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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 3:58 am 
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Here's a treat for you all. Now and Then with me and DZ...


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I can tell just by looking at the picture that the music is terrible. Nice mullet.
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1 - No the music did not suck. This was Dweezil's "Confessions" album tour. I was invited up at several shows to sing during "The Big Medley" that they were doing at the time. If you never heard it check it out. It was an amazing medley of 200 songs played non stop in 20 minutes.

2 - Step on a nail covered in Somalian AIDS juice you stupid fuck.

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It was an amazing medley of 200 songs played non stop in 20 minutes.

interesting.
will investigate.

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It was an amazing medley of 200 songs played non stop in 20 minutes.

interesting.
will investigate.


it is very cool. it actually evolved over time and by 1994/95 it was 200. I think the one they were doing in 1991 was around 100 songs mostly 70s stuff and then they kept adding to it. I have a recording of it from the show at the Fast Lane in Trenton 1991.

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It was an amazing medley of 200 songs played non stop in 20 minutes.

interesting.
will investigate.


it is very cool. it actually evolved over time and by 1994/95 it was 200. I think the one they were doing in 1991 was around 100 songs mostly 70s stuff and then they kept adding to it. I have a recording of it from the show at the Fast Lane in Trenton 1991.

Peavey medley: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwjuECy1gQk

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 9:30 am 
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Step on a nail covered in Somalian AIDS juice you stupid fuck.


Why Somalian AIDS juice?

Haven't you got enough US AIDS juice (or, indeed nails) to go around?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 10:31 am 
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lapsed maps wrote:
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It was an amazing medley of 200 songs played non stop in 20 minutes.

interesting.
will investigate.


Jesus. It's nauseating. Did you two kiss, yet?

A medley of 200 songs in 20 minutes? How vapid.

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Step on a nail covered in Somalian AIDS juice you stupid fuck.

What's it like to pose as a musician when you have no unique musical talent? Must be a lot like someone who can't get it up trying to fuck.


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downer mydnyte wrote:

A medley of 200 songs in 20 minutes? How vapid.



what's vapid about it? it was fun. you are a cunt.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 1:21 pm 
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downer mydnyte wrote:
It's nauseating.

what is nauseating?
my interest in that medley?
my interest in investigating a medly that i am interested in?

hmm.


downer mydnyte wrote:
Did you two kiss, yet?

yet what?


downer mydnyte wrote:
A medley of 200 songs in 20 minutes? How vapid.

vapid because the medley does nothing for you?
correction: vapid because the idea does nothing for you?
then again...
this coming from a guy who chooses to insult someone based on their hairstyle.


downer mydnyte wrote:
What's it like to pose as a musician when you have no unique musical talent?

1. what is talent?
2. musicians do not need (whatever)talent(is).
3. have you ever listened to his music?
or did you just need a segue into that can't get it up trying to fuck zinger?


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someone who can't get it up trying to fuck.

trying shmying.
you just push it in with a spoon.
tahDAH!

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It comes as a big surprise to me that you would even agree to meet Trendmonger in person.

Surely a sign that world peace is not unrealistic after all...


No kidding, eh?! :wink:

On another note, I feel this thread has now become one the funniest in Z forum history...and in only the past day... :mrgreen:

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Inca Roads
Can't Afford No Shoes
Sofa
Po-Jama People
Florentine Pogen
Evelyn, a Modified Dog
San Ber'dino
Andy
Sofa No. 2

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Status Back Baby
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vamp...equipment repairs
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I'm So Cute
Society Pages
Magic Fingers
Son of Suzy Creamcheese
Who Needs the Peace Corps?
What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body?
My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama
Sinister Footwear II

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Cosmik Debris
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jaypfunk wrote:
It was an amazing medley of 200 songs played non stop in 20 minutes.

¿AND it went something like this? --https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSZzYiVgwN4

I've seen that live btw - it was awesome...

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Disco Boy wrote:
Great review & pics, jaypfunk! :D It comes as a big surprise to me that you would even agree to meet Trendmonger in person. Initially, as soon as I read that you met him, I for sure thought you'd dress him down immediately.

