Dave Douglas discography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

This is the discography for American jazz musician Dave Douglas.

As leader[edit]

Year Title Personnel Label
1993 Parallel Worlds String Group: Mark Feldman, Erik Friedlander, Mark Dresser, Michael Sarin Soul Note
1994 The Tiny Bell Trio Tiny Bell Trio: Brad Shepik and Jim Black Songlines
1995 In Our Lifetime Josh Roseman, Chris Speed, Uri Caine, James Genus, Joey Baron Inspired by Booker Little New World
1995 Constellations Tiny Bell Trio hatHUT
1996 Five String Group Soul Note
1997 Live in Europe Tiny Bell Trio Live album Arabesque
1997 Sanctuary Cuong Vu, Yuka Honda, Anthony Coleman, Mark Dresser, Hilliard Greene, Chris Speed, Dougie Bowne Live album Avant
1997 Stargazer Chris Speed, Josh Roseman, Uri Caine, James Genus, Joey Baron Inspired by Wayne Shorter Arabesque
1998 Moving Portrait Bill Carrothers, James Genus, Billy Hart Inspired by Joni Mitchell DIW
1998 Charms of the Night Sky Charms of the Night Sky: Mark Feldman, Guy Klucevsek, Greg Cohen Winter & Winter
1998 Magic Triangle Chris Potter, James Genus, Ben Perowsky Arabesque
1999 Convergence String Group Soul Note
1999 Songs for Wandering Souls Tiny Bell Trio Winter & Winter
2000 Soul on Soul Chris Speed, Josh Roseman, Greg Tardy, Uri Caine, James Genus, Joey Baron Inspired by Mary Lou Williams RCA
2000 Leap of Faith Chris Potter, James Genus, Ben Perowsky Arabesque
2000 A Thousand Evenings Charms of the Night Sky RCA
2001 El Trilogy Greg Cohen, Mark Feldman, Guy Klucevsek/Gregory Tardy, Susie Ibarra BMG
2001 Witness Chris Speed, Joe Daley, Mark Feldman, Erik Friedlander, Drew Gress, Bryan Carrott, Michael Sarin, Ikue Mori, Josh Roseman, Yuka Honda, Tom Waits RCA
2002 The Infinite Chris Potter, Uri Caine, James Genus, Clarence Penn RCA
2003 Freak In Seamus Blake, Chris Speed, Marc Ribot, Romero Lubambo, Jamie Saft, Craig Taborn, Brad Jones, Joey Baron, Michael Sarin Karsh Kale and Ikue Mori Bluebird
2004 Strange Liberation Chris Potter, Bill Frisell, Uri Caine, James Genus, Clarence Penn RCA
2004 Bow River Falls Louis Sclavis, Peggy Lee, Dylan van der Schyff Koch
2005 Mountain Passages Michael Moore, Marcus Rojas Peggy Lee, Dylan van der Schyff Greenleaf
2005 Live at the Bimhuis Set 1 & 2 Rick Margitza, Uri Caine, James Genus, Clarence Penn Live album Greenleaf
2005 Keystone Keystone: Marcus Strickland, Jamie Saft, DJ Olive, Brad Jones, Gene Lake Inspired by Fatty Arbuckle Greenleaf
2006 Meaning and Mystery Donny McCaslin, Uri Caine, James Genus, Clarence Penn Greenleaf
2006 Keystone: Live in Sweden Keystone: omit Saft and add Adam Benjamin Live album Greenleaf
2007 Live at the Jazz Standard Donny McCaslin, Uri Caine, James Genus, Clarence Penn Live album also released as 12 set download Greenleaf
2007 Moonshine Keystone Live album Greenleaf
2008 Keystone: Live at Jazz Standard Keystone Live album released as 8 set download Greenleaf
2009 Spirit Moves Brass Ecstasy: Vincent Chancey, Luis Bonilla, Marcus Rojas, Nasheet Waits Greenleaf
2009 A Single Sky Frankfurt Radio Big Band conducted by Jim McNeely Greenleaf
2010 Spark of Being Keystone Greenleaf
2011 United Front: Brass Ecstasy at Newport Brass Ecstasy Live album Greenleaf
2011 Three Views Brass Ecstasy; Ravi Coltrane, Vijay Iyer, Linda Oh, Marcus Gilmore; So Percussion Compiles GPS Portable Series: Rare Metals, Orange Afternoons and Bad Mango Greenleaf
2012 Be Still Aoife O'Donovan, Jon Irabagon, Matt Mitchell, Linda Oh, Rudy Roysto Greenleaf
2013 Time Travel Jon Irabagon, Matt Mitchell, Linda Oh, Rudy Roysto Greenleaf
2013 DD50: Special Edition 50th Birthday Recordings Compiles Be Still & Time Travel with bonus album Pathways and DVD Greenleaf
2014 Riverside Chet Doxas, Steve Swallow, Jim Doxas Greenleaf
2014 Present Joys Duets with Uri Caine Greenleaf
2015 Sound Prints Joe Lovano, Lawrence Fields, Linda Oh, Joey Baron Live album Blue Note
2015 High Risk Shigeto, Jonathan Maron, Mark Guiliana Greenleaf
2015 Brazen Heart Jon Irabagon, Matt Mitchell, Linda Oh, Rudy Royston Greenleaf
2016 Dark Territory Shigeto, Jonathan Maron, Mark Guiliana Greenleaf
2016 Dada People Frank Woeste, Matt Brewer, Clarence Penn Greenleaf

