    10/ Poem 50                                 (Daniel Zamir)           3:40

    Recorded at Orange Music, New Jersey (USA) on June 5, 2002
    Produced by John Zorn and Bill Laswell

  Daniel Zamir: soprano, alto; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: bass; Kevin Zubek:
  drums; Marty Ehrlich: alto; Ned Rothenberg: alto; Paul Shapiro: tenor; Anat
  Cohen: tenor; Doug Wieselman: baritone saxophone; John Zorn: alto.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7169 (CD)
 
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337 - BEAT THE DONKEY: Cyro Baptista

    1/ Caranguejo Estrela Brilhante		(Baptista, Vasconcelos)	 4:43
    2/ Sapo And The Prince 			(Baptista)		 2:29
    3/ Cyrandeiro				(Baptista)		 4:22
    4/ Sweet Cuica				(Baptista, Ziv)	 	 2:15
    5/ Canto Da Ema				(Joao Do Vale)		 3:47
    6/ Parar De Fumar				(Baptista)		 4:19
    7/ Rio De Jakarta				(Baptista)		 5:09
    8/ Tapping The Stars			(Baptista)		 2:50
    9/ Anastacia				(Baptista, Scherer)	 2:37
    10/ Mr. Bugaloo				(Baptista)		 3:22
    11/ Ama					(Baptista)		 3:27
    12/ Funk I-Live At La Plaza/WGBH		(Baptista)		 6:01 

    Recorded at Avatar (New York City), Piano (Sao Paulo), Frank Booth 
    (Brooklyn), King Sound (New York City), Dancing Planet (New Jersey), KNOOP
    Studios (New Jersey), and WGBH Studios (Boston)
    Produced by Cyro Baptista and Eleonora Alberto

  Beat the Donkey (percussion, vocals): Cyro Baptista, Amir Ziv, Cabello 
  Rolim, Kristina Kanders, Max Pollack, Sabina Ciari, Tamango, Tim Keiper, 
  Tisza Coelho, Tomer Tzur, Viva De Concini, Ze Mauricio; Erik Friedlander 
  (1,9): electric cello, cello; Jamie Saft (1): synthesizer; Luciana Souza 
  (2): vocals; Romero Lubambo (2,11): guitars; Francisco Centeno (2): bass;
  Marc Ribot (3,5): guitars; Sergio Brandao (3,5,6): cavaquinho, bass, guitar,
  vocals; Anat Cohen (6): clarinet, vocals; Peter Scherer (9): synthesizer, 
  samples; Jorge Alabe (9,10): buckets, repique; John Zorn (10): alto; Kevin
  Briet (10): guitars; Toninho Ferragutti (10): accordion; Nilson Matta (11):
  bass; Vanessa Saft (11): vocals.
 
    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7608 (CD)
 
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338 - LIVE AT TONIC - VOLUME 1: 1999 TO 2002: various artists

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

  John Zorn plays on one track with Emergency:

    2/ Columbo                                  (Emergency)             14:05

    Recorded at Tonic, New York City on July 17, 2000

  John Zorn: alto; John Medeski: organ; Marc Ribot: guitar; Ben Perowsky:
  drums.

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

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339 - LIVE IN NAGOYA: TALISMAN: Painkiller

    1/ Batrachophrenoboocosmomachia 
    2/ Transport Of Sorcerers 
    3/ Ahamkara 

    Recorded live in Nagoya, Japan in 1994

  John Zorn: alto, vocals; Bill Laswell: bass; Mick Harris: drums, vocals.

    2002 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7342 (CD)

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340 - GENERATION NEW YORK - THE ORIGINAL US PUNKS: various artists

  This record features The Velvet Underground (1), Richard Hell & The Voidoids
  (2), The Ramones (3), The Stooges (4), Television (5), MC5 (6), Johnny 
  Thunders (7), John Cale (8), Nico (9), Dead Boys (10), The Dictators (11),
  Tuff Darts (12), Paley Brothers (13), Devo (14), John Zorn & Naked City 
  (15), Tom Verlaine (16), Laurie Anderson (17), Lou Reed (18).  

    15/ Punk China Doll				(John Zorn)

    Compilation produced by Makoto Nakamura

    2002 - WSW/WEA (Japan), WPCR-11328 (CD)

  See NAKED CITY (1990) for further references on (15).

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341 - ROAD RUNNER: Caudio Jacomucci

    Five Pieces (1973-1998)                     (Gyorgy Kurtag)          5:42
      1/ ...C'erano Due Fiori... 
      2/ Stubbunny
      3/ Dirge
      4/ Five Fingers Quarrel 
      5/ Merran's Dream
    6-7/ Feria IV (1997)                        (Franco Donatoni)        8:07
    8/ Sequenza XIII "Chanson" (1995)           (Luciano Berio)          9:07
    9/ Tango (1984-1996)                        (Luis De Pablo)          2:42
    10/ Vagabonde Blu (1998)                    (Salvatore Sciarrino)    7:48
    11/ Road Runner (1986)                      (John Zorn)              6:15

    Recording in June 2002 
    Produced by Claudio Jacomucci

  Caudio Jacomucci: accordion.

    2002 - Ema Records (Italy), Ema Vinci 40004 (CD)

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342 - MASADA GUITARS: John Zorn

    1/ Abidan                                   (Zorn)                   3:31
    2/ Kodashim                                 (Zorn)                   3:37
    3/ Hadasha                                  (Zorn)                   3:29
    4/ Bikkurim                                 (Zorn)                   3:00
    5/ Ravayah                                  (Zorn)                   4:01
    6/ Kivah                                    (Zorn)                   2:45
    7/ Katzatz                                  (Zorn)                   3:37
    8/ Kanah                                    (Zorn)                   3:27
    9/ Kedem                                    (Zorn)                   3:24
    10/ Kisofim                                 (Zorn)                   4:53
    11/ Sippur                                  (Zorn)                   2:48
    12/ Sansanah                                (Zorn)                   5:54
    13/ Elilah                                  (Zorn)                   1:45
    14/ Galgalim                                (Zorn)                   3:05
    15/ Kochot                                  (Zorn)                   4:32
    16/ Tzalim                                  (Zorn)                   3:11
    17/ Kedushah                                (Zorn)                   3:56
    18/ Shevet                                  (Zorn)                   2:21
    19/ Elilah                                  (Zorn)                   2:33
    20/ Avelut                                  (Zorn)                   4:05
    21/ Moshav                                  (Zorn)                   3:54

  Bill Frisell (1,4,7,10,14,17,20): guitar; Tim Sparks (2,5,8,11,15): guitar;
  Marc Ribot (3,6,9,12,13,16,18,19,21): guitar.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7171 (CD)

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

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

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

    Recorded between August 2002 and January 2003

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

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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344 - CHIMERAS: John Zorn

    1-12/ Chimeras I-XII                        (Zorn)                   33:44

    Recorded at Sunny Purchase, New York on January 3 & 4, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Ilana Davidson: voice; Tara O'Connor: piccolo, flute, alto flute, bass
  flute; Mike Lowenstern: clarinet, bass clarinet; Stephen Drury: piano,
  organ, celesta; Fred Sherry: cello; Jennifer Choi: violin; William Winant:
  percussion; Elizabeth Farnum (10,11): voice; Brad Lubman: conductor.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7085 (CD)
    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7085b (CD)

  Note: the original pressing was recalled because the booklet did not mention
  the presence of Stephen Drury!
  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.
  Note: the 2010 reissue has been resequenced, remastered and a brief, flee-
  ting newly recorded postlude has been added.

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345 - FILMWORKS XIV: HIDING AND SEEKING: John Zorn

    1/ Merkabah (vocal)                         (Zorn)                   6:23
    2/ Sekhel                                   (Zorn)                   4:38
    3/ Zhakor (vocal)                           (Zorn)                   3:43
    4/ Muflah                                   (Zorn)                   5:19
    5/ Abulafia                                 (Zorn)                   2:27
    6/ Abulafia (vocal)                         (Zorn)                   3:39
    7/ Chirik                                   (Zorn)                   4:26
    8/ Moadim                                   (Zorn)                   3:26
    9/ Zhakor                                   (Zorn)                   4:24
    10/ Sekhel (vocal)                          (Zorn)                   4:59
    11/ Adamah                                  (Zorn)                   4:27
    12/ Merkabah                                (Zorn)                   5:31

    Recorded at Franck Booth, Brooklyn (New York) in April 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Marc Ribot: guitar; Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone; Trevor Dunn: bass; Cyro
  Baptista: percussion; Ganda Suthivarakom (1,3,6,10): vocals.

    2003 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7343 (CD)
    2004 (?) - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), 000109 (bootleg CD)

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

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346 - THE UNKNOWN MASADA/VOLUME 3: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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

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

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347 - BUCK JAM TONIC: Buck Jam Tonic 

  Disc 1: Tokyo mix
    1/ Old Dragon                                                        4:53
    2/ Lobo                                                              7:18
    3/ Matagi                                                            5:39
    4/ Toccata for Coyote                                               10:20
    5/ Nu                                                                4:53
  Disc 2: NY mix
    1/ Tzu                                                              23:29
    2/ Second Sight                                                     28:37
    3/ Panepha                                                          15:39
  
    Recorded at Victor Aoyama Studios, Tokyo on December 6, 2002

  John Zorn: alto, soprano; Bill Laswell: bass; Tatsuya Nakamura: drums.

    2003 - Wild Disk/BJT (Japan), WDD-004/005 (2xCD)
   
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348 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME ONE: Masada String Trio

    1/ Tahah					(Zorn)			 7:53
    2/ Abidan					(Zorn)			 5:25
    3/ Lachish					(Zorn)			 3:30
    4/ Sippur					(Zorn)			 3:27
    5/ Malkut					(Zorn)			 5:03
    6/ Meholalot				(Zorn)			 6:30
    7/ Kedushah					(Zorn)			 8:32
    8/ Ner Tamid				(Zorn)			 3:37
    9/ Karet					(Zorn)			 4:13
    10/ Moshav					(Zorn)			 8:08
    11/ Khebar					(Zorn)			 6:50
  
    Recorded at Tonic, New York City in September 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Greg Cohen: bass; John Zorn:
  conductor.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5001 (CD)

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349 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME TWO: Milford Graves, John Zorn

    1/ Inserted Space                           (Graves, Zorn)           8:03
    2/ Looping Journeys                         (Graves, Zorn)           6:55
    3/ Calling In Proceed                       (Graves, Zorn)          11:15
    4/ Deep Within                              (Graves, Zorn)          10:46
    5/ Smooth Interaction                       (Graves, Zorn)           6:47
    6/ Talk                                     (Graves, Zorn)           2:52
    7/ Synchronicity                            (Graves, Zorn)           7:39

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 8, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Milford Graves: percussion; John Zorn: alto.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5002 (CD)

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350 - FAREWELL SHOWS - SEATTLE, WA: Zony Mash

  Disc 1:
    1/ FYI                                      (Horvitz)
    2/ Diggin Bones
    3/ Easy
    4/ Rotholz Caberet
    5/ Let's Get Mashed                         (Horvitz)
    6/ Smiles                                   (Horvitz)
    7/ Inference
    8/ The Last Song
    9/ Upper Egypt                              (Pharoah Sanders)
    10/ I'm Sorry                               (Timothy Young)
    11/ Sex Fiend                               (John Zorn)
  Disc 2:
    12/ Meet The Zony Mash                      (Horvitz)
    13/ Slide By                                (Horvitz)
    14/ Rip Off
    15/ Capricious Midnight                     (Horvitz)
    16/ Triggerfingers                          (John Zorn)
    17/ Prudence RSVP                           (Horvitz)
    18/ Brand Spankin New                       (Horvitz)
    19/ Spice Rack                              (Horvitz)

    Recorded live in Seattle, USA on December 12-13, 2003

  Wayne Horvitz: Be Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes; Tim Young: guitar; Keith
  Lowe: bass; Andy Roth: drums.

    2004 - Kufala (USA), KUF 0061 (2xCD)

  Note: the 2xCD set was accompanied by a sampler of the label artists.
  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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351 - IRVING STONE MEMORIAL CONCERT: various artists

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

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

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

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

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

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352 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME THREE: Locus Solus

    1/ Intro                                    (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    0:35
    2/ That Scene                               (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    1:23
    3/ Doll Moment                              (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    2:53
    4/ Unwritten Law                            (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    2:56
    5/ Ponce                                    (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    4:00
    6/ Come Yelling                             (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    1:51
    7/ On The Ropes                             (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    3:28
    8/ Klossowski                               (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    2:21
    9/ Pacing                                   (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    2:38
    10/ In Memory Of                            (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    2:39
    11/ Detroit For No Reason                   (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    1:18
    12/ This Year's Skirts                      (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    2:51
    13/ Want Those Boots                        (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    4:20
    14/ Trampoline At Dawn                      (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    1:13
    15/ Last Thing To Get Moist                 (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    4:59
    16/ Ceiling                                 (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    4:01
    17/ Doll Sport                              (Fier, Lindsay, Zorn)    1:25

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 10, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Arto Lindsay: vocals, guitar; John Zorn: alto; Anton Fier: drums.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5003 (CD)

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353 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME FOUR: John Zorn's Electric Masada

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

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

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

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5004 (CD)

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354 - MASADA RECITAL [MASADA 10 YEARS VOL 4]: Mark Feldman, Sylvie Courvoisier

    1/ Kanah                                    (John Zorn)              4:15
    2/ Socoh                                    (John Zorn)              3:46
    3/ Mahshav                                  (John Zorn)              5:39
    4/ Karet                                    (John Zorn)              2:05
    5/ Abidan                                   (John Zorn)              3:07
    6/ Malkut                                   (John Zorn)              2:15
    7/ Azekah                                   (John Zorn)              6:05
    8/ Nezikin                                  (John Zorn)              2:14
    9/ Karaim                                   (John Zorn)              8:55
    10/ Hath Arob                               (John Zorn)              2:12
    11/ Aravot                                  (John Zorn)              3:48
    12/ Mahlah                                  (John Zorn)              4:52

    Recorded at Hit Factory, New York City on February 17, 2004

  Mark Feldman: violin; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7190 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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355 - LA SCENA OLANDESE - MADE IN HOLLAND: various artists

  This audio companion to the June 2004 issue of the magazine MUSICA JAZZ
  features Leo Cuypers (1), Trio Braam-deJoode-Vatcher (2), John Zorn Quartet
  (3), Available Jelly (4), Willem Breuker Kollektief (5), Eric Vloeimans (6), 
  Theo Lovendie Quartet (7), Amsterdam String Trio (8), Sean Bergin's Mob (9),
  Ab Baars Trio (10), Misha Mengelberg Quartet (11), Corrie van Binsbergen 
  (12), ICP Orchestra (13), Fuhler-Bennink-deJoode (14), Maarten Altena Nonet
  (15).

    3/ Brozziman				(John Zorn)

    2004 - Musica Jazz (Italy), MJCD 1157 (magazine+CD)

  See OCTOBER MEETING 87 1 (1991) for further references on (3).

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356 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME FIVE: Fred Frith, John Zorn

    1/ Off Topic                                (Frith, Zorn)            7:29
    2/ Alecto                                   (Frith, Zorn)            3:57
    3/ Sowers Of Discord                        (Frith, Zorn)            3:55
    4/ Four Corners                             (Frith, Zorn)            8:14
    5/ Level Six Jumping                        (Frith, Zorn)            4:34
    6/ Cruel Abstraction                        (Frith, Zorn)            6:26
    7/ Eumenides Outside The Window             (Frith, Zorn)            6:55
    8/ Nine-Part Invention                      (Frith, Zorn)            4:37
    9/ Cord Trouble And Tuning                  (Frith, Zorn)            1:38
    10/ Astrologers And Magicians               (Frith, Zorn)            6:32

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 15, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Fred Frith: guitar; John Zorn: alto.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5005 (CD)

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357 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME SIX: Hemophiliac

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

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

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

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

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358 - CYBORG ACOUSTICS: Raz Mesinai

    Ghosts Of The Gulag                         (Mesinai)
      1/                                                                13:01
      2/                                                                 2:32
      3/                                                                 7:45
      4/                                                                 7:15
      5/                                                                 3:40
    6/ The Reanimator 1.0                       (Mesinai)                6:32
    7/ Ghosts Of The Gulag - Reprise            (Mesinai)                5:25    

    Produced by Mesinai

  Raz Mesinai: (1-6): sampler, objects, percussion, processed piano; Mark 
  Feldman (1-5,7): violin; Ralph Farris (1-5,7): violin; Eyvind Kang (1-5,7): 
  viola; Okkyung Lee (1-5,7): cello; Mark Dresser (1-5,7): bass; Tim Barnes 
  (1-6): drums, percussion, processed drums; John Zorn (6): alto; Shelley 
  Hirsch (6): processed voice.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8003 (CD)

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359 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME SEVEN: Masada

    1/ Karaim                                   (John Zorn)
    2/ Hath-Arob                                (John Zorn)
    3/ Sippur                                   (John Zorn)
    4/ Acharei Mot                              (John Zorn)
    5/ Kedushah                                 (John Zorn)
    6/ Ravayah                                  (John Zorn)
    7/ Piriam                                   (John Zorn)
    8/ Ashnah                                   (John Zorn)

    Recorded at Tonic, New York City in September 2003

  Dave Douglas: trumpet; John Zorn: alto; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5007 (CD+CD-R)

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360 - MAGICK: John Zorn

    Necronomicon (2003)                         (John Zorn)
      1/ Conjurations                                                    2:39
      2/ The Magus                                                       6:18
      3/ Thoughts Forms                                                  3:01
      4/ Incunabula                                                      7:07
      5/ Asmodeus                                                        2:50
    6/ Sortilege (2001)                         (John Zorn)              8:53

    Recorded at Hit Factory, New York City
    Produced by John Zorn

  Crowley String Quartet (1-5): Jennifer Choi (violin), Jesse Mills (violin),
  Richard O'Neill (viola), Fred Sherry: cello; Mike Lowenstern (6): bass cla-
  rinet; Tim Smith (6): bass clarinet.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8006 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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361 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME EIGHT: Wadada Leo Smith, Susi Ibarra,
  John Zorn

    1/ Meridian                                 (WLS,SI,JZ)              4:20
    2/ Rising Sign                              (WLS,SI,JZ)              7:01
    3/ Spirit Writing                           (WLS,SI,JZ)              6:10
    4/ By The Mark, Eight                       (WLS,SI,JZ)              7:06
    5/ Visitation                               (WLS,SI,JZ)              8:34
    6/ Ipsissimi                                (WLS,SI,JZ)             15:59
    7/ Ghost Writing                            (WLS,SI,JZ)             11:57
    8/ The Ascending Arc                        (WLS,SI,JZ)              8:03
    9/ Full Fathom Five                         (WLS,SI,JZ)              6:50

