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Tunoeres
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Post 2012-10-11 22:00   [Quote] 
Thanks a lot. Great job.
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Post 2013-04-23 17:02   [Quote] 
And another still seeded for us latecomers. Youse Guyz are da best
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Post 2014-07-10 05:58   [Quote] 
Thanks for sharing! Peace. blues tunes clap

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Post 2015-01-05 01:12   [Quote] 
pbuzby wrote:
I checked on this briefly last night and it sounds like the Pound theme may be from 1979 02 18 (L) London, but it's hard to tell due to the poor sound of the audience tape circulating for that part of the show.


Agreed. And track 9 is from 1979 02 17 London. The Improv begins at around the 10:00 mark of Pound on the tracker version seeded here: http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=9770

Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously is from 1980 12 11 (L) Santa Monica.
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Post 2015-01-05 01:46   [Quote] 
jonnington wrote:
pbuzby wrote:
I checked on this briefly last night and it sounds like the Pound theme may be from 1979 02 18 (L) London, but it's hard to tell due to the poor sound of the audience tape circulating for that part of the show.


Agreed. And track 9 is from 1979 02 17 London. The Improv begins at around the 10:00 mark of Pound on the tracker version seeded here: http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=9770

Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously is from 1980 12 11 (L) Santa Monica.


Thanks for checking on those.
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Post 2018-04-01 20:15   [Quote] 
This, plus the rest of the 'radio show', was made available today as part of the 'digital vault pass' for backers of the Alex Winter movie. So, it was definitely put together by FZ 'circa 1981', though no broadcast details are given.
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Post 2018-04-02 15:51   [Quote] 
epistrophy wrote:
This, plus the rest of the 'radio show', was made available today as part of the 'digital vault pass' for backers of the Alex Winter movie. So, it was definitely put together by FZ 'circa 1981', though no broadcast details are given.


Thanks. Is there anything else unreleased in the radio show as they have it there?
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Post 2018-04-02 17:07   [Quote] 
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Thanks. Is there anything else unreleased in the radio show as they have it there?


I should say so - the full length of the show is around 75 minutes. Full listing as below:

Radio Show 1981 (Part 1/5)
Compiled & Produced by Frank Zappa, circa 1981.
Source: 1/4” 2-Track Stereo Analog Masters
Filled with alternate edits and mixes of released material as well as unreleased stuff!
1. No Problem/She’s Not There
(Civic Arena, Dallas, TX, 10-17-80)
2. The Dangerous Kitchen
(Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX, 10-16-80)
3. Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously?
(Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, 12-11-80)
4. Armadillo Music
(Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX, 10-16-80)
5. Nite Owl
(Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, 12-11-80)
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5. Radio Show 1981 (Part 2/5)
Compiled & Produced by Frank Zappa, circa 1981.
Source: 1/4” 2-Track Stereo Analog Masters
1. The Jazz Discharge Party Hats
(University Union Auditorium, Normal IL, 11-21-80)
2. I Have Been In You
(The Palladium, New York City, October 1978)
3. Pound For A Brown
(Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, Feb 1979)
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6. Radio Show 1981 (Part 3/5)
Compiled & Produced by Frank Zappa, circa 1981.
Source: 1/4” 2-Track Stereo Analog Masters
"A cool note about the radio shows: every now and then, you might hear a glitch in the audio. That’s actually FZ himself making edits!"
1. Bobby Brown
(Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, 12-11-80)
2. Ms. Pinky
(Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, 12-11-80)
3. Dead Girls Of London
(Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, Feb 1979)
4. Florentine Pogen
(Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, Feb 1979)
5. Magic Fingers
(Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, 12-5-80)
6. You Are What You Is
(Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica. CA, 12-11-80)
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7. Radio Show 1981 (Part 4/5)
Compiled & Produced by Frank Zappa, circa 1981.
Source: 1/4” 2-Track Stereo Analog Masters
1. Thirteen/Pound For A Brown (Solos)
(The Palladium, New York City, October 1978)
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8. Radio Show 1981 (Part 5/5)
Compiled & Produced by Frank Zappa, circa 1981.
Source: 1/4” 2-Track Stereo Analog Masters
1. Jumbo Go Away
(Hammersmith Odeon, London, England, Feb 1979)
2. If Only She Woulda
(Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, 12-5-80)
3. I Don’t Wanna Get Drafted
(Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, 12-5-80)
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Post 2018-04-02 19:57   [Quote] 
Can sombody confirm the lenghts/size of all 10 "Digital Vault Pass" MP3 tracks please?

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Radio Show 1981 Part 1.mp3 [18:37 / 26.185 KB]
Radio Show 1981 Part 2.mp3 [11:41 / 16.440 KB]
Radio Show 1981 Part 3.mp3 [17:28 / 27.795 KB]
Radio Show 1981 Part 4.mp3 [18:18 / 25.746 KB]
Radio Show 1981 Part 5.mp3 [09:01 / 12.683 KB]

When I first downloaded, Part 3 was not complete,
although the download was finished.

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FZ Interview WRVR NYC 1967 Off Air.mp3 [15:19 / 21.557 KB]

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Oh No Palace Theater 7-20-84.mp3 [02:22 / 3.332 KB]

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Pound For A Brown Sleeping In A Jar Buffalo 70.mp3 [10:35 / 14.899 KB]

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Stucco Homes Alternate Edit.mp3 [15:24 / 21.661 KB]

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Vancouver Radio.mp3 [16:28 / 23.167 KB]

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Post 2018-04-02 20:05   [Quote] 
What's "Vancouver Radio"? The 1975 10 01 show?
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Post 2018-04-02 20:30   [Quote] 
pbuzby wrote:
What's "Vancouver Radio"? The 1975 10 01 show?

10. Vancouver Radio
Taped by FZ on the road.
Source: 5 inch Reel-to Reel 1/4” Stereo Analog Tape
The Mothers go to a Vancouver B.C. radio station to be guest disc jockeys on September 19, 1970.
Voices: FZ, Howard Kaylan, Mark Volman, Aynsley Dunbar, Jeff Simmons, Ian Underwood, Dick Barber
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Post 2018-04-02 20:30   [Quote] 
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Can sombody confirm the lenghts/size of all 10 "Digital Vault Pass" MP3 tracks please?


Yes - you have the right timings there.

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What's "Vancouver Radio"? The 1975 10 01 show?


Vancouver Radio

Taped by FZ on the road.

Source: 5 inch Reel-to Reel 1/4” Stereo Analog Tape

The Mothers go to a Vancouver B.C. radio station to be guest disc jockeys on September 19, 1970.

Voices: FZ, Howard Kaylan, Mark Volman, Aynsley Dunbar, Jeff Simmons, Ian Underwood, Dick Barber
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Post 2018-04-02 20:31   [Quote] 
epistrophy wrote:
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Can sombody confirm the lenghts/size of all 10 "Digital Vault Pass" MP3 tracks please?

Yes - you have the right timings there.

Thanks!
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Post 2018-04-05 00:55   [Quote] 
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2. If Only She Woulda
(Community Theater, Berkeley, CA, 12-5-80)


Hearing this I was surprised to find that it is only the final verse, no solos.
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Post 2018-04-05 01:44   [Quote] 
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Hearing this I was surprised to find that it is only the final verse, no solos.


That is interesting yes.
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