FZ At Artisan

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FZ At Artisan
Released 2011
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Ahead Of Their Time

"B152 - The Original Mothers Of Invention"

Players

Tracks

LP

Side One

  1. Wipe Out (3:04) - 6-7 December 1968, The Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles CA.
  2. East L.A. (4:59) - 14 February 1969, Columbia University.
  3. Weasels Ripped My Flesh (4:09) - First 2:58, 16 February 1969, The Ballroom, Stratford CT; last 1:11, 7 February 1969, Thee Image, Miami Beach FL.
  4. Kung Fu (2:16) - 2 March 1969, Philadelphia Arena.
  5. Igor's Boogie (1:28) - 2 March 1969, Philadelphia Arena.
  6. Passacaglia (3:11) - 2 March 1969, Philadelphia Arena.

Side Two

  1. Copenhagen Night Music (3:00) - 3 October 1968, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen.
  2. Help, I'm A Rock (3:46) - 25 October 1968, The Royal Festival Hall, London.
  3. Chocolate Halvah (3:33) - 7 February 1969, Thee Image, Miami Beach FL.
  4. Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Sexually Aroused Gas Mask (3:35) - 25 October 1968, The Royal Festival Hall, London
  5. The Cookie Jar Lecture (3:11) - 13 February 1969, The Factory, The Bronx, New York City.
  6. It Must Be Your Breath (2:04) - 30 May 1969, Birmingham Town Hall

Release Notes

Bootleg sourced from an acetate disc.

"Arranged, compiled, edited and produced by Frank Zappa, this acetate of original live recordings, engineered by Dick Kunc, was 
recorded between October 1968 and May 1969, and mastered at Artisan Sound Recorders in Hollywood, CA., in mid 1969. It contains unique original recordings of the Mothers of Invention performing "Wipe Out", "East L.A.", "Weasels Ripped My Flesh", "Kung Fu", "Igor's Boogie", "Passacaglia", "Copenhagen Night Music", "Help, I'm A Rock", "Chocolate Halvah", "Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Sexually Aroused Gas Mask", "The Cookie Jar Lecture" and "It Must Be Your Breath". This acetate, known officially as The Artisan RS 6406 Test Pressing (acetate), was ripped by it’s owner RJ and generously donated to Zappateers for torrenting (currently seeding)."
— Urbangraffito, The Artisan Acetate, March 6th, 2010

Source acetate labels

Liner Notes

"Arranged, compiled, edited and produced by Frank Zappa, this live recordings[sic], engineered by Dick Kunc, was recorded between October 1968 and May 1969, and mastered at Artisan Sound Recorders in Hollywood, CA., in mid 1969. It contains unique original recordings of the Mothers of Invention. (...) © & ℗ 2011 издательство "Мирумир"[1] - Licensed by Alfa/RVI, Tokyo - Ltd edition of 500 copies"

Background Information

Conceptual Continuity

Versions

ZFT # Version # # discs Format Catalog # Release
(YYYY-MM-DD)
EAN.UCC-13
(barcode)
Artwork Comment
n/a TBD 1 LP
(140 g)
Mirumir/B 13
B152
2011 0889397415211 The transparent sleeve may/may not have B152 printed. Russian limited edition of 500 copies, transparent vinyl.

References

  1. "Editions 'Mirumir'" in English

See Also