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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 5:36 am 
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Mine would look like this:

Disc 1:
1.Opening Guitar Solo (Hannover 79)
2.Packard Goose (Best of the Halloween Versions with 29.October Guitar Solo)
3.City of tiny Lites (Slide solo: Brest 79 Guitar:Hannover 79)
4.Whippin´Post (88)
5.I Am The Walrus
6.Pound for A Brown (1988)

Disc 2:
1.Uncle Meat (29 October 78)
2.Penguin solo (Buffalo 74)
3.Jones Crusher (77)
4.Watermelon in Easter Hay (with Shanker 31 Oct 78)
4.King Kong solo (79 Hannover)
5.Encore Break (Hannover)
6.Daddy Daddy Daddy (84)
7.Texas Motel Medley

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 7:00 am 
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The next one!

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 8:36 am 
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Gwonam wrote:
Mine would look like this:

Disc 1:
1.Opening Guitar Solo (Hannover 79)
2.Packard Goose (Best of the Halloween Versions with 29.October Guitar Solo)
3.City of tiny Lites (Slide solo: Brest 79 Guitar:Hannover 79)
4.Whippin´Post (88)
5.I Am The Walrus
6.Pound for A Brown (1988)

Disc 2:
1.Uncle Meat (29 October 78)
2.Penguin solo (Buffalo 74)
3.Jones Crusher (77)
4.Watermelon in Easter Hay (with Shanker 31 Oct 78)
4.King Kong solo (79 Hannover)
5.Encore Break (Hannover)
6.Daddy Daddy Daddy (84)
7.Texas Motel Medley

I´ve got no hobbies.


With the right sound, that could be an absolute killer album! Hey, Gwonam, with tastes like that, how come you don't recommend YCDTOSA 5?

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 9:55 am 
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One with all new quality music. I have enough versions of Inca Roads and The Torture Never Stops by now. Not that they're bad songs or anything, I just have enough versions.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 12:42 pm 
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Gwonam wrote:
What would be The Zappa Album of your Dreams?

Something without Bozzio.
Dance Me This.
Peefeeyatko on Blue-ray.
'Joe's Menage' on Edison Wax.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 2:49 pm 
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FRANK ZAPPA : Fifty-Fifty LIVE! 2015
Deluxe Box-Set housing all fifty shows of the 2015 tour celebrating 50 years of Frank Zappa music. The 74 year old Zappa is in fine form fronting son Dweezil's Zappa Plays Zappa, the Ensemble Modern and special guests, Steve Vai, Terry Bozzio, Napolean Murphy Brock, Ray White, George Duke, Flo & Eddie, the Mammy Nun Dancers and a cast of former Zappa and Mothers sidemen. Extra special guests Mr. Sting, Gregg Allman (on Whipping Post) and Eric Clapton (introducing Frank "It's God, I See God!"). The repertoire reaches every corner of the Zappa Catalog including his latest masterwork, "Greggery Peccary in Outer Space". Available in cd/dvd/blue ray/vynyl. The first 500 copies are autographed by Mr. Zappa and contain a snippet of his trademarked moustache embossed in a heavy guitar pick. Suggested retail price $10,000.00.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:02 pm 
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Suggested retail price $10,000.00.
:lol: Is it going to be a ZFT release?


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:33 pm 
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The complete Hot Rats sessions

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The complete Petite Wazoo Tour

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The original 12 record set

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:38 pm 
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The Uncle Meat 40th Anniversary Box Set (4 discs)

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 4:46 pm 
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buffalo_voice wrote:
KillUgly wrote:
Suggested retail price $10,000.00.
:lol: Is it going to be a ZFT release?

