Coming December 1, 2019


Robert Ashley
Automatic Writing

LP reissue

Released October 1, 2019


Robert Ashley
Improvement (Don Leaves Linda)

2 CDs

Released January, 2019


David Behrman
On the Other Ocean

LP reissue

Released January 2019


Robert Ashley
Private Parts

LP reissue

Released January, 2016



Robert Ashley

2 CDs

Released June 1, 2010

Atalanta Vol. II


Robert Ashley
Atalanta (Acts of God) Vol. II

2 CDs: "The Etchings", "Empire," and "Au Pair"

Released February 9, 2010

Solo Performer/Sferics


Alvin Lucier's
Sferics & Music for Solo Performer


Released October 23, 2008

Star Jaws


Peter Gordon's
Star Jaws


Released October 15, 2008

Just for the Record


"Blue" Gene Tyranny's
The Intermediary


Released October 15, 2008

Just for the Record


"Blue" Gene Tyranny's
Just for the Record


Released May 27, 2008


Robert Ashley's



May 1, 2008

Music with Roots


Robert Ashley's
Music with Roots in the Aether


March 1, 2008

Sound Map of Danube

Annea Lockwood's
A Sound Map of the Danube


Released Fall, 2007

Now Eleanor's Idea

Robert Ashley's
Now Eleanor's Idea


Released May 15, 2007

Jetsun Mila

Eliane Radigue's
Jetsun Mila

A two-cd set continuation of the Milarepa saga, now on CD for the first time.

Released April 15, 2006

Foreign Experiences

Robert Ashley's
Foreign Experiences

The second opera in the "American Consciousness" quartet.

Released on November 16, 2005

Perfect Lives

Robert Ashley's groundbreaking opera for televsion. Digitally remastered and released, finally, on DVD.


Released on September 1, 2005

Celestial Excursions

Robert Ashley's opera, Celestial Excursions. Two disc package includes libretto in separate booklet.

Released February 2, 2004


Jacqueline Humbert's solo CD, Chanteuse, of songs by Robert Ashley, Sam Ashley, Katrina Krimsky, Joan La Barbara, Alvin Lucier, Gustavo Matamoros, George Manupelli, Larry Polansky, David Rosenboom and James Tenney.

Released in March 2003

Voice Is...

Joan La Barbara's first vocal compositions, many originally released on LPs in the 1970s and early 1980s on her own record label, Wizard Records. The Lovely release uses the title of her first LP, Voice is the Original Instrument.

The double CD release also includes never-before released works, Les Oiseaux qui chantent dans ma tete and Des Accords pour Teeny.

Released in March 2003

 Take Your Time

"Blue" Gene Tyranny A CD of works for solo piano entitled, Take Your Time.



Released in March 2003

 Still and Moving Lines

Alvin Lucier, Still and Moving Lines of Silence in Families of Hyperbolas, CD 1015.


Released in September 2002

 In Sara, Mencken

Robert Ashley, In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Woman, CD 4921.

With Paul DeMarinis. Text by John Barton Wolgamot.

Released in August 2002

 Downtown Only

DownTown Ensemble, DownTown Only, CD 3081.

Works by Daniel Goode, William Hellermann, Mary Jane Leach and Peter Zummo

Released in May 2002

 The Use

Chris Mann, the use, CD 3091.

Released in May 2001

 Still Lives

Alvin Lucier, Still Lives, CD 5012.

Featuring performances by Marilyn Nonken (piano), Joseph Kubera (piano) and Ryuko Mizutani (koto)

April 2001

 His Tone of Voice

Thomas Buckner, His Tone of Voice, CD 3024.

Works by Jacques Bekaert, Mel Graves and "Blue" Gene Tyranny

2000 Releases. . . .

An Hour for Piano

Tom Johnson, An Hour for Piano, CD 1081.

Played by Frederic Rzewski

Studio Retrospect

Gordon Mumma, Studio Retrospect, CD 1093.

Retrospect (1959-1982) (10:21)
Music from the Venezia Space Theatre (1964) (11:55)
The Dresden Interleaf 13 February 1945 (1965) (12:14)
Echo-D (1978) (14:46)
Pontpoint (1966-1980) (15:43)
Epifont (1984) (4:30)


Robert Ashley's opera, Dust. CD 1006.

Two discs, libretto booklet in slipcase.


1999 Releases . . . .


Alvin Lucier, Theme. Three new works, Music for Piano with Magnetic Strings, played by Lois Svard; Music for Gamelan Instruments, Microphones and Amplifiers, featuring the Wesleyan Gamelan Ensemble; and Theme (to a text by John Ashbery), featuring Sam Ashley, Thomas Buckner, Jackie Humbert & Joan La Barbara, voices.

 Your Money My Life

Robert Ashley's Your Money My Life Good-bye, a radio opera, commissioned by Bayerisher Rundfunk Munich, about an infamous international swindler. CD 1005

 Breaking the Surface

Two of Annea Lockwood's dramatic, electroacoustic works. The 1982 work, Delta Run, based in a taped interview with a dying man and Duende, 1998, written for and performed by Thomas Buckner. The works are each about 25 minutes long. They are for voice, pre-recorded or live, and taped sounds, "natural" or electronically generated, and they both deal with the issue of spiritual wholeness. Album title: Breaking the Surface, CD 2082.

1998-1999 Releases

 Other Places

 Lois Svard's second solo CD, Other Places is an exploration of Svard's interest in new concepts and ideas in music, this disc features works written for her by composers Elodie Lauten, Jerry Hunt and Kyle Gann. Released in January 1998.


 Leroy Jenkins' new release, simply entitled, Solo, is a live recording of a magical violin/viola performance at the Contemporary Arts Center in Santa Fe. The entire concert is contained on the disc. The CD will include 7 of Leroy's works, with the addition of Dizzy Gillespie's "Wouldn't You" and John Coltrane's "Giant Steps." May 1998.

 Inner Journey

 The works on baritone Tom Buckner's third solo CD, entitled Inner Journey all deal thematically with a quest for acceptance and self-knowledge. Works by William Duckworth, Tom Buckner, Jacques Bekaert, David Wessel and Somei Satoh. Delivered in June 1998.

 Songs of Milarepa

 Lovely has reissued Eliane Radigue's first LP, Songs of Milarepa on compact disc. Two never before published songs have been added to the original pair, and with the addition of the 60-minute, Mila's Journey Inspired by A Dream, Radigue's five-song cycle is complete in this double CD package. Released in February 1998.

 Music of Changes

 John Cage's monumental piano work, Music of Changes was delivered in May 1998. Musicologist John Holzaepfel says in his notes that this work "heralded a new concept of musical time, placing the performer in a new relation to the score, one in which orientation is to the occurrence of events rather than to the relations between them." Joseph Kubera is among the few pianists to have assayed the obstacles posed by its innovations since David Tudor ceased playing the piece in the late 1950s. This recording is the first since Herbert Henck's, on Wergo, from the early 1980s -- and it pairs an extraordinary performance with digital recording quality!