Please count me in .
Darko.


--- In Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com, "forbin_99" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Hello again folks. I'm glad to see that I.B.C. Vol. 1 & 2 are 
still 
> making the rounds. Sorry it's taken me so long to get 3 & 4 
together 
> but HERE IT IS!!! Thanks again to all of the fine folks at the 
> Zappateers for all of their posts which is where all of these came 
> from and to Zappa-List which has provided me with quite a bit of 
> fine Frank tunes. Continuing on in this series is Vol. 3 & 4 whith 
> shows and demos spanning FZ's carreer. Enough of my blathering 
> though, here's what's on what.
> 
> Volume 3:
> 
> 1990-00-00 The Valdez Score, broadcasted NOS Supplement FM 1991-??-
??
> 
> 14:36 min, FM A+
> 
> This is a rebroadcast from the piece that saw it's world premiere 
at 
> NOS Supplement 1990-12-21. There was no permission to broadcast 
the 
> piece in it's entire length so a few minutes are still missing.
> 
> 
> Tracklist:
> 
> 01 The Valdez Score
> 
> Lineage:
> FM>AIWA?? tape deck>TDK SA-90 cassette>TEAC W790R tape 
deck>Terratec 
> DMX6 Fire soundcard>Adobe Audition 1.5>WAV>Waves L3 Ultramaximizer 
> 16 bits mastering>Flac Frontend encoding level 5>FLAC
> 
> show recorded by: unknown
> tape transferred: WIU2B
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
--
> --
> 
> 1981 August - UMRK rehearsals
> 
> 
> According to JN
> ??-Aug? 1981, UMRK, Los Angeles, CA 
> 23 min, B+/B 
> Filthy Habits, Five-Five-Five, Canarsie, Heavy Duty Judy, Soup 'n 
> Old Clothes, Watermelon In Easter Hay, King Kong 
> 
> 
> Ripped from traded audio cdr.
> Indexing only (with shntool) by av (it was a unique file)
> 
> Thanks to C for the tape.
> 
>   
>      1:19.68 810800 Umrk - 01 Filthy Habits.flac
>      6:22.66 810800 Umrk - 02 Five-Five-Five.flac
>      1:37.72 810800 Umrk - 03 Canarsie.flac
>      7:53.72 810800 Umrk - 04 Heavy Duty Judy.flac
>      3:18.65 810800 Umrk - 05 Soup'n'Old Clothes.flac
>      2:04.36 810800 Umrk - 06 snippets.flac
>    
>     22:38.04    (totals for 6 files, 0.5265 overall compression 
> ratio)
> 
> 
> Brought to you by amnesivivace
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> 31-Oct 1981, Palladium, NYC 
> Early show:  SBD, A-
>  
> You Are What You Is, 
> Mudd Club, 
> The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing, 
> Dumb All Over/Heavenly Bank Account/Suicide Chump (YCDTOSA 1), 
> Jumbo Go Away, 
> Envelopes, 
> Drowning Witch, 
> What's New In Baltimore?, 
> Moggio, 
> We're Turning Again, 
> Alien Orifice, 
> Teenage Prostitute, 
> Flakes, 
> Broken Hearts Are For Assholes, 
> The Blue Light, 
> Tinseltown Rebellion, 
> Yo Mama, 
> Bobby Brown, 
> City Of Tiny Lights, 
> Strictly Genteel, ] 
> Dancin' Fool, 
> Whippin' Post 
> 
> Source: 129 min 19 sec, SBD
> Lineage:  wav  > SF7 > flac frontend (lvl 7, ) & CDR
> Taped by: N/A
> Transfered by: MrUMRK
> Edited by: MrUMRK
> File Size: 795MB GB (FLAC)
> 
> 
> Frank Zappa's Band:
> Ed Mann - percussion
> Tommy Mars - keyboards
> Robert Martin (Bobby) - keyboards, tenor saxophone, vocals
> Scott  Thunes - bass, vocals
> Steve Vai - guitar
> Chad Wackerman - drums
> Ray White - guitar, vocals
> Frank Zappa - guitar, vocals
> Note: Lisa Popeil was part of the band at the August rehearsals
> 
> 
> Notes:
> 
> abbreviations:
> tf = tapeflip
> [ = cut at the end
> ] = cut at the beginning
> ~ = fading in/out or connects two or more tracks played like one 
> (medley)
> -IC = incomplete
> & = added from dif source, complete or partly
> °°° = walk's notes
> 
> 
> Converted three files from wav to flac with Sound forge 7 NO EQ 
done
> 
> 
> Part 1..43m
> Highest peak -0.48dB.....adjust to -0.1dB
> SA of 1st minute..19.9dB drop over 1kHz~10kHz range......no 
> adjustment
> 
> Part 2..40m40s
> Highest peak -0.78dB.....adjust to -0.1dB
> SA of 1st minute..18.1dB drop over 1kHz~10kHz range......no 
> adjustment
> 
> Part 3..42m10s
> Highest peak -1.10dB.....adjust to -0.1dB
> SA of 1st minute..19.9dB drop over 1kHz~10kHz range......no 
> adjustment
> 
> Thanks to LudzNL for the wav files.
