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Zappa, Frank
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore
(1988, Sampler)

Side One
1. Plastic People (Zappa/Berry)
2. The Torture Never Stops
Side Two
1. Montana (Whipping Floss)
2. The Evil Prince
3. You Call That Music?
RECORD TWO
total time: 40:52
Side Three
1. Sharleena
2. Nanook Rubs It
Side Four
1. The Florida Airport Tape
2. Once Upon A Time
3. King Kong
4. Dickie's Such An Asshole
5. Cosmic Debris

"Plastic People"
words : Frank Zappa
music : Richard Berry
Date : February 13, 1969
Location : The Factory, The Bronx, New York, USA
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Absolutely Free"
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Lowel George - Guitar, Vocals
Roy Estrada - Bass, Vocals
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jim Carl Black- Drums
Arthur Deryl Tripp - Drums

"The Torture Never Stops"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Zoot Allures"
Date : February 25, 1978
Location : Hemmerleinhalle, Nurnberg, West Germany
Original recording medium: 4 track analog
Recording engineer : Davey Moire
Remote facility : SCULLY at mix console
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Adrian Belew - Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Mars - Keyboards
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Patrick O'Hearn - Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums

"Montana (Whipping Floss)"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Over-Nine Sensation"
Date : September 22, 1974
Location : Helsinki, Finland
Original recording medium: 16 track analog
Recording engineer : unknown
Remote facility : Studio in basement of venue
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians: Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Napoleon Murphy Brock - Sax, Vocal
George Duke - Keyboards, Vocal
Ruth Underwood - Percussion
Tom Fowler - Bass
Chester Thompson - Drums

"The Evil Prince"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Thing Fish"
Location(music): Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, Australia
Date : December 18, 1984
Location (solo): Odeon Hammersmith, London, England
Date : September 24, 1984
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording Engineer : Bob Stone
Remote Facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer : Bob Stone
Remix Facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians: Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Lead Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocal
Alan Zavod - Keyboards
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"You Call That Music?"
words and music: Frank Zappa
Location : McMillin Theater, Columbia University, NYC
Date : February 14, 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording Engineer : Dick Kunc
Remote Facility : SCULLY in dressing room (15ips)
Remix Engineer : Bob Stone
Remix Facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians: Frank Zappa - Guitar
Lowell George - Guitar
Roy Estrada - Bass, Vocal
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Clarinet
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums
Dave Samuels - Guest Soloist on Vibes

"Sharleena"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Chunga's Revenge" and "Them Or Us"
Date : December 23, 1984
Location : Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, LA, CA
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording engineer : Mark Pinske
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians: Frank Zappa : Lead Guitar, Vocals
Dweezil Zappa : Lead Guitar
Ike Willis : Rhythm Guitar, Vocal
Ray White : Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Martin : Keyboards, Vocals
Alan Zavod : Keyboards
Scott Thunes : Bass
Chad Wackerman: Drums

"Nanook Rubs It"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Apostrophe"
Date : February 18, 1979
Location : Odeon Hammersmith, London, England
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording engineer : Mick Glossop
Remote facility : Island Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Denny Walle - Slide Guitar, Vocal
Warren Cucurullo - Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Arthur Barrow - Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums

"The Florida Airport Tape"
words : Volman, Kaylan, Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased
Date : June, 1970
Location : An Airport In Florida
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording engineer : Frank Zappa
Remote facility : UHER Portable
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Mark Volman - Vocal
Howard Kaylan - Vocal
Jeff Simmons - Bass
George Duke - Keyboards
Ian Underwood - Keyboards, Alto Sax
Aynsley Dunbar - Drums

"Once Upon A Time"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased
Date : December, 10, 1971
Location : Rainbow Thethre. London, England
Original recording medium: 8 track analog
Recording engineer : unknown
Remote facility : EMI REMOTE
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Mark Volman - Vocal
Howard Kaylan - Vocal
Jim Pons - Bass Vocal
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Ian Underwood - Keyboards, Alto Sax
Aynsley Dunbar - Drums

"King Kong"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Uncle Meat"
Dates : June 22, 1982
Location : Parc Des Expositions, Metz, France
Original recording medium: (1982) 24 track analog
Recording engineer : Bob Stone
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians 1982 : Frank Zappa : Lead Guitar, Vocals
Ray White : Guitar, Vocals
Steve Vai : Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars : Keyboards, Vocals
Bobby Martin : Keyboards, Sax, Vocals
Ed Mann : Percussion
Scott Thunes : Bass
Chad Wackerman: Drums

"Dickie's Such An Asshole"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Broadway The Hard Way"
Date : December 12, 1973
Location : The Roxy, Hollywood, CA
Original recording medium: 16 track analog
Recording engineer : Kerry McNab
Remote facility : Record Plant Remote
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians: Frank Zappa : Lead Guitar, Vocals
Napoleon Brock: Sax, Vocals
George Duke : Keyboards, Vocals
Ruth Underwood: Percussion
Bruce Fowler : Trombone
Tom Fowler : Bass
Chester Thompson: Drums
Ralph Humprey : Drums

"Cosmik Derbis"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Apostrophe"
Date : December 17, 1984
Location : Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording engineer : Mark Pinske
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians: Frank Zappa : Lead Guitar, Vocals
Ike Willis : Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Ray White : Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Martin : Keyboards, Vocals
Alan Zavod : Keyboards, Volcano
Scott Thunes : Bass
Chad Wackerman: Drums

Produced, arranged, compiled and edited by Frank Zappa
Recording engineers: Dick Kunc, Davey Moire, Mark Pinske, Mick Glossop, FZ, Kerry McNab
Remix engineer: Bob Stone
Mastering by Bernie Grundman
Remix facility: UMRK
Package design: Jeff Fey

1 recenzja

  • Link do recenzji Konrad Niemiec wtorek, 29 listopad 2011 13:53 napisane przez Konrad Niemiec

    Jest to SAMPLER promujący cykl 6 dwupłytowych wydawnictw pod wspólnym tytułem You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore. Zestaw zawiera utwory z całej twórczości Zappy, dobierane według szczególnych 'kluczy', innych w przypadku każdej części. Sampler został wydany w wersji winylowej w 1988 roku i podobno istnieje także w wersji CD, ale do dzisiaj jej nie spotkałem.
    Cykl You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore to hołd Franka złożony wszystkim swoim zespołom z całego okresu działalności. Cykl zapowiadający śmierć artysty, zaczął się ukazywać w roku kiedy Frank dowiedział się, że ma raka prostaty i już nigdy więcej nie wykona tego z nimi na scenie...

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