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 Post subject: Zorn at 60
PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:11 pm 
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http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story ... d-catch-up

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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 5:04 pm 
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Thanks for the article!

I have gathered some recordings from earlier this month:

John Zorn @ 60
Program 1: Game Pieces
Walker Art Center
McGuire Theater
Minneapolis, MN
April 6, 2013
4PM

Source: DPA 4061 > DPA MMA6000 > Zoom H2 (24/48 WAV)
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Marc Ribot, guitar

1. <Introduction> - 0:53
2. The Book of Heads (Etudes #2, 7, 9, 13, 22, 23, 24, 27) - 18:25

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John Zorn, game calls
Kenny Wollesen, percussion and game call
Erik Friedlander, cello

3. <Introduction> - 0:55
4. Hockey - 11:02

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John Zorn's Cobra

John Zorn, conductor
Cyro Baptista, percussion
Joey Baron, drums
Chris Cunningham, guitar
Mark Feldman, violin
Erik Friedlander, cello
Michelle Kinney, cello
John Medeski, piano and Hammond B3 organ
Ikue Mori, electronics
Marc Ribot, guitar
Joey Schad, electric keyboards
Kenny Wollesen, vibraphones

5. <Introduction> - 1:48
6. 8:56
7. 12:10
8. 9:07

Total time = 63:19

John Zorn @ 60
Program 2: Masada
Walker Art Center
McGuire Theater
Minneapolis, MN
April 6, 2013
7PM

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Erik Friedlander, cello

Selections from The Book of Angels
1. <Introduction> - 0:22
2. 4:34
3. 2:58
4. 1:48
5. 5:32
6. 2:55

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Masada String Trio

John Zorn, conductor
Greg Cohen, bass
Mark Feldman, violin
Erik Friedlander, cello

7. <Introduction> - 2:17
8. 4:40
9. 4:59
10. 5:37
11. 5:44
12. 4:57

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Bar Kokhba

John Zorn, conductor
Cyro Baptista, percussion
Joey Baron, drums
Greg Cohen, bass
Mark Feldman, violin
Erik Friedlander, cello
Marc Ribot, guitar

13. <Introduction> - 1:03
14. 8:14
15. 9:47
16. 6:40
17. 6:31
18. 7:14

Total time = 1 hour 26 minutes 1 second

John Zorn @ 60
Program 3: New Projects
Walker Art Center
McGuire Theater
Minneapolis, MN
April 6, 2013
10PM

Source: DPA 4061 > DPA MMA6000 > Zoom H2 (24/48 WAV)
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THE CONCEALED (tracks 2-4, 6-8, 10)
John Zorn, conductor
Joey Baron, drums
Greg Cohen, bass
John Medeski, piano
Kenny Wollesen, vibraphones

NOVA EXPRESS (tracks 5, 9, 11)
John Zorn, conductor
Joey Baron, drums
Greg Cohen, bass
Mark Feldman, violin
Erik Friedlander, cello
John Medeski, piano
Kenny Wollesen, vibraphones

1. <Introduction> - 3:09
2. Persepolis - 4:40
3. Passage to Essentuki - 3:46
4. Towards Kafiristan - 4:13
5. Chemical Garden - 5:31
6. Back to Bokhara - 5:54
7. The Dervish - 9:44
8. A Portrait of Moses Cordovero - 7:32
9. Dead Fingers Talk - 4:12
10. Visitation of the Night Angels - 8:14
11. Between Two Worlds - 8:15

ALEPH TRIO
John Zorn, alto saxophone
Greg Cohen, bass
Kenny Wollesen, drums

12. Music for Wallace Berman's "Aleph" - 9:20

Total time = 74:37

John Zorn @60
The Hermetic Organ
St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
Minneapolis, MN
April 7, 2013

Source: DPA 4061 > DPA MMA6000 > Zoom H2 (24/48 WAV)
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John Zorn, pipe organ

1. Office Nr 4 - 32:31
Introit
Benediction
Offertory
Elevation
Communion
Descent

Note:
- This was a free concert that started shortly after midnight.

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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 9:46 am 
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I am seeing the Zorn @ 60 event in July in London. I've seen Zorn on five occasions so far ( solo, and various ensembles ) but this looks absolutely awesome -

http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/event- ... p?ID=14834

FRONT ROW CENTRE.


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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 1:58 pm 
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PappaWas1975 wrote:
I am seeing the Zorn @ 60 event in July in London. I've seen Zorn on five occasions so far ( solo, and various ensembles ) but this looks absolutely awesome -

http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/event- ... p?ID=14834

FRONT ROW CENTRE.


I am envious! Have a great time!

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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
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Thanks for posting the article, enjoyed reading it.


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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
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http://liveweb.arte.tv/fr/video/Moers_F ... John_Zorn/

Live 45-minute video of Dreamers and Electric Masada

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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2013 3:57 pm 
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Did ya see the brand new release out of Pat Metheny tackling Zorn? Samples sound purdy dang good.

>>Tap: The Book of Angels, Vol. 20


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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
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brainpang wrote:
Did ya see the brand new release out of Pat Metheny tackling Zorn? Samples sound purdy dang good.

>>Tap: The Book of Angels, Vol. 20



I heard a few snippets online -- sounds great! :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Zorn at 60
PostPosted: Wed May 29, 2013 11:56 am 
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Yeah, I can totally recommend the Metheny BOA volume. It's one of the best of the series. It runs really well on it's own merits as a album, rather than just a collection of Masada tunes like some of the other volumes.

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