Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri 7/18 & Tues 7/22

Mingus used to call him not Charlie or Haden but “Bass”—a heavy compliment, coming from him—though I can remember a time when people would look at you funny when you started raving about Charlie Haden as a great bassist. That pretty much ended with his first album of duets in 1976, but until then even some musicians were so infatuated with fast, supposedly hornlike bassplaying that they couldn’t get with what Haden was doing. The startling thing about those duets was not only that most of us had never heard such an intimate degree of listening before, but that Haden’s attention and his struggle for truthfulness of expression also pointed us back to life and suggested a way one might be able to live it. I first met him at around that time and his personal impact on me was as great as that of his music, which is why I’m such a lousy deejay on this week’s Updoc—8PM Friday and noon next Tuesday, Roundtrip Broadway Blues time. I just keep choking up and muttering “Charlie”, but most of the two-hour show is music, with an appropriate amount of Ornette Coleman, some duets with that petulant pianist, whatsisname, a few trips on the Escalator Over the Hill, and Charlie singing Shenandoah—he was born in Shenandoah Iowa and for all his jazz authenticity he never stopped being country—among other projects and highlights. He was one of the greats, and with him deep really did mean deep. Do drop in. It’s a long way down, and up.CharlieColorLarge

Martian Gardens – 07/16/2014

webcast: Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. EDT
Webcast date: July 16, 2014
Host: Max Shea

online playlists: Martian Gardens blog
email: maxtshea@gmail.com

George Perle: Modal Suite
a. Moderato (0:32)
b. Slowly (1:32)
c. Very Quickly (0:38)
Eight Pieces (1938-1997)
Bridge Records/2014
piano: Michael Brown; recorded at Oktaven Audio, Yonkers, New York, May 2013; composition year: 1940; time: 2:45

Guy Barash: Blind Huber
a. Blind Huber [i] (1:42)
b. Swarm (1:00)
c. Blind Huber [ii] (1:38)
d. Workers [attendants] (1:20)
e. Geometry (1:39)
f. Burmens [i] 1:58
Facts About Water
Innova Recordings/2014
soprano: Jamie Jordan, tenor: Eric Dudley; piano: Kathleen Supové; guitar: Nadav Lev; violin: Rachel Golub; clarinet: Vasko Dukovski; marimba: Amy Garapic; trombone: Daniel Linden; conductor: David Bloom; text: Nick Flynn; recorded at Dubway Studios, New York City; composition year: 2011; total time: 7:07

John Cage:
a. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs (2:32)
b. Nowth Upon Nacht (0:49)
Sylvia Smith — The Year Begins to be Ripe
11 West Records/2008
composer: John Cage; voice: Christie Finn; closed piano: Sylvia Smith; recorded at the University of Baltimore County, Maryland; composition years: a. 1942, b. 1984; text: James Joyce, “Finnegans Wake,” total time: 3:21

Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon: Páramo
Exchange — Latin America (various artists)
The Furious Band (flute, piccolo: Andrée Martin; clarinet, bass clarinet: Oscar Espina-Ruiz; violin: Gabrielle Painter, cello: David Russell; piano: Gabriel Shuford; percussion: Tomm Roland; conductor: Paul Paul Vaillancourt; recorded at the Staller Center for the Arts, SUNY, Stony Brook, December 11, 1999; composition year: 1999; time: 7:01

Percy Grainger:
a. In a Nutshell III
b. Pastorale
Yvar Mikhashoff — Panorama of American Piano Music
Mode Records/2013
(composer: Percy Grainger); piano: Yvar Mikhashoff; recorded at Slee Hall, Buffalo, New York, 1991-1992; composition year: 1916; time:11:47