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 22, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet; Susie Ibarra: drums; John Zorn: alto.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5008 (CD)

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362 - MASADA LIVE AT TONIC 1999: Antonio Ferrara

    1/ Hath-Arob                                (Zorn)
    2/ Sippur                                   (Zorn)  
    3/ Jair                                     (Zorn)
    4/ Ne'eman                                  (Zorn)
    5/ Kedushah                                 (Zorn)
    6/ Beeroth                                  (Zorn)
    7/ Kochot                                   (Zorn)
    8/ Shechem                                  (Zorn)
    9/ Paran                                    (Zorn)

    Filmed during a live performance at Tonic, New York City during Summer 
    1999

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums;
  Antonio Ferrera: director.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3003 (DVD)

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363 - NANI NANI II: Yamataka Eye, John Zorn

    1/ Fuckxotica
    2/ Hilo Himo
    3/ Shiso Baba
    4/ UFOFF
    5/ Bar Time With Eno
    6/ Kiri Taki
    7/ 4AB
    8/ Fat Anarchy On Airtube
    9/ Espimo
    10/ Macabro Delicato

  Yamataka Eye: vocals, electronics, organ, banjo, steel guitar, electric Fan, 
  objects, percussion; John Zorn: alto, piano, tabla machine, Tibetan bells, 
  percussion.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7250 (CD)

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364 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME NINE - THE CLASSIC GUIDE TO STRATEGY
  VOLUME THREE: THE FIRE BOOK: John Zorn

    1/ The Fire Book: One                       (John Zorn)             16:00
    2/ The Fire Book: Two                       (John Zorn)              8:12
    3/ The Fire Book: Three                     (John Zorn)              3:28
    4/ The Fire Book: Four                      (John Zorn)              8:43
    5/ The Fire Book: Five                      (John Zorn)              7:19
   
    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City in September 2003

  John Zorn: alto.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5009 (CD)

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365 - LAKE BIWA: Wadada Leo Smith Creative Orchestra

    1/ Lake Biwa: A Fullmoon Purewater Gold (2000)
                                                (Wadada Leo Smith)      11:12
    2/ Sanai's Enclosed Garden Of The Truth (2003)
                                                (Wadada Leo Smith)      23:48
    3/ Diamonback Serpent In A House Full Of Water And Still Rising
       (2003)                                   (Wadada Leo Smith)      15:59
    4/ Africana World (2004)                    (Wadada Leo Smith)      18:31

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City
    Produced by Wadada Leo Smith

  Jennifer Choi: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; John Lindberg: bass; Wes
  Brown: bass; Marc Ribot: guitar; John Zorn: alto; Wadada Leo Smith: trumpet,
  conductor; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Anthony Coleman: piano; Yuko Fujiyama: piano;
  Craig Taborn: piano; Jamie Saft: piano; Gerald Cleaver: drums; Susie Ibarra:
  drums; Kwaku Kwaakye: drums.

    2004 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8008 (CD)

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366 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME TEN: Yamataka Eye/John Zorn duo

    1/ Postiviva                                (Eye, Zorn)              9:30
    2/ M.S.T.G.L. (Moneysextripgodlove)         (Eye, Zorn)              6:45
    3/ Big Muff Dive                            (Eye, Zorn)              8:28
    4/ Microwaveable Empty Highway              (Eye, Zorn)              5:13
    5/ Sun See Soon                             (Eye, Zorn, Frith)       9:21
    6/ Choronzone                               (Eye, Zorn)              5:04

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 15, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  Yamataka Eye: vocals, electronics; John Zorn: alto; Sawai Taeji: technician;
  Fred Frith (5): guitar.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5010 (CD)
    2005 - G. &P. Essential Music (Russia), ??? (bootleg CD)

  Note: this CD also contains a live video clip.
  Note: the Russian pressing is a bootleg.

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367 - RITUALS: John Zorn

    1/ I                                        (Zorn)			 4:48
    2/ II                                       (Zorn)			 7:45
    3/ III                                      (Zorn)			 4:21
    4/ IV                                       (Zorn)			 5:22
    5/ V                                        (Zorn)			 4:19

    Produced by John Zorn

  Jennifer Choi: violin; Stephen Drury: piano, harpsichord, celeste, organ;
  Brad Lubman: conductor; Tara O'Connor: flute, alto flute, piccolo; Jim 
  Pugliese: percussion, wind machines, water, bull roarers, gravedigging, 
  fishing reels, paper, bowls of BBs, bird calls; Fred Sherry: violincello;
  William Winant: percussion, etc; Heather Gardner: voice; Peter Kolkay: 
  bassoon, contrabassoon; Mike Lowenstern: clarinet, bass Clarinet, Eb clari-
  net; Kurt Muroki: bass; Jim Pugh: trombone.
    
    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8011 (CD)

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368 - FILMWORKS XV: John Zorn

    1/ Protocols Of Zion                        (Zorn)                   4:27
    2/ Searching For A Past                     (Zorn)                   5:22
    3/ Jew Watcher                              (Zorn)                   2:43
    4/ Mystery Of The Jew                       (Zorn)                   4:09
    5/ History Repeats Itself                   (Zorn)                   2:14
    6/ Arab And Jew                             (Zorn)                   5:57
    7/ Fighting Time                            (Zorn)                   5:02
    8/ Hollywood/Rikers                         (Zorn)                   2:36
    9/ Elders Of Zion                           (Zorn)                   5:26
    10/ A Dark Future                           (Zorn)                   4:31
    11/ Transition 1                            (Zorn)                   0:31
    12/ Transition 2                            (Zorn)                   0:17
    13/ Transition 3                            (Zorn)                   0:30
    14/ Transition 4                            (Zorn)                   0:25
    15/ Coda - The Metaphysics Of Anti-Semitism (Zorn)                   1:46

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (USA) in October 2004
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: electric pianos; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: bass, oud; Cyro
  Baptista: percussion.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7345 (CD)

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369 - NAKED CITY: THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS: Naked City

  This 5xCD set includes NAKED CITY (1990), HERETIC (1992), GRAND GUIGNOL 
  (1992), RADIO (1993), ABSINTHE (1993), TORTURE GARDEN (1994), and LENG TCH'E
  (1992).

  Disc 1: NAKED CITY
    1/ Batman
    2/ Sicilian Clan
    3/ You Will Be Shot
    4/ Latin Quarter
    5/ Shot In the Dark
    6/ Reanimator
    7/ Snagglepuss
    8/ I Want To Live
    9/ Lonely Woman
    10/ Igneous Ejaculation
    11/ Blood Duster
    12/ Hammerhead
    13/ Demon Sanctuary
    14/ Obeah Man
    15/ Ujaku
    16/ Fuck The Facts
    17/ Speedball
    18/ Chinatown
    19/ Punk China Doll
    20/ N.Y. Flat Top Box
    21/ Saigon Pickup
    22/ James Bond Theme
    23/ Den Of Sins
    24/ Contempt
    25/ Graveyard Shift
    26/ Inside Straight
  Disc 2: GRAND GUIGNOL
    27/ Grand Guignol
    28/ Blood Is Thin
    29/ Thrash Jazz Assassin
    30/ Dead Spot
    31/ Bonehead
    32/ Piledriver
    33/ Shangkuan Ling-Feng
    34/ Numbskull
    35/ Perfume Of A Critic's Burning Flesh
    34/ Jazz Snob Eat Shit
    37/ Prestidigitator
    38/ No Reason To Believe
    39/ Hellraiser
    40/ Torture Garden
    41/ Slan
    42/ Ways Of Pain
    43/ Noose
    44/ Sack Of Shit
    45/ Blunt Instrument
    46/ Osaka Bondage
    47/ Shallow Grave
    48/ Kaoru
    49/ Dead Dread
    50/ Billy Liar
    51/ Victims Of Torture
    52/ Speedfreaks
    53/ New Jersey Scum Swamp
    54/ S/M Sniper
    55/ Pigfucker
    56/ Cairo Chop Shop
    57/ Facelifter
    58/ Whiplash
    59/ Blade
    60/ Gob Of Spit
    61/ Cathédrale Engloutie
    62/ Douloureux, Dechirant
    63/ Tres Lent, Contemplatif
    64/ Allegro Drammatico
    65/ Prophetiae Sybillarum
    66/ Cage
    67/ Louange À L'Éternité De Jésus
    68/ Grand Guignol [Version Vocale]
  Disc 3: HERETIC
    69/ Main Titles
    70/ Sex Games
    71/ Brood
    72/ Sweat, Sperm + Blood
    73/ Vliet
    74/ Heretic 1
    75/ Submission
    76/ Heretic 2
    77/ Catacombs
    78/ Heretic 3
    79/ My Master, My Slave
    80/ Saint Jude
    81/ Conqueror Worm
    82/ Dominatrix 2B
    83/ Back Through The Looking Glass
    84/ Here Come The 7,000 Frogs
    85/ Slaughterhouse/Chase Sequence
    86/ Castle Keep
    87/ Mantra Of Resurrected Shit
    88/ Trypsicore
    89/ Fire And Ice (Club Scene)
    90/ Crosstalk
    91/ Copraphagist Rituals
    92/ Labyrinth
  Disc 4: RADIO
    93/ Asylum
    94/ Sunset Surfer
    95/ Party Girl
    96/ Outsider
    97/ Triggerfingers
    98/ Terkmani Teepee
    99/ Sex Fiend
    100/ Razorwire
    101/ Bitter And The Sweet
    102/ Krazy Kat
    103/ Vault
    104/ Metaltov
    105/ Poisonhead
    106/ Bone Orchard
    107/ I Die Screaming
    108/ Pistol Whipping
    109/ Skatekey
    110/ Shock Corridor
    111/ American Psycho
  Disc 5: ABSINTHE/LENG TCH'E
    112/ Val De Travers
    113/ Correspondance
    114/ Fée Verte
    115/ Fleurs Du Mal
    116/ Artemisia Absinthium
    117/ Notre Dame De l'Oubli
    118/ Verlaine, Pt. 1: Un MIDI Moins Dix
    119/ Verlaine, Pt. 2: La Bleue
    120/ ...Rend Fou
    121/ Leng Tch'e

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Frisell: guitar; Wayne Horvitz: keyboard; Fred Frith:
  bass; Joey Baron: drums; Yamataka Eye: vocals; Mike Patton: vocals.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7344-5 (5xCD)
    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7344-5 (5xCD)

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370 - SANHEDRIN: Masada

  Disc 1:
    1/ Piram                                    (John Zorn)
    2/ Lebaoth                                  (John Zorn)
    3/ Idalah Abal                              (John Zorn)
    4/ Midbar                                   (John Zorn)
    5/ Zelah                                    (John Zorn)
    6/ Katzatz                                  (John Zorn)
    7/ Abidan                                   (John Zorn)
    8/ Hekhal                                   (John Zorn)
    9/ Tannaim                                  (John Zorn)
    10/ Nefesh                                  (John Zorn)
    11/ Neshamah                                (John Zorn)
    12/ Lakom                                   (John Zorn)
    13/ Tiferet                                 (John Zorn)
    14/ Evel                                    (John Zorn)
  Disc 2:
    15/ Hath Arob                               (John Zorn)
    16/ Mahshav                                 (John Zorn)
    17/ Zemer                                   (John Zorn)
    18/ Ne'Eman                                 (John Zorn)
    19/ Meholalot                               (John Zorn)
    20/ Kochot                                  (John Zorn)
    21/ Jachin                                  (John Zorn)
    22/ Moshav                                  (John Zorn)
    23/ Acharei Mot                             (John Zorn)
    24/ Kilayim                                 (John Zorn)
    25/ Otiot                                   (John Zorn)
    26/ Nashim                                  (John Zorn)
    27/ Karet                                   (John Zorn)
    28/ Hashmal                                 (John Zorn)
    29/ Ruach                                   (John Zorn)

    (1-5) recorded on February 20, 1994
    (6-10) recorded on June 22, 1994
    (11-13) recorded on July 16-17, 1995
    (14-17) recorded on April 16, 1996
    (18) recorded on August 1, 1996
    (19-23) recorded on April 21, 1997
    (24-29) recorded on September 15, 1997
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7346-2 (2xCD)

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371 - FILMWORKS XVI: John Zorn

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

    Produced by John Zorn

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

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

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372 - ASTAROTH: BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 1: Jamie Saft Trio

    1/ Shalmiel                                 (John Zorn)              5:26
    2/ Ygal                                     (John Zorn)              3:09
    3/ Astaroth                                 (John Zorn)              6:10
    4/ Ezeqeel                                  (John Zorn)              4:21
    5/ Ariel                                    (John Zorn)              6:28
    6/ Sturiel                                  (John Zorn)              5:05
    7/ Baal-Peor                                (John Zorn)              7:10
    8/ Pursan                                   (John Zorn)              2:22    
    9/ Lela'hel                                 (John Zorn)              9:02
    10/ Beleth                                  (John Zorn)              5:59

    Recorded at Hit Factory, New York City on February 2, 2005
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jamie Saft: piano; Greg Cohen: bass; Ben Perowsky: drums.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7348 (CD)

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373 - JAZZ LIBERATION: various artists

  This audio companion to a special issue of the French newspaper LIBERATION
  ("Liberation raconte trois decennies de jazz") features Jac Berrocal & Vince
  Taylor (1), Andy Bey (2), Jayne Cortez (3), Tchangodei & Red (4), Jeanne Lee
  & Mal Waldron (5), Michael Leonhart (6), Steve Beresford/David Toop/John
  Zorn/Tonie Marshall (7), Kazuko Hohki (8), Madeleine Peyroux (9), Diana
  Krall (10), Compagnie Lubat De Gasconha (11), Charlie Haden (12).

    7/ Du Gris                                  (Benech, Dumont)         3:13

    2005 - Universal Music Projets Speciaux (France), 001 075-2 (CD)

  See DEADLY WEAPONS (1986) for further references on (7).

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374 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME ELEVEN: Bar Kokhba Sextet

  Disc 1:
    1/ Lilin                                    (Zorn)
    2/ Ner Tamid                                (Zorn)
    3/ Karet                                    (Zorn)
    4/ Yatzar                                   (Zorn)
    5/ Khebar                                   (Zorn)
    6/ Eitan                                    (Zorn)
    7/ Kivah                                    (Zorn)
    8/ Teli                                     (Zorn)
  Disc 2:
    9/ Khebar                                   (Zorn)
    10/ Lachish                                 (Zorn)
    11/ Kisofim                                 (Zorn)
    12/ Jachin                                  (Zorn)
    13/ Kochot                                  (Zorn)
    14/ Hazor                                   (Zorn)
    15/ Avelut                                  (Zorn)
    16/ Lilin                                   (Zorn)
  Disc 3:
    17/ Khebar                                  (Zorn)
    18/ Hadasha                                 (Zorn)
    19/ Hazor                                   (Zorn)
    20/ Eitan                                   (Zorn)
    21/ Karet                                   (Zorn)
    22/ Idalah Abal                             (Zorn)
    23/ Teli                                    (Zorn)
    24/ Avelut                                  (Zorn)
    25/ Bith Aneth                              (Zorn)

  John Zorn: conductor; Cyro Baptista: percussion; Joey Baron: drums; Greg
  Cohen: bass; Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Marc Ribot:
  guitar.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5011 (3xCD)

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375 - MASADA ROCK: RASHANIM PLAYS THE UNKNOWN MASADA: Rashanim

    1/ Bahir                                    (Zorn)
    2/ Shadrakh                                 (Zorn)
    3/ Arad                                     (Zorn)
    4/ Makom                                    (Zorn)
    5/ Zidon                                    (Zorn)
    6/ Gederah                                  (Zorn)
    7/ Chorek                                   (Zorn)
    8/ Ahavah                                   (Zorn)
    9/ Zemanim                                  (Zorn)
    10/ Anakim                                  (Zorn)
    11/ Terumah                                 (Zorn)

  Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: bass, oud; Jon Madof: guitar; Matthias Kunzli:
  drums, percussion; Marc Ribot (1,4): guitar.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8103 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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376 - PERMANENT RECORD: THE VERY BEST OF VIOLENT FEMMES: Violent Femmes

    1/ Gimme The Car                                                     5:05
    2/ Blister In The Sun                                                2:23
    3/ Gone Daddy Gone/I Just Want To Make Love To You                   3:05
    4/ Kiss Off                                                          2:53
    5/ Add It Up                                                         4:44
    6/ Black Girls                                                       5:41
    7/ Jesus Walking On The Water                                        3:05
    8/ Children Of The Revolution                                        4:17
    9/ I Held Her In My Arms                                             2:50
    10/ Nightmares                                                       3:31
    11/ American Music                                                   3:55
    12/ Breakin' Up                                                      3:59
    13/ Color Me Once                                                    4:10
    14/ I Danced                                                         2:12
    15/ Country Death Song (Live, 1998)                                  5:00
    16/ Freak Magnet                                                     2:35
    17/ [silence]                                                        0:05
    18/ [silence]                                                        0:05
    19/ [silence]                                                        0:05
    20/ Good Feeling                                                     4:35

    2005 - Slash/Rhino (USA), R2 78472 (CD)

  See HALLOWED GROUND (1984) for further references on (6).

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377 - SUBHARMONIC IN DUB: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Praxis (1,2,4,7,10), Automaton (3,11,15), Divination
  (5,8,9,13), Painkiller (6), Cypher 7 (12), Web (14), Death Cuke K (16).

  Disc 1:
    1/ Wake The Dead                            (Praxis)                 3:41
    2/ Warm Time Machine/Low End Transmission/Over The Foaming Deep
                                                (Praxis)                 4:07
    3/ Asiyah Dub (Blinding The Starry Yes Of God)
                                                (Automaton)             10:59
    4/ Cold Rolled/Iron Dub                     (Praxis)                 6:16
    5/ Agrippa                                  (Divination)             6:39
    6/ Morning Of Balachaturdai                 (Painkiller)            14:31
    7/ The Hook                                 (Praxis)                 6:12
    8/ Dream Light                              (Divination)             9:53
    9/ Divination One                           (Divination)             3:40
    10/ Inferno/Heatseeker/Exploded Heart       (Praxis)                 9:19
  Disc 2:
    11/ Astral Altar (The Getaway Of Legba)     (Automaton)             11:39
    12/ Dead Drop                               (Cypher 7)              17:29
    13/ Illuminoid Assassin                     (Divination)            15:59
    14/ Transfer Complete                       (Web)                   17:02
    15/ The Terran Invasion Of Alpha Centaurai Year 2794
                                                (Automaton)             11:20
    16/ Maggot Dream                            (Death Cube K)           5:04

    2005 - Collision (Germany), CCT 3001-2 (2xCD)

  See SACRIFIST (1993) for further references on (4,7), EXECUTION GROUND
  (1994) for (6).

