Max Albums
(click on the cover images for more information)

 

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CDs

 

Max Ai

"Ai... love you!" - 2011

Special 3D Lenticular Cover Edition.

Available on cdandlp.com and CDBaby.

 

Max Valley

"Max Valley" - 2014

5x5" Cardboard Edition.

Available on CDBaby.

 

Max

"2 cuts from each album" - 2017

Compilation from Max’s previous albums.
5x5" Cardboard Edition.
Contains a bonus track.

Available on Discogs.com.

 

Max Tani

"Techno Tap Dancing no.2 – CD Single" - 2017

5x5" Cardboard Edition.

Available on Discogs.com.

 

Vinyl

 

Max Ai

"2 Remixes + Bonus Track" - 2012

Special 1-sided colored edition of 2 remixes from Max Ai's album plus a previously unreleased bonus track.

Available on cdandlp.com.

 

Max Tani

"Techno Tap Dancing no.2 (Single version)" - 2016

Limited edition lathe cut picture disc.

Available at Discogs.

 

Contributions

 

Philish et ses Pantoufles

"Grilled Cheese" - 2003

Max's ex-band as a drummer.

Available on cdandlp.com and Amazon.

 

Orchestrades Universelles 2001

Live concert from Brive-La-Gaillarde, France.

With the West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra and other Youth Orchestras from around the world.

Max plays percussions and drums.

Orchestrades' website.

West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra

"Voix du Nord" - 2002

Max plays the timpani.

Available through the WIYSO website.

West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra

"20 years" - 2006

Live concert for the WIYSO's 20th anniversary.

Max plays the timpani on Holst's "The Planets" and Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance".

Available through the WIYSO website.

West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra

"Gala 25" - 2011

Selected live performances from concerts recorded throughout the orchestra's 25th year.

Max plays the triangle on Borodine's "Danses Polovtsiennes" (from the 25th anniversary concert).

Available through the WIYSO website.

 


Orchestrades Universelles 2001 - DVD

Live concert from Brive-La-Gaillarde, France.

With the West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra and other Youth Orchestras from around the world.

Max plays percussions and drums.

Watch a sample of the video here.

Please contact us for a copy.


West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra

AOJQ Festival 2003 DVD

The West Island and Mississauga Youth Symphony Orchestras are combined for this AOJQ Festival concert under the direction of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, invited conductor for the occasion.

Max plays the timpani.

Watch a sample of the video here.

Please contact us for a copy.