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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 5:43 am 
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It's fuckin good price... Buy it quickly you can sell it the double price. Mint ? Can you ask to see the plate, you will be fixed.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 6:00 am 
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[quote author=NANOOK76 link=board=albums;num=1098458735;start=0#0 date=10/22/04 at 08:25:35]Hello Zappaphiles,<br>I just have a question and hope to get some feedback. I have an oppurtunity to purchase an LP copy of the GTO's album "permanent damage" on straight records. The seller of the album wants $40.00 which is usually more than I spend on an LP, but this copy is in mint condition. My questions are: how essential is this album, and is the music good? Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks<br> ;D ;D ;D[/quote]<br><br>[glow=red,2,300]BUY IT KNOW!!! [/glow]<br>

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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 6:03 am 
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It is more a curiosity than a great historic record. It is a sort of American folklore, the girls can't sing, the songs are like composed by children. It is fun but not more than that! The Eureka Spring Carbage Lady is very funny... So high and mighty on her throne, her bony hounds by her side...gone with the rush of times...the Eureka Spring Carbage Lady shall ride no more......she's a schoolteacher from Dakota...etc. etc.!!! I have the lp and the cd. ;D<br><br>Image<br><br>Image

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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 6:39 am 
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[quote author=UNICA link=board=albums;num=1098458735;start=0#5 date=10/22/04 at 09:03:59]It is more a curiosity than a great historic record. It is a sort of American folklore, the girls can't sing, the songs are like composed by children. It is fun but not more than that! The Eureka Spring Carbage Lady is very funny... So high and mighty on her throne, her bony hounds by her side...gone with the rush of times...the Eureka Spring Carbage Lady shall ride no more......she's a schoolteacher from Dakota...etc. etc.!!! I have the lp and the cd. ;D<br><br>Image[/quote]<br><br>ancestral Bjorkies  ;D

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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 10:03 am 
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I kid you not that when I was searching high and low for this LP I came across one with the booklet in mint condition and the owner was asking $150 for it.  I passed needless to say, but later on I emailed him to see if he still had it and if he'd come down on the price, and it was sold!  Crazy!  So, I think you got a damn good deal.  Enjoy!   :)


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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 11:34 am 
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LOL, this joker is selling it for $275US on ebay.<br><br><br><br>Image

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 1:47 pm 
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[quote author=Butch link=board=albums;num=1098458735;start=0#12 date=10/22/04 at 14:34:43]LOL, this joker is selling it for $275US on ebay.<br><br><br><br>Image[/quote]<br>GTO'S-PERMANENT DAMAGE NEW<br>Item number: 4046318744<br><br><br><br>You are signed in<br>Email to a friend | Watch this item in My eBay<br><br><br><br><br>Starting bid:<br>US $6.50<br><br> <br><br>Time left:<br>6 days 2 hours <br>7-day listing <br>Ends Oct-28-04 19:58:39 PDT<br><br>Start time:<br>Oct-21-04 19:58:39 PDT<br><br>History:<br>0 bids<br><br>Item location:<br>LITTLE ROCK, AR<br>United States  /Memphis<br><br><br>Ships to:<br>Worldwide<br><br>Shipping costs:<br>Check item description and payment instructions or contact seller for details<br><br> Shipping, payment details and return policy<br><br><br>Seller information<br><br><br>momusic ( 21411)<br><br><br>Feedback Score: 21411<br>Positive Feedback: 98.4%<br>Member since Aug-11-99 in United States<br><br>Read feedback comments<br><br>Add to Favorite Sellers<br><br>Ask seller a question<br><br>View seller's other items<br><br><br><br><br><br>PayPal Buyer Protection<br>Free coverage up to $500.<br>See eligibility<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>Description<br><br><br>NEW UNOPENED CASSETTE TAPE STILL SEALED IN SHRINKWRAP. LABEL & NUMBER IS RHINO 70354. SHIPPING IS $3.50 (U.S.). PAYMENT IS DUE WITHIN 14 DAYS. THANKS & GOOD LUCK!! <br>-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br><br>RHINO VERSION

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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 1:58 pm 
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That's a much better deal.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 2:15 pm 
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[quote author=Butch link=board=albums;num=1098458735;start=0#14 date=10/22/04 at 16:58:55]That's a much better deal.[/quote]<br>The Deal isn't the Sound<br>Music is the B...<br>Ok it's a different way but an original GTO's com'on... it's not bad  ;D

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[quote author=Butch link=board=albums;num=1098458735;start=0#12 date=10/22/04 at 14:34:43]LOL, this joker is selling it for $275US on ebay...[/quote]  :o<br>this joker has an unbelievable collection of rare fz items, don't know where he got it, but some of the stuff i've never seen before for sale<br>

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 Post subject: Re: permanent damage
PostPosted: Sat Oct 23, 2004 8:18 pm 
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[quote author=slime.oofytv.set link=board=albums;num=1098458735;start=15#16 date=10/22/04 at 18:37:21]<br>  :o<br>this joker has an unbelievable collection of rare fz items, don't know where he got it, but some of the stuff i've never seen before for sale<br>[/quote]<br><br>I take it back.  That man is certainly not kidding.  That is a crazy collection.  

