Debris
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Boston's Debris were a punk-jazz outfit featuring alto saxophonists Steve Norton and Andrew d'Angelo, baritone saxophonist Andrew d'Angelo, bass clarinetist Steve Norton (a founding member), cornet player Keith Hedger, "hosaphonist" Arthor Weinstein (a founding member), guitarist Arthor Weinstein (also the main composer), bassist Bob Ross, cellist Matt Turner, drummer Curt Newton (who joined in 1989), and playing wildly improvised and often humorous music in the vein of Frank Zappa and Henry Cow. Terre Haute (Rastascan, 1993) included several lengthy and chaotic jams: the 12-minute Left of Never, the ten-minute Bark at the Dark Fog, the eight-minute Debris Rouge, the nine-minute A Private Bell for Inexplicable Needs, the ten-minute I Can't Go on I'll Go On.

Jump Or Die (1992), a collaboration with San Francisco's Splatter Trio, was a tribute to Anthony Braxton compositions.

They also released Rapture in the Church of Disreputable Daydreams (Music & Arts, 1996) and Errata (Eighth Day Music, 1997).

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