RECORDS, FILMS, VIDEOS, CD-ROM's, SCORES, AND SONGS

RECORDS
Except where noted, all records were produced by Warner Brothers
1995 The Ugly One with the Jewels. Live recording made at Sadler Wells, London
1994 Bright Red. Coproduced with Brian Eno; featuring Phil Ballou, Cyro Baptista, Joey Baron, Adrian Belew, Arto Lindsay, Lou Reed, and music director and bass player Greg Cohen
1989 Strange Angels. Coproduced with Roma Baran; additional production by Arto Lindsay, Leon Pendarvis, Ian Ritchie, Peter Scherer, and Mike Thorne
1986 Home of the Brave. Music from the film; coproduced with Roma Baran
1985 United States Live. A five-record set documenting the performance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music
1984 Mister Heartbreak. Coproduced with Roma Baran, Bill Laswell, and Nile Rodgers
1982 Big Science. Coproduced with Roma Baran "Let X=X." Flexidisk packaged with Feb. issue of Artforum
1981 "O Superman." 7" EP; coproduced with Roma Baran; originally released on 110 Records
1980 Word of Mouth. Six-record set featuring conversations with artists; produced by Crown Point Press
1979 Songs from Americans: The Nova Convention. Giorno Poetry Systems Records, New York
1978 "Three Experiences", on Big Ego, the Dial-A-Poem Poets. Giorno Poetry Systems Records, New York
1977 "New York Social Life" and "Time to Go", on New Music of Electronic and Recorded Media. 1750 Arch Street Records, Berkeley, Calif.

FILMS, VIDEOS, AND CD-ROMS
1997 Perfect Day. Video, 4 min.; Laurie Anderson and various artists covering well-known Lou Reed song in a special promotional video for BBC television
1995 Puppet Motel. CD-ROM; Laurie Anderson with Hsin- Chien Huang; produced by Elizabeth Scarborough; Philippe Stessel, associate producer; distributed by LTI Voyager
1992 Carmen. Music video, 15 min.; a day in the life of a contemporary Carmen; commissioned for Expo '92; directed by Laurie Anderson
1991 The Collected Videos. A collection of video and film work from 1980 to 1990; Warner-Reprise Home Video
1990 Personal Service Announcements. A series of six pieces that were produced instead of making a standard music video; topics included the national debt, the national anthem, and military research Beautiful Red Dress. Music video, 3 min. 14 sec.; directed by Kristi Zea; shot at CBGB's, New York; Warner Brothers
1989 Talk Normal. Video, 60 min.; an illustrated lecture in English with Japanese subtitles; Pioneer LDC
1987 Artist Introductions. Videos; introductions to artists' videotapes on "Alive from Off Center"; PBS
1986 What You Mean We? Video, 30 min.; features the first appearance of the digital clone and the song "Progress"; commissioned by KTCA and WGBH for "Alive from Off Center"
1986 Language Is a Virus. Music video, 7 min. 52 sec.; Warner Brothers

Home of the Brave. 35-mm feature-length concert film; directed by Laurie Anderson; produced by Paula Mazur; performers include Joy Askew, Adrian Belew, William Burroughs, three of the Five Blind Boys from Alabama, Dolette McDonald, Janice Pendarvis, David Van Tieghem, and Sang Won Park; featured in "Director's Fortnight" at the Cannes Film Festival and Rio Film Festival, 1987

1984 This Is the Picture. Music video for Good Morning Mr. Orwell, a "satellite spectacular" linking Paris and New York, with live and taped segments, celebrating Orwell's novel 1984; organized by Nam June Paik in collaboration with Peter Gabriel Sharkey's Day. Animated music video; directed by Laurie Anderson; Warner Brothers
1981 O Superman. Music video, 10 min. 57 sec.; directed by Laurie Anderson; Warner Brothers
1974 DEARREADER. 8-mm black-and-white film, 45 min.; a collection of stories and songs codirected with Bob George; starring Geraldine Pontius

SCORES AND SONGS
1995 "1983 A Merman I Would Be." Cover of Jimi Hendrix song on soundtrack of D. A. Pennebaker film Searching for Jimi Hendrix; produced by tomandandy
1994 Bridge of Dreams. Score for the choreographic work by Molissa Fenley; commissioned by Deutsche Oper Berlin
1993 "Tightrope" and "Speak My Language" appear on the soundtrack of the film Faraway So Close, directed by Wim Wenders
1991 Monster in a Box. Score for the film written by Spalding Gray, directed by Nick Broomfield
1988 "Angel Fragments" composed and performed for the film Wings of Desire, directed by Wim Wenders
1986 Swimming to Cambodia. Score for the film written by Spalding Gray, directed by Jonathan Demme Bird Catcher in Hell. Score for the performance by Robert Wilson, part of Alcestis, premiered at American Repertory theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts
1985 Something Wild. Underscoring for the film directed by Jonathan Demme
1983 Set and Reset. Score for the choreographic work by Trisha Brown
1982 The Keep. Score for the film directed by Michael Mann

"It's Cold Outside." Piece for orchestra and electronics performed by the Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Cologne, Germany, conducted by Dennis Russell Davies

1981 "It's Cold Outside." Poem for orchestra and electronics performed by American Composers Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, New York, conducted by Dennis Russell Davies
1978 "Like a Stream." Piece for orchestra and talking chorus performed by local musicians in Washington, D.C., New York, and Minneapolis

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