martes, 27 de septiembre de 2011

Frank Zappa - Dreaming Abstract (2011) [recopilatorio]

Este genio lleno de locura o viceversa, ha sido el músico más prolfífico de la historia del rock llegando a producir literlamente más de 80LP's, de los cuales muchos son dobles y posteriores a su muerte (1993) se han editado más de 200. Sus discos entraron a los generos del rock, jazz, blues, electrónica, música clásica y música concreta.

Pero para muestra es mejor que bajes y escuches esta recopilación que le hice, incluyendo la portada y la invención del nombre, así que no vas a encontrar este disco en NINGUN otro sitio de Internet.

Este recopilatorio es EXCLUSIVO de byronx71.


domingo, 25 de septiembre de 2011

We Are The Mothers & This Is What We Sound Like

This is believed to be one of the LP's from the unreleased 12-LP Mothers box. This fake Bizarre boot LP is the best of all the bootlegged versions. It is not a mere knockoff of the earlier boot "Necessity Is...". It's from a different source and far superior sounding. All bootlegs of this unreleased LP have the sides reversed for some reason. I have presented them here in the correct order. Side B is early Zappa material, which has mostly been released on "The Lost Episodes" (though it has been heavily processed there). Side A was recorded in 1968-69 and parts have been released on "Mystery Disc", "YCDTOSA 5", "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" (CD Version) and "Ahead of Their Time". Tracks 06, 13, 16, 18 are totally unreleased. A few other tracks are extended edits with more material than the official release. Most of Side B is mono...the rest is true stereo. I don't think "Hey Nelda" is really a "bonus track" as it is listed on the Zappa Patio. I haven't seen any proof of that. It is from the same source as the songs that preceed it...not as though someone dubbed it from vinyl and tacked it on.

01 Lost In A Whirlpool
02 The Blackouts
03 Ronnie Sings
04 Kenny's Booger Story
05 Ronnie's Booger Story
06 Booger Freaks Of America
07 Anyway The Wind Blows
08 Fountain Of Love
09 Opus 5
10 Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance
11 Hey Nelda
12 Mothers At KPFK
13 Lowell George Whips It Out
14 Right There
15 Kung Fu #1
16 Igor's Boogie...Little Doo Wop
17 Bunk Gardner Whips It Out
18 Studio Piece


viernes, 23 de septiembre de 2011

Eddie Jobson Band - Live @ Zappanale #22 [Galopprennbahn Bad Doberan, Germany] (21.08.2011)

Eddie Jobson Band, 21 08 2011
headliner at Zappanale #22, Galopprennbahn Bad Doberan, Germany

audience recording
118 m 9 s
master clone
sound quality: A- the first two songs, A the rest

recorded on Zoom H2 with 120° angle by Zappamaniac

transfer by Zappamaniac
Zoom H2 -> HD
level adjustements with Magix audio studio 2007 deluxe
split with CD Wave Editor
dBpowerAmp -> FLAC (lowest compression)
Traders Little Helper -> md5
Torrent made with uTorrent


01 Intro 5.22 *** cuts in
02 Caesar´s Palace Blues 4.33
03 Eddie talks about his time with Zappa 2.25
04 Caesar´s Palace Blues (2nd try) 4.16
05 In the Dead of Night 13.36
a) In the Dead of Night
b) By the Light of Day
c) Presto vivace and Reprise
06 "Läther" Preamble 2.41
07 I promise not to come in your mouth/Läther (Zappa) 3.39
08 Carrying no Cross 13.50
09 Nevermore 8.22
10 Drum Solo 10.50
11 Alaska 4.51
12 City of tiny Lights (Zappa) 9.13
13 Inca Roads (Zappa) 9.31
14 The only thing she needs 8.30
15 encore break 2.22
16 Red (King Crimson) 6.01
17 Muffin Man (Zappa) 7.10
18 Purple Lagoon Outro (Zappa) 0.49

All songs from UK, except where noted


Eddie Jobson: keyboards, violin and samples
Marc Bonilla: Electric Guitar
Alex Machacek: Bass and Vocals
Marco Minnemann: Drums

Special Guests on the Zappa Tracks:

