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== Release Info ==
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Released May 4 1979
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<div style="float:right;">
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{{Album Release Infobox |
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    Home          = [[Album History (by Cover)|Album History]] |
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    Previous album = [[Sheik Yerbouti|Previous]] |
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    Next album    = [[Joe's Garage Act I|Next]] |
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    Cover          = Orchestral_Favorites.jpg |
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    Name          = '''Orchestral Favorites'''<br><small>(Cover by [[Gary Panter]])</small> |
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    Released       = May 1979 |
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    Related        = See also:<br>{{IINKLink|lyrics/Orchestral_Favorites.html}}, {{ZPLink|vinylvscds/orchestral_favorites.html}}, {{KURLink|fz-discography/orchestral-favorites}}<br>[[Läther]] |
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}}
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</div>
  
== Tracks ==
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==Players==
* [[Strictly Genteel (The Track)|Strictly Genteel]] (07:04)
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* [[Pedro's Dowry|Pedro's Dowry]] (07:41)
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* [[Naval Aviation In Art|Naval Aviation In Art]] (01:22)
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* [[The Duke Of Prunes|The Duke Of Prunes]] (04:20)
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* [[Bogus Pomp|Bogus Pomp]] (13:28)
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== Players ==
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[[Frank Zappa]] and The [[Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra & Chorus]]:
Frank Zappa and The [[Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra & Chorus]]: Frank Zappa (guitar), [[Terry Bozzio]] (drums), [[Dave Parlato]] (bass), [[Mike Lang]] (keyboards), [[Emil Richards]] (percussion), [[Pamela Goldsmith]] (viola), [[John Wittenberg]] (violin), [[Bobby Dubow]] (violin), [[Jerry Kessler]] (cello), [[Bruce Fowler]] (trombone), [[Earle Dumler]] (oboe), [[Mike Altschul]] (flute, trumpet), [[Malcolm McNabb]] (trumpet), [[David Duke]] (french horn), [[Dana Hughes]] (bass trombone), [[Ray Reed]] (flute), [[David Shostak]] (flute), [[Tommy Morgan]] (harmonica), [[Marty Perellis]] (?), [[Captain Beefheart]] (dancing)
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{|cellspacing="30"
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|valign="top"|
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*[[Frank Zappa]] (guitar)
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*[[Terry Bozzio]] (drums)
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*[[Dave Parlato]] (bass)
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*[[Mike Lang]] (keyboards)
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*[[Emil Richards]] (percussion)
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*[[Pamela Goldsmith]] (viola)
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*[[John Wittenberg]] (violin)
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*[[Bobby Dubow]] (violin)
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*[[Jerry Kessler]] (cello)
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*[[Bruce Fowler]] (trombone)
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|valign="top"|
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*[[Earle Dumler]] (oboe)
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*[[Mike Altschul]] (flute, trumpet)
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*[[Malcolm McNabb]] (trumpet)
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*[[David Duke]] (french horn)
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*[[Dana Hughes]] (bass trombone)
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*[[Ray Reed]] (flute)
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*[[David Shostak]] (flute)
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*[[Tommy Morgan]] (harmonica)
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*[[Marty Perellis]] (?)
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*[[Captain Beefheart]] (dancing)
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|}
  
== Background ==
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==Tracks==
  
== Conceptual Continuity ==
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{| cellspacing="30"
  
