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Absolute Ensemble - 2004 09 18 Koeln Germany 137.30 Aud (amaretto)  
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amaretto
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Post 2007-07-16 13:32   [Quote] 
Absolute Ensemble featuring Mike Keneally and Napoleon Murphy Brock
conducted by Kristjan Järvi

'Absolute Zappa'
Reihe Akzente
Köln, Germany
18 September 2004

Absolute Ensemble:

Vesselin Gellev: violin
Shalini Vijayan: violin
Edmundo Ramirez: viola
Ann Kim: cello
Hayley Melitta Reid: flute, piccolo
Keve Wilson: oboe
Michiyo Suzuki: clarinet, sax
Marianne Gythfeld: clarinet
Martin Kuuskmann: piccolo-bassoon
Damien Primis: contra-bassoon
Ann Ellsworth: horn
Charles Porter: trumpet
Mike Seltzer: trombone
Adam Ben-David: piano, keyboards
Gene Pritsker: guitar, voice
Mat Fieldes: bass guitar, double bass
Damien Bassman: drums, percussion
Pablo Rieppi: percussion

with:

Napoleon Murphy Brock: sax, flute, voice
Mike Keneally: guitar, voice

Kristjan Järvi: conductor, sampler & voice

intro
Filthy Habits (arr. Gene Pritsker)
intro
Don't You Ever Wash That Thing? (arr. Charles Coleman)
Dog Meat Variations (arr. Ali N. Askin orchestrated Charles Coleman)
Inca Roads (arr. Gene Pritsker)
While You Were Art I (arr. Charlie Porter)
Teenage Prostitute (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Planet Of The Baritone Women (arr. Gene Pritsker)
G-Spot Tornado (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Uncle Remus (arr. Charles Coleman)
T'mershi Duween (arr. David Rozenblatt)
Catholic Girls (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Muffin Man (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Dirty Love (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Outside Now (arr. Gene Pritsker)
intro
Revised Music For Low Budget Symphony Orchestra (arr. Ali N. Askin orchestrated Charles Coleman)
Theme From Lumpy Gravy (arr. Charles Coleman)
Rdnzl (arr. Charles Coleman)
Duke Of Prunes (arr. Charles Coleman)
Cosmik Debris (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Packard Goose (arr. Gene Pritsker)
band introduction

encores:
Montana (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Peaches En Regalia (arr. Gene Pritsker)
Theme From Lumpy Gravy (arr. Charles Coleman)

line-up and tracklisting information as in http://www.united-mutations.com/a/absolute_ensemble.htm
sound is very good, but lineage is unknown to me: cdr trade > EAC (wav) > Trader's Lttle Helper (flac)
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Post 2007-07-16 13:36   [Quote] 
amaretto, let me be the first to say THANKS for this interesting show, cant wait to hear it!

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Post 2007-07-16 20:35   [Quote] 
Yeah....gotta agree w/ sibbz.....can't wait to hear it! Looks real good. rollo
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Post 2007-07-16 22:06   [Quote] 
Thx for sharing, amaretto.

And thx to flomukati for leeching again the most time without tracker registration (I already have noticed this many times). You really know what is pretty fine for your share ratio.
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Post 2007-07-17 06:05   [Quote] 
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Post 2007-07-17 08:27   [Quote] 
kanzia, flomukati is seeding the max seeds possible (25) maybe thats why its looks strange.

flomukati, please jump off some old seeds and we see if its looks better.

I for one don't think there is any faul play involved here
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Post 2007-07-17 09:04   [Quote] 
BowTieDad wrote:

"kanzia, flomukati is seeding the max seeds possible (25) maybe thats why its looks strange. "

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You're telling nonsense, BowTieDad (I'm terrible sorry to say that so clearly),

flomukati was leeching (like I've had noticed in many cases before) without registration to the tracker for a long time. He was connected to the clients of the registered users without being shown on tracker info (neither as an active leecher nor as downloader). This guy is systematically active on more than the allowed number of downloads (I know what's going on, because I have the time to check it while I'm working in my office), most of his download of many shows is not registered for his share ratio.

Although you are a site admin with a really nice share ratio, you should better check the case seriously before telling us that everything is going fine. Please recognize that some other zappateers users already have discussed this strange situation on the tracker, even if dht function of their clients is disabled. The limitation of the number of allowed downloads doesn't work at zappateers if I compare it with other trackers. If you like I can show you every time how to manage to get a new show downloaded without any registration for my share ratio or with only minor bits being recognized by the tracker. Obviously more than a couple of users know this, too. It's pretty easy to find out.
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Post 2007-07-17 09:24   [Quote] 
Kanzia wrote:
You're telling nonsense, BowTieDad (I'm terrible sorry to say that so clearly),

No offence taken. And I don't doubt you checked before accusing any one.

Its hard for me to believe that some one can sink so low to take advantage from people thats only intention is to share good music.

This will be discussed in the admin circle.
And I hope mr.flomukati can come up with a good explanation.
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Post 2007-07-23 07:10   [Quote] 
I hear wolves.......
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Post 2010-11-17 03:48   [Quote] 
Thanks Enema Bandit for reseeding this! prost party2
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Post 2010-11-17 14:18   [Quote] 
Probably the best version of T'Mershi Duween I've ever heard. The arrangement takes it to a whole new level. While You Were Art is also outstanding. IMHO bravo
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Post 2012-07-10 07:37   [Quote] 
franktomatozappa wrote:
While You Were Art is also outstanding.

Agreed. Thanks for sharing!

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Post 2012-07-10 14:34   [Quote] 
I wonder why they stopped doing FZ. They do (or did) a series of these Absolute xxx (insert composer) concerts. Gail again? Patricia, the loveable dog from The Perfect Stranger (and others!), dancing
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