lunes, 29 de agosto de 2011

The Freak-Out List (DVD) [2009]

Film que explora las raíces musicales e influencias de Frank Zappa listadas en su álbum debut Freak Out de 1966, donde aparecen 72 nombres que Zappa reconoce como influencias (compositores doctos como Edgar Varese o Igor Stravinsky, artistas Doo Wop, músicos R & B como Johnny "Guitar" Watson, el saxofonista de Jazz Eric Dolphy, o el guitarrista flamenco Sabicas entre otros).

Aparecen registros inéditos de Frank Zappa & The Mothers, además de entrevistas con miembros de The Mothers Of Invention (Ian Underwood, Don Preston y George Duke), Artistas de Doo Wop de los 50´s, The Cadillacs y contribuciones de los biógrafos de F. Zappa Ben Watson y Greg Russo, además del biografo de Edgar Varése Alan Clayson, los musicólogos David Nicholls & Robert Pruter; más fotos y spots de radio.

-Edición limitada y en inglés-

Duración: 88 minutos

"A composer is a guy who goes around forcing his will on unsuspecting air molecules, often with the assistance of unsuspecting musicians" Frank Zappa 1990

Parte 1 / Parte 2 / Parte 3 / Parte 4 / Parte 5 / Parte 6 / Parte 7 / Parte 8 / Parte 9 / Parte 10 / Parte 11 / Parte 12
Pass. Bonzai

Titties & Beer [Zoot Allures Live in Paris] (03.02.1977) (LP)

Pavillon de Paris, 03-Feb-1977
Issued both on Smilin' Ears Records and as HFQ 177 (these things were printed on the actual labels) with nearly identical covers - the only detail that's different is the colour of the text on the front cover. It says "ZAPPA" and "Titties and Beer", and the Smilin' Ears version has all that printed in red, while the HFQ 177 version has "ZAPPA" and "and" in black, "Titties" in red and "Beer" in yellow. The print on the respective labels is set in the same font.

Some copies may have only one of the titles Titties & Beer and Zoot Allures Live in Paris. The confirmed copies certainly have both: Titties & Beer on one side of the cover and Zoot Allures Live in Paris on the other. These copies have Titties & Beer on the spine.

Length: ~90 min / ~45 min
Sound quality: Audience B
Label: Smilin' Ears Records 7702 / HFQ 177

Frank Zappa, Ray White, Eddie Jobson, Patrick O'Hearn and Terry Bozzio.

1. The Illinois Enema Bandit [only the last part]
2. My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama
3. Tryin' to Grow a Chin
4. Broken Hearts Are for Assholes
5. Dong Work for Yuda [not listed, a capella version]
6. Manx Needs Women [not listed]
7. Titties & Beer [listed on side one instead]
8. Le Serviette Noir ["Black Napkins"]

One front cover variant has a black & white photo of Zappa sitting down. Another shot from the same photo session was used on a Kyoto bootleg called Black Napkins. "Titties & Beer" had extra lyrics on this tour, which were never released officially.


domingo, 28 de agosto de 2011

Demo's 1974-1984 2CD (2LP)

Here we'll have the opportunity to hear a speed corrected version of the "Demo's" boot.

I knew the guy who made this bootleg 2LP way back in 1986, the original one. I don't think he was really intending to get money with this (well, maybe a bit, and maybe a bit of showing off too ). He was and maybe still is a huge FZ fan.
At the time this bootleg came out it was a very nice one for everyone who didn't have a great cassette collection: some special live songs, outtakes and the Hunchentoot songs.
The 2CD on the other hand was later on published by "money makers" pur sang.

Liberated at Zappateers for the first time by efzett, now speed corrected by our speed doctor, and liberated one more time by yours truly.
I took the opportunity to make another correction compared to the original. On the original cover Spider Of Destiny is listed seperately, in fact it was included as part of Flambay (segue) and SOD in fact was Time Is Money. I made a seperate track for SOD and that means: while the original is listing 16 songs, now we have 17 songs as listed here under.
Besides I had to edit a few tracks since they were not tracked properly (in particular the whole 1981 Santa Monica run) and had to do volume corrections on all tracks to get more balance.

