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{{Album Release Infobox |
 
{{Album Release Infobox |
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    Home          = [[Album History (by Cover)|Album History]] |
 
     Previous album = [[Hot Rats|Previous]] |
 
     Previous album = [[Hot Rats|Previous]] |
 
     Next album    = [[Weasels Ripped My Flesh|Next]] |
 
     Next album    = [[Weasels Ripped My Flesh|Next]] |
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     Name          = Burnt Weeny Sandwich |
 
     Name          = Burnt Weeny Sandwich |
 
     Released      = February 1970 |
 
     Released      = February 1970 |
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    Related        = See also:<br>{{IINKLink|lyrics/Burnt_Weeny_Sandwich.html}}, {{ZPLink|vinylvscds/burntweenysandwich.html}}, {{KURLink|fz-discography/burnt-weeny-sandwich}}<br>[[Burnt Weeny Sandwich (The Film)]]<br>[[The Old Masters, Box II]]<br>[[2 Originals Of The Mothers Of Invention]]
 
}}
 
}}
 
</div>
 
</div>
==Players==
 
  
<br>THE MOTHERS OF INVENTION SINCERELY REGRET TO INFORM YOU
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==Players==
* [[Frank Zappa]]: guitar, vocals  
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* [[Lowell George]]: guitar, vocals  
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*[[Frank Zappa]] (guitar, vocals)
* [[Roy Estrada]]: bass, vocals  
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*[[Lowell George]] (guitar, vocals)
* [[Don Preston]]: keyboards, Minimoog  
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*[[Roy Estrada]] (bass, vocals)
* [[Ian Underwood]]: keyboards, clarinet, piano  
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*[[Don Preston]] (keyboards, Minimoog)
* [[Buzz Gardner]]: trumpet  
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*[[Ian Underwood]] (keyboards, clarinet, piano)
* [[Bunk Gardner]]: woodwinds  
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*[[Buzz Gardner]] (trumpet)
* [[Motorhead|Motorhead Sherwood]]: saxophone, vocals  
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*[[Bunk Gardner]] (woodwinds)
* [[Jimmy Carl Black]]: drums, trumpet, vocals  
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*[[Motorhead|Motorhead Sherwood]] (saxophone, vocals)
* [[Arthur Tripp|Art Tripp]]: drums, percussion  
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*[[Jimmy Carl Black]] (drums, trumpet, vocals)
* [[Don "Sugarcane" Harris|Sugar Cane Harris]]: violin solo on [[Little House I Used To Live In ]]
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*[[Arthur Tripp|Art Tripp]] (drums, percussion)
* [[Janet Ferguson|Gabby Furggy (Janet Ferguson)]]: sings "Dit-Dit-Doo-Way-Doo" on [[WPLJ]]  
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*[[Don "Sugarcane" Harris|Sugar Cane Harris]] (violin solo on [[Little House I Used To Live In ]])
==Tracks==  
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*[[Janet Ferguson]] as Gabby Furggy (sings "Dit-Dit-Doo-Way-Doo" on [[WPLJ]])
# [[WPLJ|WPLJ]] (02:53)
+
 
# [[Igor's Boogie|Igor's Boogie, Phase One]] (00:36)
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==Tracks==
# [[Overture To A Holiday In Berlin]] (01:27)
+
 
# [[Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich|Theme From "Burnt Weeny Sandwich"]] (04:32)
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{| cellspacing="30"
# [[Igor's Boogie|Igor's Boogie, Phase Two]] (00:36)
+
 
# [[Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown]] (06:24)
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|valign="top"|<div id="LP"><big>'''LP'''</big></div>
# [[Aybe Sea|Aybe Sea]] (02:46)
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'''Side One'''
# [[Little House I Used To Live In|Little House I Used To Live In]] (18:42)
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#[[WPLJ]] (3:02)
# [[Valarie|Valarie]] (03:14)
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#[[Igor's Boogie|Igor's Boogie, Phase One]] (0:40)
==Release Notes==  
+
#[[Overture To A Holiday In Berlin]] (1:29)
 +
#[[Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich]] (4:35)
 +
#[[Igor's Boogie|Igor's Boogie, Phase Two]] (0:35)
 +
#[[Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown]] (6:27)
 +
#[[Aybe Sea]] (2:45)
 +
 
