Susie Ibarra

The
Susie Ibarra
Discography


A work in progress — by Rick Lopez.

Document Born October 16, 1998

UPDATES

December 28, 2009
Photo of Ms. Ibarra copyright © Susan O'Connor.
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Session-by-session listing:

  • 94.02.00 / William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Flowers Grow In My Room (Centering Records)
  • 95.01.29 / William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Sunrise In The Tone World (AUMFidelity)
    + 95.02.19 and 95.02.26
  • 95.02.19 / William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Sunrise In The Tone World (AUMFidelity)
    + 95.01.29 and 95.02.26
    • Jazziz On Disc, January 2000 Ltd Ed. (Jazziz Magazine)
  • 95.02.26 / William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Sunrise In The Tone World (AUMFidelity)
    + 95.01.29 and 95.02.19
  • 95.10.18 / One World Ensemble: Breathing Together (Freedom)
  • 95.12.18 / William Parker's In Order to Survive: Compassion Seizes Bed-Stuy (Homestead)
  • 96.05.02 / David S. Ware Quartet: Godspelized (DIW) + 96.05.03
  • 96.05.03 / David S. Ware Quartet: Godspelized (DIW)
  • 96.06.19 / David S. Ware Quartet (Various Artists): Knitting Factory What Is Jazz? Festival 1996 (Knitting Factory Works)
    • The Heineken Jazz Groove 1996 (Knitting Factory Works)
  • 96.07.27 / Assif Tsahar Trio: Shekhina (Eremite)
  • 96.12.02 / David S. Ware: Wisdom of Uncertainty (AUMFidelity) + 96.12.03
  • 96.12.03 / David S. Ware: Wisdom of Uncertainty (AUMFidelity)
  • 97.01.16 / Assif Tsahar Trio: "ein sof" (Silkheart Records) + 97.01.17
  • 97.01.17 / Assif Tsahar Trio: "ein sof" (Silkheart Records)
  • 97.01.31 / David Budbill: Cells of Sound Equal Word—Moving Pictures Smile (self-produced)
  • 97.02.07 / William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.07.02, 98.03.20, and 98.03.21
  • 97.05.28 / John Zorn & Susie Ibarra: Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.05.29, 97.05.30, 97.06.01 (2) and 97.06.01 (4)
  • 97.05.29 / William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.05.28, 97.05.30, 97.06.01 (2) and 97.06.01 (4)
  • 97.05.30 / David S. Ware Quartet: Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.05.28, 97.05.29, 97.06.01 (2) and 97.06.01 (4)
  • 97.06.01 (1) / Butch Morris: Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.05.28, 97.05.29, 97.05.30, and 97.06.01 (4)
  • 97.06.01 (2) / Assif Tsahar Trio with John Tchicai: Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.05.28, 97.05.29, 97.05.30, and 97.06.01 (2)
  • 97.07.02 / William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.02.07, 98.03.20, and 98.03.21
    • The Texaco New York Jazz Festival Radio Series Live at The Knitting Factory (Knitting Factory)
  • 97.07.17 / Matthew Shipp: The Multiplication Table (hat HUT)
  • 97.12.11 / David S. Ware: Go See the World (SONY/Columbia) + 97.12.12
    • Jazziz On Disc (Jazziz Magazine)
  • 97.12.12 / David S. Ware: Go See the World (SONY/Columbia)
  • 98.01.04 / Susie Ibarra / Denis Charles: Drum Talk (Wobbly Rail)
  • 98.02.28 / Susie Ibarra & Assif Tsahar: Home Cookin' (Hopscotch) + 98.09.15
    • The Texaco New York Jazz Festival Radio Series Live at The Knitting Factory (Knitting Factory)
  • 98.03.20 / William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.02.07, 97.07.02, and 98.03.21
  • 98.03.21 / William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard (AUMFidelity)
    + 97.02.07, 97.07.02, and 98.03.20
  • 98.04.09 / William Parker's In Order to Survive: Posium Pendasem (FMP) + 98.04.11
  • 98.04.11 / William Parker's In Order to Survive: Posium Pendasem (FMP)
  • 98.07.16 / Agustí Fernández Trio: One Night at the Joan Miró Foundation (Synergy Records)
  • 98.09.15 / Susie Ibarra & Assif Tsahar: Home Cookin' (Incus Records) + 98.02.28
  • >98.11.00 / Steve Dalachinsky: Incomplete Directions (Knitting Factory)
  • 98.12.01 / Steve Dalachinsky: Incomplete Directions (Knitting Factory Records)
  • 99.00.00 / Dave Douglas: El Trilogy (RCA Victor)
  • 99.02.07 / Derek Bailey & Susie Ibarra: Daedal (Incus Records)
  • 99.03.30 / Assif Tsahar & the Brass Reeds Ensemble: Hollow World (Hopscotch)
  • 99.08.09 / Yo La Tengo: And then nothing turned itself inside-out (Matador Records)
    • Yo La Tengo: Saturday (Matador Records)
  • 99.07.18 / Susie Ibarra Trio: Radiance (Hopscotch)
  • 99.09.11 / Other Dimensions in Music (Various Artists): New Communities of Sound (IntrepidEar)
  • 99.10.29 / Susie Ibarra Trio (Various Artists): Live at Tonic (Tonic)
  • 99.11.05 / Herido: Live at St. James Cathedral, Chicago (8th Harmonic Breakdown)
  • 99.12.14 / Chadbourne º Dresser º Ibarra º Morris: Pain Pen (Avant)
  • 99.12.21 / Susie Ibarra: Flower After Flower (Avant)
  • 00.01.24 / Agustí Fernandez & Susie Ibarra (Various Artists): IBA 2nd Anniversario (IBA)
  • 00.10.09 / Ori Kaplan Percussion Ensemble: Gongol (Knitting Factory Records) + 00.10.10
  • 00.10.10 / Ori Kaplan Percussion Ensemble: Gongol (Knitting Factory Records)
  • 01.04.04 / Sylvie Courvoisier º Joelle Léandre º Susie Ibarra: passaggio (Intakt Records) + 01.04.07
  • 01.04.07 / Sylvie Courvoisier º Joelle Léandre º Susie Ibarra: passaggio (Intakt Records)
  • 01.07.06 / Derek Bailey & Susie Ibarra: BIDS (Incus Records)
  • 01.09.26 / Susie Ibarra Trio: Songbird Suite (Tzadik)
  • 01.10.09 / John Lindberg Quartet: Ruminations Upon Ives and Gottschalk (between the lines) + 01.10.10
  • 01.10.10 / John Lindberg Quartet: Ruminations Upon Ives and Gottschalk (between the lines)
  • 01.11.13 / Mephista: Black Narcissus (Tzadik)
  • 01.12.00 to 02.01.00 / Roberto J. Rodriguez: El Danzon de Moises (Tzadik)
  • 02.01.02 / John Zorn: Cobra, Volume 2 (Tzadik)
  • 02.09.02 / Yo La Tengo: Nuclear War (Matador Records)
  • 02.10.19 / New Circle Five: Dreaming Wide Awake (Deep Listening) + 02.10.20
  • 02.10.20 / New Circle Five: Dreaming Wide Awake (Deep Listening)
  • 03.07.15 / Susie Ibarra & Mark Dresser: Tone Time (Wobbly Rail)
  • 03.09.22 / John Zorn: 50th Birthday Celebration, Vol. 8 [LIVE] (Tzadik)
  • 03.00.00 / Susie Ibarra: Folkloriko (Tzadik)
  • 03.11.11 / Mephista: Entomological Reflections (Tzadik)
  • 03.12.00 to 04.01.00 / John Lindberg: Winter Birds (Between the Lines)
  • 04.00.00 / Wadada Leo Smith's Silver Orchestra: Lake Biwa (Tzadik)
  • 06.00.00 / Michael Dessen: lineal (Circumvention Music)
  • 07.00.00 / Electric Kulintang: Dialects (Plastic Records)
  • 07.05.05 / Susie Ibarra: Drum Sketches (Innova)


