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    [#5006 2004] hemophiliac - '50th birthday celebration volume 6'
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Yamataka Eye/John Zorn :  50th Birthday Celebration Volume Ten-192kbs
Cat. # 5010
Released Jan 2005
cd time - 44:21
US Price $15.00

One of the most talked about and well attended shows of Zorn’s 50th
Birthday month was his much anticipated duo concert with Boredoms
mastermind, Yamataka Eye. Close friends and musical associates since 1985,
their love, respect and telepathic interplay was augmented on this occasion
by electronic technician Sawai Taeji, who responded to Eye’s sensor
movements via powerbook. Jewish Alchemy meets Japanese Shamanism in
this ritual performance of music and magic from two of the world’s most
unusual and unclassifiable adepts. Included as a bonus is a Quicktime video of
the performance accessible on your computer.

Yamataka Eye: Voice, Electronics
Fred Frith: Guitar
John Zorn: Alto Saxophone
Sawai Taeji: Technician

Hemophiliac : Hemophiliac (Tzadik Special Edition)192kbs
Cat. # 0001
Released Jun 2002
cd 1 time - 63:23
cd 2 time - 64:57
US Price $45.00

SOLD OUT! No Longer Available

"Limited edition 2 CD set of 2,500 copies worldwide - autographed by Zorn, Patton and Mori!!! Recorded in various locations, enclosed in bizarre packaging and bound to disappear quickly!!! This brutal alto sax/voice & effects/computer trio is incredibly intense live and these recordings capture their scary sonic storm."

This item was only available through the Tzadik and Ipecac websites and directly from Downtown Music Gallery . A Great Big THANK YOU to all of you who pre-ordered this limited item and made it possible!

Ikue Mori: Drum Machines, Electronics
Mike Patton: Voice, Electronics
John Zorn: Saxophone, Voice

Alvin Curran : Animal Behavior-192kbs
Cat. # 7001
Released 1995
cd time - 51:04
US Price $15.00

Alvin Curran, a persistant innovator in today's new music world, brings the whole environment into unpredictable focus through his sonic fireworks, sharp wit and timeless lyricism. Curran studied with Elliott Carter at Yale in the early 1960's and in 1966 co-founded the legendary Music Elettronica Viva with Richard Teitelbaum and Frederic Rzewski. He has composed for the Ursula Oppens, and is a close collaborator with the Trisha Brown Dance Company. He is a guest faculty member at the prestigious Mills College and has recordings available on the New Albian label.

William Winant, one of the world's leading avant-garde percussionist, has recorded with John Cage, Morton Feldman, John Zorn, Lou Harrison and Peter Garland, performed with Pierre Boulez, Kronos Quartet, Steve Reich and Naked City, and is a member of the Abel-Steinberg-Winant Trio.

Alvin Curran: Sampler, Piano
Donald Haas: Accordion
Roy Malan: Violin
Peter Wahrhaftig: Tuba
William Winant: Percussion

Bar Kokhba Sextet : 50th Birthday Celebration Volume Eleven - avg 212kbs
Cat. # 5011
Released Aug 2005
cd 1 time - 50:08
cd 2 time - 64:35
cd 3 time - 77:28
US Price $30.00

Bar Kokhba brings together six core members of the Masada family in a dynamic and versatile ensemble of strings and percussion. All the players were at their best on these nights. At times lush and lyrical, at times driving and powerful, but always filled with the intoxicating joy of music making, this long awaited release is a real treasure. Featuring one set from each of their three nights, the band begins relaxed and laid back and slowly builds to an intense unstoppable powerhouse. This is a rare chance to hear how the band grows over the course of an engagement—a special 3CD package containing some of Zorn’s most beautiful and exhilarating music. Sephardic exotica for young moderns.

John Zorn: Composer, Conductor
Cyro Baptista: Percussion
Joey Baron: Drums
Greg Cohen: Bass
Mark Feldman: Violin
Erik Friedlander: Cello
Marc Ribot: Guitar

Yuji Takahashi : Finger Light
Cat. # 7010
Released 1995
cd time - 53:38
US Price $15.00

One of the foremost pianists of the 20th century, Yuji Takahashi makes a long-awaited return to the piano on his composition "Yubi - Tomyo." Finger Light features Takahashi compositions for shamisen, double shamisen and sho (Japanese mouth organ), applying alternate techniques to these traditional instruments.

Takahashi first came to prominence as an avant garde composer in the early '60s 'New Directions' group along with Toshi Ichiyanagi and Kenji Kobayashi. After premiering Xenakis' piano work, Herma, which was dedicated to him, he studied stochastic music as Xenakis' sole pupil, between 1963-66. As a composer, he has worked in a wide range of forms: orchestral, operatic, improvisatory, computer music, traditional instruments and even popular. In 1978, he organized the Suigyu Band to perform Asian protest songs. As a pianist, Takahashi has recorded pieces by John Cage, Earle Brown, Roger Reynolds and Toru Takemitsu as well as his own music, and in the '70s he made extensive recordings of Bach, Satie and others for Denon. He has collaborated with avant garde artists including Musica Elettronica Viva, Ned Rothenberg, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Carl Stone and John Zorn. Although Takahashi has released over 100 albums in Japan, Finger Light is the first album of his own music on an American label.

Ishikawa Ko: Shô (mouth Organ)
Ayumi Shimonoto: Shamisen, Vocal
Kishiko Suzumi: Viola
Kazuko Takada: Shamisen (hosozao), Vocal, Shamisen
Yuji Takahashi: Piano
Yumiko Tanaka: Bass Shamisen (hutozao)
Vladimir Tonkha: Poetry Reading

Elliott Sharp : XenocodeX - 128kbs
Cat. # 7016
Released 1996
cd time - 49:17
US Price $15.00

The Soldier String Quartet performs compositions from the master of fractals: the psychedelic transformations of Xtopia and the dark jagged snapshots of Intifada.

Producer, composer, instrument builder, theoretician, multi-instrumentalist and one of the best-known personalities of the Downtown New York City scene, Elliott Sharp has led a variety of ensembles since 1979 including his long-running group Carbon, the Bootstrappers with Mike Watt and George Hurley, and his blues combo Terraplane. He has released albums on Homestead, SST. Zoar, Extreme, RecRec, Victo and other labels, and performs regularly in venues ranging from European concert halls to CBGBs. Tzadik is proud to present what we feel is one of Sharp's best and most important albums.

