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Although very few people would think of John Zorn as a progressive rock artist, his close relation to the genre can't be denied. Not only has he repeatedly joined forces with Fred Frith (Henry Cow, Art Bears), he has also collaborated on several occasions with Mike Patton (Mr. Bungle, Fantômas) and Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle). Maybe just as important is the fact that Zorn's side project Naked City is generally regarded as an important avant-rock/jazz outfit, and his Painkiller project takes things to even greater extremes with a mix of grindcore and free jazz. On top of that, there are several prog bands that mention him as a source of inspiration, and his Tzadik label has helped keeping avant-garde music alive by releasing albums of such prolific artists as Mike Patton, Maudlin Of The Well-offshoot Kayo Dot, Toby Driver, Buckethead, Fred Frith, Ruins, and many others. So, although not a "progrock" artist per se, Zorn's connection to the RIO/avant-prog scene is obvious and his discography is a valuable addition to the ever-increasing Prog Archives website.

Born in New York at September 2, 1953, John Zorn initially studied piano, flute, and guitar and learned contemporary art music through a program of self-study. He took up the alto saxophone (which was to become his major instrument) and began to study jazz at age twenty. Zorn has always been interested in many kinds of music, including such 20th-century composers as Igor Stravinsky, Anton Webern, Charles Ives, Edgard Varèse, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Harry Partch, John Cage, and Mauricio Kagel, but he is also very fond of free jazz musicians such as Ornette Coleman, film music composer Ennio Morricone, and Carl Stallings, who wrote music for cartoons. In addition, Zorn's influences include doo-wop and other pop music, including thrash metal/grindcore band Napalm Death. As a teenager, Zorn was already writing contemporary art music in the vein of the composers mentioned above, and the influence of two of them figures strongly in Zorn's later works (in which he experimented with aspects of chance, after Cage, and 'game pieces', after Kagel). His liking of extreme metal led to the founding (around 1990) of the groups Naked City and Painkiller. In addition to the aforementioned 'game pieces' (including "Lacrosse", "Pool", "Hockey" and "Archery") and avant-metal (including "Naked City" and Painkiller's "Guts Of A Virgin"), Zorn has released recordings of chamber music (including "Cartoon/S&M"), solo music fo...
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  • John Zorn: Royce Triple Threat Abraxas, Secret Chiefs 3 & Bladerunner on 2 May 2015
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  • Heineken Jazzaldia 2015 on 22 Jul 2015

