Release Date: Tracklist. It's a really cool album; lots of chaos. And yes, the cover is interesting.
This is John Zorn's infamous turn-on-a-dime band. Although they can play any style of music, the majority of their songs are noisy and complex. At any moment, a beautiful melody can degenerate into a hurricane of white noise — and then suddenly switch to something else.
Just like it says on the tin: Tzadik packages all seven albums by John Zorn's legendary Naked City-- and adds one unreleased track. Over a decade since their breakup, Naked City still looms over composer and saxman John Zorn's catalog. Yet compared to his other major working band, Masada, Naked City has remarkably little sway over Zorn's work now, and this box set-- which collects all seven of the group's albums, released between to forms a puzzling legacy.
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John Brackett University of Utah 1. Yamutsaka Eye contributes vocals on some tracks. Although the band quit performing and recording inthey did re-form for two live shows in the summer of
Track List. Mistakes have been corrected, balances adjusted and thanks to the latest in digital technology the music is louder, clearer, more in your face and exploding with more energy than ever before. Even if you already own all of the original discs, I strongly urge you to pick this set up and experience Naked City as it always should have sounded.
Zorn embraced the aesthetic of the new wave and of punk-rock with the hysterical and laconic fragments of Locus Solus septemberthat employed both jazz musicians keyboardist Wayne Horvitz and rock musicians including DNA's guitarist Arto Lindsaythe Golden Palominos ' drummer Anton Fier, DNA's drummer Ikue Mori plus turntablists notably Christian Marclay. This time his own demented saxophone playing stood out as a major and shocking stylitic innovation, sometimes mocking animals and sometimes imitating synthesizers. The album is flooded by spoken-word, vocal samples and nasty vocal noises. The overall feeling is one of juvenile parody or irreverent cabaret.