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1Litany VI6:16
2Litany V4:27
3Litany III10:33
4Litany I7:52
5Litany IV8:10
6Litany II7:01


  • Alto Saxophone, Producer, Composed By, Arranged By, ConductorJohn Zorn
  • BassTrevor Dunn
  • ChorusAbby Fischer, Kirsten Sollek, Martha Cluver
  • DrumsJoey Baron
  • ElectronicsIkue Mori
  • EngineerBob Musso
  • Engineer [Assistant]James Dellatacoma
  • Mastered ByScott Hull
  • OrganJamie Saft
  • PaintingAlma Tadema
  • Photography ByScott Irvine
  • Producer [Associate]Kazunori Sugiyama
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByBill Laswell
  • VoiceMike Patton


A project of Hips Road
© ℗ 2007 Tzadik, New York, NY

Issued in a die-cut cardboard gatefold sleeve.
CD is kept in a round bottom plastic sleeve inside inner cardboard sleeve.

Credits are printed on a separate piece of card.


  • Barcode (Text): 7 02397-7361-2 7
  • Barcode (String): 702397736127
  • Matrix / Runout: TZACD7361 1R 12 IFPI L241
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L241
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4121


  • Record Company – Hip's Road
  • Copyright (c) – Tzadik
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tzadik



Six Litanies for Heliogabalus is an album by John Zorn. It is the third album to feature the Moonchild Trio of Mike Patton, Joey Baron and Trevor Dunn, following Moonchild: Songs Without Words 2005 and Astronome 2006 and the first to feature additional performers. The promotional notes that accompany the US CD Release indicate that the concept for the recording was inspired by the Roman Emperor Heliogabalus. Litany I 7:53. Litany II 7:06. Litany III 10:36. Litany IV 8:13. John Zorn alto sax, composer, conductor Joey Baron drums Trevor Dunn bass Ikue Mori electronics Mike Patton voice Jamie Saft organ Martha Cluver voice Abby Fischer voice Kirsten Sollek voice. Songs in album John Zorn - Six Litanies for Heliogabalus 2007. John Zorn - Litany I. John Zorn - Litany II. John Zorn - Litany III. John Zorn - Litany IV. John Zorn - Litany V. John Zorn - Litany VI. Total votes: 9. Other albums by John Zorn. John Zorn. John Zorn Midsummer Moons. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album Six Litanies For Heliogabalus, including Litany I, Litany II, Litany IV, and many more. Buy the album for . Songs start at jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Six Litanies For Heliogabalus, 2007. Litany I, 07:51. Litany II, 07:04. Now playing . Six Litanies for Heliogabalus. Jazz Rock. Band Name John Zorn. Album Name Six Litanies for Heliogabalus. Type Album. Released date 27 March 2007. Labels Tzadik. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album3. Litany I. Listen free to John Zorn Six Litanies For Heliogabalus Litany I, Litany II and more. 6 tracks 44:27. John Zorn Format: Audio CD. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Terms and Conditions. It also set expectations for Six Litanies for Heliogalabus, the third record in this series, but this one is entirely different. Augmenting the Moonchild trio with the composer on alto sax, Jamie Saft on organ, Ikue Mori on laptop electronics, and a trio of female vocalists Martha Cluver, Abby Fischer and Kirsten Sollek serving as a chorus, Six Litanies. is significantly more than its predecessors, in many ways, it's the culmination of Zorn's work barring Masada over the past few. Six Litanies For Heliogabalus is ranked 101,374th in the overall chart, 22,798th in the 2000s, and 2,385th in the year 2007. This album is rated in the top 21 of all albums on . Six Litanies For Heliogabalus by John Zorn Year: 2007 Release date: 2007-03-27 Overall rank: 101,374th. Average Rating: 75100 from 1 vote

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John Zorn
Six Litanies For Heliogabalus
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Mar 2007
Grindcore, Avantgarde, Heavy Metal
Catalog №:
TZ 7361
Naked City is alive !
Zorn returns here with a great taste of his freaky deconstructed heavy metal. Six highly constructed pieces that are not offering something really new, but take on and challenge his best works in this field ( "Grand Guignol" etc...), with the persistant drummer Joey Baron alongside the vocal mastery of Mike Patton suiting perfectly in the tracks led by Boredoms vocalist Yamatsuka Eye. In fact, Patton is Eye and reverse, this is just Zorn ability to let come out some of the most inhuman shrouds & screams you never thought able to produce.
Forget Fantômas, Patton can do what he wants but we allways come back to the roots, John Zorn is the undisputed master in the art of mixing metal with 50's bop lines and Bernard Herman vs Giacinto Scelsi weird classical madness.

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