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1978 02 15 Berlin DE 153.39 SBD/AUD (jaypfunk-Drew51-DogBreath-WIU2B-flambay-mudsharknyc) ZTLS#511
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Post 2014-06-03 03:04   [Quote] 
Anyone else think Patrick's bass solo in "King Kong" here is reminiscent of Bowie's "Fame",albeit more upbeat and funky? This was the famous "Bowie/Belew" show where Bowie requested Ade's services after the tour. Also spawned a few "Bogus Bowie Letters" within the band in '79,80 and '88 . This show is...perfect. I'm hooked!

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Post 2014-06-13 21:35   [Quote] 
Soooo awesome! Thanks!

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Post 2014-11-11 22:15   [Quote] 
Erased mine! Happy to have this to retorrent. Thanks!

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Post 2015-03-16 11:41   [Quote] 
Thank you very much! I look forward to hearing the SY instrumentals in their original context. Speaking of which, Rubber Shirt is probably the bass solo from one of the long songs done live (Wild Love?).

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Post 2015-07-26 06:52   [Quote] 
Thank you everybody!
Good to be on board with this show!
Sheik era magic!

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Post 2015-07-26 11:10   [Quote] 
jazzlady wrote:
Thank you very much! I look forward to hearing the SY instrumentals in their original context. Speaking of which, Rubber Shirt is probably the bass solo from one of the long songs done live (Wild Love?).


the Rubber Shirt bass track is actually on overdub done on a 1974 Inca Roads solo (the Gothenburg one), ripped out of its original context and paired with an unrelated drum track.

The Inca Roads solo with the O'Hearn bass track is available (sourced from a radio broadcast) on the tracker.

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Post 2015-07-29 00:31   [Quote] 
Gwonam wrote:


the Rubber Shirt bass track is actually on overdub done on a 1974 Inca Roads solo (the Gothenburg one), ripped out of its original context and paired with an unrelated drum track.

The Inca Roads solo with the O'Hearn bass track is available (sourced from a radio broadcast) on the tracker.


True, here is the link.

BTW, the drum track seems to be an alternate take from the "Outside Now Demo" you can find here.
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Post 2015-07-29 17:54   [Quote] 
wow, thanks a lot..

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Post 2015-07-29 21:29   [Quote] 
SPECIAL NOTE: The bass part is extracted from a four track master of a performance from Goteborg, Sweden 1974 which I had Patrick O'Hearn overdub on a medium tempo guitar solo track in 4/4. The notes chosen were more or less specified during the overdub session, and so it was not completely an improvised "bass solo." A year and a half later, the bass track was peeled off the Swedish master and transferred to one track of another studio 24 track master for a slow song in 11/4. The result of this experimental re-synchronization (the same technique was used on the Zoot Allures album in "Friendly Little Finger") is the piece you are listening to. All of the sensitive, interesting interplay between the bass and drums never actually happened . . . also note, the guitar solo section of the song "Yo' Mama" on side four was done the same way.

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Post 2015-07-30 12:00   [Quote] 
Gwonam wrote:
jazzlady wrote:
Thank you very much! I look forward to hearing the SY instrumentals in their original context. Speaking of which, Rubber Shirt is probably the bass solo from one of the long songs done live (Wild Love?).


the Rubber Shirt bass track is actually on overdub done on a 1974 Inca Roads solo (the Gothenburg one), ripped out of its original context and paired with an unrelated drum track.

The Inca Roads solo with the O'Hearn bass track is available (sourced from a radio broadcast) on the tracker.


Thank you very much for the heads up on Rubber Shirt and the Inca Roads solo broadcast (which I DL).

I actually bought SY on the day the LP came out. I did not remember those liner notes. I did check the liner notes on my Japan mini-LP CD version recently though. I had to use a magnifying glass to read those miniature sleeve notes that came with the CD. It also makes me happy to have purchased nearly all of the Zappa collection on Japan mini-LP CDs (all through Broadway The Hard Way, plus a few more) because they do come with original album cover designs and inserts.

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Post 2015-07-31 11:36   [Quote] 
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Post 2015-08-03 20:32   [Quote] 
You! Hey, You! Thanks!!

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Many thanks
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Post 2017-03-05 15:31   [Quote] 
thank you to the past . . . from the future

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Post 2017-11-13 01:09   [Quote] 
Great show - Thank you
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