b. 1953 in Miami, Florida. Raised in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. High School Graduate.
David Thomas is a writer, singer, songwriter, actor, producer and director within the self-proclaimed genre of the Avant-Garage. Founder of two legendary bands, Rocket From The Tombs and Pere Ubu, and a multitude of musical collaborations, including David Thomas and two pale boys, Thomas is credited with rewriting the rules of both popular and experimental music since 1975. He is a musician's musician.
His career began as a writer and columnist for weekly magazine The Scene, in Cleveland, in the early 70s. After years of critiquing, he made the decision to stop writing about music and start making it. "If I'm so smart," I said to myself, "I should do this myself."
The Modern Dance (Pere Ubu) was released to critical acclaim and the group toured extensively, as it does to this day, with a further 17 album releases. During this time, Thomas applied his ideas to solo theater ('theatre vague,' as he calls it) with spoken word and poetry, methodically integrating musical improvisation.
Thomas has written two operas, Mirror Man (1998) and Bring Me The Head Of Ubu Roi (2008), which both premiered at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall, before touring internationally. The latter was animated by cult film-makers The Brothers Quay. Thomas co-starred in a limited, sold out run of the 'junk opera' 'Shockheaded Peter' in London's West End in 2002. London's South Bank Centre and UCLA Performing Arts staged four and three day festivals, respectively, dedicated to his writing and music. The Knitting Factory in New York City presented a three day festival of his work. The Department of Cultural Geography at Clark University invited him to deliver a lecture, subsequently called 'The Geography of Sound,' which led to further requests from architectural colleges in Oxford and Amsterdam, various institutions and academic music conferences.
He has featured in festivals in London, Los Angeles, Dublin, Newcastle and Sydney celebrating the works of Nino Rota, John Cage, Firesign Theatre, Walt Disney, Bertolt Brecht and Harry Smith.
Mr. Thomas has recorded more than thirty albums and performed on stage with the likes of Richard Thompson, Jackie Leven, the MC5, Van Dyke Parks, Frank Black, the Sun Ra Arkestra, Philip Glass, Steve Earle, Percy Heath, George Wendt, Wayne Kramer, David and Don Was, The Mondrian String Quartet, Todd Rundgren, John Goodman, Loudon Wainwright, the London Sinfonietta, Nick Cave and Shane McGowan.
Mr. Thomas has written four books, The Book of Hieroglyphs, Chinese Whispers, 'Cogs, The Making of Carnival Of Souls' and 'Baptized Into The Buzz.' Van Dyke Parks, who once introduced Mr. Thomas to Brian Wilson saying "Brian, I'd like you to meet the other American genius," says of 'The Book of Hieroglyphs,' "I have trod and will retread this confirming and inquiring work time and again. It's strangely home. Epic in scope. As mighty on the page as on the stage, with scat and logic, this MacDuff leads us on."
Greil Marcus, Double Trouble (Faber And Faber, 2000), pgs. 167-168. Thomas' gnostic argument - that art exists to at once reveal secrets and to preserve them - makes sense of a particularly American - or modern - form of storytelling. In a big, multifaceted democracy, you're supposed to be able to communicate directly with everyone, yet many despair of being understood by anyone at all... Out of this comes an American language that means to tell a story no one can turn away from. But this language - identified by D. H. Lawrence in 1923, in Studies in Classic American Literature, as the true modernist voice, the voice of Hawthorne, Poe, Melville - is cryptic before it is anything else. It is all hints and warnings, and the warnings are disguised as non sequiturs. The secret is told, but nonetheless hidden, in the musings, babblings, or tall tales of people who seem too odd to be like you or me, like us - like the author who puts his or her name to the story, insisting that he made it all up, that she just did it for the money.
Curated Disastodrome!, a four day festival at London's South Bank Centre celebrating his music and related interests, April 2-5, 1998.
Performed John Cage's Aria at the American Pioneers festival at the Barbican, London, October 24 1998.
Improvisational opera Mirror Man staged at the FIMAV Festival in Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada, May 21 2000.
