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An Unofficial Keiji Haino Website
Discography - Guest Appearances

 


  1. Magical Power Mako
    "Magical Power"
    Marquee/Polydor - 9331 - recorded 1973, released April 1974, rereleased 1995
    Hagakure Records - PGL1306/ISCP 1141 - reissued 2003
    compact disc - 12 tracks - 47 minutes 00 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Keiji Haino (credited as Kei-chan) (voice) - tracks 7 & 12
    1. The end Amen (01:04)
    2. Cha Cha (03:06)
    3. Tsugaru (04:15)
    4. In a cavern astronaus (01:38)
    5. Town (01:54)
    6. Flying (05:39)
    7. Restraint, Freedom (04:21)
    8. Open the morning, the window, the sun shine comes in the hope of today is a small bird singing (05:15)
    9. Ruding Piano (01:33)
    10. Shukuyakushi Nenbutsu Kanehari (01:45)
    11. American Village 1973 (04:08)
    12. Look up the sky (12:22)


    Magical Power Mako cover
    cover: uncredited



  2. Magical Power Mako
    "Hapmoniym 1"
    Mom and Dad Records - MoM 004 - recorded 1972, released 1995
    compact disc - 1 track - 43 minutes 25 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Keiji Haino (uncredited, although mentioned in the Thanks) - (voice)
    fragment of track 1 - Look up the sky - 6 minutes 10 seconds (37:16-43:26)
    This is a different version of the song than on "Magical Power".
    This cd was volume 1 of a planned 15 cd release on Mom and Dad Records (MoM 004-018). In 1995, Hapmoniym volumes 1-5 were released in limited, numbered editions as MoM 004-008. Volumes 6-15 were never released. Of the 5 volumes released, Haino appears only on volume 1.
    1. Hapmoniym 1 (43:25)


    Hapmoniym 1 cover
    cover: uncredited



  3. Fred Frith
    "Speechless"
    Ralph (USA) - FF 8106 - 1981 - lp
    T.E.C. Tones (USA) - FF 8106 - 1990 - lp
    RecRec (Switzerland) - ReCDec 902 - 1991 - cd
    RecRec (Switzerland) - ReCDec 902 - 1991 - ct
    East Side Digital (USA) - ESD 80542 - 1991 - cd
    compact disc - 19 tracks - ??:??
    entry on discogs.com
    Produced by Frith/Curran and Conod/Vogel with Francois Riether on (1-6)
    tracks on lp:
    1. Kick The Can (part 1) (Frith)
    2. Carnival On Wall St. (Frith)
    3. Ahead In The Sand (Frith)
    4. Laughing Matter (Frith)
    5. Esperanza (Frith)
    6. Women Speak To Men; Men Speak To Women (Frith, Curran)
    7. A Spit In The Ocean (Frith)
    8. Navajo (Frith)
    9. Balance (Frith)
    10. Saving Grace (Frith)
    11. Speechless (Frith)
    12. Conversations With White Arc (Frith, Laswell)
    13. Domaine De Planousset (Frith)
    14. Kick The Can (part 2) (Frith)
    credits for lp:
    Fred Frith: guitar, violin, mellotron, bass, organ, voice; Guigou Chenevier (1-6): drums, tenor, voice; Margot Mathieu (1-6): soprano, tenor, voice; Ferdinand Richard (1-6): bass, guimbarde, voice; Jo Thirion (1-6): organ, harmonium; Bill Laswell (7-13): bass; Fred Maher (7-13): drums; Steve Buchanan (8): snake sax; George Cartwright (7,8,10): alto; Tina Curran (8,12): recorders, bass; Mars Williams (7,8,10): baritone saxophone.

