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John ZornSpillane

Label:Elektra Nonesuch – 7559-79172-2
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Jazz, Classical
Style:Contemporary

Tracklist

1Spillane
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Written-ByJohn Zorn
Bass, Tuba, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]David Hofstra
Drums, Percussion, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Bobby Previte
Guitar, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Bill Frisell
Harp, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Carol Emmanuel*
Keyboards [Sampling], Celesta, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]David Weinstein
Lyrics By [Original Texts]Arto Lindsay
Piano, Organ, Celesta, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Anthony Coleman
Tape, Performer [Compact Discs], Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Bob James
Trombone, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Jim Staley
Voice [Mike Hammer's Conscience], Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Robert Quine
Voice [Mike Hammer], Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]John Lurie
25:12
Two-Lane Highway18:16
2Preacher Man - White Line Fever - Nacogdoches Gumbo - East Texas Freezeout - San Angelo Release - Roliin' To Killeen - Blowout - Devil's Highway - Midnight Standoff - Marchin' For Abilene
Bass, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Melvin Gibbs
Composed ByJohn Zorn
Drums, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Ronald Shannon Jackson
Drums, Percussion, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Bobby Previte
Guitar, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Robert Quine
Guitar, Voice, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Albert Collins
Organ, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Big John Patton*
Piano, Keyboards, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Wayne Horvitz
ProducerDavid Breskin
13:30
3Hico Killer - Long Mile To Houston
Bass, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Melvin Gibbs
Composed ByJohn Zorn
Drums, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Ronald Shannon Jackson
Drums, Percussion, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Bobby Previte
Guitar, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Robert Quine
Guitar, Voice, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Albert Collins
Organ, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Big John Patton*
Piano, Keyboards, Composed By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Wayne Horvitz
ProducerDavid Breskin
4:46
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4Forbidden Fruit (Variations For Voice, String Quartet And Turntables)
Cello [Kronos Quartet, The], Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Joan Jeanrenaud
Lyrics By [Original Texts]Яeck*
Recorded By [San Francisco]Howard Johnston
Recorded By, Mixed ByOno Seigen*
StringsThe Kronos Quartet*
Turntables, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Christian Marclay
Viola [Kronos Quartet, The], Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Hank Dutt
Violin [Kronos Quartet, The], Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]David Harrington, John Sherba
Voice, Written-By [In Collaboration With], Arranged By [In Collaboration With]Ohta Hiromi*
Written-ByJohn Zorn
10:20
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Notes

Track 1 to 3 recorded (track 1 June/August 1986, track 2 & 3 June 1987) and mixed (August 1987) at Radio City Studios, NYC.
Track 4 recorded September 1987 at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco, and at Metal Box Studio, Tokyo. Mixed September 1987 at CBS Roppongi Studios, Tokyo.

"Two-Lane Highway" conceived for Albert Collins.

℗&© 1987 Elektra/Asylum/Nonesuch Records
Theater of Musical Optics (BMI)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7559-79172-2 2
  • Barcode (String): 075597917222
  • Label Code: LC 0286
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
  • SPARS Code: ADD

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  • 1928khst's avatar
    1928khst
    to my ears, Zorn´s best record. Zorn´s cinematographic talent in full swing.
    Spillane is a perfectly dense sonic transfer of a classic film noir, Two-Lane Highway a wonderfully atmospheric feature
    for Albert Collins with superb contributions from Big John Patton and excellent support from Horvitz, Shannon Jackson
    and Previte. By far Collins ´best rhythm unit he ever had.
    Forbidden Fruit "recaptures" the strange atmosphere of japanese nouvelle vague of the 50´s/60´s in cut-up technique, films of Ozu, Mizoguchi, Nakahira etc.
    Powerful stuff, highly recommended

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