Since 1985, the Soldier String Quartet have been fusing the notions of chamber and popular music, introducing works by composers ranging from Xenakis to Amina Claudine Myers to Tom Cora, arranging songs by blues and popular artists such as Muddy Waters, Sly Stone and Tito Puente, and serving as the backing band for John Cale.

Elliott Sharp: Buchla Thunder, Fretless Guitar, Clarinet

The Soldier String Quartet
Dawn Buchholz: Cello
Regina Carter: Violin
Judith Insell: Viola
David Soldier: Violin


Gisburg : Shadows In The Sea-128kbs
Cat. # 7019
Released 1996
cd time - 41:19
US Price $15.00

Gisburg is an extraordinary young vocalist and composer, with influences ranging from Schoenberg to Jazz to Fluxus. She has performed in the ensemble of Dieter Schnebel and in the vocal duo Alli Gaa in Berlin and worked with Anthony Coleman, Marc Ribot, John Zorn and others in New York City.

Using texts by Majakowski, Plath and Fassbinder, Gisburg's second Tzadik CD continues her fascinating exploration of imaginary movie music. With a dramatic edge combining the smoky tones of Marlene Dietrich, the acrobatics of Cathy Berberian and an Ellingtonian sense of orchestration, she creates a unique compositional style that can't be pigeon-holed.

Christine Bard: Percussion
Anthony Coleman: Piano
Gisburg: Voice, Flute
Ron Lawrence: Viola
Jeff O'Malley: Narration
Midori Seiler: Violin
Guy Tyler: Bass


Bun-Ching Lam : ...Like Water - 128kbs
Cat. # 7021
Released 1997
cd time - 27:11
US Price $15.00

Bun-Ching Lam's extended composition "...Like Water" is an evocative and imaginative work, as sensuous as its title. A native of Macau, now living in New York City, Lam has studied composition with Roger Reynolds, Pauline Oliveros and Robert Erickson, and has been previously commissioned to compose for the Arditti String Quartet, Ursala Oppens and Fritz Hauser. Her acclaimed debut album Mountain Clear Water Remote was released on C.R.I. in 1996.

The redoubtable Abel/Steinberg/Winant Trio, dedicated to performances of music from the Americas, the Pacific Rim and Northwest Asia, is among the most important new music ensembles in the world, working with composers including Lou Harrison, Frederic Rzewski, Christian Wolff, Somei Satoh, Terry Riley, Fred Frith, Alvin Curran and Gordon Mumma.


The Abel / Steinberg / Winant Trio
David Abel: Violin, Viola
Julie Steinberg: Piano
William Winant: Percussion


Virgil Moorefield :
The Temperature in Hell is Over Three Thousand Degrees - 128kbs
Cat. # 7026
Released 1997
cd time - 45:24
US Price $15.00

Composer Virgil Moorefield was born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1956 and grew up primarily in Europe. Living in NY since 1975, Moorefield recorded and toured as a drummer with numerous rock bands and avant garde ensembles, including the Swans, Glenn Branca, Bill Laswell, Elliott Sharp and Damage. The music on this disc is a reflection of his recent interest in microtonality and in creating a music which is looser in structure than his previous works. Alternating between strict notation and passages which may be described by nothing more than a drawing - Virgil blends minimalism, microtonal tunings and improvisation to create a unique sound world of precision, movement and surprise. Taking his title from one of a series of ranting, religious leaflets, pasted to lampposts in Lower Manhattan, The Temperature in Hell is Over Three Thousand Degrees is one of this year's most exciting and adventurous musical projects.

Tom Chiu: Violin
David Eggar: Violoncello
Virgil Moorefield: DX 7 II, ARP 2600
Tim Otto: Baritone Sax, Clarinet, Bowed Guitar
Woody Pak: Fretless Guitar

Mark Dresser : Banquet - 192kbs
Cat. # 7027
Released 1997
cd time - 38:54
US Price $15.00

One of the world's greatest virtuoso bass players, Mark Dresser has worked with many of the greatest names in new music, including Anthony Davis, Diamanda Galas, Bob Ostertag and Anthony Braxton. A distinctive composer, he has created soundtracks for the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Bunuel's Un Chien Andalou, has been commissioned by the WDR Radio Orchestra in Cologne and the Banlieu Bleues Festival in Paris. This CD features two of Mark's most important recent works. Banquet is a double concerto for flute, bass and string quartet, featuring the Swiss flute virtuoso Matthias Ziegler and Mr. Dresser himself. Twisting timbres, jagged melodies and driving rhythms combine in this exciting work exploring extended instrumental techniques. Loss of the Innocents, written for the unusual combination of tuba, cello and clarinet, is a piece of haunting beauty. A kaddish for the victims of the TWA Flight 800, this poignant and lyrical memorial to two members of the Wayne Shorter family is a fitting coda to this brilliant collection of Mark Dresser's chamber compositions.

Mark Dresser: Contrabass
Mark Feldman: Violin
Erik Friedlander: Cello
Ron Lawrence: Viola
Sara Parkins: Violin
Marcus Rojas: Tuba
Chris Speed: Clarinet
Matthias Ziegler: Contrabass, Bass, Alto & Soprano Flutes, Piccolo With Matusi Membrane Head Joint

Daniel Goode : Tunnel-Funnel - 128kbs
Cat. # 7029
Released 1998
cd time - 43:28
US Price $15.00

Daniel Goode (1936), composer and clarinetist, was born in New York, studied philosophy, and then music with Henry Cowell, Otto Luening, Pauline Oliveros and Kenneth Gaburo. He is director of the Electronic Music Studio of Rutgers University, and co-director of the DownTown Ensemble, which he co-founded in New York in 1983.

Tunnel-Funnel, composed in 1985 is one of his most ambitious and exhilarating works. It was premiered in 1988 by the DownTown Ensemble conducted by David Gilbert, repeated at the New Music America in 1989 festival and at Bang On A Can Festival 1996 performed by the Crosstown Ensemble under Eric Grunin.

Trains have been a large part of Dan's dream and fantasy life: "A funnel is a tunnel seen in perspective, and it is a focusing device. When reversed it's a telescope which magnifies, putting a more generous space around each thing magnified."

