Michael Vlatkovich: Myrnofant’s Kiss (PFMCD095)

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Myrnofant’s Kiss

michael vlatkovich—trombone • david mott—baritone saxophone
jonathan golove—electric cello • christopher garcia—drums

1) no victims just volunteers 07:07
2) stop scaring the toddlers and farm animals 05:17
3) hold on to your chair watch out for snakes 04:51
4) myrnofant’s kiss 05:17
5) on the corner of a purple saturday 06:14
6) an illness with a countdown 05:01
7) leave the worrying to the professionals 07:03
8) a tree falls in the forest while an orange rolls in circleswatching a pickle kiss a banana goodbye 08:00

producer: peter lutek
recorded and mixed: peter lutek, toronto, ontario
front cover: william roper
design: jeff kaiser
all compositions © 2016, m. vlatkovich/julius ivory music, ascap

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PFMCD095

Michael Vlatkovich: Mortality (PFMCD091)

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ensemblio:
michael vlatkovich: trombone
dan clucas: trumpet
jill torberson: french horn
bill plake: tenor sax
david riddles: bassoon, flute, soprano sax, clarinet
andrew pask: alto sax, bari sax, bass clarinet
bill roper: tuba, bombardondino
harry scorzo: violin
jonathan golove: cello
tom mcnalley: guitar
dominic genova: bass 
wayne peet: piano, keyboard
carol sawyer: voice
ken park: all percussion

[NOTE: do to a printing error, track 4 was left off the package. What you see below is correct.]

1. adeptly disguised as chairs and tables the audience listened quietly — 9:08
2. as quickly as it came — 6:31
3. or do you have change for a $20 — 5:25
4. out of the wall and into the night — 5:27
5. sometimes a red nose and big shoes aren’t enough — 2:33
6. mortality — 11:32
7. hiding out as a verb — 5:49
8. goodbye — 7:06

© 2015 julius ivory music, ascap
music composed m vlatkovich
recorded 2014 wayne peet engineer
edited mixed and mastered sept. 2014
front photo chuck britt
back photo bill roper
design jeff kaiser

pfMENTUM CD091

PFMCD091

Michael Vlatkovich Septet: Ask 7 (PFMCD089)

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ask 7 michael vlatkovich septet

michael vlatkovich: trombone, compositions
ron miles: cornet
wade sander: bass trombone
mark harris: alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet
glenn nitta: tenor sax
kent mclagen: bass
chris lee: drums

1) innumerable mementos of the distant ought-to-be forgottenbut dishearteningly omnipresent never-to-be forgotten past 5:26
2) madam why 10:21
3) 1 3/4 southeast 593,212 avenue apartment zz ask for 7 5:49
4) missing C the limbless percussion just couldn't dance 6:26
5) chair red blue medley 16:27
6) the eventual supremacy of reason 5:00
7) maybe another time 3:26
total 53:09

© 2015 julius ivory music, ascap
recorded 6.9.14 in denver by ron jolly
edited/mixed/mastered 10.14.14 newzone studio los angeles
wayne peet, engineer
jill torberson, artwork
jeff kaiser, design

pfMENTUM CD089

PFMCD089

Michael Vlatkovich: Elasticity (PFMCD087)

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Mark Weber: poetry
Michael Vlatkovich: trombone and compositions

with

Ion Zoo
Carol Sawyer: voice
Steve Bagnell: tenor sax, bass clarinet
Lisa Miller: piano
Clyde Reed: bass

Track 1 • Poem 1 • 2:15
Track 2 • Poem 2 • 2:18
Track 3 • Poem 3 • 1:49
Track 4 • Poem 4 • 2:35
Track 5 • Winter Things • 4:41
Track 6 • Poem 6 • 2:21
Track 7 • Poem 7 • 3:07
Track 8 • Poem 8 • 2:59
Track 9 • Poem 9 • 3:12
Track 10 • Poem 10 • 2:54
Track 11 • Poem 11 • 3:07
Track 12 • Poem 12 • 10:35
Track 13 • Poem 13 • 7:07
Track 14 • Poem First Day of February • 5:05
Track 15 • Poem 15 • 3:05

© 2012 Mark Weber and Michael Vlatkovich
Recorded at Studio Le Shedde in Vancouver, BC March 7, 2012
Recording by David Sikula
Edited, mixed and mastered at Newzone Studio
by Wayne Peet in Los Angeles April, June 2012
Jeff Schnabel, Art • Jeff Kaiser, Design

pfMENTUM CD087

PFMCD087

Michael Vlatkovich: VLATKO (PFMCD085)

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VLATKO

subjective experience in a commercial free zone

michael vlatkovich: trombone, compositions
tom mcnalley: electric guitar
dominic genova: electric bass
john “Vatos” hernandez: drums/percussion

1 motely mountebanks 7:48
2 in the interest of only those concerned STOP 8:17
3 strodaad 7:54
4 sometimes always 8:34
5 if only maybe were a probability 3:43
6 knowers don’t know so guessers guess 8:35
7 saint something or our lady of whatever 6:05
8 undoug fug = -(doug unfug) 8:57 total 59:53

recorded tomsonics los angeles, ca. March 19 & April 3, 2014
editing & mastering April 7, 2014
engineer tom manasian
design chuck britt
photography tom manasian
all music Julius Ivory Music ascap ©2014