Length after speed correction and editing: 78:17
Sound quality: Various
Label: Space Magic (2LP), RAS 8611 (2CD)

01. Teenage Prostitute [02:19]
02. A Pound for a Brown on the Bus / Nicholas Slonimsky Whips It Out [4.51]
03. Lisa's Life Story [full-length version of the Stage #6 edit] [5:14]
04. Broken Hearts Are for Assholes [5:46]

05. Doreen [02:25]
06. Easy Meat [08:25]
07. Stick It Out [01:16]
08. Truck-Driver Divorce [07:08]

09. The Deathless Horsie [10:20]
10. Outside Now Again & Again [10:45]

11. Flambay [extended version] [04:52]
12. Spider of Destiny [extended version] [03:04]
13. Planet of My Dreams [Them Or Us version] [01:32]
14. Time Is Money [not listed] [Sleep Dirt CD version] [02:48]
15. Truck-Driver Divorce [01:30]
16. Frogs with Dirty Little Lips [Frank/Ahmet Zappa] [01:58]
17. In France [03:55]

Side 4 from the LP / or CD 2 is listed wrong on the cover(s); the above is the new corrected list.

* Tracks 1-4 are live in Santa Monica 11-Dec-1981 (first show).
* Track 3 appears on Stage #6, edited down to 03:06, but here it's unedited: 05:14.
* Track 4 is the same recording as on Apocrypha (Santa Monica, 11-Dec-1981, early show). Someone throws food on stage; Zappa stops the song and makes him eat it.
* Tracks 5-6 are from Crush All Boxes (an unreleased album planned before Tinsel-Town Rebellion), but "Doreen" fades out earlier here and is not complete (02:47 vs 02:25).
* Tracks 7-8 are live at the Palace Theater, Hollywood, 22-Jul-1984, with George Duke guesting on "Truck-Driver Divorce".
* Tracks 9-10 are live in Munich 31-Mar-1979.
* Track 10 is an "Outside Now" solo, similar to "Outside Now (Original Solo)" on Guitar; it also appears on Lectures where it's called "Shut Up & Play Yer Guitar Again".
* Tracks 11 & 12 are the Sleep Dirt CD mixes, but longer edits: "Spider of Destiny" with a bass ending is around 30 seconds longer (the Sleep Dirt version is edited in the middle and end).
* Track 14 is the same as on the Sleep Dirt CD.
* Track 15 is a part of a live 1981 version (about one and a half minute of the head).
* Track 16 is a 1981 studio version (the same recording as on Apocrypha).
* Track 17 is live at the Palace Theater, Hollywood, 22-Jul-1984, with George Duke and Johnny "Guitar" Watson guesting. It has a unique intro, but is available with better sound quality on All You Need Is Glove.

* Santa Monica 1981 musicians: Frank Zappa, Ray White, Steve Vai, Tommy Mars, Bobby Martin, Ed Mann, Scott Thunes, Chad Wackerman, Lisa Popeil and Nicholas Slonimsky
* Munich 1979 musicians: Frank Zappa, Denny Walley, Ike Willis, Tommy Mars, Peter Wolf, Vinnie Colaiuta, Ed Mann, Arthur Barrow and Warren Cuccurullo

CD Version
The CD version was available in 1988 or even '87. Both discs come in jewel boxes with identical inserts and a "Made In Japan" sticker on the back of one jewel box. The cover shows a picture of some industrial machinery with the words "BLIND-RAMS" stenciled onto it along with a small pumpkin cartoon. The CD has is a simple screen-printed disc with the CD logo, the pumpkin cartoon, "Demo's", and the catalogue number RAS 8611.

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sábado, 27 de agosto de 2011

Frank Zappa & The Petit Wazoo Orchestra - Cowtown Ballroom Kansas City, MO (02.12.1972)

Early Show

01 Tuning Up
02 Rollo
03 Band Intros & tuning
04 Duke Of Prunes
05 Montana
06 preamble to Little Dots
07 Little Dots
08 Cosmik Debris
09 "a rare request"
10 KC Blues (in G)
11 tuning up to Farther O'Blivion
12 Farther O'Blivion
13 encore break
14 America Drinks & Goes Home

Late Show

01 Johnny's Theme
02 Band Introductions
03 Been To Kansas City In A Minor
04 Mr Green Genes preamble
05 Son Of Mr Green Genes
06 Rollo preamble
07 Rollo
08 Imaginary Diseases
09 Shit on stage
10 Cosmik Debris
11 Chunga tune-up
12 Chunga's Revenge
13 tuning, banter
14 Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?