Ray White: Vocals and Guitar
Ike Willis: Vocals and Guitar
André Cholmondeley: Guitar and Guitar Solo on Inca Roads
Kahlil Sabbagh: Marimba and Vibes

pass. zappagrita

lunes, 19 de septiembre de 2011

Leroy Theater [Pawtucket, RI] (27.10.1976)

In October 1976 Zappa toured with vocalists Ray White and Lady Bianca (another strongly gospel-influenced singer), Eddie Jobson (freed from Roxy Music as Bryan Ferry split for a solo career) on violin and keyboards and the O'Hearn/Bozzio rhythm section. With so few participants, there was less need for the elaborate arrangements used for larger forces, and the music was exceptionally fluid - the sound wet and live. The was room for a great deal of spontaneity.

Frank invited Lady Bianca to tour with him as a backing vocalist and pianist but this only lasted a month as she felt uncomfortable singing some of his highly sexual lyrics.

Lady Bianca was in the band when the tour started in Miami on October 16, 1976, and She quit sometime between November 11th-16th '76. The last tape with Bianca is Quebec November 11th and the first without her is Toronto November 16. She sang "You Didn't Try To Call Me" and "Black Napkins" in virtually every show.

Lady Bianca is featured on “Wind Up Workin’ in a Gas Station” from the Rykodisc Cd “You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore Vol. 6” and on the recently released "Philly 76" . Other performances can be found on various Zappa bootlegs.

Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

Early show

101. The Purple Lagoon
102. Stinkfoot (with Mexican Hat Dance)
103. The Poodle Lecture
104. Dirty Love
105. Wind Up Workin' In A Gas Station
106. Tryin' To Grow A Chin
107. The Torture Never Stops
108. City Of Tiny Lights
109. You Didn't Try To Call Me
110. Manx Needs Women
111. Titties 'n Beer

201. Black Napkins
202. Advance Romance (with In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida excerpt)
203. The Purple Lagoon
204. Dinah-Moe Humm
205. Muffin Man
206. The Purple Lagoon
207. What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are?
208. Stranded In The Jungle
209. The Purple Lagoon

Frank Zappa
Ray White
Patrick O'Hearn
Terry Bozzio
Eddie Jobson
Lady Bianca

Parte 1
Parte 2
Parte 3

domingo, 18 de septiembre de 2011

Good Grief (1982)

Musicians: Various - Ahmet guests on "Frogs with Dirty Little Lips" and Lisa Popeil sings "The Dangerous Kitchen"

1. Lock Jaw Rap [00:41]
2. Hail Caesar [06:40]
3. The Closer You Are [Earl Lewis / Morgan Robinson] / Johnny Darling [Louis Statton / Johnny Statton] [not listed] [03:25]
4. Frogs with Dirty Little Lips [03:31]
5. Lisa's Dangerous Kitchen ["The Dangerous Kitchen"] [06:23]

6. Fine Girl [03:19]
7. Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously? [01:35]
8. We're Turning Again [05:39]
9. Heavy Duty Judy [with vocals] [04:39]
10. What's New in Baltimore? [03:29]

* Track 1 has Zappa talking to the audience for about 40 seconds, in London 19-Jun-1982 (first show). In a discussion on in March 2000 about "the dumbest or most embarassing thing Zappa said on stage", it was one of two things that came up. It goes like this:

"You know, as I look out here tonight, I see all these people and wonder what kind of people actually come to a show like this, and I know! Usually it's a bunch of guys who think that maybe it's cool to come here, and then they bring these girls along that wouldn't be caught dead in a place like this, listening to this shitty kind of music, and they sit there and grit their fucking teeth for two hours, and then maybe later they give the guy a blowjob. Well let me tell you something; all you guys that brought girls like this to this kind of a concert, I hope you do get blown by those lock-jawed little bitches that you brought in here."

(The other thing that came up was the imfamous "women's movement" from Saratoga 1-Sep-1984, on Kreega Bondola.)

