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Frank Zappa - Guitar

Tracklist

1That's Not Really A Shuffle
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
4:23
2Systems Of Edges
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Peter Wolf , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Warren CuccurulloSlide Guitar – Denny Walley
5:32
3Orrin Hatch On Skis
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
2:12
4For Duane
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
3:24
5GOA
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
4:51
6But Who Was Fulcanelli?
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
2:48
7Watermelon In Easter Hay
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
4:02
8Once Again, Without The Net
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
3:43
9Do Not Try This At Home
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
3:46
10Outside Now (Original Solo)
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Peter Wolf , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Warren CuccurulloSlide Guitar – Denny Walley
5:28
11Things That Look Like Meat
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuiro, Written-By – Frank ZappaGuitar – Steve VaiKeyboards – Bobby Martin Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
6:57
12That's Not Really Reggae
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
3:16
13When No One Was No One
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards, Saxophone, Vocals – Bobby Martin Keyboards, Vocals – Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
4:49
14Too Ugly For Show Business
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
4:20
15Jim & Tammy's Upper Room
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards, Saxophone, Vocals – Bobby Martin Keyboards, Vocals – Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
3:11
16In-A-Gadda-Stravinsky
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
2:49
17Do Not Pass Go
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
3:37
18Were We Ever Really Safe In San Antonio?
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
2:49
19Swans? What Swans?
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
4:23
20Variations On Sinister #3
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
5:15
21Winos Do Not March
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
3:14
22Hotel Atlanta Incidentals
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
2:44
23Sunrise Redeemer
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
3:59
24Chalk Pie
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
4:52
25Republicans
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
5:07
26Which One Is It?
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
3:04
27It Ain't Necessarily The Saint James Infirmary
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Arranged By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray WhiteWritten-By [It Ain't Necessarily So] – DuBose Heyward, George Gershwin, Ira GershwinWritten-By [Saint James Infirmary Blues] – Joe Primrose
5:16
28Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
3:42
29Is That All There Is?
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
4:08
30That Ol' G Minor Thing Again
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
5:02
31Canadian Customs
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Alan Zavod, Bobby Martin Rhythm Guitar – Ike Willis, Ray White
3:35
32Move It Or Park It
Bass – Scott ThunesDrums – Chad WackermanGuitar – Steve VaiGuitar, Written-By – Frank ZappaKeyboards – Bobby Martin , Tommy MarsPercussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Ray White
5:43

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
D1 74212, D1-74212Frank Zappa Guitar ‎(2xLP, Album)Barking Pumpkin Records, Barking Pumpkin RecordsD1 74212, D1-74212US1988
RCD 10079, RCD 10080Frank Zappa Guitar ‎(2xCD, Album)Rykodisc, RykodiscRCD 10079, RCD 10080Canada1988
D4-74212Frank Zappa Frank Zappa: Guitar ‎(Cass, Album)Barking Pumpkin RecordsD4-74212US1988
RCD 10079/80Frank Zappa Guitar ‎(2xCD, Album)RykodiscRCD 10079/80US1988
D70310 , RCD 10550/51Frank Zappa Frank Zappa: Guitar ‎(2xCD)Rykodisc, Rykodisc, Festival Records, Festival RecordsD70310 , RCD 10550/51Australia1995

Credits

  • Engineer [Re-mix]Bob Stone
  • Engineer [Recording]Klaus Wiedemann (tracks: 1-10, 2-9), Mark Pinske (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6, 1-8 , 1-9, 1-11 to 2-8, 2-10 to 2-15), Unknown Artist (tracks: 1-7)
  • GraphicsJeff Fey
  • Photography BySergio Albonico
  • Producer, Arranged By, Edited ByFrank Zappa

Notes

℗ 1988 Rykodisc
© 1988, 1995 The Zappa Family Trust.

Printed in the USA.
Manufactured in Canada.

Tracks recorded:
1-1 San Diego, CA, December 1981
1-2 Munich, Germany, June 1982
1-3 Philadelphia, PA, November 1984
1-4 London, June 1982
1-5 Salt Lake City, UT, December 1981
1-6 Memphis, TN, November 1984
1-7 London, September 1984
1-8 Cologne, Germany, June 1982
1-9 Portland, OR, November 1984
1-10 Wiesbaden, Germany, February 1979
1-11 Bordeaux, France, June 1982
1-12 San Antonio, TX, November 1984
1-13 Zurich, Switzerland, June 1982
1-14 Atlanta, GA, November 1984
1-15 Dijon, France, June 1982
1-16 Frankfurt, Germany, June 1982
1-17 Fort Lauderdale, FL, November 1984
2-1 Madison, WI, November 1984
2-2 Fort Lauderdale, FL, November 1984
2-3 Cologne, Germany, June 1982
2-4 Atlanta, GA, November 1984
2-5 Chicago, IL, November 1984
2-6 Fort Lauderdale, FL, November 1984
2-7 San Diego, CA, December 1981
2-8 Berkeley, CA, December 1981
2-9 Wiesbaden, Germany, February 1979
2-10 Milan, Italy, July 1982
2-11 Salt Lake City, UT, DEcember 1981
2-12 Jones Beach, NY, July 1984
2-13 Vancouver, Canada, November 1984
2-14 Dusseldorf, Germany, June 1982
2-15 Pistoia, Italy, July 1982

