[ Zappa Records / 2 CD ]
Release Date: Tuesday 30 May 1995
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This double set features more live Zappa delights, recorded from 1969 to 1988.
YCDTOSA Vol. 4 was released in 1991, with recordings ranging from 1969 to 1988. First time appearance for 11 songs.
Because of the huge time span, there's an enormous list of musicians, including FZ on lead guitar & vocals, Captain Beefheart (handling vocals and harmonica on "The Torture Never Stops"), the mid-70's band, the '79 band, the `82 band, the `84 band, the `88 band, and even 2 Mothers tracks from 1969 ("You Call That Music?" and "Tiny Sick Tears") - Lowell George appears on both. Archie Shepp guests on tenor sax solo on "Let's Move To Cleveland" from 1984 (Amherst MA). There's also a smelly-beard routine involving George Duke; a "Montana" that segues two versions from 12 years apart; and a version of "Stevie's Spanking" with Steve Vai playing one of his best solos, doubtlessly inspired by the events described in the lyric.
Little Rubber Girl
My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama
Willie The Pimp
The Evil Prince
Love of My Life (Mud Club Version)
Let's Move To Cleveland Solos (1984)
You Call That Music?
Pound For A Brown Solos (1978)
The Black Page (1984)
Take Me Out To The Ball Game
The Torture Never Stops (Original Version)
Truck Driver Divorce
Tiny Sick Tears
Smell My Beard
The Booger Man
Carolina Hard Core Ecstasy
Are You Upset?
Little Girl of Mine
The Closer You Are
No, No Cherry
The Man From Utopia