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Zappa, Frank
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 5
(1992)

DISC ONE
total time: 70:38
1. The Downtown Talent Scout 4:01
2. Charles Ives 4:38
3. Here Lies Love 2:45
4. Piano / Drum Duet 1:57
5. Mozart Ballet - Piano Sonata in B flat 4:05
6. Chocolate Halvah 3:25
7. JCB & Kansas On The Bus # 1 1:03
8. Run Home Slow: Main Title Theme 1:17
9. The Little March 1:21
10. Right There 5:07
11. Where Is Johnny Velvet? 0:52
12. Return Of The Hunch-Back Duke 1:44
13. Trouble Every Day 4:07
14. Proto - Minimalism 1:40
15. JCB & Kansas On The Bus # 2 1:11
16. My Head? 1:22
17. Meow 1:24
18. Baked - Bean Boogie 3:27
19. Where's Our Equipment? 2:29
20. F.Z./JCB Drum Duet 4:27
21. No Waiting For The Peanuts To Dissolve 4:45
22. A Game Of Cards 0:44
23. Underground Freak-Out Music 3:52
24. German Lunch 6:43
25. My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama 2:12


DISC TWO
total time: 70:20
1. Easy Meat 7:39
2. The Dead Girls Of London 2:29
3. Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously? 1:45
4. What's New In Baltimore? 5:04
5. Moggio 2:29
6. Dancin' Fool 3:13
7. RDNZL 7:59
8. Advance Romance 7:01
9. City Of Tiny Lites 10:38
10. A Pound For A Brown (On The Bus) 8:39
11. Doreen 1:59
12. The Black Page # 2 9:57
13. Geneva Farewell 1:38

Arranged, Produced, Compiled and Edited by Frank Zappa

"The Downtown Talent Scout"
(Frank Zappa)
The Fillmore West, San Francisko, California; 1965
Original recording medium: mono analog (7 1/2 ips)
Recording Engineer: John Judnich
Remote Facility: AMPEX portable
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Elliot Ingber - Rhythm Guitar
Roy Estrada - Bass
Jimmy Carl Black- Drums
Ray Collins - Tambourine

"Charles Ives"
(Frank Zappa)
"Here Lies Love"
(Martin/Dobard)
Columbia University, New York City; 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar
Lowell George - Guitar, Lead Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bass, Vocal
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet Solo
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax, Clarinet
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"Piano / Drum Duet
(Frank Zappa)
The Ark, Boston, Massachusetts; 1969
Original recording medium: 4 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Steve
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Ian Underwood - RMI Electric Piano
Arhtur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"Mozart Ballet - Piano Sonata in B flat"
(words: Frank Zappa, music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
Royal Albert Hall, London; 6/6/69
Original recording medium: 4 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: unknown
Remote Facility: Emi Records
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Conductor, Vocal
Noel Redding - Dance Stylings
Dick Barber - Rubber Chicken Strangulation
Kanzus J.Kanzus - Biological Masterpiece
Roy Estrada - Bass, Asthmatic Laughter
Don Preston - Electronics, Injured Chicken Noises
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Acoustic Piano Solo
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Victim of Evil Experiments
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"Chocolate Halvah"
(Lowell George, Roy Estrada, Frank Zappa)
Thee Image, Miami, Florida; 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar
Lowell George - Guiro, Swami Vocal 1
Roy Estrada - Bass, Swami Vocal 2
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"JCB & Kansas On The Bus # 1"
(words: Kanzus, Black, Kunc & Barber)
Greyhound Tour Bus Interior, 1969
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
Jimmy Carl Black
Kanzus J.Kanzus
Dick Kunc
Dick Barber

"Run Home Slow: Main Title Theme"
(Frank Zappa)
"The Little March"
(Frank Zappa)
Columbia University, New York City; 1969
Original recording medium- 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar, Conductor
Lowell George - Guitar
Roy Estrada - Bass, Vocal
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"Right There"
(Roy Estrada, Frank Zappa)
Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida; 1969
Original recording medium: 8 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar fx, Conductor
Lowell George - Guitar fx, Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bass, Lunatic Vocal
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics, Tape
Playback
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax, Vocal, Documentary
Recordist
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax, Vocal
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums, Vocal
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums, Vocal


"Where Is Johnny Velvet?"
(Frank Zappa)
"Return Of The Hunch-Back Duke"
(Frank Zappa)
"Trouble Every Day"
(Frank Zappa)
The Factory, The Bronx, New York; February 13, 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog(7 1/2 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: UHER portable
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Lowell George - Guitar, Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Keyboards
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"Proto - Minimalism"
(Frank Zappa)
Columbia University, New York City; 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar, Conductor
Lowell George - Guitar
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"JCB & Kansas On The Bus # 2"
(Kanzus, Black, Kunc & Barber)
Greyhound Tour Bus Interior
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: UHER portable
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Jimmy Carl Black
Kanzus J.Kanzus
Dick Kunc
Dick Barber

"My Head?"
(all M.O.I. members)
Sunset Sound Studio, Hollywood, California; 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Roy Estrada )
Don Preston ?
Ian Underwood ?
Bunk Gardner } - Party Animals
Motorhead Sherwood ?
Jimmy Carl Black ?
Arthur Dyer Tripp III0