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> Frank Zappa - 08-16-1984 - Wantagh, NY - Jones Beach - AUD - Master
> 
> 1st show in the "Sit The Fuck Down!!!" series of master tapes 
> provided by Zappateers member MikInMontague
> 
> Transfered by jaypfunk
> 
> AUD> Unknown Handheld Walkman Type Recorder and Unknown Extrernal 
> Mic> Master TDK SA-90 tapes> Kenwood KX-W8020 Cassette Deck> 
> SoundMax Digital Audio PC Soundcard> Recorded To WAV And Edited 
With 
> Cool Edit Pro> WAV Files Split with CDWave> FLAC
> 
> Other then the tape change/flip editing this recording has not 
> been "Michael Jacksoned" in any way!
> No noise reduction or hiss removal!
> 
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
> ^^ DO NOT Rip this into MP3!!                  ^^  
> ^^ DO NOT SELL THIS SHOW!!                     ^^  
> ^^ IF I SEE IT ON as MP3 or on eBay...         ^^
> ^^ I WILL HUNT YOU DOWN AND PEE IN YOUR AFRO!! ^^ 
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> 
> SET LIST NOTE:
> The 2 opening songs, Zoot Allures followed most likely by 
Tinseltown 
> Rebellion, are
> missing from the begining of this source.
> 
> 
> 01 - More Trouble Every Day (cuts in)
> 02 - Penguin In Bondage (aka "Sit The Fuck Down!!!")
> 03 - Hot Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel
> 04 - Cocaine Decisions
> 05 - Nig Biz
> 06 - Outside Now
> 07 - You Are What You Is
> 08 - Mudd Club
> 09 - The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing
> 10 - Dumb All Over
> 11 - Sharleena (tape flip)
> 12 - Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?
> 13 - Carol You Fool
> 14 - Chana In De Bushwop
> 15 - Let's Move To Cleveland
> 16 - Dinah-Moe Humm
> 17 - Cosmik Debris
> 18 - Watermelon In Easter Hay ("Guitar" version)
> 19 - Whipping Post
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> 13 Nov 1980, Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, early show
> 
> Zappabase: 90 min, SBD, A-
> This copy: 88:18 min, SBD A-/B+ 
> 
> 
> 
> tracklist:
> 
> 01 - Chungas Revenge
> 02 - Tell Me You Love Me
> 03 - Cosmik Debris
> 04 - Keep It Greasey
> 05 - Tinseltown Rebellion
> 06 - Honey Dont You Want A Man Like Me
> 07 - Pick Me I'm Clean (cuts)
> 
> 08 - Dead Girls Of London
> 09 - Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously?
