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1982 05 30 Cap d'Agde 109.53 Aud (Yojimbo) ZTLS #816
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Yojimbo
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Post 2007-11-25 18:03   [Quote] 
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30-May 1982, Les Arenes, Cap d'Agde, France
110 min, Aud, B+
Zoot Allures, Broken Hearts Are For Assholes, Montana, Easy Meat, Bobby Brown, Joe's Garage, Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?, City Of Tiny Lights (solo on YCDTOSA #5), Pound For A Brown, Sofa, Harder Than Your Husband, Bamboozled By Love, Let's Move To Cleveland, Tinseltown Rebellion, Approximate, Cosmik Debris, The Closer You Are, Johnny Darling, Tell Me You Love Me, Strictly Genteel, No No Cherry, The Man From Utopia Meets Mary Lou, The Illinois Enema Bandit

Lineage: Audience tape, TDK SA (unknown, but allegedly low gen)->Denon DRM800A->Creative SB Live->SoundForge (normalizing, speed correction, editing, tracking)->FLAC Frontend lvl 7

Here's a review I wrote back in 2000:

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After an interesting deviation yesterday, Frank once again decides to use Zoot Allures as show-opener. The result can be heard on YCTDOSA #3, one of those excellent solos that has made me reevaluate my
conviction that 1975/76 was the best tour for Zoots. After some rather amusing intro talk from FZ, the band serves us a long string of crowd pleasers (Hearts/Montana/Meat/Brown/Garage/Pee). The only thing of interest here is Frank's Easy Meat solo, a rather laid-back affair, nicely interspersed with some aggressive outbursts - great!

One more solo from this show was released - the one in City Of Tiny Lights, which showed up on YCDTOSA #5. I like this solo - from its first quirkily melodic line, it works its way through an interesting landscape of melodies, often seeming to build in intensity, but Frank manages to stay
unusually low-key throughout. Pound For A Brown brings two long solos, one from Bobby and one from Frank. Bobby has found a nice electric organ sound on his synth, and delivers a pretty good solo, with a long scatting/singing along section. Frank's solo is really good, dense and intense, and quite funky in a Zappy way.

For Bamboozled By Love, FZ once again shows his more thoughtful, calm side, with an odd (but cool!) solo. By now, we begin to wonder whether Frank is having a low-key evening or if he's been saving energy
for something. The answer comes in a monstrous Young & Monde, where FZ releases most of the pressure he's been building up - for 7 1/2 minutes, he makes his guitar scream with pain and agony, using his whole bag of tricks; feedback, whammy-bar, loops, and those twisted little melodies no one else could have thought of. Excellent!

Unfortunately, it's pretty much downhill from here - a long string of songs that are good, but lack solos or any other deviations. We get one more solo, a very good one, in the show-closing Enema Bandit. But with
Frank in a great soloing shape, the number of guitar solos (7) is a little disappointment. His playing is unusually nuanced tonight, and it would be interesting to hear what a Sinister Footwear, a Sharleena or a Clownz would sound like. Still, a very good show on a very good-sounding tape. Being rather sparsely circulated, I would call this tape one of the hidden gems of this tour.


01 Zoot Allures
02 Broken Hearts Are For Assholes
03 Montana
04 Easy Meat
05 Bobby Brown
06 Joe's Garage
07 Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?
08 City Of Tiny Lights (tape flip @ 8:27)
09 Pound For A Brown
10 Sofa
11 Harder Than Your Husband
12 Bamboozled By Love
13 Let's Move To Cleveland (tape change - cuts at end)
14 Tinseltown Rebellion (fades in)
15 Approximate
16 Cosmik Debris
17 The Closer You Are
18 Johnny Darling
19 Tell Me You Love Me
20 Strictly Genteel
21 No No Cherry
22 The Man From Utopia Meets Mary Lou
23 The Illinois Enema Bandit

Samples history:
Yojimbo: http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=10622
Chunga's Revenge: http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=10687
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Post 2007-11-25 18:09   [Quote] 
What a week end !!

So i'm the first to THANK YOU

Thanks for the 3 last seeds !!!!! (So Yojimbo, Flambay, Drew)

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Post 2007-11-25 18:42   [Quote] 
Woohoo! Great!!!
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Post 2007-11-25 18:44   [Quote] 
I'm Not The Biggest Fan Of The 80's Band
But When You Say
Volume 5 I Jump!

The City Of Tiny Lites Into Pound For A Brown Can't Be Beat!
Rather Than Start A New Topic, Just To Ask A Questionk It Here

Who Plays The Guitar Solo On Pound For A Brown - The One On
YCDTOA Vol. 5?
I'm Talking About The One That Starts At 6:15 Seconds (Off The Top Of My Head...)
I Think It Is Vai, But More Than Likely I Could Be Wrong...