Featured in Hal Willner's production of the Harry Smith Project at Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, April 25 & 26, 2001, partnering with Van Dyke Parks, Percy Heath, Eric Mingus, David Johansen, Steve Earle, Philip Glass, and Bill Frisell for 2 songs. "Fishing Blues" and "Way Down The Old Plank Road" appear on the 2-cd/2-DVD box set release in the fall of 2006 on Shout! Factory entitled "The Harry Smith Project, Anthology of American Folk Music Revisited."
The Contemporary Music Network sponsored a seven date UK tour of Mirror Man, May 20-27 2001.
Co-starred in the London West End production of the "junk opera" Shockheaded Peter for a 3 month run at the Albery Theatre, St Martins Lane from April 4 to June 16, 2002. His improvisational group, the two pale boys, reworked the musical score and also featured.
Featured in Hal Willner's production of "Let's Eat - Feasting on the Firesign Theatre," April 1 2004, at Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, along with Todd Rundgren, John Goodman, George Wendt, Loudon Wainwright, Howard Hesseman, Mark McKenney, Scott Wanio, Chloe Webb, and Stan Ridgeway.
Featured in Hal Willner's production of "Perfect Partners: Nino Rota & Federico Fellini," April 24 2004, at the Barbican, City of London, along with Carla Bley, Geri Allen, Roy Nathanson, Beth Orton, and Roger Eno.
Performed "Starship" with the combined MC5/Sun Ra Arkestra at the Royal Festival Hall, London, on Feb 25 2005.
Delivered papers at EMP Pop Conference 2005 ("Lessons In Mayhem: Ghoulardi") and EMP Pop Conference 2006 ("Morphic Resonance, Siberian rock bands & Unknown Instructors") in Seattle.
Performed 'Alabama Song' with the London Sinfonietta on Brecht Night at the Patti Smith Meltdown at the Royal Festival Hall, London, on June 23 2005.
Contributed two songs (Dan Dan & The Drunken Sailor) to Hal Willner's Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys, released Aug 22 2006 on Anti/Epitaph (Anti 6817-2). Other contributors include Bono, Sting, Lou Reed, Bryan Ferry, Richard Thompson, Van Dyke Parks, Nick Cave, Eliza Carthy, and Waterson/Carthy.
Contributed three songs to Dan McGuire's Unknown Instructors album ("Master's Voice," Smog Veil SV66, released October 17 2006). In the band are Mike Watt, Joe Baiza and George Hurley.
Featured in Hal Willner's production of "Forest Of No Return," an evening of Disney songs, at the Royal Festival Hall, London, June 17 2007, along with Nick Cave, Jarvis Cocker, Grace Jones, Marshal Allen, Baba Malle, Beth Orton, Shane McGowan, and others.
Produced, directed and wrote an adaptation of Alfred Jarry's Ubu Roi for the South Bank Centre, London. Called Bring Me The Head Of Ubu Roi it was staged over two nights at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on April 24 and 25 2008. Featured animation by the Brothers Quay.
Invited to read at the 14th Festival Internazionale di Poesia, Genoa (I), June 19 2008.
Featured in Hal Wilner's Rogue's Gallery tour of Dublin, Newcastle and London in July 2008.
Staged Bring Me The Head of Ubu Roi at the Animator Festival In Poznan, Poland, July 11 2009.
Staged Bring Me The Head of Ubu Roi at the Festival Scènes d'Europe In Reims, France, December 16 2009.
Featured in Hal Wilner's Rogue's Gallery concert at the Sydney Opera House, January 28 2010.
b. 1957 in Cleveland, Ohio. Plays electronics - an EML-101 synthesizer and homemade Theremin. He has played in Pere Ubu since 1994.
Years ago Robert dropped in at Hideo's Discodrome and owner John Thompson steered him to the '30 Seconds over Tokyo' single that had come out that day. John said, "The record is $1.95 plus tax, but you can see a whole set and another band for only $1.50 at the Pirates Cove." Robert saw Peter Laughner's Friction and Pere Ubu play their first night at Pirates Cove Nov. 11, 1976. Changed his life.