Percy Grainger:
a. Free Music No. 1 [for Four Theremins] (1:33)
b. Free Music No. 2 [for Six Theremins] (1:19)
c. Beatless Music [for Six Theremins] (0:33)
Lydia Kavina — Spellbound! Works for Theremin
Mode Records/2008
composer: Percy Grainger; theremins: Lydia Kavina; recorded at Patrych Sound, Bronx, New York, July 10, 2000; composition years: a. 1936, b. 1937, c. 1937; total time: 3:18

Music from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop —
a. Daphne Oram: Amphitryon 38 (1:50)
b. Daphne Oram and Desmond Briscoe: Sound for a Radio Drama (1:05)
c. Desmond Briscoe: Quartermass and the Pit (sound effects) (0:36)
BBC Radiophonic Workshop — A Retrospective (various artists)
BBC Music/2000
compositions, electronics: Daphne Oram, Desmond Briscoe; composition year: 1958 (a,b,c); total time: 3:31

Cluster & Eno: Schöne Hände
Cluster & Eno
Gyroscope Records/1996 (orig. Sky Records LP/1977)
composition, synthesizers: Brian Eno, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Dieter Moebius; recorded at Conny Plank’s Studio, Munich, Germany, 1977; time: 3:03

Fountainhead: Wind on Water
Cloud Cover
Aucourant Records/1998
composition, electronics: Robert Scott Thompson; recorded at RST’s studio, Roswell, Georgia; time: 6:19

Steve Roach: Trancemigration
Land Mass
Timeroom Editions/2008
synthesizers, electronics: Steve Roach; recorded live on Star’s End, WXPN, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2008; time: 7:52

Music from University of Illinois Experimental Music Studios —
a. Lejaren Hiller: Vocalise from Seven Electronic Studies for Two-Channel Tape (5:32)
b. IBM 7094: Early sound synthesis sample (1:41)
In Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the University of Illinois
Experimental Music Studios (1958 — 2008) [various artists]
University of Illinois School of Music EMS/2008
a. composer: Lejaren A. Hiller, b. composer: anonymous; MUSICOMP computer program written by Lejaren Hiller and Robert Blake; composition year: 1963 (a,b); total time: 7:13

John Bischoff: Audio Combine
Audio Combine
New World Records/2012
electronics, computers: John Bischoff; recorded at Littlefield Concert Hall, Mills College, Oakland, California; composition year: 2009; time: 12:53

Juan Blanco: Music para Danza
Nuestro Tiempo (Our Time)
Innova Recordings/2013
sine-wave generator, tape dubbing: Juan Blanco; recorded in Cuba; composition year: 1961; time: 5:28

Hugh Le Caine:
a. Dripsody [An Etude for Variable Speed Recorder] (1:28)
b. Invocations (2:20)
c. Nocturne (3:07)
Compositions and Demonstrations 1946 — 1974
Electronic Music Foundation/1999
electronics, tapes: Hugh Le Caine; recorded at National Research Council’s Electronic Music Laboratory (ELMUS) , Ottawa, Canada; composition years: a. 1955, b. 1957; c. 1962; total time:6:55

David Rosenboom: Given the Senses the Real Pregeometry
Zones of Influence, Part III
Zones of Influence
Pogus Productions/2014
electronics: David Rosenboom; percussion: William Winant; recorded at the Dizzy Gillespie Digital Recording Complex, California Institute of the Arts, and the composer’s studio, Valencia, California, composition years: 1984, 1985; revised for this recording 2013; time: 8:36

Gil Delindro: Live in Silent Barn
MusicWorks #119 (various artists)
MusicWorks Magazine/2014
field recordings, amplified sounds, feedback: Gil Delindro; recorded at The Silent Barn, Brooklyn, New York, March 24, 2014; time: 12:58

David D. McIntire: The Pornography of Unfettered Optimism
Electronic Music Midwes [various artists]
Irritable Hedgehog Music/2014
voices: Michelle Allen McIntire; electroacoustics: David McIntire; realized at the composer’s studio, Kansas City, Missouri, 2010; premiered at Electronic Music Midwest, 2011; time: 6:55

