|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Out To Lunch||5||Audio||2005-12-00||Doubtmusic|
|3||Live Vol. 1 Series Circuit||10||Audio||2007-07-15||Doubtmusic|
|4||Live Vol. 2 Parallel Circuit||9||Audio||2007-08-19||Doubtmusic|
Since 2005, [b]Otomo Yoshihide's New Jazz Orchestra[/b] is one of Otomo's main projects, in which he explores the field of jazz, live improv, post-onkyo, electroacoustic music. The Orchestra acts as a successor for both New Jazz Quintet (ONJQ) and New Jazz Ensemble (ONJE), and has an ever-changing line-up of approximately 10-12 musicians.
In 2005 New Jazz Orchestra released two albums: [i]ONJO[/i] with vocals by [a=Kahimi Karie] and [a=Mariko Hamada], and [i]Out To Lunch[/i], covering [a=Eric Dolphy]'s eponymous album [m=64167] in its entirety.
ONJO gave many live performances in 2006-2007 in Japan, Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy. Some of those concerts are documented on two sequential double-albums [i]Live Vol. 1 Series Circuit[/i] and [i]Live Vol. 2 Parallel Circuit[/i] – particularly shows in Berlin, Tokyo and Nagoya, where Orchestra played in very extended line-up of 30+ artists.