Bought an EML-101 synth, started a band Savage Tractors that lasted 5 years, then played with Dr. Bloodmoney (after Tony Maimone left), and then joined Home & Garden (after Tony Maimone left). Home & Garden at the time was Scott Krauss, Jim Jones, Jeff Morrison (vocals).
Happily married to Linda since 1987, they have one delightful daughter, Kathleen Alexis.
Robert attended K-11 with David's younger brother Alan, and lived a block away from the Thomas's in Cleveland Heights.
Robert has been President of the Edison Birthplace Association in Milan, Ohio, since early 1980s. A great-great-grand nephew of Thomas Alva Edison, he lives with his family on Thomas Edison's sister's farm in Milan, Ohio. They board horses, raise chickens and grow corn, hay and trees.
Robert worked for Digital Equipment Corporation (now Hewlett-Packard) for 18.696 years repairing computers, and was a System Manager for Digital Alphas and an IBM AS/400 at a local hospital for 7.5 years. He got outsourced and is currently unemployed.
Robert and Michele Temple joined Home & Garden the same night.
Tony Maimone introduced Robert to Linda, who also plays keyboards.
A Mac Evangelist since W95 (Thanx to John Thompson and David Thomas), "My Mac can do everything your windows can, except get viruses."
Robert got a 'B' on his handmade theremin in electronic school because he couldn't play America the Beautiful. "It's not a musical instrument," said the teacher. It took months to learn how to tune and work it, considering he'd never seen one before.
Side music project is Lonely Crowd.
b. 1959 in Van Wert, Ohio. Former Clevelander, Michele now lives in New York City where she produces music, does session work, composes music for film and other events, performs, teaches, and engages in all manner of recording related activities as part of the Urban Iguana Music Production team. Michele is bass and guitar sideplayer and producer for various local artists including Marni Rice and Le Garage Cabaret featuring Ramones producer Daniel Ray, and Joni MItchell interpretive artist Hannah Reimann. She was also part of the hip hop production team the Jettsonz, producers of Nina Sky. Michele teaches at the Brooklyn Conservatory where she counts among her former students multi-Grammy winning artist Alicia Keys.
Michele is a guitar sub in the pit of the Broadway production of Wicked, and was also in the pit for a one night revival of the Broadway production of Once on This Island. She has appeared at Lincoln Center with Armenian vocalist Sophia Gazarian and at the Apollo Theatre with Sony recording artist Amel Larrieux. Michele received her Masters Degree in Musicology from Cleveland State University in 1997.
Academic publisher Edwin Mellon Press chose to release Michele's Master's Thesis, her first book, The Influence of Middle Eastern Music on Late Medieval Italian Dances, in the fall of 2001. The Dance Perspective Foundation awarded her book a prize the next year for the most original work on dance published in English in the year 2001.
While in Cleveland Michele worked with Scott Krauss, Jim Jones, and Robert Wheeler in the Pere Ubu spin-off Home and Garden, and with her own band The Vivians which included Scott Benedict, drummer on Raygun Suitcase, and Steve Mehlman, current drummer for Pere Ubu.
b. 1971 in Cleveland, Ohio. Began drumming at the age of ten. He started playing in local Cleveland bands in 1989. He was invited to drum for Pere Ubu in late 1995 ahead of the Raygun Suitcase tour. A short list of bands he has played in: The Vivians, The Heathers, Sissy, Chump, The Terminal Lovers, and Screwtractor. Other bands he currently plays in: Roué (also www.myspace.com/roue), Liquid and Rocket From The Tombs. Steven graduated from Cleveland State University in May 2001 with a B.S. in Chemistry (cum laude). He worked for some years as a research chemist, focusing on powdered metals and rechargeable battery cathodes. He is currently working as a handy-ish man, paper delivery boy, and bar-back. In addition to music, Steve also hates the phone, books, politics, and back pain. He loves snowboarding and watching lots of TV.
Steve quit the band in 2019.
