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Frank Zappa - You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore Vol. 3 (Disc 1)

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Scan submitted/created by [luna]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Rykodisc
Reference :RCD10565
Date :1989
Made In :USA
Quality :Stereo
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 66:28

Comments


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Sharleena(Zappa)
8:53
Song
Regular
23 Dec 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA, December 23, 1984.
2.
Bamboozled By Love(Zappa/Rabin/Horn/Anderson/Squire)
6:06
Song
Regular
23 Nov 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984. Includes a quote from Owner Of A Lonely Heart (Rabin/Horn/Anderson/Squire).
3.
Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up(Zappa)
2:52
Song
Regular
23 Nov 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984.
4.
Advance Romance(Zappa)
6:58
Song
Regular
23 Nov & 18 Dec 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984 & Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, December 18, 1984. Includes quotes from the Calabrian Tarantella (trad.) & I'll Tumble 4 Ya (Hay/Moss/Craig/O'Dowd).
5.
Bobby Brown Goes Down(Zappa)
2:44
Song
Regular
17 Dec 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington, December 17, 1984.
6.
Keep It Greasey(Zappa)
3:30
Song
Regular
26 Aug & 17 Dec 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at The Pier, NYC, August 26, 1984 & Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington, December 17, 1984. Includes quotes from the William Tell Overture (Rossini) & Midnight Sun (Hampton/Burke/Mercer).
7.
Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me?(Zappa)
4:16
Song
Regular
25-26 Aug 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at The Pier, NYC, August 25-26, 1984. Includes a quote from The Twilight Zone (Constant).
8.
In France(Zappa)
3:01
Song
Regular
23 Nov 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984. Includes a quote from La Marseillaise (de Lisle).
9.
Drowning Witch(Zappa)
9:22
Song
Regular
3 Jul 1982, 23 Nov &
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984; Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington, December 17, 1984 & Stadio Communale, Bolzano, Italy, July 3, 1982. Includes quotes from a Hawaiian Punch commercial & from Rite Of Spring (Stravinsky).
10.
Ride My Face To Chicago(Zappa)
4:22
Song
Regular
23 Nov 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984.
11.
Carol, You Fool(Zappa)
4:06
Song
Regular
23 Nov 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984.
12.
Chana In De Bushwop(Zappa/Zappa)
4:52
Song
Regular
23 Nov 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984.
13.
Joe's Garage(Zappa)
2:20
Song
Regular
23 Nov 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984.
14.
Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?(Zappa)
3:06
Song
Regular
23 Nov & 17 Dec 1984
Frank Zappa
Recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois, November 23, 1984 & Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington, December 17, 1984.
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Reviews

Review by: ringoswigOn 22 Jan 2007 at 00:50 CET
FRANK ZAPPA — You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 3
Review by Syzygy (Chris Gleeson)
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Zeuhl/RIO Specialist
This instalment of the YCDTOSA is drawn mainly from the touring bands of the late 70s to mid 80s, who can be heard on albums like Tinseltown Rebellion and Them or Us. While this was one of the slickest outfits Zappa ever assembled, there was little of the inspired musicianship of many of the 70s bands or the manic energy of the original MOI. The material was largely Zappa's take on stadium rock, with lots of juvenile humour and odd time signatures, but it was tame stuff by Zappa's standards.

Even on an off day, Zappa was still capable of producing the goods, and disc 1 features a storming version of Drowning Witch edited together from 2 separate performances in 1982 and 1984, an energetic reading of Sharleena with a surprisingly good solo from a 15 year old Dweezil and an interesting medley of Bambiozled by Love/Owner of a Lonely Heart. Other than that there are songs which were better performed on Sheik Yerbouti and Joe's Garage, and alternate versions of early 80s material with little to reccommend them.

Disc 2 is more rewarding, as it features some performances from the 'Roxy" band alongside the 80s line up. The disc opens with an excellent sequence of Dickie's Such an Asshole, a remarkable Terry Bozzio drum solo and Zoot Allures. From there we're back into the same territory as disc 1 until the excellent 24 minute King Kong, which splices together several different performances from different line ups, and the proceedings end with a pretty good version of Cosmic Debris from the 1984 band.

This is really 1 disc of good material stretched across 2 cds. To hear the early 80s line ups really cooking, check out the entirely instrumental Guitar, and if you're a fan of Zapa's dirty jokes Have I Offended Someone is a better bet. There's enough good material on here to justify owning a copy, but overall it's a disappointing instalment of the YCDTOSA series.



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Filename: RCD10565
Originally filled by: luna
Date of creation: 22 Jan 2004 03:48:43
Last filled by: luna
Last Revision Date : 22 Jan 2004 03:49:58
Online on : 22 Jan 2004
Type of media: Official CD


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