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1977 11 19 Stanford CA 128.13 Aud (Yojimbo-fl-ZP) ZTLS #330
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Post 2008-08-21 01:55   [Quote] 
Frank Zappa
November 19th, 1977
Maples Pavilion, Stanford University
Stanford, CA


"Give me November 1977 or give me death"
-Patrick O'Herny, Revolutionary
bass player

Here's yet another winner from November 1977. What can a man possibly say about this tour and this band? Incredible seven ways from next Sunday.

Tonight marks the triumphant return of the instrumental Conehead - one of my favorite guitar solo vamps. What ass this would have kicked as an opener in Fall 1980, or as a second set opener in 1988. The solos throughout are great - Torture is long and spooky, City of Tiny Lights is some damn good ol' fashioned rock n' roll, Pound is good n' jazzy (dig that Rhapsody in Blue quote at 2:08!!), Wild Love is twenty five minutes of solo-infused intensity, and Envelopes is good and long and weird. Frank's in a great mood tonight - "no, listen, I ain't afraid of you at all - as a matter of fact, I really like you, especially because of the way you were playing drums on that last song! As a matter of fact, it was so good, if you didn't have that stupid mask on, I'd come up there and kiss you".

Oddly enough, and in stark contrast to the cut-filled tape from the previous night, this show seems to be without a single significant cut. A few tiny micro-cuts in Bobby Brown, Wild Love and Punky's Whips, none of which loses more than a second, and generous overlap around each tape side. Tag-team tapers? One taper with two decks? Four tapers with half a deck each? Who knows - maybe all of the above!

And, for our semi-mandatory second opinion, I yield the floor to Mr. Jay Jones of the (still defunct but never forgotten) Frank Zappa Tape Reviewing Society:

Jay Jones wrote:
Pretty Decent sound quality Aud. recording of an interesting show.
Flakes/intros - I can't tell if it's Frank or Adrian who plays the Steve Miller Livin' In the USA riff but that cracked me up. Apparently the home team won that day because Frank says,"So you guys won today huh? How incredibly thrilling." Peaches kicks off the show to a great start then Torture with a chilling Fz guitar solo with the ring modulated effects he has been using on this song. Some really unusual and unexpected sounds. I love the Frank- in- a- Hockey- rink- sound {I remember this band doing this song,{actually the same set} in Phx in 77 and the combination of Franks LOUD guitar with the moaning tape was almost too much,.......but I digress}
Tryin' to Grow a Chin,City Of Tiny Lights,Pound For A brown -Tommy Mars keys with scat singing is fun as he quotes Rhapsody In Blue and the tears it up on his keyboard as does Peter Wolf on his solo.
Bobby Brown,Conehead- nice guitar solo.
Flakes,Big Leg Emma,Envelopes-Tommy's vocals are fun and he he manages to throw in a "I'm In You" for good measure. Terry takes a great drum solo then into Disco Boy,
I Promise not to Come In Your Mouth-beautiful as usual.
Wild Love -Excellent performance with great solos by Adrian and Frank. Then Titties & Beer with some funny exchanges between Frank and Terry. Frank is very complimentary of Terry's drumming. "If you didn't have that mask on I'd come up there and kiss you." Next Frank asks for Terry's sister Carol Ann to come on stage to dance during The Black Page which the band plays magnificently. Jones Crusher and Broken Hearts are both well done but Terry did something to make Frank say,"I take back everything I said about you Bozzio. Honestly,Jesus Christ- get you into a major metropolitan area with your whole fuckin' family in the audience...."
Punky's Whips is great all the way around.
"You are completely surrounded by policemen" says the little car featured in Baby Snakes as a lead in to the encores: Dinah Moe Humm and Camarillo Brillo.
Frank says "I've been given the strange signal that this show has to come to an end.Who knows why these things happen?" and the show ends abruptly.
All in all a very enjoyable show to listen to.

Stanford winning... you know it was the 1970s Very Happy

So, settle down with a beverage of your choice, kick back and listen to two non-stop hours of fantastic Fall 1977.

LINEAGE:
AUD > ? > cass/? > HD > SoundForge (speed correction > ZP > Wavelab (speed correction as per flambay, high quality, no length preservation, maximum rhythm accuracy) > GoldWave (overlaps removed) > CDWav (file splitting, split files saved as FLAC level 8) > foobar2000 (ReplayGain added, tags added using Live Show Tagger) > you, to whom it may concern.

FZSHOWS:
1977 11 19 - Maples Pavilion, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
125 min, Aud, B

Intro, Peaches En Regalia, The Torture Never Stops, Tryin' To Grow A Chin, City Of Tiny Lights, A Pound For A Brown, Bobby Brown, Conehead, Flakes, Big Leg Emma, Envelopes, Disco Boy, I Promise Not To Come In Your Mouth, Wild Love, Titties 'n Beer, The Black Page, Jones Crusher, Broken Hearts Are For Assholes, Punky's Whips, Dinah-Moe Humm, Camarillo Brillo

This source: 125 min, Aud, B

TRACKLIST:
01. Intro (q: Livin' in the USA)
02. Peaches En Regalia
03. The Torture Never Stops
04. Tryin' to Grow a Chin
05. City of Tiny Lights
06. Pound for a Brown (q: Rhapsody in Blue)
07. Bobby Brown
08. Conehead
09. Flakes
10. Big Leg Emma
11. Envelopes
12. Disco Boy
13. I Promise Not to Come in Your Mouth
14. Wild Love
15. Titties and Beer
16. Dance Contest
17. The Black Page
18. Jones Crusher
19. Broken Hearts Are for Assholes
20. Punky's Whips
21. audience
22. Dinah-Moe Humm
23. Camarillo Brillo

NOTES:
Small cuts: track 07 @ 0:20, track 14 @ 7:28 (source change here? sound is darker until 3:14 of Titties and Beer), track 20 @ 7:40 (source change here too? sound is darker until 7:50)

Overlaps removed: track 09 @ 0:02 and track 15 @ 3:14 (slight level changes at each point)

No music missing.

