WORLD MUSIC

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LEVANTA POEIRA: A BRAZILIAN GUITAR TREASURY with MARCUS LLERENA.
Tracks: Levanta Poeira  (Zequinha de Abreu); André de Sapato Novo; (André Victor Corrêa); Carioca II  (Nicanor Teixeira); Chôroc  (Daudeth de Azevedo [Neco]); O Corta Jaca  (Chiquinha Gonzaga); Carioquinha (Aníbal Augusto Sardinha); O Vôo da Môsca  (Jacob Bittencourt [J. do Bandolim]); Chôro II (Armando Neves); Carioca I  (Nicanor Teixeira); Sonoroso  (Sebastião de Barros [K. Ximbinho]); Valsa (Julio Borges); Oscarina (Alfredo Viana Filho [Pixinguinha]); Inferna (Sardinha); Carinhoso (Alfredo Viana Filho [Pixinguinha]); (Sempre Sebastião de Barros [K. Ximbinho]); Saudade  (Radamés Gnattali); Numa Seresta (Luiz Americano); Improviso (Aníbal Augusto Sardinha); From 10 Estudos para Violaõ  (Radamés Gnattali).  Total: 63:53 [DDD]   UPC# 017685-17772

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SACRED TIBETAN CHANTS FROM THE GREAT PRAYER FESTIVAL.
Ten Tibetan monks from Drepung Loseling Monastery. (DDD) UPC# 0-17685-07352-6.

BUZZ: Our all-time best seller: over 18,000 copies sold worldwide. Portions of this recording were used in the National Geographic TV Special Tsangpo Gorges, and in the feature films Seven Years in Tibet and Chinese Box.

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SACRED MUSIC, SACRED DANCE FOR PLANETARY HEALING. Ten vocal and instrumental pieces performed by Tibetan Buddhist monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-07362-5

NOSTALGIA & TRADITIONAL JAZZ

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THAT DEVILIN' TUNE : Volume 1 (of 4) [1895-1927]: From Allen Lowe, the Writer/Producer of the international best seller Minstrel to Mojo: An Audio History of American Popular Song, 1893~1946,comes this new epic survey of jazz. Volume I containsrare recordings by Al Jolson, Bert Williams, W.C. Handy, Eubie Blake, Kid Ory, Jelly Roll Morton, Bessie Smith, King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and others, in state-of-the art digital restorations.. Includes 96-page lavishly illustrated booklet. [AAD] Total time: 11+ hours. Further volumes to follow at 4-6 month intervals. Special! 9 CDs priced as 6. EAN Nr. 4 015023 160033

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THAT DEVILIN' TUNE : Volume 2 (of 4) [1927-1934]:From Allen Lowe, the Writer/Producer of the international best seller Minstrel to Mojo: An Audio History of American Popular Song, 1893~1946,comes this new epic survey of jazz.Volume 2 (of 4)[1927~1934] includes rare recordings by Bix Beiderbecke, Paul Whiteman,Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Jimmy Dorsey,Fletcher Henderson, Django Reinhardt, Art Tatum,and others, in state of the art digital transfers with a 104-page lavishly illustrated booklet  by Allen Lowe.Total time: 11+ hours. Further volumes to follow at 4-6 month intervals. AAD; EAN Nr. 4 015023 160040 Special! 9 CDs priced as 6.

WHRA-6005 (9)  Add to Shopping Cart  That Devilin' Tune : Volume 3 (of 4) [1934-1945]: From Allen Lowe, the Writer/Producer of the international best seller Minstrel to Mojo: An Audio History of American Popular Song, 1893~1946, comes this new epic survey of jazz. Volume 3 (of 4) [1934-1945] includes rare recordings by Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Harry James, Willie the Lion Smith, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Glen Miller, Artie Shaw, and others, in state-of-the art digital restorations, with extensive notes by Allen Lowe. Total time: 11+ hours. AAD; EAN Nr. 4015 023 160057 Special! 9 CDs priced as 6.

WHRA-6006 (9)  Add to Shopping Cart  That Devilin' Tune : Volume 4 (of 4) [1946-1951]: From Allen Lowe, the Writer/Producer of the international best seller Minstrel to Mojo: An Audio History of American Popular Song, 1893~1946, comes this new epic survey of jazz. Volume 4 (of 4) [1946-1951] includes rare recordings by Frank Sinatra, Coleman Hawkins, Stan Kenton, Sidney Bechet, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Dizzie Gilespie, Dave Brubeck, and others, in state-of-the art digital restorations, with extensive notes by Allen Lowe. Total time: 11+ hours.. AAD; EAN Nr.4015 023 160064 Special! 9 CDs priced as 6.


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DUKE ELLINGTON IN HAMILTON, ONTARIO (1954) A PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED CONCERT. Includes:  Take the "A" Train/Introduction; The Mooche; How High The Moon; Serious Serenade; Theme for Trambean; Skin Deep; Tenderly; PerdiD-; Monologue (Pretty And The Wolf); Ellington Medley; Things Ain't What They Used to Be; Satin D-ll; Stompin' At The Savoy; I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart; Caravan; The Bunny Hop Mambo; Isle of Capri Mambo; The Hawk Talks; All The Things You Are; Duet; Blue Jean Beguine; Take The "A" Train; Warm Valley; Jam With Sam; Closing Remarks/God Save The Queen

For many Duke Ellington fans the years 1951 through 1955 form a black hole in the half-century career of the great composer/bandleader. The reasons are fairly obvious. At the end of January 1951, alto saxophonist Johnny Hodges, since 1928 one of the most distinctive voices in the Ellington orchestra, handed in his notice advising Ellington he was about to form his own small group. And to make matters worse he'd be taking with him two other long-time band veterans, drummer Sonny Greer, one of the original "Washingtonians," who'd been with Duke from the very beginning and trombonist Lawrence Brown, an Ellington sideman since 1932. Many saw this as the end of Duke Ellington's bandleading career. How could the band survive without such key men? But Ellington, ever the optimist, reacted in typical Ducal fashion. "New men mean a new sound in my band and the creation of new music," he informed a Down Beat reporter. The change that had been forced upon him offered a rare creative challenge, as proven in this priceless historic sound Document which features some of Ellington's greatest hits in spirited, highly expressive performances.