JOHN ZORN discography


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Environment For Sextet (with Andrea Centazzo, Eugene Chadbourne, Tom Cora, Toshinori Kondo, Polly Bradfield )
1979
1.23 | 3 ratings
Pool
1980
1.15 | 8 ratings
Archery
1981
0.00 | 0 ratings
Yankees (with Derek Bailey & George Lewis)
1982
2.15 | 11 ratings
Locus Solus
1983
2.75 | 4 ratings
The Classic Guide To Strategy, Volume One
1983
3.26 | 6 ratings
Ganryu Island (Michihiro Sato / John Zorn)
1985
2.00 | 3 ratings
The Classic Guide To Strategy, Volume Two
1985
3.05 | 17 ratings
The Big Gundown: John Zorn Plays The Music Of Ennio Morricone
1986
3.72 | 16 ratings
Spillane
1987
3.35 | 14 ratings
Spy Vs. Spy: The Music Of Ornette Coleman
1988
3.33 | 3 ratings
News for Lulu (with George Lewis / Bill Frisell)
1988
0.00 | 0 ratings
Cynical Hysterie Hour (Film Works VII)
1989
2.53 | 8 ratings
Elegy
1992
2.94 | 14 ratings
Kristallnacht
1993
3.75 | 5 ratings
The Art Of Memory (John Zorn / Fred Frith)
1995
2.50 | 2 ratings
First Recordings 1973
1995
2.75 | 8 ratings
Redbird
1995
3.00 | 2 ratings
Nani Nani (Dekoboko Hajime / Yamantaka Eye)
1995
2.00 | 6 ratings
The Book Of Heads
1995
1.67 | 3 ratings
Film Works II: Music For An Untitled Film By Walter Hill
1995
3.00 | 4 ratings
Film Works III: 1990-1995
1995
2.50 | 2 ratings
Film Works V: Tears Of Ecstasy
1996
2.50 | 2 ratings
Film Works VI: 1996
1996
2.09 | 4 ratings
Hockey
1997
1.05 | 2 ratings
Lacrosse
1997
2.96 | 6 ratings
New Traditions In East Asian Bar Bands
1997
2.00 | 1 ratings
Film Works IV: S/M + More
1997
3.08 | 5 ratings
Duras: Duchamp
1997
2.00 | 1 ratings
Euclid's Nightmare (John Zorn / Bobby Previte)
1997
2.16 | 6 ratings
Angelus Novus
1998
2.00 | 1 ratings
Film Works VIII:1997
1998
2.08 | 5 ratings
Aporias: Requia For Piano And Orchestra
1998
3.55 | 6 ratings
The Bribe - Variations And Extensions On Spillane
1998
2.05 | 6 ratings
Music For Children
1998
3.88 | 7 ratings
Taboo & Exile
1999
3.07 | 8 ratings
The String Quartets
1999
2.50 | 2 ratings
Xu Feng
2000
2.14 | 3 ratings
Cartoon S/M
2000
3.00 | 2 ratings
Film Works IX: Trembling Before G-d
2000
2.50 | 2 ratings
Film Works X: In The Mirror Of Maya Deren
2001
3.81 | 8 ratings
The Gift
2001
3.56 | 8 ratings
Madness, Love And Mysticism
2001
4.00 | 4 ratings
Songs From The Hermetic Theater
2001
3.02 | 6 ratings
IAO
2002
3.90 | 2 ratings
Film Works XI: 2002 Volume One - Under The Wing
2002
3.50 | 2 ratings
Film Works XII: 2002 Volume Two - Three Documentaries
2002
3.50 | 4 ratings
Film Works XIII: 2002 Volume Three - Invitation To A Suicide
2002
3.82 | 2 ratings
Film Works XIV: Hiding And Seeking
2003
3.02 | 7 ratings
Chimeras
2003
3.28 | 10 ratings
Magick
2004
2.00 | 1 ratings
Naninani II (Yamataka Eye / John Zorn)
2004
2.00 | 1 ratings
Film Works XV: Protocols Of Zion
2005
2.25 | 5 ratings
Rituals
2005
3.00 | 2 ratings
Film Works XVI: Working Man's Death
2005
4.00 | 4 ratings
Sanatorium Under The Sign Of The Hourglass
2005
3.02 | 7 ratings
Mysterium
2005
3.50 | 2 ratings
Film Works XVII: Notes On Marie Menken / Ray Bandar: A Life With Skulls
2006
2.00 | 1 ratings
Film Works XVIII: The Treatment
2006
2.17 | 4 ratings
From Silence to Sorcery
2007
4.36 | 9 ratings
Film Works XIX: The Rain Horse
2008
3.15 | 11 ratings
The Dreamers
2008
3.67 | 3 ratings
Filmworks XX: Sholem Aleichem
2008
4.00 | 1 ratings
Filmworks XXI: Belle de Nature/The New Rijksmuseum
2008
4.00 | 2 ratings
Filmworks XXII: The Last Supper
2008
0.00 | 0 ratings
The Art Of Memory II (John Zorn / Fred Frith)
2008
3.00 | 3 ratings
Filmworks XXIII: El General
2009
3.54 | 8 ratings
Alhambra Love Songs
2009
3.62 | 34 ratings
O'o
2009
4.00 | 10 ratings
Femina
2009
3.68 | 33 ratings
In Search Of The Miraculous
2010
0.00 | 0 ratings
a child's adventures in the realms of the unreal
2010
3.91 | 3 ratings
Ipsissimus
2010
2.75 | 4 ratings
Late Works (with Fred Frith)
2010
3.09 | 3 ratings
Dictée/Liber Novus
2010
4.03 | 12 ratings
The Goddess - Music for the Ancient of Days
2010
4.00 | 3 ratings
Filmworks XXIV: The Nobel Prizewinner
2010
2.17 | 4 ratings
What Thou Wilt
2010
4.57 | 10 ratings
Interzone
2010
3.05 | 4 ratings
Nova Express
2011
3.00 | 1 ratings
The Satyr's Play - Cerberus
2011
2.00 | 1 ratings
Enigmata
2011
4.00 | 2 ratings
At the Gates of Paradise
2011
3.00 | 3 ratings
A Dreamers Christmas
2011
4.14 | 5 ratings
Mount Analogue
2012
0.00 | 0 ratings
The Gnostic Preludes
2012
4.00 | 8 ratings
Nosferatu
2012
4.44 | 7 ratings
Templars-In Sacred Blood
2012
4.00 | 1 ratings
The Hermetic Organ
2012
3.00 | 1 ratings
Rimbaud
2012
4.00 | 3 ratings
A Vision In Blakelight
2012
0.00 | 0 ratings
Music And Its Double
2012
4.40 | 5 ratings
The Concealed
2012
4.00 | 1 ratings
Filmworks XXV-City Of Slaughter/Schmatta/Beyond The Infinite
2013
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Lemma
2013
4.33 | 3 ratings
The Mysteries
2013
4.00 | 2 ratings
On the Torment of Saints, The Casting of Spells and the Evocation of Spirits
2013
4.00 | 4 ratings
Dreamachines
2013
5.00 | 1 ratings
In Lambeth - Visions From The Walled Garden Of William Blake
2013
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Shir Hashirim
2013
0.00 | 0 ratings
In The Hall Of Mirrors
2014
1.00 | 1 ratings
Myth And Mythopoeia
2014
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On Leaves of Grass
2014
0.00 | 0 ratings
The Testament of Solomon
2014
0.00 | 0 ratings
Valentine's Day
2014
2.00 | 1 ratings
Transmigration of the Magus
2014
4.00 | 1 ratings
The Dream Membrane (with David Chaim Smith & Bill Laswell)
2014
3.50 | 6 ratings
Psychomagia
2014
0.00 | 0 ratings
The Alchemist
2014
0.00 | 0 ratings
The Hermetic Organ vol. 2-St. Paul's Chapel
2014
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The Hermetic Organ Vol. 3-St. Paul's Hall, Huddersfield
2015
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Hen to Pan
2015
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Simulacrum
2015