94.02.00 • William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Flowers Grow In My Room

Centering Records CD1002 (CD) 1995

February 1994 through July 1994 / unknown venue, New York City
"During The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestras' 1994 season"
CD1002
1. Huey Is Left Alone [16:42]
2. Snowflakes In The Desert [2:46]
3. Huey Goes To Coney Island [13:06]
4. Flowers Grow In My Room [14:46]
5. We Cannot Put Off Being Human Another Day
 Part 1—It Is For You (thicket) [8:54]
 Part 2—Distillation Of Souls [8:36]
 Part 3—It Is For You (sunrise) [3:29]
26. Golden Smokes In The Chapel [2:05]
William Parker (bass-1,3,4; leader, Compositions)
Rob Brown and Marco Eneidi (alto sax)
Will Connell (alto sax, flute)
Chris Jonas (soprano sax)
Richard Keene and Assif Tsahar (tenor sax)
Dave Sewelson and Joe Ruddick (baritone sax)
Dave Hofstra (tuba)
Lewis Barnes and Richard Rodriguez (trumpet)
Roy Campbell (trumpet-1,2,3,5)
Alex Lodico, Masahiko Kono and Steve Swell (trombone)
Billy Bang (violin-1)
Leopanar Witlarge (cello-1)
Akira Ando (bass-4; cello)
Hal Onserud (bass)
Gregg Bendian (vibes; drums-2)
Susie Ibarra (drums-1,3,4,5,6)
Shoji Hano (drums-5)

{Primary Source: George Scala} Not in my collection.

95.01.29 • William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Sunrise In The Tone World

AUM Fidelity AUM002/3 (2CD) 1997

1st session [See also: 95.02.19 & 95.02.26

January 29, 1995 / Knitting Factory, New York City
AUM002/3
1. The Bluest J [26:05]
2. Voice Dancer Kidd [7:44]
William Parker (bass, leader, Compositions)
Lewis Barnes and Richard Rodriguez (trumpet)
Alex Lodico, Masahiko Kono and Steve Swell (trombone)
Dave Hofstra (tuba)
Chris Jonas (soprano sax)
Will Connell (alto sax, bass clarinet, flute)
Marco Eneidi and Mabo Suzuki (alto sax)
Assif Tsahar and Ben Koen (tenor sax)
Dave Sewelson and Joe Ruddick (baritone sax)
Greg Bendian (vibes)
Cooper Moore (piano)
Akira Ando (cello)
Hal Onserud (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM002/3} Sunrise In The Tone World at the AUMFidelity website.

95.02.19 • William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Sunrise In The Tone World

AUM Fidelity AUM002/3 (2CD) 1997
  • Various Artists: Jazziz On Disc, January 2000 Limited Edition
    Jazziz Magazine, Millenium Issue, (Magazine & CD) 2000
2nd session [See also: 95.01.29 & 95.02.26

February 19, 1995 / Knitting Factory, New York City
AUM002/3
1. Sunrise in the Tone World [12:14]
2. Mayan Space Station [14:10]
3. Sunship for Dexter [9:55]
4. And Again [5:40]
Jazziz Magazine has track 1.

William Parker (leader, Compositions)
Roy Campbell (trumpet, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn)
Lewis Barnes and Richard Rodriguez (trumpets)
Alex Lodico, Masahiko Kono, and Steve Swell (trombone)
Dave Hofstra (tuba)
Chris Jonas and Darryl Foster (soprano sax)
Rob Brown and Mabo Suzuki (alto sax)
Will Connell (alto sax, bass clarinet, flute)
Richard Keene (tenor sax, oboe)
Assif Tsahar and Ben Koen (tenor sax)
Dave Sewelson and Joe Ruddick (baritone sax)
Greg Bendian (vibes)
Lisa Sokolov (voice-1,3,4)
John King (dobro-2)
Cooper Moore (piano)
Akira Ando (cello)
Hal Onserud (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM002/3} Sunrise In The Tone World at the AUMFidelity website.

95.02.26 • William Parker & The Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra: Sunrise In The Tone World

AUM Fidelity AUM002/3 (2CD) 1997

3rd session [See also: 95.01.29 & 95.02.26

February 26, 1995 / Knitting Factory, New York City
AUM002/3
1. Huey Sees Light Through a Leaf [40:10]
William Parker (bass, leader, Composition)
Roy Campbell (trumpet, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn)
Lewis Barnes and Richard Rodriguez (trumpet)
Alex Lodico, Masahiko Kono, and Steve Swell (trombone)
Dave Hofstra (tuba)
Chris Jonas and Darryl Foster (soprano sax)
Rob Brown and Mabo Suzuki (alto sax)
Will Connell (alto sax, bass clarinet, flute)
Richard Keene (tenor sax, oboe)
Assif Tsahar and Ben Koen (tenor sax)
Dave Sewelson and Joe Ruddick (baritone sax)
Vinny Golia (reeds)
Greg Bendian (vibes)
Cooper Moore (piano)
Jason Hwang (violin)
Akira Ando (cello)
Hal Onserud (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM002/3} Sunrise In The Tone World at the AUMFidelity website.

95.10.18 • One World Ensemble: Breathing Together

FFJ-CD-001
Freedom FFJ-CD-001 (CD) 1997

October 18, 1995 / Waterfront Studios, Hoboken, NJ
1. The Sky Opens [18:40]
2. Hum Above [11:07]
3. Blues Too [15:20]
4. Dances for Duke [14:57]
5. Valley and Mountain Orchestral Expanse [17:26]
Daniel Carter (alto sax, tenor sax, flute, trumpet)
Sabir Mateen (tenor sax, flute)
Yuko Fujiyama (piano)
Wilber Morris (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)
Compositions, collective

{Primary Source: FFJ-CD-001}

95.12.18 • William Parker / In Order to Survive: Compassion Seizes Bed-Stuy

Homestead Records HMS231-2 (2CD) 1997

December 18, 1995 / Tedesco Studio, New Jersey
HMS231-2
1. Compassion [10:38]
2. Malcolm's Smile [9:44]
3. For Robeson [5:41]
4. Holiday for Hypocrites [8:10]
5. Testimony of the Last Flower [0:37]
6. Dejenos en Paz [8:05]
7. Unrestricted (for Julius Hemphill) [5:42]
8. Goggles [10:53]
9. The Eye of the Window [9:59]
Rob Brown (alto sax)
Cooper Moore (piano)
William Parker (bass, Compositions)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: HMS231-2}

96.05.02
96.05.03 • David S. Ware Quartet: Godspelized

DIW DIW-916 (CD) 1997 JPN

May 2 & 3, 1996 / Sound on Sound Studio, New York City
DIW-916
1. Godspelized (Ware) [15:44]
2. Wisdomsphere (Ware) [7:55]
3. Inner Temple (Ware) [6:40]
4. Wisdom Through Time (Ware) [7:54]
5. The Stargazers (Sun Ra) [12:26]
6. Eternal Forces of Brahm (Ware) [11:44]
7. Godspelized (Ware) [4:20]
David S. Ware (tenor sax)
Matthew Shipp (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: DIW-916}

96.06.19 • David S. Ware Quartet (Various Artists): Knitting Factory What Is Jazz? Festival 1996

KFW 195
Knitting Factory Works KFW 195 (CD) 1996
  • The Heineken Jazz Groove 1996
    Knitting Factory Works KFW 195-P (CD) 1996
    (Liner marking; disc marking is KFW 198-P, "Promo only")
June 19, 1996 / Knitting Factory, New York City
1. In This Love [8:14]
David S. Ware (tenor sax, Composition)
Matthew Shipp (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: KFW 195}

96.07.27 • Assif Tsahar Trio: Shekhina

CD1002
Eremite MTE04 (CD) 1996

July 27, 1996 / Fire in the Valley Festival, Amherst, MA
1. Saxifrage [14:57]
2. Hidden Heart [10:07]
3. Shekhina [16:04]
4. Impressions of a Messenger [12:33]
Assif Tsahar (tenor sax, Compositions)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: MTE04} Shekhina at the Eremite website.