Personnel: Clark Terry, Willie Cook, Cat Anderson, Ray Nance, Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman, George Jean, Jimmy Hamilton, Rick Henderson, Russell Procope, Paul Gonsalves, Harry Carney, Duke Ellington, Wendell Marshall, Dave Black. Disc No. 1, timing: 56:00. Disc No. 2, timing: 66:38. Originally released in 1994 in a limited edition by Radiex Music, Rexdale, Ontario, Canada; first general release. (AAD) UPC # 0-17685-10512-8

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PAUL WHITEMAN CONDUCTS GEORGE GERSHWIN
Live performances from New York and Los Angeles, covering the period 1934-1948; including 2 performances of Rhapsody in Blue (with Roy Bargy and Earl Wild, pianists); Dawn of a New Day; They Can't Take That Away From Me; Nice Work If You Can Get It; Love Walked In; Second Rhapsody (with Roy Bargy, piano); Clap Your Hands; Do It Again; I Got Rhythm; Somebody Loves Me: Mischa, Jascha, Toscha, Sascha; An American In Paris; Cuban Overture; and others. AAD. Total time: 79 minutes. UPC # 0-17685-10422-0

There was a period in the 1920's when Paul Whiteman was much better-known than the up-and-coming George Gershwin. Whiteman's band leading career began after World War I: within a short period of time he had some major hit records on the charts and he was being billed as "The King of Jazz" although "King of Jazz Age" would have been more accurate. For about a decade, he was the most famous bandleader in the world, heading a huge variety of orchestra which played, in addition to viable jazz, show tunes, novelties, vocal ballads, symphonic jazz and the compositions of George Gershwin. Whiteman commissioned and premiered Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue as well as the Concerto in F and remained a lifelong advocate of Gershwin's music, even using the main melody from Rhapsody in Blue as his theme song.

One day short of the one-year anniversary of George Gershwin's death, Paul Whiteman performed a concert in tribute to his friend in Hollywood; the first half of this CD is drawn from that radio broadcast. The second half includes other rare and authoritative renditions of Gershwin's music by musicians closely associated with his times. Not to be confused with a recent collection of Paul Whiteman's commercial recordings, also produced (like this set) by the eminent Canadian transfer engineer David Lennick (Efrem Productions, Toronto), this CD features exclusively rare, non-commercial broadcast transcriptions by Whiteman. Liner notes by Scott Yanow, editor, All Music Guide to Jazz.

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KNOTS with THE KEVIN NORTON ENSEMBLE

Critic Ben Ratliff (writing in The New York Times, June 5, 1998) described a live appearance by The Kevin Norton Ensemble:  "Mr. Norton, a drummer and vibraphonist, is one of the most valuable moving parts of downtown jazz, and this sextet does justice to his brainy, tricky compositions with their built-in patches of swing".  This recording features the celebrated klezmer and jazz clarinetist, David Krakauer.   DDD  Total Time: 72:00    UPC #017685-10332-2

Eleven compositions by Kevin Norton (Knots; Hammer or Anvil?; Three Movements for Solo and Ensemble:  Three Lives; Strange Way to Say Goodbye; Camus' Question; Woods; Walking the Dogma; In Balance; Barking Hoop; Ringing Impulse; Asa Nisi Masa) and two by Thelonious Monk (Epistrophy and Brilliant Corners) performed by Kevin Norton, percussion; David Bindman, tenor sax and clarinet; Tomas Ulrich, cello; Bob DeBellis, alto sax and clarinet and bass clarinet; Joe Fonda, bass; David Krakauer, clarinet.

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ART HODES WITH JIM GALLOWAY - LIVE FROM TORONTO!
  Veteran Chicago jazz pianist in 1988 concert with Scots-Canadian saxophonist Jim Galloway  I Would Do Most Anything (Claude Hopkins); Exactly Like You (Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields); Some Of These Days (Shelton Brooks); The Preacher (Horace Silver); Squeeze Me (Fats Waller); Doing The New Lowdown (Jimmy McHugh & Dorothy Fields); Tennessee Waltz (R. Steward & P.W. King); Dear Old Southland (Turner Layton & Henry Creamer): Tomorrow's Blues (Art Hodes/unpublished); If I Had You (Ted Shapiro, Jimmy Campbell & R. Connelly); Just A Closer Walk With Thee (spiritual) & Just A Little While To Stay Here (spiritual). Recorded live at Toronto's Café des Copains (25 Sept. 1988) [DDD] Total Time: 69:05
UPC # 017685-46102-6