    Note: the CD adds a few bonus tracks and the complete list is:
    1. Kick The Can (part 1) (Frith) 2:19
    2. Carnival On Wall Street (Frith) 2:51
    3. Ahead In The Sand (Frith) 3:16
    4. Laughing Matter/Esperanza (Frith) 7:47
    5. Women Speak To Men; Men Speak To Women (Frith, Curran) 5:39
    6. A Spit In The Ocean (Frith) 2:17
    7. Navajo (Frith) 3:05
    8. Balance 5:04
    9. Saving Grace (Frith) 1:57
    10. Speechless (Frith) 3:05
    11. Conversations With White Arc (Frith, Laswell) 1:14
    12. Domaine De Planousset (Frith) 2:59
    13. Kick The Can (part 2) (Frith) 2:14
    14. The Entire Works Of Henry Cow (Frith) 1:00
    15. So Schnell Ich (Frith, Laswell, Maher) 3:25
    16. I'm Still Here And I Know What Time It Is (Frith, Curran) 1:06
    17. No More War (Frith, Gore) 4:46
    18. Typical American Family (Frith) 1:01
    19. Dig (Frith) 3:07
    additional production credits for bonus tracks:
    (14) collated at Pass, New York City and KUNM, Albuquerque (New Mexico) in 1980
    (15) recorded live at Rue Dunois, Paris in 1981
    (16,18) recorded at home in New York in 1982
    (17) recorded at home in New York in 1983
    (19) collage mixed at Studio Dig, Tokyo in February 1985
    additional musician credits for bonus tracks:
    Dagmar Krause (14): vocals; Lindsay Cooper (14); Chris Cutler (14): drums; Tim Hodgkinson (14); Geoff Leigh (14); John Greaves (14); Anthony Moore (14); Peter Blegvad (14); Bill Laswell (15): bass; Fred Maher (15): drums; Tina Curran (16): voice; Steve Gore (17): bass, keyboard; Steve Kretzmer (17): drums; Tenko (19): voice; Keiji Haino (19): voice; Ken-Ichi Takeda (19): taisho koto; Chie Mukai (19): kokyu; Masami Shinoda (19): alto; Tetsuto Koyama (19): bass; Miyamoto (19): drums; Fred Frith (14-19): guitar, keyboards, drill, drum, extraneous elements, voice, tape manipulation, body parts, home-mades, forgery.

    Haino's contribution:
    track 19 of cd (not available on lp) - Dig - 3 minutes 07 seconds
    Haino appears on voice
    Note: This is the same track "Dig" that appears on the "Welcome to Dreamland" compilation. The other Haino track on "Welcome to Dreamland", As it is, I will never let it end does not appear on this release.


    Speechless cover




  4. Shoji Hano
    "Tayhei Nipon"
    Package - PACM 1001 - released 1991
    compact disc - 5 tracks - 57 minutes 22 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Tracks 1,4 & 5 recorded on November 13, 1990 at Kido-Airac Hall
    Track 2 recorded on January 5, 1991 at Mandara II
    Track 3 recorded on February 15, 1991 at Blue Note Studio
    Keiji Haino (voice, guitar) (tracks 2 & 3)
    Shoji Hano (percussion) (tracks 1-5)
    Yoshinori Yanagawa (alto sax) (track 2)
    1. Chi-Hei (19:51)
    2. Typhoon (10:00)
    3. Tayhei Song (08:34)
    4. Dayraku I (06:01)
    5. Dayraku II (12:56)


    Tayhei Nipon cover
    cover photo & design: Shoji Hano



  5. Pain Killer
    "Rituals: Live in Japan"
    Toy's Factory - TFCK 88627 - released 1993
    compact disc - 17 tracks - 70 minutes 32 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Recorded Live September 26, 1991 by Makito Takashi at La Mama, Tokyo
    Keiji Haino (voice, guitar)
    John Zorn (alto sax)
    Bill Laswell (bass)
    Mick Harris (drums)
      [first set]
    1. sound check (00:37)
    2. first blood (00:41)
    3. five doors (00:37)
    4. cinnabar (02:40)
    5. pestilence (03:25)
    6. the hex (01:21)
    7. snake eyes (03:45)
    8. poisonous visions (08:16)
    9. vapors of phlegm and blood (09:47)
    10. tetragrammaton (09:48)

    11. [second set]
    12. prophecy (05:13)
    13. tantric bile (00:18)
    14. the sieve (02:19)
    15. abscesses (09:16)
    16. cat's cradle (06:42)
    17. demonic possession (02:49)
    18. tokyo lucky hole (02:58)

    Haino appears on tracks 9,10,15,16, & 17.