Keith D. Molinè
b. 1965 in Maidstone, England, of Catalan/English parentage. He was a founding member of David Thomas and the two pale boys in 1994, contributing to their three studio albums and touring extensively in Europe and the US. Before that he was involved with the semi-improvisatory trio Infidel with ex-Shrubs singer Nick Hobbs and ex-Nico/Ludus electronic percussionist Graham Dowdall. Though nominally a guitarist, Molinè used a MIDI pickup on his instrument to control a sampler and other devices.
In 2002 he was invited to become part of the Pere Ubu Film Group, which toured their live underscore to 'It Came From Outer Space.' The group went on to contribute live scores to 'X, The Man With X Ray Eyes' and most recently 'Carnival Of Souls.' He took over as 'official' Ubu guitarist following Tom Herman's depature in 2005, touring extensively and recording four studio albums as a member of the group. He uses a Roland VG guitar system which among other things allows him to set up non-standard microtonal tunings.
In addition to Ubu-related activity, Molinè records and performs electronic music and has made two albums for the Entr'acte label. He also writes for The Wire magazine and lectures in music. He lives in London with his partner and two children.
Thomas E. Herman
b. 1949 in Buffalo, New York. Graduated Cathedral Preparatory School For Boys and the U.S. Army. Tom is happily married to Linda, and has four wonderful children: Avery, Sally, Irreverence, and Echo.
Tom has worked in a steel mill, a fish factory, on an oil rig, in an a.m./pm., a car wash, a couple restaurants, a couple hospitals.
Pops, as he insists on being called, started on electric bass in '66, guitar in '68. He can also play tenor sax, and synthesizer, and has some knowledge of piano. He studied music theory and composition at the D'Angelo School of Music, Mercyhurst University for a short time. Otherwise, he is mostly self taught.
Tom is a founding member of Pere Ubu. He left the band in 1979. He returned to Pere Ubu in 1995. He also played in other bands, notably Tripod Jimmie, with three independently released albums. In the early '80s, Tom created music for several San Francisco Bay Area performance artists.
Tom left the band again in 2016.
James E. Jones
b. 1950 in Cleveland, Ohio. Died of a heart attack Feb 18 2008. Graduated from Mayfield High School in 1968. He played baritone sax in the MHS Marching Band, alto sax in the concert band, and discovered an affinity for tape manipulation while in charge of the high school language lab. Jim attempted two quarters at Cuyahoga Community College in '69, but his interest in music won out. He formed the short-lived band, Lazarus, and worked as a clerk/buyer for Leo Mintz's Record Rendezvous retail chain for the next fifteen years. Jim started his own record shop, Platter-Puss Records, in '84. He sold the business in '87 after joining Pere Ubu. Jim got his first guitar in 1965, and taught himself to play in a self-devised open tuning. He was profoundly moved by music in nearly all forms, especially Indian music (thanks to George Harrison), 20th century classical and experimental, 50s thru 60s pop and mood music, and of course 'rock' in it's many forms. Jim joined local 'underground' band, Mirrors, in '74 as bass player. Mirrors shared gigs with Rocket From The Tombs and The Electric Eels (whom he later recorded with), and later transformed into The Styrenes. In '77 Jim quit The Styrenes and took some time off from work to become a member of the Pere Ubu road crew, doing the infamous 'Co-Ed Jail Tours' of the US and Europe in support of 'The Modern Dance' lp. Back from the tours Jim and fellow roadie, Pat Ryan, started a two-man experimental rock band called Foreign Bodies, which released a single. The next few years saw Jim honing his skills as a studio producer for a number of local Cleveland artists and bands, recording his own music, and composing electronic pieces for local theatre and dance companies. In 1980 Jim formed the raucous Easter Monkeys, and concomitantly became a member of Scott Krauss And Tony Maimone's project, Home & Garden. Gigs were played and recordings were released by both bands. Having worked with David Thomas And The Pedestrians On The 'Variations On A Theme' album in '84, Jim was asked to join David's latest project, The Wooden Birds, in 1986. A year later that group (with the addition of Scott Krauss) became the revived Pere Ubu. Jim continued recording with the band after retiring from the road. Until his death in 2008, he performed and recorded with local bands Speaker\Cranker, Noble Rot, and KNG NXN as mainly a keyboardist. Click here for an interview with Jim Jones.