 +
'''Side Two'''
 +
#[[Little House I Used To Live In]] (18:42)
 +
#[[Valarie]] (3:14)
 +
 
 +
|valign="top"|<div id="CD"><big>'''CD'''</big></div>
 +
#[[WPLJ]] (2:53)
 +
#[[Igor's Boogie|Igor's Boogie, Phase One]] (0:36)
 +
#[[Overture To A Holiday In Berlin]] (1:27)
 +
#[[Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich]] (4:32)
 +
#[[Igor's Boogie|Igor's Boogie, Phase Two]] (0:36)
 +
#[[Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown]] (6:24)
 +
#[[Aybe Sea]] (2:46)
 +
#[[Little House I Used To Live In]] (18:41)
 +
#[[Valarie]] (3:14)
 +
 
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
==Release Notes==
 +
 
 
Produced and conducted by [[Frank Zappa]].
 
Produced and conducted by [[Frank Zappa]].
 
<br>Cover art by [[Cal Schenkel]].
 
<br>Cover art by [[Cal Schenkel]].
 
<br>Album design by [[John Williams]].
 
<br>Album design by [[John Williams]].
==Liner Notes==  
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==Background Information==  
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==Liner Notes==
 +
 
 +
==Background Information==
  
 
On the back cover is a picture taken by [[Cal Schenkel]] of [[Ian Underwood]] pretending to eat a shoe or boot. The picture comes from the Mothers’ September-October 1968 European tour.  
 
On the back cover is a picture taken by [[Cal Schenkel]] of [[Ian Underwood]] pretending to eat a shoe or boot. The picture comes from the Mothers’ September-October 1968 European tour.  
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According to [[Cal Schenkel]], Frank solarized and developed the inner-gatefold picture, of [[Don Preston]] at the [[Apostolic Studios]], in his own closet.
 
According to [[Cal Schenkel]], Frank solarized and developed the inner-gatefold picture, of [[Don Preston]] at the [[Apostolic Studios]], in his own closet.
  
See also:
+
==Conceptual Continuity==
* [[Burnt Weeny Sandwich (The Film)]].
+
* [[Hot Rats / Burnt Weeny Sandwich Sampler]]
+
  
==Conceptual Continuity==
 
 
==Versions==
 
==Versions==
  
 
{| {{Versions Table Header}}
 
{| {{Versions Table Header}}
| rowspan=12 align="center" | 9
+
| rowspan="31" align="center" | 9
| align="center" | '''1<br>Original<br>[[Wikipedia:Stereophonic sound|Stereo]]'''
+
| rowspan="6" align="center" | '''1.1<br>Original<br>[[wikipedia:Stereophonic sound|Stereo]]'''
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | 1
| align="center" | [[Wikipedia:Long playing record|LP]]
+
| align="center" | [[wikipedia:Long playing record|LP]]
| [[Warner]] [[Bizarre]]/[[Reprise Records|Reprise]]<br>RS 6370
+
| [[Warner]] [[Bizarre]]/[[Reprise Records|Reprise]]<br>{{SUTCLink|pictures/burntweeny_us.jpg|RS&nbsp;6370}}
 
| 1970-02-09
 
| 1970-02-09
 
| None
 
| None
| [[Cal Schenkel]], [[John Williams]]
+
| rowspan="6" | [[Cal Schenkel]], [[John Williams]]
| US edition. [[Matrix Numbers|Matrix #]] Side1:<br>RS-6370-A 30975 - 1B<br>Side2:<br>RS-6370-B 30976 - 1B
+
| US edition. [[Matrix Numbers|Matrix #]]<br>Side1: RS-6370-A 30975 - 1B<br>Side2: RS-6370-B 30976 - 1B
 
