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Zappa, Frank
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 3
(1989)

DISC ONE
total time: 66:36
1. Sharleena 8:54
2. Bamboozled By Love/ Owner Of A Lonely Heart 6:06
3. Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up 2:52
4. Advance Romance 6:56
5. Bobby Brown Goes Down 2:44
6. Keep It Greasey 3:30
7. Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me? 4:16
8. In France 3:01
9. Drowning Witch 9:22
10. Ride My Face To Chicago 4:22
11. Carol, You Fool 4:06
12. Chana In The Bushwop 4:52
14. Joe's Garage 2:20
14. Why Does It Hurt When I Pee 3:06

DISC TWO
total time: 68:41
1. Dickie's Such An Asshole 10:08
2. Hands With A Hammer 3:18
3. Zoot Allures 6:09
4. Society Pages 2:33
5. I'm A Beautiful Guy 1:55
6. Beauty Knows No Pain 2:55
7. Charlie's Enormous Mouth 3:40
8. Cocaine Decisions 3:14
9. Nig Biz 4:59
10. King Kong 24:32
11. Cosmik Derbis 5:13

Produced, Arranged, Compiled and Edited by Frank Zappa
Engineering Supervision for the entire series: Bob Stone
Package Design by Art Hotel, Inc.

"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, Los Angeles
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

"Bamboozled By Love/ Owner Of A Lonely Heart"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Tinsel-Town Rebellion"
"Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Joe's Garage"
"Advance Romance"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Bongo Fury"
Date : November 23, 1984
Location : Bismark Hotel, Chicago, Illinois
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording engineer : Mark Pinske
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen

"Bobby Brown Goes Down"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Sheik Yerbouti"
"Keep It Greasey"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Joe's Garage"
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

"Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me?"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Live In New York"
Date : July, 1984
Location : The Pier, New York City
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording engineer : Mark Pinske
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen

"In France"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Them Or Us"
Date : November 23, 1984
Location : Bismark Hotel, Chicago, Illinois
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording engineer : Mark Pinske
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen

"Drowning Witch"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Ship Arriving Too Late To Save A Drowning Witch"
Dates : December 17, 1984 and July 1982
Location : Paramount Thereter, Seattle, Washington / Soccer Stadium, Balzano, Italy
Original recording medium: 24 track digital (1984), 24 track analog (1982)
Recording engineer : Mark Pinske
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians 1984 : Frank Zappa : Lead Guitar, Voclas
Ike Willis : Guitar, Vocals
Ray White : Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Martin : Keyboards, Sax, Vocals
Alan Zavod : Keyboards
Scott Thunes : Bass
Chad Wackerman: Drums
Musicians 1982 : Frank Zappa : Lead Guitar
Ray White : Rhythm Guitar
Steve Vai : Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars : Keyboards
Bobby Martin : Keyboards
Ed Mann : Percussion
Scott Thunes : Bass
Chad Wackerman: Drums

"Ride My Face To Chicago"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased

"Carol, You Fool"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased

"Chana In The Bushwop"
Words and music: Frank Zappa and Diva Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased

"Joe's Garage"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Joe's Garage"
"Why Does It Hurt When I Pee"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Joe's Garage"
Date : November 23, 1984
Location : Bismark Hotel, Chicago, Illinois
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording engineer : Mark Pinske
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen

"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

"Hands With A Hammer"
Words and music: Terry Bozzio
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased
Dates : October 31, 1977 and 1975 (month unknown)
Location : (1977) The Palladium Dressing Room, NYC;
(1975) Unknown concert hall Tokyo, Japan
Original recording medium: mono and 4 track analog
Recording engineer : unknown
Remote facility : (1977) NAGRA sync recorder, (1975) SCULLY 4th (at mix console)15ips
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians: Terry Bozzio : Drum solo

"Zoot Allures"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Zoot Allures"
Date : 1975 (month unknown) and June, 1982
Location : Tokyo, Japan / Cap D'Adge France
Original recording medium: (1975) 4 track analog, (1982) 24 track analog
Recording engineer : (1975) unknown, (1982) Bob Stone
Remote facility : (1975) SCULLY (at mix console) 15ips, (1982) UMRK Mobile
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians 1975 : Frank Zappa : Guitar
Napoleon Brock: Sax
Andre Lewis : Keyboards
Roy Estrada : Bass
Terry Bozzio : Drums
Musicians 1982 : Frank Zappa : Lead Guitar
Ray White : Rhythm Guitar
Steve Vai : Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars : Keyboards
Bobby Martin : Keyboards
Ed Mann : Percussion
Scott Thunes : Bass
Chad Wackerman: Drums