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378 - HAVE YOU MET MISS BATES?: Rope

    ?/ Trinkle Tinkle                           (Thelonious Monk)
    ?/ Nefesh                                   (John Zorn)
    ?/ Hypochristmutreefuzz                     (Misha Mengelberg)
    ?/ Funcije                                  (Fabrizio Puglisi)
    ?/ Spanish Swat                             (Jelly Roll Morton)
    ?/ Dancers in Love                          (Duke Ellington)
    ?/ Beany                                    (Stefano Senni)
    ?/ Green Chimneys                           (Thelonious Monk)

  Fabrizio Puglisi; Stefano Senni; Zeno de Rossi.

    2005 (?) - El Gallo Rojo (Italy), 314 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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379 - THE CRACOW KLEZMER BAND PLAYS JOHN ZORN SANATORIUM UNDER THE SIGN OF
  THE HOURGLASS: A TRIBUTE TO BRUNO SCHULTZ: The Cracow Klezmer Band

    1/ Meshakh                                  (John Zorn)
    2/ Galgalim                                 (John Zorn)
    3/ Tirzah                                   (John Zorn)
    4/ Yesod                                    (John Zorn)
    5/ Pagiel                                   (John Zorn)
    6/ Adithaim                                 (John Zorn)
    7/ Hamadah                                  (John Zorn)
    8/ Regalim                                  (John Zorn)
    9/ Demai                                    (John Zorn)
    10/ Meholalot                               (John Zorn)

  Jaroslaw Bester: bayan; Oleg Dyyak: bayan, clarinet, percussion; Wojciech
  Front: bass; Jaroslaw Tyrala: violin; Grazyna Auguscik: vocals.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7349 (CD))

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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380 - 50TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION VOLUME TWELVE: Painkiller

    1/ Your Inviolable Freedoms			(Painkiller)		20:29
    2/ DPM					(Painkiller)		16:24
    3/ Prophethood Of Chaos			(Painkiller)		 6:23

    Recorded live at Tonic, New York City on September 6, 2003
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Bill Laswell: bass; Hamid Drake: drums; Mike Patton: vo-
  cals.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 5012 (CD)

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

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

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

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

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

  Ikue Mori: laptop.

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

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383 - MYSTERIUM: John Zorn

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

    Produced by John Zorn

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

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

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384 - AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS: Electric Masada

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

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

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

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

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385 - AZAZEL: BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 2: Masada String Trio

    1/ Tufiel 					(Zorn)			 6:22
    2/ Mibi 					(Zorn)			 1:53
    3/ Tabaet 					(Zorn)			 6:46
    4/ Symnay 					(Zorn)			 5:23
    5/ Mastema 					(Zorn)			 6:39
    6/ Bethor 					(Zorn)			 5:25
    7/ Uriel 					(Zorn)			 4:37
    8/ Gurid 					(Zorn)			 1:52
    9/ Gazriel 					(Zorn)			 4:04
    10/ Azazel 					(Zorn)			 5:26
    11/ Rssasiel 				(Zorn)			 2:36
    12/ Garzanal 				(Zorn)			 5:22
    13/ Ahiel 					(Zorn)			 3:47

    Recorded at Pilot Recording, New York City on June 14, 2005
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Greg Cohen: bass; John Zorn:
  conductor.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7351 (CD)

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386 - THE STONE: ISSUE ONE: various artists

    1/ Introduction
    2/ Interlude 1
    3/ Part One
    4/ Interlude 2
    5/ Part Two
    6/ Interlude 3
    7/ Postlude
    8/ Coda

  John Zorn; Dave Douglas; Mike Patton; Bill Laswell; Rob Burger; Ben
  Perowsky.

    2005 - Tzadik (USA), 0002 (limited edition CD)
    2005 - Tzadik (USA), 0002 (CD)

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387 - LE CHRONATOSCAPHE: various artists

  This 3xCD set features Jacques Thollot (1), Tony Hymas (1,17,45,54,58,70,76,
  80,86,102,106), Noël Akchoté (1,30,79), Claude Tchamitchian (1), Henry
  Lowther (1,76), Michael Lewis (3), Adam Linz (3), JT Bates (3), Violeta
  Ferrer (5,15,36,112), Tony Coe (5,19,28,36,40,53,54,58,84,92,94), François
  Tusques (5,36,112), Alan Hacker (7,38), Karen Evans (7), Lol Coxhill (9,21,
  25,28,30,36,53,68,94), Stan Greig (9), Günter Sommer (11), Ernst Ludwig
  Petrowsky (11), Ulrich Gumpert (11), Conrad Bauer (11), Michel Doneda (13,
  96), Hugh Burns (13,17), Laurence Cottle (13), Stuart Elliott (13,17),
  Raymond Boni (15,66), John Trudell (17), Jeff Beck (17), Denis Levaillant
  (19), Kenny Wheeler (19), Yves Robert (19), Barre Phillips (19), Pierre
  Favre (19), Pat Thomas (21,90), Jac Berrocal (23), Daunik Lazro (23), Sylvia
  Hallett (23), Pierre Bastien (23), Tony Marsh (23), Carol McGovern (23), The
  Recedents (25), Mike Cooper (25,30), Roger Turner (25), Joëlle Léandre (26),
  Irène Schweizer (26), The Melody Four (28,53,94), Steve Beresford (28,38,40,
  51,53,56,64,88,92,94,98), Yves Rochard (28), Hélène Labarrière (30,90),
  Erick Borelva (30,90), Louis Sclavis (32), François Mechali (34), Beb Guérin
  (34), Sylvain Kassap (36), David Toop (38,51,98), Kazuko Hohki (40,62,88),
  Jean Mereu (40), Cyril Lefebvre (40), Olly Blanchflower (40), Jean-Pierre
  Arnoux (40), Steve Argüelles (40), Jef Lee Johnson (43,72,80,86,104), Sonny
  Thompson (43,86), Michael Bland (43,86), Barney Bush (45,70,106), Evan
  Parker (45,106), Jean-François Pauvros (45,47,106), Jonathan Kane (45,70,
  106), Geraldine Barney (45,106), Stan Sulzman (47), Sabu Bhugobaun (47),
  Julian Fenton (47), Frank Ricotti (47), The Lonely Bears (49,110),  
  Alterations (51), Peter Cusack (51,62), Terry Day (51,64,66,92), Chris
  Laurence (54,58), Lis Perry (58), David Cox (58), British Summer Time Ends
  (60), Kahondo Style (62), Sianed Jones (62), Alan Tomlinson (62), Clive Bell
  (62), Stuart Jones (62), Steve Noble (62), Deb'bora (64,92), Max Eastley
  (66), Mike Adcock (68), Merle Tendoy (70), Hamid El Kasri (72), Chico Huff
  (72), Ted Thomas Jr (72), Denis Colin (74,82), Regis Huby (74), Didier Petit
  (74), Camel Zekri (74), Pablo Cueco (74), Sam Rivers (76), Nathalie Richard
  (78,90), François Corneloup (80), David King (80), Gwen Matthews (82), Ali
  Farka Toure (84), John Barclay (84), Al Downey (84), Stuart Brooks (84),
  Malcolm Griffiths (84), Michel Portal (86), Geoffroy de Masure (90), Tonie 
  Marshall (98), John Zorn (98), Arto Lindsay (100), Roli Mosiman (100), Clint
  Ruin (100), Lucy Hamilton (100), Eric Kamau Gravatt (102), Billy Peterson
  (102), Happy Apple (108), Un Drame Musical Instantané (111).

  John Zorn plays on one track with Steve Beresford, David Toop, and Tonie
  Marshall:

    98/ Tallulah                                                         3:16

    2005 - Nato (France), nato 574 (3xCD+book)

  See DEADLY WEAPONS (1986) for further references on (98).

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388 - MALPHAS: BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 3: Mark Feldman, Sylvie Courvoisier

    1/ Azriel 					(Zorn)			 4:12
    2/ Basus 					(Zorn)			 3:27
    3/ Rigal 					(Zorn)			 4:15
    4/ Kafziel 					(Zorn)			 4:23
    5/ Labariel 				(Zorn)			 6:20
    6/ Zethar 					(Zorn)			 1:44
    7/ Paschal 					(Zorn)			 5:21
    8/ Boel 					(Zorn)			 4:35
    9/ Sammael 					(Zorn)			 3:05
    10/ Padiel 					(Zorn)			 6:27
    11/ Sretil 					(Zorn)			 2:49

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on September 28, 2005
    Produced by John Zorn

  Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Mark Feldman: violon.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7354 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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389 - FILMWORKS XVII: NOTES ON MARIE MENKEN: John Zorn

    1/ Menken                                   (Zorn)                   5:27
    2/ Skull I                                  (Zorn)                   4:03
    3/ Glimpses                                 (Zorn)                   6:37
    4/ Mood Mondrian                            (Zorn) 			 4:31
    5/ Skull II                                 (Zorn)                   3:30
    6/ Gogogo                                   (Zorn)                   8:13
    7/ Moonplay                                 (Zorn)                   4:42
    8/ Skull III                                (Zorn)                   2:58
    9/ Tango Exotique                           (Zorn)                   5:35
    10/ Zenscapes                               (Zorn)                   1:07
    11/ Skull IV                                (Zorn)                   1:40
    12/ Arabesque                               (Zorn)                   5:09
    13/ Skull V                                 (Zorn)                   2:08
    14/ Bolex Dancing                           (Zorn)                   1:37

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (USA) on September 7, 2005
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jon Madof (1,3,4,6,7,9,10,12,14): guitar; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz (1,3,4,6,
  7,9,10,12,14): bass; Kenny Wollesen (1,3-7,9,10,12,14): drums, percussion;
  John Zorn (2,4-6,8,10-14): Wurlitzer piano, alto, bolex; Cyro Baptista (2,5,
  8,11,13): percussion.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7353 (CD)

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390 - HIGH DANGER VOLTAGE - INTRODUCTION TO ICTUS RECORDS' 30TH ANNIVERSARY 
  COLLECTION: Andrea Centazzo

    1/ Tao   					(Steve Lacy)		 4:56
    2/ Back To The Future   						 6:57
    3/ Bone (Tao 3)				(Steve Lacy)		 5:48
    4/ The Gipsy Part One						 8:03
    5/ Lost In The Mist							 6:57
    6/ The New Moon				(Steve Lacy)		 6:01
    7/ The Innsbruck Session						 5:13
    8/ Drop Two 							 4:16 
    9/ O Ce Biel Cisciel Da Udin 					 3:00 
    10/ Live In Woodstock 						 5:33 
    11/ NY Sextet Improvisation 					 4:00 
    12/ In Real Time #6 						 6:19 

    (1) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in November 1984
    (2) recorded live at Tonic, New York City in April 2005
    (3) recorded live in Udine, Italy on December 5, 1976
    (4) recorded at Ictus Studios, Bologna (Italy) in July 1983
    (5) recorded live at Alassio Jazz Festival, Alassio (Italy) on July 5, 
    1982
    (6) recorded live in Casarsa, Udine (Italy) on February 20, 1976
    (7) recorded at Krinzinger Gallery, Innsbruck (Austria) in January 1983
    (8) recorded at Centazzo Studio Moruzzo, Italy on April 3 & 4, 1997
    (9) recorded At Walden Studios, Carmel Highlands (USA) in December 1978
    (10) recorded live at Creative Music Studio, Woodstock (USA) in December
    1980 
    (11) recorded live at WKCR Radio Station, New York City on November 7, 
    1978
    (12) recorded live in Rome, Italy
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Andrea Centazzo: percussion, drum set, vocals, digital percussion, sampling;
  Steve Lacy (1,3,6): soprano, bird calls, pocket synthesizer; Anthony Coleman
  (2): piano; Marco Cappelli (2): guitars; Kent Carter (3): bass; Carlos 
  Zingaro (4,5): violin; Franz Koglmann (5,7): flugelhorn, trumpet; Gianluigi
  Trovesi (5): bass clarinet, alto; Radu Malfatti (5): trombone; Carlo Actis
  Dato (5): bass clarinet, baritone saxophone; Roberto Ottaviano (5): soprano; 
  Sauro D'Angelo (5): clarinet, alto; Roberto Manuzzi (5): soprano; Andrea 
  Anzola (5): French horn; Roberto Bartoli (5): bass; Stefano Ferri (5): bass; 
  Franco Feruglioi (5): bass; Bruno Cabassi (5): xylophone, percussion; 
  Gianpaolo Salbego (5): percussion; Guido (5): percussion; Lol Coxhill (7): 
  soprano; Derek Bailey (8): guitar; Rova Saxophone Quartet (9): Larry Ochs 
  (tenor, soprano), Jon Raskin (baritone saxophone, alto, soprano, clarinet),
  Bruce Ackley (clarinet, soprano), Andrew Voigt (alto, soprano, flute); Tom 
  Cora (10,11): cello; Polly Bradfield (11): violin; Eugene Chadbourne (11): 
  guitars; Toshinori Kondo (11): trumpet; John Zorn (11): reeds; Alvin Curran
  (12): synthesizer, piano, trumpet; Evan Parker (12): soprano, tenor.

    2006 - Ictus (USA), 140 (CD)

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391 - JEWISH STRING QUARTETS: various artists

  This record features string quartet compositions by Darius Milhaud (1-3),
  Abraham Wolf Binder (4-5), Ruth Schonthal (6-7), John Zorn (8), Sholom
  Secunda (9-12).

    1-3/ Etudes Sur Des Themes Liturgiques Du Comtat Venaissin (1973)
                                                (Darius Milhaud)
    4-5/ Two Hassidic Moods (1934)              (Abraham Wolf Binder)
    6-7/ String Quartet No. 3, In Memoriam Holocaust (1997)
                                                (Ruth Schonthal)
    8/ Kol Nidre (1996)                         (John Zorn)              6:20
    9-12/ String Quartet In C Minor (1945)      (Sholom Secunda)

  Juilliard String Quartet (1-3); Bochmann String Quartet (4-5,9-12); Bingham 
  String Quartet (6-7); Ilya Kaler (8): violin; Perrin Yang (8): violin; 
  George Taylor (8): viola; Steven Doane (8): cello.

    2006 - Naxos (USA), 8.559451 (CD)

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392 - ZUFLUCHT IN SHANGHAI: THE PORT OF LAST RESORT: John Zorn

  Movie by Joan Grossman and Paul Rosdy with soundtrack music by John Zorn. 

  Min Xiao-Fen: pipa; Marc Ribot: guitar; Anthony Coleman: piano; Mark 
  Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Greg Cohen: bass.

    2006 - Winter & Winter (Germany), 915004 (DVD) 

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393 - FILMWORKS XVIII: THE TREATMENT: John Zorn

    1/ The Treatment				(Zorn) 			 3:34
    2/ Romance 					(Zorn)			 5:09
    3/ Why Me? 					(Zorn)			 3:56
    4/ Family 					(Zorn)			 2:14
    5/ Marking Time 				(Zorn)			 4:52
    6/ Anxieties 				(Zorn)			 4:59
    7/ Freud's Rondo 				(Zorn)			 4:24
    8/ Totem and Taboo 				(Zorn)			 6:53
    9/ Rush Hour 				(Zorn)			 3:46
    10/ Bad Dreams 				(Zorn)			 1:18
    11/ Uncertainty 				(Zorn)			 6:23
    12/ Happy Ending 				(Zorn)			 2:44

    Recorded at Frank Booth, Brooklyn (New York) in November 2005
    Produced by John Zorn

  Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: bass; Rob Burger: accordion; Mark Feldman: violin;
  Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone; Marc Ribot: guitar.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7355 (CD)

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394 - OROBAS: BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 4: Koby Israelite

    1/ Rampel 					(John Zorn)		 6:31
    2/ Zafiel 					(John Zorn)		 4:41
    3/ Czgadi 					(John Zorn)		 5:17
    4/ Nisroc 					(John Zorn)		 4:56
    5/ Neyef 					(John Zorn)		 5:54
    6/ Khabiel 					(John Zorn)		 6:29
    7/ Chayo 					(John Zorn)		 6:28
    8/ Rachmiel 				(John Zorn)		 8:09

    Recorded in London, UK in November-December 2005
    Produced by Koby Israelite

  Sid Gauld: trumpet; Koby Israelite: drums, percussion, accordion, keyboards,
  guitar, bouzouki, Indian banjo, vocals, flute, bass, cajon; Yaron Stavi: 
  bass, vocals; Stewart Curtis: recorder, piccolo, clarinet.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7356 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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395 - THE CELLULOID COLLECTION: The Golden Palominos

  Disc 1:
    1/ Boy (Go)
    2/ Buenos Aires
    3/ Under The cap
    4/ The Animal Speaks
    5/ Two Sided Fist
    6/ Over
    7/ Clean Plate
    8/ Angel Of Death
    9/ Clustering Train
    10/ (Kind Of) True
    11/ A Letter Back
    12/ Faithless Heart 
  Disc 2:
    13/ The Animal Speaks 
    14/ Wild River 
    15/ Brides Of Jesus 
    16/ Darklands 
    17/ Only One Party 
    18/ I've Been The One 
    19/ ID 
    20/ Shattered Image 
    21/ The Push And The shove 
    22/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder 
    23/ Lucky 
    24/ Omaha 

    2006 - Atom (Germany), ATOM2043 (2xCD)

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396 - THE NEW YORK TAPES

    1/ First Environment For Sextet                                     13:23
    2/ NY Duo #1                                                         3:38
    3/ Second Environment For Sextet                                    24:55
    4/ NY Duo # 2                                                        5:32
    5/ NY Sextet Improvisation                                           4:04
    6/ NY Trio                                                           6:57

    Recorded live at WKCR Radio Station, New York City on November 7, 1978
    Produced by Andrea Centazzo

  Polly Bradfield: violin; Eugene Chadbourne: guitars; Tom Cora: cello;  
  Toshinori Kondo: trumpet; John Zorn: reeds; Andrea Centazzo: percussion.

    2006 - Ictus (USA), 127 (CD) 

  Note: this record is part of a 12xCD box set.