JOHN ZORN Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.50 | 2 ratings
More News For Lulu (with George Lewis / Bill Frisell)
1992
5.00 | 1 ratings
Downtown Lullaby (John Zorn / Wayne Horvitz / Elliott Sharp / Bobby Previte)
1998
4.86 | 2 ratings
50th Birthday Celebration Volume 2: Milford Graves / John Zorn
2004
2.18 | 3 ratings
50th Birthday Celebration Volume 3: Locus Solus
2004
3.00 | 3 ratings
50th Birthday Celebration Volume 8: Wadada Leo Smith / Susie Ibarra / John Zorn
2004
2.00 | 2 ratings
50th Birthday Celebration Volume 9: The Classic Guide To Strategy Volume Three
2004
2.50 | 4 ratings
50th Birthday Celebration Volume 10: Yamataka Eye / John Zorn
2005
2.00 | 1 ratings
The Stone: Issue Three (with Lou Reed/Laurie Anderson)
2008

JOHN ZORN Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc)

4.50 | 2 ratings
A Bookshelf On Top Of The Sky: 12 Stories About John Zorn (Claudia Heuermann)
2004

JOHN ZORN Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

2.95 | 2 ratings
Film Works 1986-1990
1990
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The John Zorn Radio Hour
1990
2.14 | 3 ratings
The Classic Guide To Strategy, Volumes One & Two
1996
5.00 | 1 ratings
The Parachute Years, 1977-1980
1997
3.23 | 4 ratings
Godard/Spillane
1999
5.00 | 1 ratings
Film Works Anthology - 20 Years Of Soundtrack Music
2005
5.00 | 2 ratings
The Dreamers-The Gentle Side
2010

JOHN ZORN Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

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Earache (split with Napalm Death)
1990

JOHN ZORN Reviews


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 The Dream Membrane (with David Chaim Smith & Bill Laswell) by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.00 | 1 ratings

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The Dream Membrane (with David Chaim Smith & Bill Laswell)
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by admireArt
Collaborator PSIKE Team

— First review of this album —
4 stars A dark drone like mass.

