I read the same interview as Bri, where Gail says:
"These two records happen to be Frank's masterworks," Zappa tells Billboard.com, "so this is the most ambitious of all the (40th anniversary) projects. The challenge is how to educate the audience to understand what 'Lumpy Gravy' and 'We're Only in It for the Money' are, and what they're part of. "So in this particular case we have to be more about the process than the outtakes. You're going to be listening to how Frank worked, all the little developments of these pieces as opposed to just an outtake or another performance of that particular piece. You're going to hear how he got there from here." which did suggest it wasn't going to be outtakes and such - it sounds like maybe it's incomplete outtakes - examples or something... We'll just have to wait and hear what it's *actually* all about - whatever it turns out to include (besides the obvious) I've got my copy reserved already. Ashley www.afharrold.co.uk From: Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of zav_sto Sent: 06 November 2008 21:37 To: Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com Subject: [Zappa-List] Re: 40th anniversary of Zappa's albums >> I saw the opposite stated, that outtakes wouldn't be on the set. > > Well, this is what the press release says: > http://www.shorefire.com/index.php?a=pressrelease <http://www.shorefire.com/index.php?a=pressrelease&o=2388> &o=2388 OK, here's the interview I read. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp? vnu_content_id=1003876040 I guess I misinterpreted Gail's line "we have to be more about the process than the outtakes"