Frank Zappa Meets The Mothers Of Invention Frank Zappa Meets The Mothers Of Invention (European Version)

Frank Zappa Meets The Mothers Of Prevention

(Frank Zappa, LP, Barking Pumpkin ST-74203, November 21, 1985)

  1. I Don't Even Care (FZ/Watson) 4:39
  2. One Man, One Vote 2:35
  3. Little Beige Sambo 3:02
  4. Aerobics In Bondage 3:16
  5. We're Turning Again 4:55
  6. Alien Orifice 4:10
  7. Yo Cats (FZ/Mariano) 3:33
  8. What's New In Baltimore? 5:20
  9. Porn Wars 12:05
  10. H.R. 2911 3:35

Produced by Frank Zappa
Engineered by Bob Stone
Live recordings engineer Mark Pinske
Computer Assistant Bob Rice
Maintenance by Arthur 'Midget' Sloatman
Studio: UMRK

Art direction & design Chris Whorf & Jeffery Fey
Illustration: John Dearstyne

Voices: Frank Zappa, Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Ike "Thing-Fish" Willis, Ray White, Bobby Martin, Moon, Dweezil, Senator Danforth (R-Missouri), Senator Hollings (D-South Carolina), Senator Trible (R-Virginia), Senator Hawkins (R-Florida), Senator Exon (D-Nebraska), Senator Gorton (R-Washington), Senator Gore (D-Tennessee), Tipper Gore, Reverend Jeff Ling, Spider Barbour, All Nite John, Monica
Guitars: Frank Zappa, Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Steve Vai, Ray White, Ike Willis
Keyboards: Tommy Mars, Bobby Martin
Bass: Scott Thunes, Arthur Barrow (uncredited)
Drums: Chad Wackerman
Percussion: Ed Mann
Synclavier: Frank Zappa

1. I Don't Even Care 4:39

(Zappa/Watson)

Basic track:
soundcheck
c. 1981-82

Johnny "Guitar" Watson—lead guitar & lead vocals
FZ—guitar, vocals
Ike Willis—guitar?, vocals?
Steve Vai—guitar?
Ray White—guitar?, vocals
Bobby Martin—vocals
Arthur Barrow—bass (over-dubbed)
Chad Wackerman—drums

Would ya b'lieve it
Uh-huh, don't even care
Uh-huh, listen!
I said
(I-I-I-I)
Talkin' 'bout this evenin'
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
So let me tell you why this evenin'
Listen! Not enough have been said
(I-I-I-I)
About the white, the blue and the red
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
So everybody just a-runnin' off scared
And I, OW!
A'll tell you that
(I-I-I-I)
Talkin' 'bout ME, y'all
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
I don't even care
No I don't, no I don't
Listen! Standin' in the bread line
(I-I-I-I)
Everybody lyin' an' lyin'
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Ain't nobody doin' fine
O-OW! Let me tell you why
I said, OW!
(I-I-I-I)
I'm talkin' 'bout I
Don't even . . .
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Don't give me no incentives
Don't give me no incentives
I know you know what I'm talkin' 'bout
(I-I-I-I)
Uh-huh, yeah!
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Oh no, I don't
Now listen . . .
Everybody's sayin' be big hearted
(I-I-I-I)
Everybody's sayin' be big hearted
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
How in the world has this mess got started
I never know, never know got started
OW!
(I-I-I-I)
Yes sir! I don't even care
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Uh-huh, yes sir!
(I-I-I-I)
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
(I-I-I-I)
Help me! Uh-huh
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Don't care no more
Don't you . . . don't you know!
(I-I-I-I)
Everybody's doin' line in tellin' them lies 'n
They want me to b'lieve it!
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Everybody's tryin' to offer me somethin'
Ain't nothin' I need to live
I said
(I-I-I-I)
Yeah! I don't even . . .
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
No no I don't
Ha-tch-tch-tch-tch
(I-I-I-I)
Ha-tch-tch-tch-tch-tch
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Uh-huh, now listen, now ain't that som'thin'—oof!
I said
(I-I-I-I)
Alright
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Lemme tell you why
What was whole
Now what was whole
(I-I-I-I)
What was whole is . . . is just less than half
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
What was whole is less than half
Lemme tell you
OW!
(I-I-I-I)
Hey, you can't hold on to it 'cause it ain't gonna last!
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Would you listen to me baby?
I'm just talkin' 'bout
(I-I-I-I)
OW!
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Shit, I don't care!
Listen! I said now
(I-I-I-I)
Uh-huh
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
So listen, lemme tell ya
The cow used to jump over the moon!
An' I ain't jumpin' over the fence!
(I-I-I-I)
Is that cold?
It don't make no sense doin' it
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
OW! Yep, that's the reason! That's the reason! That's the reason! OW!
(I just don't care!)
(I-I-I-I)
Uh-huh
(No no no!)
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Say, look, they thought he was a man in the moon,
I wonder if it wasn't a woman
(Just don't care! Yeah yeah hey!)
I said
(I-I-I-I)
YEAH!
(Well well hey)
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Somethin' in the mornin'
I don't care in the evenin'
I don't care at night
(No no, I just don't care, I said that . . . )
(I-I-I-I)
Is that what you b'lieve they're tryin' to send me up to fix the satellite
(Oh no . . . )
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
OW! No good!
(AAAAAAAH!)
Listen, talkin' 'bout
(I-I-I-I)
(Said I don't care)
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Woh! No, I don't this evenin'
(No I don't! I don't care! Yeah! Sayin' that)
(I-I-I-I)
(You know I said, I . . . )
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Oh no . . . ha ha . . . Oh lord!
(Oh no, tell you, I don't really . . . )
(I-I-I-I)
Somebody better hold me this evenin'
(Say it again)
'Cause I don't even care
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
(Want you to know, want you . . . know that I said . . . )
Hold me tight, hold me tight, hold me tight this evenin' 'cause
(I-I-I-I)
B'lieve it!
(Tell ya what, tell ya what, I don't)
(DON'T EVEN CARE)
Lord, I'm waiting to pull in guitar, Frank
OW!