FFP:
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771119-Stanford - 01 Intro.flac:cf64b957ff5a74ae468cf8638f3f9a32
771119-Stanford - 02 Peaches En Regalia.flac:f80ceae1e113b81a7d11c5c5eb1289ae
771119-Stanford - 03 The Torture Never Stops.flac:f655e563f28a86d934565e9e64986e8f
771119-Stanford - 04 Tryin' to Grow a Chin.flac:bcd2b5158bf28faa7b0eae23e97fca32
771119-Stanford - 05 City of Tiny Lights.flac:e7573b1daec0982e2a96f32f5eb9de0a
771119-Stanford - 06 Pound for a Brown.flac:2807b7ac86c661e646cc8738baa1a7ba
771119-Stanford - 07 Bobby Brown.flac:e0166b781edf3b3c91cbbb64404208b9
771119-Stanford - 08 Conehead.flac:928dc7342a7464180110896753613bbf
771119-Stanford - 09 Flakes.flac:a17cb8fa0d457d8a3edcb753f9b56e24
771119-Stanford - 10 Big Leg Emma.flac:45adf3eaf24f8fc068c7c13c0f916cf0
771119-Stanford - 11 Envelopes.flac:12687fc740c570c92f463ba94f29f0b6
771119-Stanford - 12 Disco Boy.flac:38fbdda0e6c228093efd92d1a53d04b5
771119-Stanford - 13 I Promise Not to Come in Your Mouth.flac:b647b45274029db0f881fb8f7e4256e7
771119-Stanford - 14 Wild Love.flac:36f7345fca7208d4055695020421f654
771119-Stanford - 15 Titties and Beer.flac:e6c23f28b6de36c0d9b910d8f2a7346a
771119-Stanford - 16 Dance Contest.flac:8a2fa4ef6cadd01ed6fdcf7d2165d7f9
771119-Stanford - 17 The Black Page.flac:ba6aa33e06f617f940c76345c2ddf7e6
771119-Stanford - 18 Jones Crusher.flac:1d6151f87db61e3703f35e6ebe51f75a
771119-Stanford - 19 Broken Hearts Are for Assholes.flac:a63e2d690fd09aebf56971da1038f448
771119-Stanford - 20 Punky's Whips.flac:b370ab9eeeb45bf132a07755d1aeeb78
771119-Stanford - 21 audience.flac:5e5fd7add07b1c21ccdf032663827892
771119-Stanford - 22 Dinah-Moe Humm.flac:21b7268a7c5ad3517c6dc8c4f91f4430
771119-Stanford - 23 Camarillo Brillo.flac:8963158a8cf88769e81f94bd0f22da9d


REQUESTS:
Do not buy high. Do not sell low. No bot huy digh. No sot lell do.

CREDITS:
Yojimbo - original tapes and FLACs
flambay - Speed/pitch advice
ZP - Editing and seeding

SEEDED:
To Zappateers on August 20th, 2008

Enjoy!


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Post 2008-08-21 02:21   [Quote] 
....and another he-who-shall-not-be-named version goes into the grinder.....thanks to all!

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Post 2008-08-21 02:24   [Quote] 
I thought it was O'Herny... hehehe

thanks for the show. Nov. 1977 was a great month for Zappa, due in large part to Torture and Wild Love.

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Post 2008-08-21 02:42   [Quote] 
zachy wrote:
I thought it was O'Herny... hehehe

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Post 2008-08-21 02:48   [Quote] 
Great, great, great! Thanks! Been waitin' to hear Carol Ann Bozzio dance. dancingfool
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Post 2008-08-21 02:48   [Quote] 
Thanks ZP! I'll try and dig up an unknown November 77 show soon Rolling Eyes
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Post 2008-08-21 03:25   [Quote] 
zeeker wrote:
Been waitin' to hear Carol Ann Bozzio dance


Same here

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Post 2008-08-21 03:59   [Quote] 
I think the tracking on this is all wrong. Shouldn't Wild Love be split into at least three tracks? Wink

But seriously, thanks very much to you all for this major upgrade!
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Post 2008-08-21 04:57   [Quote] 
Thank you very, very much.

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Post 2008-08-21 06:08   [Quote] 
Let me be the first to say

Nerriiee vice, man, tanks a thon.

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Post 2008-08-21 08:22   [Quote] 
DLHotch wrote:
....and another he-who-shall-not-be-named version goes into the grinder.....thanks to all!

Kitchenaire's tunes


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Post 2008-08-21 08:44   [Quote] 
That is so cool!!!!
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THX!!!! drunk
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Post 2008-08-21 11:24   [Quote] 
Been hoping for this one for some time. Thanks guys! tunes

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Post 2008-08-21 16:41   [Quote] 
Viva el Penguin ! Merci, Thanks.... wow wow wow wow wow wow
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