Prime Meridian

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Released August or November1 1995
 

Players

  • Meridian Arts Ensemble:
    • Kevin Cobb (trumpet)
    • John Ferrari (drums)
    • Daniel Grabois (horn)
    • Benjamin Herrington (trombone)
    • Jon Nelson (trumpet)
    • Raymond G. Stewart (tuba)

Tracks

  1. Fanfare for a New Theatre[2]
  2. Peaches en Regalia[3]
  3. Let's Make the Water Turn Black[3]
  4. Oh No[3]
  5. Igor's Boogie[3]
  6. Eat that Question[3]
  7. Echidna's Arf[3]
  8. Song for Someone[4]
  9. Ice Rose[5]
  10. A Carrot is as Close as a Rabbit Gets to a Diamond[5]
  11. When I see Mommy, I Feel Like a Mummy[5]
  12. Apes-Ma[5]
  13. Dropout Boogie[5]
  14. Suction Prints[5]
  15. Fanfare for All[6]
  16. Song for a Dead King[7]
  17. Pandora's Magic Castle[8]
  18. Jessica[9]
  19. Bucket Cue[10]
  20. Freaky Guitar Freylehks[10]
  21. V'erastikh Li (Divine Betrothal)[10]
  22. Full Moon, Ancient Waters[10]
  23. Psycho-Klezmer (from the repetoire of Naftulie Brandwein)[10]
  24. Paterson 2:35[11]

Release Notes

Total time: 70:35.
Recorded February 20-22, 1995 in Raphaelpleinkerk, Amsterdam.

Liner Notes

Background Information

Conceptual Continuity

Versions

ZFT # Version # # discs Format Catalog # Release
(YYYY-MM-DD)
EAN.UCC-13
(barcode)
Artwork Comment
n/a 1
Original
Stereo
1 CD Channel Crossings
CCS 8195
1995-08-07 or1 1995-11-20 0723385819523    

Notes

  1. Depending on the source, released August 7 or November 20, 1995.
  2. Track 1 composed by Igor Stravinsky
  3. Tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 composed by Frank Zappa and arranged by Jon Nelson
  4. Track 8 composed by Kenny Wheeler
  5. Tracks 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14 composed by Captain Beefheart and arranged by Daniel Grabois & Jon Nelson
  6. Track 15 composed by Milton Babbit
  7. Track 16 composed by Jon Nelson
  8. Track 17 composed by Rich Shemaria
  9. Track 18 composed by Herbie Hancock and arranged by Benjamin Herrington
  10. Tracks 19, 20, 21, 22 & 23 from Schvitz Suite by Frank London and arranged by Raymond Stewart
  11. Track 24 composed by Jon Nelson