No need for the ZFT since in my dream FZ is still alive. Perhaps he could pair it down to a 2 cd compilation for the poor folks. In my dream I have enough money to buy it. :)


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 8:57 pm 
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Bobby wrote:
The complete Hot Rats sessions

or

The complete Petite Wazoo Tour

or

The original 12 record set


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:28 am 
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Hunchentoot! And a digital release of the entire vault.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 9:37 am 
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Dark Clothes wrote:
Gwonam wrote:
Mine would look like this:

Disc 1:
1.Opening Guitar Solo (Hannover 79)
2.Packard Goose (Best of the Halloween Versions with 29.October Guitar Solo)
3.City of tiny Lites (Slide solo: Brest 79 Guitar:Hannover 79)
4.Whippin´Post (88)
5.I Am The Walrus
6.Pound for A Brown (1988)

Disc 2:
1.Uncle Meat (29 October 78)
2.Penguin solo (Buffalo 74)
3.Jones Crusher (77)
4.Watermelon in Easter Hay (with Shanker 31 Oct 78)
4.King Kong solo (79 Hannover)
5.Encore Break (Hannover)
6.Daddy Daddy Daddy (84)
7.Texas Motel Medley

I´ve got no hobbies.


With the right sound, that could be an absolute killer album! Hey, Gwonam, with tastes like that, how come you don't recommend YCDTOSA 7?
Thank you! I´ve already created my own volumes 7&8 (even with edited together versions)

Here´s another one:

Disc 1:
Heavy Duty Judy (84)
My Guitar Wants to kill your mama (w\Bianca)
Willie the Pimp (75 with Beefheart)
Pound for a Brown\Sleeping in A Jar (Numerous sixties concerts ,neither of the official ones cut it)
Corrida (68)
In the Sky (68\69)
Son of Mr.Green Genes (68)

Disc 2:
Ms.Pinky (Instrumental) (76)
What´s New In Baltimore (81) (Head:Ritz Solo:Santa Monica)
Bamboozled by Love (80)
Wild Love (Complete version from 4 track road tapes)
T-Mershi Duween (75)
Swallow my Pride (75)
Sharleena (88)
Sleep Dirt (75)
Whippin Post (Reggae version from the Ritz)


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 11:11 am 
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The album Frank is making right now in the afterlife.....I hope!


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 11:44 am 
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Bobby wrote:
The complete Petite Wazoo Tour



Yep. That's good.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 4:47 pm 
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calvin2hikers wrote:
The Uncle Meat 40th Anniversary Box Set (4 discs)


Oh yeah, with the 4 DVDs of ROXY
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 1:56 am 
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It's not exactly an album, but I used to have a recurring dream of being at a Zappa concert, many years after 1993. The ambience was a bit like the Tinseltown Rebellion cover illustration, and the vibe was one of anticipation and incredible satisfaction that Zappa's death was just a rumour. He would enter the stage, frail, but healthy, and then, just as the show was about to begin, I used to wake up...

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Poor Dark Clothes, that is cruel!

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 6:51 am 
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Dark Clothes wrote:
It's not exactly an album, but I used to have a recurring dream of being at a Zappa concert, many years after 1993. [...]He would enter the stage, frail, but healthy, and then, just as the show was about to begin, I used to wake up...

Man, what kind of neck pickup did he use, and could you make out the Bi-Phase, or whot?


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Weasels ripped my flesh title track looped for approx. 79 min...

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Lumpy Money w/ Money Demos


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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
Weasels ripped my flesh title track looped for approx. 79 min...

I can do that on DVD Audio in 5.1 just for you my friend.


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one of them would be (and I've said it before); the complete lumpy gravy piano people sessions

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Disc 1

Any Downers ? (Vancouver '75)
Camarillo Brillo (Fall '74)
Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance >
Ugliest Part Of Your Body (Fall '75)
Directy From My Heart To You (With Sugarcane Harris, LA 3/7/70)
Valarie (Best Version from 1968)
Uncle Remus (Live whenever)
Waka Jawaka (Halloween '72)
Black Napkins (Halloween '76)

Disc 2

Watermelon In Easter Hay (With L Shankar, Halloween '78)
Andy (Fall '74)
50/50 (with Jean Luc Ponty Spring '73)
RDNZL (St Paul, Minnesota '74)
Pygmy Twylyte (Fall '74)
Big Swifty (Halloween '74)
Ol '55 (with Tom Waits 8/11/74)
Louie Louie (any version)

Disc 3
King Kong (Paris 12/17/70)
Outside Now (3/31/79 Munich)
Willie The Pimp (with Beefheart '75)


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Maroual wrote:
Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
Weasels ripped my flesh title track looped for approx. 79 min...

I can do that on DVD Audio in 5.1 just for you my friend.

That would be great, thanks :wink: . Now, would it decompose the white noise as a prism decomposes the white light?

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