    Rituals cover
    cover photo: Araki Nobuyoshi
    cover design:TOMOYO T.L. (KARATH=RAZAR)



  6. Perfect Hell
    "tairikuotoko vs sanmyakuonna"
    SSE - 4034 - released 1994
    compact disc - 12 tracks - 55 minutes 58 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    recorded at Triade, Rinky Dink, January to March, 1994
    Keiji Haino (voice) - track 6
    1. theme (01:31)
    2. perfect hell (07:43)
    3. spain (01:38)
    4. strong kiosk (03:46)
    5. child in moonmadness (7:48)
    6. takion (05:10)
    7. space lynch (06:04)
    8. rental brain (05:51)
    9. hoden girls (04:06)
    10. king of caffeine (07:16)
    11. planaria(03:53)
    12. theme (01:09)


    Perfect Hell cover
    cover photo: Araki Nobuyoshi



  7. Makigami Koichi
    "Koroshi No Blues"
    Toshiba/EMI Japan - TOCT-6496 - released 1993
    compact disc - 11 tracks - 54 minutes 58 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Recorded at R.P.M. Sound, New York City in January 1992
    track 10 recorded at Greenpoint
    Haino appears "devil chanting" on track 4
    Haino appears on guitar and vocals on track 10 with Pain Killer
    1. Saizansu Mambo (Tani, Tetsuo, Tadaosa) (3:43)
    2. Onna O Wasurero (Toshio, Toru) (4:45)
    3. Machiboke No Kissaten (Hattori, arr. Quine) (3:49)
    4. Akunin Shigan (Kayako, Riichiro, arr. Zorn) (04:35)
    5. Sukiyaki Etoufee (Rokusuke, Hachidai, arr. Klucevsek) (6:28)
    6. Yozora No Fue (Kuranosuke) (3:52)
    7. Tokyo No Yane No Shita (Takao, Ryoichi, arr. Gallant) (10:01)
    8. Kaette Kita Yopparai (Folk Parody Gang, Kazuhiko, arr. Yoshihide) (3:46)
    9. Utsuro (Koichi)(3:03)
    10. Marianne (Yasuko, Yoshio) (7:50)
    11. Koroshi No Blues (Hachiro, Kagehisa) (3:06)


    Koroshi no Blues cover
    cover design: Tomoyo T.L.



  8. Faust
    "Rien"
    Table of the Elements - Chromium - released 1995
    compact disc - 7 tracks - 42 minutes 53 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Keiji Haino (voice, guitar) - tracks 2 & 6
    1. Ø (00:14)
    2. Rien (05:29)
    3. Long distance calls in the desert (04:10)
    4. Eroberung der stille, Teil II (09:19)
    5. Ear to fish (15:25)
    6. Eroberung der stille, Teil I (06:54)
    7. Fin (01:22)


    Rien cover
    cover design: uncredited



  9. Cinorama
    "Niwa Niwa" (garden, the garden)
    PSF - PSFD 63 - released 1995
    compact disc - 12 tracks - 39 minutes 19 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Keiji Haino (voice, maracas) - track 4
    1. spinning thread (02:47)
    2. a librarian, a winter wood (03:11)
    3. an aggravating conductor (02:24)
    4. da-ga-ku round about poe (02:36)
    5. a face, showing at an ivy (03:27)
    6. wuthering heights (04:41)
    7. the death horse--a night traveler (03:20)
    8. not enough to laugh (03:29)
    9. sirius--the east (03:31)
    10. a key to the field (01:22)
    11. from a winter note (05:06)
    12. yearning (03:25)


    Cinorama cover
    cover painting: Sakata Sachiyo



  10. Yamada Chisato
    "Fushigi na sekai" (Fantasy World)
    PSF - PSFD 73 - released 1996
    compact disc - 5 tracks - 37 minutes 59 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Keiji Haino (guitar, percussion, voice)- tracks 4 & 5
    1. (04:30)
    2. (08:18)
    3. (05:23)
    4. TSU GA RU 1 (11:52)
    5. TSU GA RU 2 (07:57)