Thanks!
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Post 2007-11-25 18:56   [Quote] 
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Who Plays The Guitar Solo On Pound For A Brown - The One On
YCDTOA Vol. 5?
I'm Talking About The One That Starts At 6:15 Seconds (Off The Top Of My Head...)
I Think It Is Vai, But More Than Likely I Could Be Wrong...

It's Ray White - you can hear him scat along with his solo for a while.
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Post 2007-11-25 18:58   [Quote] 
tack YJ Wink

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Post 2007-11-25 19:09   [Quote] 
Thanks Yojimbo
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Post 2007-11-25 19:46   [Quote] 
Yojimbo wrote:
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Who Plays The Guitar Solo On Pound For A Brown - The One On
YCDTOA Vol. 5?
I'm Talking About The One That Starts At 6:15 Seconds (Off The Top Of My Head...)
I Think It Is Vai, But More Than Likely I Could Be Wrong...

It's Ray White - you can hear him scat along with his solo for a while.


I Think We Are Thinking Of Different Solos I'm Gonna Take A Listen...

Okay, Are You Telling Me That Ray Does The First Solo At 1:13? If So, That's More Than I Expected Out Of Him On Guitar! (Silly Me!)
That One Starts At 1:13, And He Starts Scatting At 1:41
Another Solo Starts At 2:29 - I Thought That Was Frank, But I Could Be Wrong...

The Solo I Asked About However Starts At 6:05, Kinda An Outro Solo, Because They Go Into Doreen...

nothing Gets Me Off Quite Like That Solo.
As A Matter Of Fact The Whole Bassy Funky Vibe Preceding It Is Just Too Much For Words!

You Have Been A Busy Man Yojimbo
Thanks For Taking Some Time To Answer A Somewhat Dumb Question!
Have A Big Bayerische Mass Bro, You Deserve It!
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Post 2007-11-25 19:56   [Quote] 
Thank you very much!
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Post 2007-11-25 20:07   [Quote] 
Thanks ... cheers
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Post 2007-11-25 20:15   [Quote] 
Tack!
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Post 2007-11-25 21:19   [Quote] 
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The Solo I Asked About However Starts At 6:05, Kinda An Outro Solo, Because They Go Into Doreen...
That's FZ on guitar

The whole Pound on YCDTOSA Vol.5 is from 1982 07 03 Bolzano, but edited.
Check the full un-edited solo there..

Back to Cap d'Agde: Thanks again for this seed, Yojimbo prost
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Post 2007-11-25 21:27   [Quote] 
flambay wrote:
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The Solo I Asked About However Starts At 6:05, Kinda An Outro Solo, Because They Go Into Doreen...
That's FZ on guitar

The whole Pound on YCDTOSA Vol.5 is from 1982 07 03 Bolzano, but edited.
Check the full un-edited solo there..

Back to Cap d'Agde: Thanks again for this seed, Yojimbo prost


I Thought Is Was Vai, That Geos To Show You Never Bet Against Frank!

Something Seemed Different About It Though!

btw I Do Have 1982 07 03 - Thanks To ZAPPATEERS !

Thanks To You flambay!
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Post 2007-11-26 13:42   [Quote] 
What a weekend. Mark this down, last weekend of November 2007, show heaven, spanning 10 years, holy shit.

I am 50, so I bought Freak Out when it was new. I saw FZ 22 times live. I got nearly 750 concerts now, so I have heard a lot of FZ. Most of the people I work with are 30's or under. They have heard the name Zappa, but most commonly would say Yellow Snow, or Camarillo, Valley Girl etc. Of course you know they go on about Halen, and those like him with the 128th notes yadda yadda.

I took the solo out of Black Page Balzano, i.e. Them or Us, and this one here out of Cleveland. 6 minutes or more, of a man possessed, on a mission. These is shit coming out of Franks heart into the musical lore for generations to come. I am, for lack of more politically correct ways to say it, fucking blown away. I played it for them, and they just stood there with this blank look, like a deer in the headlights, like just being run over by a truck. I heard a wow or two. So Eddie does 7000 notes in 30 seconds, Vai too, but no one did that. Could you imagine a new kid picking up a guitar, asking their teacher to teach them Eruption, Bettencourt's Play With Me or something similar, then having the teacher saying, you want passion, imagination, try to learn this instead.

My deepest sincerest thanks to all who have that passion and desire to put this stuff out for us to enjoy. There are parts of heaven you will NOT find anywhere from the 78-82 run coming out of this musical genious you will not find anywhere out of anyone. How apt could the phrase AAAFNRAA truly be.
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Post 2007-11-26 14:15   [Quote] 
Another 82' jewel...Many many thanks Yojimbo.
After reading the reviews in http://zappastuff.iwarp.com/tapes.htm , i'm still wait for Gothemburg :p
In the meantime welcome to this.

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