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DUKE ELLINGTON: LIVE FROM THE 1956 STRATFORD FESTIVAL.
   A never-before-released collection of Ellington recordings of:   Hark the Duke's Trumpets! (Ellington), featuring Cat Anderson, Clark Terry, Ray Nance and W. Cook, trumpets; Harlem Air Schaft (Ellington), featuring Clark Terry, trumpet; Clarinet Melodrama (J. Hamilton), featuring Jimmy Hamilton, clarinet & Jimmy Woode, bass; Theme Trambene (J. Hamilton), featuring Britt Woodman, trombone; Sophisticated Lady (Ellington), featuring Harry Carney, baritone saxophone; Take the 'A' Train (Billy Strayhorn), featuring Ray Nance, vocal & Paul Gonsalves, tenor saxophone; La Virgen De La Macarena (traditional bullfighter's song), featuring Cat Anderson, trumpet; Pretty and The Wolf (also known as Monologue) (Ellington), featuring Duke Ellington, narrator, with J. Hamilton, R. Procope & H. Carney, clarinets; I Got It Bad, and That Ain't Good (Ellington & Paul Webster), featuring Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Harlem Suite (Ellington). With Cat Anderson, Clark Terry, Ray Nance and W. Cook, trumpets; Quentin Jackson, Britt Woodman & John Sanders, trombone; J. Hodges, R. Procope, J. Hamilton, P. Gonsalves and H. Carney, reeds; D. Ellington, piano; J. Woode, bass & Sam Woodyard, drums. [AAD] Total Time: 54:31.
UPC # 017685-46162-0

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DICK HYMAN, SUPERPIANO: LIVE FROM THE CAFE DES COPAINS IN TORONTO (1988).
Fourteen popular favorites by the master of jazz piano: What Is This Thing Called Love? by Cole Porter; They Cannot Take That Away From Me by George & Ira Gershwin; There Will Never Be Another You by Mac Gordon & Henry Warren; Lush Life by Billy Strayhorn; Snowy Morning Blues by James P. Johnson; Just You, Just Me by Raymond Klages and Jesse Greer; Carousel Memories by Dick Hyman; Blue Skies by Irving Berlin; Froggie Moore by "Jelly Roll" Morton; St. Louis Blues by W.C. Handy; Shadowland by Dick Hyman; At The Jazz Band Ball by Larocca & Shields; Everything I've Got by Rogers & Hart and I'm Just Wild About Harry by Noble Sissle & Eubie Blake. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-46222-1

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AMERICANA WITH ART HODES. From the last live concert & studio sessions of Art Hodes, piano, with Kenny Davern, clarinet, & Jim Galloway, soprano saxophone. (DDD) UPC # 017685-47822-2

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THE NAT KING COLE TRIO: WORLD WAR II TRANSCRIPTIONS. 30 songs performed by the legendary Trio on 1941-44 broadcast transcriptions, carefully reprocessed. (AAD) UPC # 017685-48082-9

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CAROUSEL OF AMERICAN MUSIC: GEORGE M. COHAN, IRVING BERLIN, JEROME KERN, SIGMUND ROMBERG, BERT KALMAR & OTHER UNFORGETTABLE SONGWRITERS PERFORM THEIR OWN MUSIC - LIVE IN 1940!

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STAN KENTON -- BROADCAST TRANSCRIPTIONS (1941-1945).
30 of Stan Kenton's best World War II broadcast transcriptions, digitally refurbished by audio wizard Lowell Cross in the best possible sound. UPC # 017685-08832-8

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COUNT BASIE: OLD MANUSCRIPTS, BROADCAST TRANSCRIPTIONS 1944/45.
25 selections recorded between April 1944 and July 1945, transferred by David Lennick with state-of-the-art audio sweetening by Lowell Cross. [ADD] Total time: 76:01.
UPC # 017685-48842-9

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ELLINGTON AT BASIN STREET EAST.
Duke Ellington and His Orchestra at Basin Street East (New York City), the complete concert of 14 January 1964, including "Take the 'A' Train," "Afro Bossa," "Silk Lace," "Kinda Dukish/Rockin' in Rhythm," "A Single Petal of a Rose," "Tootie for Cootie," "Lush Life," "Passion Flower," "Jam with Sam," "Sophisticated Lady," "Satin Doll," "Rose of the Rio Grande," "Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue," and "East St. Louis Toodle-Do." [ADD] Total time: 77:46.
UPC #0-17685-09082-0.

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ART TATUM: THE STANDARD TRANSCRIPTIONS.
61 solo piano pieces recorded in New York City in 1935, 1938, 1939 & 1943 by Art Tatum for broadcast transcriptions. (Re-mastered & enlarged version of CD-673) UPC # 017685-09192-6

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PAUL WHITEMAN CONDUCTS GEORGE GERSHWIN
. Live performances from New York and Los Angeles, covering the period 1934-1948; including 2 performances of Rhapsody in Blue (with Roy Bargy and Earl Wild, pianists); Dawn of a New Day; They Can't Take That Away From Me; Nice Work If You Can Get It; Love Walked In; Second Rhapsody (with Roy Bargy, piano); Clap Your Hands; Do It Again; I Got Rhythm; Somebody Loves Me: Mischa, Jascha, Toscha, Sascha; An American In Paris; Cuban Overture; and others. AAD. Total time: 79 minutes. UPC # 0-17685-10422-0

                      

CONTEMPORARY JAZZ

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A TREASURY OF MAINSTREAM JAZZ PIANO.
John Jensen, solo piano. Includes: Don't Cross Lowell by John Jensen, Waltz for Debby by Bill Evans, Here's That Rainy Day by Jimmy von Heusen, Don't Get Around Much Anymore by Duke Ellington, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever by Burton Lane, Mr. P.C. by John Coltrane, Straight, No Chaser by Thelonius Monk, My Foolish Heart by Victor Young, Blues for Alice by Charlie Parker, Passion Flower by Billy Strayhorn and The Sphinx by Ornette Coleman. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-06280-7

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NEW YORK DUETS - Jane Bunnett / Don Pullen