Frank Zappa
Tony Duran
Dave Parlato
Jim Gordon
Bruce Fowler,
Malcolm McNabb
Tom Malone
Earle Dumler
Glenn Ferris
Gary Barone

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viernes, 26 de agosto de 2011

Live @ Royal Albert Hall (06.06.1969)

Frank Zappa
Royal Albert Hall

01. Intro
02. Uncle Meat
03. Drum Duet
04. Some Ballet Music
05. Improvisation
06. Big Leg Emma
07. The String Quartet
08. Improvisation
09. Interlude
10. Intro To Music For Low Budget Orchestra
11. Little Chamber Music I Used To Play
12. Mozart Ballet
13. Improvisation
14. Louie Louie
15. Little House I Used to Live In
16. Transylvania Boogie
17. Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue
18. Drum Duet
19. Charles Ives
20. Cruising For Burgers
21. Brown Shoes Don't Make It

The MOI:
Jimmy Carl Black - drums, vocals
Ray Collins - vocals
Roy Estrada - bass, vocals
Bunk Gardner - woodwinds
Buzz Gardner - trumpet
Euclid James Sherwood (Motorhead) - baritone saxophone
Arthur Dyer Tripp III - drums
Ian Underwood - woodwinds, keyboards
Frank Zappa - guitar, vocals

Dick Barber - snorks, Guest
Kanzus J. Kanzus - dancing, Guest
Noel Redding - dancing, Guest


Captain Beefheart - Live at Jasper Place Arena (1971)

Captain Beefheart
Jasper Place Arena
Vancouver, BC

01. Drums/Soundcheck
02. Alice in Blunderland
03. When Big Joan Sets Up
04. Hair Pie Bake II (bass solo)
05. Black Snake Blues
06. Steal Softly Thru Snow
07. Hair Pie Bake II

Captain Beefheart: vocals, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, harmonica
John "Drumbo" French: drums
Zoot Horn Rollo: guitar
Art Tripp III: marimba
Rockette Morton: bass guitar, guitar
Elliot Ingber: guitar, slide guitar


Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band - The Great Southeast Music Hall (1978)

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
The Great Southeast Music Hall
Atlanta, GA.

Early Show

01. Band Introduction
02. Tropical Hot Dog Night
03. Nowaday's A Woman's Gotta Hit A Man
04. Owed T' Alex
05. Dropout Boogie
06. Harry Irene
07. Abba Zaba
08. Deserts Of Time
09. Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles
10. Old Fart At Play
11. The Dust Blows Forward N' The Dust Blows Back
12. Ice Rose
13. Moonlight On Vermont
14. Smithsonian Institute Blues ( or The Big Dig )
15. Crowd and Don
16. Bat Chain Puller
17. When I See Mommy I Feel Like A Mummy
18. Veteran's Day Poppy - Outro
19. Hair Pie ( Bass Solo )
20. Crowd
21. Suction Prints

Late Show

01. Tropical Hot Dog Night
02. Crowd and Don
03. Owed T' Alex
04. Dropout Boogie
05. Harry Irene
06. Low Yo Yo Stuff
07. Crowd and Don
08. Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles
09. Well
10. Ice Rose
11. Floppy Boot Stomp
12. Crowd and Don
13. My Human Gets Me Blues

Captain Beefheart Don Van Vliet vocals, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, harmonica, whistling
Eric Drew Feldman bass guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, mandolin
Bruce Fowler trombone, air-bas
Robert Williams drums, percussion
Richard Redus guitar, slide guitar, slide bass, accordion
Jeff Moris Tepper guitar, slide-guitar

Parte 1
Parte 2

jueves, 25 de agosto de 2011

Larry Wild Man Fischer - Key Club, Hollywood, CA (2001-07-07)

This was the first time Larry "Wild Man" Fischer had performed onstage in many years; he was the opening act for Daniel Johnston, and Rhino Handmade had just released the box set "The Fischer King" two years prior. (In fact, I believe this was his second-to-last performance, the final one being in Phoenix, Arizona on August 2006.) He was introduced by Melrose Larry Green, who as I recall, was running for Mayor.

