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  1. All selections composed by Frank Zappa and performed by Frank Zappa & the Mothers, except where noted. Original LP editions separated Zappa's vocal introductions at the start of each side; these were each listed as "Preamble". When the album was reissued on CD, these were combined as the first tracks on each side, as displayed below.
  2. Roxy & Elsewhere is a Live Album by Frank Zappa, well regarded as one of his most amazing records. Much of the material was recorded at Edinboro Stage College, Pennsylvania, Auditorium Theater, Chicago, Illinois and the Roxy in Hollywood, California.
  3. "The Black Page #1" is a piece by American composer Frank Zappa known for being extraordinarily difficult to play. Originally written for the drum kit and melodic percussion (as "The Black Page Drum Solo"), the piece was later rearranged in several versions, including the disco "easy teenage New York version" (commonly referred to as "The Black Page #2") and a so-called "new-age version.
  4. Dec 07,  · That's not a good reason to get an alternate CD. Frank Zappa Meets The Mothers of Prevention has four different track sequences on CD, but all of them have the exact same mastering. One or two is all you need. The first pressing Ryko CD of Thing-Fish has the cassette mix, which is a cross between the vinyl (and EMI CD) mix and the current.
  5. Buy Halloween 73 Highlights (CD) by Frank Zappa (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  6. First, a handy-dandy set of tables (well, err, one for now). Second, a list! Find a first-version Barking Pumpkin or a Zappa Records CD for the original mix of "Cheepnis," which is replaced here by a remix. One Size Fits All: New transter. Eliminates the reverb from the old disc. "Stage" series.
  7. Cheepnis () Disc two Approximate [#] () Dupree's Paradise () which is essentially the opening warm up of the group where the members get on the stage. The first song played is Stinkfoot, which while not living up to its studio counterpart, is a very trying effort with some great solo guitar from Zappa. This album is /5(16).
  8. You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore (Part 2) is the second in a series of six double CD's that include 20 tracks of live performances. Although quality of the sound engineering is quite impressive, this volume is not nearly as interesting or satisfying as the other CD's in the series/5(36).

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