"Meow"
(Frank Zappa)
The Whisky-A-Go-Go, Hollywood, California; 1968
Original recording medium: 8 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Wally Heider
Remote Facility: Heider Remote Truck
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Conductor
Ray Collins - Tambourine, Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"Baked - Bean Boogie"
(Frank Zappa)
The Ark, Boston, Massachusetts
Original recording medium: 4 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: unknown
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar
Lowell George - Guitar, Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Keyboards
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"Where's Our Equipment?"
(Frank Zappa)
The Falkoner Center, Copenhagen, Denmark; 1967
Original recording medium: mono analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: unknown
Remote Facility: NAGRA portable
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Conductor
Ray Collins - Tambourine
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Piano
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Billy Mundi - Drums

"F.Z./JCB Drum Duet"
(Frank Zappa)
Columbia University, New York City; 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - First Drum Solo
Jimmy Carl Black - Rhythm Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Second Drum Solo

"No Waiting For The Peanuts To Dissolve"
(Frank Zappa)
Thee Image, Miami, Florida; 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Second Guitar Solo
Lowell George - First Guitar Solo
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Keyboards
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax Solo
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"A Game Of Cards"
(Frank Zappa, Sherwood, Tripp, Underwood)
Dressing Room, Providence, Rhode Island; 1969
Original recording medium: mono cassette
Recording Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remote Facility: SONY cassette
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Jimmy Carl Black
Kanzus J.Kanzus
Dick Kunc
Dick Barber

"Underground Freak-Out Music"
(Frank Zappa)
Thee Image, Miami, Florida; 1969
Original recording medium: 2 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remote Facility: EMI Recorders
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Conductor, Vocal
Lowell George - Guitar
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums

"German Lunch"
(all M.O.I. members)
Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida
Original recording medium: 8 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: Dick Kunc
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Lowell George *
Jimmy Carl Black ?
Roy Estrada ?
Bunk Gardner ?
Don Preston
Motorhead Sherwood
Ian Underwood
Arthur Dyer Tripp III
Buzz Gardner
Frank Zappa

"My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama"
(Frank Zappa)
A & R Studios, New York City; 1969
Original recording medium: 8 track analog (15 ips)
Recording Engineer: unknown
Remix Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Roy Estrada - Bass
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Buzz Gardner - Trumpet
Ian Underwood - Alto Sax
Bunk Gardner - Tenor Sax
Motorhead Sherwood - Baritone Sax
Jimmy Carl Black - Drums
Arthur Dyer Tripp III- Drums


Disc two of this set is dedicated to the 1982 band. About half the material here comes from our ill-fated concert in Geneva, Switzerland (which ended with a small riot). The 1982 tour itself ended with a much larger riot in Palermo, Sicily a few weeks later. The '82 band could play beautifully when it wanted to. It is unfortunable that the audiences of the time didn't understand that we had no intention of posing as targets for their assorted "love offerings" cast onto the stage (in Milan they threw used hypodermic syringes).
Geneva, Munich, Balzano, Frankfurt; Summer, 1982
original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Mark Pinske
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineers: Bob Stone & Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocals
Ed Mann - Percussion
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

1 recenzja

  • Link do recenzji Konrad Niemiec czwartek, 24 maj 2012 21:32 napisane przez Konrad Niemiec

    Rok po wydaniu YCDTOSA vol. 4, ukazała się piąta, przedostatnia płyta z tej serii. Szukając kolejnego klucza do wydania takiego zestawu, znajdujemy go bardzo szybko. Wydawnictwo to podzielone jest na dwie odrębne części ukazujące dwa etapy w karierze artystycznej Zappy.

    Na pierwszym CD znajdujemy wczesne i troszkę późniejsze odpryski działalności The Mothers Of Invetion z lat 1966-1969. Celowo użyłem określenia odpryski, bo to zestaw krótkich fragmentów życia The Mothers, nie zawsze koncertowego. Gadki, utwory z garderoby, fragmenty występów na żywo itd. To duża dawka humoru i wielki materiał dla historyków. Dla wielbicieli prawdziwej muzyki, raczej mało efektowny, ale to moja subiektywna ocena.
    Zaś płyta druga to w całości hołd poświęcony znakomitemu składowi muzyków z trasy z 1982 roku. Skład był rzeczywiście świetny i należy nad nim chwilkę się zatrzymać. Poza leadrem występowali w nim: znakomity Ray White, little Italian virtuoso Steve Vai, długoletni klawiszowiec Zappy - Tommy Mars, nowy, rewelacyjny nabytek - multiinstrumentalista i genialny wokalista Bobby Martin, świetny Ed Mann i nowa, rewelacyjna sekcja rytmiczna - Scott Thunes na basie i młodziutki pałker Chad Wackerman.

    W opisie do tego CD Zappa stwierdził, że ten znakomity skład mógł zagrać cuda, kiedy tylko chciał. Problem w tym, że publiczność nie zawsze to rozumiała, a oni nie chcieli być celem ich dowodów miłości radośnie rzucanych na scenę (np. zużytych strzykawek). Europejska trasa z 1982 roku wsławiła się jeszcze tym, że często na koncertach dochodziło do zamieszek. W tym przypadku prawie połowa płyty pochodzi z niesławnego koncertu w Genewie, w Szwajcarii, który skończył się zamieszkami. Druga połowa zaś to fragmenty występów we Frankfurcie, Monachium i Bolzano.

    Muzycznie - drugi CD to rzecz fenomenalna. Wyśmienite kawałki, znakomicie zagrane i nagrane. Wielka uczta dla ducha i ucha. W sumie wydawnictwo oceniam na 3,5/5. Statystykę dla mnie psuje płyta pierwsza. Druga to mistrzostwo. Polecam wszystkim umiejącym słuchać i tym lubiącym szperać w starociach.

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