"Society Pages"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: You Are What You Is"
"I'm A Beautiful Guy"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "You Are What You Is"
"Beauty Knows No Pain"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "You Are What You Is"
"Charlie's Enormous Mouth"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "You Are What You Is"
Date : October 31, 1981
Location : The Palladium, NYC
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
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

"Cocaine Decisions"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Man From Utopia"
Date : November 23, 1984
Location : Bismark Hotel, Chicago, Illinois
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
Ike Willis : Guitar, Vocals
Ray White : Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Martin : Keyboards, Sax, Vocals
Alan Zavod : Keyboards
Scott Thunes : Bass
Chad Wackerman: Drums

"Nig Biz"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased
Date : July 11, 1982
Location : Stadio Communale, Palermo, Sicily
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
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

"King Kong"
Words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Uncle Meat"
Dates : June 1982 and December 10, 1971
Location : Parc Des Expositions, Metz, France / Odeon Hammersmith, London,
England / Unknown Venue, Dijon, France
Original recording medium: (1982) 24 track analog, (1971) 8 track analog
Recording engineer : Bob Stone (1982), unknown (1971)
Remote facility : UMRK Mobile (1982), EMI Mobile (1971)
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
Musicians 1971 : Frank Zappa : Guitar, Vocals
Mark Volman : Vocals
Howard Kaylan : Vocals
Jim Pons : Bass, Vocals
Don Preston : Keyboards, Electronics
Ian Underwood : Keyboards, Alto Sax
Aynsley Dunbar: 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

1 recenzja

  • Link do recenzji Konrad Niemiec środa, 23 maj 2012 23:09 napisane przez Konrad Niemiec

    Trzecia z serii YCDTOSA płyta ukazała się w listopadzie 1989 roku. Szukając kolejnego ukrytego w tych wydawnictwach klucza, znajdujemy go na pierwszym CD. Płyta ta w całości jest poświęcona trasie z 1984 roku. Była to dość wyczerpująca trasa trwająca 6 miesięcy. Rozpoczęła się 17 lipca 1984 roku w Palace Theater w Los Angeles w stanie Kalifornia, a zakończyła dnia 23 grudnia 1984 w Universal Amphitheater w Universal City również w stanie Kalifornia. W międzyczasie - okres wrzesień-październik trasa zahaczyła o Europę. Trasa obejmowała 77 koncertów. Mordercza praca. Ale zespół był przedni i znakomicie się rozumiał. Jego siłę możemy podziwiać na video Does Humor Belong In Music??

    Pierwsze CD z zestawu YCDTOSA to zestaw utworów skomponowanych w różnych okresach twórczości Zappy, a zagranych podczas tej jednej trasy 1984 roku. Kapitalne wykonania, zespół w świetnej formie, świetne aranżacje i kawał znakomitej muzyki. Nic dodać nic ująć.
    Dysk drugi jest bardziej różnorodny, choć i tutaj pojawiają się perełki z 1984 roku. Płytę rozpoczyna znakomity 10 minutowy Dickie's Such An Asshole z 1973 roku, a po nim następuje rzadko spotykana (prawie w ogóle) solówka perkusyjna Terriego Bozzio składana z dwóch tras 1975 i 1977 roku. Reszta utworów to głównie też składanki z różnych tras i różnych lat, choć - jak to u Zappy - złożonych tak profesjonalnie, że ciężko poznać kiedy to jest grane.

    Następne 4 utwory to fragment występu z Halloween z 1981 roku z late show. Wcześniejszy show był transmitowany z MTV, a wieczorny w 90 minutowym fragmencie był transmitowany przez radio. Głównym utworem drugiej płyty jest prawie 25 minutowa wersja utworu King Kong, znów składanego z dwóch występów (z 1971 i 1982 roku!!). Kompozycja znakomita, znakomicie zagrana i znakomicie poskładana. Płytę kończy Cosmik Derbis z trasy 1984 roku.

    W sumie, YCDTOSA vol. 3 to bardzo dobry koncertowy składak. Świetne wykonania i wyśmienite kompozycje. Wielka pozycja poznawcza i gratka dla miłośników talentu Mistrza. Polecam wszystkim. Kawał solidnego grania.

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