> 10 - City Of Tiny Lights
> 11 - I Aint Got No Heart
> 12 - The Torture Never Stops
> 13 - Broken Hearts Are For Assholes
> 14 - I Am So Cute
> 15 - Andy
> 16 - Joes Garage
> 17 - Dancin Fool
> 
> Lineage:
> AUD>unknown mics>cassette>(?)TDK SA90>TEAC W790R tape 
deck>Terratec 
> DMX6 Fire soundcard>Adobe Audition 1.5>WAV>Waves L3 Ultramaximizer 
> 16 bits mastering>Flac Frontend encoding level 5>FLAC
> 
> show recorded by: unknown
> tape transferred: WIU2B
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention
> 
> 'Ontario Slime'
> 
> Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
> 
> 18/11/1973
> 
> Soundboard
> 
> 1. Be-Bop Tango
> 2. T'Mershi Duween
> 3. I'm The Slime
> 4. Big Swifty
> 5. Pygmy Twylyte
> 6. The Idiot Bastard Son
> 7. Cheepnis
> 8. Montana
> 9. Dupree's Paradise
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
--
> --
> 
> Frank Zappa band rehearsal (Frank not present) 
(http://www.zappa.com)
> Los Angeles, CA
> Dec. 23, 1987
> 
> SOURCE: Analog cassette->Tascam 103->Tascam CDRW700 (CD-RW)->EAC-
> >CoolEdit Pro (normalization)->CDWave (tracking)->MKWact (SHNing)
> LINEAGE: Low generation (possibly 2nd or 3rd) cassette from 
> soundboard
> 
> FILESIZE:  594 MB (622,941,877 bytes)
> 
> PERFORMERS:
>   Ike Willis – lead vocals, guitar
>   Scott Thunes – bass
>   Chad Wackerman – drums
>   Bobby Martin – keyboards, lead vocals
>   Ed Mann – percussion, stunt vocals
>   Mike Keneally – stunt guitar, vocals, keyboards
>   Bruce Fowler – trombone
>   Walt Fowler – trumpet, flugelhorn, synthesizer
>   Albert Wing – tenor sax, flute
>   Paul Karman – alto sax, baritone sax, flute
>   Kurt McGettrick – baritone sax, bass sax, e-flat contra-bass 
> clarinet
> 
> SETLIST:
> 
> Disc 1:
> 1   Jezebel Boy
> 2   When The Lie's So Big
> 3   What's New In Baltimore?
> 4   Envelopes/Ship Arriving Too Late to Save a Drowning Witch
> 5   I Ain't Got No Heart
> 6   Heavy Duty Judy
> 7   Filthy Habits
> 8   Pound For A Brown (On the Bus)
> 9   Disco Boy
> 10  Big Swifty
> 11  Who Needs the Peace Corps/I Left My Heart in San Francisco
> 12  Let's Move To Cleveland
> 13  Dancin' Fool
> 14  RDNZL
> 15  Strictly Genteel
> 
> 
> Disc 2:
> 1   Andy
> 2   Inca Roads
> 3   Hot Plate Heaven at the Green Hotel
> 4   Stick Together
> 5   My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama
> 6   Willie The Pimp
> 7   Montana
> 8   Easy Meat
> 9   Peaches En Regalia
> 10  Sofa
> 11  Black Napkins
> 12  The Black Page
> 
> 
> NOTES:
> 
> Please purchase Zappa releases at http://www.zappa.com
> Thanks to Doggus for releasing the tape to the community.
> Thanks to da9ve for the mastering and authoring
> Originally seeded to Easytree by Beer Monkey on 9/24/2004
> 
> Register to vote!
> 
> This is not an official ZFT product
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> 27-Feb 1988, Royal Oak Theater, Detroit, MI
> Rehearsals: 75 min, Aud, B
> What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are? (incl. Time Is On My Side), 
> Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Uncle Remus, Strictly Genteel, 
Jesus 
> Thinks You're A Jerk, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Strawberry 
> Fields Forever, Paperback Writer, Taxman, Within You Without You
> 
>              *NOISE REDUCTION AND OTHER AUDIO ENHANCEMENTS !
>            If you like noise and distortion do not download !
