JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)

John Zorn's live performance of his visceral suite "Kristallnacht", depicting a timeline surrounding the Nazi pogrom against Jewish sites and businesses on 9-10 November 1938, had a shocking effect on audiences in Munich and New York. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eFIFOBTzFg The New York Times offered this review of the 1992 performance at the Knitting Factory: "Kristallnacht," John Zorn's… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – Kristallnacht (live @ the Knitting Factory, 1992)

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YOKO ONO & JOHN ZORN – Improvisation (live @ The Greene Space 2012)

Spinning on Air's 25th Anniversary with Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, John Zorn, and Diane Cluck. The event was hosted by the show's creator David Garland, and featured performances by, and conversations with, very special guests including Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, John Zorn, and Diane Cluck. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJl06nxPub8 The eclectic weekly music program Spinning On Air was… Continue lendo YOKO ONO & JOHN ZORN – Improvisation (live @ The Greene Space 2012)

JOHN ZORN W/ ANDREW WEISS & SIM CAIN – Live in NYC [fvll concert] (1989)

In the late 1980s, John Zorn was guesting in the studio with industrial-metal weirdos OLD and playing live with the Rollins Band rhythm section of bassist Andrew Weiss and drummer Sim Cain. For his next sustained genre-spanning improv venture, Zorn delved even further into the rock underground to recruit a player he’d already drawn considerable inspiration from (and played… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN W/ ANDREW WEISS & SIM CAIN – Live in NYC [fvll concert] (1989)

John Zorn, Brian Marsella, John Medeski, Kenny Grohowski, Matt Hollenberg – Chaos Magick [fvll albvm] (2021)

Nothing is true—everything is permitted. Chaos Magick is a contemporary magical practice based on the ideas of Austin Osman Spare. Remarkably inclusive, it embraces and has influenced the work of William Burroughs, Robert Anton Wilson, Aleister Crowley and many others. Inspired by these magical practices, Zorn enlists the three members of his most powerful 21st… Continue lendo John Zorn, Brian Marsella, John Medeski, Kenny Grohowski, Matt Hollenberg – Chaos Magick [fvll albvm] (2021)

JOHN ZORN’S BAR KOKHBA SEXTET – Live @ Warsaw Summer Jazz Days (1999)

John Zorn's Bar Kokhba Sextet live @ Warsaw Summer Jazz Days, Sala Kongresowa, Warsaw, Poland June 25 1999 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQoIDkVO3mo SET LIST: Intro Lilin Khebar Karet Eitan Teli Kisofim Jachin Kol Nidre Gevurah Bar Kokhba Sextet: Mark Feldman: violinErik Friedlander: celloMarc Ribot: guitarGreg Cohen: bassJoey Baron: drumsCyro Baptista: percussionJohn Zorn: conductor

JOHN ZORN – Alto Sax improv live @ the Greene Space (2009)

Composer and saxophonist John Zorn presents a squealing mix of free jazz, avant-garde and other sounds in this solo performance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYis3q0vv7g Recorded live at the Jerome L. Greene Space, April 30th 2009. WQRX 105.9 FM

JOHN ZORN – Mount Analogue [fvll albvm] (2012)

Mount Analogue (2012) is a lengthy single-track album by John Zorn released on the Tzadik label. Allmusic said "From Jewish and other Middle Eastern folk musics to soundtrack atmospherics, exotica-tinged jazz, Latin rhythms, and contemporary classical inquiries into minimalism, tone, space, color, and counterpoint, all are on display in this wonderfully musical, meditative, hypnotic, and "mystical"… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN – Mount Analogue [fvll albvm] (2012)

BAR KOKHBA SEXTET – Lucifer (Book of Angels vol. 10)

Bar Kokhba Sextet brings together six core members of the Masada family under the leadership of John Zorn. The music act is an improvisational group from New York's best downtown artists, including Cyro Baptista on percussion, Marc Ribot on guitar, Greg Cohen on bass, Joey Baron on drums and Mark Feldman and Erik Friedlander on… Continue lendo BAR KOKHBA SEXTET – Lucifer (Book of Angels vol. 10)

JOHN ZORN’S PAINKILLER – Live in Moscow (2006)

Painkiller (also known as Pain Killer) is a band that formed in 1991, combining avant-garde jazz and grindcore. Later albums incorporated elements of ambient and dub. The three primary members of Painkiller were John Zorn on saxophone, Bill Laswell on bass guitar and Mick Harris on drums. Zorn and Laswell work in the New York… Continue lendo JOHN ZORN’S PAINKILLER – Live in Moscow (2006)