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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 4:06 am 
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Picked my copy up last night at The Yellow Shark performance. Expensive!

Yet to listen, won't be able to tonight either, as I'll be watching the ZPZ Roundhouse show live online of course.


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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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Picked my copy up last night at The Yellow Shark performance. Expensive!

Yet to listen, won't be able to tonight either, as I'll be watching the ZPZ Roundhouse show live online of course.


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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 5:54 am 
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PappaWas1975 wrote:
Picked my copy up last night at The Yellow Shark performance. Expensive!

Yet to listen, won't be able to tonight either, as I'll be watching the ZPZ Roundhouse show live online of course.


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Disc one

Convocation / Purple Lagoon intro
Dancin' Fool
Peaches
The Torture Never Stops
Tryin To Grow A Chin
City Of Tiny Lites
Baby Snakes
Pound For A Brown

Disc two

I Have Been In You
Flakes
Broken Hearts..
Punky's Whips
Titties And Beer
Audience Participation
The Black Page #2
Jones Crusher
The Little House I Used To Live In

Disc three

Dong Work For Yuda
Bobby Brown
Envelopes
Terry Firma
Disco Boy
King Kong
Watermelon ( Prequel )
Dinah Moe
Camarillo
Muffin
Black Napkins
San bern'


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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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wow, i thought for sure this was a Perfect choice to finally get the long Wild Love (with the long Belew solos) > Yo mama...oh well...


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thanks PappaWas1975 :D

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Damn, sounds really good. I might have to order this one.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 8:04 am 
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Yes, much thanks Pappa!

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:21 am 
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PappaWas1975 wrote:
HJ wrote:
PappaWas1975 wrote:
Picked my copy up last night at The Yellow Shark performance. Expensive!

Yet to listen, won't be able to tonight either, as I'll be watching the ZPZ Roundhouse show live online of course.


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Disc one

Convocation / Purple Lagoon intro
(...)
San bern'

THANKS!!!!

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As mentioned above, interesting that Yo' Mama is not there. It must be one of the very few Zappa songs that has only been released once (along with . . . . Wild Love). Maybe this was always played at tape shifting times???? I don't mind. I still treasure side four of SY as one of the finest Zappa sides.

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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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HJ wrote:
As mentioned above, interesting that Yo' Mama is not there. It must be one of the very few Zappa songs that has only been released once (along with . . . . Wild Love). Maybe this was always played at tape shifting times???? I don't mind. I still treasure side four of SY as one of the finest Zappa sides.


Yes, I certainly don't want to come off as disappointed with the plethora of soon-to-be gems in there but Yo Mama will certainly be missed. If you haven't heard some of the amazing live versions floating out there - I highly recommend!

Mo' Mama off of "Warts and "All" = tits on glass (a good thing) :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 11:22 am 
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PappaWas1975 wrote:

Disc one

Convocation / Purple Lagoon intro
Dancin' Fool
Peaches
The Torture Never Stops
Tryin To Grow A Chin
City Of Tiny Lites
Baby Snakes
Pound For A Brown

Disc two

I Have Been In You
Flakes
Broken Hearts..
Punky's Whips
Titties And Beer
Audience Participation
The Black Page #2
Jones Crusher
The Little House I Used To Live In

Disc three

Dong Work For Yuda
Bobby Brown
Envelopes
Terry Firma
Disco Boy
King Kong
Watermelon ( Prequel )
Dinah Moe
Camarillo
Muffin
Black Napkins
San bern'


The track list is extremely promising. This looks like well edited set, with all the good songs created for this band, plus classics from all eras. Each of the three discs has a strong sequence in the middle (Peaches/Torture, Punky's Whips, King Kong/Watermelon) and then a monster finale - Pound for a Brown, Little House, Black Napkins/San Bernardino. On the whole it looks like a very satisfying listening experience. Tasty.

And who knows - maybe we'll get a big Yo' Mama with Colaiuta before long!

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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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I've listened to disc one, and it is good. Flows well, and the sound is excellent. Most of us having had the boots from this tour for a while, it is nice to hear it spruced up!

Packaging is great too! Free balloon!


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Pappa! You're back!! (hugs)

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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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HJ wrote:
As mentioned above, interesting that Yo' Mama is not there. It must be one of the very few Zappa songs that has only been released once (along with . . . . Wild Love). Maybe this was always played at tape shifting times???? I don't mind. I still treasure side four of SY as one of the finest Zappa sides.


There was the "Solo From Heidelberg" on a cassette-only release, and later on One-Shot Deal. One guess...perhaps FZ wasn't comfortable with his vocals on live versions of this song?


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Thanks to all (espeacially yo Pappa was) for the trak listing....So Yo mama is not on there...fuck! but what a treat to get a three cd set(with a ballon) of the SY period....one of my persona fav'. And theres probly that totally amazing slide guitar on Jones crusher...that gets me in the guts everytime....

I'm hyped for this baby man!

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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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Pappa! You're back!! (hugs)



Hey! I lurk, don't post much here now though, apart from when new releases and events make things more interesting!


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 Post subject: re: mammysmith odeon
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sounds like a winner; will wait for the december zpz show & get it

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PappaWas1975 wrote:
Disc one

Convocation / Purple Lagoon intro
[...]

Muchas gracias, Pappa --

I wonder what the track timings for Little House /King Kong & Pound for a Brown look like.... ?!?

here diplomaticpermissiondeepi wrote:
Superb packaging, one of the best I have seen of the Barfko Swill variety

Is it a triple fold-out, like Lumpy M., a box or a canister? I hear it has marital aids disguised as a baloon and a party hat?
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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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Best packaging means that what we see isn't the cover then. Because "Best" and that cover don't belong in that same sentence, let alone the same state.

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PappaWas1975 wrote:
HJ wrote:
PappaWas1975 wrote:
Picked my copy up last night at The Yellow Shark performance. Expensive!

Yet to listen, won't be able to tonight either, as I'll be watching the ZPZ Roundhouse show live online of course.


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Disc one

Convocation / Purple Lagoon intro
Dancin' Fool
Peaches
The Torture Never Stops
Tryin To Grow A Chin
City Of Tiny Lites
Baby Snakes
Pound For A Brown

Disc two

I Have Been In You
Flakes
Broken Hearts..
Punky's Whips
Titties And Beer
Audience Participation
The Black Page #2
Jones Crusher
The Little House I Used To Live In

Disc three

Dong Work For Yuda
Bobby Brown
Envelopes
Terry Firma
Disco Boy
King Kong
Watermelon ( Prequel )
Dinah Moe
Camarillo
Muffin
Black Napkins
San bern'
I picked a copy up last night 40 Fucking Squid Left the roundhouse about 11 Took 5 hours or more to get in the car Only a mile away(a couple of hours in took looking for the Car my Nephew went and found a hotel room alone,found out he had the Disc's and lost them.

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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
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lost em! I'd lose him now.

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 Post subject: Re: Hammersmith Odeon
PostPosted: Sun Nov 07, 2010 9:25 am 
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Does anyone have photos of the packaging? Is it similar to Lumpy Money?


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Same old Same old.. I have very little interest in this one!

I wish they'd put out Dance Me This.

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lost em! I'd lose him now.
UP date he threw them in a bin with is cans :?

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PappaWas1975 wrote:
Disc one

Convocation / Purple Lagoon intro
(...)
San bern'

Yeah ! Thanks man !


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pics, pics, pics....... please.


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