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Frank Zappa - Does Humor Belong In Music? (CD, Album, RE, RM) - USED

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Frank Zappa - Does Humor Belong In Music? (CD, Album, RE, RM) - USED

€9.98

Released: 2012
Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Sleeve condition: Near Mint
Media condition: Near Mint

Tracklist:
[1] Zoot Allures
[2] Tinsel Town Rebellion
[3] Trouble Every Day
[4] Penguin In Bondage
[5] Hot Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel
[6] What's New In Baltimore?
[7] Cock-Sucker's Ball
[8] WPLJ
[9] Let's Move To Cleveland
[10] Whipping Post

This album originally released 1986.
Source: 1994 1630 Digital Master.

100% Digital, 100% LIVE, with no overdubs.

This is Official Release #45

These songs were selected from the repertoire of the 1984 World Tour. Over a six month period, many hours of exciting live material was recorded in a 24 track digital format. It took another six months to remix it onto PCM 1610 digital 2 track masters. If you enjoy this recording, be advised that there is a lot more lurking in the vault. These tunes were selected because they follow the basic outline of the "DOES HUMOR BELONG IN MUSIC?" PMI/ICA video tape, as well as presenting some new, unreleased material. The recording dates were:

The Odeon Hammersmith, London, England, 8/10/84
The Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island, 26/10/84
Amherst College, Lowell, Massachusetts, 28/10/84
The Tower Theater, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 10/11/84
The Bismark Theater, Chicago, Illinois, 23/11/84
The Boy Front Arena, St. Petersburg, Florida, 1/12/84
The Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington, 17/12/84
Queen Elizabeth Theater, Vancouver, British Columbia, 18/12/84
The Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California, 23/12/84

Song Information:
ZOOT ALLURES - head is from London, solo from Providence
TINSEL-TOWN REBELLION - body of tune is from Chicago Illinois, ending is from Seattle
TROUBLE EVERY DAY - verses from St. Petersburg, solo from London
PENGUIN IN BONDAGE - vocal sections from Vancouver and St. Petersburg, solo from Vancouver
GREEN HOTEL - Vancouver
BALTIMORE - front of tune is from Los Angeles, vocals from Philadelphia, solo is from Los Angeles
COCK-SUCKERS' BALL - Los Angeles
WPLJ - Los Angeles
CLEVELAND - intro from Los Angeles, piano solo from St. Petersburg, drum solo from Vancouver, guitar solo from Amherst College, out chorus from Los Angeles
WHIPPIN' POST - Los Angeles (the last song of the last show of the last tour)


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