As I have stated somewhere along these PA pages, I am a Bill Laswell buff, therefore anything that has his name on gets my full attention. John Zorn is no stranger to nobody, less to Mr. Laswell, they have met more than once.

David Chaim Smith, in this 2014 "The Dream Membrane", is the glue that holds both master musician´s skills. The whole musical concept derives from his texts and images, so its "field day" for both musicians to indulge in their well known musical composition talents and emerge as a perfectly balanced team.

John Zorn is given full space to take matters into his hands and explode freely, for real, his wind-works virtuosity and from scratch he builds up to high eerie altitudes.

Bill Laswell (sadly missing in PA) is, as everybody knows, highly creative, always proposing new musical directions and unobtrusive when needed. Yet always there with his astounding Bass guitars and Atmospheres to play along with the crooning voice and the delirious Sax player in this project.

As far as the music goes, I can assure to most or not that "average" prog-audiophiles, that this drone like mass will leave you enlightened in some very "Dark" and novel ways, without playing the quiet cliched "Devil" worshipping music, which as far as me, has become a repetitive joke.

****4 PA stars.

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 Femina by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.00 | 10 ratings

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Femina
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by TCat
Prog Reviewer

5 stars In this album, the prolific composer John Zorn utilizes a small orchestra of musicians to perform his piece called "Femina" which is a tribute to the creativity and ingenuity of 52 specific women, some real and some mythological and fictional. Even though this album is split up into 4 tracks, each track has several short songs which are melded together into one whole. So, with a total run time of a little over 35 minutes, and with each of the 52 women represented in that time, you can expect this to be quite the collection of moods and short quick songs. And so it is. But believe it or not, it is very cohesive.

The music is very engaging and never really gives you much of a chance to get comfortable in one style or mood. John's music can be said to have attention deficit disorder in that it can jump around from a nice lyrical piece to a very dissonant noisy section in the blink of an eye. Yet, with that, the music remains accessible for the most part which makes this album a good introduction to his more classically-influenced music. You have a nice combination of acoustic, traditional instruments and electronic generated sounds and music all through the album. For the most part, this is a minimalistic composition, but don't get comfortable with that because it can change without warning.

I love the fact that Zorn uses both romantic and impressionistic styles together in this album. I always wondered why composers didn't like to mix the classical styles more often than they do and even asked a music professor that questions once. He told me that he really believed that to be the classical music of the future, but the composer would have to be very well versed in all styles to do it well. I really believe Zorn has accomplished that here because everything here works beautifully and it is amazing how the music flows together so well.

Most people reading this review might think this sounds too much like a soundtrack album. But I can assure you that is not the case. It would have been easy for Zorn to fall into this trap, but he has been careful to not let that happen here. And with all of his movie music that he has, he knows the difference.

Also, even though the music can jump around a lot, there are several passages that actually do extend past one minute in length, so it is possible to actually lose yourself in a melody, but as I said earlier, don't expect to get yourself too comfortable. And don't expect many repeats either. I think Zorn is allergic to repeated music or maybe his mind is so creative that he can't stop to rest on a single melody too long without getting bored. I don't know, but I do know that he has created a very engaging piece of work here and even with it's quick changes, it is still accessible, at least in terms of Zorn's music.

Expect a lot of beautiful, lyrical music here with nice thoughtful passages but also expect the instruments to get exploited to their extreme usage and expect crazy electronic passages that will be jolting in relation to the quiet passages. There is so much beauty and genius at work here, if you blink or get distracted, you can actually miss a lot even in a few seconds. This is a definite masterpiece of avant garde classical music that all serious listeners should hear. If this music is still too far out there for you, then you should really limit your time exploring Zorn's discography. But if you love surprises and unpredictability in your music, then you definitely need to continue listening to more of his music. I think anyone could actually find something that will be endearing to them if then search his music long enough, I guess it all depends on how much time you want to devote to the search. But to me, it's worth the time to find a masterpiece like this one. 5 stars.