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397 - MOONCHILD: John Zorn

    1/ Hellfire 				(Zorn)			 4:07
    2/ Ghosts Of Thelema 			(Zorn)			 4:32
    3/ Abraxas 					(Zorn)			 3:13
    4/ Possession 				(Zorn)			 5:21
    5/ Caligula 				(Zorn)			 1:47
    6/ 616 					(Zorn)			 5:20
    7/ Equinox 					(Zorn)			 4:07
    8/ Moonchild 				(Zorn)			 6:51
    9/ Le Part Maudit 				(Zorn)			 2:49
    10/ The Summoning 				(Zorn)			 2:30
    11/ Sorceress 				(Zorn)			 4:37

    Produced by John Zorn

  Mike Patton: vocals; Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey Baron: drums. 

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7357 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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398 - BALAN: BOOK OF ANGELS VOL.5: The Cracow Klezmer Band

    1/ Zuriel 					(John Zorn)		 4:16
    2/ Suria 					(John Zorn)		 7:54
    3/ Lirael 					(John Zorn)		 6:04
    4/ Kadosh 					(John Zorn)		 2:41
    5/ Haniel 					(John Zorn)		 5:03
    6/ Jehoel 					(John Zorn)		 5:13
    7/ Asbeel 					(John Zorn)		 5:03
    8/ Aniel 					(John Zorn)		 3:48

    Recorded at Studio 2002, Krakow on February 13 and March 1, 2006
    Produced by The Cracow Klezmer Band

  Jaroslaw Bester: bayan; Oleg Dyyak: percussion; Wojciech Front: bass; 
  Jaroslaw Tyrala: violin; Jorgos Skolias: vocals; Ireneusz Socha: computer 
  instruments; DAFO String Quartet: Justyna Duda (violin), Danuta Augustyn 
  (violin), Aneta Dumanowska (viola), Anna Armatys (cello).

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7358 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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399 - ASTRONOME: John Zorn

  Act 1									14:32
    1/ A Secluded Clearing In The Woods         (John Zorn)
    2/ A Single Bed In A Small Room             (John Zorn)
    3/ The Innermost Chapel Of A Secret Temple  (John Zorn)
  Act 2									17:00
    4/ A Mediaeval Laboratory                   (John Zorn)
    5/ In the Magick Circle                     (John Zorn)
  Act 3									12:42
    6/ A Barren Plain At Midnight               (John Zorn)
    7/ An Unnamed Location                      (John Zorn)

    Produced by John Zorn

  Mike Patton: vocals; Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7359 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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400 - SURREALISTIC SWING: HISTORY OF THE MICROSCOPIC SEPTET, VOLUME TWO: The
  Microscopic Septet

  Disc 1:
    1/ Brooklyn In The Fifties 						 5:35
    2/ Baghdad Blues 				(Johnston)		 4:40
    3/ Crepuscule With Nellie			(Thelonious Monk) 	 5:13
    4/ In The Mission 							 7:36
    5/ March Of The Video Reptiles 		(Forrester)		 2:41
    6/ I Saw You In Utah (Idaho) 					 5:09
    7/ I Am The Police 							 3:58
    8/ By You, Do You Mean You Or Me? 					 6:57
    9/ Kelly Grows Up                           (Forrester)              5:57
    10/ Watching Television                     (Forrester)              0:55
  Disc 2:
    11/ Off Color 							 1:25
    12/ Come From Behind 						 3:57
    13/ Rocky's Heart 							 7:16
    14/ Infernal Garden Blues 						 5:16
    15/ Waltz Of The Recently Punished Catholic School Boys 		 3:46
    16/ Little Bobby 							 4:05
    17/ The Dream Detective 						 4:19
    18/ Lobster In The Limelight 					 6:19
    19/ The Visit 							 7:22
    20/ Fool's Errand 							 5:39
    21/ Dill Pickle Tango 						 2:59
    22/ One Room Too Far Away 						 9:14
    23/ You Know What You Know [#] 					 3:59
    24/ Fresh Air Theme (Gulf War) 		(Forrester)		 1:00
    25/ Fresh Air Theme (Happy Twin) 		(Forrester)		 0:56

    Produced by Phillip Johnston and Don Christensen

  Phillip Johnston: soprano; Joel Forrester: piano; Dave Hofstra: bass, tuba;
  Richard Dworkin: drums; David Sewelson: baritone saxophone; John Hagen: 
  tenor; John Zorn (9,10): alto; etc.

    2006 - Cuneiform (USA), Rune 238/239 (2xCD)

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401 - MOLOCH: BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 6: Uri Caine

    1/ Rimmon 					(John Zorn)		 4:46
    2/ Lomiel 					(John Zorn)		 3:55
    3/ Kebriel 					(John Zorn)		 4:30
    4/ Savliel 					(John Zorn)		 2:24
    5/ Tufrial 					(John Zorn)		 4:03
    6/ Jerazol 					(John Zorn)		 3:38
    7/ Harshiel 				(John Zorn)		 3:35
    8/ Lumah 					(John Zorn)		 3:11
    9/ Harviel 					(John Zorn)		 5:00
    10/ Segef 					(John Zorn)		 1:56
    11/ Sabriel 				(John Zorn)		 4:59
    12/ Shokad 					(John Zorn)		 2:56
    13/ Zophiel 				(John Zorn)		 5:01
    14/ Hayyoth 				(John Zorn)		 2:28
    15/ Nuriel 					(John Zorn)		 5:50
    16/ Ubaviel 				(John Zorn)		 5:17
    17/ Hadrial 				(John Zorn)		 4:42
    18/ Cassiel 				(John Zorn)		 2:37
    19/ Rimmon 					(John Zorn)		 6:14

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on September 6, 2006
    Produced by John Zorn

  Uri Caine: piano.

    2006 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7360 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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402 - THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS: The Golden Palominos

  Disc 1:
    1/ I've Been The One
    2/ Something Becomes Nothing
    3/ The Push And The Shove
    4/ (Something Else Is) Working Harder
    5/ Angels
    6/ Diamond
    7/ Faithless Heart
    8/ Work Was New
    9/ Strong, Simple Silences
    10/ Brides Of Jesus
  Disc 2:
    11/ Only One Party
    12/ Clustering Train
    13/ Omaha
    14/ The Animal Speaks
    15/ Silver Bullet
    16/ (Kind Of) True
    17/ Buenos Aires
    18/ Boy (Go)
  Disc 3:
    19/ Clean Plate
    20/ Hot Seat
    21/ Under The Cap
    22/ Monday Night
    23/ Cookout
    24/ I.D.
    25/ Two Sided Fist

    2006 (?) - Golden Stars (Netherlands), GSS 5407 (3xCD)

  Note: the titles of (11) and (18) are switched.

  See THE GOLDEN PALOMINOS (1983) for further references.

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403 - SABBATH IN PARADISE: Claudia Heuermann 

  This movie by Claudia Heurmann features Anthony Coleman, David Krakauer, 
  Frank London, Roy Nathanson, Andy Statman, John Zorn, Milchael Alpert, Marc
  Ribot.

    Produced by Claudia Heurmann

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3005 (DVD)

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404 - REMEMBRANCE: The Cracow Klezmer Band

    1/ Recollections Of The Past					15:05 
    2/ The Migration Of Souls 						 8:59
    3/ Memento Mori 				(John Zorn)		 5:54
    4/ The Tree Of Life 						 9:13
    5/ Klezmer Rhapsody 						 4:31
    6/ The Prayer 							 8:21
    7/ Awaiting 							 7:37
    8/ The Colours Of The Heavens 					 6:00
    9/ A Devilish Tale 							 3:27

  Jaroslaw Bester: bayan; Oleg Dyyak: bayan, clarinet, percussion; Wojciech
  Front: bass; Jaraslaw Tyrala: violin.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8116 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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405 - SIX LITANIES FOR HELIOGABALUS: John Zorn

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

    Produced by John Zorn

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

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

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406 - FOR THE MOMENT: Paul Brody

    1/ Warsaw 					(Brody)			 4:55
    2/ Too Low 					(Brody)			 6:06
    3/ Bartoki 					(Brody)			 4:27
    4/ Serendipity				(Brody)			 4:22 
    5/ Sit Down 				(Brody)			 3:32
    6/ Good-Bye For Jetzt 			(Brody)			 3:22
    7/ Dukovinia 				(Brody)			 4:05
    8/ For The Moment 				(Brody)			 3:17
    9/ Pure As A Teardrop 			(Brody)			 2:55
    10/ Guitar 					(Brody)			 4:10

    Recorded at Doc Studio, Berlin (Germany)
    Produced by Paul Brody

  Paul Brody: trumpet; Martin Lillich: bass; Eric Rosenthal: drums, percus-
  sion; Brandon Seabrook: banjo, guitar; Christian Dawid: clarinet, bass cla-
  rinet; Michael Alpert (9,10): voice; Frank London (2,8): alto horn; John 
  Zorn (8): alto; Elena Graupe (8): shakers; Louis Wilk-Brody (8): electronic
  keyboards. 
 
    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8118 (CD)
    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8118 (CD)

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407 - FROM SILENCE TO SORCERY: John Zorn

    Goetia (2002)                               (Zorn)
      1/ I                                                               0:57
      2/ II                                                              2:46
      3/ III                                                             1:07
      4/ IV                                                              1:42
      5/ V                                                               1:12
      6/ VI                                                              1:54
      7/ VII                                                             2:53
      8/ VIII                                                            1:20
    9/ Gris-Gris (2000)                         (Zorn)                   9:41
    10/ Shibboleth (1997)                       (Zorn)                  12:37

    Recorded at Avatar, Hit Factory, and Legacy Sound in 2005 and 2007
    Produced by John Zorn

  Jennifer Choi (1-8): violin; William Winant (9,10): drums, percussion; Lois
  Martin (10): viola; Fred Sherry (10): cello; Steve Drury (10): clavichord;
  Brad Lubman (10): conductor.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8035 (CD)

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408 - ASMODEUS: BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 7: Marc Ribot

    1/ Kalmiya                                  (Zorn)			 4:40
    2/ Yezriel                                  (Zorn)			 7:26
    3/ Kezef                                    (Zorn)			 2:32
    4/ Mufgar                                   (Zorn)			 2:58
    5/ Armaros                                  (Zorn)			 4:53
    6/ Cabriel                                  (Zorn)			 2:01
    7/ Zakun                                    (Zorn)			 3:39
    8/ Raziel                                   (Zorn)			 2:24
    9/ Dagiel                                   (Zorn)			 3:23
    10/ Sensenya                                (Zorn)			 4:37

    Recorded at Orange Studio, New Jersey (USA) on February 28 and March 1, 
    2007
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: conductor; Marc Ribot: guitar; Trevor Dunn: bass; Calvin Weston: 
  drums.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7362 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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409 - VOLAC: BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 8: Erik Friedlander

    1/ Harhazial                                (John Zorn)		 4:36
    2/ Rachsiel                                 (John Zorn)		 2:39
    3/ Zumiel                                   (John Zorn)		 1:39
    4/ Yeruel                                   (John Zorn)		 3:24
    5/ Sannul                                   (John Zorn)		 1:18
    6/ Haseha                                   (John Zorn)		 4:35
    7/ Kadal                                    (John Zorn)		 3:51
    8/ Ahaniel                                  (John Zorn)		 5:44
    9/ Ylrng                                    (John Zorn)		 1:37
    10/ Anahel                                  (John Zorn)		 4:18
    11/ Sidriel                                 (John Zorn)		 3:02
    12/ Zawar                                   (John Zorn)		 4:38

    Recorded at Legacy Sound 
    Produced by John Zorn

  Erik Friedlander: cello.

    2007 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7363 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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410 - INAMORATA: Method of Defiance

    1/ Ta'Wil 								 7:56
    2/ Humanoid 							 4:48
    3/ Hidden Killer 							 4:55
    4/ Amenta 								 6:48
    5/ Panepha 								 4:44
    6/ Babylon Decoder 							 5:20
    7/ Aibi Virus 							 6:41
    8/ Anti-Jazz Glitch 					  	 6:39
    9/ Black Water 							 4:28
    10/ Pattern Engine 							 4:56
    11/ Aether 								 5:13
    12/ Remains 							 6:28 

    Produced by Bill Laswell

  Bill Laswell; Submerged (1); Pharoah Sanders (1); Paradox (2,5); Toshinori
  Kondo (2,6); Buckethead (2,6); Bernie Worrell (2); Black Sun Empire (3); 
  Graham Haynes (3,9); Pete Cosey (3,4); D-Star (4); Byard Lancaster (4,9); 
  Herbie Hancock (5); Amit (6); SPL (7); John Zorn (7); Masada String Trio
  (7); Outrage (8); Craig Taborn (8); Fanu (9); Evil Intent (10); Dave Liebman
  (10); Karsh Kale (11); Nils Petter Molvaer (11); Corrupt Souls (12).

    2007 - Ohm Resistance (Canada), 5M OHM (CD)

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411 - NIGHT SONGS: various artists

  This record features Ursus Minor (1,5,8), Kazuko Hohki (2), Jef Lee Johnson 
  (3), Beresford/Zorn/Marshall/Toop (4), Denis Colin Trio (6) British Summer 
  Time Ends (7), Steve Beresford (9,11), Jac Berrocal (10), Fat Kid Wednesdays 
  (12).  Terry Day (13).

    4/ Tallulah                                 (SB, DT, TM, JZ)         3:20

    2007 - Nato (USA), HS10065 (CD)

  See DEADLY WEAPONS (1986) for further references on (4).

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412 - UPPER PLANETS: WSU

    ?/ Shilhim                                  (John Zorn)

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

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

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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413 - FILMWORKS XIX: DIMITRI GELLER'S THE RAIN HORSE: John Zorn

    1/ Tears Of Morning                         (Zorn)
    2/ The Stallion                             (Zorn)
    3/ Tree Of Life                             (Zorn)
    4/ Wedding Of Wild Horses                   (Zorn)
    5/ Forests In The Mist                      (Zorn)
    6/ Dance Exotique                           (Zorn)
    7/ Bird In The Mist                         (Zorn)
    8/ Parable Of Job                           (Zorn)
    9/ Encounter                                (Zorn)
    10/ The Rain Horse                          (Zorn)
    11/ End Credits                             (Zorn)

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on October 15, 2007
    Produced by John Zorn

  Greg Cohen: bass; Erik Friedlander: cello; Rob Burger: piano.

    2008 - Tzakid (USA), TZ 7365 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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414 - THE DREAMERS: John Zorn

    1/ Mow Mow 					(Zorn)			 3:04
    2/ Uluwati 					(Zorn)			 3:37
    3/ A Ride On Cottonfair 			(Zorn)			 4:21
    4/ Anulikwutsayl 				(Zorn)			 9:01
    5/ Toys 					(Zorn)			 2:43
    6/ Of Wonder And Certainty (for Lou Reed) 	(Zorn)			 4:29
    7/ Mystic Circles 				(Zorn)			 6:07
    8/ Nekashim 				(Zorn)			 3:56
    9/ Exodus 					(Zorn)			 7:01
    10/ Forbidden Tears 			(Zorn)			 3:07
    11/ Raksasa 				(Zorn)			 5:15

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City in September 2007
    Produced by John Zorn

  Marc Ribot: guitar; John Zorn: alto; Jamie Saft: keyboards; Kenny Wollesen:
  vibes; Trevor Dunn: bass; Cyro Baptista: percussion; Joey Baron: drums.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7366 (CD)

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415 - LUCIFER: BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 10: Bar Kokhba

    1/ Sother                                   (John Zorn)              5:58
    2/ Dalquiel                                 (John Zorn)              6:07
    3/ Zazel                                    (John Zorn)              3:21
    4/ Gediel                                   (John Zorn)              6:12
    5/ Rahal                                    (John Zorn)              3:48
    6/ Zechriel                                 (John Zorn)              7:53
    7/ Azbugah                                  (John Zorn)              3:01
    8/ Mehalalel                                (John Zorn)              9:54
    9/ Quelamia                                 (John Zorn)              4:58
    10/ Abdiel                                  (John Zorn)              3:25

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on December 9, 2007
    Produced by John Zorn

  Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Marc Ribot: guitar; Greg
  Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Cyro Baptista: percussion; John Zorn: con-
  ductor.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7367 (CD)

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416 - THE STONE: ISSUE 3 - LIVE THE STONE JANUARY 10TH, 2008: Lou Reed, Laurie
  Anderson, John Zorn

    1/ Part 1								22:40
    2/ Part 2								13:04
    3/ Part 3								12:37

    Recorded live at The Stone, New York City on January 10, 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Laurie Anderson: violin, electronics; Lou Reed: guitar.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), 0004 LTDED (CD)

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417 - XAPHAN: BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 9: Secret Chiefs 3 

    1/ Sheburiel				(John Zorn)		 5:44 
    2/ Akramachamrei 				(John Zorn)		 5:46
    3/ Shoel 					(John Zorn)		 6:18
    4/ Barakiel 				(John Zorn)		 5:49
    5/ Bezriel 					(John Zorn)		 4:37
    6/ Kemuel 					(John Zorn)		 4:23
    7/ Labbiel 					(John Zorn)		 4:23
    8/ Asron 					(John Zorn)		 3:32
    9/ Balberith 				(John Zorn)		 6:31
    10/ Omael 					(John Zorn)		 3:57
    11/ Hamaya 					(John Zorn)		 4:28

    Produced by Trey Spruance

  Anonymous 13: voice, viola; Rich Doucette: sarangi; Shahzad Ismaily: bass;
  Jai Young Kim: B3 organ; Jason Schimmel: guitar; Monica Schley: harp; Ches
  Smith: drums, congas; Tim Smolens: cello, bass; Trey Spruance: baritone gui-
  tar, electric guitar, organ, percussion, synthesizer, autoharp, piano, bass;
  Adam Stacey: clavinet; Timb Harris: violin, trumpet.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7364 (CD with defect)
    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7364 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.
  Note: due to a defect in the design, the release of the record got delayed;
  nevetherless, copies with the defective design were shipped to some distri-
  butors.

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418 - THE ART OF MEMORY II: Fred Frith, John Zorn

    1/ The Heaven 				(Frith, Zorn) 		17:36
    2/ The Wood 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 4:42
    3/ The Standard 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 8:46
    4/ The Wheel 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:43
    5/ The Painter 				(Frith, Zorn) 		20:20 

    (1,5) recorded live at P.A.S.S., New York City on January 25, 1983
    (2-4) recorded live at Roulette, New York City on July 27-28, 1985 

  Fred Frith: home-made instruments, voice, Casio monophonic keyboard; John
  Zorn: alto, mouthpieces, duck-calls.

