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By John Zorn
Track listing: Disgusted With Life; This Piano Lid Serves as a Wall; With Wet Clothes and Disheveled Hair He Wandered in the Dead of Night in Search of Shelter; Then Again, Who Amongst Us Can Complain; A Rain of Threats and Screams; The Pelican or the Pelicaness; After That the Funnel Became a Symbol; Desperate from Having Been Left Without a Bladder.
by Don Phipps
Prolific composer John Zorn's The Urmuz Epigrams offers up an infectious mix of Stockhausen effects, polyrhythmic percussion, and twisty tunes, a combination which produces music that is unsettling, surprising, and humorous--often at the same time. All the pieces repeat themselves. Zorn notates the first rendition as modern" and the second as original." And while ...