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Zappa, Frank
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 6
(1992)

DISC ONE
total time: 69:41
1. The M.O.I. Anti-Smut Loyalty Oath 3:01
2. The Poodle Lectrure 5:02
3. Dirty Love 2:40
4. Magic Finger 2:21
5. The Madison Panty-Sniffing Festival 2:44
6. Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me? 4:02
7. Farther O'Blivion 2:22
8. Is That Guy Kidding Or What? 4:03
9. I'm So Cute 1:39
10. White Person 2:07
11. Linely Person Devices 3:14
12. Ms. Pinky 2:00
13. Shove It Right In 6:46
14. Wind Up Working In A Gas Station 2:32
15. Make A Sex Noise 3:09
16. Tracy Is A Snob 3:54
17. I Have Been In You 5:05
18. Emperor Of Ohio 1:32
19. Dinah-Moe Humm 3:16
20. He's So Gay 2:34
21. Camarillo Brillo 3:10
22. Muffin Man 2:25

DISC TWO
total time: 67:56
1. NYC Halloween Audience 0:46
2. The Illinois Enema Bandit 8:05
3. Thirteen 6:09
4. Lobster Girl 2:21
5. Black Napkins 5:22
6. We're Turning Again 4:57
7. Alien Orifice 4:16
8. Catholic Girls 4:04
9. Crew Slut 5:34
10. Tryin' To Grow A Chin 3:33
11. Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance 3:47
12. Lisa's Life Story 3:06
13. Lonesone Cowboy Nondo 5:15
14. Motels Finale 3:43
15. Strictly Genteel 7:08

Produced, Arranged & Edited by Frank Zappa
All compositions by Frank Zappa except:
"Thirteen" - Frank Zappa & Shankar
"Lobster Girl" - O'Hearn/Colaiuta/Frank Zappa
"Lisa's Life Story" - Frank Zappa/Popeil


"The M.O.I. Anti-Smut Loyalty Oath"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
concert date in Florida; 9/70
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording Engineer: Frank Zappa
Remote Facility: UHER portable
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar, Vocal
Mark Volman - Vocal
Howard Kaylan - Vocal
Jeff Simmons - Bass
George Duke - Keyboards
Ian Underwood - Keyboards, Alto Sax
Aynsley Dunbar - Drums

"The Poodle Lectrure"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
The Palladium, NYC; Halloween, 1977
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Kerry McNab
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Adrian Belew - Guitar, Vocal
Tommy Mars - Keyboards
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums

"Dirty Love"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Over-Nite Sensation"
Hammersmith Odeon, London; 18 February 1979
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Mick Glossop
Remote Facility: Island Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocals
Denny Walley - Slide Guitar, Vocals
Warren Cuccurullo - Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Arthur Barrow - Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta- Drums

"Magic Finger"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "200 Motels"
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium; 12/11/80
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: George Douglas
Remote Facility: `24 track analog in dressingg room
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Bob Harris - Keyboards, Vocals
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"The Madison Panty-Sniffing Festival"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
Madison, Wisconsin; 11/16/80
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: George Douglas
Remote Facility: 24 track analog in dressing room
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Bob Harris - Keyboards, Vocals
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me?"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Live In New York"
Towson, Maryland; 3/23/88
Original recording medium: 48 track digital
Recording Engineer: Bob Stone
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Computer-synth, Vocal
Ike Willis - Rhythm Guitar, Vocal
Mike Keneally - Rhythm Guitar, Synth, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Vocal
Ed Mann - Vibes, Marimba, Electronic Percussion
Walt Fowler - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Synth
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Paul Carman - Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Baritone Sax
Albert Wing - Tenor Sax
Kurt McGettrick- Baritone Sax, Bass Sax, Contrabass Clarinet
Scott Thunes - Electric Bass, Mini-Moog
Chad Wackerman - Drums, Electronic Percussion


"Farther O'Blivion"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Apostrophe"
Sydney, Australia; 1972
Original recording medium: 4 track analog
Recording Engineer: unknown
Remix Engineer: Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar, Vocal
Jean-Luc Ponty - Violin
George Duke - Keyboards
Ian Underwood - Woodwinds
Ruth Underwood - Percussion
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Tom Fowler - Bass
Ralph Humphrey - Drums