Tzadik is proud to release the first recording of this important work, produced and supervised by the composer himself.

Daniel Goode: Composer
Richard Cohen: Soprano Saxophone
Ronald Krentzman: Clarinet
Peter Standaart: Flute
Kathleen Supové: Piano
Libby Van Cleve: Oboe

The Crosstown Ensemble
Tom Chiu: Violin
Jay Elfenbein: Bass
Matt Goeke: Cello
Jonathan Greenberg: Trombone
Eric Grunin: Conductor
George Hoyt: Trombone
Thomas Hutchinson: Trombone
Gregor Kitzis: Violin
Paula Laundry: Flute, Alto Flute
Jim Pugliese: Percussion
Michael Seltzer: Trombone
Gen Shinkai: Flute, Alto Flute
Pamela Sklar: Flute, Alto Flute, Bass Flute
Diane Taublieb: Flute, Alto Flute, Piccolo
Liuh-Wen Ting: Viola

Milford Graves : Grand Unification - 192kbs
Cat. # 7030
Released 1998
cd time - 64:07
US Price $15.00

Professor, herbalist, healer, Milford Graves is first and foremost one of the world's great geniuses of the drum. Rarely heard live, even more rarely found in the studio, a new recording by Milford Graves is a special event. Long overdue, this is the CD that free jazz fans and every drummer in the world has been waiting for: his music for solo drums. Intense, shooting off in all directions at once and yet always firmly rooted in the tradition, Tzadik is proud to release this important and historic solo recording by one of the world's legendary drum masters.

Milford Graves: Solo Percussion
Bun-Ching Lam : The Child God - 128kbs
Cat. # 7031
Released 1998
cd time - 51:21
US Price $15.00

Bun-Ching Lam was born in Macao and holds a Ph.D in composition from the University of California at San Diego. She is the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships including most recently the treasured Rome Prize for Composition.

For her second Tzadik recording, she has assembled some of the greatest traditional music performers of China and matched them with some of New York's most creative instrumentalists in creating a beautiful and lyrical meeting of western art music and Chinese troubadour traditions. Her mini-opera, The Child God written as a shadow-play, incorporates spoken narration, instrumental music and tenor songs, and is based on a Ming Dynasty mystical novel The Creation Of The Gods. It tells the story of No Cha, from his miraculous birth, to the discovery of his own supernatural powers through various adventures which bring danger to his parents' lives. Adventurous, charming and delightful.

Michelle Kinney: Cello
Bun-Ching Lam: Conductor
Michael Lowenstern: Bass Clarinet
Wu Man: Pipa/Zheng
Chen Shi-Zheng: Tenor
Ron Sopyla: Narrator
Chen Tao: Di/xun
Danny Tunick: Percussion

Fred Frith : Pacifica - 192kbs
Cat. # 7034
Released 1998
cd time - 75:20
US Price $15.00

Pacifica is a major new composition by the world-famous guitarist, improvisor and composer, Fred Frith. Over an hour in length and composed for a large ensemble of winds, strings and percussion, Pacifica sets the poetry of Pablo Neruda into a seductive and hypnotizing sound world that slowly metamorphoses into something altogether different. Lyrical written passages, inspired improvisations, sensual vocals and provocative sound effects all come together into a fascinating whole - one of Fred Frith's most brilliant orchestral creations.

Paolo Angeli: Prepared Guitar
Olivia Bignardi: Clarinet, Bass Clarinet
Daniela Cattivelli: Alto Sax
Ferdinando D'Andria: Trumpet, Violin
Silvia Fanti: Accordion
Filomena Forleo: Piano
Pierangelo Galantino: Violin, Double Bass
Lelio Giannetto: Double Bass
Margareth Kammerer: Voice
Claudio Lanteri: Prepared Guitar
Andrea Martignoni: Percussion
Mario Martignoni: Percussion
Salvatore Panu: Trombone
Tiziano Popoli: Keyboards
Giorgio Simbola: Trombone
Massimo Simonini: Records, Tapes, CDs
Pino Urso: Percussion
Nicola Zonca: Marimba
Stefano Zorzanello: Flute, Piccolo, Soprano Sax

Norman Yamada : Being and Time
Cat. # 7035
Released 1998
cd time - 75:20
US Price $15.00

Norman Yamada is a brilliant young composer who has worked with Anthony
Coleman, Marc Ribot, the Crosstown Ensemble, the Agon Orchestra and was
previously heard on the Avant CD by Rough Assemblage. Being And Time,
the first CD dedicated to his compositions for small ensembles is an atavistic
exploration of rock gestures, ambient noise and today's post-modern malaise.
A unique compositional statement from a new generation of genre-busting
musical thinkers.

Kyle Adams: Piano
Christine Bard: Percussion
Kenji Samuel Coleman-Yamada: Voice
Jay Elfenbein: Bass
Mark Ettinger: Conductor
J.D. Foster: Guitar
Eliza Gagnon: Reader
Marka Gustavsson: Viola
Benjamin Harrington: Trombone
Tom Hoyt: Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet
Ariane Lallemand: Cello
Margaret Lancaster: Flute, Piccolo
Chris Lightcap: Bass
Ted Mook: Cello
Chris Nappi: Percussion
Jim Pugliese: Percussion
Marc Ribot: Guitar
Adam Rogers: Electric Guitar
Theresa Salomon: Violin
Tim Smith: Bass Clarinet
Mark Stewart: Guitar
Doug Wieselman: E-flat Clarinet
Allen Won: Alto Saxophone
Norman Yamada: Fan, Organ, Shortwave Radio, Conductor

Teiji Ito : King Ubu
Cat. # 7036
Released 1998
cd time - 75:20
US Price $15.00

The first release of Ito's original 1961 recordings, authorized by the composer's estate.

