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DVD/Video, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Hath-Arob
2. Sippur
3. Jair
4. Ne'eman
5. Kedushah
6. Beeroth
7. Kochot
8. Shechem
9. Paran

Total Time: 68:00

Line-up / Musicians

- John Zorn / alto sax, composer
- Joey Baron / drums
- Greg Cohen / bass
- Dave Douglas / trumpet

Releases information

DVD Tzadik (TZ 3003), Nov 2004

Finally a chance to see one of the great working bands up close and personal. Filmed with an intimate three camera shoot by Antonio Ferrera, a close friend of Zorn and a long time cameraman for the documentary masters the Maysles Brothers, this beautiful DVD captures the band performing a passionate set of music at their home base in the Lower East Side, Tonic, back in the summer of 1999. This is Masada as no one except maybe the band itself has ever experienced it. Filmmaking at its most exciting, bringing you right into the heart of the action. A must for every Masada fan. (Description taken from

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