As sideman[edit]

Album artist Title Year Label
Second Sight Second Sight 1988 Sun Jump
Vincent Herring American Experience 1989 MusicMasters
New and Used Souvenir 1991 Knitting Factory
Orange Then Blue While You Were Out 1992 GM Recordings
The Band Jericho 1993 Pyramid/Rhino
Don Byron Don Byron Plays the Music of Mickey Katz 1993 Nonesuch
Franklin Kiermyer In the House of My Fathers 1993 Konnex
Mark Dresser Force Green 1994 Soul Note
Masada Masada, Vol. 1: Alef 1994 DIW
Mosaic Sextet Today, This Moment 1994 Konnex
Mark Dresser The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 1995 Knitting Factory
New and Used Consensus 1995 Knitting Factory
Masada Masada, Vol. 2: Beit 1995 DIW
Masada Masada, Vol. 3: Gimel 1995 DIW
Steve Beresford Signals for Tea 1995 Avant
Masada Masada, Vol. 5: Hei 1995 DIW
Masada Masada, Vol. 6: Vav 1995 DIW
Fontella Bass No Ways Tired 1995 Nonesuch
Myra Melford Even the Sounds Shine 1995 Hat ART
Fred Hersch Point in Time 1995 Enja
Anthony Braxton & Mario Pavone Seven Standards 1995 1995 Knitting Factory
John Zorn Bar Kokhba 1996 Tzadik
Suzanne Vega Nine Objects of Desire 1996 A&M
Myra Melford The Same River, Twice 1996 Gramavision
Dave Douglas and Han Bennink Serpentine 1996 Songlines
Sheryl Crow Sheryl Crow 1996 A&M
Uri Caine Toys 1996 Winter & Winter
John Zorn Filmworks III: 1990-1995 1997 Tzadik
Marc Ribot Shoe String Symphonettes 1997 Tzadik
Uri Caine Urlicht / Primal Light 1997 Winter & Winter
François Houle & Dave Douglas In the Vernacular: The Music of John Carter 1998 Songlines
Sean Lennon Into the Sun 1998 Capitol
Masada Masada, Vol. 7: Zayin 1998 DIW
Masada Masada, Vol. 8: Het 1998 DIW
Masada Masada, Vol. 9: Tet 1998 DIW
Masada Masada, Vol. 10: Yod 1998 DIW
Patricia Barber Modern Cool 1998 Premonition
What We Live Quintet for a Day 1998 New World
Greg Cohen Way Low 1998 DIW
Cibo Matto Stereo ★ Type A 1999 Warner Bros.
Myra Melford Above Blue 1999 Arabesque
Sean Lennon Half Horse Half Musician 1999 EMI
Masada Masada, Vol. 4: Dalet 1999 DIW
Masada Masada, Vol. 7: Zayin 1999 DIW
Masada Live in Jerusalem 1994 1999 Tzadik
Masada Live in Middleheim 1999 1999 Tzadik
Masada Live in Taipei 1995 1999 Tzadik
Uri Caine The Sidewalks of New York: Tin Pan Alley 1999 Winter & Winter
Masada Live in Sevilla 2000 1999 Tzadik
What We Live Trumpets 2000 Black Saint
Joe Lovano Flights of Fancy: Trio Fascination Edition Two 2001 Blue Note
Misha Mengelberg Quartet Four in One 2001 Blue Note
John Zorn The Gift 2001 Tzadik
Masada Live at Tonic 2001 2001 Tzadik
Mosaic Sextet Mosaic Sextet 2001 GM Recordings
Brad Shepik Trio Short Trip 2001 Knitting Factory
Masada First Live 1993 2002 Tzadik
Patricia Barber Verse 2002 Premonition
John Zorn The Unknown Masada 2003 Tzadik
Masada 50th Birthday Celebration Volume 7 2004 Tzadik
Masada Sanhedrin 1994-1997 2005 Tzadik
Martial Solal & Dave Douglas Rue de Seine 2006 Sunnyside
Anthony Braxton Six Standards (Quintet) 1996 2006 Splasc(h)
Kenny Werner Lawn Chair Society 2007 Blue Note
Masada with Joe Lovano Stolas: Book of Angels Volume 12 2009 Tzadik

[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sawyer, Jill. "Dave Douglas takes it to the coda". Banff Center. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  2. ^ Kelsey, Chris. "Dave Douglas: Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved January 30, 2011. 
  3. ^ Layne, Joslyn. "Masada: Live in Taipei: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved January 30, 2011. 
  4. ^ Collins, Troy. "Dave Douglas & Keystone: Spark Of Being". All About Jazz. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  5. ^ JARENWATTANANON, PATRICK. "Dave Douglas: Three Records, Five Months". NPR. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  6. ^ Chinen, Nate. "Sound Prints at the Village Vanguard". New York Times. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  7. ^ Jurek, Thom. "Be Still". All Music. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  8. ^ Collar, Matt. "Time Travel". All Music. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  9. ^ Blumfeld, Larry. "Dave Douglas has horn, will travel". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  10. ^ Tamarkin, Jeff. "Dave Douglas 50 States Project Tour Under Way". JazzTimes. Retrieved June 23, 2014. 
  11. ^ Chinen, Nate. "New Recordings by Riverside, Jessica Lea Mayfield and August Alsina". New York Times. Retrieved June 23, 2014.