>                     
>                         *WARNING/GUARANTEE
>  This Torrent contains audio which a truly free society would 
> neither fear nor suppress.In some socially retarded areas, audio 
> fanatics and ultra-conservative lossless organizations violate 
your 
> First Amendment Rights by attempting to badmouth noise reduction. 
We 
> feel that this is un-Constitutional and un-American.
>  As an alternative to these government-supported programs 
(designed 
> to keep you docile and ignorant), Ninja is pleased to provide 
> stimulating digital audio entertainment for those of you who have 
> outgrown the noise and distortion of poorly transferred and 
mastered 
> audience recordings.
>  The language and concepts contained herein are GUARANTEED NOT TO 
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>  This guarantee is as real as the threats of the Audio 
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attempt 
> to transform America into a nation of lossless noisey nincompoops 
> (in the name of Purity). If there is a hell, its hiss and noise 
> waits for them, not us.
> 
>  my transfers are done with soundblaster audigy2 sound card 24 bit 
> 96 khz 
> sony d-6 cassette and monster cables
> all mastering editing and sample conversion done with sony 
> soundforge and 
> waves direct x 24 bit plugins cds were burned using soundforge cd 
> architech
> *some of my older transfers were done with a gina 20 bit soundcard 
> and a magnavox digital cassette recorder with digital output 
> 
>  Starting Oct 1st all my torrents will include a noise file so you 
> can listen to what has been removed!
> 
>  EXCEPT THE HALLOWEEN 78 SHOWS WHICH HAVE ALREADY BEEN PREPARED !
> I WILL BE TORRENTING IT IN ONE BIG TORRENT 10-20-04 IF I DONT HAVE 
A 
> KINIPSHIN BEFORE THEN!
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> Vol. 4:
> 
> 31 Aug 1973, Palasport, Roma, Italia
> 
> Normalshow: 100 min, Aud, C- ,
> Normalshow: 84 min, Aud, B/B- ,
> Normalshow: 128.44 By UMRU (This recording)
> 
> Recorded "Live" by me with a portable Castelli cassette recorder 
> on 1 Agfa low noise C90 cassette and 1 C120 (Aaaaaarghhh!!!) Sanyo 
> cassette
> Reversed on HD from a JVC TD-W254 cassette deck
> Recorded and tracked with Cool Edit 96.
> No noise reduction , no EQ ,no OGM and natural flavors
> it's a raw reversing on HD.
> Tracks 01-10 belong from the first cassette and are of a better 
> quality
> than the others due to the quality of the tapes
> 
> 01 Tuning-Intro
> 02 Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue-Kung Fu
> 03 Penguin In Bondage
> 04 Exercise Four
> 05 RDNZL
> 06 Montana
> 07 Duprees Paradise (Tape change at 10:42:555)
> 08 Village Of The Sun
> 09 Echidnas Arf
> 10 Dont You Ever Wash That Thing
> 11 Cosmik Debris   (Not mentioned in Zappabase)(Missing beginning)
> 12 Arrivederci Roma
> 13 Brown Shoes Dont Make It
> 14 Son Of Mr Green Genes
> 15 King Kong
> 16 Chungas Revenge
> 
> 
> 
> 
> The MOI
> 
> George Duke - keyboards, vocals 
> Tom Fowler - bass
> Bruce Fowler - trombone
> Ralph Humphrey - drums
> Jean Luc Ponty - violin
> Ian Underwood - alto saxophone, synthesizer 
> Ruth Underwood - percussion
> Frank Zappa - guitar, vocals
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> From FZShows:
> 
> 31-Oct 1975, Felt Forum, NYC 
> Late show: 139 min, Aud, A-/B+ 
> Intro, Stinkfoot, Dirty Love, How Could I Be Such A Fool?, I Ain't 
> Got No Heart, I'm Not Satisfied, Black Napkins (w/ recitation 
> of "Packard Goose"), Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?, The 
> Illinois Enema Bandit, Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy, Lonely Little 
> Girl, Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance, What's The Ugliest 
Part 
> Of Your Body?, Chunga's Revenge (incl. Five-five-five riff), Zoot 
> Allures, Swallow My Pride, Any Downers? (incl. Tryin' To Grow A 
> Chin), Wind Up Working In A Gas Station, Camarillo Brillo, Muffin 
> Man, I'm The Slime, San Ber'dino 
> 
> Lineage: 1st gen audience tape->CDR->EAC->SoundForge (speed 
> correction, normalizing, editing, tracking)->FLAC Frontend
> 
> This is a great audience recording, that unfortunately has been 
> damaged somehow - I've upgraded this show 3 times, and all 
versions 
> have had these parts where the sound deteriorates. I also had some 
> problems with my CDRs, leaving small glitches at a few places in 
the 
> wav-files. I've fixed them, but there are a couple of minor skips 
> where these glitches were. Regardless of these problems, I think 
> it's hard to find a better version than this one. A great show it 
is 
> too. 
