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14 March 2022
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Jackie Lomax – Sour Milk Sea

Such a great song, almost a full-on Beatles track. Unfortunate that George didn’t sing it (but Jackie L does a fine job, great voice.)

Was listening to “Memory Almost Full ” and enjoying it, but gotta quit halfway through because it’s time for the daily card games with mombontee. (Will resume Paul later!)

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@vonbontee Memory Almost Full is an enjoyable album. I hope you had fun playing cards.

 

Right now I’m listening to Yvonne’s The One from the Press To Play sessions. It’s a beautiful track. 

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@vonbontee Memory Almost Full is an enjoyable album. I hope you had fun playing cards.

  

Thanks, near-daily daily card games (plus adult drinks and 50s/60s oldies, with a teeny helping of country and more “contemporary” stuff) is something we began a little over two years ago, when lockdowns began. We enjoy it, and I get to impress/bore her with music trivia a-hard-days-night-paul-11

I don’t own any solo Paul past “McC II” but I do stream his post-2000 stuff from time to time (including “Memory”), and enjoy much of it. 

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Currently listening to The Waterboys 6CD Fisherman’s Box: The Complete Fisherman’s Blues Sessions 1986-88

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…while awaiting the delivery of it’s 5CD/1DVD follow-up The Magnificent Seven: The Waterboys Fisherman’s Blues/Room to Roam band, 1989-90

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…103 (not including the DVD which has two concerts and more) more tracks covering the period after Fisherman’s Blues and the recording of its follow-up Room to Roam (including that album remastered), which Amazon should be delivering in the next few hours.

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18 March 2022
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Currently listening to The Waterboys 6CD Fisherman’s Box: The Complete Fisherman’s Blues 

Still enjoy “We Will Not Be Lovers”, thanks to your prodding us to play this album two years back, sir! john-lennon-salute_gif

I’m listening to The Pogues” Rum Sodomy & The Lash, my old copy of which I pulled out yesterday while feigning Irishness

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 I now what you mean VB. Since you posted your Mingus playlist I’ve listened to Fables of Faubus every day. The last time I got high was at Jerry Garcia’s Memorial (not counting an accidental encounter in Amsterdam a few years back), but I tell ya I’ve never been able to make it through that tune and not get spaced out. The coda always seems to brings me back to consciousness.john-lennon-salute_gif

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 I now what you mean VB. Since you posted your Mingus playlist I’ve listened to Fables of Faubus every day. The last time I got high was at Jerry Garcia’s Memorial (not counting an accidental encounter in Amsterdam a few years back), but I tell ya I’ve never been able to make it through that tune and not get spaced out. The coda always seems to brings me back to consciousness.john-lennon-salute_gif

  

The original version had lyrics dissing then-Alabama governor Faubus (and others!) which Columbia refused to sanction, so he redid it a coupla years later for a smaller label

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ahdn_paul_06Wow VB, after all these years I never heard that story or knew the origin of the title. Now my head is really swimming a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

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I’m listening to The Pogues” Rum Sodomy & The Lash, my old copy of which I pulled out yesterday while feigning Irishness

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It’s a very good album. What is your favourite song? My favourites are A Pair Of Brown Eyes and Rainy Night In Soho.

I’m currently listening to In These Shoes? by Kirsty MacColl. 

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I’m currently listening to In These Shoes? by Kirsty MacColl. 

  

Great song from a great album, but it’s always tinged with sadness for me. It was getting daily plays in my house in the weeks before she died.

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Take 2 of John’s ‘Be-Bop-A-Lula’ outside in the cool evening sun. 

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Shuffling Stevie Wonder’s catalogue, and his “We Can Work It Out ” cover is just ending 

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22 March 2022
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Rube said

It’s a very good album. What is your favourite song? My favourites are A Pair Of Brown Eyes and Rainy Night In Soho.

I guess I’d have to cite “Sick Bed” as the one most satisfying to the punk-rocker in me, but there’s lotsa greatness here to choose from, it’s a ‘very good album’ indeed! (“Rainy Night in Soho” I haven’t heard too often; it didn’t appear on the original album – at least, not in North America)

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Shuffling Stevie Wonder’s catalogue, and his “We Can Work It Out ” cover is just ending 

  

I still remember your inspired early album reviews a few years back.

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Man On The Moon – R.E.M.

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Embarking on my second run-through of the 8CD 50th anniversary box that takes in the four unedited Fillmore East performances on 5-6 June 1971, with the first appearance of the complete John & Yoko encore on the 2nd show of the 6th; a concert pulled together from two shows in Pennsylvania on the 1st & 3rd; and the Rainbow Theatre in London on 10 December where Frank was attacked after an encore of I Want To Hold Your Hand , which is one of the most shocking things I’ve heard (not the performance, the attack).