* Track 2 is live in London 28-Feb-1978.
* Tracks 3-4 are live in Santa Monica 11-Dec-1981 (first show); track 4 also appears as a "bonus track" on Welcome to the Mudd Club, where part of Zappa's spoken intro has been edited out. Apparently, this was the first live performance with Ahmet, Frank's son (noted on the cover).
* Track 5 is live in Santa Monica 11-Dec-1981 (second show).
* Track 6 is yet another different mix of the Tinsel-Town Rebellion recording; the unreleased Crush All Boxes album had another mix
* Track 7 is live 1980.
* Track 8 is an unknown 1982 or 1982 live version identified as "the Palladium, New York, 31-Oct-1982", but there was no such show.
* Track 9 is a soundboard recording from the second show in Pittsburgh 13-Nov-1980 (the same recording as on Apocrypha). It has "vocals", in the sense that Ike and Ray sing "Heavy Duty Judy" in the very beginning over the riff.
* Track 10 is live in Cologne 21-May-1982.

Sound quality graded as A on track 5, B on track 6 and C on all other tracks. Track 6 is an incredibly good performance, also circulated on grade A soundboard tapes.


The Word - Magazine Scan (2010 11)


sábado, 10 de septiembre de 2011

The Guitar World According To Frank (1987)


cover scan by Knut Skogstad[Posted to by Dave Lane on March 19 1996 [nostalgic internet message header :)], slightly edited and HTML-enhanced for readabilty and clairty by Bossk (R), and annotated by us and our chosen cast.]
The Guitar World According to Frank Zappa
A Special Guitar World Audio Presentation

CrO2 Cassette
Barking Pumpkin Records GW002, 1987

Side 1

* Sleep Dirt
* Friendly Little Finger
* Excerpt from "Revised Music for Guitar & Low-Budget Symphony Orchestra"
* Things That Look Like Meat [shorter than on Guitar]

Side 2

* Down in de Dew
* A Solo from Heidelberg [otherwise unreleased]
* A Solo from Cologne [longer version of "But Who Was Fulcanelli?" on Guitar]
* A Solo from Atlanta [longer version of "For Duane" on Guitar]


jueves, 8 de septiembre de 2011

Frank Zappa - Stockholm In Bondage (21.08.1973)

Disc 1 - Opopoppa Warm-Up (20.33)

01. Intro
02. Cosmik Debris
03. Penguin In Bondage
04. Kung Fu

Frank Zappa
Tom Fowler
Bruce Fowler
Jean-Luc Ponty
Ian Underwood
George Duke
Ruth Underwood
Ralph Humphrey


miércoles, 7 de septiembre de 2011

Frank Zappa - Live @ Ljubljana (1975-11-22)

01. Introduction
02. Stink Foot
03. The Poodle Lecture
04. Dirty Love
05. Black Napkins
06. Advance Romance
07. Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?
08. The Illinois Enema Bandit
09. Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy
10. Lonely Little Girl
11. Drum Solo

Today is the 7th anniversary of the passing of the guy that got me interested in uncle Frank back in our highschool years, he also got me into Stevie Wonder and god... and was also the first person that taught me what is now my favorite saying... "Remember there is a difference between kneeling down and bending over"

Parte 1
Parte 2

martes, 6 de septiembre de 2011

Frank Zappa - Live At Circus Krone Munich Germany 1978 (DVD)

01 - Pound for a Brown
02 - Baby Snakes
03 - Deathless Horsie
04 - Dancin' Fool
05 - Easy Meat
06 - Honey Don't You Want a Man Like Me?
07 - Keep It Greasey
08 - Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?
09 - Sofa #2
10 - Vinnie's Seal Call Fusion Music
11 - Bobby Brown
12 - Conehead
13 - Dead Air/I'm On Duty
14 - St. Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast
15 - Father Oblivion
16 - Rollo
17 - Bamboozled Outro

Frank Zappa
Ike Willis
Denny Walley
Arthur Barrow
Tommy Mars
Peter Wolf
Ed Mann
Vinnie Colaiuta

Descargar JDownloader.