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BLUES AND THE EMPIRICAL TRUTH: New Blues compositions and arrangements by Allen Lowe, featuring jazz greats Roswell Rudd, Marc Ribot, Matthew Shipp, and Lewis Porter. Extensive notes by Lowe, with a booklet essay by Francis Davis. 3 CDs, 76:39, 77:42 and 79:03 [DDD, 2011]

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ANTHONY BRAXTON AND MARILYN CRISPELL: Vancouver Duets
Braxton (flute & saxophones) & Crispell (piano) perform Braxton's Compositions Nos. 136, 62, 140 (+112 +30) and 116 live at the 1989 Vancouver Festival. [DDD]

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MARILYN CRISPELL: LIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Includes: Penumbra, Zipporah, Misconception, Tromos (Crispell); When I Fall In Love & Rudy, My Dear (Thelonious Monk); Dear Lord (John Coltrane). Recorded in concert at New Langton Arts, San Francisco, 20 Oct. 1989. [DDD] Total Time: 70:16.
UPC # 017685-46332-7

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IMAGES: THE REGGIE WORKMAN ENSEMBLE.
Four compositions by Reggie Workman: Suite for H.P. Madame, Medea, November 1, and Jus' Ol Mae (Revisited). With Jeanne Lee, vocal; Marilyn Crispell, piano; Michelle Navazio, guitar; Don Byron, clarinets; Gerry Hemingway, percussion; Reggie Workman, bass (recorded January and July 1989 at The Knitting Factory, New York City). [DDD]
UPC # 017685-46342-6

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GALAXIES: DUETS BY ANDREW CYRILLE & VLADIMIR TARASOV Galaxies & Action V (Tarasov), and No. 11 (Cyrille), rec. at the Vancouver (B.C.) Jazz Festival, June 1990; Summit (Tarasov), rec. at the Du Maurier Jazz Festival in Toronto (Ont.); One Up, One Down (John Coltrane), rec. during a June 1990 concert at Koncepts Gallery, Oakland.

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PLIMLEY - ELLIS - CYRILLE TRIO: WHEN SILENCE PULLS. Paul Plimley, piano; Lisle Ellis, acoustic bass; Andrew Cyrille, drums. Includes Good News Blues by Jimmy Lyons; Condensation on Poised Arrow by Plimley & Ellis; Separate Cycles, When Silence Pulls by Plimley, Ellis & Cyrille; Inheritance by Ellis; Baba Loo Bop by Cyrille; When the Shuffle Party Begins by Plimley; Moon Over Sand by Plimley & Cyrille; Involution In Rounds by Plimley & Ellis, and F.U.N. by Plimley, Ellis & Cyrille. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-06922-2

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ROOM: HALL OF MIRRORS.
Four exciting new compositions by this internationally acclaimed quartet, featuring Chris Brown, piano, keyboard, percussion and electronic design; Larry Ochs, sopranino and tenor saxophones; William Winant, vibraphone and percussion; Scot Gresham-Lancaster, live electronics and computer. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-47002-8

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TAMBASTICS
Eight pieces composed and performed by Robert Dick on flutes, Mark Dresser on acoustic bass, Gerry Hemingway on percussion, and Denman Maroney on piano. [DDD] 
(DDD) UPC # 017685-47042-4

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ANTHONY BRAXTON: EIGHT COMPOSITIONS, HAMBURG (1991)
Compositions Nos. 156, 157, 152, 153, 155, 154, 40A and 157 (take 2) performed by Anthony Braxton, sopranino and alto sax, flute and contrabass clarinet and Peter Nicklaus Wilson, double bass. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-47102-5

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THE JULIUS HEMPHILL TRIO: LIVE FROM THE MUSIC CAFE, NEW YORK.
Seven new compositions by Julius Hemphill, recorded live at the New Music Cafe, New York, on 27 Sept. 1991. Performed by Julius Hemphill, alto and soprano saxophones, Abdul Wadud, cello & Joe Bonadio, drums/percussion. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-47312-8

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BOSTON DUETS: OLIVER LAKE, SAXOPHONES AND FLUTE & DONALD FOX, PIANO.
Nine new compositions by the performers and by Thelonious Monk, performed in a 1989 concert. [DDD]
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MARILYN CRISPELL TRIO: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 1992 TOUR
. Seven new compositions by Marilyn Crispell; with Reggie Workman, bass and Gerry Hemingway, drums. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-47582-5

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ANTHONY BRAXTON: DUETS WITH MARIO PAVONE (1993).
Six new compositions by Braxton, two by Pavone, and one by Golson, performed in a 1993 studio recording by saxophonist/flautist Braxton and bass player Pavone. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-47862-8

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OAKLAND DUETS with JULIUS HEMPHILL & ABDUL WADUD
Highlights from the fabled concerts of 13 & 14 November 1992. Six compostions including Me and Wadud, Part I & II, "C", For Billie, Sigure and Dream. [DDD]

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ROUNDABOUT with RAN BLAKE, PIANO AND CHRISTINE CORREA, VOCALS.
Songs by Vernon Duke, Matt Dennis, Duke Ellington, Kurt Weill, Max Roach, Thelonious Monk, Sam Lewis, Julian Priester, Cole Porter, and others. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-48072-0

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DARK WAS THE NIGHT, COLD WAS THE GROUND: ALLEN LOWE AND THE AMERICAN SONG PROJECT FEATURING ROSWELL RUDD.
Twelve compositions by Blind Willie Johnson, Allen Lowe, Jack Purvis, Rodgers & Hart, Dizzy Gillespie, King Oliver and Skip James, performed by Allen Lowe, tenor saxophone & guitar, Roswell Rudd, trombone, Jeff Fuller, bass, Ray Kaczynski, drums & Stacy Phillips, national tricone guitar; with Paul Austerlitz, clarinet and bass clarinet and Robert Rumbolz, trumpet. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-48112-3 