Ann Magnuson: Art Professor
Pretty Songs & Ugly Stories
music: Chopin, Prelude in E Minor; text: Ann Magnuson; piano, voice: Ann Magnuson; time: 2:29

Robert Ashley: Gretchen (from Au Pair)
Atalanta (Acts of God) Volume II
Lovely Music, Ltd./2010
voices: Robert Ashley; Jacqueline Humbert; text: J. Humbert; electronics: Tom Hamilton; recorded at Teatro Olimpico in Rome, 1985; time: 4:54

Melody Sumner Carnahan: My Pleasure
The Time is Now
Frog Peak Music/1996
voice, arrangement: Barbara Golden; additional voices: Ben Azarm, Sheila Davies, Carla Fabrizio; cello: Carla Fabrizio; keyboards: Barbara Golden; text: Melody Sumner Carnahan, 1983; time: 8:21

If, Bwana/Al Margolis: Tattooed Love Muffins
Rex Xhu Ping
Pogus Productions/2005
voice, text: Dan Andreana; voice: Laura Biagi; bowed cymbals:: Detta Andreana; tapes, clarinets, processing: Al Margolis; time: 11:52

J.K. Randall: Intimacy (a polemic) (1-3)*
Open Space 10 (Randall/Boretz)
Open Space/1999
voice: Jim Randall; recorded in New York City for a meeting of the Society for Music Theory; time: 10:00
*excerpt on TAINT Radio version 3:40

— FIN —

Tone Science – 07/13/2014

tone science 170

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Mekanïk Destruktïw Kommandöh Magma Mekanïk Zeuhl Ẁortz
  improvised piece V David Holland, Derek Bailey Improvisations for Cello and Guitar
  Wrapped in Skin Lawrence English Wilderness of Mirrors
  DBF Brian Eno & Karl Hyde High Life
  You Must Believe in Spring La Morte Young La Morte Young
  The Wane Ideal Bread Beating The Teens: Songs of Steve Lacy
  quintet improvisation Paul Hoskin, Arrington de Dionyso, Jonathan Sielaff, Doug Haning, and Mark Kaylor Low Clarinet Symposium (August 2008)

Songs on Toast – 07/11/2014

Deep River 1:50 Bobby Womack The Bravest Man In The Universe
Still Has You 4:44 Margaret Garret Moanin Records
Rabbit 5:00 Amy Lavere Runaway’s Diary
Old Blue Jeans 3:58 Tim Hardin The Homecoming Concert
Mazurkas – Grazioso 0:55 Michal Wesolowski Works By Roman Maciejewski
Cheri Akimi Ngai 2:48 Smokey Hormel Smokey’s Secret Family
Time To Waste It 8:19 Eno & Hyde High Life
Do Me Wrong 2:30 Mr. Airplane Man Shakin Around
New York City Breakdown 1:38 Luke Haines New York in The ’70s
Cool It Down 3:06 Velvet Underground Loaded
Hey Baby 3:22 Hollis Brown Ride On The Train
She’s So Fine 2:20 The Strypes Snapshot
Goleiro 0:54 Batida Do Corpo Ginga: the Sound of Brazilian Football
La Louisiane 4:03 Mamou Mamou
That’s The Way I Feel About Cha Bobby Womack Communication
I Got Lost When I Found You Ron Wood Now Look
La Pauvreé Prostituee 1:45 Stephen Emmer Recitement
I’m Lookin’ For A Love2:30 Valentinos SAR Records Story
It’s All Over Now 2:52 Valentinos SAR Records Story
E Aí Esqueço (And Then I Forget) Arto Lindsay Prize
Chariot 3:23 Doyle Bramhall II Jellycream
Willy’s In The Pee Pee House Chuck E. Weiss Red Beans and Weiss
Pussy Galore 2:32 Young Growler Soul Jazz Records Presents: Calypso:
I Love My Fruit 2:30 Sweet Violet Boys Okeh Stomping Boogie – The Best of Western Swing
The Bed Bug Song 2:26 Brownie Soul Jazz Records Presents: Calypso:
Comme On A Dit 1:12 Aksak Maboul Onze Danses Pour Combattre La Migraine
Watusi Wedding 2:47 Screaming Blue Messiahs Totally Religious
NY in The ’70s 2:39 Luke Haines New York in The ’70s
Baby Oh Baby 4:48 Martin Rev Martin Rev
Ngosingosi 2:36 Pancras Mkwawa Opika Pende: Africa at 78 rpm
Mazurkas – Mazurka: Allegro Ma Non Troppo 3:09 Michal Wesolowski Works By Roman Maciejewski
I Never Dreamed 2:36 The Cookies One Kiss Can Lead to Another: Girl Group Sounds
Taxi Driver 3:02 Alick Nkhata Shalapo
If I Call You Mama 3:15 Luke Jordan A Richer Tradition: Country Blues & String Band Music
Where I Lead Me 3:27 Amy Lavere Runaways Diary
I’m Through Trying To Prove My Love To You 3:50 Bobby Womack Anthology