Larry "Wild Man" Fischer
Live at The Key Club - Hollywood, CA
July 7, 2001

Performance includes:

(Melrose Larry Green Introduction)
My Name Is Larry
I'm The Meany
Go To Rhino Records
See Me, Feel Me (The Who)
Monkeys Versus Donkeys
The Bouillabaisse
Do The Wild Man
The Leaves Are Falling
In My Room (The Beach Boys)
Corner Of Faith
It's A Hard Business
Don't Be A Singer
"Hopefully Howard Stern Will Never Attack Me"
Jimmy Durante
I'm Working For The Federal Bureau Of Narcotics
I Light The Pilot
Yesterday (The Beatles)
Outside The Hospital
Oh Linda, No Laurie
Merry Go Round
(Melrose Larry Green)
Jennifer Jones
Nobody's Happy
(Melrose Larry Green again)
"Think I should make an album with Eric Clapton?"
I Left My Heart In San Francisco
The Mope
Corner Of Faith

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Ike Willis Band - Live @ Los Angeles (1986)

01. (Venting The) Krypton Gas
02. Biznis As Usual
03. Bad Time
04. The Foreigner From Boston
05. Solution
06. Ounces Of Prevention
07. Fine
08. The Hollow Earth
09. Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up (Studio 1985)


Live @ Milwaukee Auditorium (28.11.1975)

1975 11 28 Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI
124 min, Aud, B+

Naval Aviation In Art (through PA),
Stinkfoot (incl. The Poodle Lecture),
Dirty Love,
How Could I Be Such A Fool?,
I Ain't Got No Heart,
I'm Not Satisfied,
Black Napkins,
Advance Romance,
Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?,
The Illinois Enema Bandit,
Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy,
Lonely Little Girl,
Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance,
What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?,
Chunga's Revenge (incl. Five-Five-Five riff), Zoot Allures, Camarillo Brillo, Muffin Man,
I'm The Slime,
San Ber'dino


sábado, 20 de agosto de 2011

Fanzine scan - 1985-1988 (French)

Fanzine scan - 1985-87 (French) Zap n0 thru n4 (orliange-magz)

FZ fanzine published way on down in France from 1985-1988 by Jean-Marie Orliange, editor/journalist/publisher.
In total 5 issues numbered from 0 to 4.

seeded on zappateers dec-31-2010 with the permission of M.Orliange

- front/back covers scanned as single pages
- inside pages scanned as double pages [except blank facing pages]
- all pages @ 300 dpi, approx. 2480 w x 3507 h
- original page size: 29.7 cm x 21.0 cm


zap n0; 16 scans
zap n1; 17 scans, includes 1-page insert [English! explanation page]
zap n2; 15 scans
zap n3; 17 scans, includes 1-page insert [advert for KK Musicshop, Germany]
zap n4; 15 scans



zap no.0 - feb 1985 (par Jean-Marie Orliange) 28 pages, bound notepad style

white/black cover: Fusain de Regina
blank inside front cover
Zappactualités (dessin au crayon de Piet)
Photo de Fabrice Gaiffe (Lyon 30/09/84)
Le saviez-vous? [printed twice]
Illustration: Zappa laché par la femme [printed twice]
Portrait Jimmy Carl Black
Concert du 15 décembre 1970
Où trouver les chroniques des disques de Zappa dans la presse française
Autres fanzines sur Zappa
Cal Schenkel
affiche de Cal Schenkel
Spontaneous Combustion
Tournée 1984
Liste de recherche
inside back cover: FZ à Paris, janvier 1984; Brooklyn for Zappa
blank back cover

zap no.1 - nov 1985 (par Jean-Marie Orliange) 28 pages, stapled; plus one insert page

yellow/black cover: FZ au Gaumont le 15/12/70
inside front cover: Article dans Libération du 1/10/85
Zappactualités - photo FZ le 17/05/82 (R.Chauvin)
Don Ellis
Le saviez-vous?
Usage de faux en Verve
Zapp-Stee-Toot - photo le 4/02/85 (P.Öberg)
Missing Persons
You Need This Box
Disques [om-b1]
Coverversions & FZ involvements in other artists' records - part 1 by Hans-Peter Schmidt
inside back cover: Zappazines en activité; Tarifs d'abonnement Petites annonces - autres zappazines
back cover: Mothers '67

