Friday, December 21, 2018


(from the Zappateers discussion)
If there's a vinyl edition scheduled, it might look like this :*/*/Zappa-In-New-York-40th-Anniversary-Triple-Vinyl/60UF0000000

“In celebration of it’s eventual release in 1978, this 40th Anniversary Edition features all-analog mastering of the original album mix, unavailable since first issued. Plus, an additional LP of select bonus content from The Vault, and new liner notes from Ruth Underwood and Ray White. The 3LP is pressed at Pallas, Germany on 180 gram audiophile grade vinyl.

Recorded live in New York City at the end of 1976. Heavy on, well, “freewheeling” lyrical content, with “Titties & Beer” and “The Illinois Enema Bandit” (the latter featuring “sophisticated narration” by Don Pardo) being special favorites with young males of a certain age. Also here is the song that gets most peoples’ vote for the best title ever to grace a Zappa instrumental, “I Promise Not to Come In Your Mouth.”

Bonus Disc- Side 5

1 Black Napkins
2 Cruisin’ For Burgers 1977 Mix

Bonus Disc- Side 6

1 The Black Page #2 Piano Version
2 I Promise Not To Come In Your Mouth Alt. Version
3 Punky’s Whips Unused Version
4 The Black Page #1 Piano Version

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