Swallow The Dice

Howling’s playing at theme time porch music,  dealing with that most wicked of vices, gambling. This week, Ol’ Dick’s relating  tales of heartbreak at the roulette wheel, disgraced presidents winning a stake in politics  and revealing what happened when a craps game got busted. The only sure fire bet is that this is the finest hour of blues ‘n roots you’re gonna find on the net!


 Sister Ola Mae Terrell – “Not a Vegas regular”

Gambling Polka Dot Blues Tommy Duncan & His Western All Stars As Good As It Gets VIDEO
Life Is Like Gambling Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials What You See Is What You Get VIDEO
Roulette With The Blues Gary Rex Tanner, Mississippi Slim & The Kansas City Ripper Black Coffee VIDEO
Gambling Blues Lil Son Jackson Texas Blues VIDEO
Gambling Blues Pinetop  Perkins Willie “Big Eyes” Smith Joined At The Hip VIDEO
Poker Playing Daddy Clara Morris Female Chicago Blues 1936-1947 VIDEO
Shooting High Dice Bo Carter & The Mississippi Sheiks Bo Carter & The Mississippi Shieks VIDEO
Gambling Woman Chris Thomas King Me, My Guitar And The Blues VIDEO
The Gambling Man Sister Ola Mae Terrell Telling It Like It Is VIDEO
Gambling Blues Floyd Miles Silver Anniversary Love Ride 25 VIDEO
The Roving Gambler Elton Britt Gamblers, Blues and Sinners VIDEO
Blackjack Ray Charles Yes Indeed! VIDEO
You’re My Best Poker Hand T-Bone Walker T-Bone Walker VIDEO
Whiskey, Women & Loaded Dice Joe Liggins High Rollers – Vintage Gambling Songs – 1920 – 1952 VIDEO
Casino Kate Groove-A-Matics Gotta Use What You’ve Got VIDEO
Gambling Woman Blues Freddie King Stayin’ Home With The Blues VIDEO


