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Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 12:31:08 -0700
From: Grant Green
Subject: [CB] Site updates
A few more additions to the discography:
- -Finally got around to adding Paul Winter's "The Man Who Planted Trees" (1990 Living Music LD0030), which includes both contrabass sarrusophone (played by Paul Cohen) and heckelphone (Mark Perchanok). The CD's single track is mainly a narrated story with musical background.
- -Brian Slawson's "Distant Drums" (1988 CBS Records MK42666) is mainly New-Agey light jazz with a lot of percussion, but includes an arrangement of "In the Hall of the Mountain King" that has Lenny Pickett playing bass clarinet and contrabass sarrusophone. Not a huge part, but pretty clear where it appears.
- -William S. Burroughs "Dead City Radio" (1990 Island Records 422-846264-2) is mainly the author reading from his works over a musical background. Lenny Pickett contributed backgrounds for several of the tracks, and one (#10) appears to have sarrusophone half-buried in the mix (the liners notes say only "woodwinds"). Again, not a prominent part...
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