    2008 - Fred Records/ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR/FRA 6 (CD)

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419 - ZAEBOS: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME VOLUME 11: Medeski, Martin and Wood

    1/ Zagzagel 				(John Zorn)		 5:24
    2/ Sefrial 					(John Zorn)		 4:47
    3/ Agmatia 					(John Zorn)		 5:22
    4/ Rifion 					(John Zorn)		 4:26
    5/ Chafriel 				(John Zorn)		 7:21
    6/ Ahaij 					(John Zorn)		 3:40
    7/ Asaliah 					(John Zorn)		 4:43
    8/ Vianuel 					(John Zorn)		 3:33
    9/ Jeduthun 				(John Zorn)		 3:03	
    10/ Malach Ha-Sopher 			(John Zorn)		 6:50
    11/ Tutrusa’i				(John Zorn) 		 5:09

    Recorded at Shackston Studio, New York in January and March 2008
    Produced by Medeski, Martin and Wood

  John Medeski: keyboards; Chris Wood: bass; Billy Martin: drums. 

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7368 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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420 - FILMWORKS XX: SHOLEM ALEICHEM: John Zorn

    1/ Shalom, Sholem!				(Zorn) 			 2:11
    2/ Luminous Visions 			(Zorn)			 4:11
    3/ Mamme Loshen 				(Zorn)			 3:18
    4/ Beyond The Pale 				(Zorn)			 2:25
    5/ Mekubolim 				(Zorn)			 4:37
    6/ Portable Homeland 			(Zorn)			 4:05
    7/ Wandering Star 				(Zorn)			 3:17
    8/ Jewish Revolutionaries 			(Zorn)			 4:59
    9/ Shtetls 					(Zorn)			 3:02
    10/ Lucky Me, I’m An Orphan! 		(Zorn)			 3:45
    11/ Nicht Gefaehrlich 			(Zorn)			 3:42
    12/ Talking Through Oblivion 		(Zorn)			 4:46

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City in May 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  Rob Burger: accordion; Greg Cohen: bass; Carol Emmanuel: harp; Mark Feldman:
  violin; Erik Friedlander: cello.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7369 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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421 - FILMWORKS XXI: BELLE DE NATURE/THE NEW RIJKSMUSEUM: John Zorn

    1/ Masque En Sole				(Zorn)			 5:10
    2/ Un Rose 					(Zorn)			 2:06
    3/ L’Air Et Les Songes 			(Zorn)			 2:39
    4/ Fouet D'Epines 				(Zorn)			 5:08
    5/ Elle Vient 				(Zorn)			 3:52
    6/ Orties Cuisantes 			(Zorn)			 4:31
    7/ Belle De Nature 				(Zorn)			 4:52
    8/ Storage 					(Zorn)			 2:09
    9/ Conservation 				(Zorn)			 3:57
    10/ Rendering 				(Zorn)			 4:21
    11/ Meeting 				(Zorn)			 3:02
    12/ Restoration 				(Zorn)			 1:35
    13/ Construction 				(Zorn)			 3:18
    14/ Architecture 				(Zorn)			 4:19
    15/ Design 					(Zorn)			 1:55
    16/ Planning 				(Zorn)			 3:07
    17/ Completion 				(Zorn)			 4:18

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City in June & July 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  Cyro Baptista: percussion; Uri Caine: harpsichord, piano; Carol Emanuel: 
  harp; Marc Ribot: guitar; Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone, chimes, percussion; 
  John Zorn: harpsichord, glass percussion; Shanir Blumenkranz: bass. 

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7370 (CD)

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422 - FILMWORKS XXII: THE LAST SUPPER: John Zorn

    1/ Somnambulisme 
    2/ Opening Invocation 
    3/ Virgin Sacrifice 
    4/ Vespers 
    5/ Spiral 
    6/ The Last Supper 
    7/ The Colors Of Blood 
    8/ Sexaltation 
    9/ Dance For The Vernal Equinox 
    10/ Tarot 
    11/ Time Travel 
    12/ Le Diable 
    13/ Exhaltation 
    14/ Futur Primitif 
    15/ Blood Ritual 
    16/ In Alium 

  Cyro Baptista: percussion; Lisa Bielawa: voice; John Zorn: percussion; Caleb
  Burhans: voice; Martha Cluver: voice; Abby Fischer: voice; Kirsten Sollek: 
  voice. 

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7371 (CD)

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423 - WORLDWIDE METAL: various artists

  This 5xCD+DVD set features Brutal Truth, Napal Death, Godflesh, Massacre, 
  Old, Painkiller, etc.

  This 5xCD+DVD set features Deicide (1), Hate Eternal (2), Morbid Angel (3),
  Terrorizer (4), Clutch (5), Municipal Waste (6), Bonded By Blood (7), 
  Violator (8), Sleep (9), Coalesce (10), Brutal Truth (11), Order of Ennead
  (12), Oceano (13), Adema (14), Garden of Shadows (15), Napalm Death (16), 
  Carcass (17), Akercocke (18), Evile (19), SSS (20), Gama Bomb (21), 
  Hellbastard (22), Iron Monkey (23), Biomechanical (24), Bolt Thrower (25), 
  Cathedral (26), Extreme Noise Terror (27), Unseen Terror (28), Ignominious
  Incarceration (29), The Boy Will Drown (30), Narcosis (31), Narcosis (32), 
  Narcosis (33), Godflesh (34), Dub War (35), At the Gates (36), The Haunted
  (37), Entombed (38), Cult of Luna (39), Misery Loves Co (40), Mortiis (41),
  Blood Red Throne (42), Anata (43), Insision (44), Exmortem (45), Cadaver Inc
  (46), Corporation 187 (47), Filthy Christians (48), Carnage (49), Deathwitch
  (50), Wolverine (51), Gandalf (52), Farmakon (53), Dawn of Relic (54), 
  Massacre (55), Nocturnus (56), Confessor (57), December (58), Society 1 
  (59), Spazztic Blurr (60), OLD (61), Usurper (62), The Chasm (63), With 
  Passion (64), Painkiller (65), Meathook Seed (66), Anal Cunt (67-69), 
  December Wolves (70), Shortie (71), Vader (72), Decapitated (73), Severe 
  Torture (74), Linea 77 (75), Ephel Duath (76), Nox (77), Lost Soul (78), Blo
  Torch (79), Rabies Caste (80), Rakoth (81), The Elysian Fields (82), Forest
  Stream (83), Without Face (84), Addiction Crew (85).

  Disc 1: USA 1
  Disc 2: UK
  Disc 3: Scandinavia
  Disc 4: USA 2
    65/ Purgatory of Fiery Vulvas		(Painkiller)
  Disc 5: Europe

    2008 - Earache (EEC), MOSH369CD (5xCD+DVD)

  Note: the DVD contains a video game called "Earache Extreme Metal Racing."

  See GUTS OF A VIRGIN (1991) for further references on (65).

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424 - THE CRUCIBLE: John Zorn

    1/ Almadel 					(Zorn)			 7:10
    2/ Shapeshifting 				(Zorn)			 3:20
    3/ Maleficia 				(Zorn)			 8:14
    4/ 9x9 					(Zorn)			 5:37
    5/ Hobgoblin 				(Zorn)			 2:54
    6/ Incubi 					(Zorn)			 7:44
    7/ Witchfinder 				(Zorn)			 3:48
    8/ Initiate 				(Zorn)			 5:42

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City in July and September 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  John Zorn: alto; Mike Patton: vocals; Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey Baron: drums;
  Marc Ribot (4): guitar.

    2008 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7372 (CD)

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425 - THE UNLISTENABLE YEARS: Toy Killers

    1/ I'm Embarrassed To Be An American Girl				 0:40
    2/ Sex Carp								 1:57
    3/ 24 Handkerchiefs For Roger Trilling				 3:56
    4/ Smoky Raindrops							 1:44
    5/ Green Dolphin Sweet						 1:21
    6/ Corrugated Gems Of Woe						 1:59
    7/ Scabby								 1:33
    8/ Bleed For The Mind						 1:39
    9/ Shaken Not Stirred						 1:08
    10/ Dance Of The Were-Samurai					 1:44
    11/ Teen Sex Carp							 0:37
    12/ Where Do We Get The $ To Save Our Children?			 3:19
    13/ Death Certificate - 14 Dollars					 3:21
    14/ Citymulch							 3:54
    15/ Away With Pests							 4:19
    16/ The Devil May Be Your Santa Claus (studio)			 3:03
    17/ Devil May Be Your Santa Claus (live)				 2:28
    18/ Victimless Crime						 2:18
    19/ Improvisation 1							13:32	
    20/ Improvisation 2							 3:32
    21/ Improvisation 3							 1:39
    22/ Improvisation 4							 1:41
    23/ Improvisation 5							 1:32
    24/ Improvisation 6							 3:09
    25/ Improvisation 7							 1:29

    (1) recorded at Studio Henry, New York City on July 18, 1980
    (2,11,12) recorded at The Kitchen, New York City on December 30, 1982
    (3,15,16) recorded at OAO Studio, Brooklyn 
    (4-9) recorded at Morton St., New York
    (10) recorded at Danceteria on November 16, 1982
    (13,14) recorded at ZU Space, New York on March 25, 1983
    (17,18) recorded at White Columns Gallery, New York City on May 7, 1983
    (19) recorded at Morton St., New York on April 30, 1982
    (20) recorded at Morton St., New York on January 30, 1981
    (21-25) recorded at Soundscape, New York City on April 18, 1980 

  M.E. Miller: drums, vocals, bass, turntables, cocktail shakers, incendia-
  ries; Charles K Noyes (1-8,10-25): drums, saw, percussion; Aline Lilly Mayer
  (1): vocals; Thi-Linh Le (2,10-18): guitar, vocals; Nicky Skopelitis (3,5,
  16): guitar; Arto Lindsay (2,10-12,17,18): guitar, vocals; Bill Laswell 
  (4-6,8,16): bass; Elliott Sharp (6,8): guitar, bass; Wayne Horvitz (20): 
  keyboards; John Zorn (8,19): alto, game calls; Pe de Boi Samba Group (9):
  percussion; Michael Beinhorn (3,16): Fender Rhodes Chroma; Paul Burwell 
  (19): drums, percussion, incendiaries. 

    2008 - ugExplode (USA), ug27 (CD)

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426 - LUMINESCENCE: Borah Bergman Trio

    1/ Quantum					(Bergman) 		 8:00
    2/ Candela 					(Bergman)		 4:03
    3/ Parallax 				(Bergman)		 8:24
    4/ Scattering 				(Bergman)		 7:40
    5/ Luma 					(Bergman)		 9:46
    6/ Opacity 					(Bergman)		 8:11

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on September 30, 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  Borah Bergman: piano; Greg Cohen: bass; Kenny Wollesen: drums; John Zorn:
  alto.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8131 (CD)

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427 - FILMWORKS XXIII: EL GENERAL: John Zorn

    1/ Los Cristeros 				(Zorn)			 4:26
    2/ El General 				(Zorn)			 4:56
    3/ Besos De Sangre 				(Zorn)			 7:25
    4/ Maximato 				(Zorn)			 2:51
    5/ Soviet Mexico 				(Zorn)			 3:42
    6/ Lagrimas Para Ti 			(Zorn)			 2:58
    7/ Mala Suerte 				(Zorn)			 5:44
    8/ Exilio 					(Zorn)			 3:21
    9/ Recuerdos 				(Zorn)			 2:58
    10/ Besos De Sangre				(Zorn)			 5:45
    11/ Exactamente Eso 			(Zorn)			 5:29

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City in October 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  Rob Burger: piano, accordion; Greg Cohen: bass; Marc Ribot (1-9,11): gui-
  tars; Kenny Wollesen: bass marimba, vibraphone, drums.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7373 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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428 - ERETZ HAKODESH: Pissuk Rachav

    1/ Jesus Christ The Nazarene Runs In The Streets Of Tel Aviv Shouting 
      Allah Hu Akbar: Invocation 
    2/ Allenby Vagina Street 
    3/ Holy Bond 
    4/ A Feeling Divine 
    5/ Taqism 
    6/ Song Of Love 
    7/ End Of Thought 
    8/ The Great Shofar 
    9/ Jerusalem 
    10/ Blessing 
    11/ Sweet Death Of Roses 
    12/ The Holy Land 

  Yaron Allouche: synthesizer, Hammond, Theremin, harmonium, camera flash, 
  vibraslap; Ariel Armoni: drums; Jeremy Fogel: vocals, clarinet; Erez Frank:
  bass, ukelele; Noa Rimer: vocals, yellow rubber duck; Saar Yachin: flutes;
  Ravid Zigdon: marimba, ritual instruments; Marc Ribot: guitar; John Zorn:
  alto; Itamar Greenberg: congas, vocals; Aviad Zigdon: didgeridoo. 

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8139 (CD)

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429 - ALHAMBRA LOVE SONGS: John Zorn

    1/ Mountain View 				(Zorn)			 5:08
    2/ Novato					(Zorn) 			 3:49
    3/ Pacifica 				(Zorn)			 5:16
    4/ Benicia 					(Zorn)			 4:26
    5/ Half Moon Bay 				(Zorn)			 4:39
    6/ Moraga 					(Zorn)			 3:50
    7/ Tamalpais 				(Zorn)			 4:07
    8/ Larkspur 				(Zorn)			 3:39
    9/ Alhambra Blues 				(Zorn)			 4:23
    10/ Miramar 				(Zorn)			 1:23
    11/ Tiburon 				(Zorn)			 5:18

    Recorded on October 27, 2008
    Produced by John Zorn

  Rob Burger: piano; Greg Cohen: bass; Ben Perowsky: drums.

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7374 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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430 - STOLAS: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 12: Masada Quintet

    1/ Haamiah 					(Zorn)			 4:20
    2/ Rikbiel					(Zorn) 			 5:47
    3/ Psisya 					(Zorn)			 8:26
    4/ Sartael 					(Zorn)			 4:50
    5/ Tashriel 				(Zorn)			 4:03
    6/ Rahtiel 					(Zorn)			 7:56
    7/ Tagriel 					(Zorn)			13:30
    8/ Serakel 					(Zorn)			 5:06
    9/ Rigal 					(Zorn)			 8:59

    Recorded at Avatar Studios, New York City on February 22, 2009
    Produced by John Zorn

  Joe Lovano: tenor; John Zorn: alto; Dave Douglas: trumpet; Uri Caine: piano;
  Greg Cohen: bass; Joey Baron: drums. 

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7375 (CD)

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431 - O'O: John Zorn

    1/ Miller's Crake 				(Zorn)			 4:18
    2/ Akialoa					(Zorn) 			 4:47
    3/ Po'o'uli 				(Zorn)			 5:41
    4/ Little Bittern 				(Zorn)			 6:30
    5/ Mysterious Starling 			(Zorn)			 4:32
    6/ Laughing Owl 				(Zorn)			 4:44
    7/ Archaeopteryx 				(Zorn)			 5:06
    8/ Solitaire 				(Zorn)			 2:11
    9/ Piopio 					(Zorn)			 5:13
    10/ The Zapata Rail 			(Zorn)			 2:53
    11/ Kakawahie 				(Zorn)			 4:14
    12/ Magdalena 				(Zorn)			 5:07

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on February 8 & 9, 2009
    Produced by John Zorn

  Cyro Baptista: percussion; Joey Baron: drums; Trevor Dunn: bass; Marc Ribot:
  guitar; Jamie Saft: piano, organ; Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone. 

    2009 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7376 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on it.

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432 - DIFFERENT WORLDS: ARTE Quartett

    1/ Chintro					(Sascha Armbruster)
    2/ Moos-Ruef 				(Sommer)
    3/ Dreams of a Dying City 			(Rabih Abou-Khalil)
    4/ Arabian Waltz 				(Rabhi Abou-Khalil)
    5/ Tiferet					(John Zorn) 
    6/ Nevalah 					(John Zorn)
    7/ Mahshav 					(John Zorn)
    8/ Mikreh 					(John Zorn)
    9/ Indian Trail 				(Kappeler, Terry Riley)
    10/ L’Hioba					(trad.) 
    11/ Schönster Abendstern			(trad.)

  ARTE Quartett: Beat Hofstetter (soprano), Sascha Armbruster (alto), Andrea 
  Formenti (tenor), Beat Kappeler (baritone saxophone).

    2009 - Enja/Marsyas (Germany), 1804 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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433 - THE DUCKS PALACE: The Duck Baker Project

    1/ Improv 1
    2/ Improv 2
    3/ The Blues
    4/ Improv 4
    5/ Improv 5
    6/ Improv 6
    7/ Pavement Blues

    (1,5) recorded at the Knitting Factory, New York City in 1993
    (2,4,6) recorded in London, UK in 2002
    (3) recorded at the Outpost, Albuquerque (USA) in 2004
    (7) recorded at Tonic, New York City in 2002

  Duck Baker: guitar; Cyro Baptista (1,5): percussion; John Zorn (1,5): alto;
  Derek Bailey (2,4,6): guitar; Roswell Rudd (3,7): trombone. 

    2009 - Incus (UK), CD59 (CD)

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434 - FEMINA: John Zorn

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

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

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

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

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

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435 - MYCALE: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 13: Mycale

    1/ Uzziel 					(Zorn)			 3:10
    2/ Ahaha 					(Zorn)			 2:54
    3/ El El 					(Zorn)			 2:20
    4/ Tehom 					(Zorn)			 2:27
    5/ Moloch 					(Zorn)			 2:32
    6/ Balam 					(Zorn)			 3:13
    7/ Melech 					(Zorn)			 2:48
    8/ Tarshish 				(Zorn)			 4:01
    9/ Asaph 					(Zorn)			 3:19
    10/ Rumiel 					(Zorn)			 2:56
    11/ Natiel 					(Zorn)			 4:11

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York City on October 1, 2, & 5, 2009

  Basya Schecter: vocals; Ayelet Rose Gottlieb: vocals; Malika Zarra: vocals;
  Sofia Rei Koutsovitis: vocals.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7378 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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436 - IN SEARCH OF THE MIRACULOUS: John Zorn

    1/ Prelude: From A Great Temple 		(Zorn)			 4:15
    2/ Sacred Dance (Invocation) 		(Zorn)			 4:47
    3/ The Book Of Shadows 			(Zorn)			 5:14
    4/ Affirmation 				(Zorn)			 5:05
    5/ The Magus 				(Zorn)			 9:08
    6/ Hymn For A New Millennium 		(Zorn)			 5:31
    7/ Journey Of The Magicians 		(Zorn)			 4:03
    8/ Mythic Etude 				(Zorn)			 7:27
    9/ Postlude: Prayers And Enchantment 	(Zorn)			 5:58

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City in September & October 2009
    Produced by John Zorn

  Alhambra Trio: Rob Burger (piano, organ), Greg Cohen (bass), Ben Perowsky
  (drums); Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone; Carol Emmanuel: harp; Shanir 
  Blumenkranz: bass. 

