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Christy Doran: New Bag, New Tricks

Ian Patterson By

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As he takes on more projects than before, it's also no coincidence that Doran is also involved in more specifically improvisation-based projects than before. "Funny enough, this genre has less and less following," he says, "but many creative musicians are working in this field." Doran has been toiling away productively in this field for over 40 years and has no inclination towards less challenging music. "Generally, I think it's safe to say that I'll always be looking for new musical ground and new approaches to be found."


Selected Discography

Christy Doran's New Bag, Mesmerized (Double Moon, 2013)

Yang Jing/Christy Doran, No.9 (Leo Records, 2012)

Ray Anderson/Han Benninck/Christy Doran, ABD (hatOLOGY, 2011)

Christy Doran's New Bag, Take the Floor and Hit the Roof (Double Moon, 2011)

OM, Willisau (Intakt Records, 2010)

Christy Doran's New Bag, The Competence of the Irregular (Between the Lines, 2008)

Christy Doran's New Bag, Now's the Time (Between the Lines, 2006)

Christy Doran's New Bag, Perspectives (Between the Lines, 2004)

Christy Doran's New Bag, Heaven is Back in the Streets (Double Moon Records, 2002)

Christy Doran's New Bag, Black Box (Double Moon, 2001)

Christy Doran's New Bag, Confusing the Spirits (Cue, 1999)

Christy Doran/Boris Salchak Shaman (M.E.L.T., 1998)

Christy Doran, What a Band (hat ART, 1992)

Christy Doran, Christy Doran's Phoenix (hat ART, 1990)

Christy Doran/Fredy Studer/Stephan Wittver, Red Twist & Tuned Arrow (ECM, 1987)

Christy Doran, The Returning Dream of the Leaving Ship (Synton, 1986)

Christy Doran, Harsh Romantics (Synton Records, 1984)

OM, Cerberus (Japo/ECM, 1980)

OM, OM with Dom Um Romao (Japo/ECM, 1978)

OM, Rautinahaha (Japo/ECM, 1977)

OM, Kirikuki (Japo/ECM, 1976)

OM, Montreux Live and More (Indian Records, 1974)

Photo Credit

Page 1: Francesca Pleffer

Page 2: Courtesy of Christy Doran

Page 3: Courtesy of Yugong Yishan

Page 5: Maurizio Zorzi

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