Selfhaters (album)

Live album by Anthony Coleman
Released 1996
Recorded December 29, 1993, July 29 and October 19, 1994, October 28, 1995, January 25 and March 17, 1996
Kampo Recording Sudio, Knitting Factory, Roulette, Alterknit and Baby Monster, NYC
Genre Jazz
Length 53:48
Label Tzadik TZ 7110
Producer Anthony Coleman
Anthony Coleman chronology
Sephardic Tinge
I Could've Been a Drum

Selfhaters is an album by keyboardist Anthony Coleman which was released on the Tzadik label in 1996.[1]


Professional ratings
Review scores

In her review for Allmusic, Joslyn Layne notes that "Generally sounding more like a drunken choir, this instrumental group gets almost bluesy in a klezmer/avant-jazz kind of way. Coleman fans will dig it, as he has some fine organ moments throughout. The selections are, overall, more scattered, like threads tied at one end to a musical idea that are dispersed and floating in all directions, swirling around Coleman's playing".[2]

Track listing

All compositions by Anthony Coleman except as indicated

  1. "Hidden Language" (Anthony Coleman, The Selfhaters) - 3:37
  2. "Bim" - 4:29
  3. "Eurotrash Ballade" (The Selfhaters) - 5:34
  4. "You Don't Know What Love Is" (Gene de Paul, Don Raye) - 5:02
  5. "The Dream Factory" - 11:01
  6. "The Mooche" (Duke Ellington, Irving Mills) - 4:34
  7. "Bom" (The Selfhaters) - 6:30
  8. "Goodbye and Good Luck" - 13:01



  1. Tzadik catalogue accessed January 15, 2014
  2. 1 2 Layne, Joslyn. Anthony Coleman – Selfhaters > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved January 15, 2014.
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