b. 1959 in London, England, has been a unique voice on the trumpet for more than 18 years. He developed his own style over that time in a variety of very different projects. Creating large soundscapes of brass with the use of electronics, looping his trumpet in multiple echo machines, and with the ingenious use of harmonizers he builds not just luscious washes of sound but also pulsating and infectious rhythms. Spending much of the 1980s in Manchester, he recorded and toured with a range of bands on the rock, pop and jazz scenes, from Diagram Brothers and Dislocation Dance to James. Moving to London in 1992 he became a founder member of The Honkies which stormed the London improvised music scene of the early 90s. He now records and tours the world with his own, much acclaimed band The Spaceheads, where his unique sound and melodic sense are complimented by the emotive rhythms of drummer Richard Harrison. He has also been recording and touring with David Thomas as a member of the two pale boys since 1996, and became an associate member of Pere Ubu in 1999.
Dislocation Dance Slip That Disc (New Hormones ORG10, 1981). Midnight Shift (Rough Trade Rough 63, 1983.)
Diagram Brothers Some Marvels Of Modern Science (New Hormones ORG17, 1981).
Pale Fountains Pacific Street (Virgin Records V2274, 1983).
Honkies All My Screws Fell Out (Megaphone 006, 1992). Who Eats? (Megaphone 015, 1993).
Spaceheads Spaceheads (Dark Beloved Cloud DBC204 or Red Note REDNOTE3 1995). Round The Outside (Space Records SPACE01, 1997). Ho! Fat Wallet (Dark Beloved Cloud DBC212, US, 1998). Angel Station (Pandemonium PAN032 or Merge Records MRG157 1999). The Time Of The Ancient Astronaut (Bip Hop Bleep 04, cd, 2001). Low Pressure (Bip Hop Bleep14 and Merge MRG183, cd, 2002). A Very Long Way From Anywhere Else (Bip Hop Bleep 35, cd, 2007).
(Graham Dowdall), b. 1954 in Lewisham, England, is a percussionist, composer, sound designer / mixer. He started out as drummer in Manchester cult band Ludus in the 80s then went on to work with the legendary Nico (Velvet Underground) for a sustained period - touring the world and making several albums with her. He also recorded and played with John Cale as well as being part of numerous other bands and projects. He was one of the pioneers of electronic rhythm in the United Kingdom and has a wide experience of writing music for theatre and dance and remixing. Dowdall regularly performs and records under the alias Gagarin. His music is characterised by a sophisticated and subtle touch allied to tough beats and complex yet spacious and fluid programming, creating atmospheric sound and beatscapes. Over recent years he has worked with David Thomas and Pere Ubu, initially as a creative sound mixer but becoming more and more involved as a band member over the last three albums, joining the band live and on records providing digital synthesis, and sample manipulation via drum pads and other hardware.
Dowdall teaches at Goldsmiths College and runs community music workshops for a variety of groups.
Gagarin's solo work continues to attract acclaim . His latest album, 'Biophila,' was described in 'Mojo' as "electronica in its rawest sense" and in 'Musicweek' as "deeply beautiful glitchy electronica - stunning."
Gagarin works as part of 'Roshi featuring Pars Radio' whose Welsh-Iranian Folktronica is attracting increasing attention and praise both live and on record. Under his given name Graham he has just released an experimental cassette through Touch's Tapeworm imprint which is based on sounds sourced from analogue radios and is a eulogy to that dying format. He gigs regularly with bands in the United Kingdom and Eorope and contributes his unique soundworld to a variety of other projects.
Ludus Pickpocket (New Hormones, ep, 1981). The Seduction (New Hormones, lp, 1982).
Eric Random & Bedlamites, Timesplice (Double Vision, 1984).
Nico and the Faction, Camera Obscura (Beggars Banquet, lp, 1986).
John Cale, Artificial Intelligence (Beggars Banquet, lp, 1987).
Graham Dowdall Outside Broadcast (Tapeworm, cassette, 2014).
