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Iannis Xenakis – Metastasis / Pithoprakta / Eonta

SIDE A

Metastasis 09:03

Pithoprakta 09:43

Conductor – Maurice Le Roux
Orchestra – Ensemble Instrumental De Musique Contemporaine De Paris

SIDE B


Eonta, part I 13:17


Eonta, part II 06:58

Conductor – Konstantin Simonovic
Piano – Yuji Takahashi
Trombone – G. Moisan, J. Toulon, M. Chapellier
Trumpet – L. Longo, P. Thibaut

© Le Chant Du Monde 1965 LDX-A-8368

Classwar Karaoke – 0026 Survey

David S. Ware Trio – Passage to Music

SIDE A

An Ancient Formula  6:00
(David S. Ware) DASWA Publishing Co. (SACEM)
David S. Ware tenor saxophone, William Parker bass, Marc Edwards drums

Ancient Visitors   7:30
(David S. Ware) DASWA Publishing Co. (SACEM)
David S. Ware tenor saxello, William Parker bass, Marc Edwards drums

Passage to Music  10:46
(David S. Ware) DASWA Publishing Co. (SACEM)
David S. Ware tenor saxophone, William Parker bass, Marc Edwards drums

SIDE B

African Secrets   10:47
(David S. Ware) DASWA Publishing Co. (SACEM)
David S. Ware tenor stritch, William Parker bass, Marc Edwards drums

The Elders Path  13:20
(David S. Ware) DASWA Publishing Co. (SACEM)
David S. Ware tenor saxophone, William Parker bass, Marc Edwards drums

 

The sessions were produced by David S. Ware and recorded digitally by David Baker,
with assistance from Angela Gomez, on April 4th and 5th, 1988 at A&R Recording, New York City.
The digital master was edited at A&R Recording by David Baker during April 1988.
The photographs throughout are by Raymond Ross. The album design and layout is by Jörgen Renhorn.
Executive producers for Silkheart Records are Keith Knox and FSMAB.

Silkheart Records / Storyville

SILKHEART SHLP-113

Printed in Switzerland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elliot Sharp / Soldier String Quartet – Tessalation Row

SIDE A

Tessalation Row   12:56
Digital   4:48

SIDE B

Diurnal  5:00
Ringtoss  2:54
Re/iterations  13:10

Composed and Produced by Elliot Sharp
Performed by The Soldier String Quartet

Laura Seaton_Violin
David Soldier_Violin
Ron Lawrence_Viola
Mary Wooten_Cello
Ratso B. Harris_Contrabass (5)

Recorded and Mixed at B.C.Studio, Martin Bisi engineer
Design: Robert Sietsema
Typography: Barbara Barg

The cover image is a Zapotec Indian design from the site of Monte Alban in the State of Oaxaca, Mexico.

© 1987 ZOAR MUSIC (BMI) p 1987 SST RECORDS
SST 129

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MACHINE GUN

SIDE A

In Court
The Opening of Entry
Fancy Products
Prancing in Your Bed

SIDE B

Muffy’s 1st Date
The .8 Factor
One for the Chipper
Trinity Rain
Hierocryptics

Thomas Chapin (Rage)_Sax, Flute
Bil Bryant_Acoustic and electric drums
Jair-Rohm Parker Wells_Electric bass
Robert Musso_Guitar, six string bass, ambient tapes
John Richey_Vocal cut-up’s, tapes

With guests:
Sonny Sharrock_Guitar
Karl Berger_Melodica, voice

Side A recorded live at the Court Tavern, N.B., N.J.
Side B recorded live at CBGB’s N.Y.C., except Trinty Rain recorded
at Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.
All tracks improvised
Produced by Robert Musso
Engineered by Tom Ruff
Mastered by Howie Weinbe
Cover design by Thi Linh Le
Special thanks: Mike Knuth, Brent Bismount.
Intratec Tec-9  Schematic Courtesy of Bill Laswell

© 1988. MU Records—-p1988.
Enemy Publishing.
MU Records.
MU1001

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ORNETTE COLEMAN – Love Call

SIDE A/B


Airborne  10:25


Check Out Time   08:20


Check Out Time [Alternative Version]  07:54


Open To The Public  08:03


Love Call  08:42


Love Call [Alternate Version]  05:30


Just For You  04:14

Ornette Coleman_alto saxophone, trumpet (5-7)
Dewey Redman_tenor saxophone
Jimmy Garrison_bass
Elvin Jones_drums

Produced by Francis Wolff
Produced for release by Michael Cuscuna
Recorded at A&R Studios, New York City on April 29 and May 7, 1968
Recording engineer: Dave Sanders
Remix engineer: Malcom Addey
Cover photo: Francis Wolff
Cover design: Havana

All Compositions by Ornette Coleman (Phrase Text Music ASCAP)

© p Capitol Records Inc. Blue Note
CDP 7 84356 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kowald / Smith / Sommer – Break The Shells

SIDE A


Unlost Time  7:58


Rastafari in the Universe   11:55

SIDE B


Break the Shells  17:53

BREAK THE SHELLS
Peter Kowald_bass
Leo Smith_trumpet, flugelhorn, flute, african thumb piano
Günter Sommer_drums, percussion, bells, organpipes

All compositions by Kowald/Smith/Sommer

Side A recorded Live at The Flöz in Berlin january 29th
Side B recorded in Drensteinfurt on may 5th 1981

Recorded and Produced by Jost Gebers
Cover photographs Dagmar Gebers
Cover design Kowald

Günter Sommer appears courtesy os VEB Deutsche Schall-Platten Berlin/DDR

Free Music Production
p 1982 FMP Records / Made in West Germany
FMP 0920

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Steve Lacy Quintet Live in Berlin – Follies

SIDE A

The Crust       13:28

The Throes    12:04

SIDE B

Esteem   10:13

Follies    12:47

Steve Lacy_soprano
Steve Potts_alto
Irene Aebi_cello
Kent Carter_bass
Oliver Johnson_drums

All Compositions by Steve Lacy
Produced by Steve Lacy and Jost Gebers

Recorded during the “WORKSHOP FREIE MUSIK 1977”
in Berlin/Academy of Arts, April 11th by Bernhard Arndt

Front Cover Artwork by Antoine Nicoglou
Backcover Photograph by Dagmar Gebers

®p FMP-RECORDS / Made in West-Germany

SAJ-18

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Julian Carrillo – Sonido 13 – Primer Concierto en Cuartos de Tono para Violin y Orquesta

SIDE A

SIDE B

 

Solista: Robert Gendre
Con el acompañamiento de la Orquesta Sinfonica Lamoureux de Paris.

Dirección: Julian Carrillo

ESTEREOFONICO
Las grabaciones fueron hechas por PHILIPS / Paris, Francia. (1963)

Sonido 13 México.
J-005

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