== Versions ==
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|valign="top"|<div id="LP"><big>'''LP'''</big></div>
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'''Side One'''
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#[[Strictly Genteel (The Track)|Strictly Genteel]] (7:03)
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#[[Pedro's Dowry]] (7:41)
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#[[Naval Aviation In Art]] (1:22)
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'''Side Two'''
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#[[The Duke Of Orchestral Prunes]] (4:20) (titled "'''The Duke Of Prunes'''")
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#[[Bogus Pomp]] (13:29)
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|valign="top"|<div id="CD"><big>'''CD'''</big></div>
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#[[Strictly Genteel (The Track)|Strictly Genteel]] (7:04)
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#[[Pedro's Dowry]] (7:41)
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#[[Naval Aviation In Art]] (1:22)
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#[[The Duke Of Orchestral Prunes]] (4:20) (titled "'''The Duke Of Prunes'''")
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#[[Bogus Pomp]] (13:28)
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|}
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==Release Notes==
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Recorded at the [[75/09/17-18 Los Angeles CA US Royce Hall, UCLA|Royce Hall, UCLA, September 18-19, 1975]].
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==Liner Notes==
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==Background Information==
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Cover illustration: [[Gary Panter]]
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==Conceptual Continuity==
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==Versions==
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{| {{Versions Table Header}}
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| rowspan="18" align="center" | 27
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| rowspan="5" align="center" | '''1<br>Original<br>[[wikipedia:Stereophonic sound|Stereo]]'''<br><br>
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | [[wikipedia:Long playing record|LP]]
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| [[DiscReet Records|DiscReet]]<br>{{SUTCLink|pictures/orchestral_favs_us_DSK2294.jpg|DSK&nbsp;2294}}
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| 1979-05-04
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| None
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| &nbsp;
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| US edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | [[Wikipedia:8-track_cartridge|8T]]
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| Warner DiscReet<br>DIS&nbsp;M8D&nbsp;2294
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| 1979?
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| None
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| &nbsp;
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| US edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | LP
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| DiscReet<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|1673058|K&nbsp;59212}}
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| 1979-06<ref name="MStrong">Martin C. Strong, 2004, ''The Great Rock Discography'', p. 1723.</ref>
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| None
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| &nbsp;
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| UK edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | [[wikipedia:Compact audio cassette|CS]]
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| DiscReet<br>K4&nbsp;59212
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| 1979-06<ref name="MStrong"/>
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| None
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| &nbsp;
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| UK edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | LP
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| DiscReet<br>{{SUTCLink|pictures/orchestralfavgema_german_59212.jpg|DIS&nbsp;59212}}
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| &nbsp;
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| None
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| &nbsp;
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| German edition.
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|-
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| rowspan="11" align="center" | '''2.1<br>Re-EQ'd<br>Original [[wikipedia:Stereophonic sound|Stereo]]'''<br><small>(left &<br>right<br>channels<br>reversed<br>according<br>to the<br>[[External Links#Tour/Trading Related|Zappa Patio]])</small>
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | [[wikipedia:Compact disc|CD]]
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| [[Barking Pumpkin]]<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|2810607|D2&nbsp;74236}}
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| 1991-09-24
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| 0013347423623
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| &nbsp;
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| US edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CS
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| Barking Pumpkin<br>D4&nbsp;74236
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| 1991-09-24
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| 0013347423647
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| &nbsp;
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| US edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| [[Zappa Records|Zappa]]<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|1412649|CDZAP&nbsp;45}}
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| 1991-09-30
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| 5016583604523
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| &nbsp;
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| UK & French editions.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CS
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| Zappa<br>TZAPPA&nbsp;45
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| ?
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| 5016583604547?
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| &nbsp;
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| UK edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| Barking Pumpkin/[[Music Scene Incorporated|MSI]]<br>MSI&nbsp;80044
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| 1991?
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| &nbsp;
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| &nbsp;
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| Japanese edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| [[Rykodisc]]<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|2451627|RCD&nbsp;10529}}
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| 1995-05-02
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| 0014431052927
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| &nbsp;
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| US & {{DiscogsPicLink|420267|EU}} editions. [[Matrix Numbers|Matrix #]] IFPI L502 IFPI 8717 DISCTRONICS RCD&nbsp;10529 01
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| [[VideoArts]]<br>VACK&nbsp;5087
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| 1995-06-25
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| 4988112406841
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| &nbsp;
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| Japanese edition.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| VideoArts<br>VACK&nbsp;5222
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| 1996-04-15?
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| 4988112408227
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| &nbsp;
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| Japanese edition = Rykodisc RCD&nbsp;10529 repackaged with an [[wikipedia:obi strip|obi strip]] and extra liner notes in Japanese
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| VideoArts<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|3798313|VACK&nbsp;1237}}
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| 2002-04-27
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| 4988112413221
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| &nbsp;
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| Japanese edition, mini-album papersleeve.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| Zappa/[[wikipedia:Universal Music Enterprises|UMe]]<br>ZR&nbsp;3860
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| 2012-09-25
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| 0824302386026
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| &nbsp;
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| US edition, manufactured and distributed by UMe<ref name="ZFTEmail">Email announcement by the [[ZFT]] on July 31<sup>st</sup>, 2012.</ref>.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | CD
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| Zappa/[[wikipedia:Universal Music Group|UMG&nbsp;Intl]]<br>0238602
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| 2012-09-25
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| 0824302386026
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| &nbsp;
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| EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR&nbsp;3860, manufactured in Germany.
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|-
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| rowspan="2" align="center" | '''2.1a'''<br>Slight Remaster
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | LP<br>(180&nbsp;g)
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| Zappa/UMe<br>ZR&nbsp;3860-1
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| 2019-08-15
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| 0824302386019
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| &nbsp;
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| US edition, pressed by [https://www.furnacemfg.com/ Furnace Record Pressing]. Source : Original 1976 Master Tape. Mastered by [[Bernie Grundman]], Bernie Grundman Mastering.
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|-
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| align="center" | 1
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| align="center" | LP<br>(180&nbsp;g)
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| Zappa/UMG&nbsp;Intl<br>ZR&nbsp;3860-1
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| 2019-08-30
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| 0824302386019
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| &nbsp;
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| EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR 3860-1, manufactured in Germany.
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|-
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| rowspan="2" align="center" | 113
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| rowspan="2" align="center" | '''2.2<br>Slight Remaster<br>with 20 Bonus Tracks'''
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| align="center" | 3
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| align="center" | CD
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| Zappa/UMe<br>{{DiscogsPicLink|14040201|ZR20030}}
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| 2019-08-15
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| 0824302003022
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| &nbsp;
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| US edition, with 32-page booklet.
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|-
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| align="center" | 3
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| align="center" | CD
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| Zappa/UMG&nbsp;Intl?<br>023860?
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| 2019-08-30
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| 0824302003022
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| &nbsp;
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| EU edition, with 32-page booklet.
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|}
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==Notes==
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<references/>
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==See Also==
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*[[Läther]]
  