Roshi feat. Pars Radio The Sky & the Caspian Sea (Geo, cd, 2010). Don't Breathe it to a Soul (Geo, 7", 2013 - with remix from David Thomas}. 3 Almonds and a Walnut (Geo, cd, 2013).
b. 1963 in Hastings, England, plays clarinet, saxophone, piano and guitar. He joined Pere Ubu in 2012. He lives in Hove, England.
Darryl was given a clarinet at the age of nine, a decision inspired by his grandparents' extensive collection of Acker Bilk LPs. As a teenager, he wanted to be John Helliwell of Supertramp and picked up the sax, but also learned piano and guitar in case he became Roger Hodgson. He studied Performance on clarinet, saxophone and piano at Trinity College of Music, London, and after graduating with a Fellowship, played in wind ensembles, orchestras, and jazz with clarinettist Wally Fawkes. After the Berlin Wall came down, he travelled to Eastern Europe and subsequently made a career as a business English trainer, working in Europe and the Middle East. On returning to England, he ran open jazz jams where he first performed with David Thomas. This led to him being asked to make a contribution on the 'Lady from Shanghai' album, and the two pale boys' 'Disastohouse 001.' He featured in Pere Ubu's 2013 tour, and he was one of the 'shock troops' of the largely improvised 'Visions of the Moon' tour in late 2013.
b. 1969 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Gary grew up in Worthington, Ohio and began playing guitar at the age of twelve after seeing The Who documentary film 'The Kids Are Alright.' He studied Mathematics and Experimental film at SUNY Buffalo and SUNY Binghamton (Harpur College) before transferring to Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA where he received his B.Mus in Production/Engineering. A multi-instrumentalist, he composes music for film and Acoustic Guitar, in addition to writing, performing and touring. He has done session work with various artists, including Mary Lorson (Madder Rose/St. Low).
Now living in Cleveland Heights, he has earned a reputation as a virtuosic live performer and highly sought after professional guitar instructor. In 2011, he joined Rocket from the Tombs for the USA 'Barfly' Tour . He has since toured regularly with Rocket From The Tombs throughout the United States and Europe, as well as co-writing and recording songs for 'Black Record' (2015, Fire Records). In 2016, he joined Pere Ubu and toured with them on the 'Coed Jail' Tour, followed by recording on the '20 Years in a Montana Missile Silo' album (to be released 2017).
b. Peter Ole Jørgensen / Pere Oliver Jørgens in 1958 in Sorgenfri, Denmark, he is a Danish composer and multi percussionist who also invents his own instruments.
Was taught classical percussion by Suzanne Ibstrup from he was 12 till he graduated from High School in 1977. Started to play with John Tchicai in 1974, when only 16 years old. Formed the Punk-jazz group Cockpit Music in 1978 and the multi-authentic group Global Guaranty Orchestra in 1983. Both groups are still active today.
Released more than 50 albums, mainly with his groups, Global Guaranty Orchestra, Cockpit Music, The Wild Mans Band (Peter Brötzmann) Torden Kvartetten (Mats Gustafsson), Sweethearts in a Drugstore, Volume, Mokuto (Herb Robrtson), Ghost in The Machine (Evan Parker) and with David Thomas in both David Thomas & Foreigners and David Thomas & P.O. Jørgens which released 'Live Free Or Die' in 2017. Jørgens also performs as sideman and / or studio musician on many recordings, using countless variations of his aliases and other names.
Since 1992, Peter Ole has constructed a wide variaty of string and percussion instruments. In 2016 he started the ongoing soundart / visual performance series Strange Sounds / Strange Visuals involving other composers, visual artists, authors and other highly specialised humans.
Composed scores for more than 40 ballets, performances & short films. Awarded 3 year Composing Grant in 1989 from The Danish Arts Council. Was house composer at the National Thearter in Accra, Ghana from 1998 to 2000. Awarded prizes of honor from Danish composer union DJBFA in 2003 and Danish Musicians Union in 2012.
Started the lable Ninth World Music in 1983 and build his first Ninth World Studio in Elsinore same year. The label was taken over by Voices of Wonder in1996 (now DME) while the studio moved to Humlebæk in 1994, where it still excist on an old farm.