|-
 
|-
| align="center" | Unknown
+
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | [[Wikipedia:8-track_cartridge|8T]]
 +
| Warner Bizarre/Reprise<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|4800317|REP&nbsp;M8&nbsp;6370}}
 +
| 1970
 +
| None
 +
| US edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | LP
 +
| Warner Bizarre/Reprise<br>{{SUTCLink|pictures/burntweenysandwich_uk.jpg|RSLP&nbsp;6370}}
 +
| 1970-03<ref name="MStrong">Martin C. Strong, 2004, ''The Great Rock Discography'', p. 1720.</ref>
 +
| None
 +
| UK edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | LP
 +
| Warner Bizarre/Reprise<br>K&nbsp;44083
 +
| 1971-07<ref name="MStrong"/>
 +
| None
 +
| UK 2<sup>nd</sup> edition. Matrix #<br>Side 1: K-44083-AI RSLP&nbsp;6370 AI<br>Side 2: K-44083-BI RSLP&nbsp;6370 BI
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | LP
 +
| Warner Bizarre/Reprise<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|2656923|K&nbsp;44083}}
 +
| ?
 +
| None
 +
| UK 3<sup>rd</sup> edition. Matrix #<br>Side 1: K-44083-A1 RSLP&nbsp;6370 A1<br>Side 2: K-44083-B2
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | LP
 +
| Warner [[DiscReet Records|DiscReet]]/[[Music-Hall]]<br>{{SUTCLink|pictures/burntweenysandwich_arg.jpg|14.011}}
 +
| 1972?
 +
| None
 +
| Argentinian edition, titled [[Burnt Weeny Sandwich|Imaginario Sandwich Quemado]].
 +
|-
 +
| rowspan="14" align="center" | '''1.2<br>Re-[[wikipedia:Equalization|EQ]]'d<br>Original<br>Stereo'''
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | LP
 
| align="center" | LP
| [[Barking Pumpkin]]<br>BPR 8888-3
+
| [[Barking Pumpkin]]<br>{{SUTCLink|pictures/bws_om2.jpg|BPR&nbsp;8888-3}}
 
| 1986-11-25
 
| 1986-11-25
 
| &nbsp;
 
| &nbsp;
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| Included in [[The Old Masters, Box II]] set.
 
| Included in [[The Old Masters, Box II]] set.
 
|-
 
|-
| align="center" | 2.1<br>[[Wikipedia:Remix|Remix]]
 
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | 1
| align="center" | [[Wikipedia:Compact disc|CD]]
+
| align="center" | LP
 +
| [[Zappa Records|Zappa]]<br>{{SUTCLink|pictures/BWS_zappa35.jpg|ZAPPA&nbsp;35}}
 +
| ?
 +
| 5016583603519?
 +
| rowspan="19" | [[Cal Schenkel]], [[John Williams]]
 +
| UK edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | [[wikipedia:Compact audio cassette|CS]]
 +
| Zappa<br>TZAPPA&nbsp;35
 +
| ?
 +
| 5016583603540?
 +
| UK edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CS
 +
| Barking Pumpkin<br>D4&nbsp;74239
 +
| 1991-10-22
 +
| 0013347423944
 +
| US edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | [[wikipedia:Compact disc|CD]]
 
| Barking Pumpkin<br>D2-74239
 
| Barking Pumpkin<br>D2-74239
| 1991
+
| 1991-10
 
| 0013347423920
 
| 0013347423920
| &nbsp;
 
 
| US edition.
 
| US edition.
 
|-
 
|-
| rowspan=4 align="center" | '''2.2<br>Improved<br>[[Wikipedia:Remix|Remix]]'''
 