(01) FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 5 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 1
01: Peaches En Regalia 4:17
02: Tears Began To Fall 2:45
03: Shove It Right In 7:27
04: Status Back Baby 2:27
05: Concentration Moon – Part I 1:26
06: The Sanzini Brothers (Sodomy Trick) 1:29
07: Concentration Moon – Part II 2:10
08: Mom & Dad 4:11
09: Intro To Music For Low Budget Orchestra 1:37
10: Billy The Mountain 30:27
11: King Kong 20:37

(02) FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 5 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 2
01: Peaches En Regalia 4:31
02: Tears Began To Fall 2:47
03: Shove It Right In 7:18
04: Intro To Music For Low Budget Orchestra 1:40
05: Billy The Mountain 34:41
06: Little House I Used To Live In 4:42
07: The Mud Shark 3:21
08: What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are? 5:03
09: Bwana Dik 1:57
10: Latex Solar Beef 4:22
11: Willie The Pimp 3:44

(03) FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 5 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 2
01: Do You Like My New Car? 7:46
02: Happy Together 3:20
03: “Any Chord Of Your Choice” 1:43
04: King Kong – Part I 4:21
05: Lonesome Electric Turkey 2:33
06: King Kong – Part II 19:36
FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 6 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 1
07: Fillmore Improvisation 3:37
08: Peaches En Regalia 3:31
09: Tears Began To Fall 2:50
10: Shove It Right In 9:26
11: Status Back Baby 2:33
12: Concentration Moon – Part I 1:29
13: The Sanzini Brothers (Sodomy Trick) 1:36
14: Concentration Moon – Part II 2:16
15: Mom & Dad 3:59

(04) FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 6 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 1
01: The Story Of Billy The Mountain 3:43
02: Intro To Music For Low Budget Orchestra 1:38
03: Billy The Mountain 35:58
04: Chunga’s Revenge 14:07
FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 6 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 2
05: “Herd Of Cattle” 2:09
06: Peaches En Regalia 3:41
07: Tears Began To Fall 2:41
08: Shove It Right In 6:47

(05) FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 6 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 2
01: The Story Of Billy The Mountain 2:54
02: Intro To Music For Low Budget Orchestra 1:38
03: Billy The Mountain 33:09
04: “Conglomerate Assembly” 1:13
05: Little House I Used To Live In 4:50
06: The Mud Shark 5:11
07: What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are? 4:40
08: Bwana Dik 1:54
09: Latex Solar Beef 3:57
10: Willie The Pimp 4:21
11: Do You Like My New Car? 7:03
12: Happy Together 3:42

(06) FILLMORE EAST, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK; 6 JUNE 1971 – SHOW 2 (JOHN & YOKO ENCORE SET)
01: Well 9:02
02: Say Please 1:30
03: King Kong 1:08
04: Aaawk 3:09
05: Scumbag 5:52
06: A Small Eternity With Yoko Ono 6:27
RADIO SPOT, SINGLE VERSION, B-SIDE & OUTTAKES
07: Homemade Radio Spot 2:16
08: Tears Began To Fall [Single Version, Show 2] 2:49
09: Junier Mintz Boogie [Single B-Side, Live in Detroit, Michigan; 1971] 2:54
10: Homemade Radio Spot Outtakes 6:35
BONUS HYBRID CONCERT: HARRISBURG/SCRANTON, PA 1971
STATE FARM SHOW ARENA, HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA; 3 JUNE 1971
11: Peaches En Regalia 3:45
12: Tears Began To Fall 2:46
13: Shove It Right In 7:33
14: Status Back Baby 2:27
15: Concentration Moon – Part I 1:26
16: The Sanzini Brothers (Burning Hoop Trick) 2:28
17: Concentration Moon – Part II 2:11
18: Mom & Dad 3:13
19: My Boyfriend’s Back 1:25
20: Tiny Sick Tears 1:12

(07) STATE FARM SHOW ARENA, HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA; 3 JUNE 1971
01: Call Any Vegetable 8:31
02: The Story Of Billy The Mountain 1:13
03: Intro To Music For Low Budget Orchestra 1:29
STATE FARM SHOW ARENA, HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA; 3 JUNE 1971 & WATRES ARMORY, SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA; 1 JUNE 1971
04: Billy The Mountain 36:30
WATRES ARMORY, SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA; 1 JUNE 1971
05: Willie The Pimp 9:39
06: King Kong (Outro) 1:19
RAINBOW THEATRE, LONDON, ENGLAND; 10 DECEMBER 1971
07: Zanti Serenade 12:39
08: Peaches En Regalia 3:20
09: Tears Began To Fall 2:39