Songs on Toast – 06/27/2014

C’est Pas d’Ma Faute 3:25 Clare Muldaur/ Olivier Manchon Bentley Circle
Coucou 3:00 Fraser Anderson EP
Mon Nom 4:09 Rodrigo Amarante Cavalo
French Lessons 4:29 Mark Bingham I Passed For Human
Les Champs Élysée 3:43 Bobby Charles Last Train To Memphis
Je Fuckin T’Aime 3:08 The Saints Imperious Delirium
Lèv, Té 4:36 Baster Du Passé au Présent
Rien 3:56 Madjao Un ardéchois à paname
Ma Petite Femme 4:25 Pine Leaf Boys Blues De Musicien
Chanson d’une Fille de Quinze Ans Ann Savoy & Linda Ronstadt The Oxford American Southern Sampler
Nuit Sur Les Champs-Elysees 2:26 Miles Davis Lift To The Scaffold
Ain’t No Flies 3:22 Roy Eldridge, Anita Love Echoes Of Paris
Les Gars De La Marine 3:17 The Comedian Harmonists Ihre Großen Erfolge
Raspberries, Strawberries 2:13 The Kingston Trio All Time Greatest Hits
C’est si bon 2:30 Don Byron Plays The Music Of Mickey Katz
Soir de Paris 2:33 Amestoy trio Amestoy Trio
I Love Paris 2:01 Leona Anderson Music To Suffer By
Paris 3:27 Moondog Sax Pax For A Sax
Je Perds Ou Bien Je Gagne 3:01 Graeme Allwright Oops
Mon Ange 2:28 Francesca Blanchard Songs on an Ovation
La Vie Est Vaine 1:48 Alexandra Scott I Love You So Much Always
Long Distance Love 3:59 Sabina Toujours
Ooh La-La 3:43 Champion Jack Dupree From New Orleans To Chicago
Madame N’aime Pas 3:34 Francis Cabrel Des Roses et des orties
Dreaming Of Paris 3:47 Van Dyke Parks Songs Cycled
Volutes Gitanes 0:33 Casse Pipe La Part Des Anges
Orleans 1:56 David Crosby If I Could Only Remember My Name
Les Amis 3:00 Georges Moustaki Gold
Arc en ciel 4:17 Edgar De L’est Retrouvailles
Livin’ In The Sunlight 2:49 Maurice Chevalier Early Movie Hits
Histoire A Suivre 3:06 The Honeymoon Killers Les Tueurs De La Lune De Miel
Aux Sombres Heros de l’Amer Noir Desir Noir Desir
Le Fil Du Rasoir 3:03 Casse Pipe La Part Des Anges
What’s Paris Blues? 0:46 Joanne Woodward, Paul Newman Paris Blues
Surement Mon Bonheur 3:09 Gilles Sala Antillaisement Vôtre
C’est Si Bon 0:50 Sun Ra Spaceship Lullaby
A Street Corner in Paris 2:25 The Beau Hunks Sextette Celebration On The Planet Mars: A Tribute to Raymond Scott
April In Paris 3:05 Billie Holiday Billie’s Best

Big Time Dave

This week Howling gets help on the porch from a friend and together they unearth some very naughty boys, a highway before it got revisited and a lady who should have climbed higher. Come with Dick ‘n Dave and all the blues hounds in tow for a rollicking hour of roots music – Taint style!


 Tampa Red – “He’s a very naughty boy!”

Poor Boy Long Way from Home Bukka White White’s Take On Blue VIDEO
Blues At Sunrise Albert King More Big Blues VIDEO
All Your Lovin Eddie Taylor With Vera Taylor & The West Side Allstar Band Bad Boy VIDEO
Richland Woman Blues Maria Muldaur Richland Woman Blues VIDEO
I’ll Drown In My Own Tears Jean Wells Soul On Soul VIDEO
61 Highway Blues Mississippi Fred McDowell Downhome Blues 1959 VIDEO
Highway 61 / Highway 61 Revisited Martin Simpson Bootleg USA VIDEO
What’s That Tastes Like Gravy Tampa Red The Essential Tampa Red VIDEO
Let Me Play With Your Poodle Lightnin’ Hopkins Short Haired Woman VIDEO
You Shook Me Baby Blue Commotion Good Times VIDEO
Let’s Try Again Luther Allison Serious VIDEO
Leaving Town Blues Fleetwood Mac Jumping At Shadows: VIDEO
St . James Infirmary Joe Cocker Mad Dogs + Englishmen VIDEO
When the Levee Breaks Magic Slim Whole Lotta Blues: Songs Of Led Zeppelin VIDEO