John Lennon & Frank Zappa - San Francisco CA 1971 (DVD)

01 - Well (Baby Please Don't Go)
02 - Jamrag
03 - Scumbag
04 - Aü

John Lennon--guitar, vocals
Yoko Ono--bag, vocals
Frank Zappa--guitar, vocals
Howard Kaylan--vocals, tambourine
Mark Volman--vocals, tambourine
Bob Harris--keyboards
Don Preston--Minimoog
Ian Underwood--keyboards, alto sax
Jim Pons--bass, vocals
Aynsley Dunbar--drum

Descargar JDownloader.

lunes, 5 de septiembre de 2011

The Perpetual Hard-On (1984)

Recorded in Böblingen (Stuttgart, Germani), 02-Oct-1984

*** LIMITED EDITION - Number of copies printed unknown ***

Play time ~102 min
Label: MA 1015/1016 ("Perpetual Records"?)


1. Zoot Allures
2. Bamboozled by Love
3. Tinseltown Rebellion
4. More Trouble Every Day
5. Penguin in Bondage
6. Hot-Plate Heaven at the Green Hotel
7. Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up
8. In France
9. I'm the Slime
10. Be in My Video

11. Nite Owl [Tony Allen]
12. Montana
13. Easy Meat
14. Cocaine Decisions
15. Nig Biz
16. Sharleena
17. Dinah-Moe Humm
18. Cosmik Debris
19. Stink-Foot
20. He's So Gay
21. Bobby Brown
22. Joe's Garage
23. Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?

Frank Zappa, Ike Willis, Ray White, Scott Thunes, Chad Wackerman, Alan Zavod and Bobby Martin.

Parte 1
Parte 2

sábado, 3 de septiembre de 2011

Carlos Hagen Presents Mount St. Mary's Concert (19.05.1963)

Actually, the first time I had any of it ["serious" music] performed was at Mount St. Mary's College in 1962. I spent $300 and got together a college orchestra, and I put on this little concert. Maybe less than a hundred people showed up for it, but the thing was actually taped and broadcast by KPFK. (...) By the time I graduated from high school in '58, I still hadn't written any rock and roll songs, although I had a little rock and roll band in my senior year. I didn't write any rock and roll stuff until I was in my 20s. All the music writing that I was doing was either chamber music or orchestral, and none of it ever got played until this concert at Mount St. Mary's.
Rip Rense on the liner notes of The Lost Episodes:

It took place in 1963 at, of all pastoral places, lovely Mount St. Mary's College, a private Catholic institution perched in the lush Santa Monica Mountains above West Los Angeles. (...) The program included a piece called "Opus 5," aleatoric works that required some improvisation, a piece for orchestra and taped electronic music, with accompanying visuals in the form of FZ's own experimental 8mm films (Motorhead Sherwood described one such film depicting the Los Angeles County Fair carnival, double exposed with passing telephone poles).

The Original Concert Program




Sunday, May 19, 1963
8:30 p.m.

Little Theater

Mount St. Mary's College



I. Variables II for Orchestra
II. Variables I for Any Five Instruments


III. Opus 5, for Four Orchestras
IV. Rehearsalism
V. Three Pieces of Visual Music with Jazz Group

Question and Answer Period


1. (opening comments by Carlos Hagen)
2. Piece #2 of Visual Music 1957 for Jazz Ensemble and 16mm Projector
3. Piano Pieces from Opus 5
4. Collage #1 for Stringed Instruments
5. 2 Fragments of the Prepared Tape to be used in Opus 5
6. Opus 5
7. (question and answer session)
8. (closing comments by Carlos Hagen)


Greasy Love Songs [Sporthalle, Linz, Austria] (1988) (Bootleg)

Sporthalle, Linz, Austria 1988-05-28

1. The Black Page
2. Inca Roads
3. Stick Together
4. My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama
5. Willie The Pimp
6. Montana
7. City Of Tiny Lights
8. You Are What You Is
9. Marqueson's Chicken
10. I Ain't Got No Heart
11. Love Of My Life
12. Cruising For Burgers
13. Bamboozled By Love
14. Find Her Finer
15. Big Swifty
16. Stairway To Heaven
17. Bolero
18. Joe's Garage
19. Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?
20. Sharleena
21. I Am The Walrus
22. The Illinois Enema Bandit


viernes, 2 de septiembre de 2011

Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison

Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison

For those of you that don't want to know what sex this is, don't read the following:

1. Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison
2. Buffalo Voice
3. Secular Humanism
4. Worms From Hell
5. Samba Funk

Realized by FZ on his Synclavier. All tracks produced by Frank Zappa.

