I don't know who drew the line in the sand. Who made it "us" versus "them. And in , John Zorn was also on the front lines. Saxophonist John Zorn, a man with ties to the free jazz community, cartoon and film buffs, developed a love for the revolution of Ornette Coleman and hard core music.
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Most people know this music from the single domestic release on Nonesuch, but the major portion of their studio recordings were issued from on the hard-to-find Japanese labels Avant and Toy's Factory. This long awaited set pulls together all of their recorded output, all seven albums in beautiful new packaging, with a special page scrapbook of Naked City ephemera, including photos, posters, designs, scores, musical sketches, written tributes by members of the Naked City family and pages from Zorn's original notebooks showing the development of the music that drove so many people out of their minds. Zorn's music at its most brutal and uncompromising best. Packaged in a heavy duty box, this is one of the most spectacular Tzadik editions to date.