  • "[Ibarra's] stature was cemented by appearances with scene kingpin John Zorn's MASADA at the end of last year, subbing two nights for the indisposed Joey Baron..." [WIRE #159 May 1997 p.16, Susie Ibarra interview/article by Steve Holtje]
    I would be ever so grateful for more info on these gigs.
    Rick Lopez

96.12.02
96.12.03 • David S. Ware: Wisdom of Uncertainty

AUM Fidelity AUM001 (CD) 1997

December 2 & 3, 1996 / Sound On Sound Studio, New York City
AUM001
1. Acclimation [12:45]
2. Antidromic [7:47]
3. Utopic [15:34]
4. Alignment [7:16]
5. Sunbows Rainsets Blue [7:41]
6. Continuum [11:34]
David S. Ware (tenor sax, Compositions)
Matthew Shipp (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM001} Wisdom of Uncertainty at the AUMFidelity website.

97.01.16
97.01.17 • Assif Tsahar Trio: "ein sof"

Silkheart Records SHCD 148 (CD) 1997

January 16 & 17, 1997 / Avatar Studios, New York City
CD1002
 1. Is Here Tomorrow Will [10:30]
 2. Ephemeral Symbiosis, Part 3 [1:59]
 3. Ephemeral Symbiosis, Part 2 [1:33]
 4. Through Forgotten Ancestors [12:30]
 5. Sun Drops [7:56]
 6. Ein Sof [7:12]
 7. Ephemeral Symbiosis, Part 5 [2:36]
 8. Ephemeral Symbiosis, Part 1 [1:33]
 9. Shadow Puppets [10:34]
10. Internal Dialogue [11:37]
11. Ephemeral Symbiosis, Part 4 [1:53]
12. Ephemeral Symbiosis, Part 6 [1:43]
Assif Tsahar (tenor sax, Compositions)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: SHCD 148}

97.01.31 • David Budbill: Cells of Sound Equal Word - Moving Pictures Smile

no label, no issue #, (CS) 1997 ..."Budbill may have produced it for sale at performances." —Ed Hazell 03.08.15

January 31, 1997 / Lotus Music and Dance Studios, New York City
1. Cells of Sound Equal Word [23:40]
2. Hermie [4:30]
3. Kulintang Suite:
 The Mad Poet Speaks [19:10]
4. Corot's Pool [26:30]
"Hermie" and "Corot's Pool" are from Judevine: The Complete Poems (Budbill,1991)

David Budbill (narrator)
William Parker (bass, percussion, tuba)
Cooper-Moore (piano, flute, percussion)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)

{Primary Source: Ed Hazell 03.08.15} Not in my collection.

97.02.07 • William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard

AUM Fidelity AUM010/011 (2CD) 1998
AUM010

1st session [See also: 97.07.02; 98.03.20; & 98.03.21.]

February 7, 1997 / Alterknit, New York City
1. Leaf Dance [25:28]
2. Theme From Pelikan [17:10]
William Parker (bass, Compositions)
Cooper-Moore (piano)
Rob Brown (alto sax)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM010/011}

97.05.28 • John Zorn & Susie Ibarra (Various Artists): Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled

AUM010
AUM Fidelity AUM007/8 (2CD) 1998 / Ltd. Edition 1,000 copies

[See also: 97.05.29; 97.05.30; 97.06.01 (1); & 97.06.01 (2).]

May 28, 1997 / Angel Orensanz Center, New York City
1. Untitled [5:15]
John Zorn (alto sax)
Susie Ibarra (drums)
Composition, collective

Vision Fest '97 Compiled at the AUMFidelity website.

{Primary Source: AUM007/8}

97.05.29 • William Parker's Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra (Various Artists): Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled

AUM Fidelity AUM007/8 (2CD) 1998 / Ltd. Edition 1,000 copies

[See also: 97.05.28; 97.05.30; 97.06.01 (1); & 97.06.01 (2).]

May 29, 1997 / Angel Orensanz Center, New York City
AUM007
1. Hoang [13:30] (excerpt)
William Parker (bass, leader, Composition)
Roy Campbell, Jr, Lewis Barnes, and Richard Rodriguez (trumpet)
Alex Lodico and Masahiko Kono (trombone)
Chris Jonas (soprano sax)
Rob Brown and Marco Eneidi (alto sax)
Richard Keene and Assif Tsahar (tenor sax)
Dave Sewelson (baritone sax)
Klaas Hekman (contrabass saxophone)
Matt Moran (vibes)
Cooper Moore (piano)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

Vision Fest '97 Compiled at the AUMFidelity website.

{Primary Source: AUM007/8}

97.05.30 • David S. Ware Quartet (Various Artists): Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled

AUM007
AUM Fidelity AUM007/8 (2CD) 1998 / Ltd. Edition 1,000 copies

[See also: 97.05.28; 97.05.29; 97.06.01 (1); & 97.06.01 (2).]

May 30, 1997 / Angel Orensanz Center, New York City
1. Lockup '97 [8:20]
David S. Ware (tenor sax, Composition)
Matthew Shipp (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

Vision Fest '97 Compiled at the AUMFidelity website.

{Primary Source: AUM007/8}

97.06.01 (1) • Butch Morris (Various Artists): Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled

AUM Fidelity AUM007/8 (2CD) 1998 / Ltd. Edition 1,000 copies

[See also: 97.05.28; 97.05.29; May/30/97; & 97.06.01 (2).]

June 1, 1997 / 2nd Act of the evening, Angel Orensanz Center, New York City
AUM007
1. Excerpt from Conduction #72 [7:30]
Butch Morris (conductor, Composition)
Masahiko Kono (trombone)
Joe Daley (tuba)
Chris Jonas (soprano sax)
Marco Eneidi (alto sax)
Assif Tsahar (tenor sax)
Karen Borca (bassoon)
Sabir Mateen (clarinet)
Rob Brown (flute)
Denman Maroney (piano)
Chris Lightcap (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

Vision Fest '97 Compiled at the AUMFidelity website.

{Primary Source: AUM007/8}

97.06.01 (2) • Assif Tsahar Trio with John Tchicai (Various Artists): Vision One—Vision Fest '97 Compiled

AUM007
AUM Fidelity AUM007/8 (2CD) 1998 / Ltd. Edition 1,000 copies

[See also: 97.05.28; 97.05.29; May/30/97; & 97.06.01 (1).]