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jueves, 1 de septiembre de 2011

Zapped (1970)

From Michael Gray's book MOTHER!, page 115:
Straight/Bizarre also put out a sampler album of its "product" at the same time as Uncle Meat and the Lenny Bruce albums were issued (April, 1969 [it seems to have actually been 1970, probably February - Ed.]). The sampler was called Zapped, was available mail-order from Warner Brothers in the States, and was a real loss-leader, selling for just one dollar. It featured tracks from albums by Frank Zappa, The Mothers of Invention, Wild Man Fischer, The GTOs, Tim Buckley, Tim Dawe, Jeff Simmons, Lord Buckley, Alice Cooper, and the redoubtable Captain Beefheart.
There were three versions of this old sampler. They had different covers - one had a photo of Zappa (which also appeared on Hot Rats), and one had a collage of pictures of all the featured artists - and different tracks 3, 6, 8 and 11. The "photo cover" version also appeared with the tracks from the "collage cover" version, and that variant is the "third version".
HOT RATS Photo Cover Version
Released with Bizarre labels. From U:
The cover picture is a black & white photo of Zappa which also appears in the Hot Rats CD booklet (Zappa looks into the camera, wearing a little scarf tied around his neck). The inner sleeve states that it's an album in the Warner/Reprise Loss Leader Record series, which was a series of 4 or 5 double LPs, $2 each, and one single LP, Zappéd, $1. The back cover, inner sleeve and record labels say "Zappéd", while the front cover says "Zapped".
1. Alice Cooper: Titanic Overture (01:09)
2. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: The Blimp (mousetrapreplica) (02:04)
3. Judy Henske & Jerry Yester: St Nicholas Hall
4. Tim Buckley: I Must Have Been Blind (03:40)
5. Wild Man Fischer: Merry-Go-Round (01:56)
6. Alice Cooper: Refrigerator Heaven
7. Tim Dawe: Little Boy Blue (02:15)
8. Lord Buckley: Governor Slugwell
9. Jeff Simmons: Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up (03:14) [Zappa on guitar]
10. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Old Fart at Play (01:54)
11. The Mothers of Invention: Holiday in Berlin, Full Blown
12. GTOs: Do Me In Once And I'll Be Sad, Do Me In Twice And I'll Know Better (Circular Circulation) (02:19)
13. Frank Zappa: Willie the Pimp (09:25)
From Inside the Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders:
A single disc featuring acts on Frank Zappa's Bizarre/Straight labels. Notes by John Mendelsohn.
NOTE: This is the first release, with Zappa's Bizarre logo on the label; Warners later reissued it with a standard WB label and the same number, but different cover art and a few different tracks. (Our thanks to Keith Hanlon, your source on the Web for all things Judy Henske, for this revelation.)
(Australian Version)
From Collecting Frank Zappa in Australia - Part 1: The Early Years, an article by Stuart Penny in it - The Australian Record Collectors Magazine, Issue #14 June-July-August 1995 (provided by Henry Griggs, Sydney, Australia):
Never on sale in the shops, the US version of Zappéd was a (sort of) promo-only sampler featuring tracks from the likes of Captain Beefheart, GTOs, Wild Man Fischer etc., and was available only by mail-order direct from Warner Bros for the princely sum of US$1! Strange then, that in 1972, the album should appear in Australia as a full-blown commercial release! Issued with the "Zappa" ["Hot Rats"] photo cover/track listing, the Oz version of Zappéd (Reprise RS 5270) was issued as a mid-price release and, as such, appears to have sold reasonably well. Although copies are not especially difficult to find, the fact that Australia appears to be the only country in the world where this LP was released commercially increases the desirability factor somewhat.
Collage Cover Version
Released with standard Warner labels. From Svend Rosendahl:
I have the version with the collage photo cover: A collage made of black & white photos of the artists playing on this record. On the front in the upper right corner ZAPPÉD is printed in red in a semicircle. The label is Bizarre/Reprise PRO 368, and it was Released in February 1970. Cover design by Nancy Chester, and liner notes by John Mendelsohn (Warner Brothers Records).
1. Alice Cooper: Titanic Overture (01:09)
2. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: The Blimp (mousetrapreplica) (02:04)
3. Judy Henske & Jerry Yester: Horses on a Stick (02:10)
4. Tim Buckley: I Must Have Been Blind (03:40)
5. Wild Man Fischer: Merry-Go-Round (01:56)
6. Alice Cooper: Reflected (03:10)
7. Tim Dawe: Little Boy Blue (02:15)
8. Lord Buckley: The Train (02:24)
9. Jeff Simmons: Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up (03:14) [Zappa on guitar]
10. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Old Fart at Play (01:54)
11. The Mothers of Invention: Valarie (02:15) [Clarence Lewis / Bobby Robinson]
12. GTOs: Do Me In Once And I'll Be Sad, Do Me In Twice And I'll Know Better (Circular Circulation) (02:19)
13. Frank Zappa: Willie the Pimp (09:25)
The liner notes also state that "Zappéd includes tracks from all Bizarre/Straight albums released to date (February 1970), with the exception of the Mothers' Uncle Meat (Reprise 2024)".
Third Version
The "third version" has the "collage cover" record, but the Hot Rats photo cover.
Additional informants: Robert Cloos, The Torchum Never Stops


