London Symphony Orchestra Vol. I & II

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London Symphony Orchestra Vol. I & II
Released April 1995
See also:
IINK,Patio,KUR
LSO Vol. I
LSO Vol. II
LSO (The Album)

Players

London Symphony Orchestra (conductor: Kent Nagano), David Ocker (solo clarinet), Chad Wackerman (drums), Ed Mann (featured percussionist)

Tracks

CD

Disc One

Bob In Dacron

  1. First Movement (5:36)
  2. Second Movement (6:32)

Sad Jane

  1. First Movement (4:47)
  2. Second Movement (5:02)

Mo 'n Herb's Vacation

  1. First Movement (4:47)
  2. Second Movement (10:04)
  3. Third Movement (12:50)

Disc Two

  1. Envelopes (04:04)
  2. Pedro's Dowry (10:25)
  3. Bogus Pomp (24:31)
  4. Strictly Genteel (06:56)

Release Notes

Released in April 1995, this edition regroups London Symphony Orchestra Vol. I and London Symphony Orchestra Vol. II. However the tracks order was reconsidered across both discs, so Disc One tracks are not these from Vol. I...

Liner Notes

Background Information

Conceptual Continuity

Versions

ZFT # Version # # discs Format Catalog # Release
(YYYY-MM-DD)
EAN.UCC-13
(barcode)
Artwork Comment
38
&
48
2[1]
Remix
2 CD Rykodisc
RCD 10540/41
1995-04-18 0014431054020   US edition. Matrix # CD1: IFPI 2U8G WEA mfg. OLYPHANT ifpi L903 Y13590 A4 P2 310540-2.1 01 M1S1 ; CD2: IFPI 2U8G WEA mfg. OLYPHANT ifpi L902 X13537 A4 P2 310540-2.2 01 M1S1
2 CD VideoArts
VACK 5115/6
1995-09-25 4988112407763   Japanese edition.
2 CD VideoArts
VACK 5250/1
1996-05-30 4988112408500   Japanese edition = Rykodisc RCD 10540/41 repackaged with an obi strip and extra liner notes in Japanese
2 CD VideoArts
VACK 1252
2002-10-23 4988112413511   Japanese edition, mini-album 2 papersleeves.
2012 Remaster
Stereo
1 CD Zappa/UMe
ZR 3868
2012-09-25 0824302386828   US edition, manufactured and distributed by UMe[2].
1 CD Zappa/UMG Intl
0238682
2012-09-25 0824302386828   EU edition = Zappa/UMe ZR 3868, manufactured in Germany.

Notes

  1. According to the Zappa Patio, the 1995 CD version "is radically different from the previous LSO releases".
  2. Email announcement by the ZFT on July 31st, 2012.

See Also