    Yamada Chisato cover
    cover photo: uncredited



  11. Andy Haas
    "Arnhem Land"
    Avant - 048 - released 1997
    compact disc - 12 tracks - 52 minutes 03 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Keiji Haino (voice) - track 3, 9, & 12
    Andy Haas (didgeridoo)
    1. escarpment (04:19) w/ Ikue Mori (drum machines)
    2. mortuary rites (04:07) w/ Cyro Baptista (berimbau)
    3. the lightning man (03:33) w/ Keiji Haino (voice)
    4. subincision (05:57) w/ Fred Frith (guitar)
    5. burial cave (04:36) w/ Anthony Coleman (organ)
    6. green ant song (06:7) w/ Makigami Koichi (voice)
    7. the burning earth (04:35) w/ Cyro Baptista (wood percussion)
    8. cicatrix (02:27) w/ Fred Frith (guitar)
    9. ochred bones (04:10) w/ Keiji Haino (voice)
    10. in the belly of the snake (06:11) w/ Ikue Mori (drum machines)
    11. song for the dead (02:38) w/ Cyro Baptista (metal percussion)
    12. undreamt (03:07) w/ Keiji Haino (voice)


    Haas cover
    cover photo: uncredited



  12. PainKiller
    "The Complete Studio Recordings Boxed Set"
    Tzadik - TZ 7317-4 - released February, 1998
    4 compact discs - 33 tracks - 198 minutes 39 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    originally released as "Buried Secrets" (1/2 cd), "Guts of a Virgin", (1/2 cd) and "Execution Ground" (3cd) on various labels, including Toy's Factory (Japan), Earache (UK), Subharmonic (US).
    Disk one includes one "bonus" track, which features Keiji Haino on guitar: "Marianne" -- Painkiller with Makigami Koichi and Keiji Haino originally released on the recording "Koroshi no Blues". (See entry 6. above.)
    John Zorn (alto sax)
    Bill Laswell (bass)
    Mick Harris (drums)
    Keiji Haino (voice, guitar)
    disc 1, track 23 - Marianne - (08:05) - Pain Killer with Makigami Koichi & Keiji Haino
      [disc one: from Buried Secrets] (27:29)
    1. Tortured Souls (01:53)
    2. One-Eyed Pessary (01:50)
    3. Trailmarker (00:09)
    4. Blackhole Dub (03:29)
    5. Buried Secrets (06:13)
    6. The Ladder (00:21)
    7. Executioner (02:49)
    8. Black Chamber (02:27)
    9. Skinned (00:55)
    10. The Toll (07:23)

    11. [disc one: from Guts of a Virgin] (24:12)
    12. Scud Attack (03:06)
    13. Deadly Obstacle Collage (00:19)
    14. Damage to the Mask (02:40)
    15. Guts of a Virgin (01:15)
    16. Handjob (00:10)
    17. Portent (04:06)
    18. Hostage (02:23)
    19. Lathe of God (00:53)
    20. Dr. Phibes (03:07)
    21. Purgatory of Fiery Vulvas (00:24)
    22. Warhead (01:16)
    23. Devil's Eye (04:33)

    24. [disc one: from Koroshi no Blues] (08:05)
    25. Marianne w/ Makigami Koichi & Keiji Haino (08:05)

    26. [disc two: from Execution Ground] (44:23)
    27. Parish of Tama (Ossuary dub) (16:04)
    28. Morning of Balachaturdasi (14:38)
    29. Pashupatinath (13:41)

    30. [disc three: from Execution Ground (Ambient Mixes)] (39:11)
    31. Pashupatinath ambient (19:58)
    32. Parish of Tama ambient (19:13)

    33. [disc four: from Execution Ground (Live in Osaka)] (55:19)
    34. Gandhamadana (12:58)
    35. Vaidurya (8:58)
    36. Satapitaka (11:15)
    37. Bokyithangga w/ Yamatsuka Eye (13:04)
    38. Black Bile/Yellow Bile/Blue Bile/Crimson Bile/Ivory Bile w/ Yamatsuka Eye (09:04)


    Pain Killer Cover
    cover photo: TOMOYO T.L. (KARATH=RAZAR)