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 Templars-In Sacred Blood by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 2012
4.44 | 7 ratings

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Templars-In Sacred Blood
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by werbinox

5 stars This is the sixth release by John Zorn's Moonchild Trio (Mike Patton - Vocals, Trevor Dunn - Bass, Joey Baron - Drums) here augmented by John Medeski on Organ. Probably the most 'accessible' of all the Moonchild discs, it is still not for everyone. Not even most people. Mike Patton's chainsaw banshee wailing and screaming can clear a room in a heartbeat, and even inspire anger in some. If you have a sense of humor and an appreciation for unconventional vocals, he can be endlessly entertaining, funny, and astoundingly creative. The first Moonchild release, Songs Without Words, set the template for the five to follow, with Patton contributing non-verbal glossolalia-like Ur- Language vocalizations, screams, grunts, growls and mouth noises, over complex, unpredictable, at times chaotic sounding rhythmic excursions by Trevor Dunn's distorted bass and Joey Baron's inexhaustibly creative drumming. 'Six Litanies for Heliogabalus' arguably represents a pinnacle of this approach. 'Templars: In Sacred Blood' however, bucks the trend and takes a decisive step towards structure, and employs actual words for the first time on any Moonchild release. It is in fact as close to what one might call 'Prog Rock' as any work Zorn has ever produced, though still laced liberally with his characteristic, RIO-ish, free jazz approach to sonic chaos.

This music is thick with brooding, medieval atmospheres, as befits the subject matter - the legend of the Knights Templars, and their accusation by the Catholic Church of Baphomet / Devil Worship, which subsequently led to their persecution and near extinction (allegedly so that the Church could get the 'treasure' they thought the Knights had supposedly acquired) John Medeski's organ paints mysterious swaths of darkness in candle-lit monastic hallways over Baron and Dunn's jazzy rhythms while Patton whispers impressionistic poetry about alchemy and magick, alternating between Latin and English, suddenly lurching into dissonant, King Crimson-ish blasts of metal, Patton shrieking and screaming and roaring words of "murder!" "flames!" "rupture!" It is this characteristic see-sawing between delicate impressionistic medieval jazz and barbaric metal noise slabs that cause some to consider this 'more accessible' than the other ones (consistent structure as opposed to constant chaos) yet, as I discovered to my consternation, disturbs others to the breaking point. A couple of songs nearly sent my girlfriend into an anxiety attack. I thought she would appreciate the quiet sections, but nope, they just made her more nervous, waiting for the screaming to come back around. I cant play it for her anymore. Considering it involves both John Zorn and Mike Patton it was probably hopeless from the start!

This is the first Zorn disc I have ever fully loved, and I bought all the previous Moonchild discs because of it. To my ears, his music has never before been so arranged, so focused in its effect. He has the best musicians here to help him. Trevor Dunn and Joey Baron can do anything they want with bass and drums, and the addition of Medeski's organ adds an indescribable and unexpected beauty. For me, the music is never better than when Patton is reciting Zorn's graphic and evocative poetry (inspired by and dedicated to the works of Edgar Varese, Antonin Artaud, and Aleister Crowley) over the swirling vortex of sound this ensemble creates. Patton is the best, most interesting, most versatile vocalist around, and his wordless screaming and gibberish on "Heliogabalus' is a listening experience like no other, yet his effect here is intensified even further by the rhythmic / phonetic demands of reciting actual words over this music.

For the musically adventurous this is one of those great coaster rides that must be experienced all the way through. But the feint of heart beware: there is some dark, powerful magick at work in this music. Careful what you think about as you listen, for it may give you the power to manifest it, as befits, I suspect, Zorns' will and purpose.

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 Spy Vs. Spy: The Music Of Ornette Coleman by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 1988
3.35 | 14 ratings

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Spy Vs. Spy: The Music Of Ornette Coleman
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

5 stars Review n° 208

John Zorn - Spy Vs. Spy: The Music Of Ornette Coleman

The shape of grind to come.

As a saxophone player, I'm a fan of both Ornette Coleman and John Zorn. Ornette and Zorn shares too much with themselves. They were innovators in music and alto sax, sometimes (most of) people used to criticize them, but it wasn't any trouble for their capacity and creativity. I have been a member of a free-grind band when I was younger. I feel every music has a strong and deep connection, and the hc/grindcore fits perfect with jazz. Naked City (Zorn's masterpiece) is another definitive proof. Both genres are somehow "extreme". Here, the compositions of Ornette Coleman were taken to a disturbing direction. Like the original "Free Jazz" album, by Coleman, Spy vs Spy was recorded with different saxophonists improvising simultaneously in stereo: Tim Berne (fantastic out-jazz musician) on the left channel, John Zorn on the right. There's two drummers in the line-up.