June 1, 1997 / 4th Act of the evening, Angel Orensanz Center, New York City
1. Event Horizon [10:00]
Assif Tsahar (tenor sax, Composition)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)
"+ very special guest" John Tchicai (tenor sax)

Vision Fest '97 Compiled at the AUMFidelity website.

{Primary Source: AUM007/8}

97.07.02 • William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard

AUM Fidelity AUM010/011 (2CD) 1998
  • Various Artists: The Texaco New York Jazz Festival Radio Series Live at The Knitting Factory
    A World of Energy [a radio sampler in paper sleeves w/ no select #] (6CD) 1998
    [Disc 3 also features Cecil Taylor solo; Matthew Shipp monologue and solo piano; Reggie Workman Ensemble; Steve Lacy; Cecil Taylor Trio; Assif Tsahar and Susie Ibarra; Marilyn Crispell & Gerry Hemingway; Charles Gayle Trio; announcement segments by Steve Dalachinsky; and a ridiculous little "Jingle" that appears twice.]
    These are all previously released tracks and excerpts done for a pre-festival radio promotion series.
AUM010
2nd session [See also: 97.02.07; 98.03.20; & 98.03.21.]

July 2, 1997 / Knitting Factory, New York City
1. Moholo [18:51]
2. Three Clay Pots [15:24]
3. In Order to Survive [12:24]
A World of Energy sampler has a 6:50 excerpt of the beginning of track 1,
and a 0:43 excerpt of the end of track 3.

William Parker (bass, Compositions)
Cooper-Moore (piano)
Rob Brown (alto sax)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM010/011; CD-R of Texaco CD #3} The Peach Orchard at the AUMFidelity website.

97.07.17 • Matthew Shipp: The Multiplication Table

hat HUT Records hatOLOGY 516 (CD) 1998 SWZ; hatOLOGY 656 (CD) 2008

July 17, 1997 / Seltzer Sound, New York City
hatOLOGY 516
1. Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma) [8:10]
2. The New Fact (Shipp) [4:43]
3. The "C" Jam Blues (Duke Ellington) [13:09]
4. ZT 1 (Shipp) [5:25]
5. Take the "A" Train (Billy Strayhorn) [6:56]
6. ZT 2 (Shipp) [4:26]
7. The Multiplication Table (Shipp) [13:07]
8. ZT 3 (Shipp) [4:51]
Matthew Shipp (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: hatOLOGY 516}

97.12.11
97.12.12 • David S. Ware: Go See the World

Sony/Columbia Records CK 69138 (CD) 1998
  • Various Artists: Jazziz On Disc Jazziz Magazine, JZD1098 October 1998 (Magazine & CD) 1998
December 11 &Amp; 12, 1997 / Sound on Sound Studio, New York City
CK 69138
1. Mikuro's Blues (Ware) [6:04]
2. Lexicon (Ware) [10:22]
3. Logistic (Ware) [9:51]
4. The Way We Were (Marvin Hamlisch/Alan & Marilyn Bergman) [14:34]
5. Quadrahex (Ware) [4:42]
6. Estheticmetric (Ware) [11:30]
7. Rapturelodic (Ware) [10:38]
Jazziz Magazine sampler has track 1.

David S. Ware (tenor sax)
Matthew Shipp (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: CK 69138; JZD1098}

98.01.04 • Susie Ibarra / Denis Charles: Drum Talk

Wobbly Rail WOB005 (CD) 1998

January 4, 1998 / Context Studios, New York City
WOB005
1. welcome (Charles/Ibarra) [2:38]
2. Drum Talk (Charles) [12:58]
3. For Arcah (Ibarra) [8:23]
4. Kulintang Medley: Variations on Tidtu & Duyog [7:28]
5. Sunshowers (Charles/Ibarra) [8:08]
6. Stand Back (Charles) [9:31]
7. good night! (Charles/Ibarra) [2:00]
Traditional Filipino Folk Songs in track 4 arranged by Ms. Ibarra.

Denis Charles (drums, triangle)
Susie Ibarra (drums, djembe, kulintang, percussion)

{Primary Source: WB005}

98.02.28 • Susie Ibarra & Assif Tsahar: Home Cookin'

Hopscotch Records Hop1 (CD) 1999
  • Various Artists: The Texaco New York Jazz Festival Radio Series Live at The Knitting Factory {2}
    A World of Energy [a radio sampler in paper sleeves w/ no select #] (6CD) 1998
    [Disc 3 also features Cecil Taylor solo; Matthew Shipp monologue and solo piano; William Parker's In Order to Survive; Reggie Workman Ensemble; Steve Lacy; Cecil Taylor Trio Marilyn Crispell & Gerry Hemingway; Charles Gayle Trio; announcement segments by Steve Dalachinsky; and a ridiculous little "Jingle" that appears twice. These are all previously released tracks and excerpts done for a pre-festival radio promotion series.]
1st session [See also: 98.09.15.]

February 28, 1998 / The Knitting Factory, New York City
"Between 1:00 and 4:00 in the afternoon..."
Hop1
1. Arrival / Salutations [7:23]
2. Ambrosia [7:27]
3. Liquid Time [6:30]
4. At Dawn [7:51]
5. Happy Disillusion [7:18]
6. What Is Not [7:47]
7. Prayer For the Unseen [4:36]
8. The Wordless Song: Found Teasures [4:57]
9. Muchacho Loco [7:44]
A World of Energy sampler has a 4:03 excerpt of the beginning of track 2.

Assif Tsahar (tenor sax)
Susie Ibarra (drums)
Compositions, collective

{Primary Source: Hop1}

98.03.20 • William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard

AUM Fidelity AUM010/011 (2CD) 1998
AUM010

3rd session [See also: 97.02.07; 97.07.02; & 98.03.21.]

March 20, 1998 / Context, New York City
1. Thot [14:12]
2. The Peach Orchard [20:45]
William Parker (bass, Compositions)
Cooper-Moore (piano)
Rob Brown (alto sax)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM010/011}

98.03.21 • William Parker's In Order to Survive: The Peach Orchard

AUM Fidelity AUM010/011 (2CD) 1998
AUM010

4th session [See also: 97.02.07; 97.07.02; & 98.03.20.]

March 21, 1998 / Context, New York City
1. Posium Pendasem #3 [11:36]
William Parker (bass, Composition)
Cooper-Moore (piano)
Rob Brown (alto sax)
Assif Tsahar (bass clarinet)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: AUM010/011}

98.04.09
98.04.11 • William Parker's In Order to Survive: Posium Pendasem

FMP105
Free Music Production FMP CD 105 (CD) 1999 GER

April 9 & 11, 1998 / 30th Workshop Freie Musik, Akademie Der Künste, Berlin, Germany
1. Posium pendasem # 9 [1:33]
2. Posium pendasem # 7 [50:51]
3. Another angel goes home [13:30]
Rob Brown (alto sax, flute)
Assif Tsahar (bass clarinet, tenor sax)
Cooper-Moore (piano)
William Parker (bass, Compositions)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: FMP CD 105}

98.07.16 • Agustí Fernández Trio: One Night at the Joan Miró Foundation

HOP1
Synergy Records SRCD55301 (CD) 1999 SP

July 16, 1998 / Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona, Spain
1. Axiom [27:18]
2. Pneuma [16:52]
3. All of Us [12:47]
4. Anthem [6:37]
Agustí Fernández (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)
Compositions, collective

{Primary Source: SRCD55301}

98.09.15 • Susie Ibarra & Assif Tsahar: Home Cookin'

HOP1
Hopscotch Records Hop1 (CD) 1999

2nd session [See also: 98.02.28.]