  13. Charles Hayward
    "Double Agent(s) Live in Japan Volume 2"
    Locus Solus Records - LSR 002 - released May, 1998
    compact disc - 6 tracks - 70 minutes 07 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    The artists that appear with Hayward include Keiji Haino, Tatsuya Yoshida, Yoshihide Otomo, and Peter Brötzmann.
    All tracks recorded on Hayward's April 1996 Japan tour.
    Haino appears on tracks 1, 5, & 6.
    1. split personalities (13:09) - Haino (guitar and vocals)/Hayward (percussion and vocal)
    2. neurological focus shift (04:35) - Yoshida & Hayward
    3. Crisis on Earth Two (12:28)- Otomo & Hayward
    4. Parallel universe (11:58) - Brötzmann & Hayward
    5. Crisis on Earth Three (19:07) - Haino (guitar and vocals), Hayward (percussion and vocal), Brötzmann (sax)
    6. The most dangerous Earth of all (08:51) - Haino (guitar and vocals), Hayward (percussion and vocal), Brötzmann (sax)


    Hayward cover
    cover: Charles Hayward & Sue Lawes



  14. Kazuki Tomokawa
    Erise no Me (The Eyes of Elise)
    PSF -- PSFD-8008 -- recording date: March 20, 2001, release date: May 25, 2001
    compact disc - 11 tracks - 44:52 minutes
    Haino appears as a guest musician on 2 tracks.
    entry on discogs.com
    Kazuki Tomokawa (vocals)
    Masato Nagahata (mandolin, accordion, piano)
    Toshiaki Ishizuka (percussion)
    Taroh Kanai (guitar)
    Keiji Haino (guitar on 9 & 11)

    Although the cd sleeve explicitly states that Haino plays guitar on tracks 9 and 10, listening to the tracks shows that it must be a typographical error. Haino can be heard on tracks 9 and 11.

    This album was re-released in its entirety in July, 2003 as part of a 13-cd boxed set that contains all 10 Kazuki Tomokawa albums previously released on PSF as well as three bonus cds. The catalog number for this boxed set is PSF 134/46.

    1. (04:15)
    2. (04:46)
    3. (03:17)
    4. (03:27)
    5. (05:15)
    6. (02:58)
    7. (02:49)
    8. (02:56)
    9. Ranki kokkara mai (Public Lord Freedom Membership Party) (4:44)
    10. (05:05)
    11. Chichi o kau (Buy a Father) (5:23)


    Tomokawa Cover
    art direction: Yasunori Arai



  15. À Qui Avec Gabriel
    Utsuho
    Tzadik -- TZ 7233 -- release date: July, 2001
    compact disc - 11 tracks - 55:40 minutes
    entry on discogs.com
    À Qui Avec Gabriel (accordion, voice)
    Tanabe Retsuan (shakuhachi, 2)
    Natsuaki Fumihisa (drums, 2, 10; xylophone, 4)
    Ochi Yasuhiko (bass, 2, 10)
    Fujita Akio (clarinet, 4)
    Kawamura Meiko (piano, 6)
    Ota Keisuke (violin, toys, voice, 10)
    Keiji Haino (guitar, voice, fujara, 8)
    All compositions by À Qui Avec Gabriel, except 8 by À Qui Avec Gabriel and Keiji Haino. Tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 recorded October and November, 2000 by Tanaka Katsunori and Tanaka Akira at Sambinha Studio, Saitama. Tracks 2, 4, 6, 10 recorded June, 2000 by Uchiyama Nobukazu at Free Studio Shonan, Kanagawa. Track 8 recorded June and October, 2000 by Ozawa Yasushi at Studio Uen, Tokyo. Mixed by Tanaka Katsunori and Tanaka Akira except 8 by Ozawa Yasushi.
    1. a tale of longing for the moon (02:41)
    2. hard to fade away (05:46)
    3. between night and dawn (04:03)
    4. shining drops--listening to you (06:19)
    5. koiwai farm air (03:18)
    6. spring and ashura (mental sketch modified) (09:30)
    7. across the wind (04:39)
    8. a blue black storm or a poet(07:13)
    9. garance (02:31)
    10. cats and the moon--dear little creatures(06:12)
    11. galactic voice (03:24)


    À Qui Avec Gabriel  Cover
    photograph: Amano Toshiya
    design: Heung-Heung Chin



