Zipa Buka! (Watch Out, Noise)

by Jessica Lurie Ensemble

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released March 1, 2002

Jessica Lurie
!ZIPA BUKA!

Jessica Lurie - alto & tenor sax, voice
Sue Orfeild - tenor sax
Eyvind Kang - viola
Jason Seed - guitar
Leif Totusek - guitar
Keith Lowe - acoustic bass
Scott Amendola - drums
Elizabeth Pupo-Walker - percussion


1. Pudding
2. For a Thousand Kisses
3. Dreamsville (Lurie,trad. Bulgarian)
4. Shut Yer Pie Hole
5. J'ai Faim, Moi
6. The Feathers of Devils
7. ZIPA
8. Sleepwalker's Travel Guide



Produced by Jessica Lurie and Arne Livingston
c. & p. zipa!music, BMI, 2002

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Jessica Lurie Ensemble Brooklyn, New York

Boundary defying, Lurie brings her own sound to diverse types of music, mixing jazz, folk, funk, avant-garde, Klezmer & Latin, a coherent, compelling and expansive sound linked by an adventurous attitude. She performs on sax, flute & voice, "...reminiscent of klezmer-jazz and Balkan-jazz hybrids by artists like Steve Bernstein (and) Tim Berne." New CD Megaphone Heart our April 2012 ... more

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Track Name: For A Thousand Kisses
For He who lives more lives than one
More deaths than one must die
Like the cat who knows a thousand tricks to
Catch the fish that fries
The watch maker is counting ticks
An aged man is stacking bricks
For poets, bears, and lunatics
Who watch their love pass by...
And when I get from you a thousand kisses
it's one less death I'll die.

For He who dies more death than one
more lives lust live than I
Love Is the heart of everything
He said we can't deny
The breath of tram on window pane
A thunder bolt claps out in vain
And i think that my lover's out in the rain
And singing as he flies...
"That when I get from you a thousand kisses
it's one less death I'll die.

(Lyrics by Jessica Lurie. Dedicated to Vladimir Mayakovsky, and the Slipa Konfidenca Boyz)