"Is That Guy Kidding Or What?"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
The Palladium, NYC; Halloween, 1977
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Kerry McNab
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Adrian Belew - Guitar, Vocal
Tommy Mars - Keyboards
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums

"I'm So Cute"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Sheik Yerbouti"
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium; 12/11/80
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: George Douglas
Remote Facility: 24 track analog in dressing room
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Bob Harris - Keyboards, Vocals
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"White Person"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
Hemmerleinhalle, Nurnberg, W.Germany; 1977
Original recording medium: 4 track analog
Recording Engineer: Davey Moire
Remote Facility: SCULLY
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Adrian Belew - Guitar, Vocal
Tommy Mars - Keyboards
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums

"Linely Person Devices"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere recordning
Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen; February, 1975
Original recording medium: 2 track analog
Recording Engineer: Davey Moire
Remote Facility: NAGRA 15 ips
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar, Vocal
Napoleon Murphy Brock- Sax, Vocals
Andre Lewis - Keyboards
Roy Estrada - Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums

"Ms. Pinky"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Zoot Allures"
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium; 12/11/80
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: George Douglas
Remote Facility: 24 track analog in dressing room
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Bob Harris - Keyboards, Vocals
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Shove It Right In"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "200 Motels"
Fillmore East, NYC; 1971
Original recording medium: 16 track analog
Recording Engineer: unknown
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar
Mark Volman - Vocal
Howard Kaylan - Vocal
Jim Pons - Bass, Vocal
Bob Harris - Keyboards
Ian Underwood - Keyboards, Alto Sax
Aynsley Dunbar - Drums

"Wind Up Working In A Gas Station"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Zoot Allures"
The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1975
Original recording medium: 16 track analog
Recording Engineer: unknown
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Bianca Odin - Keyboards, Vocal
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums, Vocal

"Make A Sex Noise"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
Towson, Maryland; 3/23/88
Original recording medium: 48 track digital
Recording Engineer: Bob Stone
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research$Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Vocal
Ike Willis - Rhythm Guitar, Vocal
Mike Keneally - Rhythm Guitar, Synth, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Vocal
Ed Mann - Vibes, Marimba, Electronic Percussion
Walt Fowler - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Synth
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Paul Carman - Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Baritone Sax
Albert Wing - Tenor Sax
Kurt McGettrick- Bartone Sax, Bass Sax, Contrabass Clarinet
Scott Thunes - Electric Bass, Mini-Moog
Chad Wackerman - Drums, Electronic Percussion

"Tracy Is A Snob"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere recording
Salt Lake City, Utah; 12/3/80
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: George Douglas
Remote Facility: 24 track analog in dressing room
Remix Engineer: Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Bob Harris - Keyboards, Vocals
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"I Have Been In You "
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Sheik Yerbouti"
The Palladium, NYC; 31 October 1978
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remix Facility: Sun West Recorders, Los Angeles
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Denny Walley - Slide Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Arthur Barrow - Bass
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta- Drums

"Emperor Of Ohio"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
Salt Lake City, Utah; 12/3/80
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: George Douglas
Remote Facility: 24 track analog in dressing room
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Bob Harris - Keyboards, Vocals
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Dinah-Moe Humm"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Over-Nine Sensation"
Bismarck Theater, Chicago; November
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Bob Stone
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocal
Alan Zavod - Keyboards
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"He's So Gay"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Thing-Fish"
The Pier, NYC; Summer, 1984
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording Engineer: Mark Pinske
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocal
Alan Zavod - Keyboards
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Camarillo Brillo"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Over-Nite Sensation"
Bismarck Theater, Chicago; November, 1984
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording Engineer: Mark Pinske
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocal
Alan Zavod - Keyboards
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Muffin Man"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Bongo Fury"
Bismarck Theater, Chicago, November, 1984
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording Engineer: Mark Pinske
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocal
Alan Zavod - Keyboards
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"The Illinois Enema Bandit"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Live In New York"
Universal Amphitheater, L.A.; December, 1984
Original recording medium: 24 track digital
Recording Engineer: Mark Pinske
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocal
Alan Zavod - Keyboards
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Thirteen"
(Shanker & Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
The Palladium, NYC; 31 October 1978
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remix Facility: Sun West Recorders, Los Angeles
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Shankar - Electric Violin
Denny Walley - Slide Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Arthur Barrow - Bass
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta- Drums