  16. Magical Power Mako
    Hapmoniym 5CD Boxed Set Reissue
    Mio Records (Israel) -- Mio 001-005 -- release date: December, 2001
    Atavistic -- ALP109-113BX -- projected release date: Summer, 2000
    boxed set of 5 compact discs - ? tracks - ?:?? minutes
    entry on discogs.com
    These five cds were originally released as five individual cds in limited editions by Naohiro Ukawa's label, MoM 'n' DaD, as HAPMONIYM Volumes 1 through 5 in 1995. Haino appears on volume one. Haino is recognizable (on voice) for only one song (about six minutes) of the single track cd.
    In early 2000, the Atavistic records website listed this boxed set as a forthcoming release with catalogue number, ALP109-113BX, and a projected release date of Summer 2000. This boxed set has not been released by Atavistic.
    Later, Mio Records offered these cds for sale individually with catalog numbers Mio 001 through Mio 005.


    Mio  Cover



  17. Kazuki Tomokawa
    Box
    PSF -- PSFD-134-146 -- release date: July, 2003
    compact disc x 13 - ?? tracks - ??:?? minutes
    Haino appears as a guest musician on 2 tracks.
    entry on discogs.com
    Keiji Haino (guitar on tracks 9 & 11 of Erise No Me)

    Limited to six hundred copies, the set comes housed in a heavy-duty, LP sized box, with accompanying booklet and postcard. It contains all ten of the solo Tomokawa studio albums previously released by PSF. Three exclusive bonus disks are also included. The Haino release is limited to the two tracks on Erise no Me, one of the 10 Kazuki Tomokawa albums previously on PSF and collected here.

    1. Ranki kokkara mai (4:44)
    2. Chichi o kau (5:23)


    Tomokawa Cover
    photo credit: unknown



  18. Reiko Kudo
    Licking Up Dust
    Hyotan Records -- HYOTAN-003 -- release date: January, 2008
    compact disc, album - 7 tracks - 23 minutes 04 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Organ [Fender Rhodes], Organ [Wind], Guitar, Biwa, Organ [With Leslie] - Tori Kudo
    Recorded By - Mitsumune Tsuru , Teruki Tamayanagi
    Vocals - Reiko Kudo
    Notes: Recorded at Village Hototoguis Studio in January, May and July 2007.
    Comes in gatefold papersleeve and includes an eight page booklet of lyrics in Japanese and English.
    Japanese title given as "Chiri o Nameru".
    1. Faraway Mountains
      Guitar [Electric] - Keiji Haino (03:32)
    2. Chestnut (02:34)
    3. Summer Flowers (02:53)
    4. Don't Fall Asleep
      Bass - Teruki Tamayanagi
      Drums - Keiji Haino (04:42)
    5. Butterfly (03:13)
    6. Biwa (Loquat) (02:51)
    7. Snow Mountain
      Vocals - Keiji Haino (03:19)


    Kudo  Cover
    Artwork By [Design] - Namio Kudo
    Artwork By [Drawing] - Tomoko Oshika


  19. Full Blast + Friends
    Crumbling Brain
    Okka Disc -- ODL 10011 -- release date: 2010
    lp - 6 tracks - 42:51 minutes
    entry on discogs.com
    Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone - Mars Williams
    Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet [B-flat], Tárogató - Peter Brötzmann
    Drums, Producer - Michael Wertmüller
    Electric Bass - Marino Pliakas
    Electric Guitar, Voice - Keiji Haino
    Trumpet - Peter Evans
    Notes: Recorded live November 6/2008/Quasimod/Jazzfest Berlin
    Music By - Marino Pliakas , Michael Wertmüller , Peter Brötzmann
    Recorded By, Mixed By - Axel Sommerfeld
    1. A1 Crumbling Brain (6:27)
    2. A2 Battle Of Visions (10:02)
    3. A3 Have Your Eyes (5:36)
    4. B1 Pull Up! Pull Up! Terrain! Terrain! (6:08)
    5. B2 Elegance Of Darkness (6:54)
    6. B3 Deathbop (7:44)