September 15, 1998 / "...Tsahar and Ibarra in their living room," Brooklyn, NY
1. Dream Song #1 [0:39]
2. Dream Song #2 [0:41]
3. Dream Song #3 [1:20]
4. Dream Song #4 [1:26]
5. Dream Song #5 [0:56]
6. Dream Song #6 [0:36]
7. Dream Song #7 [0:17]
8. Dream Song #8 [0:14]
Susie Ibarra (thumb piano-1; balafon-2; kulintang-3; vibes-4; djembe-5; tymp-6; toy gamelan-7; clay whistle8)
Assif Tsahar (violin-1,4; talking drum-2; bass clarinet-5; flute-6; bells-7; bamboo recorder-8)
Compositions, collective

{Primary Source: Hop1}

98.11.00 • Steve Dalachinsky: Incomplete Directions

KFR-235
Knitting Factory Records KFR-235 (CD) 1999
[This disc also includes pieces w/ accompaniment by: Daniel Carter & Sabir Mateen;
Vernon Reid; William Parker; Stephanie Stone; Thurston Moore & Tom Surgal;
Mat Maneri; Matthew Shipp; Rob Brown; Vito Ricci; and Roy Campbell.]

November, 1998 / Knitting Factory, New York City
1. Duets
2. Focus
3. For the Dance
Steve Dalachinsky (spoken word)
Assif Tsahar (tenor saxophone and bass clarinet-1,3)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion, field recordings)

{Primary Source: various web sources} Not in my collection.

98.12.01 • Steve Dalachinsky: Incomplete Directions

KFR-235
Knitting Factory Records KFR-235 (CD) 1999
[This disc also includes pieces w/ accompaniment by: Daniel Carter & Sabir Mateen;
Vernon Reid; William Parker; Stephanie Stone; Thurston Moore & Tom Surgal;
Mat Maneri; Matthew Shipp; Rob Brown; Vito Ricci; and Roy Campbell.]

December 1, 1998 / Knitting Factory, New York City
1. duets (an excerpt) [5:02]
2. focus (for denis charles & susie ibarra) [3:30]
3. for the dance (for milford graves) [1:58]
Steve Dalachinsky (poetry)
Assif Tsahar (tenor sax-1; bass clarinet-3)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)
Compositions, collective

{Primary Source: KFR-235; session date from Steve Dalachinsky}

99.00.00 • Dave Douglas: El Trilogy

RCA Victor 09026-63736-2 (CD) 2001

"1999 and 2000," which is about as vague as possible, eh? / Avatar Studio, New York City
trilogy
II. Rapture to Leon James
1. Part One [13:17]
2. Part Two [8:19]
III. Groove and Countermove
3. Prairie [5:08]
4. Escher [4:52]
5. Spring [7:32]
6. Anton [1:19]
7. Fin [5:31]
Dave Douglas (trumpet, Compositions)
Gregory Tardy (clarinet, tenor sax)
Mark Feldman (violin-3,4,5,6,7)
Guy Klucevsek (accordion-3,4,5,6,7)
Greg Cohen (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)

{Primary Source: RCA Victor 09026-63736-2; session date from...}

99.02.07 • Derek Bailey & Susie Ibarra: Daedal

Incus CD36
Incus Records Incus CD36 (CD) 1999 England

February 7, 1999 / Moat Studios, London, England
1. Daedal [8:28]
2. Mirage [7:18]
3. Rollin [3:42]
4. Glides [4:12]
5. Winger [10:32]
6. J to Z [5:51]
7. Points [3:16]
Derek Bailey (electric guitar)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)

{Primary Source: Incus CD36}

99.03.30 • Assif Tsahar & the Brass Reeds Ensemble: Hollow World

Hopscotch HOP 3 (CD) 1999

March 30, 1999 / Roulette, New York City
HOP 3
1. Tapestry of Dreams [19:07]
2. The Edge of Infinity [13:11] (given as 5:23 on liners)
3. Rainbow on my Table [5:23] (given as 12:01 on liners)
4. The Hollow World [11:43] (given as 13:11 on liners)
5. The Luminous Tree [12:01] (given as 11:43 on liners)
"I made a mistake and switched the times between the second track and the third.
The titles are in the correct order as one can figure out from the liner notes."
—Assif Tsahar.
(Actually, the times are scrambled a little more than that. —RL)

Assif Tsahar (tenor sax, Compositions)
Chris Jonas (soprano sax)
Rob Brown (alto sax)
Herb Robertson (trumpet)
Cuong Vu (trumpet)
Vincent Chancey (french horn)
Joe Daley (tuba)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: HOP 3; info from Assif Tsahar}

99.07.18 • Susie Ibarra Trio: Radiance

Hopscotch HOP 2 (CD) 1999

July 18, 1999 / Roulette, New York City
HOP 2
1. radiance (Ibarra)
 a. blessings [3:34]
 b. dreams [5:08]
 c. laughter [2:38]
2. a Glimpse (Ibarra) [3:08]
3. up from the Skies (Jimi Hendrix) [7:07]
4. half Moon (Ibarra) [3:07]
5. jagged Threads (Ibarra) [5:24]
6. arboles (Ibarra) [5:04]
7. magandang Araw (Ibarra) [5:06]
8. dreams alternate take (Ibarra) [7:03]
9. laughter alternate take (Ibarra) [2:27]
Cooper-Moore (piano, harp, diddley-bo)
Charles Burnham (violin)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)

{Primary Source: HOP 2}

99.08.09 • Yo La Tengo: And then nothing turned itself inside-out

Matador Records Ole 371-1 (LP) 2000 England; 371-2 (CD) 2000 England
CD1002
CD1002
  • Yo La Tengo: Saturday
    Matador Records Ole 422-1 (10"LP) 2000 England; 422-2 (CD-EP)
August 9, 1999 / Susie's Living Room, Brooklyn, NY
1. Everyday [6:30]
2. Saturday [4:17]
Ole 422-1 and 422-2 have track 2.

Ira Kaplan (electric guitar, voice)
James McNew (bass)
Georgia Hubley (drums, voice)
Susie Ibarra (percussion)
Compositions, Yo La Tengo

James McNew:
"...That collaboration was truly astounding. It was doubly
exciting because we never met her before, and we knew
who she was, but I don't think she knew who we were.
Mac from Superchunk actually arranged it. We made an
ADAT of the basic track of the song and just brought it
to her apartment and recorded it there, so it was a field
recording. It was amazing to think we could do that..."
—From an article at InSound by Steve Lowenthal

{Primary Source: Ole 371-2; Ole 422-1; session date and venue from YLT}

99.09.11 • Various Artists: New Communities of Sound
Other Dimensions in Music

IntrepidEar
IntrepidEar / Guelph Jazz Festival IE001 (CD) 2000 CAN

[This disc also includes selections by François Houle; Cooper-Moore;
Jean Derome les dangereux zhoms; Ernest Dawkins' New Horizon Ensemble;
Duval/Lee/Prentice; Mott/Hemingway/Dresser; and William Parker.]