1998 Rykodisc.
FZ approved master, 1993.

These solos were recorded live between 1979 and 1984. None of them are perfect, but I hope you enjoy them anyway. Except for the ending synthesizer line on "THINGS THAT LOOK LIKE MEAT", there are no overdubs, and, for the most part, the solos have been left full length. This album is not recommended for children or Republicans. [From the booklet]

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 14431 05502 7
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, variant 1): [WEA Mfg. Olyphant logo] X13616 A4 P2 310550-2.1 02 M1S1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, variant 1): IFPI L902
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, variant 1): IFPI 2U6D
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, variant 1): [WEA Mfg. Olyphant logo] W5682 A4 P2310550-2.2 01 M1S1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, variant 1): IFPI L901
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, variant 1): IFPI 2U3Q
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1, variant 2): [WEA Mfg. Olyphant logo] X12113 A4 P2 310550-2.1 01 M1S1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, variant 2): ifpi L901
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, variant 2): IFPI 2U6D
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2, variant 2): [WEA Mfg. Olyphant logo] W5682 A4 P2 310550-2.2 01 M1S1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2, variant 2): ifpi L901
  • Mould SID Code (CD2, variant 2): IFPI 2U3Q

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rykodisc
  • Copyright (c) – Zappa Family Trust
  • Pressed By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – X13616
  • Pressed By – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – W5682

Info

Guitar is a 1988 live album by Frank Zappa. It is the follow-up to 1981's Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar like that album it features Zappa's guitar solos excerpted from live performances, recorded between 1979 and 1984. It garnered Zappa his sixth Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. Guitar was originally intended to be a 3-record box set like Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar, but Zappa decided, with this release, to start using compact discs as his primary distribution medium rather. Released in 1988, Guitar may be the most important and ironically one of the least-known entries in Frank Zappa's voluminous discography - which spans over seven-dozen LPs as of this writing. His proficiencies as a composer and instrumentalist have long been lauded. However, anthologies of this nature provide an outlet for the remarkable breadth and depth of Zappa's manual dexterity and improvisational scope, which can now be enjoyed on a myriad of levels. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Avant-Rock Experimental Rock. Frank Zappa. Songs in album Frank Zappa - Guitar 1988. Frank Zappa - Sexual Harrasment In The Workplace. Frank Zappa - Which One Is It 676. Frank Zappa - Republicans. Frank Zappa - Do Not Pass Go. Frank Zappa - Chalk Pie. Frank Zappa - In-A-Gadda-Stravinsky. Frank Zappa - That's Not Realy Reggae. Frank Zappa -. It garnered Zappa his sixth Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental Performance Background Guitar was originally intended to be a 3-record box set like Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar, but Zappa decided, with this release, to start using compact discs as his primary distribution medium rather than records. As such, it was Zappa's first album. I have a theory about beer: Consumption of it leads to pseudo-military behavior. Think about it-winos don't march. Frank Zappas first electric guitar was a rented Telecaster, which he obtained when he was 21. He later bought a Jazzmaster. After being paid for scoring a film, Zappa bought a Gibson ES-5 Switchmaster, which he used for several years. Over the course of his career, Zappa played a number of different types of guitar. Frank Zappa Hot Rats. Zappas first non-classical solo album. This inspiring, largely instrumental album was recorded with what was then state of the art equipment and contains some great guitar work. Sheik Yerbouti. Frank Zappa Sheik Yerbouti. Sheik Yerbouti is an ideal starting point for discovering Zappas music. Guitar 2 Cd by Frank Zappa. The sequel to Shut Up and Play Your Guitar, Guitar is a two-part collection of improvisations by Frank Zappa, assembled from live recordings between 1979 and 1984. Zappa's bands from this period provides a solid foundation for what is essentially a one-man show, as Zappa carves his air sculptures from fluid, lyrical guitar notes. The backdrops vary from rock to blues to free-form embellishments to Zappa-defined reggae all the while giving the soloist plenty of room to explore his instrument. Check out Frank Zappa's gear and equipment including the Pignose, Vintage Acoustic 370 Amplifier Head, and Frank Zappa Custom Made Performance Stratocaster. In this video, Frank Zappa's son shows off and talks about Frank's 1963 Tobac. Frank Zappa: Guitar is an instrumental work. Like the preceding 1981 albums, Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar Some More and Return Of The Son Of Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar later released as a box set in 1982, Zappa had initially considered this as part of a set. 편집됨 3 months ago 참조: Guitar, 2xLP, Album, ZAPPA 6. This is one of Zappa's best from the '80s - a real tour de force of of improvised guitar work. Hopefully the Zappa Family Trust will reissue this as a triple LP someday with the full 2 hour plus CD tracklisting

Video

Frank Zappa - Guitar

Performer: Frank Zappa

Title: Guitar

Country: US

Label: Rykodisc

Style: Blues Rock, Avantgarde, Prog Rock

Catalog: RCD 10550/51

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1796 mb

Size FLAC: 1123 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 200

Record source: 2 × CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Repress, WEA Mfg. Olyphant

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