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7379 (CD)

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437 - IPOS: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 14: The Dreamers

    1/ Tirtael 					(Zorn)
    2/ Hashul					(Zorn) 
    3/ Galizur 					(Zorn)
    4/ Oriel 					(Zorn)
    5/ Zavebe 					(Zorn)
    6/ Qalbam 					(Zorn)
    7/ Hagai 					(Zorn)
    8/ Zortek 					(Zorn)
    9/ Ezriel 					(Zorn)
    10/ Kutiel 					(Zorn)

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York City in October 2009

  Marc Ribot: guitar; Jamie Saft: keyboards; Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone; 
  Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey Baron: drums; Cyro Baptista: percussion. 

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7380 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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438 - VIAJANDO HACIA ADELANTE Y HACIA ATRAS EN EL TIEMPO CON EL LOCO DOCTOR 
  CHAD: 30 YEARS OF RARITIES: Eugene Chadbourne

  Eugene Chadbourne; John Zorn; Shockabilly; Violent Femmes; Red Clay 
  Ramblers; Camper van Beethoven; Sun City Girls; ZU; Paul Lovens; Han 
  Bennink; NoahJohn; Leonid Soybelman; Pat Thomas; Alex Ward; Jimmy Carl 
  Black; David Moss; Jon Rose; Andrea Centazzo; etc.

    2010 - Diogenes (Mexico), ??? (2xCD)

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439 - LATE WORKS: John Zorn, Fred Frith

    1/ Foetid Ceremony 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:33
    2/ Mosquito Slats 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 2:08
    3/ Horse Rehab 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:42
    4/ Legend Of The Small 			(Frith, Zorn) 		 2:16
    5/ Baffled Hats 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 3:19
    6/ Movement Of Harried Angels 		(Frith, Zorn) 		 7:29
    7/ The Fourth Mind 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 9:40
    8/ Creature Comforts 			(Frith, Zorn) 		 3:11
    9/ Slow Lattice 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:57
    10/ Ankle Time 				(Frith, Zorn) 		 5:02

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City on October 16, 2009
    Produced by John Zorn and Fred Frith

  Fred Frith: guitar; John Zorn: alto.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7634 (CD)

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440 - BAAL: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 15: Ben Goldberg Quartet

    1/ Chachmiel 				(John Zorn)		 7:21
    2/ Asimor 					(John Zorn)		 4:27
    3/ Irin 					(John Zorn)		 4:32
    4/ Pharzuph 				(John Zorn)		 7:18
    5/ Lahash 					(John Zorn)		 2:52
    6/ Reqel 					(John Zorn)		 7:17
    7/ 'Ifafi 					(John Zorn)		 5:09
    8/ Uzza 					(John Zorn)		 3:10
    9/ Poteh 					(John Zorn)		 5:55

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York City on September 12 & 13, 2009

  Ben Goldberg: clarinet; Jamie Saft: piano; Greg Cohen: bass; Kenny Wollesen:
  drums. 

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7381 (CD)

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441 - DICTÉE/LIBER NOVUS: John Zorn

    1/ Dictée					(Zorn)
    2/ Liber Novus				(Zorn)

  Sylvie Courvoisier: piano, French narration; Okkyung Lee: cello, Korean nar-
  ration; John Medeski: organ; Ned Rothenberg: shakuhachi, bass flute, clari-
  net; David Slusser: sound effects; Kenny Wollesen: vibes, percussion, wolle-
  sonics; John Zorn: Foley effects, samples, German narration; Stephen 
  Gosling: piano.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7382 (CD)

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442 - HOMELAND: Laurie Anderson

    1/ Transitory Life 						 	 6:52
    2/ My Right Eye 							 5:01
    3/ Thinking Of You 							 4:12
    4/ Strange Perfumes 						 4:46
    5/ Only An Expert 							 7:26
    6/ Falling 								 3:19
    7/ Another Day In America 						11:24
    8/ Bodies In Motion 						 7:10
    9/ Dark Time In The Revolution 					 5:14
    10/ The Lake 							 5:39
    11/ The Beginning Of Memory 					 2:45
    12/ Flow 								 2:15

    Produced by Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, and Roma Baran

  Laurie Anderson: vocals, keyboards, percussion, violin, radio; Eyvind Kang
  (1-7,9,10): viola; Peter Scherer (1,2,4,5,10,11): keyboards; Igor Koshkendey
  (1): igil; Mongoun-Ool Ondar (1): igil; Aidysmaa Koshkendey (1,11): vocals;
  Rob Burger (2-5,8-10): keyboards, orchestron, accordion, marxophone; Lou 
  Reed (2,5): percussion, guitar; Antony (4,7): vocals; Shahzad Ismaily (4):
  percussion; Omar Hakim (5): drums; Kieran Hebden (5): keyboards; Ben Witman
  (7): percussion, drums; Skuli Sverrisson (7-9): bass, guitar; John Zorn (8,
  11): alto; Lolabelle (8): piano; Joey Baron (9): drums; Mario McNulty (11):
  percussion.

    2010 - Nonesuch (USA), 524055 (CD+DVD)

  Note: the DVD features two movies by Braden King: "Homeland: The Story of
  the Lark" and "Laurie's Violin".

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443 - THE GODDESS -- MUSIC FOR THE ANCIENT OF DAYS: John Zorn

    1/ Enchantress 				(Zorn)
    2/ Ishtar 					(Zorn)
    3/ Heptameron 				(Zorn)
    4/ White Magick 				(Zorn)
    5/ Drawing Down The Moon 			(Zorn)
    6/ Beyond The Infinite 			(Zorn)
    7/ Ode To Delphi 				(Zorn)

  Rob Burger: piano; Trevor Dunn: bass; Carol Emanuel: harp; Ben Perowsky: 
  drums; Kenny Wollesen: vibes; Marc Ribot: guitar. 

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7383 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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444 - HABORYM: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 16: Masada String Trio

    1/ Turel 					(Zorn)
    2/ Tychagara 				(Zorn)
    3/ Carniel 					(Zorn)
    4/ Bat Qol 					(Zorn)
    5/ Gamrial 					(Zorn)
    6/ Elimiel 					(Zorn)
    7/ Techial 					(Zorn)
    8/ Umikol 					(Zorn)
    9/ Malkiel 					(Zorn)
    10/ Raamiel 				(Zorn)
    11/ Gergot 					(Zorn)

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York City in March 2010

  Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello; Greg Cohen: bass.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7384 (CD)

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445 - ASTRONOME: A NIGHT AT THE OPERA: John Zorn, Richard Foreman

  Directed by Henry Hills.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 3010 (DVD)

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446 - FILMWORKS XXIV - THE NOBEL PRIZEWINNER: John Zorn

    1/ The Nobel Prize Winner 			(Zorn)
    2/ Writer's Block (Ilse's Theme)		(Zorn) 
    3/ The Depraved City 			(Zorn)
    4/ Annabel 					(Zorn)
    5/ Our In-House Dostoevsky 			(Zorn)
    6/ The Search 				(Zorn)
    7/ Dénouement 				(Zorn)
    8/ Door To Door				(Zorn) 
    9/ Suicidal Tendency 			(Zorn)
    10/ Fyodor And Annabel 			(Zorn)
    11/ Plagiarism 				(Zorn)
    12/ Moral And Immoral (take 1) 		(Zorn)
    13/ Ghost Of A Guilty Conscience 		(Zorn)
    14/ Joachim West 				(Zorn)
    15/ Moral And Immoral (take 2) 		(Zorn)

  Rob Burger: piano; Trevor Dunn: bass; Kenny Wollesen: drums, vibraphone.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7385 (CD)

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447 - IPSISSIMUS: John Zorn

    1/ Seven Sigils 				(Zorn)			 6:39
    2/ The Book Of Los 				(Zorn)			 8:21
    3/ Apparitions I 				(Zorn)			 3:45
    4/ Supplicant 				(Zorn)			 5:33
    5/ Tabula Smaragdina 			(Zorn)			 6:12
    6/ Apparitions II 				(Zorn)			 4:10
    7/ The Changeling 				(Zorn)			 6:32
    8/ Warlock 					(Zorn)			 4:57
    9/ Apparitions III				(Zorn) 			 3:10

    Recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City in February and July, 2010

  Marc Ribot: guitar; John Zorn: alto, piano; Mike Patton: vocals; Trevor 
  Dunn: bass; Joey Baron: drums.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7386 (CD)

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448 - WHAT THOU WILT: John Zorn

    1/ Contes De Fées				(Zorn)
    2/ . ? .					(Zorn)
    3/ 777 (Nothing Is True, Everything Is Permitted)
 						(Zorn)

  Stephanie Nussbaum (1): violin; Tanglewood Orchestra (1); Ryan McAdams (1):
  conductor; Stephen Drury (2): piano; Erik Friedlander (3): cello; Fred
  Sherry (3): cello; Mike Nicolas (3): cello; etc. 

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8076 (CD)

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449 - INTERZONE: John Zorn

    1/ Interzone				(Zorn)

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

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

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450 - THE DREAMERS: THE GENTLE SIDE: John Zorn

  John Zorn; Marc Ribot; Jamie Saft; Kenny Wollesen; Trevor Dunn; Joey Baron;
  Cyro Baptista.

    2010 - Tzadik (USA), 6001 (LP)

  Note: this is limited edition picture disc LP.

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451 - KOL NIDRE 8 VISIONS: various artists

  This record features versions of Kol Nidre by Serge Kaufmann (1), 
  Jean-François Zygel (2), John Zorn (3), Samuel David (4), Max Bruch (5), 
  Nicolas Bacri (6-9), Graciane Finzi (10), Itaï Daniel (11).

    3/ Kol Nidre (1996)				(John Zorn)		 5:48

  Quatuor Enesco (3).

    2011 - Buda Musique (France), 860202 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this CD.

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452 - RHAPSODIC MUSINGS: 21ST CENTURY WORKS FOR SOLO VIOLIN: Jennifer Koh

  This record features compositions by Esa-Pekka Salonen (1), Elliott Carter
  (2-5), Augusta Read Thomas (6), John Zorn (7-14).

    1/ Lachen Verlernt (2002) 			(Esa-Pekka Salonen) 	 9:43 
    Four Lauds 					(Elliott Carter)
      2/ Statement - Remembering Aaron (1999) 				 3:59
      3/ Riconoscenza Per Goffredo Petrassi (1984) 			 5:10
      4/ Rhapsodic Musings (2000) 					 3:05
      5/ Fantasy (1999) 						 5:00
    6/ Pulsar (2003) 				(Augusta Read Thomas) 	 5:33
    Goetia (2002)				(John Zorn)
      7/ I								 1:24
      8/ II 								 3:13
      9/ III 								 1:15
      10/ IV 								 2:35
      11/ V 								 1:44
      12/ VI 								 2:56
      13/ VII 								 3:45
      14/ VIII 								 1:52

    (1,6) recorded at the Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City on June 1
    & 2, 2008
    (2-5) recorded at the Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City on Janua-
    ry 5, 2009
    (7-14) recorded at the Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City on March
    30, 2009

    Produced by Judith Sherman 

  Jennifer Koh: violin.

    2011 (?) - Cedille Records (USA), CDR 90000 113 (CD)

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453 - CAYM: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 17: Banquet of the Spirits

    1/ Chamiel 					(Zorn)			 4:27
    2/ Matafiel 				(Zorn)			 5:22
    3/ Briel 					(Zorn)			 4:19
    4/ Zaphaniah 				(Zorn)			 3:53
    5/ Tzar Tak 				(Zorn)			 3:45
    6/ Flaef 					(Zorn)			 2:05
    7/ Hutriel 					(Zorn)			 4:27
    8/ Yeqon 					(Zorn)			 4:55
    9/ Yahel 					(Zorn)			 2:26
    10/ Tahariel 				(Zorn)			 4:47
    11/ Natiel 					(Zorn)			 4:00
    12/ Phaleg 					(Zorn)			 4:07

    Recorded at Bennett Studios and Out Of My Mind Studios, New Jersey (USA)
    Produced by Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz

  Cyro Baptista: percussion, vocals; Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: oud, bass, gim-
  bri, vocals; Tim Keiper: drum set, percussion, kamel ngoni, vocals; Brian
  Marsella: piano, harpsichord, pump organ, vocals.

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7388 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.
  
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454 - UNLIMITED 23: various artists

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

    1/ Wels Operations 1-3			(John Zorn)

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

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

    2011 - PanRec (Germany), PANDVD04P (DVD)

  Note: John Zorn does not appear on this DVD.

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455 - NOVA EXPRESS: John Zorn

    1/ Chemical Garden 				(Zorn)			 3:44
    2/ Port Of Saints 				(Zorn)			 5:21
    3/ Rain Flowers 				(Zorn)			 4:41
    4/ The Outer Half 				(Zorn)			 3:50
    5/ Dead Fingers Talk 			(Zorn)			 2:20
    6/ The Ticket That Exploded 		(Zorn)			 4:03
    7/ Blue Veil 				(Zorn)			 7:21
    8/ IC 2118 					(Zorn)			 7:37
    9/ Lost Words				(Zorn) 			 2:20
    10/ Between Two Worlds 			(Zorn)			 5:02

    Recorded at EastSide Studio, New York City in October 2010

  John Medeski: piano; Kenny Wollesen: vibes; Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey Baron:
  drums.
 
    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7389 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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456 - THE SATYR'S PLAY - CERBERUS: John Zorn

    1/ The Satyr's Play				(Zorn)
    2/ Cerberus					(Zorn)

    Recorded at East Side Sound, New York City in January and April 2010

  Cyro Baptista (1): percussion; Kenny Wollesen (1): percussion; Peter Evans
  (2): trumpet; David Taylor (2): bass trombone; Marcus Rojas (2): tuba.

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7390 (CD)

  Note: this record is available in three formats:

    - regular edition
    - limited edition of 666 copies, signed and numbered by John Zorn (only
      available through Downtown Music Gallery (NYC) and Fields Books (San 
      Francisco))
    - deluxe limited book edition of 66 copies, signed and numbered by John 
      Zorn (only available through Tzadik)

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457 - THE RECEIVING SURFACES: Rova : Zorn

    1/ Arc Fuse 1 & Helicoid
    2/ Saddle Scroll Song & Arc Fuse 2 

    Recorded live at Yoshi's, San Francisco (USA) in August 2010

  Rova-John Zorn sax quintet: Bruce Ackley (soprano), Steve Adams (alto, so-
  pranino), Larry Ochs (tenor), Jon Raskin (baritone saxophone), John Zorn
  (alto).

    2011 - Rova:Arts/Metalanguage (USA), 2011 (LP)

  Note: limited edition of 300 copies only.

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458 - ENIGMATA: John Zorn

    1/ Enigma One 				(Zorn)
    2/ Enigma Two 				(Zorn)
    3/ Enigma Three 				(Zorn)
    4/ Enigma Four 				(Zorn)
    5/ Enigma Five 				(Zorn)
    6/ Enigma Six 				(Zorn)
    7/ Enigma Seven 				(Zorn)
    8/ Enigma Eight 				(Zorn)
    9/ Enigma Nine 				(Zorn)
    10/ Enigma Ten 				(Zorn)
    11/ Enigma Eleven 				(Zorn)
    12/ Enigma Twelve 				(Zorn)

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York in March 2010

  Marc Ribot: guitar; Trevor Dunn: bass.

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7391 (CD)

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459 - AT THE GATES OF PARADISE: John Zorn

  John Medeski: piano, organ; Kenny Wollesen: vibes; Trevor Dunn: bass; Joey
  Baron: drums.

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7392 (CD)

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460 - A DREAMERS CHRISTMAS: John Zorn

    1/ Winter Wonderland 			(Zorn)
    2/ Snowfall					(Zorn) 
    3/ Christmas Time Is Here 			(Zorn)
    4/ Santa’s Workshop 			(Zorn)
    5/ Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas 	(Zorn)
    6/ Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 	(Zorn)
    7/ Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 		(Zorn)
    8/ Magical Sleigh Ride 			(Zorn)
    9/ The Christmas Song 			(Zorn)

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York City in March 2011

  Mike Patton: vocals; Marc Ribot: guitars; Jamie Saft: keyboards; Trevor 
  Dunn: basses; Joey Baron: drums; Kenny Wollesen: vibes, chimes, glocken-
  spiel; Cyro Baptista: percussion. 

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7393 (CD)
    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 6002 (LP)

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461 - THE CHRISTMAS SONG/SANTA'S WORKSHOP: John Zorn

    1/ The Christmas Song 			(Zorn)
    2/ Santa's Workshop 			(Zorn)

  Mike Patton: vocals; Marc Ribot: guitars; Jamie Saft: keyboards; Trevor 
  Dunn: basses; Joey Baron: drums; Kenny Wollesen: vibes, chimes, glocken-
  spiel; Cyro Baptista: percussion. 

    2011 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 6003 (7")

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462 - MOUNT ANALOGUE: John Zorn

    1/ Mount Analogue				(John Zorn)		38:21

    Recorded at EastSide Sound, New York on June 13-15, 201?

  Banquet of the Spirits: Cyro Baptista (percussion, vocals), Shanir Ezra 
  Blumenkranz (bass, Oud, gimbri, vocals), Tim Keiper (calabash, drums, per-
  cussion, vocals), Brian Marsella (piano, organ, vocals); Kenny Wollesen:
  vibraphone, chimes, vocals.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7394 (CD)

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463 - THE GNOSTIC PRELUDES: John Zorn

    1/ Prelude 1: The Middle Pillar 		(Zorn)			 6:39
    2/ Prelude 2: The Book Of Pleasure 		(Zorn)			 6:06
    3/ Prelude 3: Prelude Of Light 		(Zorn)			 5:56
    4/ Prelude 4: Diatesseron 			(Zorn)			 4:35
    5/ Prelude 5: Music Of The Spheres 		(Zorn)			 8:14
    6/ Prelude 6: Circumambulation 		(Zorn)			 6:34
    7/ Prelude 7: Sign And Sigil 		(Zorn)			 6:22
    8/ Prelude 8: The Invisibles 		(Zorn)			 3:35

    Recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City in December 2011

  Bill Frisell: guitar; Carol Emanuel: harp; Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7395 (CD)

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364 - UTILITARIAN: Napalm Death

    1/ Circumspect
    2/ Errors In The Signals
    3/ Everyday Pox
    4/ Protection Racket
    5/ The Wolf I Feed
    6/ Quarantined
    7/ Fall On Their Swords
    8/ Collision Course
    9/ Orders Of Magnitude
    10/ Think Tank Trials
    11/ Blank Look About Face
    12/ Leper Colony
    13/ Nom De Guerre
    14/ Analysis Paralysis
    15/ Opposites Repellent
    16/ A Gag Reflex
    17/ Everything In Mono

  John Zorn (3): alto; etc.