Teiji Ito was one of contemporary music's most elusive mavericks. Born in Tokyo in 1935, he moved to NY at the age of six, and by 1952, at the age of seventeen, he was already composing music for the influential avant-garde film work of Maya Deren. Accompanying her to Haiti in 1955, Ito learned ceremonial and secular drumming techniques from the legendary Haitian musician Coyote. Applying these principles to his knowledge of traditional Japanese music, contemporary classical and African traditions, Ito's scores are a shocking precursor to today's cutting-edge composers. King Ubu, originally written for a 1961 NY production of Alfred Jarry's pre-dadaist masterpiece, is a delightful and eclectic score filled with sly humor and ingenious dramatic effects. Intermixing a wide range of traditional and ethnic instruments, all of which are performed with great skill by the composer himself on this rare original recording, Ito's score to King Ubu establishes him as one of the most extraordinary and personal composers in the NY underground.

Teiji Ito: All Instruments


Gisburg : Trust
Cat. # 7038
Released Oct 1998
cd time - 43:18
US Price $15.00

Gisburg's newest Tzadik recording couples two masterful compositions onto one disc. Her heartfelt opera for solo voice about the ups and downs of doomed and obsessive love is one of her most personal and striking compositional statements to date, a powerful combination of stark emotional content, minimalist melody and narrative charm. "Anna" shows Gisburg's profound command of classic instrumental writing - a lush and dramatic string quartet performed by the brilliant Cassatt Quartet.

Gisburg: Voice
Bernhard Rothschadl: Text

Cassatt String Quartet
Jennifer Leshnower: Violin
Kelley Mikkelsen: Cello
Michiko Oshima: Viola
Muneko Otani: Violin

Alvin Curran : Theme Park
Cat. # 7039
Released Nov 1998
cd time - 47:21
US Price $15.00

Performed by virtuosic madman William Winant, who has worked with John Cage, Anthony Braxton, Mr. Bungle, Pierre Boulez, Steve Reich, Thurston Moore, Terry Riley, Cecil Taylor and countless others, Theme Park is a major new work by Alvin Curran and one of the most dynamic solo percussion compositions of the decade.

Coupled with a kaleidoscopic tribute to jazz giant Charlie Parker, this newest CD by one of today's most important musical pioneers incorporates minimalism, structuralism and post-modernism into an exhilarating new aggregate.

Wild sounds, wit and passion to celebrate the opening of the 21st century.

William Winant: Percussion


Mark DeGliAntoni : Horse Tricks
Cat. # 7042
Released Apr 1999
cd time - 39:41
US Price $15.00

Mark DeGliAntoni, the talented sampler magician for the pop group Soul Coughing studied composition at the Manhattan School of Music and released his first recording in 1995 on the Avant label as part of the experimental composer collective Rough Assemblage. Horse Tricks is his first solo release and features many of his acclaimed musical colleagues in a variety of musical contexts showcasing the wide range of Mark's compositional interests.

From instrumental trip-hop and rhythm tracks to ambient, minimalist and pieces of startling compositional complexity – Mark's astounding virtuosity, mastery of new media and instrumental inventiveness is sure to surprise and delight both diehard fans and newcomers alike.

Joe Bini: Vocals
Anthony Coleman: Keyboard
M. Doughty: Keyboard
Yuval Gabay: Drums
Elliot Smith: Vocals, Piano
Alan & Mimi Sparhawk: Vocals
Sebastian Steinberg: Bass


Jerry Hunt : Song Drapes
Cat. # 7045
Released Jun 1999
cd time - 73:19
US Price $15.00

Born in Waco, Texas, Jerry Hunt was a friend of Jack Ruby, a pianist in strip clubs, a student of the occult and founder of his own mail order church at the age of 13. Jerry Hunt was also one of the great pioneers of live electronic music performance. Very much a modern-day shaman, he designed most of his own equipment and used it in unique ways to create backdrops for his magical performances that referred to, among many other things, exotic ritual, the esoteric traditions of Rosicrucianism, Aleister Crowley and modern science. The Song Drapes were some of Jerry's last and greatest creations—and this special first release, authorized by the Hunt estate, includes performances by two of Jerry's closest friends and collaborators, vocalist Shelley Hirsch and perfomance artist Karen Finley, and one track featuring the popular vocalist Mike Patton.

Karen Finley
Shelley Hirsch
Jerry Hunt
Mike Patton


Eric Qin : Photographs: 1988–1993
Cat. # 7081
Released Sep 2002
cd time - 49:10
US Price $15.00

This long awaited release completes a trilogy of CDs documenting the young composer collective Rough Assemblage. Active in the early 1990s out of Mannes College of Music, this trio of like-minded musicians also included Norman Yamada (Being in Time, TZ 7035) and Mark Degliantoni (Horse Tricks, TZ 7042). The tragic death of Eric Qin in 1993 ended the project, but in the following years efforts were made to collect and record Qin's extant remaining compositions. Photographs: 1988–1993 is the exciting result. Meticulously researched and detailed, these pieces show an astonishing variety and maturity. We can only guess where Eric's music may have gone, but these touching recordings, filled with passion and tenderness are a fitting tribute to this very young and very creative musical mind. Produced and organized by Norman Yamada.

Christine Bard: Radios
Frank Cassara: Muted Nipple Gongs
Dominic Donato: Muted Nipple Gongs
Mark Ettinger: Radios
Beth Anne Hatton: Soprano
Wolfram Koessel: Cello
Jacqueline Leclair: Oboe
Wayne du Maine: Trumpet
Jim Pugliese: Radios
Eric Qin: Piano
Tom Sauer: Piano
Vita Wallace: Violin
Ishmael Wallace: Piano

Brentano String Quartet
Misha Amory: Viola
Serena Canin: Violins
Nina Maria Lee: Cello
Mark Steinberg: Violins


Glenn Spearman : Blues For Falasha
Cat. # 7130
Released Jan 1999
cd time - 46:00
US Price $15.00

The question of identity has historically played a large role in the survival of the Jewish people and had special significance to free jazz tenor titan Glenn Spearman, as the son of an African-American father and a Jewish mother.

Before his death of cancer in October 1998, Spearman became involved in a deep exploration of his Jewish roots, a journey that expresses itself musically in Blues For Falasha, his last and most adventurous recorded composition. This powerful meeting of Jewish and African-American traditions features Spearman’s landmark group "The Double Trio" in a long, visionary work composed especially for the Tzadik Jewish series. We all mourn the loss of this talented and dedicated musician. His work helps keep him alive to us for all time.