This album is pure energy. Just check the first tracks and you will see how the band lead Ornette's Chronology to a higher level of musical density. The tracks aren't deformed, like some avant-garde covers, the theme is just the same, you feel exactly the same music as Coleman, but it sounds explosive, like "hey there, someones installed a bomb in a classic track, and it's exploding right now". The cover illustrations agreed. There's something like Carl Stalling again, or maybe Scott Bradley, a notorious random sense of comical violence.

An influential album. Awesome. It couldn't go wrong at all with Zorn and Berne playing Coleman.

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 On the Torment of Saints, The Casting of Spells and the Evocation of Spirits by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 2013
4.00 | 2 ratings

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On the Torment of Saints, The Casting of Spells and the Evocation of Spirits
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

4 stars Review n° 207

John Zorn, november 2013 - On the Torment of Saints, The Casting of Spells and the Evocation of Spirits

Shakespeare, Witches, Museum... Zorn compositions and conceptual themes are always unusual. I appreciate this. His catalogue is huge, and featuring things like grindcore versions of jazz themes, avant garde classical music where violins suddenly play a short country riff (Cat O nine Tails), and pure noise improvisation. This is another chamber music experience. The scores for this album were played by talented musicians. And damn, it's great how the music works when classical combines with free jazz drumming.

The cover art is one of my favorites from all of his works. Not as good as Naked City's pics, featuring asian women, gangster gore or Maruo Suehiro. But it fits perfectly with the actual music. There are three works in this album: The Tempest: A Masque (11:20), All Hallows Eve (a suite in three pieces, something around 15 minutes), and The Temptations of St. Anthony (8 minutes). Make sure you read the liner notes.

If you enjoyed the math/avant chamber music presented here, you should look forward for Duras:Duchamp. Another chamber album by Zorn, deep dark and a good atmosphere.

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 The Book Of Heads by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 1995
2.00 | 6 ratings

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The Book Of Heads
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

2 stars Review N' 206

John Zorn - The Book Of Heads

It's like some nice films. I watched it once. But I don't want to watch it twice.

Another album where John Zorn doesn't play anything. This album is another weird movement. I think Zorn used the "heads" to inspire the sick score of the album. 35 tracks played by Marc Ribot (guitar). First of all, you will have to understand what's happening. There's a lot of hidden techniques behind this work. Some of them: rubbing balloons on the guitar strings until they pop, holding talking dolls up to the microphone, pulling the guitar strings out of the bridge notch, hitting the strings with pencils, and playing with rice.

An intelligent album, but once more, there's only a few words to say about the Book of Heads. The album was made of very, VERY experimental and irregular tracks, without any electric instrument (I think so). It will be a valuable album for those like me, looking for different things. Not something to play again and again, though. Fans only.

I'm not the kind of reviewer who usually rates with half stars, but I say 2.5 stars for this album, actually.

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 Locus Solus by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 1983
2.15 | 11 ratings

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Locus Solus
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by VOTOMS

2 stars Review n° 205

John Zorn - Locus Solus

Rock? Maybe. But totally in opposition. (A briefly feeling after looking at an abstract painting).

Locus Solus is a nice example of Zorn's early musical anarchy. Scratching sounds, Saxophone distinctive noises, random tribal drums, non-musical structure, a bunch of spoken words out of the rhythm (well, there's no rhythm at all)... Everything to turn any conservative musician into a diehard hater of his works. The grindcore/jazzcore experiments are there, sometimes I found something like that in the middle of the album, out of nowhere.

An interesting point: there's 38 tracks in the album, and still are lacking words to describe this album in a single review. It's very hard to translate this album in words, this is totally anti music, frenetic and hell. Hard listening. Interesting album cover, though.

Even funny, this album is somehow skippable. You can find better avant-garde ideas or insanity in other Zorn albums.

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 Dreamachines by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 2013
4.00 | 4 ratings

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Dreamachines
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by admireArt
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4 stars Factory like prolific and multi "style"oriented, composer performer, plays Jazz on this, 2013, "Dreamachines" project.