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | CD
 
| align="center" | CD
| [[Rykodisc]]<br>RCD 10509
+
| Zappa<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|1379049|CDZAP&nbsp;35}}
 +
| 1991-10
 +
| 5016583603526
 +
| UK & French editions.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| Barking Pumpkin/[[Music Scene Incorporated|MSI]]<br>MSI&nbsp;80038
 +
| 1991?
 +
| &nbsp;
 +
| Japanese edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| [[Rykodisc]]<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|495114|RCD&nbsp;10509}}
 
| 1995-05-02
 
| 1995-05-02
 
| 0014431050923
 
| 0014431050923
| &nbsp;
 
 
| US edition. Matrix # IFPI L501 IFPI 8725 DISCTRONICS RCD 10509 03
 
| US edition. Matrix # IFPI L501 IFPI 8725 DISCTRONICS RCD 10509 03
 
|-
 
|-
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | CD
 
| align="center" | CD
| [[VideoArts]]<br>VACK 5081
+
| [[Gravadora Eldorado]]/Rykodisc<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|2131781|968022}}
 +
| 1995
 +
| 7897181221699
 +
| Brazilian edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| [[VideoArts]]<br>VACK&nbsp;5081
 
| 1995-06-25
 
| 1995-06-25
 
| 4988112406797
 
| 4988112406797
| &nbsp;
 
 
| Japanese edition.
 
| Japanese edition.
 
|-
 
|-
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | CD
 
| align="center" | CD
| VideoArts<br>VACK 5216
+
| [[Festival Records|Festival]]/Rykodisc<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|5265497|D31398}}
 +
| 1995
 +
| 9399603139820
 +
| Australian edition.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| VideoArts<br>VACK&nbsp;5216
 
| 1996-04-15
 
| 1996-04-15
 
| 4988112408166
 
| 4988112408166
| &nbsp;
+
| Japanese edition = Rykodisc RCD&nbsp;10509 repackaged with an [[wikipedia:obi strip|obi strip]] and extra liner notes in Japanese
| Japanese edition.
+
 
|-
 
|-
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | 1
 
| align="center" | CD
 
| align="center" | CD
| VideoArts<br>VACK 1210
+
| VideoArts<br>{{MLPLink|zappa-frank/burnt-weeny-sandwich-vack-1210|VACK&nbsp;1210}}
 
| 2001-09-21
 
| 2001-09-21
 
| 4988112412668
 
| 4988112412668
| &nbsp;
 
 
| Japanese edition, mini-album papersleeve.
 
| Japanese edition, mini-album papersleeve.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| VideoArts<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|2923942|VACK&nbsp;1339}}
 +
| 2008-09-24
 +
| 4988112417861
 +
| Japanese edition, mini-album papersleeve.
 +
|-
 +
| rowspan="6" align="center" | '''1.3<br>Remastered<br>Original Stereo
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| Zappa/[[wikipedia:Universal Music Enterprises|UMe]]<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|4220392|ZR&nbsp;3842}}
 +
| 2012-07-31
 +
| 0824302384220
 +
| US edition, manufactured and distributed by UMe<ref name="ZFTEmail">Email announcement by the [[ZFT]] on July 31<sup>st</sup>, 2012.</ref>.<br>Source: Original 1969 Analog Master. Mastered by [[wikipedia:Bob Ludwig|Bob Ludwig]], Gateway Mastering 2012. Matrix # IFPI L329 A01 DIDX-815894 1 ZAPPA.COM IFPI 50AB
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| Zappa/[[wikipedia:Universal Music Group|UMG&nbsp;Intl]]<br>0238422
 +
| 2012-07-31
 +
| 0824302384220
 +
| EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR&nbsp;3842, manufactured in Germany.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | CD
 +
| Zappa/[http://www.universal-music.co.jp/ Universal Music Japan]<br>UICY-75358
 +
| 2012-11-28
 +
| 4988005737564
 +
| Japanese edition, audiophile [[wikipedia:Super High Material CD|SHM-CD]], mini-album papersleeve with an obi strip and liner notes in Japanese.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | LP<br>(180&nbsp;g)
 +
| Zappa/UMe<br>ZR&nbsp;3842-1
 +
| 2018-06-22
 +
| 0824302384213
 +
| US edition, pressed in Germany by [http://pallasusa.com Pallas-USA]. Source: 1970 Analog Safety Master. Mastered by [[Bernie Grundman]], Bernie Grundman Mastering, 2018.
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | LP<br>(180&nbsp;g)
 +
| Zappa/UMG&nbsp;Intl<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|12165573|ZR&nbsp;3842-1}}
 +
| 2018-06-22
 +
| 0824302384213
 +
| EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR&nbsp;3842-1
 +
|-
 +
| align="center" | 1
 +
| align="center" | LP<br>(180&nbsp;g)
 +
| Zappa/UMe<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|12309676|ZR&nbsp;3842-1}}<ref name="NewburyComics">Same gatefold sleeve as the 2018 US edition with same catalog number ZR&nbsp;3842-1 and barcode 0824302384213. The lower sticker mentions ZR38421C</ref>
 +
| 2018-07-20<ref name="NewburyComicsTweet">[https://twitter.com/newburycomics/status/1019236317111123973 Twitter announcement] by Newbury Comics on July 17<sup>th</sup>, 2018.</ref>
 +
| 0824302385081<br>(sticker)
 +
| US limited edition (500 copies), silver marbled vinyl, manufactured and distributed by [http://www.newburycomics.com/ Newbury Comics].
 