Chris Brown: Piano, Prepared Piano
Lisle Ellis: Bass
Larry Ochs: Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Donald Robinson: Drums, Percussion
Glenn Spearman: Tenor Saxophone, Voice
William Winant: Drums, Percussion, Tympani


Zahava Seewald and Psamim : KOVED - A Tribute to Martin Weinberg
Cat. # 7177
Released Mar 2003
cd time - 51:58
US Price $15.00

Whether singing in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino or French, Zahava Seewald is one of the most accomplished and soulful vocalists in the modern Jewish music scene. Following up on her very successful Tzadik debut Abi Gezint!, her latest recording takes a traditional klezmer repertory into a dynamic world mixing gypsy violins and Kurt Weill cabaret. Dedicated to the creative arranger/performer Martin Weinberg, whose premature death robbed Jewish music of one of its guiding lights, KOVED is a passionate blend of tradition and modernity.

Tuur Florizoone: Accordion
Estelle Goldfarb: Violin
Didier Laloy: Diatonic Accordion
Walter Popeliers: Bass
Zahava Seewald: Vocals

bible launcher - bible launcher (WITHDRAWN)[#7402(A)]
( the Tzadik edition of the Bible Launcher CD is no longer available [NLA].
It was withdrawn due to legal issues. A revised edition was later released on
the Radical House label. The Tzadik catalog # for it was re-assigned to the
Ken Butler 'Voices Of Anxious Objects' CD. We refer to this as 7402(A) and
the Butler CD as 7402(B) on the list for completists' edification)
the only release that was pulled from Tzadik as soon as it came out, for fear
of retribution from preachers and hookers whose voices were sampled
without permission.
Featuring 99 on vocals & sax, Donald Miller on guitars, Mark Marinoff on
reeds & Jew's harp, Naval Cassidy & Akio Mokuno on samplers, Shazad
Ismaily on bass, Ray Sage & Michael Evans on drums and special guest
Brother Russell Scholl on acoustic guitar.

a r t i s t : Mr. Dorgon
t i t l e : God Is Greatest
d a t e : 2005
l a b e l : Tzadik (TZ 740
g e n r e : Avantgarde
r l s. d a t e : June/2005
t r a c k s : 04
b i t r a t e : VBRkbps
s i z e : 85,2 MB

Four pieces of electronic madness by one of the certifiable
outsiders of the New York downtown scene, who is now residing
in San Francisco. A multi-instrumentalist and visionary
composer in the world of intuitive and counter-intuitive music
known for years only to hardcore collectors of fringe esoterica
through the limited issue of cassettes, vinyl and CDs on his
private label Jumbo, this is Mr. Dorgon's first major release,
and one of his best. Extreme turntable/electronic compositions
that will surely make you scream with delight and pain.

01-BagpipeVinylVersion [17:15]
02-Memorialday [18:13]
03-Spicy [02:33]
04-BustUpshot [14:09]
52:10 min

Frank London : The Debt
Cat. # 7507
Released 1997
cd time - 70:43
US Price $15.00

Frank London, a major voice in today's Jewish music renaissance, who has worked with the likes of LLCool J, LaMonte Young, Jane Siberry and Gal Costa, is a trumpetist, composer, arranger and musical scholar of startling range and creativity. The Debt, the first compilation of his work for film is the best place to jump into his musical universe containing as it does the widest variety of his musical obsessions. Latin grooves, burning jazz arrangements in the style of Charles Mingus, quirky experimental tracks, classical chamber compositions, moody sound pieces, funky bachelor pad music and a gorgeous suite scored for six female voices, over forty of New York's greatest musicians are brought here in a variety of ensembles to make this one of the most exciting and eclectic releases, by one of the most active musicians in the downtown scene.

Pablo Aslan
Marion Beckenstein
Lisa Bielawa
Danny Blume
Eileen Clark
Anthony Coleman
Mark Dresser
Mark Feldman
Karen Goldfeder
Aaron Heick
David Krakauer
David Licht
Sheryll Marshall
John Medeski
Alexandra Montano
Robert Musso
Kevin Norton
Boris Rayskin
Dave Rick
Bill Ruyle
Sebastian Steinberg
Tomas Ulrich
and others


Doug Wieselman : Dimly Lit: Collected Soundtracks 1996-2002
Cat. # 7515
Released Aug 2003
cd time - 47:06
US Price $15.00

Born in L.A., Doug Wieselman has drifted back and forth from coast to coast most of his creative life, working with many of the country's greatest underground musicians. On the West Coast he has been co-leader of the San Francisco-based Kamikaze Ground Crew since 1983, musical director and composer for the Flying Karamazof Brothers and is a frequent collaborator with Wayne Horvitz in Seattle. In New York, he has been a veteran of bands led by, among others, Lou Reed, John Lurie and Anthony Coleman. The music here includes his score for the Oscar-winning documentary Long Way Home and features rare demos and new recordings of soundtrack compositions rearranged especially for Tzadik. A very special release by one of the most versatile musicians in the downtown scene.

Jon Birdsong: Tuba
Charles Burnham: Violin
Anthony Coleman: Piano
Trevor Dunn: Bass
Don Falzone: Bass
Jim Pugliese: Drums
Ted Reichman: Accordion
Jane Scarpantoni: Cello
Jenny Scheinman: Violin
Doug Wieselman: Guitars, Bass Clarinet, Drum Machine, Ocarina, Percussion, Harmonica, Woodwinds, Samples


Various Artists : Hallelujah, Anyway - Remembering Tom Cora
Cat. # 7602
Released May 1999
cd 1 time - 73:05
cd 2 time - 71:54
US Price $25.00

Tom Cora’s premature death in 1997 was a tragic blow to contemporary music. One of the founding members of the downtown improvising scene, Tom was a vital member of some of the most important cutting-edge groups of the past twenty years, including Skeleton Crew, The Ex, Curlew, John Zorn’s game pieces and Eugene Chadbourne’s pre-Shockabily projects.

This special 2-CD set memorial features poignant tributes by many of Tom’s most distinguished collaborators, new recordings of Tom’s most memorable compositions, and some of Tom’s most important recordings, creating an exciting and vivid portrait of one of the most original musicians in new music.

All profits from this set will go directly to Tom Cora's surviving family.