September 11, 1999 / Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, Ontario, CAN
1. Farewell Part 1 / Part 2 [14:35]
Rob Brown (alto sax)
Cooper-Moore (piano)
William Parker (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: IE001}

99.10.29 • Various Artists: Live at Tonic
Susie Ibarra Trio

Tonic TON-101 (limited edition CD) 2002

October 29, 1999 / Tonic, New York City
1. Mangadang Araw [7:06]
Susie Ibarra (drums)
Cooper-Moore (piano)
Charles Burnham (violin)

{Primary Source: TON-101}

99.11.05 • Herido: Live at St. James Cathedral, Chicago

8THHB 80003
8th Harmonic Breakdown 8THHB 80003 (CD) 2001

November 5, 1999 / Chicago Humanities Festival, St. James Cathedral, Chicago, IL
1. jasmine/beat'go [6:22]
2. blues for lester bowie [4:52]
3. hymn for tim green [7:11]
4. an old lowdown blues [6:01]
5. herido (chicago mix) [3:40]
6. cousins [1:57]
7. no-good blues [8:08]
This disc has 7 other tracks sans Ibarra.

Dennis Gonzales (C trumpet, pocket trumpet, flugelhorn, keyboard, samples, voice, walkie-talkies, Compositions)
Yusef Komunyakaa (poetry, voice)
Mark Deutsch (bazantar, electirc bass, sitar)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)
Sugar Blue (harmonicas)

{Primary Source: 8THHB 80003}

99.12.14 • Chadbourne º Dresser º Ibarra º Morris: Pain Pen

Avant AVAN 044 (CD) 2000 JAP

December 14, 1999 / Avatar, New York City
AVAN 044
 1. Pullpipanpipaino [3:04]
 2. Painlipensiveros [9:54]
 3. Poolialoofair [4:29]
 4. Aposuniulivers [5:11]
 5. Upslinelivveros [7:08]
 6. Loveilairliveros [9:54]
 7. Leinileansveros [12:06]
 8. Oanseeaviears [0:40]
 9. Pallipaleipunop [4:29]
10. Ourlilesiallana [4:59]
"...all of the titles are comprised of the letters in Pauline Oliveros' name."
—Kurt Gottschalk

Eugene Chadbourne (electric guitar, banjo)
Joe Morris (electric guitar)
Mark Dresser (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)

{Primary Source: AVAN 044}

99.12.21 • Susie Ibarra: Flower After Flower

Tzadik TZ 7057 (CD) 2000

December 21, 1999 / Avatar Studio, New York City
TZ 7057
1. Illumination ("this piece is dedicated to Wadada Leo Smith") [13:31]
2. Fractal 1 [2:14]
3. The Ancients [9:20]
4. Fractal 2 [3:19]
5. Flower After Flower [9:48]
6. Fractal 3 [4:22]
7. Human Beginnings [12:07]
8. Fractal 4 [2:40]
Assif Tsahar (bass clarinet-1,3,5,7)
Chris Speed (clarinet-1,3,5,7)
Cooper-Moore (flute-3; piano-1,6,7)
Wadada Leo Smith (trumpet-1,7; brushes-3)
Pauline Oliveros (accordion-4,7)
Charles Burnham (violin-1,3,5,7)
John Lindberg (bass-1,3,5,7)
Susie Ibarra (drums-1,2,5,7,8; percussion-5; kulintang-3, Compositions)

{Primary Source: TZ 7057; session date from Ms. Ibarra}

00.01.24 • Various Artists: IBA 2nd Aniversario

Improvisers Barcelona Association, Ltd. Edition (CD-R) 2000

January 24, 2000, JazzSi Club, Barcelona, Spain
1. Theme 18 (no title) [6:07]
Agustí Fernandez (piano)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: CD-R}

00.10.09
00.10.10 • Ori Kaplan Percussion Ensemble: Gongol

Knitting Factory Records / Knitting Factory Works KFW 284 (CD) 2001

October 9 & 10, 2000 / Knitting Factory Main Space, New York City
KFW 284
 1. Crisis Dream (Kaplan) [5:58]
 2. Anticipate (Kaplan) [3:48]
 3. Slow Boat (Kaplan) [5:27]
 4. Blow Daddy (Kaplan) [6:49]
 5. Sky Drops (Kaplan) [7:03]
 6. Dark Sun (Kaplan) [5:29]
 7. Prayer for Ramón (Mann) [5:21]
 8. Gongol (Kaplan) [1:58]
 9. Shadow (Kaplan) [5:56]
10. Balasax (Ibarra / Kaplan) [1:36]
Ori Kaplan (alto sax, Compositions)
Andrew Bemkey (piano)
Geoff Mann (drums-1,4,5,6; percussion-2,8; djun-djun-3,9; mandolin-7)
Susie Ibarra (drums-2,3,7,9; percussion-1,8; timpani-1,4; djembe-4; kulintang-5,6; gongs-8; balafon-10)

{Primary Source: KFW 284}

01.04.04 • Sylvie Courvoisier - Joelle Léandre - Susie Ibarra: passaggio

Intakt Records Intakt CD 075 (CD) 2002

1st session [See also: 01.04.07.]

April 4, 2001 / Studio DRS, Zürich, Switzerland
Intakt CD 075
1. Mini One (collective) [1:20]
2. Mini Two (collective) [3:37]
3. Mini Three (collective) [2:37]
4. Mini Four (collective) [4:00]
5. Mini Five (collective) [3:10]
6. Fact One (Courvoisier/Ibarra) [1:21]
7. Fact Two (collective) [7:08]
8. Fact Three (collective) [2:44]
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
Joelle Léandre (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: Intakt CD 075}

01.04.07 • Sylvie Courvoisier º Joelle Léandre º Susie Ibarra: passaggio

Intakt CD 075
Intakt Records Intakt CD 075 (CD) 2002

2nd session [See also: 01.04.04.]

April 7, 2001 / Festival Taktlos 01, Zürich, Switzerland
1. Taktlos Encore (collective) [4:04]
2. Taktlos 1 (Courvoisier/Léandre) [5:48]
3. Taktlos 2 (Ibarra/Léandre) [5:41]
4. Taktlos 3 (collective) [8:38]
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
Joelle Léandre (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: Intakt CD 075}

01.07.06 • Derek Bailey & Susie Ibarra: BIDS

Incus CD 52
Incus Records Incus CD 52 (CD) 2002 England

July 6, 2001 / Kongsberg Festival, Norway
1. No Dark [17:37]
2. Shine [7:37]
3. Midnight White [25:42]
4. Lighter [5:10]
5. Day Without End [8:08]
Derek Bailey (electric guitar)
Susie Ibarra (percusion—sic!)

{Primary Source: Incus CD 52}

01.09.26 • Susie Ibarra Trio: Songbird Suite

Tzadik oracles 7702 (CD) 2002

September 26, 2001 / Avatar Studio, New York City
TZ 7702
1. Azul (Ibarra) [4:15]
2. Songbird Suite (Ibarra) [8:40]
3. Trance No. 1 (Ibarra) [5:32]
4. Illumination (Ibarra) [4:03]
5. Trance No. 2 (Mori/Ibarra) [2:28]
6. Flower After Flower—dedicated to John Zorn (Ibarra) [5:43]
7. Nocturne (Ibarra) [4:42]
8. Trance No. 3 (Ibarra) [5:15]
9. Passing Clouds (Ibarra) [5:12]
Craig Taborn (piano, samples, electronics)
Jennifer Choi (violin)
Ikue Mori (laptop computer-5,6,8)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: oracles 7702; session date from the good folk at TZADIK through David Belkin}

01.10.09
01.10.10 • John Lindberg Quartet: Ruminations Upon Ives and Gottschalk

between the lines btl025 / EFA10195-2 (CD) 2003

October 9 & 10, 2001 / Feedback Studio, Vienna, Austria
btl025
1. Powerful Reflections [5:12]
2. Yatan-Na [9:49]
3. Beau Theme [10:14]
4. Spirit Great, Golden Shine [4:43]
5. Generations [5:50]
6. Implications [5:06]
7. Upon Powerhouses [5:28]
Baikida Carrol (trrumpet, flugelhorn)
Steve Gornn (bansuri flutes, clarinet, soprano saxophone)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion, kulingtang, Chinese gongs)
John Lindberg (bass, Compositions)