NDR Bigband plays Zappa at the moers festival, Germany

The Colin Towns NDR Bigband

March and June 2004, the NDR Big Band, conducted by Colin Towns, performed a couple of Frank Zappa tribute concerts, called "Frank Zappa's Hot Licks (And Funny Smells)"..

June 25, German radio did a broadcast were they played various tracks recorded at the Rolf-Liebermann-Studio in Hamburg on 2004/03/26.

September 20, Dutch radio aired the May 31 Moers concert.

In 2005 an album called "Frank Zappa's Hot Licks (And Funny Smells)" got released, presenting the 2004/05/31 Moers concert.

colin towns + ndr bigband

frank zappa's hot licks (and funny smells)
- all compositions by frank zappa

2005 cd ger rent a dog rad 2007-2
recorded 2004/05/31 at the moers festival, germany

colin towns: conductor / arranger
lennart axelsson: trumpet
ingolf burkhardt: trumpet
claus stötter: trumpet
reiner winterschladen: trumpet
dan gottshall: trombone
sebastian hoffmann: trombone
stefan lottermann: trombone
ingo lahme: bass trombone, tuba
fiete felsch: alt sax, clarinet
peter bolte: alt sax
christof lauer: tenor sax
lutz büchner: tenor sax
frank delle: bass sax, soprano sax
vladyslav sendecki: piano, keyboards
stephan diez: guitar
lucas lindholm: bass
marcio doctor: percussion
ian thomas: drums

all compositions by frank zappa, except where noted

introduction & anthem (j.stafford smith, f.scott ken)

Willie the Pimp 2:18
Let's make the Water Turn Black 2:45
Watermelon in Easter Hay 7:35
Be-Bop Tango 0:52
G-Spot Tornado 5:22
Sinister Footwear 4:27
Little Umbrellas/ Big Swifty 7:20
Waka Jawaka 6:13
Stevie's Spanking 3:46
Brown Shoes don't Make it 2:21
Peaches en Regalia 4:31


The Sheik's Rehearsals (2001)

Rehearsals in Culver City 16-Aug-1978

Sound quality: Soundboard B
Label: The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-260-1

1. Dancin' Fool
2. Honey, Don't You Want a Man Like Me?
3. Keep It Greasy
4. Village of the Sun
5. The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing
6. City of Tiny Lites
7. Baby Snakes
8. Sofa
9. Packard Goose
10. A Pound for a Brown on the Bus
11. Watermelon in Easter Hay
12. Dinah-Moe Humm
13. Black Napkins
14. I Have Been in You

Tracks 1-10 & 13 are rehearsals from Culver City 16-Aug-1978. Tracks 11-13 live in Neunkirchen am Brand 25-feb-1978.

And note that nothing on this bootleg is actually recording sessions nor rehearsals for Sheik Yerbouti. The rehearsals are for the tour after the "SY tour".

See also: UMRK Rehearsal 8/16/78