zap no.2 - april 1986 (par Jean-Marie Orliange) 28 pages, stapled

blue/black cover: FZ au Nouvel Hippodrome de Paris le 17/5/82 (photo Guy Ferrandis)
Revue de presse de Viva Zappa
Editorial (illustration: Barrigue)
Zap-actualités (illustrations: Solé, Rainer Krause)
Rainer Krause (illustration: R.Krause)
L'influence de Zappa (1ère partie) par Philippe Renaud (illustration: Maginelle)
The Mud Shark, tentative d'explication
Zapp Ztee Toot again
Bleeding Romeo (photo Paul Kray)
Zap Hit [top 20]
Liberatore par Ulrich Lemke (illustrations: Liberatore)
Zappa contributions (part 2) par Hans-Peter Schmidt
Vidéo - le saviez-vous?
Tarifs d'abonnement Petites annonces - autres zappazines
inside back cover: Abonnez-Vous ou Je me Rhabille
back cover: Zappa '67

zap no.3 - april 1987 (par Jean-Marie Orliange) 28 pages, stapled; plus one insert page

pink/black cover: Zappa '79 (photo archive JMO)
inside front cover: Dessin Thingfish par Denis Joly
Zap actualité
L'influence de Zappa (2ème partie) par Philippe Renaud (maquette: Laurent Maginelle)
Zappa contributions (part 3) par Hans-Peter Schmidt
Cal Schenkel artwerks
Infrasteff (photo: Bruno Blumer) & Interiew
Underground [note: pages 19 & 20 are reversed]
Le saviez-vous?
Black 'n Blues (photo: Greg Light)
Tarifs: abonnement et petites annonces autres Zappazines
inside back cover: Does this kind of fanzine look interesting to you?
back cover: Jimmy Carl Black '85
1-page insert [Jean-Marie Orliange Want List, & advert for KK Musicshop, Germany]

zap no.4 - april 1988 (par Jean-Marie Orliange) 28 pages

orange/black cover: extrait de l'album "Pop Rock Col gram" par Solé, Dister & Gotlib (Fluide Glacial)
Tournée 1988 part 1
Zap actualités (photo M.chaurand)
Nouvelles des chouchous
Zappa contributions (part 4) part Hans-Peter Schmidt
Le Saviez Vous ?
Tarifs: abonnement et petites annonces autres Zappazines
inside back cover: Mab Etait Deses Péréé
back cover: more artwork from Solé, Dister & Gotlib (Fluide Glacial)


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domingo, 14 de agosto de 2011

Just Another Band From LA (1971) [2nd Unreleased LP]

01 Billy The Mountain Pt. 2 (8/7/71 Pauley Pavilion)
02 The Subcutaneous Peril (10/11/71 Carnegie Hall)
03 An Easy Substitute For Eternity Itself (10/11/71 Carnegie Hall)

Quality: A- Stereo Soundboard

Length: 39:09


Fanzine Scan - 1991 12 T'Mershi Duween Issue 23 [UK]

Fanzine Scan - 1991 12 T'Mershi Duween Issue 23 [UK]



viernes, 12 de agosto de 2011

Frank Zappa & Ensemble Modern - The Yellow Shark Live (1992)

Frank Zappa & Ensemble Modern
The Yellow Shark Alte Oper
Frankfurt, Germany 17 sept 1992

DVD PAL MPEG-2 720x576 25 i/s CBR 6000kbps
48000 Hz 384 Kb/s
1h 29mn 22s (trailer + intro: 2mn)

01 - Classica Trailer
02 - Overture
03 - Dog/Meat
04 - Outrage at Valdez
05 - Times Beach II
06 - III (Revised)
07 - Magnesium Dress
08 - Be-Bop Tango
09 - Food Gathering
10 - Ruth is Sleeping
11 - Amnerika
12 - None of the Above pt1
13 - Pentagon Afternoon
14 - Times Beach III
15 - Welcome to the United States
16 - Pound for a Brown
17 - Get Whitey
18 - G-Spot Tornado


martes, 9 de agosto de 2011

Live @ Royal Festival Hall, London, England (25.10.1968)

01 Uncle Meat Variations 6:19 °°° fades in
02 In The Sky 2:09
03 Orange County Lumber Truck Medley [AOTT] 17:34

Frank Zappa
Roy Estrada
Jimmy Carl Black
Art Tripp
Ian Underwood
Don Preston
Bunk Gardner
Motorhead Sherwood

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Live @ Bale, Switzerland (10.01.1974)