{Primary Source: btl025 / EFA10195-2}

01.11.13 • Mephista: Black Narcissus

Tzadik oracles 7704 (CD) 2002

November 13, 2001 / Avatar Studio, New York City
CD1002
1. The Children's Hour [3:25]
2. Black Narcissus [6:45]
3. Willow's Weep [8:11]
4. Cabbalussa [7:05]
5. Poison Ivy [3:25]
6. Black Widow [14:47]
7. Legend of Pele [6:03]
8. Leda and the Swan [5:38]
9. Laughing Medusa [3:13]
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
Ikue Mori (electronics)
Susie Ibarra (drums)
All compositions, Mephista

{Primary Source: oracles 7704; session date from the benevelont folk at TZADIK through David Belkin}

01.12.00 to 02.01.00 • Roberto J. Rodriguez: El Danzon de Moises

Tzadik TZ 7158 (CD) 2002

December, 2001 (EUR) to January, 2002 (USA) / Sperry Sound and Picture, New York City
CD1002
1. El Polaco [4:37]
2. Danzonette Hebreo [4:02]
3. The Shvtiz [4:53]
4. Guahira [6:48]
5. Shron [3:38]
6. El Danzon de Moises [4:55]
7. Comparsa en Altamar [5:00]
8. Shalom a Shango [4:09]
9. Jerusalem Market [6:26]
Roberto Louis Rodriguez (trumpet, Compositions)
David Krakauer (clarinet)
Matt Darriau (clarinet, Chinese trumpet)
Peter Apfelbaum (soprano sax)
Mark Feldman (violin)
Jane Scarpantoni (cello)
Marcus Rojas (tuba, bombardino)
Ted Reichman (accordion)
Craig Taborn (piano)
Brad Jones (banjo)
Susie Ibarra and Roberto Juan Rodriguez (percussion)

{Primary Source: TZ 7158}

02.01.02 • John Zorn: Cobra, Volume 2

Tzadik TZ 7335 (CD) 2002

January 2, 2002 / Avatar Studio, New York City
TZ 7335
1. Pendet [4:47]
2. Tabanan [10:45]
3. Uluwati [7:26]
4. Tamangiri [7:50]
5. Paras [6:07]
6. Sangeh [11:26]
7. Penganggahan [10:40]
8. Raksasa [4:40]
9. Goa Gajah [6:50]
John Zorn (Prompter, Compositions)
Jennifer Choi and Mark Feldman (violin)
Erik Friedlander (cello)
Derek Bailey (guitar-3,5)
Josh Roseman (trombone)
Marcus Rojas (tuba)
Ikue Mori (laptop computer)
Annie Gosfield (sampler-1,2,4,6,7,8,9)
Jamie Saft (keyboards)
Trevor Dunn and Mark Dresser (bass)
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
Cyro Baptista (percussion)
Susie Ibarra (drums)

{Primary Source: TZ 7335; session date from the very good folk at TZADIK through David Belkin}

02.09.02 • Yo La Tengo: Nuclear War

Matador Records ole 568-2 (CD) 2002

September 2, 2002, Jolly Roger, Hoboken, NJ
ole 568-2
1. Nuclear War—Version 3 (Sun Ra) [15:26]
Roy Campbell Jr. (trumpet, vocals)
Daniel Carter (reeds, vocals)
Sabir Mateen (reeds, vocals)
Ira Kaplan (piano, vocals)
James McNew (percussion, vocals)
Georgia Hubley (percussion, vocals)
Susie Ibarra (percussion, vocals)
Josh Madell (percussion, vocals)

{Primary Source: ole 568-2; session date from Yo La Tengo 02.11.27}

02.10.19 • New Circle Five: Dreaming Wide Awake

Deep Listening DL 20-2003 (CD) 2003

1st session [See also: 02.10.20

October 19, The Studio at Deep Listening Space, Kingston, NY
DL 20-2003
1. Ghost Women [12:37] (from session CD #1 Track 2 No. 1)
2. Arctic April [5:54] (from session CD #1 Track 2 No. 2)
3. Fifty-Four Years of Mirrors [7:20] (from session CD #1 Track 2 No. 3)
4. Just As It Happened [3:57] (from session CD #1 Track 3)
Monique Buzzarté (trombone-1,2,4; conch-3)
Rosi Hertlein (violin & voice)
Susie Ibarra (percussion)
Kristin Nordeval (soprano sax)
Pauline Oliveros (accordion)
Compositions, collective

{Primary Source: DL 20-2003; split session info from Al Margolis and Monique Buzzarte correspondence 03.09.10}

02.10.20 • New Circle Five: Dreaming Wide Awake

Deep Listening DL 20-2003 (CD) 2003

2nd session [See also: 02.10.19

October 20, 2002 / The Studio at Deep Listening Space, Kingston, NY
DL 20-2003
1. Never Deceived? [3:58] (from session CD #2 Track 1 No. 2)
2. If It's On... [4:41] (from session CD #2 Track 1 No. 3)
3. For Now [7:23] (from session CD #2 Track 1 No. 4)
4. Dreaming Wide Awake: Wake Up Remembering [4:17] (from session CD #2 Track 2)
5. Dreaming Wide Awake: No Telling Yet [2:50] (from session CD #2 Track 2)
6. Dreaming Wide Awake: In Vain [2:42] (from session CD #2 Track 2)
7. Dreaming Wide Awake: Ngana [3:56] (from session CD #2 Track 2)
8. Dreaming Wide Awake: An Old Song [2:02] (from session CD #2 Track 2)
Monique Buzzarté (trombone-3,5,6,7,8; didjeridu-4)
Rosi Hertlein (violin & voice-1,3,5,6,7)
Susie Ibarra (percussion-2,3,4,6,7)
Kristin Nordeval (soprano-1,2,6,7,8)
Pauline Oliveros (accordion-2,3,4,5,7,8)
Compositions, collective

{Primary Source: DL 20-2003; split session info from Al Margolis and Monique Buzzarte correspondence 03.09.10}

03.07.15 • Susie Ibarra & Mark Dresser: Tone Time

Wobbly Rail WOB014 (CD) 2003

July 15, 2003 / Brooklyn Recording, Brooklyn, NY
WOB014
 1. Protone [3:07]
 2. Jump [3:38]
 3. Metatone [4:57]
 4. Simmer [4:17]
 5. The Subterrain [3:52]
 6. The Weaver [8:21]
 7. Untold [4:45]
 8. Tone Time [3:24]
 9. Surrealm [5:29]
10. Slipinstyle [4:50]
11. Sphere A [1:43]
12. Sphere B [2:09]
13. Sphere C [1:29]
14. Sphere D [2:55]
15. Epitone [3:24]
Mark Dresser (bass)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)

{Primary Source: WOB014}

03.09.22 • John Zorn: 50th Birthday Celebration, Vol. 8 [LIVE]

Tzadik TZ 5008 (CD) 2004 USA

September 22, 2003 / Tonic, New York, New York City
TZ 5008
1. Meridian [4:19]
2. Rising Sign [7:01]
3. Spirit Writing [6:09]
4. By The Mark, Eight [7:06]
5. Visitation [8:33]
6. Ipsissimi [15:59]
7. Ghost Writing [11:56]
8. The Ascending Arc [8:02]
9. Full Fathom Five [6:50]
John Zorn (alto sax)
Wadada Leo Smith (trumpet-6,7,8,9)
Susie Ibarra (drums-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9)

{Primary Source: Thom Jurek of All Music Guide; various web sources} Not in my collection.

