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Every Screaming Ear

Label: Via Veneto Jazz
Released: 2013


The Monkey Farm

Label: Via Veneto Jazz
Released: 2009


Article: Multiple Reviews

Foot Job Band and Tongs: between porno, rock and a jazz place

Read "Foot Job Band and Tongs: between porno, rock and a jazz place" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Back in 1980s and early 1990s in New York, musicians were reinventing jazz and the “downtown scene," as it was called, was focused on the The Knitting Factory club. Artists like saxophonists John Zorn, John Lurie and Thomas Chapin, guitarist Marc Ribot and cellist Tom Cora became famous. While they were schooled in the traditional, their ...



Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: She Look He Spit; Ereia, in No Mood; Tearing His Head; Flesh Comes Out; For Being Nice to the Wrong People; Far Away Scares Him; He Shares a Little Knife With His Sister; The Thorn Piercing His Coat; A Last the Hand, Shifting.


Article: Album Review

Doctor Nerve with the Sirius String Quartet: Ereia

Read "Ereia" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Founded in 1984 by guitarist/composer Nick Didkovsky, New York City based Doctor Nerve has been terrorizing audiences in the US and abroad with its distinctive blend of avant-garde classical, progressive-rock and modern jazz. On Ereia, the septet along with the Sirius String Quartet to perform a series of works that entails three movements recorded live and ...



Label: Via Veneto Jazz
Released: 1995


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Label: Via Veneto Jazz
Released: 1991


Did Sprinting Die?

Label: Via Veneto Jazz
Released: 1990


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