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THE VIEW FROM POINTS WEST: GRAEWE - REIJSEGER - HEMINGWAY TRIO.
Nine collective compositions performed live on 22 June 1991 at the Vancouver, B.C. (Canada) du Maurier International Jazz Festival by Georg Graewe, piano, Ernst Reijseger, cello and Gerry Hemingway, percussion. [DDD] Total time: 70:29
UPC #017685-48202-1

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AFFINITY PLAYS MODERN JAZZ CLASSICS.
Afrique (Lee Morgan), Composition 40B (Anthony Braxton), Subconsciouslee (Lee Konitz), Three Blind Mice (Curtis Fuller), Little Symphony (Ornette Coleman), After (Ellis Marsalis), Miss Ann (Eric Dolphy), Evidence (Thelonious Monk) & Composition 58 (Anthony Braxton). Joe Rosenberg, soprano saxophone; Rob Sudduth, tenor saxophone; Richard Saunders, acoustic bass; Bobby Lurie, percussion. [DDD] Total time: 45:49.
UPC # 017685-48342-4 

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Recorded live at Yoshi's in Oakland in July 1993, this set includes Compositions nos. 48, 23M (+108C), 32, 66 (+135), 160, 158, 140, 69J (+30+108D), 20 + 86, 171, 23C and 105B with Anthony Braxton - woodwinds, Marilyn Crispell - piano, Mark Dresser - bass and Gerry Hemingway - drums. [DDD] Total times: CD No. 1 - 75:30; CD No. 2 - 61:16.

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ANOTHER DAY'S JOURNEY with POSITIVE KNOWLEDGE.
Nine compositions by Oluyemi and Ijeoma Thomas, performed by Oluyemi Thomas, woodwinds and percussion, Ijeoma Thomas, poetic vocals and percussion, and Roberto de Haven, percussion. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-48422-3

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JUMP OR DIE: SPLATTER TRIO & DEBRIS
with Randy McKean, Tom Plsek & Gregg Bendian. Twenty-one Anthony Braxton compositions for large and small ensembles, played by two famous avant-garde rock groups. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-48432-2

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BRAXTON AT THE LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS.
Five compositions by Anthony Braxton (Nos. 86, 101, 136, 167 and 168) performed by Anthony Braxton, winds, with Ted Reichman, accordion and piano. Recorded during a concert given at the Leipzig Gewandhaus on 8 December 1993. [DDD] Total time: 66:07.
UPC # 017685-48482-7

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THE ANTHONY BRAXTON PIANO QUARTET PLAYS STANDARD JAZZ CLASSICS.
Live from the fabled 1994 summer concerts at Yoshi's Nitespot in Oakland, California, the Anthony Braxton Piano Quartet plays 27 classics of post-war jazz by such giants as Coltrane, Gillespie, Monk, Brubeck, Mulligan, Miles Davis, Dolphy and others, interpreted by Marty Ehrlich, winds; Joe Fonda, bass; Arthur Fuller, percussion; and Anthony Braxton, piano. [DDD] Timings: CD No. 1 - 76:45; CD No. 2 - 75:15; CD No. 3 - 78:39; CD No. 4 - 79:03.
UPC # 017685-48492-6

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INFERENCE: TIM BERNE WITH MARILYN CRISPELL

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HYPERION: THE CRISPELL - BRÖTZMANN - DRAKE TRIO Three collective improvisations by the performers, Marilyn Crispell, piano; Peter Brötzmann, saxophone, clarinets and tárogato; and Hamid Drake, drums and hand drums. Recorded in June 1992 during the Toronto Jazz Festival. [DDD] Total time: 49:19.

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GOLIA - LÉANDRE - FILIANO: HAUNTING THE SPIRITS INSIDE THEM...
Vinny Golia, winds, Joëlle Léandre, bass and voice, and Ken Filiano, bass, perform four works by Golia/Léandre/Filiano, one by Golia/Léandre, one by Léandre/Filiano, one by Filiano, and one by Golia; recorded April 27, 1992, at the Track House in Van Nuys, California. [DDD] Total time: 73:04.
UPC # 017685-48932-7

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MARILYN CRISPELL: LIVE AT MILLS COLLEGE 1995 Seven compositions by Crispell, one by Thelonious Monk, and one by Weisman, Garrett & Wayne, performed by the internationally famed improviser at a concert given at Mills College, Oakland, California, on 27 January 1995. [DDD] Total time: 59:27.

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THE PLIMLEY - ELLIS - ROBINSON TRIO: DENSITY OF THE LOVESTRUCK DEMONS.
Compositions and improvisations by Ornette Coleman and Paul Plimley, performed by Paul Plimley, piano; Lisle Ellis, acoustic bass; and Donald Robinson, trap drums. [DDD] Total time: 60:49.
UPC # 017685-49062-0

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POSITIVE KNOWLEDGE: INVOCATION #9.
Five improvisational pieces performed by free jazz artists Oluyemi Thomas, winds, Ijeoma Thomas, vocals, and Spirit, percussion. Recorded live at Yoshi's Nitespot, Oakland, 30 June 1994. [DDD] Total time: 66:11.
UPC # 017685-49092-7

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CATECHISM: THE DENNIS GONZÁLEZ DALLAS-LONDON SEXTET.
Six songs by Dennis González and one by Gerard Bendiks, performed by Dennis González, trumpet; Keith Tippett, piano; Elton Dean, sax; Rob Blakeslee, trumpet; Marcio Mattos, bass; Louis Moholo, drums; and Kim Corbet, trombone. [DDD] Total time: 56:55.
UPC # 017685-49132-0