 
[[Category:Discography]]
 
[[Category:Discography]]
[[Category:Zappa Per Album]]
 
 
[[Category:Original Albums]]
 
[[Category:Original Albums]]

Latest revision as of 11:22, 30 August 2019

Album History
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Orchestral Favorites
(Cover by Gary Panter)
Released May 1979
See also:
IINK, Patio, KUR
Läther

Players

Frank Zappa and The Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra & Chorus:

Tracks

LP

Side One

  1. Strictly Genteel (7:03)
  2. Pedro's Dowry (7:41)
  3. Naval Aviation In Art (1:22)

Side Two

  1. The Duke Of Orchestral Prunes (4:20) (titled "The Duke Of Prunes")
  2. Bogus Pomp (13:29)
CD
  1. Strictly Genteel (7:04)
  2. Pedro's Dowry (7:41)
  3. Naval Aviation In Art (1:22)
  4. The Duke Of Orchestral Prunes (4:20) (titled "The Duke Of Prunes")
  5. Bogus Pomp (13:28)

Release Notes

Recorded at the Royce Hall, UCLA, September 18-19, 1975.

Liner Notes

Background Information

Cover illustration: Gary Panter

Conceptual Continuity

Versions

ZFT # Version # # discs Format Catalog # Release
(YYYY-MM-DD)
EAN.UCC-13
(barcode)
Artwork Comment
27 1
Original
Stereo


1 LP DiscReet
DSK 2294
1979-05-04 None   US edition.
1 8T Warner DiscReet
DIS M8D 2294
1979? None   US edition.
1 LP DiscReet
K 59212
1979-06[1] None   UK edition.
1 CS DiscReet
K4 59212
1979-06[1] None   UK edition.
1 LP DiscReet
DIS 59212
  None   German edition.
2.1
Re-EQ'd
Original Stereo

(left &
right
channels
reversed
according
to the
Zappa Patio)
1 CD Barking Pumpkin
D2 74236
1991-09-24 0013347423623   US edition.
1 CS Barking Pumpkin
D4 74236
1991-09-24 0013347423647   US edition.
1 CD Zappa
CDZAP 45
1991-09-30 5016583604523   UK & French editions.
1 CS Zappa
TZAPPA 45
 ? 5016583604547?   UK edition.
1 CD Barking Pumpkin/MSI
MSI 80044
1991?     Japanese edition.
1 CD Rykodisc
RCD 10529
1995-05-02 0014431052927   US & EU editions. Matrix # IFPI L502 IFPI 8717 DISCTRONICS RCD 10529 01
1 CD VideoArts
VACK 5087
1995-06-25 4988112406841   Japanese edition.
1 CD VideoArts
VACK 5222
1996-04-15? 4988112408227   Japanese edition = Rykodisc RCD 10529 repackaged with an obi strip and extra liner notes in Japanese
1 CD VideoArts
VACK 1237
2002-04-27 4988112413221   Japanese edition, mini-album papersleeve.
1 CD Zappa/UMe
ZR 3860
2012-09-25 0824302386026   US edition, manufactured and distributed by UMe[2].
1 CD Zappa/UMG Intl
0238602
2012-09-25 0824302386026   EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR 3860, manufactured in Germany.
2.1a
Slight Remaster
1 LP
(180 g)
Zappa/UMe
ZR 3860-1
2019-08-15 0824302386019   US edition, pressed by Furnace Record Pressing. Source : Original 1976 Master Tape. Mastered by Bernie Grundman, Bernie Grundman Mastering.
1 LP
(180 g)
Zappa/UMG Intl
ZR 3860-1
2019-08-30 0824302386019   EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR 3860-1, manufactured in Germany.
113 2.2
Slight Remaster
with 20 Bonus Tracks
3 CD Zappa/UMe
ZR20030
2019-08-15 0824302003022   US edition, with 32-page booklet.
3 CD Zappa/UMG Intl?
023860?
2019-08-30 0824302003022   EU edition, with 32-page booklet.

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Martin C. Strong, 2004, The Great Rock Discography, p. 1723.
  2. Email announcement by the ZFT on July 31st, 2012.

See Also