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The Urmuz Epigrams

The Urmuz Epigrams by John Zorn buy album

John Zorn

Label: Tzadik
Released: 2018
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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.

Personnel

John Zorn
John Zorn

saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel / Information

John Zorn: saxophone, piano, organ, sound effects, guitar, bass, game call, percussion, voice; Ches Smith: drums, percussion, vibraphone, glockenspiel, voice.


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