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THE JOE FONDA/MICHAEL JEFRY STEVENS GROUP: IN THE WISH.
Four compositions by Joe Fonda and three by Michael Jefry Stevens, performed by Joe Fonda, contrabass; Michael Jefry Stevens, piano; Herb Robertson, trumpet and fluegelhorn; Harvey Sorgen, drums; Mark Whitecage, alto and soprano sax; and Laura Arbuckle, vocals and lyrics. [DDD] Total time: 64:59.
UPC # 017685-49162-7

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ERIC WATSON AND JOHN LINDBERG: SOUNDPOST: WORKS FOR PIANO AND DOUBLE BASS.
Two duets by Lindberg ("Soundpost" and "Pluckin' - A Tribute for Pops Foster") and one by Watson ("The Twisted Suite"), followed by a solo by Watson ("Saturations I") and one by Lindberg ("Fiddlesticks"). [DDD] Total time: 60:23.
UPC # 017685-49202-0

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DEBRIS:  RAPTURE IN THE CHURCH OF DISREPUTABLE DAYDREAMS.
Eleven compositions by the performers (Steve Norton, saxophones; Arthor Weinstein, guitars; Bob Ross, basses; and Curt Newton, drums). Produced by the Splatter Trio's Myles Boisen.   Debris Website: [DDD] Total Time: 60:38.
UPC # 017685-49272-3

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CRISPELL AT WOODSTOCK.
Marilyn Crispell, solo piano - the Woodstock Concert given on 21 April 1995. Four improvisations by Crispell, a song by Bill Evans and one by Annette Peacock: Await; In Lingering Air: a) How Not to An├Žsthetize Desire, b) Time Remembered; Gesture Without Plot: a) Nonetheless, b) Morning Pulses, c) Tune for Charlie, d) Apart; and Empty Sirens. [DDD] Total time: 57:26.
UPC # 017685-49292-1

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CRISPELL - CONTRASTS: LIVE AT YOSHI'S IN OAKLAND Marilyn Crispell, solo piano -- the "Contrasts" concert given on 27 June 1995. Compositions include: Contrasts, Gesture Without Plot (Annette Peacock); Dancing: a) Ruthie's Song, b) Turn Out the Stars (Bill Evans); Flutter; Professor of Air Science (Mark Helias); Cousin Judi: a) Little Chiquita, b) Time Remembered (Bill Evans); Starshine, The Night Has a Thousand Eyes (by Weisman, Garrett & Wayne). [DDD] Total time: 69:22

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HILLTOP VIEW - THE GLENN HORIUCHI ENSEMBLE.
Eight compositions by Glenn Horiuchi; with Glenn Horiuchi, piano/shamisen/voice; Roberto Miranda, bass; Jeanette Wrate, drums; also featuring William Roper, tuba/voice and Francis Wong, violin. [DDD] Total time: 62:35.
UPC # 017685-49352-2

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JOE ROSENBERG'S AFFINITY: A TRIBUTE TO ORNETTE COLEMAN WITH DEWEY REDMAN.
Six tunes by the legendary Ornette Coleman (Blues Connotation, Peace, Face of the Bass, The Sphinx, Beauty Is a Rare Thing, and Little Symphony), interpreted by his longtime associate Dewey Redman, tenor sax, with Joe Rosenberg, soprano sax, Michael Silverman, bass, and Bobby Lurie, drums. [DDD] Total time: 72:22.
UPC # 017685-49382-9

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JOE ROSENBERG'S AFFINITY: A TRIBUTE TO ERIC DOLPHY WITH BUDDY COLLETTE.
Includes Bee Vamp by Booker Little, Booker's Waltz by Eric Dolphy, Ode To Charlie Parker by Jaki Byard, Fire Waltz by Mal Waldron, Mendacity by C. Bayen and Max Roach, and So Long Eric by Charles Mingus; with Buddy Collette, alto sax & flute, Joe Rosenberg, soprano sax, Rob Sudduth, tenor sax, Michael Silverman, bass, and Bobby Lurie, drums. (DDD) Total time: 55:20.
UPC # 017685-49392-8

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THIS IS OUR LUNCH with AFFINITY.
Six compositions by Joe Rosenberg performed by Joe Rosenberg, soprano sax, Rob Sudduth, tenor sax, Michael Silverman, bass, and Bobby Lurie, drums. Total time: 71:01. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-49402-4

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THE BRAXTON/TEITELBAUM DUET: LIVE AT MERKIN HALL
The complete concert given at Merkin Hall, New York City, April 28, 1994, with Anthony Braxton, alto, soprano and sopranino saxophones; soprano, B-flat and contrabass clarinets; flute, and Richard Teitelbaum, Kurzweil K2000, keyboard/synthesizer/sampler, Macintosh Powerbook 160 running "Marx Brothers" interactive Max patch. Total time: 74:22 [DDD]
UPC # 017685-09492-7

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SATURN CYCLE: THE GRAEWE/REIJSEGER/HEMINGWAY TRIO Since starting the trio featured on this disc with Dutch cellist Ernst Reijseger and American drummer Gerry Hemingway in 1989, the German pianist Georg Graewe has made a number of internationally acclaimed trio recordings. He has also appeared as an inventive piano soloist as well as member of a new quintet with saxophonist Mats Gustaffson, trombonist Sebi Tramontana, bassist Mark Dresser, and drummer Mark Sanders. A previous recording by this trio on Music & Arts, View From Points West (CD-4820) was acclaimed in Europe and the Americas and is still in high demand.