|}
 
|}
 +
 +
==Notes==
 +
 +
<references/>
 +
 +
==See also==
 +
 +
*[[Burnt Weeny Sandwich (The Film)]]
 +
*[[The Old Masters, Box II]]
 +
*[[2 Originals Of The Mothers Of Invention]]
 +
 
[[Category:Discography]]
 
[[Category:Discography]]
 
[[Category:Original Albums]]
 
[[Category:Original Albums]]

Latest revision as of 13:04, 4 November 2018

Players

Tracks

LP

Side One

  1. WPLJ (3:02)
  2. Igor's Boogie, Phase One (0:40)
  3. Overture To A Holiday In Berlin (1:29)
  4. Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich (4:35)
  5. Igor's Boogie, Phase Two (0:35)
  6. Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown (6:27)
  7. Aybe Sea (2:45)

Side Two

  1. Little House I Used To Live In (18:42)
  2. Valarie (3:14)
CD
  1. WPLJ (2:53)
  2. Igor's Boogie, Phase One (0:36)
  3. Overture To A Holiday In Berlin (1:27)
  4. Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich (4:32)
  5. Igor's Boogie, Phase Two (0:36)
  6. Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown (6:24)
  7. Aybe Sea (2:46)
  8. Little House I Used To Live In (18:41)
  9. Valarie (3:14)

Release Notes

Produced and conducted by Frank Zappa.
Cover art by Cal Schenkel.
Album design by John Williams.

Liner Notes

Background Information

On the back cover is a picture taken by Cal Schenkel of Ian Underwood pretending to eat a shoe or boot. The picture comes from the Mothers’ September-October 1968 European tour.

Frank chose the front album cover long after it had been designed by Cal Schenkel in early 1967; the “crucified on technology” sculpture was originally concocted in the Zappas’ New York apartment on Charles Street for an Eric Dolphy album that was never released.

According to Cal Schenkel, Frank solarized and developed the inner-gatefold picture, of Don Preston at the Apostolic Studios, in his own closet.