Rafi Zabor’s Updoc, Fri July 4 & Tues July 8

It made me feel like Pogo the Possum: “The 4th of July show comes on the 4th of July this year.” The automatic picks were Charles Ives’ 4th Symphony, which in its last movement gathers together the whole of Creation and slam–dunks it into a New England Transcendentalist quadrant of all-receiving Heaven, and lots of Louis Armstrong. And Sidney Bechet, and Pres with Basie, and a lot of Charlie Parker. When I was a kid I sang “The House I Live” In with Earl Robinson’s chorus—“What is America to me?”—and was awed to meet Paul Robeson after the performance, which was plenty of America for me as a child of ten; but in putting this show together I was struck by what I had to leave out of its mere two hours: Carla Bley’s Spangled Banner Minor, gospel in several colors, not enough Duke Ellington, and, and, and. I may have to do a supplementary July 11th show next week, and end it with Charlie Haden singing “Shanendoah”. Meanwhile, please come by for the fireworks, such as they are—Friday at 8PM and noon next Tuesday, Hudson River time—and yes I did manage to fit in some of Ornette Coleman’s Ivesian Skies of America, but not nearly enough, so please do keep watching the skies until we meet again.MultiFlagsLarge

Martian Gardens – 07/02/2014


Sundays live broadcast/webcast
9:00 p.m. — 12:00 a.m. EDT
WMUA 91.1 FM
Amherst, Massachusetts
June 29, 2014

webcast: Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. — 9:00 p.m. EDT
Webcast date: July 2, 2014
Host: Max Shea

online playlists: Martian Gardens blog
email: maxtshea@gmail.com

Mason Bates: Terrycloth Troposphere
Stereo is King
Innova Recordings/2014
percussion: Cynthia Yeh, Jacob Nissly, Eric Banks; electronics: Mason Bates; time: 5:15

Eno – Hyde: Time to Waste It
High Life
Warp Records/2014
CDJ processing, distorted organ, backing voice: Brian Eno; electric guitars, backing voice: Karl Hyde; drums: Fred Gibson; electric guitar, processed electric guitar: Leo Abrahams; recorded at Brian Eno’s studio, London, April 2014; time: 8:19

Brian Eno: I Fall Up
Ali Click maxi-single
vocal, synthesizer, processing: Brian Eno; lead and rhythm guitar: Jamie West Oram; drum loop: Ian Dench; recorded 1991 for the cancelled album My Squelchy Life; time: 4:54

Brian Eno: Distributed Being
Nerve Net
piano: John Paul Jones; drums: Richard Bailey; conga: Isaac Cheapenin; guitar solo: Robert Fripp; bass, voice, organ, synthesizer mix: Brian Eno; time: 4:41

Tirta Sari Ensemble: Kapi Raja (King of Birds)
The Music of Bali Volume II – Legong Gamelan
Celestial Harmonies/1997
The Tirta Sari Gamelan Ensemble of Peliatan Village; recorded at the Pura Gunung Sari Temple, Bali; total time: 3:05

Glenn Kotche: Traveling Turtle
Cantaloupe Music/2014
(for Gamelan); Gamelan Galak Tika, director: Evan Ziporyn; additional percussion: Glenn Kotche; recorded at the Endicott World Music Room, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; composition year: 2007; time: 5:20

Glenn Kotche: Clapping Music Variations (after Steve Reich)
Nonesuch Records/2006
clapping, electronics: Glenn Kotche; recorded at The Loft, Chicago; time: 4:45

Steve Reich: Clapping Music
Early Works
Nonesuch Records/1987
clapping: Russ Hartenberger, Steve Reich; recorded at RCA Studio A, New York City; composition year: 1972; time: 4:45

Brian Chase: Stick Shot Harmonies Drone
Drums and Drones
Pogus Productions/2013
(for percussion); recorded in Brooklyn, New York; time: 4:49