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FIVE FROZEN EGGS with THE SCOTT FIELDS ENSEMBLE
7 compositions by Scott Fields performed by Marilyn Crispell, piano; Hamid Drake, percussion; Fields, guitar; & Hans Strum, double bass. (DDD)

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MOMENTS with the CANVAS TRIO  
Sixteen collective compositions of the Canvas Trio, performed by Joelle Leandre, bass, Carlos Zingaro, violin, and Rudiger Carl, clarinet and accordion. Total time: 54:47. [DDD]  UPC #0-17685-09992-2.

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PIANO MUSIC BY BLACK COMPOSERS.
WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Three Visions; HOWARD SWANSON: The Cuckoo; ROBERT NATHANIEL DETT: In The Bottoms; ULYSSES KAY: Inventions in g, in a & in C; JOHN WESLEY WORK, JR.: Big Bunch of Roses; WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Seven Traceries; OSCAR PETERSON: The Gentle Waltz; DUKE ELLINGTON: Come Sunday; SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR: Valse-Suite, Op. 71. Monica Gaylord, piano. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-07372-4

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JANE BUNNETT QUINTET LIVE AT SWEET BASIL
: Hole in One, You Don’t Know What Love Is, In Dew Time, For Merceditas—E Sol, Ginastera, Double Arc Jake. Jane Bunnett, soprano saxophone & flute; Larry Kramer, trumpet; Don Pullen, piano; Kieran Overs, bass & Billy Hart, drums. (DDD) UPC# 0-17685-08282-5

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INDIA COOKE: REDHANDED.
Six compositions by India Cooke, performed by India Cooke, violin, Lisle Ellis, acoustic bass, George Lewis, trombone, Larry Ochs, tenor and sopranino saxophones, Donald Robinson, drums, and Lee, percussion. Total time: 60:53. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-09512-2.

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DENNIS GONZALEZ: THE EARTH AND THE HEART.
The Earth and the Heart Suite by Dennis Gonzalez; A Simple Melody by Andrew Cyrille; Mountain City Hidden by Clouds by Alex Cline; Two for Mr. Bradford by Nels Cline; Overturned! by Gonzalez, Alex Cline, Nels Cline and Ken Filiano; and Everybody Solo by Mark Hewins. With Dennis Gonzalez, trumpet, voice, piano, and fluegelhorn; Andrew Cyrille, drums; Alex Cline, drums, percussion, and synthesizer; Nels Cline and Mark Hewins, guitars; and Ken Filiano, acoustic bass. Total time: 62:38. [DDD]
Previously released in 1991 by Konnex Records, Berlin, on CD # KCD5028. 
UPC # 017685-49602-8

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DISASTER AT SEA with THE SCOTT FIELDS ENSEMBLE.
Disaster at Sea, an Opera Seria for instrumental trio, composed by Scott Fields. With Scott Fields, electric guitar and dobro, Vincent Davis, drum kit and bongos, and Matt Turner, cello and mandocello. Total time: 63:40. [AAD]
UPC # 017685-49612-7

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MERCY with GLENN HORIUCHI TRIO and QUARTET, with JOSEPH JARMAN, GUEST ARTIST.
Includes seven compositions by Glenn Horiuchi, performed by the Glenn Horiuchi Trio: Glenn Horiuchi, piano/voice; Roberto Miranda, bass; Jeanette Wrate, drums; and an extended collective composition by the Jarman/Horiuchi/Wong Quartet, featuring Joseph Jarman, alto sax, Eb flute, shakuhachi, conch shell, hand percussion, and vocals; Glenn Horiuchi, piano, shamisen, hand percussion, and vocals; Francis Wong, tenor sax, flute, erhu, hand percussion, and vocals; and Elliot Humberto Kavee, trap drums, gongs, and cello. Total time: 64:09. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-49622-6

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CONNECTING SPIRITS: JOSEPH JARMAN and MARILYN CRISPELL.
Two compositions by Crispell, two by Jarman, two by both, and one by John Coltrane, performed by Marilyn Crispell, piano, and Joseph Jarman, saxophone. Recorded live during a Madison, Wisconsin, concert on 12 January 1996. Total time: 58:51. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-49642-4

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11 REASONS TO BEGIN: THE VINNY GOLIA-BERTRAM TURETZKY DUO.

Eleven compositions by the performers, Vinny Golia, woodwinds and ethnic aerophones, and Bertram Turetzky, contrabass. Total time: 70:42. [DDD]
UPC # 017685-49662-2

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GEORG GRAEWE: THE 1995 SAN FRANCISCO CONCERT.
GRAEWE: Gedaechtnisspuren (Traces of Memory): 7 Piano Pieces. One of Graewe's rare solo recitals, given 8 July 1995 in San Francisco. Total time: 42:30. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-49682-0

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LUMINOSITY: HOMAGE TO DAVID IZENZON with JOHN LINDBERG, SOLO BASS.
Eight original compositions by John Lindberg, one by Hammerstein/Romberg and two by David Izenzon. Total time: 52:23. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-09702-7.