> 
> 01 Naval Aviation In Art
> 02 Blues intro
> 03 Stinkfoot
> 04 Dirty Love
> 05 Norma Bell Whips It Out
> 06 How Could I Be Such A Fool
> 07 Ain't Got No Heart
> 08 I'm Not Satisfied
> 09 Black Napkins
> 10 Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me
> 11 The Illinois Enema Bandit
> 12 Caroline Hardcore Ecstasy
> 13 Lonely Little Girl
> 14 Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance
> 15 What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body
> 16 Chunga's Revenge
> 17 Zoot Allures
> 18 Swallow My Pride
> 19 Any Downers
> 20 Tryin' To Grow A Chin
> 21 Wind Up Working In A Gas Station
> 22 Camarillo Brillo
> 23 Muffin Man
> 24 I'm The Slime
> 25 San Ber'dino
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> 28-Nov 1975, Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI 
> 112:16 min, Aud, B+
> 
> Lineage: Aud>MC>CDR/?>EAC>wav (CEP, retracked, minor edits)>flac 
> (Frontend with SBE correction) (727 MB)
> Taped by: n/a
> Transferred by: n/a (some N/R, 16kHz "red stripe")
> Ripped by: BengoFury (from a traded CDR)
> 
> Setlist:
> 
> Intro (cut @1:56.5)
> Stinkfoot
> Dirty Love
> How Could I Be Such A Fool?
> I Ain't Got No Heart
> I'm Not Satisfied
> Black Napkins
> Advance Romance (cut end)
> Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?
> Illinois Enema Bandit (cut @0:20.0 - not (yet) listed in FZShows)
> Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy
> Lonely Little Girl
> Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance
> What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?
> Chunga's Revenge (incl Five-Five-Five riff) (cut end)
> Zoot Allures
> Camarillo Brillo
> Muffin Man (not (yet) listed in FZShows)
> 
> 
> == The Mothers Of Invention Sep 1975 - Mar 1976 == 
> FZ, Roy Estrada, Terry Bozzio, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Andre Lewis, 
> Norma Bell (Oct 31 - mid Dec). 
> 
> Song properties for this tour: 
> * Intro = a blues jam.