"Lobster Girl"
(O'Hearn, Colaiuta, Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
The Palladium, NYC; 31 October 1978
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remix Facility: Sun West Recorders, Los Angeles
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass Solo, Vocal
Vinnie Colaiuta- Drums

"Black Napkins"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Zoot Allures"
The Palladium, NYC; 29 December 1976
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Bob Liftin
Remote Facility: Fedco Remote
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Eddy Jobson - Keyboards
Ruth Underwood - Percussion
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums
Michael Brecker- Tenor Sax Solo
Lou Marini - Alto Sax
Ronnie Kuber - Baritine Sax
Tom Malone - Trombone

"We're Turning Again"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Frank Zappa Meets The Mothers Of Prevention"
Towson, Maryland; 3/23/88
Original recording medium: 48 track digital
Recording Engineer: Bob Stone
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen

Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Computer-Synth, Vocal
Ike Willis - Rhtyhm Guitar, Vocal
Mike Keneally - Rhythm Guitar, Synth, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Vocal
Ed Mann - Vibes, Marimba, Electronic Percussion
Walt Fowler - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Synth
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Paul Carman - Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Baritone Sax
Albert Wing - Tenor Sax
Kurt McGettrick- Baritone Sax, Bass Sax, Contrabass Clarinet
Scott Thunes - Electric Bass, Mini-Moog
Chad Wackerman - Drums, Electronic Percussion

"Alien Orifice"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Frank Zappa Meets The Mothers Of Prevention"
The Palladium, NYC; 31 October 1981
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Marsk Pinske
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Ray White - Guitar, Vocal
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocal
Babby Martin - Keyboards, Sax, Vocals
Ed Mann - Percussion
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Catholic Girls"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Joe's Garage"
Tower Theater, Philadelphia; Winter, 1988
Original recording medium: 48 track digital
Recording Engineer: Bob Stone
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Computer-Synth, Vocal
Ike Willis - Rhythm Guitar, Vocal
Mike Keneally - Rhythm Guitar, Synth, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Vocal
Ed Mann - Vocals, Marimba, Electronic Percussion
Walt Fowler - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Synht
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Paul Carman - Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Baritone Sax
Albert Wing - Tenor Sax
Kurt McGettrick- Baritone Sax, Bass Sax, Contrabass Clarinet
Scott Thunes - Electric Bass, Mini-Moog
Chad Wackerman - Drums, Electronic Percussion

"Crew Slut"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Joe's Garage"
The Auditorium Theater Chicago; Winter, 1988
Original recording medium: 48 track digital
Recording Engineer: Bob Stone
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Computer-Synth, Vocal
Ike Willis - Rhythm Guitar, Vocal
Mike Keneally - Rhythm Guitar, Synth, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Vocal
Ed Mann - Vibes, Marimba, Electronic Percussion
Walt Fowler - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Synth
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Paul Carman - Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Baritone Sax
Albert Wing - Tenor Sax
Kurt McGettrick- Baritone Sax, Bass Sax, Contrabass Clarinet
Scott Thunes - Electric Bass, Mini-Moog
Chad Wackermann- Drums, Electronic Percussion

"Tryin' To Grow A Chin"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "Sheik Yerbouti"
The Palladium, NYC; Halloween, 1977
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Kerry McNab
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Spence Chrislu
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Adrian Belew - Guitar, Vocal
Tommy Mars - Keyboards
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Terry Bozzio - Drums

"Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "We're Only In It For The Money"
The Palladium, NYC; 31 October, 1978
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remote Facility: Record Plant Mobile
Remix Engineer: Joe Chicarelli
Remix Facility: Sun West Records, Los Angeles
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Vocal
Shankar - Electric Violin
Denny Walley - Slide Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Mars - Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Wolf - Keyboards
Ed Mann - Percussion
Arthur Barrow - Bass
Patrick O'Hearn- Bass
Vinnie Colaiuta- Drums