Timorese percussion group: Tari Likurai
[Retrieving Heroes from Battle]
Music of Timor
Celestial Harmonies/2000
(from Kabupaten Belu drum dance (Likurai), field recording, Atambua, Timor; recorded in January, 1990; time: 4:52

Arie Shapira: Piano Concerto
Jerusalem Symphony, conductor: Yuval Zorn; piano: Amit Dolberg; recorded in Jerusalem, May 6, 2014; composition years: 2000–2003; time: 11:30
(download courtesy of Arie Shapira)

George Cacioppo: Bestiary I: Eingang
Advance of the Fungi
Mode Records/2006
(for soprano, piano, and 5 percussionists); Ataelier de Musique Contemporaine de CNR de Versailles; conductor: Lionel Arnaud; piano: Jacqueline Méfano; soprano: Janet Pape; text: Rainer Rilke; recorded at the CNR de Versailles, March 26, 2004; remixed at CCMIX, Paris; composition year: 1960; time: 8:12

Morton Feldman: String Quartet No. 1 (31-40)
String Quartet No. 1/Structures/Three Pieces
Mode Records/2014
Flux Quartet (violins: Tom Chiu, Conrad Harris; viola: Max Mandel; cello: Felix Fan); recorded at the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York; October 2009; composition year: 1979; excerpt time: 10:11

Philip Corner: Calling! OM (“from the ’70s”)
Extreme Positions
New World Records/2007
(for piano and 2 trombones); piano: Philip Corner; trombones: James Fulkerson, Hilary Jeffery (the Barton Workshop); recorded at Het Bethanienklooster, Amsterdam, spring 2006; composition year: 1972; time: 8:54

Philip Corner: Short Piano Piece XIII
40 Years and One — Philip Corner Plays the Piano
XI Records/2001
piano: Philip Corner; recorded at iiwii studios, New Jersey, January 1998; composition year: 1957; time: 1:50

David Rosenboom: The Stochastic Port
from The Winding of a Spring
Zones of Influence
Pogus Productions/2014
electronics: David Rosenboom; percussion: William Winant; recorded in the Dizzy Gillespie Digital Recording Studio, California Institute of the Arts and the composer’s studio, Venice, California; composition years: 1984, 1985, revised 2013; time: 11:21

Kenneth Gaburo: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia
Tape Play
Pogus Productions/2000
(electronic music on tape); recorded at The University of Illinois Experimental Music Studio and the composer’s studio; composition year: 1964; time: 3:43

The League of Automatic Music Composers: Radio Air Check
LAMC 1978-1983
New World Records/2007
computer music network: Tim Perkis, John Bischoff, Jim Horton; recorded at Mills College, Oakland, California, 1981; time: 2:58

Noah Creshevsky: Götterdämmerung
The Twilight of the Gods
Tzadik Records/2010
electroacoustic processing: Noah Creshevsky; vocals, trumpet: Susan Watts, clarinet, alto sax: Alex Kontorovich; violin, vocals: Amy Zakar; bass, vocals: Heather Chriscaden Versace; tenor sax, alto sax: Audrey Betsy Welber; trumpet: Ben Holmes; piano: Adrian Banner; drums: Gregg Mervine; samples: The Klez Dispensers; composition year: 2009; time: 4:04

Douglas Doherty: Pacific 462
On the Edge of Chaos
MPS Music & Video/2012
(electroacoustic music); recoded at the University of Birmingham, UK; composition year: 1997; time: 8:50

Pete Stollery: Back to Square One
empreintes DIGITALes/2011
(electroacoustic music); realized at the Studio Circé of IMEB, Bourges, 2007; North East Scotland’s Festival of New Music Sound at the Mitchell Hall, University of Aberdeen, September 1, 2007; time: 10:17

Manuel Rocha Iturbide: Purusha-Prakriti
Cultures électroniques Vol. 19 (various artists)
Mnémosyne Musique Media/2012
(electroacoustic music); realized at IMEB, Bourges, France, 2006; time: 12:23