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The Mothers Of Invention - Wollman Rink, Central Park, NY, Aug. 3rd 1968 - Keyhole Records (Pittylabelle)
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Post 2014-09-13 10:31   [Quote] 
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The Mothers Of Invention - Wollman Rink, Central Park, NY, Aug. 3rd 1968 - Keyhole Records (Pittylabelle)

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D I S C L A I M E R :

Let's Beat The Boots again folks!!! Twisted Evil

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Live concert Bootleg:

Artist: The Mothers Of Invention
Title: Wollman Rink, Central Park, NY, August 3rd 1968
Label: Keyhole Records
Country: USA or UK???
Country of manufacture: Cyprus, EU
Release date: 2014 08 05 USA / 2014 07 28 EU
Catalogue: KHCD9020
Barcode: 5291012902023
Format: CD Album
Case: Jewel case edition with 8 page booklet

Date: Saturday, 1968 08 03

Location:
Wollman Skating Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY, USA
1968 Schaefer Music Festival, sponsored by Schaefer Brewing Company

Source: Stage recording (unknown generation)

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Lineup:

The Mothers Of Invention, December 1967 - August 1968
FZ, Ray Collins, Roy Estrada, Jimmy Carl Black, Art Tripp,
Ian Underwood, Don Preston, Bunk Gardner, Motorhead Sherwood

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Tracklist (as statet on the CD cover):

01 Jazz Rock Improvisation [04:24]
02 Help I'm A Rock [12:34]
03 Baby Love [00:56]
04 Big Leg Emma [03:37]
05 Holiday In Berlin [10:12]
06 Trouble Every Day [11:34]
07 Orange County Lumber Truck [17:17]

Total time 60.34 min

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Description:

OK, it's the well known stage recording source. But regardless a so-called "digitally remastering"
was done on this boot (as statet on the CD cover), to my ears it sounds like it's made from a
different tape generation as Yojimbo's material. The wave forms are also different.
Decide for yourself.

1968 08 03 (L) Central Park NYC 60.53 4th gen Stage (Yojimbo) ZTLS#624 pt1
http://www.zappateers.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=14300

No recording infos or lineage on the cover, just a general text about FZ and The Mothers.

Extras: Bootleg artwork included.

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Lineage CD-rip (2014 09 12, Pittylabelle):
-> Media: Original Silver CD
-> CD-ripper: Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4 --> *.WAV
-> Coding: FLAC Frontend 1.7.1 (Level 8) --> *.FLAC

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Credits:

Seeded by Pittylabelle, for www.zappateers.com / 2014 09 13

Brought to you by Pittylabelle - Enjoy!

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ffp:

01 - MOI - New York 1968 08 03 - Jazz Rock Improvisation.flac:bfbde3a3857dc982bcfc0287b5b3248d
02 - MOI - New York 1968 08 03 - Help I'm A Rock.flac:a5b57bd4780ceb286f136e28e9b1789c
03 - MOI - New York 1968 08 03 - Baby Love.flac:71d9193ea47f6d0aac63aefda0fa83e0
04 - MOI - New York 1968 08 03 - Big Leg Emma.flac:9faa8ab28c0458eb597d946545b5f3d5
05 - MOI - New York 1968 08 03 - Holiday In Berlin.flac:440967b734962bbb3681207569d53667
06 - MOI - New York 1968 08 03 - Trouble Every Day.flac:e22fd929ddf437b54a1a5cadffb3d72b
07 - MOI - New York 1968 08 03 - The Orange County Lumber Truck.flac:0ba6e6a6ab34efb6535cb95f75b4b01e

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Please do not convert to MP3!
Support the artist - go to concerts - buy the records.

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Post 2014-09-13 10:34   [Quote] 
Preview cover title ...
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Post 2014-09-13 15:46   [Quote] 
Thank you!
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Post 2014-09-13 21:00   [Quote] 
Many thanks!
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Post 2014-09-13 22:12   [Quote] 
tHANK YOU!
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Post 2014-09-14 11:45   [Quote] 
Many thanks for sharing!
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Post 2014-09-14 12:21   [Quote] 
Omg...booklet sucks! Barf me out! "Puttin On The Ritz" was much better.
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Post 2014-09-14 13:29   [Quote] 
slightly NR'ed but slightly less distorted and clearer. This and Beefheart Keyhole disc are real oddities. They're not identical to the Zappateers version. What are they?

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Post 2014-09-15 19:30   [Quote] 
NikZah wrote:
Omg...booklet sucks! Barf me out! "Puttin On The Ritz" was much better.


What's the problem? If you don't like it - delete it. Very Happy
It's all about to get the best audio version of every FZ concert here - my scans are just for the completeness of this bootleg presentation.

Anyway, IMO the artwok here is not to bad - it's a unique and interesting idea to use these nearly forgotten guitar advert motifs from that time period
(to say nothing of legal effect).

And, it's not "just another" nice picture of Frank playing guitar. Wink


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Post 2014-09-15 22:09   [Quote] 
Thanks for sharing
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Post 2014-09-16 02:45   [Quote] 
Pittylabelle wrote:
NikZah wrote:
Omg...booklet sucks! Barf me out! "Puttin On The Ritz" was much better.


What's the problem? If you don't like it - delete it. Very Happy
It's all about to get the best audio version of every FZ concert here - my scans are just for the completeness of this bootleg presentation.

Anyway, IMO the artwok here is not to bad - it's a unique and interesting idea to use these nearly forgotten guitar advert motifs from that time period
(to say nothing of legal effect).

And, it's not "just another" nice picture of Frank playing guitar. Wink


I didn't say that you are involved in the creation of this artwork "masterpiece". Dudes from Keyhole sell this on the shelves with the official releases. The sound is bad and will not be reversed, but they do not even care about the visual quality. They should follow the example of Easy Action label, which produce rare bootlegs and with cool artworks and completely rare pics - for it can safely give your money. I was going to buy this bootleg as hoped that inside is something interesting and sound quality will be very different as a zappateers. But nothing like this. Worse this cover art I have not seen, a feeling that did little child. Why they are used cover singles in bad quality in stupid purple frames. etc and etc... Ok the only thing that pleased me is the last photo in the booklet. But another word "but" - all photos does not belong to the period of the concert. I think many people will agree with me. This disc deserves to be the only be at trackers, not at store shelves. Thanks for sharing
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Post 2014-09-16 11:51   [Quote] 
just received my copy a couple of days ago... at 7 euros it was a no brainer... (Also got the bunch of Velvet Underground releases)
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Post 2014-10-07 20:23   [Quote] 
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at 7 euros it was a no brainer

In our house, paying anything when you can get it here free is 'no brain', not 'no brainer'.

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Post 2014-10-07 21:02   [Quote] 
TOGFIADO wrote:
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at 7 euros it was a no brainer

In our house, paying anything when you can get it here free is 'no brain', not 'no brainer'.


Yes maybe - but don't forget the people who actually buy this stuff, to make the liberation possible here in the first place. cooler
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Post 2014-10-08 04:41   [Quote] 
That's a different matter entirely. I'm not even saying I wouldn't buy it myself. Merely that the decision to do so would be a conscious one requiring some thought, or at the very least OCD (gotta have it!).

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