His own concept of Jazz, but it is still Jazz and I like it!

Very close to Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton and Buddy Rich's Trio, energy and direction, he reinforces the dymamics and textures of the "modern Jazz" concept, with a depth of range, Tatum's trio could not think of, because in their days, recording techniques were not so sophisticated, but their "spirit" is breathed in this amazing record.

Never stopping intelligent and attractive melody lines, which are both delightful and menacing, in the best kind of energetic performance, that I have rarely testified in many "new Jazz" and RiO projects. The album travels in an intensive procession of Brubeck-like broken keyboard "riffs" alongside a fast and never ceasing drumming, counterpointed by the vibraphone's linear and rhythmical voice, coming upfront as the guiding voice of the "concept" of the album.

Now, to to tag, forget this album, John Zorn's discography, to this or that sub-genre is almost impossible. For starters he comes out with 3 to 5 records a year (sometimes more), and each one has always an specific orientation, different from the others. So he plays from this kind of "modern Jazz", to at least 3 different kind of styles, the "RiO" one, the "Experimental" and the "Classical" ones. Add up to that, his "group" projects. (in this PA page, some of his "solo" records, are still missing).

So, to be clear, even though he has this singular ability to travel different routes the same year, in different productions, he almost never by rule, mixes things up. If you expect Jazz, that is what you get, no crossovers of different pictures. He is a focused composer, who happens to have a natural dominion over different styles of music, but above everything else, he is the owner of his own musical language.

This "Dreamachines" is not "dreamy", in the common understanding of the word, it has to do more with frantic-machinery, that sets you "dreaming" into wild space more than into peaceful environments. Fast and fiery, impeccable virtuous performances, intense and merciless in beauty and controlled frenzy.

Easy, ****4 plus something, PA stars. Don't miss!

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 Nosferatu by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 2012
4.00 | 8 ratings

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Nosferatu
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Conor Fynes
Prog Reviewer

4 stars 'Nosferatu' - John Zorn (8/10)

Truth be told, I haven't always liked the work of John Zorn. Although I agree with the notion that his best work is indicative of genius, I often get the impression with his solo albums that- quite frankly- there's not a great deal of intent behind them. Most of his musical ideas are engaging in the very least, but considering the man has put out several albums in this year alone, the hit-or-miss factor with his discography is no surprise. With that in mind, it is a joy and marvel to hear such a well-composed and executed album from him. John Zorn may be one of the most prolific composers out there, but as "Nosferatu" attests, this does not necessarily conflict with his quality. Minding the gap between dark ambient music and jazz, Zorn fashions an engaging and altogether believable horror film experience. However, amidst the subtle dissonance and spooky atmosphere, there are a handful of traditionally beautiful jazz tunes that distance it further from the concept gimmick it could have been made out to be. I wasn't sure what to expect at first, but Mr. Zorn has created something excellent with "Nosferatu".

"Nosferatu", of course, was originally a silent film; a masterpiece of German expressionism that managed to instill a sense of dread and macabre without a single touch of sound. Once again, in 1979, director Werner Herzog reimagined the vampire story into his own version, which ended up a masterpiece in its own right. For Zorn's purposes, I think the attention should be placed on the original. Although I'm not sure this album is timed meticulously enough to function as a proper soundtrack for the film, it's easy to envision the dark soundscapes here scoring a panning shot of a dilapidated manor-castle or a dimly lit banquet hall. "Desolate Landscape" is very much a representation of the ambient style on the album. It largely negates melody or even rhythm, instead focusing on mixing sounds and embellishing certain textures. The result may be lost on some listeners looking for something less abstract, but the effect of the atmosphere comes on strong and fast. It's oddly reminiscent of the same dark ambient stretches that the avant-garde black metal band Deathspell Omega have used in a couple of their albums.

