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Pepe Nusbaum
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Post 2012-12-19 17:08   [Quote] 
checking this out right now. Old curiosity shoppe or the segment drdork was referencing is from RAH 69 and is end part of the walking zombie music track 4. So drdork guessed correctly because that would logically be called old curiosty shoppe...anyway then track 5 comes which actually has name of Old curiosity shoppe but is a jam/Frank solo from chi town 71....

Uncle Rhebus on right now Frank is geting funky on the guitar! Woohoo

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Post 2012-12-19 17:20   [Quote] 
Picked up the cd last night and listened. Some great stuff here for sure. I am curious about track 2 on disc 2 . . "Enigmas 1 Thru 5" - Recorded Sept. 1968, Sunset Sound, L.A. Engineer - Jerry Hansen.
FZ - Conductor, Performer. Art Tripp - Percussion. The first thing that struck me upon listening to the track was how much it reminded me of the percussion added to the An Evening With Wild Man Fischer album. I did pull out the original LP of that album and looked at the liner notes. The recording info is the same year and location. I wonder if it is some of the same material (I did not yet compare).
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Post 2012-12-19 18:20   [Quote] 
Great! I was able to piece together the whole thing from start to finish (They have edited Don's organ vamp to cut right on Frank's solo or "Baked Bean Boogie"...) in 4 different edit for a monster 29: 21 Uncle Meat/King Kong Razz Considering that the Uncle Rhebus bit after the (false?) ending is from the same concert...Of course there is a very slight difference on the speed but it sounds real nice all in all... tunes
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Post 2012-12-19 18:49   [Quote] 
I'll take a copy of that Smile

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEr7ym4-r5I

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Post 2012-12-19 19:40   [Quote] 
Well Pepe, all I really had to do was to put both songs in the Garage Band application on my Mac and compare them then editing to have the whole thing together without missing a beat...this gives me a AIF wave which is then converted to m4 for my ITune listening....Of course I could burn the AIF waves on a CD as well Smile
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Post 2012-12-19 19:57   [Quote] 
"The Subcutaneous Peril" here seems to be a combo of FZ's Pound solo with the King Kong solos by Don, Aynsley and FZ, from Carnegie Hall. And it is in pseudo stereo here rather than mono (as it appears on the ZFT release).
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Post 2012-12-19 20:58   [Quote] 
drdork wrote:
BobM wrote:
4. There Is No Heaven From Where Slogans Go To Die 4:37 68/69 10 piece band with guest Dave Samuels on vibes

Samuels says he didn't play with FZ before 1976. If this is from Columbia University, the date is 2/14/69.


I see the liner notes mention that they borrowed info from later FZ releases, so the Dave Samuels credit is presumably sourced from the YCDTOSA series rather than from any notes FZ made in 1972.

The notes mention that the Chicago May 1971 gig was recorded on cassette.
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Post 2012-12-20 01:54   [Quote] 
make believe record scratch ha ha. Much better than slamming door I think. They should of used record scratch on road tapes too it's more tolerable, natural and cool.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVafHLqjRmc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEr7ym4-r5I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pdx7M5ufDfQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ip7U-aAMTc
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Post 2012-12-20 01:55   [Quote] 
I have to say I enjoy this release, but I think ROAD TAPES beats this.

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Post 2012-12-20 01:59   [Quote] 
I agree with you Mondo...and also with you Pepe cheers
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Post 2012-12-20 03:59   [Quote] 
Got it today

Sound is good for what it is (YCDTOSA style). Mastering is ok but once again when dealing with a album with many different source tapes and recording styles its more with getting the audio to flow with each other. I think its a great release but once again where does it fit in? Where is this from? And how did Zappa intend to release it? Frank accounted for the record breaks so this was made before the cd era. Maybe another record that took many forms but this is the most pure version? Sorry for the more questions then answers post but who gives a fuck anyway it has been released and those who want it can buy it and ENJOY it.

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Post 2012-12-20 13:29   [Quote] 
joesmith wrote:
Got it today

Sound is good for what it is (YCDTOSA style). Mastering is ok but once again when dealing with a album with many different source tapes and recording styles its more with getting the audio to flow with each other. I think its a great release but once again where does it fit in? Where is this from? And how did Zappa intend to release it? Frank accounted for the record breaks so this was made before the cd era. Maybe another record that took many forms but this is the most pure version? Sorry for the more questions then answers post but who gives a fuck anyway it has been released and those who want it can buy it and ENJOY it.
it will be interesting to hear the vinyl version mentioned by Joe if its an analogue to analogue without a digital interface them we will hear it as originally envisaged...
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Post 2012-12-20 13:50   [Quote] 
number1823 wrote:
Picked up the cd last night and listened. Some great stuff here for sure. I am curious about track 2 on disc 2 . . "Enigmas 1 Thru 5" - Recorded Sept. 1968, Sunset Sound, L.A. Engineer - Jerry Hansen.
FZ - Conductor, Performer. Art Tripp - Percussion. The first thing that struck me upon listening to the track was how much it reminded me of the percussion added to the An Evening With Wild Man Fischer album. I did pull out the original LP of that album and looked at the liner notes. The recording info is the same year and location. I wonder if it is some of the same material (I did not yet compare).


Hi all

First post here, but been lurking for many a year, received FM's yesterday & upon listening to Enigmas you can tell that portions of it crop up on Burnt Weeny Sandwich (sped up of course) under the guitar solo during Theme From BWS.
I expect bits n' bobs were also utilised on the WMF album - lets face it, FZ pretty much used everything!

Cheers

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Post 2012-12-20 14:25   [Quote] 
My copy has just arrived from G&S Music.

Currently listening to the Old Curiosity Shoppe and I am in Zappa heaven!

How the hell can a "Cassette" recording from 1971 sound THAT good???

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Post 2012-12-20 14:36   [Quote] 
joesmith wrote:
Got it today

Sound is good for what it is (YCDTOSA style). Mastering is ok but once again when dealing with a album with many different source tapes and recording styles its more with getting the audio to flow with each other. I think its a great release but once again where does it fit in? Where is this from? And how did Zappa intend to release it? Frank accounted for the record breaks so this was made before the cd era. Maybe another record that took many forms but this is the most pure version? Sorry for the more questions then answers post but who gives a fuck anyway it has been released and those who want it can buy it and ENJOY it.


It was compiled in 1972 to be released as a double record set.

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