Cassette A
1. Tush Tush Tush
2. Stinkfoot
3. Inca Roads
4. Cosmik Debris
5. Approximate
6. Florentine Pogen
7. Penguin In Bondage
8. T'Mershi Duween
9. Dog Breath Variations > Uncle Meat > Building A Girl
10. Camarillo Brillo
11. Oh No > Son Of Orange County
12. More Trouble Every Day

Cassette B
1. Tush Tush Tush
2. Stinkfoot
4. Village of the Sun
5. Echidna's Arf (Of You) > Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?
6. Montana
7. Dupree's Paradise > Tush Tush Tush
8. Pygmy Twylyte
9. Room Service > Tush Tush Tush

Frank Zappa
Napoleon Murphy Brock
Tom Fowler
Ruth Underwood
George Duke
Chester Thompson

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Revista Expreso Imaginario: La estupidez según Frank Zappa

Excelente articulo firmado por el gran Alfredo Rosso, de la revista Expreso Imaginario de mayo de 1980.


domingo, 7 de agosto de 2011

Live @ Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden (1967.09.30)

You Didn't Try To Call Me,
Bristol Stomp,
Baby Love,
Big Leg Emma,
No Matter What You Do (incl. Tchaikovsky's 6th),
Blue Suede Shoes,
Hound Dog,
King Kong,
It Can't Happen Here


Live @ Festhalle Mustermesse - Basel Switzerland (1974)

1. Tush Tush Tush
2. Stinkfoot
3. Inca Roads
4. Cosmic Debris
5. Approximate
6. Florentine Pogen
7. Penguin In Bondage
8. T'Mershi Duween

1. Dog Breath Variations > Uncle Meat > Building A Girl
2. Camarillo Brillo
3. Oh No > Son Of Orange County
4. More Trouble Every Day

1. Tush Tush Tush
2. Stinkfoot
4. Village Of The Sun
5. Echidna's Arf > Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?
6. Montana

1. Dupree's Paradise > Tush Tush Tush
2. Pygmy Twylyte
3. Room Service > Tush Tush Tush


Live @ Civic Center, Springfield, MA (1988-03-13)

00 Crowd~Tuning [0:53] °°° from BengoFury fill source
01 Intro & Voter Registration Drive [3:19] °°° BF source patches {0:00-1:02} and {1:13-1:20}
02 Stinkfoot [5:51]
03 Who Needs The Peace Corps? [3:15]
04 Outside Now [7:22]
05 Disco Boy [3:09]
06 Teenage Wind [2:37]
07 Truck Driver Divorce [6:27]
08 Packard Goose Meedley [7:24]
09 Any Kind Of Pain [5:59]
10 When The Lie's So Big [3:36] °°° BF source patch {0:00-0:05}
11 Jesus Thinks You're A Jerk [7:33]
12 Intermission (synclavier music) [0:58] °°° BF source patch {0:04-end}, cuts off

13 Intro to 2nd set [0:30] °°° cuts in, BF source patch {0:00-0:24}
14 I Am The Walrus [3:43]
15 City Of Tiny Lights [9:57]
16 A Pound For A Brown [16:11]
17 Texas Motel Medley [9:08]
18 Sofa [3:14]
19 encore break [0:55] °°° cuts in, no music missing
20 Peaches En Regalia [2:53]
21 Stairway To Heaven [9:29]
22 encore break #2 [0:31] °°° cuts in, no music missing
23 Joe's Garage [3:41]
24 Why Does It Hurt When I Pee? [2:45]
25 encore break #3 [0:29] °°° cuts in, no music missing
26 The Illinois Enema Bandit [8:47]
Total time (patched version) 130.48 min

Unpatched tracks (fzmoi69 source only)
in separate subfolder (40.1 MB):
01 Voter Registration Drive (unpatched) [2:17] °°° cuts in, cut at 0:15
10 When The Lie's So Big (unpatched) [3:33] °°° tf cut at 0:01
12 Intermission synclavier (unpatched) [0:25] °°° cut at 0:16, fades out
13 Intro to 2nd set (unpatched) [0:10] °°° cuts in
Total time (fzmoi69 source only) 127.57 min

Frank Zappa's Band, February - June 1988:
FZ, Ike Willis, Mike Keneally, Scott Thunes, Chad Wackerman, Ed Mann,
Bobby Martin, Bruce Fowler, Walt Fowler, Paul Carman, Albert Wing, Kurt McGettrick.