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PFMCD085

Michael Vlatkovich / Anna Homler / Jeff Kaiser / Scott Walton / Rich West: Here & Here & Here (PFMCD084)

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Michael Vlatkovich: trombone, percussion
Anna Homler: vocal, percussion
Jeff Kaiser: trumpet, flugelhorn
Scott Walton: acoustic bass
Rich West: drums, percussion

1. Dragon Beware (2:47)
2. Here & Here & Here (7:28)
3. Red Coda Soft (8:21)
4. Before But After (2:09)
5. Spark (5:20)
6. Big Doors Little Windows (3:49)
7. Oranger Than Happiness (3:10)
8. Round Triangles (3:41)
9. Your Ark Is Waiting (2:39)
10. Three In Front Four in Back Toes (2:41)
11. Salute (1:41)
12. Choir hose 293 (3:02)
13. Pfazzu (2:48)
14. Thunderous Silence (3:33)
15. Potozo (2:44)
Recorded 1-20-14 edited, mixed & mastered 2-4-14
Newzone Studio Los Angeles Wayne Peet engineer
Photos Julia Fitzgerald * Layout Jeff Kaiser

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PFMCD084

Michael Vlatkovich: Multitudes Telepathic (PFMCD078)

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Multitudes Telepathic

Michael Vlatkovich: trombone and percussion
Clyde Reed: electric upright bass
Dave Wayne: drumset and percussion
Mark Weber: poem cycle

(4:16) 1. 2a
(8:47) 2. Poem 2
(3:45) 3. Always
(2:24) 4. Writing
(5:09) 5. Poem 5 is a Dance
(6:04) 6. Cycles
(7:41) 7. Trees
(4:27) 8. Clicking
(2:48) 9. Breathing Pyramid Cyclotron of Watermelon
(3:44) 10. The Circle

Recorded in Santa Fe at the home of Dave Wayne and Cindy Geist, on the afternoon of September 22, 2o12 by Steve Schmidt

Mark Weber’s poems over-dubbed at Newzone, August 10, 2o13
Mixed and mastered by Wayne Peet/Newzone/Los Angeles

Photo by Mark Weber
Artwork by M. Vlatkovich
Layout by Jeff Kaiser

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PFMCD078

Michael Vlatkovich Quartet: You’re Too Dimensional (PFMCD077)

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Michael Vlatkovich Quartet
You’re Too Dimensional.

Michael Vlatkovich: Compositions, Trombone
Jim Knodle: Trumpet
Phil Sparks: Bass
Greg Campbell: Drums, French Horn*

(05:05) 1. various manifestations of thwart & opine for curved bill thrasher & toy piano in 4 parts
(02:48) 2. no candy for the wagon full of devils
(08:15) 3. the curious intensity of a refrigerator defrosting *
(04:24) 4. wishing for 2 at 5/3
(06:26) 5. mOOn jOOiia
(10:04) 6. blue peepers
(06:25) 7. the static equilibrium of the values of savagery
(06:50) 8. i liberate monsters
(02:32) 9. balance out of life out of balance *
(06:32) 10. fools drunks & angels
total 59:37

Recorded in Seattle 2-2-13 Doug Hare – Engineer, Sonarchy Radio
Edited, Mixed & Mastered 5-01/02-13
Wayne Peet – Engineer, Newzone Studio, Los Angeles
Chuck Britt – Design

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PFMCD077

Michael Vlatkovich Tryyo: Pershing Woman (PFMCD071)

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PERSHING WOMAN
Vlatkovich Tryyo

michael vlatkovich: trombone
jonathangolove: electric cello
damon short: drums

recorded live 10.2.2010 by damon short • grand rapids, michigan • hugo claudin’s mexicains sans frontieresedited and mastered by wayne peet • los angeles, california • newzone studio
art by julia fitzgerald • layout by jeff kaiser and michael vlatkovich
music composed by m.vlatkovich • ©2012, julius ivory music

1. our costumes should tell us who we are and what we think – 6:09
2. pursued by more past than future – 6:34
3. black triangles yellow corn and pink medicine drops – 7:43
4. with whom each dance – 4:51
5. once in a blue moon a decent wolf comes along/hostages of romance (medley) – 7:17
6. the imponderable hiding in extra large clothing – 12:18
7. pershing woman – 5:40
8. neighborhood beasts let down their hair – 7:20
9. i let my magic tortoise go – 5:17

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PFMCD071

Michael Vlatkovich Ensemblio: An Autobiography of a Pronoun (PFMCD067)

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Michael Vlatkovich, compositions and arrangements

Harry Scorzo: violin
Jonathan Golove: cello
Anders Swanson: contrabass
Brian Walsh: clarinet
Jeff Kaiser: trumpet
Michael Vlatkovich: trombone/percussion
William Roper: tuba/euphonium/cimbasso
Tom McNalley: guitar
Wayne Peet: keyboard
Ellington Peet: cymbal
Mark Burdon: percussion

Recorded, edited, mixed and mastered by Wayne Peet at Killzone Studio
Cover art by Michael Vlatkovich; Photo by Tom Woodbury
Graphic design by William Roper
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PFMCD067