"Lisa's Life Story"
(Lisa Popeil/Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, 12/11/80
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: George Douglas
Remote Facility: 24 track analog in dressing room
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Conducter
Lisa Popeil - Dramatic Soprano
Ike Willis - Guitar
Ray White - Guitar
Steve Vai - Stunt Guitar
Tommy Mars - Keyboards
Bobby Martin - Sax
Scott Thunes - Bass
Chad Wackerman - Drums

"Lonesone Cowboy Nondo"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: Premiere Recording
Genoa, Italy; Summer, 1988
Original recording medium: 48 track digital
Recording Engineer: Bob Stone
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Lead Guitar, Computer Synth, Vocal
Ike Willis - Rhythm Guitar, Vocal
Mike Keneally - Rhythm Guitar, Synth, Vocal
Bobby Martin - Keyboards, Vocal
Ed Mann - Vibes, Marimba, Electronic Percussion
Walt Fowler - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Synth
Bruce Fowler - Trombone
Paul Carman - Alto Sax, Soprano Sax, Baritone Sax
Albert Wing - Tenor Sax
Kurt McGettrick- Baritone Sax, Bass Sax, Contrabass Clarinet
Scott Thunes - Electric Bass, Mini-Moog
Chad Wackerman - Drums, Electronic Percussion
and
Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles; 7 August 1971
Original recording medium: 4 track analog
Recording Engineer: Barry Keene
Remote Facility: Scully 4 track at mix console
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar
Jimmy Carl Black- Guest Vocal
Mark Volman - Vocal
Howard Kaylan - Vocal
Jim Pons - Bass, Vocal
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Ian Underwood - Keyboards, Alto Sax
Aynsley Dunbar - Drums

"Motels Finale"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "200 Motels"
Pauley Pavillion, UCLA
Original recording medium: 4 track analog
Recording Engineer: Barry Keene
Remote Facility: Scully 4 track at mix console
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
Remix Facility: Utility Muffin Research Kitchen
Frank Zappa - Guitar
Jimmy Carl Black- Guest Vocal
Mark Volman - Vocal
Howard Kaylan - Vocal
Jim Pons - Bass, Vocal
Don Preston - Keyboards, Electronics
Ian Underwood - Keyboards, Alto sax
Aynsley Dunbar - Drums

"Strictly Genteel"
(Frank Zappa)
Album in which song has appeared: "200 Motels"
The Palladium, NYC; 31 October 1981
Original recording medium: 24 track analog
Recording Engineer: Mark Pinske
Remote Facility: UMRK Mobile
Remix Engineer: Bob Stone
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 22:22 napisane przez Konrad Niemiec

    Szósta i ostatnia część zestawu YCDTOSA ukazała się w tym samym miesiącu co jej piąta część. Na tej szóstej części Zappa zakończył ten cykl i już do śmierci do niego nie powrócił.

    Kluczem przewodnim tego wydawnictwa jest płyta numer jeden. Zestaw utworów został tak dobrany, aby wszystkie opowiadały w bardziej lub mniej oczywisty sposób o seksie. Temat seksualny często pojawiał się w utworach Zappy, więc do wyboru Mistrz miał wiele tytułów, a każdy co najmniej z kilkunastu lub kilkudziesięciu występów. Na tym zestawie mamy już prawdziwy przekrój przez 18 lat kariery Zappy - od 1970 do 1988 roku. Jest tu jak zwykle kilka niepublikowanych wcześniej nagrań, a przede wszystkim wiele znakomitych wykonań znakomitych utworów. Już od samego zestawu tytułów robi się ciepło, a kiedy włączymy odtwarzacz i zaczniemy powoli zanurzać się w genialne koncertowe wersje, to prawie 140 minut mamy dla siebie. 140 minut uczty dla ucha, bez przegadanek, szeptów, zgrzytów, krzyków, szmerów, pisków - tylko czysta, żywa muzyka.

    Na drugiej płycie mamy także fragmenty znakomitego występu zespołu Zappy w Halloween w 1978 roku, gdzie wspomagał go Lavi Shankar. Więcej z tego koncertu ukazało się później na pośmiertnej płycie Halloween, wydanej w formacie DVD Audio.

    Muzycznie - kawał znakomitego grania, świetny dobór utworów, świetni muzycy i wszystko to za co kochamy Zappę. To płyta dla wszystkich, którą po prostu trzeba mieć i znać.

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