You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 4

June 14th 1991
Zappa Records
Little Rubber Girl
177
Stick Together
125
My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama
200
Willie The Pimp
126
Montana
347
Brown Moses
158
The Evil Prince
432
Approximate
109
Love Of My Life Mudd Club Version
118
Let's Move To Cleveland Solos (1984)
431
You Call That Music?
247
Pound For A Brown Solos (1978)
390
The Black Page (1984)
315
Take Me Out To The Ball Game
182
Filthy Habits
340
The Torture Never Stops - Original Version
559
Church Chat - Original Version
120
Stevie's Spanking - Original Version
652
Outside Now - Original Version
370
Disco Boy - Original Version
180
Teen-Age Wind - Original Version
114
Truck Driver Divorce - Original Version
287
Florentine Pogen - Original Version
310
Tiny Sick Tears - Original Version
270
Smell My Beard - Original Version
273
The Booger Man - Original Version
165
Carolina Hard Core Ecstasy - Original Version
388
Are You Upset? - Original Version
90
Little Girl Of Mine - Original Version
101
The Closer You Are - Original Version
125
Johnny Darling - Original Version
52
No, No Cherry - Original Version
86
The Man From Utopia - Original Version
76
Mary Lou - Original Version
135

Official Release #56
Originally Released: June 14, 1991
Produced, arranged, compiled and edited by FRANK ZAPPA 
Engineering supervision for the entire series: BOB STONE 
Art direction by FZ:gz


GENERAL INFORMATION
This series has taken more than 20 years to put together. It provides a comprehensive collection of unreleased live material (absolutely no overdubs), beginning with the earliest tapes  (7½ ips analog two-track), up to the most recent material from the 1988 big-band tour (48 track digital).

Great care has been taken to ensure the best audio quality, however, some early selections by the original Mothers Of Invention, though not exactly “hi-fi,” have been included for the amusement of those fetishists who still believe that the only “good” material was performed by that particular group. (Comparison to the performances of some of the later ensembles should finally put an end to that quaint fantasy.)

THIS COLLECTION IS NOT CHRONOLOGICAL.
Any band from any year can be (and often is) edited to the performance of any other band from any other year–sometimes in the middle of a song. The selections were chosen as answers to these hypothetical questions:
(1) Is this the best recorded version of THIS SONG by THIS BAND?
(2) Is there some “folkloric” significance to the performance?
(3) Is it a premiere recording?
(4) Is it a “one-time-only” performance of an improvised event?
(5) Is there a good solo in it?
(6) Will it give “Conceptual Continuity Clues” to the hard-core maniacs with a complete record collection?
(7) Does the inclusion of the song help the stylistic flow of the album sequence by providing contrast or relief?
(8) Is there film or video tape of the performance?
We hope you enjoy “YOU CAN’T DO THAT ON STAGE ANYMORE” Volume Four and will eventually find time to hear the entire collection.
Thank you.

The “YOU CAN’T DO THAT ON STAGE ANYMORE” Series is dedicated to the musicians who play on it, and to the listeners who have appreciated them for the last 25 years.