    Crumbling Brain Cover
    design: Peter Brötzmann


  20. Peter Brötzmann
    long story short
    trost -- TR112 -- release date: February 19, 2013
    5xcd+booklet - 18 tracks - ??:?? minutes
    entry on discogs.com
    This boxed set features performances from the "Unlimited" festival in Wels, Austria on November, 2011. A 24-page booklet is included.
      disc one:
    • sonore
    • chicago tentet with john tchicai
    • michiyo yagi / okkyung lee / xu fengxia
    • peter brötzmann / masahiko satoh / takeo moriyama

    • disc two:
    • joe mcphee / maallem mokhtar gania / fred longberg-holm / michael zerang
    • peter brötzmann / michiyo yagi / tamaya honda
    • peter brötzmann / jason adasiewicz / sabu toyozumi
    • dieb13 / mats gustafsson / martin siewert

    • disc three:
    • keiji haino, vocals & guitar (21:44)
    • peter brötzmann / bill laswell / maallem mokhtar gania / hamid drake

    • disc four:
    • jeb bishop / joe mcphee / mars williams / jason adasiewicz / kent kessler / tamaya honda
    • hairy bones
    • masahiko satoh
    • chicago tentet with michiyo yagi "concert for fukushima"

    • disc five:
    • peter brötzmann / eric revis / nasheet waits
    • dkv trio with mats gustafsson / massimo pupillo / paal nilssen-love
    • full blast
    • caspar brötzmann massaker


    long story short
    design: Peter Brötzmann


  21. Gaspar Claus
    Jo Ha Kyu
    Modest Launch - ML20130222 - release date: February, 2013
    cd - 4 tracks - 73:57 minutes
    lp+mp3 - 4 tracks - 73:57 minutes
    important records -- imprec 378 -- release date: June, 2013
    cd - 3 tracks - ??:?? minutes
    lp - 1 track - 33:17 minutes
    entry on discogs.com (Modest Launch)
    entry on discogs.com (Important)
    note: Both the Japanese and American release of the lp contain "Jo Ha Kyu" split into 14 min and 19 min halves. The lps do not contain first contact tracks. The Japanese version of the lp does come with an mp3 download that includes the entire contents of the Japanese cd, including the bonus tracks. The American version of the lp does not include an mp3 download.
    The Japanese version of the cd has "Jo Ha Kyu" as a single track plus three bonus first contact tracks.
    The American version of the cd has "Jo Ha Kyu" as a single track plus two different bonus first contact tracks.
    The first 100 copies of the American version of the lp are on transparent vinyl and come with two copies of a huge poster of the cover of the Japanese version of the album.
    • Eiko Ishibashi - voice, piano, drums
    • Gaspar Claus - cello
    • Kakushin Nishihara - voice, satsuma biwa
    • Kazuki Tomokawa - voice, guitar
    • Kazutoki Umezu - tenor saxophone
    • Keiji Haino - voice
    • Hiromichi Sakamoto - electric cello
    • Leonard Eto - wadaiko
    • Ryuichi Sakamoto - piano
    • Yoshihide Otomo - turntable
    • Sachiko M - sine wave
    Japanese version
    1. Jo Ha Kyu (33:17)
    2. First Contact #1 with Sachiko M (08:27)
    3. First Contact #2 with Eiko Ishibashi (10:50)
    4. First Contact #3 with Keiji Haino (21:23)
    American version
    1. Jo Ha Kyu (33:17)
    2. First Contact #4 with Horoshimi Sakamoto (??:??)
    3. First Contact #5 with Otomo Yoshihide (??:??)


    jo ha kyu
    design: Japanese version


    jo ha kyu
    design: American version



  22. Zunou Keisatsu (Brain Police)
    title: Anten
    Idol Japan Records - TECH-25369 - release date: December 11, 2013
    compact disc - 9 tracks - 35 minutes 56 seconds
    entry on discogs.com
    Zunou Keisatsu (vo,g,perc,b,dr,kb)
    Keiji Haino (g,vo)
    Haino appears on guitar on track 7 only. While the cd only credits him with guitar, it is clear that he also adds some background vocals to track 7 as well.
    1. (03:01)
    2. (03:30)
    3. (03:30)
    4. (03:48)
    5. (05:15)
    6. (03:27)
    7. (08:32)
    8. (01:44)
    9. (03:09)


    Brain Police
    cover design: unknown