Amy Denio/Jeroen Visser
Shock Exchange
Skeleton Crew
The Ex
The Ululating Mummies
Chris Cochrane
Tom Cora
Lesli Dalaba
Fred Frith
Gerry Hemingway
Wayne Horvitz
Catherine Jauniaux
Umezu Kazutoki
Zeena Parkins
John Zorn
and others


Derek Bailey/Jamaaladeen Tacuma/Calvin Weston : Mirakle
Cat. # 7603
Released Mar 2000
cd time - 70:48
US Price $15.00

Harmolodic Noise Funk for the 21st Century. The godfather of improvisation in a freewheeling trio with the legendary Philly rhythm section of Jamaaladeen Tacuma and Calvin Weston, friends for over thirty years and veterans of Ornette Coleman’s Prime Time, John Lurie’s Lounge Lizards and various Blood Ulmer projects. Noise has never sounded so in tune, funk has never sounded so fucked up. You’ve never heard a meeting like this before, nor are you likely to again. Intense, fascinating and howlingly funny.

Derek Bailey: Guitar
Jamaaladeen Tacuma: Bass
Calvin Weston: Drums


Wadada Leo Smith : Kabell Years 1971-1979
Cat. # 7610
Released Feb 2004
US Price $50.00

From 1971–1979 Wadada Leo Smith released four albums on his own, privately pressed label Kabell. Under the supervision of the composer, this material has now been collected, remastered and coupled with over two hours of unreleased bonus tracks, including the second set of the influential Reflectativity concert and the legendary Mapenzi solo concert from 1976. Complete with a twenty-eight page booklet featuring session photos and tributes from musical associates such as George Lewis, Alvin Singleton, Larry Ochs, Anthony Davis, Bobby Naughton, Henry Kaiser and John Zorn, this is an essential collection from the peak period of one of Creative Music’s most important composer/performers.

Pheeroan ak Laff
Wes Brown
Anthony Davis
Oliver Lake
Wadada Leo Smith


Xtatika : Tongue Bath
Cat. # 7701
Released Jun 2001
cd time - 47:07
US Price $15.00

New Tzadik Oracles series is proud to begin with the unique visions of singer/songwriter Haena Kim. Featuring hypnotic, trippy vocals, nasty electric bass and two driving Korean percussionists, this is a band that opens up an exciting new world of sound. You’ve never heard anything like Xtatika—a magical blend of alternative rock with Korean traditional music. Pansori via Nine Inch Nails.

Kyungwook Jung: Changgo, Kwenggari, Tinsya
Haena Kim: Vocals, Kwenggari, Tinsya
Vongku Pak: Puk, Kwenggari, Changgo, Bowls
Masaki Yamagata: Bass, Ebow

Mephista : Black Narcissus
Cat. # 7704
Released Mar 2002
cd time - 58:36
US Price $15.00

Three of downtown’s most dynamic performers join forces to form Mephista—one of the first all women supergroups (Susie Ibarra, Sylvie Courvoisier, and Ikue Mori). Separately these three have worked with some of the most important musicians in new music (Derek Bailey, Wadada Leo Smith, Pauline Oliveros, William Parker, John Zorn, Fred Frith, Mike Patton, Dave Douglas, etc.)—together they have created a whole new kind of music spanning the worlds of rock, classical, jazz and electronica. Sensitive, powerful and exotic, Black Narcissus is an instant classic of improvisation from the heart of the modern women’s movement.

Sylvie Courvoisier: Piano
Susie Ibarra: Drums
Ikue Mori: Electronics


Shelley Hirsch : The Far In, Far Out Worlds of Shelley Hirsch
Cat. # 7705
Released Nov 2002
cd time - 68:48
US Price $15.00

Vocal acrobat, improviser, raconteur, chanteuse, composer and so much more, Brooklyn born Shelley Hirsch has been a central figure in the downtown scene since the mid ’70s, collaborating with just about every important figure in new music. This special collection brings together many of her most important pieces, now sounding better than ever in remastered, updated definitive versions. Including hard-to-find recordings, rare live performances and new pieces never before available, The Far In, Far Out Worlds of Shelley Hirsch is the ultimate collection of one of the most original and charismatic vocalists of our time.

Michael Bollin: Viola
Mich Gerber: Double Bass
Shelley Hirsch: Vocals, Text, Electronic Processing, Percussion
Simon Hostettler: Drum Programming, Keyboards, Typewriter, Percussion
Stephen Housewright: Spoken Male Voice
Jerry Hunt: Electronic Music
Sybilla Leuenberger: Violin
Max Lyandvert: Live Sound Design
Christian Schneider: Cello
Misa Stefanovic: Violin
Aida Vidzer: Spoken Interjections
David Weinstein: Keyboards


Cyro Baptista : Beat the Donkey
Cat. # 7608
Released Oct 2002
cd time - 45:29
US Price $15.00

Madman virtuoso Cyro Baptista has played with an incredible range of musicians, from Paul Simon, Wynton Marsalis, Cassandra Wilson and Herbie Hancock to Medeski, Martin and Wood, Phish and Sting. A distinctive composer and vocalist in his own right, Beat the Donkey is his most exciting and longest running project.

An astounding live show rivaling Stomp! and Blue Man Group, in combining theater, dance and the martial arts with dynamic percussion music from around the world and soulful vocals, Cyro Baptista’s Beat the Donkey is a wild and hilarious party for the ears.

Jorge Alabé
Cyro Baptista
Sergio Brandão
Kevin Briet
Francisco Centeno
Tisza Coelho
Anat Cohen
Viva De Concini
Toninho Ferragutti
Erik Friedlander
Kristina Kanders
Tim Keiper
Romero Lubambo
Nilson Matta
Zé Maurici
Max Pollack
Marc Ribot
Cabello Rolim
Jamie Saft
Vanessa Saft
Peter Scherer
Luciana Souza
Tomer Tzur
Amir Ziv
John Zorn


Derek and the Ruins : Saisoro
Cat. # 7205
Released 1995
cd time - 55:58
US Price $15.00

Saisoro is a rare meeting of the British guitarist Derek Bailey, one of the world's foremost improvisers, and the amazing Japanese rock band Ruins, who have never before improvised on album. Bailey and Ruins drag each other kicking and screaming into never-before-explored musical territory.