    2012 - Century Media (USA), ??? (CD)
    2012 - Century Media (USA), ??? (2xLP)

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465 - PRUFLAS: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 18: David Krakauer

    1/ Ebuhuel 					(John Zorn)		 3:52
    2/ Kasbeel 					(John Zorn)		 4:18
    3/ Vual 					(John Zorn)		 4:59
    4/ Parzial-Oranir 				(John Zorn)		11:11
    5/ Egion 					(John Zorn)		 5:44
    6/ Neriah-Mahariel 				(John Zorn)		 7:03
    7/ Tandal 					(John Zorn)		 3:36
    8/ Monadel 					(John Zorn)		 5:52

    Recorded at Eastside Sound, New York City

  David Krakauer: clarinet, bass Clarinet; Sheryl Baile: guitar; Keepalive: 
  laptop; Jerome Harris: bass, vocals; Michael Sarin: drums. 

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7396 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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466 - ICTUS RECORDS 35TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION: various artists

  This record was given away during the Ictus festival at Tonic (NYC) in April
  2012. It contains 18 tracks, half of them unreleased, which mainly features
  Andrea Centazzo in various settings.

    1/ Infinity Squared	I			(Kaiser, Centazzo)	 2:37
    2/ Improvisation #8				(Giardullo, Centazzo)	 4:02
    3/ Improvisation #5				(Bailey, Centazzo)	 3:09
    4/ Double String Quartet			(Poznan Strings)	 3:06
    5/ NY Duo #2				(Zorn, Centazzo)	 5:13
    6/ Another Situation 			(Robinson, Stowe, AC)	 4:28
    7/ Ali Boma Ye (excerpt)			(Cyrille, Mazzon, AC)	 3:43
    8/ Cjant #1 (excerpt)			(AC Mitteleuropa)	 2:41
    9/ Improvisation #1				(D. Ballou, R. Zorzi)	 4:23
    10/ Chirimia				(AC Mitteleuropa)	 5:55
    11/ Second Winter Duet			(A. Succi, Centazzo)	 2:43
    12/ Back To The Future #1			(Coleman, Cappeli, AC)	 4:39
    13/ Improvisation #3			(Smith, Williams, AC)	 4:39
    14/ Improvisation #4			(Schiaffini, Centazzo)	 2:40
    15/ Improvisation #7			(Stowe, Ellis, Groder)	 4:16
    16/ Snowplow #1 				(Sharp, Centazzo)	 3:12
    17/ Improvisation #6			(G. Robair, Centazzo)	 3:24
    18/ Improvisation #2			(Lacy, Carter, Centazzo) 6:01

    Recording year for the unreleased tracks:
    (2) recorded in 2009
    (3) recorded in 1977
    (9) recorded in 2011
    (10) recorded in 1980
    (13) recorded in 1989
    (14) recorded in 1978
    (15) recorded in 2011
    (17) recorded in 2012
    (18) recorded in Milan, Italy in April 1977

  Andrea Centazzo (1-3,5-8,10-18); Henry Kaiser (1); John Giardullo (2); Derek
  Bailey (3); Poznan Strings (4); John Zorn (5); Perry Robinson (6); Nobu
  Stowe (6,15); Andrew Cyrille (7); Guido Mazzon (7); Andrea Centazzo 
  Mitteleuropa (8,10); Dave Ballou (9); Roberto Zorzi (9); Achille Succi (11);
  Anthony Coleman (12); Marco Cappelli (12); Ladonna Smith (13); Davey 
  Williams (13); Giancarlo Schiaffini (14); Lisle Ellis (15); Brian Groder
  (15); Elliott Sharp (16); Gino Robair (17); Steve Lacy (18); Kent Carter
  (18).

    2012 - Ictus (USA), ICTUS 160 (CD)

  Note: the tracks (2,3,9,10,13-15,17,18) are unreleased ones.

  See ICTUS 152 for further references on (1).
  See ICTUS 307 for further references on (4).
  See THE NEW YORK TAPES (2006) for further references on (5).
  See ICTUS 141 for further references on (6).
  See ICTUS 147 for further references on (7).
  See ICTUS 134 for further references on (8).
  See ICTUS 153 for further references on (11).
  See ICTUS 130 for further references on (12).
  See ICTUS 154 for further references on (16).

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467 - NOSFERATU: John Zorn

    1/ Desolate Landscape 
    2/ Mina 
    3/ The Battle Of Good And Evil 
    4/ Sinistera 
    5/ Van Helsing 
    6/ Fatal Sunrise 
    7/ Hypnosis 
    8/ Lucy 
    9/ Nosferatu 
    10/ The Stalking 
    11/ The Undead 
    12/ Death Ship 
    13/ Jonathan Harker 
    14/ Vampires At Large 
    15/ Renfield 
    16/ Stalker Dub 

  John Zorn: piano, alto, Fender Rhodes, electronics, breath; Rob Burger: pia-
  no, organ; Bill Laswell: bass; Kevin Norton: vibraphone, drums, percussion.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7397 (CD)

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468 - TEMPLARS-IN SACRED BLOOD: John Zorn

    1/ Templi Secretum 				(Zorn)			 5:34
    2/ Evocation Of Baphomet 			(Zorn)			 5:27
    3/ Murder Of The Magicians			(Zorn) 			 4:14
    4/ Prophetic Souls 				(Zorn)			 6:21
    5/ Libera Me 				(Zorn)			 3:21
    6/ A Second Sanctuary 			(Zorn)			 5:07
    7/ Recordatio 				(Zorn)			 3:54
    8/ Secret Ceremony 				(Zorn)			 9:16

  Mike Patton: vocals; John Medeski: organ; Douglas Dunn: bass; Joey Baron:
  drums.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7398 (CD)

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469 - THE HERMETIC ORGAN: John Zorn

  Office Nr 4 					(Zorn)
    1/ Introit 
    2/ Benediction 
    3/ Offertory 
    4/ Elevation 
    5/ Communion 
    6/ Descent 

    Recorded at Columbia University's Miller Theatre, New York in December
    2011

  John Zorn: organ.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 7399 (CD)

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470 - ABRAXAS: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOLUME 19: John Zorn

    1/ Domos 					(Zorn)			 4:00
    2/ Tse'an 					(Zorn)			 4:09
    3/ Nachmiel 				(Zorn)			 3:35
    4/ Yaasriel 				(Zorn)			 5:22
    5/ Muriel 					(Zorn)			 3:27
    6/ Maspiel 					(Zorn)			 5:51
    7/ Aupiel 					(Zorn)			 3:44
    8/ Nahuriel 				(Zorn)			 4:57
    9/ Biztha 					(Zorn)			 3:37
    10/ Zaphiel 				(Zorn)			 5:21

    Recorded at Orange Music Studios, New Jersey (USA) in March 2012

  Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz: gimbri; Eyal Maoz: guitar; Aram Bajakian: guitar; 
  Kenny Grohowski: drums.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8302 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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471 - RIMBAUD: John Zorn

    1/ Bateau Ivre				(Zorn)			11:01
    2/ A Season In Hell				(Zorn)			12:22
    3/ Illuminations				(Zorn)			11:39
    4/ Conneries				(Zorn)			12:20

    Recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City on March 8, 2012

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

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

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472 - A VISION IN BLAKELIGHT: John Zorn

    1/ When The Morning Stars Sang Together 	(Zorn)			 5:28
    2/ The Hammer Of Los 			(Zorn)			 3:58
    3/ Jerusalem 				(Zorn)			 5:15
    4/ The Prophecy 				(Zorn)			 3:10
    5/ And He Rode Upon The Cherubim 		(Zorn)			 5:09
    6/ Marriage Of Heaven And Hell 		(Zorn)			 4:18
    7/ A Woman Clothed With The Sun 		(Zorn)			 5:20
    8/ Shadows In Ancient Time 			(Zorn)			 5:38
    9/ An Island In The Moon 			(Zorn)			 7:06
    10/ Night Thoughts 				(Zorn)			 4:56

    Recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City in December 2011

  Nova Quartet: John Medeski (piano, organ), Kenny Wollesen (vibes, bells),
  Trevor Dunn (bass), Joey Baron (drums); Carol Emanuel: harp;  Cyro Baptista:
  percussion; Jack Huston: reading. 

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8303 (CD)

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473 - MUSIC AND ITS DOUBLE: John Zorn 

    1/ À Rebours				(Zorn)			11:12
    Ceremonial Magic				(Zorn)
      2/ I								 5:37
      3/ II								 4:07
      4/ III								 5:52
      5/ IV								 4:03
    La Machine De L'Être			(Zorn, Artaud)
      6/ Tetème								 4:10
      7/ Le Révélé							 3:26
      8/ Entremêlés							 4:04 

    (1) recorded at Miller Theatre, New York City in December 2011
    (2-5) recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City in May 2012
    (6-8) recorded at Lahti Symphony Hall, Finland in September 2011

  Fred Sherry (1): cello; Jennifer Choi (1): violin; Dave Fulmer (1-5): vio-
  lin, viola; Mike Nicolas (1): cello; Tara Helen O'Connor (1): flute; Josh
  Rubin (1): clarinet; June Han (1): harp; William Winant (1): percussion; Al
  Lipowski (1): percussion; Joe Pereira (1): percussion; Brad Lubman (1): con-
  ductor; Kenny Wollesen (2-5): drums; Anu Komsi (6-8): soprano; Lahti 
  Symphony Orchestra (6-8); Sakari Oramo (6-8): conductor.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8092 (CD)

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474 - THE DEVIL IN LOVE: various artists

  This record features Tiger Lillies (1), Jarboe (2), Gavin Friday (3), John
  Zorn (4), Keiji Haino (5), The Coffinshakers (6), Shinjuku Thief (7), Paul
  Roland (8), Sharron Kraus (9), Art Zoyd (10), Molly Nilsson (11), The
  Scarring Party (12), Shinkiro (13), Shapeshifter (14), Kalki Lodge (15), 
  Brace/Choir (16), Differnet (17), Piers Blewett (18), Rikke Lundgreen & Ane
  Lan (19), Dödens Lammungar (20), Stone Breath (21), Martin Bladh (22).

    4/ Yeqon					(John Zorn)

    2012 - Malört Förlag (Sweden), ??? (CD)

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475 - THE CONCEALED: John Zorn

    1/ Persepolis 				(Zorn)			 4:03
    2/ The Hidden Book 				(Zorn)			 2:57
    3/ Passage To Essentuki 			(Zorn)			 3:45
    4/ Pathway Of Fire 				(Zorn)			 4:02
    5/ Towards Kafiristan 			(Zorn)			 3:30
    6/ Kavanah 					(Zorn)			 5:03
    7/ Back To Bokhara 				(Zorn)			 5:25
    8/ The Silver Thread 			(Zorn)			 4:28
    9/ The Dervish 				(Zorn)			 6:33
    10/ The Way Of The Sly Man 			(Zorn)			 3:50
    11/ Amu Darya 				(Zorn)			 4:46
    12/ A Portrait Of Moses Cordovero 		(Zorn)			 5:37
    13/ Visitation Of The Night Angels 		(Zorn)			 4:09
    14/ Life Is Real Only Then, When "I Am"	(Zorn)			 4:32

  Nova Express: John Medeski (piano), Kenny Wollesen (vibes), Trevor Dunn 
  (bass), Joey Baron (drums); Mark Feldman: violin; Erik Friedlander: cello.

    2012 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8304 (CD)

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

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

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477 - LIVE AT THE ROYAL ROOM: Zony Mash + Horns

  Disc 1:
    1/ Brand Spankin' New 			(Horvitz)
    2/ Stompin' At The Cranium 			(Horvitz)
    3/ Let's Get Mashed 			(Horvitz)
    4/ Cold Spell 				(Horvitz)
    5/ Withdrawal Symptoms 			(Young)
    6/ Kinnikinnick 				
    7/ Inference 				(Horvitz)
    8/ Spice Rack 				(Horvitz)
  Disc 2:
    9/ Meet The Zony Mash/Slide By 		(Horvitz)
    10/ Big Shoe 				(Bill Frisell)
    11/ FYI 					(Horvitz)
    12/ Diggin' Bones 				(Young)
    13/ Rotholz Cabaret 			
    14/ Happens Like That 			(Horvitz)
    15/ Sex Fiend				(John Zorn) 

    Recorded live at The Royal Room, Seattle (USA) on June 7-10, 2012
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: Hammond B3, Fender Rhodes, synthesizer; Timothy Young: gui-
  tar; Keith Lowe: bass; Andy Roth: drums; Dave Carter: trumpet; Briggan 
  Krauss: alto, baritone saxophone; Skerik: tenor, baritone saxophone; Steve
  Moore: trombone. 

    2012 - self-released (USA), no catalog # (2xCD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.

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478 - FILMWORKS XXV - CITY OF SLAUGHTER/SCHMATTA/BEYOND THE INFINITE: John 
  Zorn

    City Of Slaughter				(Zorn)
      1/ The End Of Tradition 						 3:40
      2/ The Oath 							 2:13
      3/ Modernity 							 1:27
      4/ Island/Ghetto 							 2:35
      5/ New Choices 							 2:11
      6/ Revolution 							 3:33
      7/ New Currents 							 2:43
      8/ Loss 								 1:53
      9/ Hopes And Dreams 						 1:34
      10/ The Bund 							 2:33
      11/ City Of Slaughter 						 4:44
      12/ Anti-Semitism/Pogrom 						 1:24
      13/ Pale Of Settlement 						 3:03
      14/ Requiem 							 2:53
    Schmatta					(Zorn)
      15/ Schmatta 							 1:41
      16/ Pins And Needles 						 3:12
      17/ Collapse 							 3:06
      18/ Hanging By A Thread 						 2:58
    19/ Beyond The Infinite 			(Zorn)			 8:19

    Recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City between December 2009 and May
    2012

  Omri Mor (1-14): piano; John Zorn (15-18): piano; Rob Burger (19): piano. 

    2013 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8305 (CD)

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479 - LEMMA: John Zorn

    1-12/ Apophthegms 				(Zorn)
    13/ Passagen 				(Zorn)
    14/ Ceremonial Magic			(Zorn) 

  Pauline Kim: violin; David Fulmer: violin; Chris Otto: violin.

    2013 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8095 (CD)

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480 - THE MYSTERIES: John Zorn

    1/ Sacred Oracle 				(Zorn)			 5:35
    2/ Hymn Of The Naassenes 			(Zorn)			 5:06
    3/ Dance Of Sappho 				(Zorn)			 4:06
    4/ The Bacchanalia 				(Zorn)			 2:56
    5/ Consolamentum 				(Zorn)			 5:49
    6/ Ode To The Cathars 			(Zorn)			 6:56
    7/ Apollo 					(Zorn)			 3:28
    8/ Yaldabaoth 				(Zorn)			 3:54
    9/ The Nymphs 				(Zorn)			10:48

    Recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City in December 2012

  Bill Frisell: guitar; Carol Emanuel: harp; Kenny Wollesen: vibraphone, 
  bells. 

    2013 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8306 (CD)

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481 - TAP: THE BOOK OF ANGELS VOL. 20: Pat Metheny 

    1/ Mastema					(John Zorn)		 7:19
    2/ Albim					(John Zorn)		 9:07
    3/ Tharsis					(John Zorn)		 5:54
    4/ Sariel					(John Zorn)		11:09
    5/ Phanuel					(John Zorn)		10:55
    6/ Hurmiz					(John Zorn)		 6:12

    Recorded in New York
    Produced by Pat Metheny

  Pat Metheny: guitars, baritone guitar, sitar guitar, tiples, bass, piano,
  keyboards, orchestrionic marimba, orchestra bells, bandoneon, percussion,
  electronics, flugelhorn; Antonio Sanchez: drums; Willow Metheny (6): voice.

    2013 - Tzadik/Nonesuch (USA), TZ 8307 (CD)
    2013 - Nonesuch/Tzadik (USA), 535352-2 (CD)

  Note: John Zorn does not play on this record.
  Note: both pressings came out at the same time and have different sleeves
  (although both mainly red). 

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*** - DREAMACHINES: John Zorn

    2013 - Tzadik (USA), TZ 8308 (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - CURLING: John Zorn

    2000 (?) - Tzadik (USA), TZ 73?? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - LIVE AT MOGADOR: Masada 

    ???? - Tzadik (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - LIVE AT CASTLE CLINTON: Masada

    ???? - Tzadik (USA), ??? (CD)

  Note: not released yet.

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*** - ???

  This tribute to Half Japanese features John Zorn, Eugene Chadbourne, etc.

