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John Zorn - The Parachute Years 1977 - 1980 (Lacrosse Hockey Pool Archery) FLAC album


Performer: John Zorn
Genre: Electronic
Title: The Parachute Years 1977 - 1980 (Lacrosse Hockey Pool Archery)
Released: 1997
Style: Abstract, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1153 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1878 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1718 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 103
Other Formats: AU FLAC MP3 MP2 DTS VOC AA

Artist: John Zorn Title Of Album: The Parachute Years 1977-1980 Year Of Release: 1997 Label: Tzadik Records Genre: Jazz, Free Jazz, Avant-Garde Quality: APE (Img+. The recordings in The Parachute Years helped the participants - inspired and creative musicians, all - to grow, but they also have more historical value than listening interest.

The Parachute Years: 1977-1980 is a avant-garde jazz music boxset, compilation recording by JOHN ZORN released in 1997 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Disc 1: Lacrosse 1. Lacrosse, Take 3 (23:06) 2. Lacrosse, Take 4 (19:06) 3. Lacrosse, Take 6 (6:20) 4. Lacrosse, Take 1 (7:01) 5. Lacrosse, Take 2 (8:09) 6. Lacrosse, Take 5 (8:16). Disc 2: Lacrosse 1. Lacrosse (Twins version) (30:03).

Archery released: 1981. Hockey released: 1980. School released: 1978. The years betray me now They usually count Supposed to be getting by Move along with time Why not this time At least, they should make me feel How long it? s been Help me to understand What wasn't real And teach what all means Why do not these years count He was such a stranger then By now he should be.

The Parachute Years, 1977-1980: Lacrosse, Hockey, Pool, Archery Box set TZADIK RECORDS 1997. Archery' - John Zorn (2/10). Recommended to me on the basis that this was one of the worst albums ever conceived, I happily strode in to listening to this album by the legendary avant-garde composer John Zorn.

John Zorn's The Parachute Years box set. Seven discs: Lacrosse, Lacrosse (Twins Version), Hockey, Pool, Archery Rehearsal, and two discs of Archery from 38508044.

The Parachute Years (1997). Бокс-сет, состоящий из нижеследующих записей. Они были также выпущены по отдельности. Lacrosse (1977, 2000) 2CD. Pool (1980, 2000). Archery (1981, 2001) 3CD. Проект Cobra. In Memory of Nikki Arane (by Eugene Chadbourne & John Zorn, 1980). Yankees (by John Zorn, Derek Bailey, & George Lewis, 1983).

8. Hockey Electric Version Take 1. 9. Hockey Electric Version Take 2. 10. Hockey Electric Version Take 3. 11. Hockey Electric Version Take 4.

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Tracklist

Lacrosse
1-1 Lacrosse (Take 3) 22:55
1-2 Lacrosse (Take 4) 18:55
1-3 Lacrosse (Take 6) 6:10
1-4 Lacrosse (Take 1) 6:54
1-5 Lacrosse (Take 2) 8:01
1-6 Lacrosse (Take 5) 8:14
2-1 Lacrosse (Twins Version) 29:58
Hockey
3-1 Hockey (Electric Version Take 1) 0:55
3-2 Hockey (Electric Version Take 2) 3:11
3-3 Hockey (Electric Version Take 3) 11:32
3-4 Hockey (Electric Version Take 4) 11:18
3-5 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 2) 3:43
3-6 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 4) 2:45
3-7 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 11) 0:54
3-8 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 13) 1:02
3-9 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 1) 3:10
3-10 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 3) 3:16
3-11 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 5) 1:08
3-12 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 6) 1:00
3-13 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 7) 1:07
3-14 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 8) 0:45
3-15 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 9) 1:22
3-16 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 10) 1:03
3-17 Hockey (Acoustic Version Take 12) 1:16
Pool
4-1 Pool 50:45
Archery
5-1 Archery Rehearsal (Part 1) 32:10
5-2 Archery Rehearsal (Part 2) 16:14
5-3 Archery Rehearsal (Part 3) 28:32
6-1 Archery (A1 - D2) 20:35
6-2 Archery (D3 - G1) 20:07
7-1 Archery (G2 - L4) 23:53
7-2 Archery (L5 - O14) 23:29

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Tzadik
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tzadik

Credits

  • Bass – Bill Laswell (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Cello – Tom Cora (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Conductor [Prompter] – Lesli Dalaba (tracks: 4-1), Mark Smith (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Drums – David Moss (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Electronics – Bob Ostertag (tracks: 3-1 to 3-7), Marc Abbott* (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Flute – Robert Dick (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Guitar – Bill Horvitz (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2), Davey Williams (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6), Eugene Chadbourne (tracks: 1-1 to 3-17, 5-1 to 7-2), Henry Kaiser (tracks: 2-1)
  • Percussion – Charles K. Noyes (tracks: 4-1), Mark E. Miller (tracks: 3-1 to 4-1)
  • Piano – Anthony Coleman (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2), Wayne Horvitz (tracks: 3-1 to 3-17, 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Soprano Saxophone – Bruce Ackley (tracks: 2-1)
  • Synthesizer – Mark Kramer* (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Trombone – George Lewis (tracks: 5-1 to 7-2)
  • Violin – LaDonna Smith (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 4-1), Polly Bradfield (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 3-1 to 7-2)

Notes

Issued in a heavy cardboard box with a poster.

Lacrosse
Hockey
Pool , total time 50:45

Unreleased Tracks:
CD1: 4 to 6
CD2: 1
CD3: 1 to 3, 9 to 17
CD5: 1 to 3

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 02397-7316-2 7
  • Barcode (String): 702397731627
Rolorel
Among the most extreme releases, possibly --probably-- ever.Quite literally a remarkable achievement in the most hallowed of post-Incus hyper-academic cerebrally-caucasoid-to-the-point-of-insectophobic-new-wave-spazz-contortioning nerd investigations.I Bought this immediately upon its release and listened to the entire thing in one go.A few weeks later I suddenly revelationed: I HATE THIS MUSIC.However,for me to feel this (about music this adventurous in composition)ISpatently proof that this work is excellent and should be lauded if not exalted.These INCREDIBLY ANNOYING musically-sterile sound experiments into how pointless something can be and still exist,are very un-mediocre and briskly and vehemently disagreeable as entertainment or anything to do with the remote possibility of enjoyment.To the players, especially the sidemen, I say, "this is interminably 'orrible" BECAUSE of Jim French's "If Looks Could Kill" which, Galas expressed contrivance as a "piss take" (and, yet, somehow to me, sincere at once).To the curators I say "L'Chaim!".