Taking a look at the album titles, you can usually tell when it's going to be a dark ambient track. There is not a wild diversity within these compositions, but each feels distinctive enough to tell apart from the rest. "Fatal Sunrise" and "Death Ship" are other tracks to look out for. Had "Nosferatu" consisted of nothing but these pieces, I would have been impressed by its keen play with textures, but admittedly bored. Luckily, these dark ambient pieces are kept interesting by the fact that they're interspersed among a handful of more conventional jazz tracks. Fans of his work in Naked City may be expecting Zorn's 'jazz' here to be a chaotic swirl, but barring "The Battle of Good and Evil" (which is just as freaky as you would expect!) things are kept soft and even rather beautiful. "Lucy" and "Jonathan Harker" are the two greatest things "Nosferatu" has to offer. Although Zorn occasionally lends his virtuosic alto sax playing, the star performer here is pianist Rob Burger, who makes these largely keyboard-driven tunes come to life. These pieces often come close to feeling cinematic in their own right, albeit in a much different form than the spooky ambient material. Although the more abstract material on "Nosferatu" is something I think will provoke a love-or-hate response in most people, the piano-based tunes should be memorably beautiful by just about everyone's measure.

It's a great album, and Zorn proves here that he can take a concept piece seriously, without it becoming too abstract to process enjoyably. It's almost as if Zorn is Zappa's evil half- brother.

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 Nosferatu by ZORN, JOHN album cover Studio Album, 2012
4.00 | 8 ratings

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Nosferatu
John Zorn RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Slartibartfast
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Bram Stoker is 100 years dead as of April 2012. Imagine that. Nosferatu is actually the name of a movie released in 1922 based on Stoker's novel Dracula but the studio wasn't able to get the rights the novel. The music was created for a modern Polish stage production that is supposed to be "of" the novel. I wasn't able to verify what they are actually calling the play, but anyway... I was a big horror movie fan and also a movie soundtrack fan when I was a kid before I got into prog and jazz and classical so I had to go for this album and it has some of all of that all rolled together. Before you even get to the music you have to take a look at and a feel of the package. The Tzadic label gets two thumbs up for all the CD album packaging and artwork I have encountered so far. The outer cover is a velvety textured black cardboard with dark red slick textured lettering and a little bat on the front. The back is also smooth and velvety with dripping blood from the top edge. The booklet is more of a matt finish but also uses slick clear lettering on the front and clear slick blood streaks running down from the top edges of the pages in various patterns. The booklet has a few pages of pictures from the production (play, dance?) and it looks like it would be really good to see. Maybe it will make it to DVD one day.

Two other albums come to mind and they are Philip Glass's Dracula soundtrack for the Bela Lugosi movie that did get the novel rights and Harold Budd's (not at all about Dracula or Nosferatu) She Is A Phantom. The latter album comes closer to it for having vibes and a more atmospheric quality to the music. Put the three together and you'll have a nice spooky trio.

The track names are fairly indicative of the music you get. The starter track Desolate Landscape starts out the album with foreboding dark ambient music. Mina mellows it out a little while with piano and vibes. The Battle of Good and Evil noisy as you would expect from a battle between good and evil. John gets to in a little of his trademark sax strangling of course. Very industrial sounding a little Nine Inch Nailsish.

Sinistera and Van Helsing have that spooky vibes driven sound that makes me think of the Budd album. Fatal Sunrise brings back some mellower sax work and Bill Laswell steps forward with some atmospheric bass. Hypnosis comes in and spins around your head vibes and electric piano. The Lucy theme has some similarities to another piece from another album, but I can't quite put my finger on it right now. All of the non-undead persons titled pieces on this are really down to earth, mellow, and contemplative. Nosferatu on the other hand is screwy and creepy with rat noises and Zorn's breath.

The Stalking is one of those trademark Bill Laswell ambient dub style pieces. It's a long stalking too, as all stalking should be I guess. Old horror movie stalkings tend to be that way. It's the longest piece. The bass plods on along and creepy keyboards and squealing sax drift in and out and about. The Undead is a quiet piece with John on piano. Death Ship sounds like a creaky old vessel on a dead sea. Jonathan Harker has Rob Burger, the main keyboardist in the group, taking center stage in a duet with the group's percussionist, Kevin Norton, on vibes.

Vampires At Large, bass and electric keyboards lurking about. Renfield, piano and vibes again, hesitant, a little mysterious. Stalker Dub wraps it up, figures, did you remember to shoot it in the head with a silver bullet? No wait? that's all wrong. The stake, the stake, aieeee!!!

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