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Al Fresco Collection - DVD III 116.44 PAL (Al Fresco-unicrayon)
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unicrayon
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Post 2009-06-12 00:07   [Quote] 
There are a few DVDs in this collection ... Since they've already been cut into handy DVD size chunks and there's a few interesting clips on every DVD, we thought we'd seed them without looking for upgrades or removing clips that appear in other collections.

The quality varies greatly but they were collected by Al Fresco and passed on to me for branding & seeding and hopefully there'll be some you've never seen before Smile

1985? Howard Stern Pilot [9.18]

1987 03 08 MTV VJ's - Frank & Dweezil Introduce Videos [36.42]

1988 MTV - The Zappas Present: A Train To Washington [33.34]

1988 MTV FZ Interview w Steve Blame on The Jesus Army [8.43]

1988 02 09 NBC: Live At 5: Warner Theater, Washington DC Interview [3.50]

1988 03 01 Buffalo After Midnight Backstage Interview [8.17]

1990 04 00 TV Zagreb on Expo 92 etc [15.15]

1991 06 00 FZ in Prague With A Hedgehog [0.49]

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Collected by: Al Fresco
art & design - unicrayon with some help from Michelangelo Buonarroti
Intro music: Ed Palermo Big Band (Grand Wazoo & Finale)

Unicrayon's notes: All clips were separated and the audio volume was adjusted on 3 clips - The clips were not rejoined but will play consecutively from whatever clip is selected.

Seeded @ Zappateers 2009 06 11
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Post 2009-06-12 00:12   [Quote] 
Thank you Unicrayon for your nice work Exclamation
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Post 2009-06-12 01:31   [Quote] 
All video welcome here, thanks times the 3 volumes posted so far. FZ was interviewed by the local CBS-TV station (WBNG, channel 12) in Binghamton, New York on March 17, 1988, prior to his performance that night. I remember him talking about how for previous tours he had tried to keep his message somewhat subtle but for the 1988 tour they were utilizing the baseball bat approach to get the message across. To this day I wish I had grabbed that interview, especially since apparently no one else has it either.

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Thank you very much!
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Post 2009-06-12 06:39   [Quote] 
Many thanks Al Fresco & unicrayon!
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Post 2009-06-12 11:12   [Quote] 
Thanks again!
Loved the other 2.
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Post 2009-06-12 12:26   [Quote] 
DLHotch wrote:
All video welcome here, thanks times the 3 volumes posted so far. FZ was interviewed by the local CBS-TV station (WBNG, channel 12) in Binghamton, New York on March 17, 1988, prior to his performance that night. I remember him talking about how for previous tours he had tried to keep his message somewhat subtle but for the 1988 tour they were utilizing the baseball bat approach to get the message across. To this day I wish I had grabbed that interview, especially since apparently no one else has it either.

Kitchenaire's cool


I think it could be a good idea to send an e-mail to Román ( donlope@ono.com ) to update IINK-Videography with the info oneself may have as reference to others who didn´t know about it.

Also I´m curious to know if some American tv stations ( public or private ones) sell its own footage to any individual who is interested in it. Question
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Post 2009-06-13 09:17   [Quote] 
Thanks, looks great!! Watching these DVD's will be hours well spend!!

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Post 2009-06-13 09:41   [Quote] 
spanjeganger wrote:
Thanks, looks great!! Watching these DVD's will be hours well spend!!

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Yeah, about 10 hours when this project is completed Smile
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Post 2009-06-13 18:23   [Quote] 
Thanks for the offerings. I will jump on these soon.

The date for the Stern Pilot is May 30, 1987 Howard Stern Fox Pilot#4
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Post 2009-06-13 19:45   [Quote] 
Lagz wrote:
Thanks for the offerings. I will jump on these soon.

The date for the Stern Pilot is May 30, 1987 Howard Stern Fox Pilot#4


I get the feeling more inaccuracies and upgrades will be discovered with so many clips involved. Smile
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Post 2009-06-13 20:04   [Quote] 
unicrayon wrote:
Lagz wrote:
Thanks for the offerings. I will jump on these soon.

The date for the Stern Pilot is May 30, 1987 Howard Stern Fox Pilot#4


I get the feeling more inaccuracies and upgrades will be discovered with so many clips involved. Smile


Yes, me too. Very Happy
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Post 2009-06-13 23:42   [Quote] 
unicrayon wrote:
I get the feeling more inaccuracies and upgrades will be discovered with so many clips involved.

Well, the good news is that the inaccuracy I thought I found in volume IV was actually an inaccuracy in Román's videography (and I've already notified Román).
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Post 2009-06-14 08:08   [Quote] 
drdork wrote:
unicrayon wrote:
I get the feeling more inaccuracies and upgrades will be discovered with so many clips involved.

Well, the good news is that the inaccuracy I thought I found in volume IV was actually an inaccuracy in Román's videography (and I've already notified Román).


If you mean The Canadian TV BTB Interview, the accents gave the game away there, listed as ITV with the disc and I think Román didn't have it listed with the same date.
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Post 2009-06-14 12:53   [Quote] 
unicrayon wrote:
If you mean The Canadian TV BTB Interview, the accents gave the game away there, listed as ITV with the disc and I think Román didn't have it listed with the same date.

That's the one. Román had the info from Javier--same date but wrong channel. He also has an entry for a different episode of the same show (1/25/86), where FZ has a very different haircut.

I'm just glad I waited to download and watch the clip before I sent the correction.
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