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Zappa, Frank
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 1
(1989)

DISC ONE
total time: 72:00
1. The Florida Airport Tape 1:04
2. Once Upon A Time 4:38
3. Sofa No.1 2:53
4. The Mammy Anthem 5:41
5. You Didn't Try To Call Me 3:39
6. Diseases Of The Band 2:22
7. Tryin' To Grow A Chin 3:44
8. Let's Make The Water Turn Black / Harry, You Are A Beast / The Orange County Lumber Truck 3:28
9. The Groupie Routine 5:41
10. Ruthie - Ruthie 2:57
11. Babbette 3:36
12. I'm The Slime 3:13
13. Big Swifty 8:47
14. Don't Eat The Yellow Snow 20:16

DISC TWO
total time: 65:35
1. Plastic People 4:39
2. The Torture Never Stops 15:48
3. Fine Girl 2:55
4. Zamby Woof 5:39
5. Sweet Leilani 2:39
6. Oh No 4:34
7. Be In My Video 3:30
8. The Deathless Horsie 5:29
9. The Dangerous Kitchen 1:50
10. Dumb All Over 4:20
11. Heavenly Bank Account 4:06
12. Suicide Chump 4:56
13. Tell Me You Love Me 2:09
14. Sofe No.2 3:01

Produced, Arranged, Compiled and Edited by Frank Zappa
Engineering Supervision for the entire series: Bob Stone
Package Design by Jeff Fey

Corrections:
"The Florida Airport Tape" - April, 1970
"The Groupie Routine" - July 7, 1971
"The Torture Never Stops" - February 25, 1978
"You Call That Music?" - April, 1969
"Be In My Video" - August 26, 1984
"Deathless Horsie" - August 26, 1984
"The Dangerous Kitchen" - August 26, 1984

"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

"Sofa No.1"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "One Size Fits All"
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

"The Mammy Anthem"
music : Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Thing-Fish"
Date : July 12, 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, Vocal
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

"You Didn't Try To Call Me"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Freak Out" / "Cruisin' With Ruben And The Jets"
Date : July 3, 1980
Location : Olympia Hall, Munich, West Germany
Original recording medium: 2 track direct analog
Recording engineer : Mick Glossop
Remote facility : PCM 1600 in dressing room
Remix engineer : Mick Glossop
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Mars - Keyboards
Arthur Barrow - Keyboards, Bass
David Logeman - Drums

"Diseases Of The Band"
words and music: Frank Zappa
albums/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased

"Tryin' To Grow A Chin"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: Sheik Yerbouti
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 Walley - Slide Guitar, Vocal
Warren Cucurullo - Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Arhtur Barrow - Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums

"Let's Make The Water Turn Black"
"Harry, You Are A Beast"
"The Orange County Lumber Truck"
music : Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "We're Only In It For The Money",
"Weasels Ripped My Flesh"
Date : February, 1969
Location : The Ballroom, Stratford, Connecticut
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording engineer : Dick Kunc
Remote facility : UHER portable (7 1/2ips)
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Lowell George - Guitar, Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bas, 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 Dyer Tripp - Drums

"The Groupie Routine"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Live At The Fillmore East, 1971"
Date : July 8, 1971
Location : Pauley Pavillion, ULCA, California
Original recording medium: 4 track analog
Recording engineer : Barry Keene
Remote facility : Scully 4th at Mix Console
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

"Ruthie - Ruthie"
words : Napoleon Murphy Brock
Music : Richard Berry
album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased

"Babbette"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased
Date : November 18, 1974
Location : Capitol Theater, Passaic, New Jersey
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording engineer : Brian Krokus
Remote facility : SCULLY 4th at mix console
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Uti?ity 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

"I'm The Slime"
words and music: Frank Zappa
Album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Over Nite Sensation"
"Big Swifty"
music : Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Waka - Jawaka"
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, Vocal
Napoleon Brock- Sax, Vocals
George Duke - Keyboards, Vocal
Ruth Underwood- Percussion
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Tom Fowler - Bass
Chester Thompson - Drums
Ralph Humphrey - Drums

"Don't Eat The Yellow Snow"
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

"Plastic People"
words : Frank Zappa
music : Richard Berry
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 : March, 1977
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

"Fine Girl"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Tinsel-Town Rebellion"
"Zomby Woof"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Over-Nine Sensation"
Date : July 6, 1982
Location : Parco Redecessio, Milan, Italy
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, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocals
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocals
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocal
Ed Mann - Percussion
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman- Drums