03.00.00 • Susie Ibarra: Folkloriko

Tzadik TZ 7098 (CD) 2004 USA

unknown date (released March, 2004) / Kampo Studios, New York City
TZ 7098
 1. Anitos [9:50]
 Lakbay Suite:
 2. Gawain Ng Pamilya I [2:33] (Ibarra solo)
 3. Umaga [4:29]
 4. Merienda [4:17]
 5. Awit Sa Trabaho [6:37]
 6. Ang Sayaw [4:13]
 7. Palengke [4:23]
 8. Paniniwala [2:55] (Taborn solo)
 9. Gawain Ng Pamilya Ii [5:02]
10. Lullaby [2:54]
Jennifer Choi (violin-3,4,5,6,10)
Craig Taborn (piano-3,4,6,8,10)
Wadada Leo Smith (trumpet-4,7,9)
Susie Ibarra (drums, kulintang, antique cymbal, percussion, Compositions)
Roberto Rodrigues (percussion-1)

{Primary Source: various web sources} Not in my collection.

03.11.11 • Mephista: Entomological Reflections

Tzadik TZ 7711 (CD) 2004 USA

November 11, 2003 / Kampo Studios, New York City
TZ 7711
 1. La Femme 100 Tetes [2:46]
 2. House [3:18]
 3. Drole De Mots [5:31]
 4. Cardiogram [5:46]
 5. Void [3:44]
 6. Fractions [3:46]
 7. Entomological Souvenirs [2:53]
 8. Le Chateau De Cene [4:49]
 9. Fringe [1:49]
10. Procession [4:10]
11. Beloukia [2:44]
12. Air [5:21]
13. Apartment [0:46]
14. Sans Mots [4:43]
15. Shifting Roll [4:11]
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
Susie Ibarra (drums)
Ikue Mori (electronics)

{Primary Source: various web sources} Not in my collection.

03.12.00 to 04.01.00 • John Lindberg: Winter Birds

Between the Lines BTLCHR 71203 (CD) 2005 GER

December, 2003 to January, 2004 / Tedesco Studio, Paramus, NJ
BTLCHR 71203
 1. Bam! Quatre [2:37]
 2. Bam! Cinq [2:27]
 3. Bam! Neuf [2:04]
 4. Bam! Onze [1:28]
 5. Bam! Sept [1:57]
 6. Winter Birds [8:06]
 7. Resurrection of a Dormant Soul [10:25]
 8. Ether [4:54]
 9. Siladette Awakening [10:32]
10. The Chicken Fix [6:01]
John Lindberg (bass)
Steve Gorn (bansuri, clarinet, soprano saxophone)
Baikida Carroll (trumpet, flugelhorn)
Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion)

{Primary Source: www.betweenthelines.de; various web sources} Not in my collection.

04.00.00 • Wadada Leo Smith's Silver Orchestra: Lake Biwa

Tzadik TZ 8008 (CD) 2004

May 5, 2007 / Brecht Forum, New York City
TZ 8008
1. Lake Biwa; A Fullmoon Purewater Gold [11:14]
2. Sanai's Enclosed Garden Of the Truth [23:50]
3. Diamondback Serpent In A House Full of Water and Still Rising [16:00]
4. Africana World [18:30]
[69:50]
Wadado Leo Smith's Silver Orchestra Wadada Leo Smith (trumpet, Conductor, Composer)
John Zorn (alto sax)
Marcus Rojas (tuba)
Marc Ribot (guitar)
Jennifer Choi (violin)
Erik Friedlander (cello)
Craig Taborn, Anthony Coleman, Yuko Fujiyama, and Jamie Saft (piano)
John Lindberg and Wes Brown (bass)
Susie Ibarra, Gerald Cleaver, and Kwaku Kwaakye Obeng (drums)

{Primary Source: various web sources} Not in my collection.

06.00.00 • Michael Dessen: lineal

Circumvention Music circ 048 (CD) 2007

unknown date, 2006 / unknown venue
hatOLOGY 516
1. what space can hide the liberty of a line
2. levity in detail
3. lineal
4. not minutes-but breaths
5. the eye is the first circle
6. something singular (for e.d.)
7. flecha
8. duo
Michael Dessen (trombone, Compositions)
Vijay Iyer (piano-2,3,7)
Mark Dresser (bass-2,3,6,7)
Susie Ibarra (drums-2,3,7,8) Jorge Roeder (bass-1,4,5)
Bob Weiner (drums-1,4,5)
Terry Jenoure (violin-5)

{Primary Source: www.circumventionmusic.com} Not in my collection.

07.00.00 • Electric Kulintang: Dialects

Plastic Records PR006 (CD) 2007

unknown date, 2007 / unknown venue
PR006 PR006
 1. Anitos (Spirits) [6:10]
 2. Shade [4:03]
 3. The Ancients [5:07]
 4. Coda [1:11]
 5. Dialects I [4:13]
 6. Cotabato City [5:10]
 7. Dialects II [5:41]
 8. Golden Dream [5:05]
 9. Bangka [6:14]
10. The Ancients (Swingset Live 2005) [7:03]
Roberto Rodriguez (electronics, claypot, cajon, drums)
Susie Ibarra (acoustic and electric kulintang, drums, keyboard, voice)
Special Guests:
Thurston Moore (guitar-10)
Oz Noy (guitar-1,2,8,9)
The Kalanduyan Family (field recordings-1,3,5,6,7,10)

{Primary Source: various web sources} Not in my collection.

07.05.05 • Susie Ibarra: Drum Sketches

Innova 677 (CD) 2007

May 5, 2007 / Brecht Forum, New York City
hatOLOGY 516
 1. Drum Sketch 1 [3:00]
 2. Drum Sketch 2 [1:49]
 3. Drum Sketch 3 [7:19]
 4. Drum Sketch 4 [2:56]
 5. Drum Sketch 5 [1:53]
 6. Drum Sketch 6 [3:40]
 7. Drum Sketch 7 [4:08]
 8. Drum Sketch 8 [3:20]
 9. Drum Sketch 9 [4:20]
10. Drum Sketch 10 [3:09]
"Drum Sketches on stage is a collaborative performance of live painting
by visual artist Makoto Fujimura... commissioned by Neues Kabarett at the Brecht Forum..."

Susie Ibarra (drums, percussion, field recordings)

{Primary Source: various web sources} Not in my collection.





Thanks

Assistance, Direction, and Encouragement has come from the following gracious individuals :::

  • Steven Joerg of AUM Fidelity, David S. Ware Management.
  • Alan Schneider, Matthew Shipp Management
  • David Belkin
  • George Scala
  • Heinrich Smejkal
  • Steve Smith
  • Guy Berard
  • Jesús Moreno
  • Tetsuro Kubo and his Jazz and Blues Discography Links Page.
  • Jan Ström
  • Francesco Martinelli
  • Bill Meyer
  • James Lindbloom
  • Siegfried Otto
  • Jason Talbot
  • Anne Dumas
  • Holger Neuhaus
  • Joe Moudry, Master of Saturn Web.
  • Yo La Tengo!
  • Jesus Moreno
  • Kurt Gottschalk
  • Cadence Magazine, the indispensable "Review of Jazz & Blues: Creative Improvised Music."
  • CODA Magazine.


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