Radical Jewish Culture
Nathanson & Coleman :  I Could've Been A Drum
Cat. # 7113
Released 1997
cd time - 40:30
US Price $16.00
The third album by two masters of the maladjusted, following two releases on Knitting Factory Works. Saxophonist Roy Nathanson is best known as leader of the Jazz Passengers. Pianist Anthony Coleman is well known for his work with John Zorn and Marc Ribot, and has recorded two Tzadik albums as a leader.

I Could've Been A Drum is a delightful album of traditional Sephardic tunes, beautiful ballads and crazy original numbers showing off the remarkable chemistry between two highly-engaging jazz personalities.
Anthony Coleman: Piano, Organ, Sampler
Brad Jones: Bass
Roy Nathanson: Saxophones, Recorder
Marc Ribot: Guitar