Conceptual Continuity

Versions

ZFT # Version # # discs Format Catalog # Release
(YYYY-MM-DD)
EAN.UCC-13
(barcode)
Artwork Comment
9 1.1
Original
Stereo
1 LP Warner Bizarre/Reprise
RS 6370
1970-02-09 None Cal Schenkel, John Williams US edition. Matrix #
Side1: RS-6370-A 30975 - 1B
Side2: RS-6370-B 30976 - 1B
1 8T Warner Bizarre/Reprise
REP M8 6370
1970 None US edition.
1 LP Warner Bizarre/Reprise
RSLP 6370
1970-03[1] None UK edition.
1 LP Warner Bizarre/Reprise
K 44083
1971-07[1] None UK 2nd edition. Matrix #
Side 1: K-44083-AI RSLP 6370 AI
Side 2: K-44083-BI RSLP 6370 BI
1 LP Warner Bizarre/Reprise
K 44083
 ? None UK 3rd edition. Matrix #
Side 1: K-44083-A1 RSLP 6370 A1
Side 2: K-44083-B2
1 LP Warner DiscReet/Music-Hall
14.011
1972? None Argentinian edition, titled Imaginario Sandwich Quemado.
1.2
Re-EQ'd
Original
Stereo
1 LP Barking Pumpkin
BPR 8888-3
1986-11-25     Included in The Old Masters, Box II set.
1 LP Zappa
ZAPPA 35
 ? 5016583603519? Cal Schenkel, John Williams UK edition.
1 CS Zappa
TZAPPA 35
 ? 5016583603540? UK edition.
1 CS Barking Pumpkin
D4 74239
1991-10-22 0013347423944 US edition.
1 CD Barking Pumpkin
D2-74239
1991-10 0013347423920 US edition.
1 CD Zappa
CDZAP 35
1991-10 5016583603526 UK & French editions.
1 CD Barking Pumpkin/MSI
MSI 80038
1991?   Japanese edition.
1 CD Rykodisc
RCD 10509
1995-05-02 0014431050923 US edition. Matrix # IFPI L501 IFPI 8725 DISCTRONICS RCD 10509 03
1 CD Gravadora Eldorado/Rykodisc
968022
1995 7897181221699 Brazilian edition.
1 CD VideoArts
VACK 5081
1995-06-25 4988112406797 Japanese edition.
1 CD Festival/Rykodisc
D31398
1995 9399603139820 Australian edition.
1 CD VideoArts
VACK 5216
1996-04-15 4988112408166 Japanese edition = Rykodisc RCD 10509 repackaged with an obi strip and extra liner notes in Japanese
1 CD VideoArts
VACK 1210
2001-09-21 4988112412668 Japanese edition, mini-album papersleeve.
1 CD VideoArts
VACK 1339
2008-09-24 4988112417861 Japanese edition, mini-album papersleeve.
1.3
Remastered
Original Stereo
1 CD Zappa/UMe
ZR 3842
2012-07-31 0824302384220 US edition, manufactured and distributed by UMe[2].
Source: Original 1969 Analog Master. Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering 2012. Matrix # IFPI L329 A01 DIDX-815894 1 ZAPPA.COM IFPI 50AB
1 CD Zappa/UMG Intl
0238422
2012-07-31 0824302384220 EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR 3842, manufactured in Germany.
1 CD Zappa/Universal Music Japan
UICY-75358
2012-11-28 4988005737564 Japanese edition, audiophile SHM-CD, mini-album papersleeve with an obi strip and liner notes in Japanese.
1 LP
(180 g)
Zappa/UMe
ZR 3842-1
2018-06-22 0824302384213 US edition, pressed in Germany by Pallas-USA. Source: 1970 Analog Safety Master. Mastered by Bernie Grundman, Bernie Grundman Mastering, 2018.
1 LP
(180 g)
Zappa/UMG Intl
ZR 3842-1
2018-06-22 0824302384213 EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR 3842-1
1 LP
(180 g)
Zappa/UMe
ZR 3842-1[3]
2018-07-20[4] 0824302385081
(sticker)
US limited edition (500 copies), silver marbled vinyl, manufactured and distributed by Newbury Comics.

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Martin C. Strong, 2004, The Great Rock Discography, p. 1720.
  2. Email announcement by the ZFT on July 31st, 2012.
  3. Same gatefold sleeve as the 2018 US edition with same catalog number ZR 3842-1 and barcode 0824302384213. The lower sticker mentions ZR38421C
  4. Twitter announcement by Newbury Comics on July 17th, 2018.

See also