> 
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> 9/10-Jun 1966
> "Boy Wonder Sessions" with Burt Ward
> T.T.G. Studios, LA
> 20 min, A+
> 
> Produced by Tom Wilson
> Arranged and conducted by Frank Zappa
> 
> Teenage Bill Of Rights
> The Comedian
> Boy Wonder I Love You
> Orange Colored Sky
> Teenage Bill Of Rights
> Tears Come From Loving You
> I Love
> The Comedian
> 
> Orange Colored Sky
> T.T.G. Studios, LA
> June 10, 1966
> 
> Burt Ward--vocals
> Dennis Budimir--guitar
> Elliot Ingber--guitar
> Lou Morell--guitar
> William Pitman--guitar
> Eugene DiNovi--piano
> Anthony Terran--trumpet
> John T. Johnson--tuba
> Plas Johnson--sax
> Jack Nimitz--b. clarinet, clarinet
> Frederick Dutton--contra bassoon, bassoon
> Benjamin Barrett--cello
> Kenneth Watson--tympani, traps, mallets
> John Guerin--drums
> 
> Boy Wonder, I Love You
> T.T.G. Studios, LA
> June 9, 1966
> 
> Burt Ward--vocals
> Dennis Budimir--guitar
> Elliot Ingber--guitar
> Eugene DiNovi--piano
> James Zito--French horn, trumpet
> George Callender--tuba
> Plas Johnson--sax
> Justin Gordon--b. clarinet, clarinet
> Benjamin Barrett--cello
> Roy Estrada--bass
> Jimmy Carl Black--drums
> 
> notes:
> 
> From Greg Russo: Burt Ward, the "Boy Wonder" Robin on the "Batman" 
> TV series, was signed to MGM Records in June 1966 after an 
> unproductive stint on the ABC-Paramount label. Tom Wilson produced 
> with Zappa arranging and conducting, and the break in the master 
> numbers indicates that other songs were recorded at these 
> sessions: "Teenage Bill Of Rights", "I Love" ["Autumn 
Love"?] , "The 
> Comedian" and "Tears Come From Loving You".  Of these, Ward only 
> vocalized on "Teenage Bill Of Rights", the other ones were meant 
to 
> have his vocals, but time ran out at the recording session. Those 
> recordings are backing tracks arranged and conducted by FZ, who's 
> heard on occasion on the session tape. The record was released on 
> November 14, 1966. 
> 
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> Frank Zappa/Grand Wazoo
> 
> The Oval Cricket Ground
> London
> 16 September 1972
> 
> 1. Soundcheck/tuning
> 2. Big Swifty
> The Adventures of Gregory Peccary:
> 3. Intro
> 4. 1st movement: Gregory wakes up & drives to work
> 5. 2nd movement: Gregory invents the calendar
> 6. 3rd movement: Gregory is attacked by the Hunchmen
> 7. 4th movement: The New Brown Clouds
> 8. Think It Over
> 9. Dogmeat
> 10. Penis Dimension/Variant Processional March/Regyptian Strut
> 
> Jay Migliori; flute, saxophone, clarinet 
> Mike Altschul; piccolo, bass clarinet 
> Ray Reed; saxophone, clarinet 
> Charles Owen; saxophone, clarinet 
> Joanne Caldwell McNab; bassoon 
> Earle Dumler; oboe 
> Jerry Kessler; cello 
> Malcolm McNab; trumpet 
> Sal Marquez; trumpet 
> Tom Malone; tuba 
> Bruce Fowler; trombone 
> Glenn Ferris; trombone 
> Ken Shroyer; trombone 
> Ian Underwood; synthesizer, elec piano
> Jim Gordon; drums 
> Dave Parlato, bass 
> Tony Duran; slide guitar 
> Tom Raney; percussion 
> Ruth Underwood; percussion 
> Frank Zappa; guitar, conductor
> 
> Audience recording:
> Master cassette>Sony TC-KE600s deck> Audiophile 
2496>Soundforge>FLAC
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> Mothers of Invention
> Olympia
> Paris, France 
> 10/26/1968
> 
> from Jon Naurin's RDNZL newsleter:
> 
> One of the greatest new finds in recent years. If you ask me, this 
> recording beats "Ahead Of 
> Their Time" in terms of sound quality, and a very fine show it is 
> too. The only negative thing I 
> can say about it is that it's rather short - it cuts just as they 
> take a short intermission. The 10 min 
> FM segment of this show (probably the end of the concert ) we had 
> before is not part of this 
> recording.
> 
> 26-Oct 1968, Olympia, Paris, France
> 50 min, SBD, A+
> 
> Improvisations
> King Kong
> Plastic People
> Hungry Freaks Daddy
> Son Of Mr Green Genes (q: Rite Of Spring)
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> Resolver + Brutality
> 
> This is an audio cassette containing 58 minutes of synclavier 
music. 
