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Tracklist

1 Bass And The Treble 2:51
2 The Acquisition & Control Of Fire 1:30
3 Honey-Cab 2:30
4 Switch 2:06
5 Juan Talks It Out Of His System 2:07
6 The Wish 2:00
7 A Case Arose 1:53
8 The Elf 1:37
9 Getting Curly 1:45
10 Don't Switch 1:44
11 Smooth Cheeks Of A Big Ego 1:45
12 Add Water 2:05
13 Cold 1:26
14 Friar T. 0:53
15 Too Me 2:06
16 You Rang? 1:06
17 Self-Satisfied 1:11
18 Agora 0:48
19 Dot Dot, Dot 1:06
20 Moi Non Plus 1:32
21 Liver 1:35
22 "The Footman's Eyes Get Crossed" 0:59
23 Heike Cipher Mystery 1:40
24 Jedi Mind Trick 1:02
25 Mysterious Island 2:03
James Bond Trilogy
26 You Only Live Twice, Mr. Bond 1:53
27 When Arrows Meet 1:35
28 Never Say Never Again 1:38
29 Sign Of The Four 2:04
30 Locus Solus (Parts 1 & 2) 2:06
31 Where Are My Victims? 1:59
32 Disco Volante 2:00
33 Kaiser In Borneo 1:41
34 The Saint 1:33
35 The Violent Death Of Dutch Schultz 1:16
36 Thunderball 1:38
37 White Zombie 1:23
38 The Slaves Of Vesuvius 1:51

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – John Zorn
  • Copyright (c) – Eva Records
  • Recorded At – Transistor 8 Studio
  • Recorded At – OAO Studios
  • Recorded At – Plugg
  • Published By – Theatre of Musical Optics

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet, Performer [Game Calls] – John Zorn
  • Design [Original Cover Designed By] – Mare Earley
  • Design [Reissue Designed By] – Tomoyo T.L., Anthony Lee*
  • Drums – Anton Fier (tracks: 9 to 15), Ikue Mori (tracks: 23 to 30), M. E. Miller* (tracks: 16 to 22)
  • Drums, Vocals, Drum Machine [Linn Drum], Congas – M. E. Miller* (tracks: 31 to 38)
  • Edited By [Digital] – Scott Hull
  • Guitar, Vocals – Arto Lindsay (tracks: 9 to 22)
  • Illustration – Bob Tuska
  • Liner Notes – John Zorn
  • Lyrics By – Arto Lindsay (tracks: 9 to 22), Peter Blegvad (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Mixed By – M. E. Miller* (tracks: 16 to 22)
  • Organ, Electronics – Wayne Horvitz (tracks: 23 to 30)
  • Producer – John Zorn
  • Recorded By – Martin Bisi (tracks: 9 to 15, 23 to 38), Michael Lytle (tracks: 1 to 8), Stevie McAllister* (tracks: 16 to 22)
  • Remastered By – Bob Ludwig
  • Turntables – Whiz Kid (tracks: 31 to 38)
  • Turntables [Phonograph And Recycled Records] – Christian Marclay (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Vocals – Arto Lindsay (tracks: 9 to 22), Peter Blegvad (tracks: 1 to 8)

Notes

Track 1 to 8 recorded February 1983 at Transistor 8 Studio, New York City, NY
Track 9 to 15 recorded April 1983 at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Track 16 to 22 recorded April 1983 live at Plugg (Giorgio Gomelsky's palace of love)
Track 23 to 30 recorded May 1983 at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Track 31 to 38 recorded September 1983 at OAO Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Originally released by Rift Records. All tracks are live, real-time improvisations except tracks 31-38 which was produced through overdubbing.

Ⓟ 1983 / 1991 John Zorn
Ⓒ 1991 Eva Records
Made in Japan

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: WWCX-2035 OP1XTA
  • Rights Society: JASRAC (R-100424)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RIFT 7 John Zorn Locus Solus ‎(2xLP, Album) Rift RIFT 7 US 1983
TZ 7303, evva 33003 John Zorn Locus Solus ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Tzadik, Evva TZ 7303, evva 33003 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
Stress 0010213 John Zorn Locus Solus ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Stress Records Stress 0010213 Russia 2000


John Zorn - Locus Solus mp3 download
Performer: John Zorn
Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Rock
Title: Locus Solus
Country: US
Released: 1991
Style: Free Improvisation
MP3 version ZIP size: 1122 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1100 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 770
Other Formats: MP2 AAC DXD TTA AU MP1 MP4

Blackbeard
JOHN ZORN - LOCUS SOLUS (Eva WWCX 2035) CD 69mI'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. A hotchpotch of squawking, screeching sax, noise, drums, guitar, mostly unmusical and virtually unlistenable. File under... review by Alan Freeman (Audion #22. July 1992)