Give that man a prize! That's right Jim et al,technical difficulties and a busy schedule delayed this one, now for another correction. A new vinyl rip of Thing Fish (TRT) surfaced the other night so it IS included on V.4 after all. The only difference now is Resolver+Brutality was removed and Civilization Phase III Demo added.
--- In Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com, Jim L <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Yes I think forbin_99 was saying that it's just now about to come out of the > gate. Seems there were a few technical difficulties. > > http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/Zappa-List/message/12608 > > > > > > Jim L > > _____ > > From: Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Zappa- [EMAIL PROTECTED] On > Behalf Of John Gobetz > > > > I've not seen it either---john g in kansas > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Nick Ullmann" <ullmannnick@ <mailto:ullmannnick% 40hotmail.com> > hotmail.com> > To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:Zappa-List%40yahoogroups.com> ups.com> > Sent: Sunday, July 02, 2006 2:55 AM > Subject: RE: [Zappa-List] VO: OOPS! Intant Bootleg Collection Vol. 3 & 4 > (UPDATE) > > > 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) (bonarue@) << Darko (?) > > ><<JohnK (US) << del b (US) << John in Kansas (croontoonz1850@) << ?? > > ----- Original Message ----- > > > > Again - where is it?? I am third and haven't received it yet, > > > > > > > > Kind Regards, nick > > > > > > > > > > ----Original Message Follows---- > > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:Nokeating4%40aol.com> com > > Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:Zappa-List% 40yahoogroups.com> > ups.com > > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:Zappa-List%40yahoogroups.com> ups.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] <mailto:forbin_99%40yahoo.com> com 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 > > > Ã,Â°Ã,Â°Ã,Â° = 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. <http://www.zappa.htt_> htt_ (http://www.zappa. > <http://www.zappa.com/> 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 Ã¢â,¬" lead vocals, guitar > > > Scott Thunes Ã¢â,¬" bass > > > Chad Wackerman Ã¢â,¬" drums > > > Bobby Martin Ã¢â,¬" keyboards, lead vocals > > > Ed Mann Ã¢â,¬" percussion, stunt vocals > > > Mike Keneally Ã¢â,¬" stunt guitar, vocals, keyboards > > > Bruce Fowler Ã¢â,¬" trombone > > > Walt Fowler Ã¢â,¬" trumpet, flugelhorn, synthesizer > > > Albert Wing Ã¢â,¬" tenor sax, flute > > > Paul Karman Ã¢â,¬" alto sax, baritone sax, flute > > > Kurt McGettrick Ã¢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. > <http://www.zappa.htt_> htt_ > > (http://www.zappa. <http://www.zappa.com/> 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:/lukpac.http:/lukpachttp:/lukpac.> > http://lukpac.http://lukpachttp://lukpac.<Whttp_ > > (http://lukpac. > <http://lukpac.org/~handmade/patio/weirdo/cpiiiunreleased.html> > 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://www26.http:/wwwhttp:/www26.http:/www26http:/_> > http://wwwhttp://www26.http://www26http:/_ > > (http://www26. <http://www26.brinkster.com/dermot41/details.asp? id=152> > 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 > > > > > > > > > > > > For further Z-related fun, please visit http://www.thebigno > <http://www.thebignote.com> te.com or > http://www.killugly <http://www.killuglyradio.com> radio.com , thank you. > > Yahoo! Groups Links > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > -- > > [This E-mail scanned for viruses by Declude Virus] > > > > > > > > -- > [This E-mail scanned for viruses by Declude Virus] > For further Z-related fun, please visit http://www.thebignote.com or http://www.killuglyradio.com , thank you. Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Zappa-List/ <*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <*> Your use of Yahoo! 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