> 
>    1.Resolver ED.                       19:57
>    2.Big Sequence                       15:54
>    3.Brutality                           4:22
>    4.Bondage                             3:31   
>    5.Oral Sex At Gunpoint                5:18
>    6.Bondage (Maniac Mix)                4:11
>    7.Oral Sex At Gunpoint (Maniac Mix)   1:49
>    8.Brutality (Maniac Mix)              2:34
> 
> This cassette is from about the same era as Zappa Meets The 
Mothers 
> Of Prevention (1985). From this album the track H.R. 2911 is the 
> closest to the music presented on Resolver + Brutality. We believe 
> the cassette can be dated to 1986.
> 
> The tracks can be grouped into Resolver (1,2) and Brutality (3-8). 
> First two tracks are pure instrumental opuses. Next tracks 
includes 
> also voice samples. The Brutality group of tracks is directly 
> related to the 1985 Senate PMRC hearings.
> 
> The cassette is TDK SA-X 90 (the label is from SA 60). Tracks 1.-
4. 
> are on side A, tracks 5.-8. on side B. The quality of the cassette 
> is very good. It is probably a master clone directly recorded by 
> Zappa in his studio.
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
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> --
> 
> We proudly present, "Thing-Fish - The Real Tapes", which has now 
> been 
> liberated from the evil clutches of commercial bootleggers!! The 
> original 
> bootleg - which you lucky person reading this has got for free! - 
> went for 
> $165 on eBay (incredible, isn't?).
> If that was not good enough, we include amazing BRAND NEW artwork, 
> which 
> certainly knocks the socks of the original 'artwork' - and in 
order 
> to blow 
> our own shiny & well lubricated trumpet, we also include the front 
> cover of 
> the original boot.
> 
> Boot LP>90min (Type 1) cassette>CD WAVE>FLAC Frontend
> 
> 1. Harry and Rhonda
> 2. Galoot Update
> 3. Dumb All Over
> 4. Heavenly Bank account
> 5. Teenage Wind
> 6. Suicide Chump
> 7. Jumbo Go Away
> 8. Drafted Again
> 9. I don't wanna get drafted
> 10. Instrumental
> 11. Drop Dead
> 
> Here is the original blurb that came with the eBay sell. 
Typically, 
> like all 
> ignorant 'only in it for the money' bootlegger types, he got the 
> track 
> listing wrong. Well worth $165, I say. Anyway, The Blurb Stuff:
> 
> "FRANK ZAPPA - THINGFISH - THE REAL TAPES - VINYL RECORD LP - 
STUDIO 
> RECORDINGS OF DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF SONGS THAT DIDN'T MAKE IT ONTO 
> THE 
> THINGFISH 3 RECORD BOX SET - COPYRIGHT 1991, EVIL RECORDS - E.R. - 
> 818.
> 
> THIS IS NOT A LIVE ALBUM, BUT AN EXCELLENT STUDIO QUALITY 
RECORDING.
> 
> WHITE LAMINATED COVER HAS THE PICTURE ON THE FRONT GLUED ONTO THE 
> COVER AND 
> THE INFORMATION SLICK TAPED TO THE BACK. SLIGHT INDENTATION OF THE 
> RECORD 
> CAN BE SEEN BUT NO RING WEAR, OVERALL VG+.
> 
> THE RECORD IS PRESSED ON HEAVY VINYL AND IS VG+ OVERALL, THE 
LABELS 
> ARE 
> PRINTED WITH HARRY'S BAND - THE [ REAL ] FISH AND OTHER 
INFORMATION, 
> THERE 
> IS A SPINDLE MARK ON THE SIDE B LABEL, THE VINYL IS ALMOST 
PERFECT, 
> WHAT I 
> THOUGHT WAS A SURFACE MARK TURNED OUT TO BE A TINY HAIR.
> 
> SIDE ONE IS; HARRY & RHONDA, RHONDA & HARRY, APPROXIMATE, DUMB ALL 
> OVER, 
> HEAVENLY BANK ACCOUNT, TEENAGE WIND.