    1997 - Kitty (Switzerland), ??? (CD)

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|                      RECORDS (CO)PRODUCED BY JOHN ZORN                     |
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  RODAN: Sato Michihiro (1989 - Hat Hut, hat Art CD 6015 (CD))
  MR. BUNGLE: Mr. Bungle (1991 - Warner Bros. Records, 9 26640-2 (CD))
  LO FLUX TUBE: Old (1991 - Earache/Relativity, 88561-1094-2 (CD))
  BUCKETHEADLAND: Buckethead (1992, Avant, Avan 007 (2xCD))
  CYCLOTRON: Blind Idiot God (1992 - Avant, Avan 010 (CD))
  NANA + VICTORIO: Peter Garland (1992 - Avant, Avan 012 (CD))
  SHOCK CORRIDOR: David Shea (1992 - Avant, Avan 013 (CD)) 
  KOROSHI NO BLUES: Makigami Koishi (1993 - Toshiba-EMI Japan, TOCT-6496 (CD))
  ALLEGORICAL MISUNDERSTANDING: Fushitsusha (1993, Avant, Avan 008 (CD))
  PLEXURE: John Oswald (1993 - Avant, Avan 016 (CD))
  WOW 2: The Boredoms (1993 - Avant, Avan 026 (CD))
  THE LAST WAVE: Arcana (1996 - DIW (Japan), DIW-903 (CD))
  ONE WAY ELEVATOR: Dougie Bowne (1996 - DIW, DIW-920 (CD))
  AN UNCLEAR TRIAL: MORE THAN THIS: Haino Keiji (1998 - Avant, Avan 074 (CD))

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|                    RECORDS WITH LINER NOTES BY JOHN ZORN                   |
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  EFTSOONS: Hal Russell & Mars Williams (1984 - Nessa, Nessa N-24 (LP))
  FILM MUSIC VOLUME II: Ennio Morricone
    (1988 - Virgin (USA), 7 90901-1 (LP))
    (1988 - Virgin Movie Music, 7 90901-2 (CD))
  THE CARL STALLING PROJECT (1990 - Warner Bro's, 9 26027-2 (CD))
  DRAGON BLUE: Tenko (1993 - Sound Factory, SFCD 004 (CD))
  LOOSE CANNON: Formanek/Berne/Hirshfield (1993 - Soul Note, 121261-2 (CD))
  BOOGALOO: John Patton (1995 - Blue Note, 31878 (CD))
  FIVE: Dave Douglas (1996 - Soul Note (Italy), 121276-2 (CD))
  CRIME AND DISSONANCE: Ennio Morricone (2005 - Ipecac (USA), IPC66 (2xCD))

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|                    RECORDS WITH SAMPLES OF ZORN'S MUSIC                    |
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  ANYTHING GOES: Alfred 23 Harth (1986 - Creative Works, CW 1005 (LP))
  ATTENTION SPAN: Bob Ostertag (1990 - RecRec Music, ReCDec 33 (CD))
  THE YOUNG GODS PLAY KURT WEILL (1991 - Play It Again Sam, BIAS 188-2 (CD))
  COMPOSITIONAL COLLAGE: Graeme Kirkland and The Wolves (1993 - Graeme Kirk-
    land Music, GKM 3 (CD))
  THE ReR QUARTERLY VOLUME 4 NUMBER 1: v.a. (1994 - ReR (UK), ReR 0401 (CD))
  HARDCORE CHAMBERMUSIC: Koch-Schütz-Studer (1995 - Intakt, CD 042 (CD))
  ALTERSTILL: John Wall (1995 - Utterpsalm, CD2 (CD))
  THREE FINGERS AND A FUMB: v.a. (1995 - Blast First/Disobey, BFFP 107 (2xCD))
  ADVENTURES IN FOAM: Cujo (1996 - Ninebar Records (UK), NozaCD003 (CD))
  ADVENTURES IN FOAM: Cujo (1997 - Shadow Records (USA), SDW027-2 (CD))
  LIKE A MELODY, NO BITTERNESS: Bob Ostertag (1997 - My Very Own Record Label
    (USA), MVORL - 1 (CD))
  FRACTUUR: John Wall (1997 - Utterpsalm, CD3 (CD))
  OSCILLATIONS 2: Bill Laswell (1998 - Sub Rosa, ??? (CD))
  69 PLUNDERPHONICS 96: John Oswald (2001 - Seeland (USA), SEE 515 (2xCD))

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  * The Drama Review, Vol 23, #4, Dec 1979: "John Zorn's Theatre of Musical 
    Optics," article by Ela Troyano (pp. 37-44)

  * Downbeat, February 1984: Profile by Bill Milkowski (pp. 44-45)
 
  * Op "Z" issue, November-December 1984: interview by Bill Milkowski (pp. 51-
    55)

  * Artitude #4, February 1985: "Conversation with John Zorn (part one)," in-
    terview by Carl Howard (pp. 4-5)

  * Artitude #6, March 1985: "Conversation with John Zorn (part two)," inter-
    view by Carl Howard (pp. 4-5)

  * Unsound Vol. 2 #3/4, 1985: "John Zorn," edited version of the Artitude
    interview by Carl Howard with additional discography (pp. 51-56)

  * Jazz Forum #95, April 1985: interview by Jurg Solothurnmann (pp. 30-37)

  * Musician n. 81: July 1985: "John Zorn - Raw, Funny, Nasty, Noisy New Music
    From A Structural Radical" (pp. 17, 19, 21, 23)

  * Downbeat 52, December 1985: Blindfold Test with John Zorn (pp. 45)

  * Ear, Volume II, Number 2, October 1986: interview by Howard Mandel (pp. 
    16-17)

  * The Wire, 1986: "John Zorn: The Art of Noise," interview by David Ilic
    (pp. 30-32)

  * Voice Jazz Special, June 23 1987: "At the Hop" (pp. 10)

    This is basically John Zorn interviewing Ornette Coleman with Zorn's 
    record collection as a prop.

  * Chemical Imbalance, #5, 1987, "The Unexpurgated John Zorn," interview by 
    by Mike McGonnigal (pp. 21-26 et 57)

  * Option, Jul/Aug 1987: "Zornography: John Zorn," interview by Josef Woodard
    (pp. 32-36)

  * Nation, January 30, 1988: article by Gene Santoro (pp. 138-140)

    Composer/saxist Zorn is profiled and a selected discography is given.

  * Downbeat, April 1988: "Quick-Change artist Makes Good," by Gene Santoro 
    (pp. 23-25)

  * Reflex, June/July 1988: Fred Frith and John Zorn, part 1 (pp. 52-57)

    Fred Frith and John Zorn talk about music (part 1).

  * Jazzthetik (Germany), Issue 7/8, July/August 1988: interview by Arne 
    Schumacher (pp. 14-23); includes a discography

  * Reflex, August 1988: Fred Frith and John Zorn, part 2 (pp. 13-16)

    Fred Frith and John Zorn talk about music (part 2).

  * Coda Magazine, August/September 1988: interview by Ben Chant (pp. 24-25)
  
  * Musiche (Italy), number 2, Summer 1988: "John Zorn, Zornithology," article
    and interview by Fabrizio Gilardino (in Italian, pp. 4-10)

  * La Dolce Vita (Italy), number 8, 1988: interview by Walter Rovere (in
    Italian)

  * Melody Maker, November 26, 1988: "Zorn Off Shotgun," by John Wilde (pp. 
    11)
 
    Rock musician John Zorn is profiled and briefly interviewed. He discusses 
    his shoes and the responses of critics to his music. His upcoming projects
    are examined.

  * The Wire, March 1989: interview by Graham Lock (pp. 32-37)

  * Information (Denmark), 1989-10-11: "Fra bebop til Batman," by Lars Movin

  * Downbeat, September 1990: "Spy vs. Spy," by Kevin Whitehead (pp. 59-60)

    Review of a jazz performance by David Sanborn and Zorn at the Knitting
    Factory in NY

  * The Atlantic Monthly, January 1991: "Zorn for Anger," by Francis Davis

  * American Composers - Dialogues on Contemporary Music, by Edward 
    Strickland

    Contains an interview of John Zorn by Edward Strickland (pp. 124-140)

    Indiana University Press, 1991 (ISBN 0-253-35498-6)

  * Neue Zeitschrift Fur Musik 152, February 1991 (all in German)

    "Der Architekt der Spiele," interview by Art Lange (pp. 33-37)
    "Fruechte des (John) Zorn - improvisierte Musik im Zeitalter der Simula-
    tion," article with some scores and a selected discography (pp. 40-43)

  * Poetics Journal #9, June 1991: "Memory and Immorality in Musical Composi-
    tion," an article by John Zorn (pp. 101-105)

  * Musikmagasinet (Denmark), OPUS nr. 5, September 1991: "Fra A Til Zorn,"
    article by Michael Stovring (pp. 20-21)

  * Improvisation: Its Nature and Practice in Music, by Derek Bailey

    Contains an interview of John Zorn.

    INCUS, 2nd (revised) edition (ISBN ???)

  * Browbeat, Number 1, Fall 1993: interview by Michael Rizzi (pp. 7-10)

  * Alternative Press, v8n65, December 1993: "Maverick With A Middle Finger,"
    by Jason Pettigrew (pp. 9-10)

  * Soundpieces 2: Interviews With American Composers, by Cole Gagne

    Interview by Cole Gagne followed by a discography (pp. 507-542)

    The Scarecrow Press, 1993 (ISBN 0-8108-2710-7)

  * Resonance, Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 1994: interview by Steve Beresford
    (pp. 5-8)

    This interview was done in New York, May 30, 1979 and was intended to be
    published in the English magazine Music, but the magazine stopped ...

  * Rumore (Italy), Number 31, September 1994: interviews of John Zorn,
    Tom Cora, Elliott Sharp (in Italian, pp. 43-49)

    There is also a two pages article on John Zorn (pp. 50-51), which starts
    with a comment on Zorn by Steve Albini published in Wire 122.

  * Visions (Germany), Issue 29, September 1994: article by Wolf Kampmann (pp.
    20-23)

  * Pulse!, November 1994: "A Field Guide To Cobra," article about Cobra by
    Kevin Whitehead (pp. 46-48,112)

  * Perspectives of New Music (USA), Volume 32 No.1, Winter 1994: "A View
    From The Piano Bench Or Playing John Zorn's Carny For Fun And Profit" by
    Stephen Drury (pp. 194-201)

  * Postmodern Culture v.5 n.2, January, 1995: "Ugly Beauty: John Zorn And The
    Politics Of Postmodern Music," essay by Kevin McNeilly

    http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/pmc/issue.195/mcneilly.195.html

  * Jazzpodium (Germany), Issue 5, May 1995: article by Matthias Baumel (pp.
    6-8)

  * Plunderphonics, 'Pataphysics + Pop Mechanics, by Andrew Jones

    A chapter of this book is dedicated to John Zorn (pp. 143-155)

    SAF Publishing (UK), 1995 (ISBN 0-946719-152)

  * Talking Music: Conversations with American Experimental Composers, by
    William Duckworth

    Interview by William Duckworth (pp. 444-475)

    Schirmer Books (USA), 1995 (ISBN 0-02-870823-7)

  * Panta (Italy), number 14/Musica, Spring 1996: "A Est Del Borneo (East of
    Borneo) & Sulla Velocite (On Speed)," by John Zorn + artist's profile (in
    Italian, pp. 384-391, 421)

  * Eureka (Japan), January 1997: 250-page special issue mostly (200 pages)
    dedicated to John Zorn (in Japanese)

  * Musiche (Italy), No. 18, Spring 1997: article by Andrea Landini (in
    Italian, pp. 53-56)

  * Blow Up Magazine (Italy), number 2, September/October 1997: article by
    Etero Genio (in Italian, pp. 34-38)

  * Resonance, Volume 6, Number 1, 1997: "Guerilla Strategist" by Howard
    Mandel (pp. 18-20)

  * Neue Zeitschrift Fur Musik 152, May/June 1998: "Radical New Jewish
    Culture," article by Peter Niklas Wilson (pp. 22-24)

  * The New Yorker, June 14, 1999: "Horn of Plenty - The Composer who Knows no
    Boundaries," interview by Fred Kaplan (pp. 84-90)

  * Jazziz, August 1999: "Scene by Scene," an interview by Larry Blumenfeld
    (pp. 42-48, 80)

  * Jazzthing, October 1999: "John Zorn: Blick Nach Vorn Mit Zorn, Teil 1," 
    first part of an interview by Bill Milkowski (pp. 54-58)

  * Jazzthing (Germany), Number 32, February/March 2000: "John Zorn: Blick 
    Nach Vorn Mit Zorn, Teil 2," second part of an interview by Bill Milkowski
    (pp. 62-64)

  * Jazz Times, March 2000: "One Future Two Views," interview by Bill
    Milkowski (pp. 28-35,118-121)

  * Bomb, Summer 2002, No 80: interview of John Zorn by Michael Goldberg (pp.
    32-37)

  * Music And The Creative Spirit: Innovators In Jazz, Improvisation, and The
    Avant-Garde, by Lloyd Peterson 

    Interview by Lloyd Peterson (pp. ???)

    The Scarecrow Press, 2006 (ISBN ???)

  * Jazzman (France), no 129, November 2006: "L'Art du Z !" by Alex Dutilh 
    (pp. 18-23)

  * Jazzman (France), no 129, November 2006: "Radical Zorn culture" by Anne
    Ramade (pp. 24-26)

  * Jazzman (France), no 129, November 2006: "John Zorn en cinemascope" by
    Stéphane Ollivier (pp. 28-29)

  * Jazzman (France), no 129, November 2006: "Les douze eclairs de Zorn,"
    discography by Jacques Denis (pp. 30-31)

  * John Zorn: Tradition and Transgression, by John Brackett (2008, Indiana U
    Press)

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

  ELEKTRA 40 YEARS, video accompanying the RUBAIYAT box (unreleased due to 
    rights issues).

  GOTHAM, video by Henry Hills with music by Naked City ("Batman") (available
    from Elektra Records).

  IGNEOUS EJACULATION, video by Henry Hills with music by Naked City (starring
    Desiree Costeau).

  OSAKA BONDAGE, video by Henry Hills with music by Naked City (available for
    sale in VHS from Film-Makers Coop).

  SLAN VIDEO: A Slan video exists of a Knitting Factory tour in SF

    From: William Hsu (hsu@tlaloc.sfsu.edu)

  PUT THE BLOOD IN THE MUSIC: video by Charles Atlas (1989 - 57 min.)

    Zorn also appears with the Spy vs. Spy group in the documentary "Put the 
    Blood in the Music", on the NY downtown scene. The clip is superior to any 
    of the cuts on the record, sigh.

      From: William Hsu (hsu@tlaloc.sfsu.edu)

    Made by for an arts programme in the UK called "The South Bank Show." The 
    South Bank Show has been running for many years but I don't think that any 
    of them have ever been released on video.  It's a fairly poor attempt to 
    say something about the influence that environment or location has on 
    music (in this case NYC.)  The title is supplied by Glenn Branca during 
    the film.  The film has pieces on: John Zorn (includes a live performance 
    by Spy Vs Spy); Ambitious Lovers (in the studio); Hugo Largo; Sonic Youth.  
    The last medley is of real interest; it suggests that the entire perfor-
    mance was recorded and then edited down.  If they ever plan to release 
    this on video, let's hope they restore it to its full length.  The video 
    airs on PBS occasionally so keep a blank video tape around.

      From: Sonic Youth discography by Rob Vaughn

  WHAT IS IT? video from the Knitting Factory (1992 - VHS 9 min.)

    "A brief snapshot of what the Knitting Factory has become famous for. John
    Sanborn's nine-minute barrage of images and sounds capture the character 
    of the club. Featuring the music of Naked City, and interviews with John 
    Zorn, John Lurie, Tom Cora, Samm Bennett, and Alva Rogers."

  NAKED CITY AT THE MARQUEE CLUB, NYC: 4/9/92 - 120 min. video - 9 (filmed
    right after RADIO session)

    Available for $25.00 + $5.00 shipping at:

    VideoBeat Music Videos
    2616 N Clark Street
    Chicago, IL 60614
    Tel: (773) 871-6667
    Fax: (773) 872-1482
    e-mail: VideoBeat@aol.com

    (Thanks to Joseph Zitt for mentioning this new source)

  Oh! MORO - Video Magazine 1 (Japanese tape - VHS 60min.)

    Zorn appears with Bill Frisell and Yamatsuka Eye. The set is very short 
    (less than a minute) and you can hardly recognize Zorn ... Not really 
    worth buying just to see Zorn.

  JAZZ HIGHLIGHTS 1990 - STUTTGART JAZZ SUMMIT (Pioneer LDC (1990) PILJ-1111)

    This laserdisc features Sun Ra Arkestra, Archie Shepp, and several world
    music-jazz-fusion bands.

    track 7 - John Zorn Naked City - Mystery Song 4:15
    John Zorn(as), Wayne Horvitz(key), Bill Frisell(g)
    Fred Frith(b), Joey Baron(ds)

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  MONEY, 16mm movie by Henry Hills (1984)

    Available as a VHS tape and accompanying book, MAKING MONEY, at:
    Segue Foundation
    303 East 8th St
    New York City, NY 10009
    order information: $29.95 (tape+book) the postpaid 3rd class (USA)

  STEP ACROSS THE BORDER, movie by Nicolas Humbert and Werner Penzel

  REVENGE OF THE DEAD INDIANS (1993)

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  Book of pictures by Macioce (Shimmy) with an introduction by John Zorn

  John Zorn appears in the documentary ART OF MEMORY by German director
  Johanna Heer

  John Zorn has compiled the following record:
 
    AKIKO YANO: Akiko Yano (1990 - Elektra Nonesuch, 9 79205-2 (CD))

  THE ELEGANT SPANKING, directed by Maria Beatty and Rosemary Delain, with 
  music by John Zorn

  ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: THE KITCHEN PRESENTS

    TV program featuring a video with John Zorn playing GODARD.

    Broadcasted August 8, 1988

  ALIVE TV: AMERICAN FLASH CARDS

    TV program featuring a video with John Zorn and Naked City.

    Broadcasted on July 11, 1992

  SHE MUST BE SEEING THINGS (USA/Germany, 1987), directed by Sheila McLaughlin
  with music by John Zorn

  THE DISTRIBUTION OF LEAD (USA, 1988), directed by Charles Libin, with music
  by John Zorn

  FREIHEIT STIRBT MIT SICHERHEIT (Germany, 1991), directed by Horst Herz, with
  music by The Lounge Lizards, John Zorn, Steve Coleman & The 5 Elements

  SADISTIC CITY (1993), directed by Ryuichi Hiroki, with music by John Zorn

  HOELDERLIN COMICS (Germany, 1993/94), directed by Harald Bergmann, with 
  music by John Zorn

  SEPTEMBER SONGS (Canada, 1994), directed by Larry Weinstein, with music by
  Leonard Cohen, Mary Margaret O'Hara, Todd Rundgren, Tom Waits, Marianne
  Faithful, K.D. Lang, John Zorn, Lou Reed

  MEREDITH MONK AND JOHN ZORN AND FRED FRITH

    reel-to-reel 1/4" audio tape
    Produced by Elisabeth Perez-Luna and Len Perskie
    Recorded at Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia
    Series: At the Bride   :  season 2, number 12
    Originally broadcast: 5 April, 1990 on Pacifica Radio
    29 minutes long

    Description on tape box:
    "Performance music documentary. Composer Monk brings the ancestral power
    of the voice into contemporary music through humming, nonsensical sylla-
    bels, tongue clicks and other sounds. Zorn, a saxophonist, and Frith a
    guitarist, combine old instruments into a truly avant garde musical form."

  LE 2EME JOUR

    Movie by Robert Cahen made for John Zorn's HOMMAGE A GODARD music
    Duration: 9 minutes

  FUNNY GAMES

    Movie by Michael Haneke with some John Zorn's music ("Bonehead" by Naked
    City)

  SABBATH IN PARADISE (Germany, 1998), directed by Claudia Heuermann, with
  music by John Zorn; documentary about the development of Jewish music fea-
  turing Michael Alpert, Anthony Coleman, David Krakauer, Frank London, Roy
  Nathanson, Marc Ribot, Andy Statman, John Zorn.

  JEWISH SOUL/AMERICAN HEART (1999?), documentary featuring John Zorn, Steve
  Reich, etc.
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