There is another version of this on its way - there was quite a long lineage 
for it, I haven't received yet,
john in kansas
>r2daft2 (leswatts@) - UK <<[EMAIL PROTECTED] UK <<luis - Ar <<neil UK << 
>skipsign (US) << Joe.DP (USA) <<GregH (US) ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) << Darko (?) 
><<JohnK (US) << del b (US) << John in Kansas ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) << ??
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Again - where is it??  I am third and haven't received it yet,



                        Kind Regards, nick




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To: Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Zappa-List] VO:  OOPS! Intant Bootleg Collection Vol. 3 & 4 
(UPDATE)
Date: Sat, 1 Jul 2006 18:11:50 EDT


Is there no Queue started for this one yet?
If not, I'll volunteer to kick things off -
Thanks!

John K in California

John K (USA) << ???


In a message dated 7/1/2006 12:16:38 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:




Sorry for the delays in getting this one out of the starting gate
folks  & freaks. I've had some issues on this one. Finally got V. 3
to copy  but V. 4 had errors. Resolver+Brutality & Thing Fish (The
Real Tapes)  both gave cyclindical redundancy errors. I tried all the
tricks I know to  no avail. Sooooooo, rather than get any more pissed
about my backup being  fu**ed, I replaced these with the unarchieved
(so fresh it's still on my  HD) Civilization Phase III Demo. I've
added that setlist in the  appropriate place below. Sorry if that
dissappoints but both of those  SHOULD still be floating around as a
vine on a single cd-r which I started  last year.

 > 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. 6:2
 > 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
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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.....  Highest pea
 > SA of 1st  minute..19.9dB drop over 1kHz~10kHz range......no
 > adjustment
 >
 > Part 2..40m40s
 > Highest peak -0.78dB..... Highest peak -0.78d
 > SA of 1st minute..18.1dB drop over 1kHz~10kHz range......no
 > adjustment
 >
 > Part 3..42m10s
 > Highest peak  -1.10dB..... Highest peak
 > SA of 1st minute..19.9dB drop over  1kHz~10kHz range......no
 > adjustment
 >
 > Thanks to LudzNL  for the wav files.
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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><WBR>(?)TDK>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
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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.htt_ (http://www.zappa.com/) )
 > Los  Angeles, CA
 > Dec. 23, 1987
 >
 > SOURCE: Analog  cassette->Tascam 103->Tascam CDRW700 (CD-RW)->EAC-
 >  >CoolEdit Pro (normalization)C>CDWave (tracking)-><WBR>MKWact  (SH
 > LINEAGE: Low generation (possibly 2nd or 3rd) cassette from
 > soundboard
 >
 > FILESIZE: 594 MB (622,941,877  bytes)
 >
 > PERFORMERS:
 > Ike Willis â€" lead vocals,  guitar
 > Scott Thunes â€" bass
 > Chad Wackerman â€" drums
 >  Bobby Martin â€" keyboards, lead vocals
 > Ed Mann â€" percussion, stunt  vocals
 > Mike Keneally â€" stunt guitar, vocals, keyboards
 > Bruce  Fowler â€" trombone
 > Walt Fowler â€" trumpet, flugelhorn,  synthesizer
 > Albert Wing â€" tenor sax, flute
 > Paul Karman â€"  alto sax, baritone sax, flute
 > Kurt McGettrick â€" 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.htt_
(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
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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-supporte As an alte
(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
 > CAUSE ETERNAL TORRENT IN THE PLACE WHERE THE GUY WITH THE  HORNS
AND
 > THE POINTED STICK CONDUCTS HIS BUSINESS.
 > This  guarantee is as real as the threats of the Audio
 > fundamentalists who  use attacks on noise reduction in their
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!
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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! on 1 Agfa low
 > 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
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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.
 >
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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.
 >
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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><WBR
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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)
 >  ------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  ----

Civilizatio  Phase III Demo

unknown (probably low) gen analog -> SONY Deck ->  Goldwave
(recording,
speed correct ts1 by -50 cents and ts2-4 by -100  cents) -> CDWav
(tracking) -> FLAC 8 -> FLAC

DISC  ONE

d1t01 'This Is Phaze III'
d1t02 Put A Motor In Yourself
d1t03  'Oh - Umm'
d1t04 They Made Me Eat It
d1t05 Xmas Values
d1t06 'You  Caught Me, Didn't You?'
d1t07 Reagan at Bitburg
d1t08 'A Very Nice  Body'
d1t09 Navanax
d1t10 'How the Pigs' Music Works'
d1t11 Secular  Humanism
d1t12 'Saliva Can Only Take So Much'
d1t13 Buffalo  Voice
d1t14 'Someplace Else Right Now'
d1t15 Get A Life
d1t16 'A  Kayak (On Snow)'
d1t17 Gross Man
d1t18 'A Tunnel Into Muck'
d1t19 Dio  Fa (tf at 4:59, probably little/no music missing)
d1t20 'That Would Be The  End Of That'
d1t21 Beat The Reaper
d1t22 Waffenspiel

DISC  TWO

d2t01 'I Wish Motorhead Would Come Back'
d2t02 N-Lite
d2t03  'Dark Water'
d2t04 'Have You Ever Heard Their Band?'
d2t05 Religious  Superstition
d2t06 'Attack! Attack! Attack!'
d2t07 Life In A  Drum
d2t08 'A Different Octave'
d2t09 The Partially Answered  Question
d2t10 'This Ain't CNN'
d2t11 Hip Hop
d2t12 'The Pigs'  Music'
d2t13 A Pig With Wings
d2t14 Charles Ives II
d2t15 'This Is  All Wrong' Pt 1
d2t16 Why Not?
d2t17 'This Is All Wrong' Pt. 2
d2t18  Hot & Putrid (tf at 0:00.5, unknown amount of music missing)
d2t19  'Flowing Inside-Out'
d2t20 Reverse The Phase On It
d2t21 'I Had A Dream  About That'
d2t22 Jolly Good Fellow
d2t23 'Why Not?'
d2t24 'Put A  Little Motor In 'Em'
d2t25 'You're Just Insulting Me, Aren't You?'
d2t26  'Cold Light Generation'
d2t27 Let's Dance
d2t28 What Happened To The  Music?
d2t29 'Here She Goes Again'
d2t30 We're Not In Kansas  Anymore
d2t31 'So I Can Get Fucked Up'

Titling notes:

d1t04 -  The dialogue at the end has the title 'It's Cushioned' on
the list I  received, but it is included in the track They Made Me
Eat It on the  official release.

d1t17 - titled What Worms Are Thinking on the list I  received

d2t03 and t04 - appear as one track titled 'Dark Water' on the  list
I received

d2t07, d2t09, d2t20, d2t28, d2t30 - title appears  on the list I
received

d2t11 - my title

d2t14 - title from  FZShows (amended to "Charles Ives II" by me to
distinguish it from the  1969 piece Charles Ives). Opening dialogue
titled 'You Like the Knicks? on  the list I received

d2t23 & 24 - titled 'Then We can Sell 'Em  Ladders' on the list I
received

d2t27 - title from FZShows. Titled  Turning Into A Pony on the list
I received

d2t31 - title from  FZShows. Titled 'He's Talking About Beer Again'
on the list I  received

For more info and other opinions, see
_http://lukpac.http://lukpac.http://lukpachttp://lukpac.<Whttp_
(http://lukpac.org/~handmade/patio/weirdo/cpiiiunreleased.html)
----------------------------------------------------------
--
 >  --
 >
 > 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.http://wwwhttp://www26.http://www26http:/_
(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) July 1,  2006




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