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PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2003 5:49 pm 
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Hello...This is a joke,isn't it?!<br><br>     The tracks are extremely short ,and the whole post starts wit de "winking pumpkin",too!<br><br>       HMMMMM.....? ::)


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2003 12:15 am 
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Reminds me of the old Amiga 500 classicer It came from the desert!<br><br>Not because I got to play it but, this sounds good ;D<br><br> -/dr_grogg<br><br>

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2003 10:08 am 
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[quote author=jimmie d link=board=wishList;num=1056074959;start=0#0 date=06/19/03 at 19:09:18] ....<br><br>Title: I Am The Walrus (instrumental) / Larks Tongue In Aspic Part 2 <br>Time: 13:27....[/quote]<br><br>larks tounge huh....sounds fantastic, where do I sign up?, or do we wait for it to show up on this site?<br>

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2003 10:50 am 
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[quote author=Thing-Fish2003 link=board=wishList;num=1056074959;start=0#6 date=06/20/03 at 13:25:00]<br>Yoko Ono was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" a long time ago. Jimmy asked Yoko Ono if Micheal Jackson was still in charge of the Lennon/McCartney catalog. She said she didn't know. I guess someone else is in charge of the Lennon/McCartney catalog, since whoever is in charge of the catalog is letting Gail release a version of "I Am The Walrus." (Micheal Jackson didn't let Frank release it back it 1988, thus, promting Frank to re-write the "Tell Me You Love Me" mutation "Don't Be A Lawyer/Why Don'tcha Like Me?" with Jackson lyrics.)[/quote]<br>God you're fucking thick!<br><br>you're rapidly becoming my least favourite forum member<br><br>josh be damned!

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2003 11:51 am 
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To be released when?

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2003 12:56 pm 
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check out vol.3<br><br><br>It Came From The Basement Volume 3<br>The ZFT is pleased to announce the subscription CD series "It Came From The Basement". Featuring rehearsals, soundchecks, experiments and field recordings from Frank Zappa's renown and expansive archives. <br><br>Compiled by Dweezil Zappa and Joe Travers.<br>Liner notes by Gail Zappa. <br><br>The third volume features various permutations of the 1960's bands, solo pieces and special guests. <br><br>Title: Amazing Grace<br>Time: 3:12<br>Place: Unknown, circa 1969<br>Musicians: FZ - guitar <br><br>Title: The Boll Weevil Song<br>Time: 2:38<br>Place: Paramount Studios, 1969<br>Musicians: FZ - acoustic guitar, Sugarcane Harris - vocals, violin, Don Van Vliet - vocals <br><br>Title: Under The Boardwalk<br>Time: 1:55 <br>Place: Somewhere in California, circa 1966<br>Musicians: FZ - vocals, guitar, Don Harris - vocals, Dewey Terry - vocals, Ray Collins - vocals, Roy Estrada - vocals, bass, Don Preston - keys, Jimmy Carl Black - drums <br><br>Title: Oh No<br>Time: 1:22 <br>Place: Garrick Theater, 1967<br>Musicians: FZ - percussion, Ruth Kamanoff - percussion, Ray Collins - vocals <br><br>Title: I Put A Spell On You<br>Time: 3:55 <br>Place: Somewhere in California, circa 1966<br>Musicians: FZ - vocals, guitar, Don Harris - vocals, violin, Dewey Terry - vocals, Ray Collins - vocals, Roy Estrada - bass, Don Preston - keys, Jimmy Carl Black - drums <br><br>Title: "An Audience of 6" <br>Time: 0:12<br>Place: Garrick Theater, 1967<br>Musicians: Jimmy Carl Black, Roy Estrada, Don Preston <br><br>Title: Doctor Orlok, I Presume<br>Time: 4:43 <br>Place: Garrick Theater, 1967<br>Musicians: FZ - guitar, Larry Coryell - guitar, Ian Underwood - alto Sax, Bunk Gardner - tenor sax, Jim Sherwood - baritone sax, Don Preston - keys, Roy Estrada - bass, Jimmy Carl Black - drums <br><br>Title: The Gallows Pole<br>Time: 2:27<br>Place: Paramount Studios, 1969<br>Musicians: FZ - acoustic guitar, Sugarcane Harris - vocals, violin, Don Van Vliet - vocals <br><br>Title: Take This Umbrella<br>Time: 3:33<br>Place: Paramount Studios, 1969<br>Musicians: FZ - guitar, Jean-Luc Ponty - violin, George Duke - keys, Ian Underwood - alto sax, Max Bennett - bass, Art Tripp - drums <br><br>Title: Stolen Moments<br>Time: 2:05<br>Place: soundcheck, circa 1968<br>Musicians: FZ - guitar, Lowell George - guitar, Ian Underwood - alto Sax, Bunk Gardner - tenor sax, Buzz Gardner - trumpet, Jim Sherwood - baritone sax, Don Preston - keys, Roy Estrada - bass, Jimmy Carl Black - drums <br><br>Title: Retardamental Waltz<br>Time: 12:05<br>Place: Unknown, circa 1968<br>Musicians: FZ - guitar, Lowell George - guitar, Ian Underwood - alto Sax, Bunk Gardner - tenor sax, Buzz Gardner - trumpet, Jim Sherwood - baritone sax, Don Preston - keys, Roy Estrada - bass, vocal stylings, Jimmy Carl Black - drums <br><br>Title: "Put It Right Here, Jim" <br>Time: 0:02<br>Place: Unknown, circa 1968<br>Musicians: Jimmy Carl Black <br><br>Title: Goodnight Irene<br>Time: 2:36<br>Place: Paramount Studios, 1969<br>Musicians: FZ - acoustic guitar, Sugarcane Harris - vocals, violin, Don Van Vliet - vocals <br><br>Title: Zip A Dee Doo Dah<br>Time: 1:15<br>Place: Unknown, circa 1968<br>Musicians: Jimmy Carl Black, vocals <br>

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2003 2:49 pm 
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OH YEAH?<br><br>    WHERE IS THIS "SUPPOSED" INFO COMING FROM?<br><br><br>       IT'S A NICE DREAM,BUT WHERE'S THE PROOF?<br><br>             LET "S SEE YA WHIP IT OUT! :o


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2003 11:58 pm 
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Uhmmmm, all those like: "Put it there, Jim" an "It dripped for days".<br><br>What are those? Backstage recordings?<br><br>If so they are pretty short for being, uhm, recordings ;D<br><br><br> -/dr_grogg<br><br><br>

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 16, 2003 2:24 pm 
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[quote author=Papagajas link=board=wishList;num=1056074959;start=0#1 date=06/19/03 at 20:30:37][tt]Very nice, Where did you get this info Jim?[/tt][/quote]<br><br>From my web pages. Thanks for the interest.<br>There are other recording release announcements like these in the google archives for news:alt.fan.frank-zappa

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