"basic drum track recorded at Electric Ladyland, NYC, September 1972 with overdubs from Paramount Studios, Hollywood, c. 1973-74. This piece began as a recorded jam session at Electric Lady Studios in New York City. The only thing that remains from the original recording is the drums. Everything else was layered on in over-dubs at subsequent sessions in Los Angeles. This selection was an out-take from the Apostrophe (') album. Another example of fretless guitar soloing can be heard on the song "San Ber'dino" on the One Size Fits All album. Unfortunately, the fretless guitar was stolen several years ago."
There's no listing of this song ever being played live anywhere...
Great tune.
SOFA
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 18, 2005 5:35 PM
Subject: [Zappa-List] Down In De Dew???



I have the song Down In De Dew on two items - the Lather CD and the
Guitar World cassette tape.

This is an amazing and overlooked Zappa recording. Such odd playing
and writing...and Jim Gordon's great drumming.

One thing I can't figure out is in the Guitar World liner notes it
says it was done in 1975 - but also says it was an outtake from
Apostrophe, which came out before 1975. ???

My other question is can anyone tell me of any other source that
this song was ever released on - or ever performed live by FZ,
Keneally or anyone?

It's a true gem that I've only now began to listen to and
appreciate.





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