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PILGRIMAGE with THE FRANCIS WONG QUARTET. Six compositions by Francis Wong (Pilgrimage, Quartet Pigeons, Taikoism, Bipolar Improvisation and Miniatures) performed by Francis Wong, leader, tenor saxophone, saxophone mouthpiece, shinobue, flute, violin; Glenn Horiuchi, piano, shamisen; Elliot Humberto Kavee, multiple percussion, cello; Royal Hartigan, multiple percussion. Total time: 56:21. [DDD]

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THE OTHER POCKET with JEFF SONG & LOWBROW. Nine improvisational pieces by Jeff Song and Lowbrow, performed by Song, bass guitars, Michel Gentile, flute, John Mettam, perscussion, Cuong Vu, trumpet, Matt Turner, cello and piano, and Dean Laabs, trumpet. Total time: 58:05. [DDD]

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PARALLEL LINES with THE FONDA-STEVENS GROUP.
Four compositions Michael Jefry Stevens, one by Joe Fonda, one by Harvey Sorgen, and two by the quintet formed by Joe Fonda, bass; Michael Jefry Stevens, piano; Harvey Sorgen, drum(s); Herb Robertson, trumpet; and Mark Whitecage, saxophone. Total time: 58:50. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-09792-8.

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THE MARCO ENEIDI-GLENN SPEARMAN CREATIVE MUSIC ORCHESTRA.
Four compositions by Marco Eneidi, one by Cecil Taylor, and one by Glenn Spearman, performed by an orchestra of 21 musicians led by the San Francisco area's celebrated Marco Eneidi, alto saxophone, and Glenn Spearman, tenor saxophone. Total time: 69:05. [DDD]

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IVORY BILL with DAN PLONSEY.
Music for solo and multiple saxophones by Charlie Parker, Vernon Duke, and Dan Plonsey. Performed via multi-track recording techniques on soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones and voice by Dan Plonsey. Total time: 64:46. [DDD]

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MARTY EHRLICH'S DARK WOODS ENSEMBLE: LIVE WOOD.
(Marty Ehrlich, winds; Erik Friedlander, cello; Mark Helias, bass), play twelve tunes recorded in March and April 1996 in Switzerland, Germany, and Holland on their triumphant European tour. All compositions by Marty Ehrlich except one by Julius Hemphill. (CD No. 1: 57:50; CD No. 2: 55:47). [DDD]
UPC # 0-17685-09862. 

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THE VINNY GOLIA QUINTET IN SEATTLE. DANTE NO LONGER REPENTS.
Five Compositions by Vinny Golia. Performed by Vinny Golia, winds, Rob Blakeslee, trumpet, flugelhorn & cornet, Tad Weed, piano, Michael Bisio, bass, and Billy Mintz, drums & percussion. Total time: 66:31. [DDD]

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DUST DEVIL with THE BILL HORVITZ BAND.
Six compositions by Bill Horvitz performed by Steve Adams, saxophones/bass flute; Joseph Sabella, drums; and Bill Horvitz, guitar. Total time: 56:44. [DDD] UPC #0-17685-09932-8.

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IVO PERELMAN: En Adir, Traditional Jewish Songs.

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SOUND HIERARCHY with THE IVO PERELMAN QUARTET.
Four lengthy collective works by The Ivo Perelman Quartet: Frozen Tears, Sound Hierarchy, Datchki Dandara, and Fragments. The Quartet consists of Ivo Perelman, tenor sax and mouthpiece; Marilyn Crispell, piano; Gerry Hemingway, drums and voice; and William Parker, bass. Total time: 56:37. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-09972-4.

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THE GUY-GUSTAFSSON-STRID TRIO with MARILYN CRISPELL, PIANO: THE FABLED 1996 RADIO SWEDEN CONCERT: gryffgryffgryffs.

Seven collective compositions by the performers, Mats Gustafsson, saxophones, Barry Guy, double bass, Raymond Strid, drums, and Marilyn Crispell, piano. Recorded 22 January 1996 by the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation in Stockholm. Total time: 64:49. [DDD]
UPC# 0-17685-10032-1.

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HERE BY NOW with BEN GOLDBERG TRIO.
Nine compositions by Ben Goldberg performed by his trio: Ben Goldberg, clarinet and bass clarinet, Trevor Dunn, bass, and Elliot Humberto Kavee, drums. Total time: 47:58. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-10042-0.

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STEPHEN DEMBSKI'S SONOTROPISM with SCOTT FIELDS ENSEMBLE.
"Sonotropism," a long composition by Stephen Dembski, and three brief collective works performed by Marilyn Crispell, piano; Scott Fields, electric guitar; Larry Ochs, sopranino and tenor saxophones; and Matt Turner, cello. Total time: 62:36. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-10072-7.

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ORBIT: THE GEISSER/MAZZOLA/ROB BROWN TRIO.
Seven compositions by Geisser and Mazzola performed by Rob Brown, alto saxophone & flute; Guerino Mazzola, grand piano, and Heinz Geisser, percussion. Total time: 71:04: [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-10152-6. 

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CHILDREN IN PERIL SUITE with THE ELLIS BAND. Children in Peril Suite by L.S. (formerly Lisle) Ellis is a suite of tone poems in two parts, conceived as an offering for all children who have suffered. Performed by L.S. Ellis, bass, with Joe McPhee, Marco Eneidi, and Peter Apfelbaum, winds, and Dana Reason, piano. Total time: 60:00. [DDD]
UPC #0-17685-10162-5.

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JOSEPH JARMAN AND FRIENDS
AT THE 1996 ASIAN AMERICAN JAZZ FESTIVAL IN SAN FRANCISCO. Pachinko Dream Track 10, with Joseph Jarman, flute, Francis Wong, saxophone/flute, Glen Horiuchi, piano/shamisen and Elliot Humberto Kavee, percussion. Four compositions: Another Space (B) (Jarman/Horiuchi/Wong/Kavee), Dew Drop (Horiuchi), Waters (Wong), and Pachinko Dream Track 10 (Jarman). (DDD) Total time: 56:40. UPC # 0-17685-10402-2

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