In 2016 Jørgens started to play the marimba after nearly 30 years break. Since then he played numerous solo concerts in mostly odd venues, churches and a couple of festivals. New bands include trio with Tim Hodgkinson and Martin Klapper and the trio LUBB with Pat Thomas and Adam Pultz Melbye
Selected Discography: David Thomas & P.O. Jørgens David Thomas & P.O. Jørgens: Live Free or Die NWM 043CD og 043LP 2017
David Thomas & Foriengers David Thomas & Foriengers: Bay City. 2000 Hearpen HR 111
P.O Jørgens / Pere Oliver Jørgens P.O.Jørgens: Songs Of The Ninth World. 1983. NWM 001 Cass. P.O.Jørgens: The Technology Of Touch. 1997. NWM 008 CD P.O.Jørgens: Visitors. 1998. NWM 012 CD Pere Oliver Jørgens: Traditional Music Of The POJ Tribe 2015 NWM 052CD
Global Guaranty Orchestra Global Guaranty Orchestra: The World Is Out Of Joint. 1984. NWM 003 LP Global Guaranty Orchestra: The Dark Is Shining. 1985. NWM 004 LP Global Guaranty Orchestra: Lament For Enver Hoxa. 1986. Atlas Cass. Global Guaranty Orchestra: Sunset Hotel. 1987. DOC 5056 LP Global Guaranty Orchestra: Different Stages In Different Lives.1989 DOC 5084 LP Global Guaranty Orchestra: Godʼs Warehouse. 1991. DOCD 5139 CD Global Guaranty Orchestra: Musical Hair-Splitting In A Remote World. 1994. Pingo 08CD Global Guaranty Orchestra: Weltmeister. 1999. NWM 017 CD Global Guaranty Orchestra: Four Stars. 2001. NWM 023 CD
Cockpit Music Cockpit Music: Cockpit Music. 1981. KMLP 7 (2 LP) Cockpit Music & Poul Borum: Mechanism Of Defense. 1982 Gry Records. Cockpit Music: Snow Lake City. 1982. KMLP 11 LP Cockpit Music: Salute For General Wasteland. 1983. NWM 001 LP Cockpit Music: Stop / Go. 1985. NWM 002 LP Cockpit Music: Hands Up. 1989. DOC 5058 (2 LP) Cockpit Music: The Great Dividing Range. 1996. NWM 006 CD Cockpit Music: Tales From The North. 2000. NWM 018 CD Cockpit Music: Solitude In Borderline. 2003. NWM 026 CD Cockpit Music: This Doesnʼt Look Like Our Town. 2010. NWM 046 CD
The Wild Mans Band The Wild Mans Band: Peter Peter Peter Und Johannes. 1998. NWM 013 CD The Wild Mans Band: Three Rocks And A Pine. 2000. NWM 020 CD The Wild Mans Band: The Darkest River. 2003. NWM 027 CD The Wild Mans Band: Flower Head. 2007. NWM 036 CD The Wild Mans Band: Live København 2009 NWM 044 CD The Wild Mans Band: Fredensborg, 2015 NWM 050CD
John Tchicai John Tchicai and The Festival Band: God In Africa. 1976. Hookfarm HLS 76-7 Lp + RE on CD 2017 John Tchicai and Clinch. 1988. DOCD 5071 John Tchicai / P.O. Jørgens : On Top Of Your Head. 2002 NWM 024CD. The All Ear Trio: Boiler. 2007 NWM 038CD. (Tchicai, Sirone, Agergaard)
Jellyspace Jellyspace: Jellyspace 2017 Not Two Records
Johns Lund / Pere Oliver Jørgens Johns Lund / Pere Oliver Jørgens: 26:10 2015 NWM 051 LP
Sweethearts In A Drugstore Sweethearts In A Drugstore: S I A D. 1997. NWM 010 CD Sweethearts In A Drugstore: Second Edition. 2000. NWM 021 CD
Ghost In The Machine: Ghost In The Machine feat Evan Parker. Ghost In The Machine. 1995. CD LAB 18 Ghost In The Machine feat Evan Parker. New Excursions. 1999. NWM 019 CD