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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2004 1:30 am 
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This is a GREAT album!   I love the harmonies.  Can't really hear much of FZ but it is essential.  Only more essential FZ related is Jeff Simmons - Lucille.<br><br> Ponty's King Kong, Duke's Feel and Ruben's For Real are also must haves.  (oh and Shankar's Touch Me There too)  

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Bobby Jameson Gotta Find My Roogalator (7" single, Penthouse 503, August 8, 1966) <br>Burt Ward Boy Wonder I Love You / Orange Colored Sky (7" single, MGM K 13632, November 14, 1966) <br>The Animals Animalism (LP, MGM E/SE-4414, November 21, 1966); Eric Burdon & The Animals It's All Meat / The Other Side Of This Life (7" single, MGM K 13795, August 21, 1967) <br>Lenny Bruce The Berkeley Concert (2LP, Bizarre/Reprise 2XS 6329, February 17, 1969) <br>Wild Man Fischer An Evening With Wild Man Fischer (2LP, Bizarre/Reprise 2XS 6332, April 28, 1969) <br>Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Trout Mask Replica (2LP, Straight STS 1053, June 16, 1969) <br>Lord Buckley A Most Immaculately Hip Aristocrat (LP, Straight STS 1054, September 15, 1969) <br>GTO's Permanent Damage (LP, Straight STS 1059, December 8, 1969) <br>Jeff Simmons Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up (LP, Straight STS 1057 / Straight/Reprise RS 6391, February 9, 1970) <br>Jean-Luc Ponty King Kong (LP, Pacific Jazz ST 20172, May 25, 1970)<br><br>John Lennon/Yoko Ono Some Time In New York City (2LP, Apple SVBB-3392, June 19, 1972) <br>Ruben And The Jets For Real! (LP, Mercury SRM-1-659, March 12, 1973) <br>George Duke Feel (LP, BASF MC-25355, October 28, 1974) <br>Grand Funk Railroad Good Singin' Good Playin' (LP, MCA 2216, August 9, 1976) <br>Robert Charlebois Swing Charlebois Swing (LP, Canadian Solution Ltée/Kébec Disc SN 939, 1977) <br>Flint Flint (LP, Columbia JC-35574, October 23, 1978) <br>The Nova Convention (2LP, Giorno Poetry Systems GPS 014-015, June 18, 1979) includes "The Talking Asshole" by William S. Burroughs, recited by FZ. Re-issued on You're A Hook. The 15 Year Anniversary Of Dial-A-Poem (1968-1983) (LP, Giorno Poetry Systems GPS 030, June 18, 1984) and Cash Cow. The Best Of Giorno Poetry Systems 1965-1993 (CD, Giorno Poetry Systems ESD 80712, April 13, 1993) <br>L. Shankar Touch Me There (LP, Zappa SRZ-1-1602, September 24, 1979)<br>A Chance Operation-The John Cage Tribute - 8. 4' 33" - Frank Zappa (Koch Int'l Classics November 18, 1993)  <br><br><br><br>

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 Post subject: Re: Permanent damage
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10. Petroleum<br>Recorded at Son-Quebec, Montreal<br>June 30, 1974<br><br>Robert Charlebois -- vocals<br>Marcel Beauchamp -- bass & keyboards<br>Michel Robidoux -- 12 str E-Guitar<br>Michel Fauteux -- drums<br>Frank Zappa -- guitar solo & arrangements<br>---------------------------------------------------<br>Old Freaks, Robert is pretty known in France, I've heard something about Petroleum in french. In a interview he spoke about FZ, I don't remember clearly what he said. He said that FZ was a curious guy and discreet. Nice to see that, Thank you again Unica

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Permanent Damage: Memoirs of An Outrageous Girl
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As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, author Lyndsey Parker, Alice Cooper, Arrow de Wilde of Starcrawler, Pamela Des Barres, and moderator Lina Lecaro discuss the new book, Permanent Damage: Memoirs of An Outrageous Girl, to be released June 9th. The book shows us the world of the 1960s and 1970s music scene through Mercy Fontenot’s eyes, as well as the fallout of that era--experiencing homelessness before sobering up and putting her life back together. Written just prior to her death in 2020 with veteran music journalist Lyndsey Parker, Miss Mercy’s journey is a can’t miss for anyone who was there and can’t remember, or just wishes they’d been there.

More about the book:

Mercy Fontenot was a Zelig who grew up in the San Francisco Haight Ashbury scene, where she crossed paths with Charles Manson, went to the first Acid Test, and was friends with Jimi Hendrix (she was later in his movie Rainbow Bridge). She predicted the Altamont disaster when reading the Rolling Stones’ tarot cards at a party and left San Francisco for the climes of Los Angeles in 1967 when the Haight “lost its magic.”

Miss Mercy’s work in the GTOs, the Frank Zappa-produced all-female band, launched her into the pages of Rolling Stone in 1969. Her adventures saw her jumping out of a cake at Alice Cooper’s first record release party, while high on PCP, and had her travel to Memphis where she met Al Green and got a job working for the Bar-Kays. Along the way, she married and then divorced Shuggie Otis, before transitioning to punk rock and working with the Rockats and Gears. This is her story as she lived and saw it.

Purchase a SIGNED copy of the book online or at the GRAMMY Museum store now: https://grammymuseumstore.com/products/signed-permanent-damage-by-mercy-fontenot-and-lyndsey-parker

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