(08) RAINBOW THEATRE, LONDON, ENGLAND; 10 DECEMBER 1971
01: Shove It Right In 6:54
02: “Pain In The Ass” 2:25
03: Divan: Once Upon A Time 4:36
04: Divan: Sofa #1 2:55
05: Pound For A Brown – Part I 5:40
06: Super Grease 3:01
07: Pound For A Brown – Part II 7:50
08: Sleeping In A Jar 2:23
09: Wonderful Wino 4:50
10: Sharleena 4:37
11: Cruising For Burgers 3:39
12: “That’s Your Tough Luck” 2:07
13: King Kong 21:44
14: I Want To Hold Your Hand 2:32

The help of the Lennon Estate in this box…

Of course, the Fillmore events from June 1971 are also special due to the encore performance from the last show which featured the now famous meeting of two giants – John Lennon & Frank Zappa. John & Yoko joined The Mothers on stage in front of an unsuspecting crowd to perform a mostly improvised set which included a cover of Walter Ward’s song “Well” and a workout of “King Kong” that morphs into an off-the-cuff jam eventually titled “Scumbag.” As the story goes, an agreement was made between the two that Frank would provide a copy of the 16-track master of the performance for John’s own use. During the mixing sessions of the Fillmore album at Whitney Studios, Frank also mixed and edited his version of the John & Yoko set. It was intended to come out on an unreleased album project found in the Vault called “Dynamic Tension,” among other things. Oddly, It would never be issued until 1992 on the double compact disc set “Playground Psychotics.”

In the early ’80s, Zappa won a lawsuit that awarded him the rights to his back catalogue. All of his Past Masters were delivered to him and he was one of the first artists to achieve such an accomplishment in the music industry. Upon inspecting the original Fillmore East masters, it was discovered that although the master tape box of the encore with Lennon was returned, the tape inside was not. By swapping out the physical reel with another unidentified reel of tape, someone has possession of the master to this day. This meant that during his lifetime, Frank was never able to do a remix of the performance if he so desired, and was forced to use his 2-track mix from Whitney 1971 for the Playground Psychotics CD. During my research, I went to the 2-track Fillmore line mix tapes mentioned above to see if the full, unedited performance was there. Sadly, on the back of the last reel, it was labeled, “Pulled and given to John Lennon .” And so it was that all of the surviving tape of the encore would end up with the Lennon Estate. All that was left in the Zappa Vault would be his master mix and edit from 1971.

When discussing the possibility of releasing the Fillmore tapes in total, it was vital that we somehow get our hands on the safety master that was provided to John way back in 1971. The wheels were set in motion to make that a reality and with the help of Universal, the Lennon Estate came through, providing the Zappa Trust with a hi-res transfer of the multi-track safety reel. Thus, with their help & kindness, the Zappa Vault finally has the source material back where it belongs for the first time in 50 years. This allows us to re-mix and present the full encore performance for the first time.

Joe Travers, Vaultmeister

And the horrific attack on Frank at the end of the Rainbow concert…

Directly following the encore, one Trevor Charles Howell ran up onto the stage and attacked FZ by shoving him off the front of the stage into the deep orchestra pit below. Frank never saw it coming. The band didn’t either, as they were making their way off the stage with their backs turned. According to first hand accounts, Howell was apprehended, brought backstage and eventually turned over to the police. For a period of time, nobody knew whether Frank was even alive. There was complete confusion inside and outside the theater. From The Real Frank Zappa Book, FZ wrote: “My head was over on my shoulder and my neck was bent like it was broken. I had a gash in my chin, a hole in the back of my head, a broken rib and a fractured leg. One arm was paralyzed.” Once he could finally leave the hospital and be returned to the States, he spent the better part of a year in a wheelchair and a leg brace. When all was said and done, he permanently sustained a lower pitched voice, one leg shorter than the other and chronic back trouble. It was bad enough that we lost Frank Zappa in 1993 at the age of 52, but had the incident at the Rainbow been fatal, losing him at age 30 would have been too tragic to bear.

Joe Travers, Vaultmeister

You can hear the shock of the attack spreads across the hall..

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Lot of historic zappa-happenings with that 1970-71 band – not just the attack and the two-virginsappearance, but also the “Smoke On The Water” fire and the “200 Motels” film (starring Ringo as “Frank Zappa”, of course.) I’m still not overly fond of the Flo & Eddie-fronted edition of the Mothers, with the emphasis on smutty stuff/groupies etc. (Not to mention the redundancy listening to “Billy The Mountain” over and over, even with the ad-libs, local references and alternating solo spotlights keeping it fresh.)

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Wow! How the hell did I miss this from August 2020…

Just on my second play.

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