One of the most important musical innovators of the '60s, Derek Bailey's original improvisational style and unorthodox guitar technique has had a profound influence on new music. He has recorded over one hundred albums and was a member of the Music Improvisations Company and the Spontaneous Music Ensemble. As leader/organizer of Company, he has played with hundreds of improvisers ranging from Anthony Braxton to Lee Konitz, from Cecil Taylor to Buckethead.

Ruins are masters of quick-change, stop/start tempos, time-signatures and textures. Hardcore, psych, heavy metal, art rock, funk and lots more - if Ruins have heard it, they are likely to incorporate it into their music.

Derek Bailey: Guitar
Masuda Ryuichi: Bass
Yoshida Tatsuya: Drums, Voice


Jacques Coursil : Minimal Brass
Cat. # 8016
Released Apr 2005
cd time - 32:35
US Price $15.00

The first recording since 1969 from one of the legends of the New York experimental music scene who has collaborated with Anthony Braxton, Sunny Murray, Perry Robinson, Albert Ayler and many others. After two astounding albums incorporating serial techniques into the angry energy of free jazz, Jacques Coursil dropped out of the music scene and returned to his native Martinique to teach linguistic theory…but he never stopped playing and never lost his connection to the music. Minimal Brass is a new beginning for this remarkable maverick, a fabulous suite incorporating sound, noise and texture into a swirling masterpiece of overdubbed trumpets. Circular breathing, French philosophy and soulful lyricism from one of modern music’s lost masters.

Jacques Coursil: Trumpet


Bill Brovold : Childish Delusions
Cat. # 7058
Released May 2000
cd time - 47:16
US Price $15.00

The mastermind behind the powerful band Larval, and a veteran of the early Rhys Chatam orchestras, Bill Brovold's complex compositions smash the borders of rock and classical music. Highly structured and meticulously crafted, these quirky sound sculptures jump from mood to mood—from Zappa to Henry Cow, the Zen Vikings to Glenn Branca, Brovold has created a powerful new instrumental rock that tells a story.

Matt Bauder: Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet
Bill Brovold: Loops, Guitars, Steel Guitar, Bass, Percussion, Vocals
Nick Collins: Piano
Shumit Das Gupta: Bass
Genevieve Padgett: Cello
Marco Smith: Drums
Mike Smith: Violin
Toby Summerfield: Guitar, Bass
Josh Tillingast: Bass
Kurt Zimmerman: Violin

Jose Maceda : Gongs and Bamboo
Cat. # 7067
Released Jul 2001
cd time - 69:30
US Price $15.00

The first release outside Japan of music by one of the the most original and underappreciated composers in contemporary music. Born 1900 in the Phillipines, Maceda has been creating remarkable compositions, often for large ensembles of the same instrument for fifty years. This CD brings together three very different pieces from his enormous catalog. The hypnotic Suling-Suling is scored for an ensemble of forty bamboo flutes, Colors Without Rhythm is one of his most dynamic orchestral compositions—performed brilliantly by the Manila Symphony Orchestra under the direction of the composer. Pagsamba is one of the strangest masses ever written for gongs, voices and bamboos, recorded live in an open air temple in the Phillipines. An incredibly exciting release of rarely heard music by a rarely heard from composer.

Jose Maceda Ensemble
Manila Symphony Orchestra
Mills College Ensemble


Ned Rothenberg : Ghost Stories
Cat. # 7061
Released Aug 2000
cd time - 61:21
US Price $15.00

A downtown mainstay for twenty years, composer/multi-woodwind performer Ned Rothenberg makes his Tzadik debut with a stunning CD of chamber music. Acclaimed for work in a wide variety of contexts from the multi-metric funk of his Double Band to the large chamber jazz of Power Lines, Rothenberg here shows both range and focus in works for unprecedented instrumentations that have epic scope. Asian and western instruments combine in scores mixing improvised solo features with through-composed ensembles. Ghost Stories is one of Rothenberg's most accomplished works.

Erik Friedlander: Cello
Riley Lee: Shakuhachi
Ned Rothenberg: Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Shakuhachi
Satoshi Takeishi: Percussion
Min Xiao-Fen: Pipa


Peter Scherer : Cronologia
Cat. # 7502
Released 1996
cd time - 39:25
US Price $15.00

Evocative sound-scapes by an imaginative Swiss-born producer/composer who has worked with Caetano Veloso, Nana Vasconcelos, Laurie Anderson and choreographer Amanda Miller, and collaborated with Arto Lindsay as the Ambitious Lovers from 1984-91. Scherer's first solo album, Very Neon Pet, was released by EMI in 1995. Cronologia features harpist Zeena Parkins and the brilliant Brazilian percussionists Nana Vasconcelos and Cyro Baptista.

Peter Scherer: Composer
Cyro Baptista: Percussion
Frank Menusan: Sitar
Zeena Parkins: Electric Harp
Nana Vasconcelos: Percussion

Nana Vasconcelos : Fragments - Modern Tradition
Cat. # 7506
Released 1997
cd time - 42:47
US Price $15.00

The world's foremost Brazilian percussionist, Nana's stunning virtuosity is matched only by the originality of his compositional vision.The music here ranges from his trademark solo music to ensemble pieces featuring some of his favorite collaborators, among them Cyro Baptista and Egberto Gismonti, including a lovely piece for string orchestra.

Nana's seductive voice and percussion is on the forefront throughout, weaving in and out of this delightful collection of award-winning film scores.

Cyro Baptista: Pandeiro
Cidinho: Accordion
Jim Cruz: Flute
Pamela Driggs: Vocals
Egberto Gismonti: Strings
Romero Lubambo: Guitar
Rogerio: Bass
Nana Vasconcelos: Percussion

Evan Lurie : How I Spent My Vacation
Cat. # 7509
Released 1998
cd time - 50:42
US Price $15.00

A veteran of New York's downtown scene, founding member of the infamous Lounge Lizards and a gifted composer, arranger and pianist, Evan Lurie has been the composer of choice for dozens of directors over the past ten years, adding a new dimension to dozens of film classics from Roberto Benini's Il Diccolo Diavolo and Il Mostro to Cindy Sherman's Office Killer.

