John Zorn - Locus Solus Scaricare
|3||Smooth Cheeks Of A Big Ego||1:45|
|4||Where Are My Victims?||1:59|
|7||When Arrows Meet||1:35|
|10||The Violent Death Of Dutch Schultz||1:16|
|11||The Acquisition & Control Of Fire||1:30|
|12||A Case Arose||1:53|
|15||Locus Solus (Parts 1 & 2)||2:06|
|16||Sign Of The Four||2:04|
|19||Kaiser In Borneo||1:41|
|21||Never Say Never Again||1:38|
|24||Jedi Mind Trick||1:02|
|26||Bass And The Treble||2:51|
|29||You Only Live Twice, Mr. Bond||1:53|
|30||Dot Dot, Dot||1:06|
|31||The Slaves Of Vesuvius||1:51|
|32||Heike Cipher Mystery||1:40|
|34||Juan Talks It Out Of His System||2:07|
|TZ 7303, evva 33003||John Zorn||Locus Solus (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Tzadik, Evva||TZ 7303, evva 33003||Unknown|
|WWCX 2035||John Zorn||Locus Solus (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Eva||WWCX 2035||Japan||1991|
|RIFT 007||John Zorn||Locus Solus (2xLP, Album, TP)||Rift||RIFT 007||US||Unknown|
|Stress 0010213||John Zorn||Locus Solus (CD, Album, Unofficial)||G. & P. Essential Music||Stress 0010213||Russia||2000|
|TZ 7303||John Zorn||Locus Solus (CD, Album, RE)||Tzadik||TZ 7303||US||1997|
- Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet, Performer [Game Calls] – John Zorn
- Drums – Anton Fier (tracks: B1 to B10), Ikue Mori (tracks: C1 to C8), Mark E. Miller (tracks: B8 to B10, D1 to D8)
- Engineer – Martin Bisi (tracks: B1 to B7, D1 to D8), Michael Lytle (tracks: A1 to A8)
- Engineer, Recorded By – Stevie McAllister (tracks: B8 to B10)
- Guitar – Arto Lindsay (tracks: B1 to B10)
- Lyrics By – Arto Lindsay (tracks: B8 to B10), Peter Blegvad (tracks: A1 to A8)
- Mixed By – Mark E. Miller (tracks: B8 to B10)
- Organ – Wayne Horvitz (tracks: C1 to C8)
- Other [Notes] – John Zorn
- Turntables – Christian Marclay (tracks: A1 to A8), Whiz Kid (tracks: D1 to D8)
- Vocals – Peter Blegvad (tracks: A1 to A8)
Side A - Recorded February 1983 at Transistor 8 Studio, NYC, NY.
Side B - 1 to 7 Recorded April 1983 at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, NY.
Side B - 8 to 10 Recorded Live at PLUGG, April 1983.
Side C - Recorded May 1983 at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, NY.
Side D - Recorded September 1983 at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, NY.
All tracks are live, real-time improvisations except side D which was produced through overdubbing.
Issued in single sleeve jacket w/insert containing notes, lyrics & artwork.
- Recorded At – Transistor 8 Studio
- Recorded At – OAO Studios
- Recorded At – Plugg
Locus Solus is an album of improvisations by John Zorn and other musicians. Originally released as a double vinyl album on Rift records in 1983 it was re-released as a CD with additional tracks on EvaWave in 1990 and on Zorn's Tzadik Records label in 1997. Overall, an album of short, angular, experimental energy tracks. Locus Solus. John Zorn - Locus Solus 1983. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. John Zorn. Songs in album John Zorn - Locus Solus 1983. John Zorn - Bass and the Treble. John Zorn - Acquisition and Control of Fire. John Zorn - Honey-Cab. John Zorn - Switch. John Zorn - Juan Takes It Out of His System. John Zorn - The Wish. John Zorn - A Case Arose. John Zorn - The Elf. This is followed by eight pieces from Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, and Ikue Mori. The final fifth of the album captures the walloping interplay of Zorn, Miller, and turntablist Whiz Kid. Track Listing. Listen free to John Zorn Locus Solus Bass And The Treble, The Acquisition & Control Of Fire and more. 38 tracks 64:44. Album Name Locus Solus. Type Album. Released date 1997. Labels Tzadik. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album0. Bass and the Treble. Never Say Never Again. Sign of the Four. Locus Solus Parts 1&2. Where Are My Victims 32. Disco Volante. 02 Сен 1953. Rating: . Locus Solus Студийный альбом. Песни альбома Различные песни со всех релизов альбома. JOHN ZORN - LOCUS SOLUS Eva WWCX 2035 CD 69m I've often wondered about John Zorn. Is he a talentless squeaky jazzer and noisemaker, or am I just missing the point I find that John Zorn's name on a cover virtually guarantees that I'll dislike it. So, what about this collection of 38 tracks in 69 minutes Well, we have eight tracks of squeaking, crashing, and jumbled up records courtesy of Christian Marclay six tracks of chaotic jazz with more squeaks seven live tracks more of the same and. ouch, my ears Surely someone should teach this guy how to play saxophone. Locus Solus, 1995. Locus Solus is a music album by John Zorn released in 1983. Locus Solus is ranked 89,178th in the overall chart, 10,692nd in the 1980s, and 981st in the year 1983. Locus Solus by John Zorn Year: 1983 Overall rank: 89,178th. Average Rating: 69100 from 3 votes