And I think this is the very first time I've read a Trendmonger post in its entirety. :shock:


Well like I said, we had met once before. While his posts sometimes make me want to gouge my eyes out with dirty heroin needles I find him to be a really really nice guy in person and he does know his FZ. I'm sure he'd say the same about me.

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You all may remember that Diesle guy, he had many names and accounts, Darn Accordings, Obler X, and others. His post were very attack like and him and KK were ready to meet at a show and have a throw down...lol... :lol:

I ran into him at a show and he was really nice, we were going to meet up in Reno and he and his son had to cancel and he called me and gave me his VIP tickets for free... :)

I had talked to him on the phone a couple times and he was a really good guy, I sometimes wonder if he still hangs around under another name. Last time I and the Kap recognized him and we're sure it was him he was going by Little Salley... :smoke:


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I guess it would be stupid for me to asking...but here I go...for those who have made the latest ZPZ shows...no sign of Dance Me This at the merc table?


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I guess it would be stupid for me to asking...but here I go...for those who have made the latest ZPZ shows...no sign of Dance Me This at the merc table?


no they didn't have it.

and one other thing i forgot to mention... the OSFA shirt was absolutely one of the ugliest shirts i've ever seen. totally horrible. it had was too many words and graphics all over it, way too busy. the front would have been so much better if it was more understated with just a picture of the sofa and the hand and a just the name Frank Zappa. i am so mad that i forgot to take a pic.

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DMT and the new ZPZ Dvd w/George Duke need to be at the merch table. They are missing out on a lot of quick sales, for sure.

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You all may remember that Diesle guy, he had many names and accounts, Darn Accordings, Obler X, and others. His post were very attack like and him and KK were ready to meet at a show and have a throw down...lol... :lol:

I ran into him at a show and he was really nice, we were going to meet up in Reno and he and his son had to cancel and he called me and gave me his VIP tickets for free... :)

I had talked to him on the phone a couple times and he was a really good guy, I sometimes wonder if he still hangs around under another name. Last time I and the Kap recognized him and we're sure it was him he was going by Little Salley... :smoke:

He really tried to make amends at the end. I think he was going through some real hard personal stuff that, in part, led him to act the way he did. I could relate as in the wake of my divorce and resultant financial distress some years ago I was using the internet as a place to vent and I posted some regrettable stuff both here and on Dweezil's site (eventually leading to my dismissal from DZ World). I met him way back in 2009 at that Ike Willis/Pojama People show and he was indeed, a pretty nice guy in person.


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DMT and the new ZPZ Dvd w/George Duke need to be at the merch table. They are missing out on a lot of quick sales, for sure.


Yeah, what are the chances they have these on the table by 2nd US leg in July? Those & DZ's solo album I'd have to get.


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¿AND it went something like this? --https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSZzYiVgwN4

just...
yesss.

thank you for that.

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Electric violinist Ella Ferguson performing Peaches En Regalia w/ ZPZ at the State Theatre in Portland, ME on April 9...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOywUUqDuBE

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Denny Walley was at the show last night.

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I guess it would be stupid for me to asking...but here I go...for those who have made the latest ZPZ shows...no sign of Dance Me This at the merc table?


no they didn't have it.

and one other thing i forgot to mention... the OSFA shirt was absolutely one of the ugliest shirts i've ever seen. totally horrible. it had was too many words and graphics all over it, way too busy. the front would have been so much better if it was more understated with just a picture of the sofa and the hand and a just the name Frank Zappa. i am so mad that i forgot to take a pic.

This one?

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Here's an idea. A ZPZ 10th anniversary t-shirt.

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Cool shirt!

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Inca Roads
Can't Afford No Shoes
Sofa
Po-Jama People
Florentine Pogen
Evelyn, a Modified Dog
San Ber'dino
Andy
Sofa No. 2

Set 2:

Status Back Baby
Big Leg Emma
The Grand Wazoo
Baby Snakes
I'm So Cute
Society Pages
Magic Fingers
Son of Suzy Creamcheese
Who Needs the Peace Corps?
What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body?
My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama
Sinister Footwear II

Encore:

Cosmik Debris
Dancin' Fool
Montana

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