> 
> SIDE TWO IS;  HARRY AS A CHUMP, JUMBO GO AWAY, DRAFTED AGAIN, I 
> DON'T WANNA 
> GET DRAFTED, THAT EVIL PRINCE [ INSTRUMENTAL ], DROP DEAD.
> 
> PAYMENT BY PAYPAL OR MONEY ORDER IN US DOLLARS."
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
--
> --
> 
> FRANK ZAPPA & THE MOTHERS OF INVENTION 
> W/ ZUBIN METHA & THE LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
> CONTEMPO 70
> 
> May 15,1970 
> Pauley Pavillion, UCLA
> Los Angeles
> California
> 
> HERE'S ONE SETLIST I CAME ACROSS-
> 
> My Boyfriend's Back, I'm Gonna Bust His Head, Tiny Sick Tears, 
Agon, 
> Call Any Vegetable (including Integrales), Blowing Discordant 
> Sounds*, 200 Motels* (including themes from Pound For A Brown, Oh 
> No, Envelopes, Little House I Used To Live In, Tuna Sandwich, 
> Redneck Eats, World's Greatest Sinner, Holiday In Berlin, Inca 
> Roads, Strictly Genteel, Duke Of Prunes, Who Needs The Peace 
Corps?, 
> Pound For A Brown, Oh No, Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue), King 
Kong* 
> (incl. Integrales), Plastic People, Oh No/Orange County Lumber 
Truck 
> (incl. My Linda Lu) 
> 
> 
> AUD MASTER REEL > REEL > REEL > M-AUDIO TRANSIT >
> COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC 
> 
> HERE'S ANOTHER SET LIST I FOUND:
> 
> http://www26.brinkster.com/dermot41/details.asp?id=152
> 
> I CAN'T VOUCH FOR ACCURACY ON THESE
> 
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
--
> --
> 
> ---Frank Zappa Dick Cavett show 11-01-71---
>   
> Size: 94.5mb
> Legnth: 19:56
> Quality: A- excellent (minus for minor hum and static)
> Lineage: MasterCass>STAudio 24/96 card> 16bit.wav>>shn
> Recorder: Line out jack of tv to my home cassette deck. No 
> microphone used.
> Release date: 1-04
> 
> Frank Zappa on the ABC Dick Cavett show. This was a 200 motels 
promo 
> appearance.
> Two cool songs and an excellent interview. Few of you remember 
> Cavett, 
> but he had the best talk show of all time. 
> And this interview has Dick and Frank in top form.
> Listen carefully and you will hear Cavett make Zappa laugh with a 
> joke
> about censorship! Wonderful! Cavett makes Dave and Jay Leno look 
> like morons.
> An early version of Sofa w/Flo and Eddie in their prime is 
followed 
> by
> a top notch interview about Franks lyrics, censorship, John Lennon,
> 200 motels, Ringo Starr,and more..You will hear why Cavett was the 
> best..
> Then, a new arrangement of Who are the brain police!! I was told 
that
> in the early 70s video tape was a scarce commodity and many of the 
> original
> ABC VTs of the Cavett show were recorded over, including this one. 
> As I understand it ABC has no copies of this, or many other early 
> Cavett shows.
> The sound is excellent. Remember back then we all used antennas on 
> our tvs so there
> is very minor hum & static once or twice but no problem really.
> This is great! 
> 
> Directly from my tv to you...
> Bootray
> 
> 1.Sofa
> 2.Interview
> 3.John Lennon story
> 4.What about the movie?
> 5.How much musical education have you got?
> 6.Who are the brain police?
> 
> -Please do not exploit this recording for money- 
> -Please do share this recording freely-
> -Please do preserve the quality-
> 
> 
> That's all for now. Hopefully I.B.C. Vol. 5 & 6 won't take as long 
> since this one was 4 months after the first two. If you are signed 
> on for any vines contained in this set and are signing on to this 
> vine, please remove yourself from the other vines and help to keep 
> things moving along. Hope y'all enjoy these. - forbin_99 (aka 
> stomachworm) April 27, 2006
>






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