For his first Tzadik release he has assembled an eclectic collection of some of his favorite film scores, all of which appear on CD here for the first time. Sensuous chamber music, a swinging suite for Jazz septet and two gorgeous pieces for solo piano. Modern, lyrical and heartfelt.
Ikue Mori : B/Side
Cat. # 7508
Released 1998
cd time - 41:41
US Price $15.00

Ikue Mori's electric percussion is quite simply some of the most original and exciting work happening in electronic music today.

For her third Tzadik release, Ikue has assembled a varied collection of her most interesting tracks originally recorded for use in the films of award winning avant garde filmmaker Abigail Child. Erik Friedlander, Zeena Parkins, Anthony Coleman and Kato Hideki are just a few of the musicians featured in this remarkable recording. Latin rhythms, ambient soundscapes, industrial intensity and infectious melodies from one of the world's greatest musical innovators.

Anthony Coleman: Organ
Erik Friedlander: Cello
Andy Haas: Didjeridu
Hideki Kato: Bass
Ikue Mori: Sampler, Drum Machines
Zeena Parkins: Accordion, Electric Harp, Sampler
Tenko: Vocal
David Watson: Guitar

Steve Beresford : Cue Sheets
Cat. # 7501
Released 1996
cd time - 43:12
US Price $15.00

Improviser, composer, arranger, producer, vocal stylist and bon vivant, Steve Beresford is one of Europe's most charming and versatile musical minds. These varied and delightul cues originally composed for British film and television are performed by some of London's most brilliant musicians including Henry Mancini's favorite tenor man, Tony Coe.

This is the first American release from the wide-ranging Beresford, who has played punk and pop (in the Slits, the Flying Lizards, the Frank Chickens) dub reggae (with Prince Far-I, African Head Charge), improvisation (with Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, John Zorn) and is perhaps best known for his lounge/MOR/TV-theme homage/parody project, The Melody Four.

Alexander Balanescu: Violin
Tony Bevan: Saxophones
Tony Coe: Saxophones, Bass Clarinet
Mike Cooper: Slide Guitar
John Harborne: Trombone
Utako Ikeda: Baroque Flute
Marcio Mattos: Cello, Bass
Mark Sanders: Drums And Percussion
Eddie Saunders: Voice
Annie Whitehead: Trombone
Pete Whyman: Saxophones, Clarinet
Wolter Wierbos: Trombone

Emperor String Quartet
Amanda M. Breden: Cello
Charles Knights: Violin
Katina Laoutaris-Smith: Violin
Ashan Pillai: Viola

Annie Gosfield : Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites
Cat. # 8007
Released Nov 2004
cd time - 46:46
US Price $15.00

Another fun trip into the imaginative world of Annie Gosfield. Her third CD for Tzadik is a nod toward tradition as she draws contemporary classical music into her own mysterious orbit. Four crazy pieces incorporating satellite sounds, static, machine noise and microtonality with virtuosic fireworks from some of the best performers in America today, including world renown cellist Joan Jeanrenaud and the New York based Flux string quartet. From a duet piece for violin and satellites to a prepared piano piece about ghost towns and hardware stores, this new addition to the Tzadik Composer Series blurs the boundaries between music and noise and creates a new world of imaginative sounds, passion, wit and humor.

Annie Gosfield: Composer, Prepared Piano
Joan Jeanrenaud: Cello
George Kentros: Violin

Flux String Quartet
Tom Chiu: Violin
Dave Eggar: Cello
Conrad Harris: Violin
Max Mandel: Viola


Marc Ribot : Filmworks 2
Cat. # 7516
Released Sep 2003
cd time - 52:33
US Price $15.00

This second volume of Marc Ribot's music for films is one of the most eclectic and exciting CDs he's made to date. From 1930s swing to science fiction soundscapes, deep soul grooves to hypnotic moods for strings and guitar, Filmworks 2 is a fascinating program of miniature masterpieces from start to finish.

Steven Bernstein: Trumpet
Anthony Coleman: Sampler, Organ Piano, Organ
Matt Darriau: Clarinet
Mark Feldman: Violin
J.D. Foster: Bass
Alex Foster: Clarinet, Sax
Jill Jaffe: Viola
François Lardeau: Drum Sequencing
Frank London: Trumpet
Marc Ribot: Guitar, Sequencer, Guitar Loops/clips, Sampler, Trumpet, Horn
Roberto Rodriguez: Drums
Jay Rodriguez: Sax
Ned Rothenberg: Shakuhachi Flute, Flute, Sax
Peter Scherer: Sampler, Synth
Sebastian Steinberg: Bass, Arco Bass

Wadada Leo Smith : Golden Quartet
Cat. # 7604
Released Apr 2000
cd time - 57:18
US Price $15.00

A longtime dream project of Wadada Leo Smith, one of creative music’s most
original voices, Tzadik is proud to present the first recording by a modern jazz
supergroup. The four instrumental giants that comprise the Golden Quartet
are veterans of some of the most influential bands in jazz history and here
they are at the height of their powers. Five new compositions bring together
lyricism, groove and fireworks in this exciting recording destined to become a
classic of new jazz.

Anthony Davis: Piano
Jack DeJohnette: Drums
Malachi Favors Magoustous: Bass
Wadada Leo Smith: Trumpet, Flugelhorn


Rovo : Tonic
Cat. # 7239
Released Apr 2002
cd 1 time - 55:08
cd 2 time - 59:20
US Price $25.00

Some of the very best musicians in Japan, veterans of bands such as the Boredoms, Bondage Fruits, Bazooka Joe, Dub Sub, Demi Semi Quaver and Omoide Hatoba come together in Rovo, a virtuosic trance-rock group based in Tokyo. This dynamic two CD set collects the best of their legendary two night run at New York City’s premiere new music club Tonic. Beautifully recorded and impeccably mixed by Rovo mastermind Katsui Yuji in Japan, Tonic 2001 captures the firey brilliance of this dazzling band like no studio recording ever could. Two special mix translations by Bill Laswell are included as bonus tracks. Ecstatic music for listeners and dancers alike.

Harada Jin: Bass, Harmonica
Nakanishi Koji: Sh-101, Juno 106
Yamamoto Seiichi: Guitar
Masuko Tatsuki: Sh-101, Dx-7
Yoshigaki Yasuhiro: Drums, Djambe
Okabe Yoichi: Drums, Djambe
Katsui Yuji: Violin

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