"Sweet Leilani"
words and music: Harry Owens
album/s/ in which song has appeared: Unreleased
"Oh No"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" and "Lumpy Gravy"
Date : February, 1969
Location : The Ballroom, Stratford, Connecticut
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording engineer : Dick Kunc
Remote facility : UHER portable (7 1/2 ips)
Remix engineer : Bob Stone
Remix facility : Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Musicians : Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Lowell George - Guitar, Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bass, Vocals
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Roy Estrada - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jim Carl Black- Drums
Arthur Deryl Tripp - Drums

"Be In My Video"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Them Or Us"
"The Deathless Horsie"
music : Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar"
"The Dangerous Kitchen"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Man From Utopia"
Date : July, 1984
Location : The Pier, New York City
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, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocals
Ray White - Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocals
Alan Zavod - Keyboards
Scoot Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman- Drums

"Dumb All Over"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "You Are What You Is"
"Heavenly Bank Account"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "You Are What You Is"
"Suicide Chump"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "You Are What You Is"
Date : October 31, 1981
Location : The Palldium, 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, Vocal
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

"Tell Me You Love Me"
words and music: Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "Chunga's Revenge"
"Sofa No.2"
music : Frank Zappa
album/s/ in which song has appeared: "One Size Fits All" and "Live In New York"
Date : July 7, 1982
Location : Soccer Stadium, Genoa, Italy
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, Vocal
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

1 recenzja

  • Link do recenzji Konrad Niemiec czwartek, 17 maj 2012 22:10 napisane przez Konrad Niemiec

    Pierwsza część z serii YCDTOSA ukazała się w maju 1988 roku. Kluczem do tej części był całkowity brak klucza. Czyli zbieranka rozmaitości z różnych okresów, różnych epok, różnych składów itp.
    Od razu dodam, że mimo tego przekładańca rodzajowego słucha się tego znakomicie. Szczególnie, kiedy jeszcze zna się większość z tych utworów. Wszak Frank był mistrzem w wielu dziedzinach, a koncerty zawsze były jedną z jego najsilniejszych stron. Na koncertach mógł się wreszcie w pełni wypowiedzieć kompozytorsko i instrumentalnie, dlatego każdy koncert był inny. Często podczas turnee zmieniał nie tylko kolejność, ale i całkowicie program wieczoru. Wiedział, że grając w kółko te same utwory zespół się znudzi, zatem przed każdą trasą ćwiczyli dużo większy materiał niż przypadał na jeden koncert i dzięki temu setlista mogła być przygotowana prawie w garderobie.
    Na tym wydawnictwie możemy zauważyć, że oprócz wartości czysto historycznej i poznawczej posiada ono także wielką wartość artystyczną. Jest tu kilka ponadczasowych perełek znakomicie zagranych, które na długo pozostają w pamięci. Praktycznie pierwsze 13 kawałków chłoniemy w całości bo to utworki po 2-3 minuty, szybko wpadające w ucho, skoczne, melodyjne i prawie nie słychać, że często dzieli je po kilka lat od nagrania. Wielkie rzeczy rozpoczynają się pod koniec pierwszej płyty wraz z nastaniem utworów Big Swifty' i 'Don't Eat the Yellow Snow Suite. W sumie dają prawie pół godziny znakomitej muzyki z dużą dawką improwizacji i pogaduszek.
    Drugą płytę rozpoczyna znakomite wykonanie Plastic People z 1969 roku, a po nim mamy kawałek mszy rockowej w postaci ponadczasowego The Torture Never Stops nagranego w 1978 roku. Opis błędnie podaje datę 1977, ale od czego czujni fani, który często wiedzą lepiej& Ten utwór to kawał znakomitego grania, w wersji fenomenalnej. Kiedy w środku utworu Frank zapowiada - TORTURE TIME NOW i rozpoczyna wgniatające w fotel solo gitarowe, nie dane nam odejść od głośnika. Tego się słucha jednym ciągiem.
    Kawałek dalej świetne Zomby Woof składane z dwóch koncertów z 1982 roku. Znakomite gitarowe solo, które trzeba znać. Zresztą sam utwór to kawał rockowego mistrzostwa kompozytorskiego i wykonawczego. Należy dodać, iż Zappa bardzo cenił sobie skład osobowy z tournée z 1982 roku, czemu dał wyraz na jednym z kolejnych wydawnictw YCDTOSA.
    Następnie na chwilę znów wracamy do 1969 roku, aby płynnie przejść do fragmentów z trasy z 1984, która w części została uwieczniona na video Does Humor Belong In Music. Następnie znów fragmenty z filmów video - występ z hali Palladium z Halloween 1981 roku z części transmitowanej przez MTV.
    Płytę kończą dwa utwory z 1982 roku.
    I tak przebrnęliśmy przez krótką historię koncertów Zappy z lat 1969-1984. Historię napisaną przez samego Zappę, przy współudziale wspaniałych muzyków. Polecam wszystkim miłośnikom talentu Mistrza.

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