2. One Man, One Vote 2:35

FZ—Synclavier

 

3. Little Beige Sambo 3:02

FZ—Synclavier

 

4. Aerobics In Bondage 3:16

FZ—Synclavier

 

5. We're Turning Again 4:55

includes little quotations from Honey Love (McPhatter/Gerald), The Hurdy Gurdy Man (Leitch), Sunshine Of Your Love (Brown/Bruce/Clapton), Purple Haze (Hendrix), Light My Fire (The Doors) and Monday, Monday (Phillips)

Basic track:
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
December 11, 1981

FZ—guitar, vocals
Ike Willis—vocals
Steve Vai—guitar
Ray White—guitar, vocals
Tommy Mars—keyboards
Bobby Martin—keyboards, vocals
Ed Mann—percussion
Scott Thunes—bass
Chad Wackerman—drums

Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again
Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again

They took a whole bunch of acid
So they could see where it's at
(It's over there, over there,
Over there, over there
And under here also)
Doont, da-doodem doodem!
They lived on a whole bunch of nothing
They thought they looked very good
They'd never ever worry
They were always in a hurry
To convince themselves that what they were
Was really very groovy
Yes, they believed in all the papers
And the magazines that defined their folklore
They could never laugh
At who or what they thought they were
Or even what they thought
They sorta oughta be
They were totally empty
(Totally empty)
And their lives were really useless
So what the fuck?
They didn't have no sense of humor
(Oodly-oodly-yeah!)
Now they got nothing left
To laugh about
Including themselves

Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again
Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again

Bprr . . . bprr . . . the year 1967
Drug-crazed youth discovered vagrancy as a way of life
EWW-WW!
Dey were mellow
Dey were yellow
Dey were wearing smelly blankets
Dey looked like DONOVAN fans
(HU-UR-DE-EE
GU-UR-DE-EE)

Dey walkin' 'round
With stupid flowers
In dey hair an' evvywhere
Dey tried to stuff 'em up de guns
Of all the cops and other servants of the law
(LA LA-LA-LA LA-LA)
Who tried to push 'em around
And later mowed 'em down
But they were full of all that shit
That they believed in
(PHEW!)
So what the fuck?
(WHAT THE FUCK?)
Now I seen 'em tightenin' up dey headbands
On the weekend and dey get loaded
When dey came to town
Dey walk around in GREEMICH VILLAGE
To buy posters dey could hang up
In dem smelly little secret
Black light bedrooms
On LONN-ISLAND
Singin': "JIMI COME BACK!"
Now come back and regulate de boy's FURZ-tone
Yo' HAZE was so PURPLE
It caused your AXIS to be BOLD AS LOVE
(JIMI-JIMI-JIMI-JIMI-JIMI FEED BACK)
Now Jimi gimme some feedback
Come back and feed back on my knapsack
You can feed back the fuzz tone from your WAH-WAH
While you bend down
And set your stuff on FIRE

Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again
Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again

We can turn it around
We can do it again
We can go back in time
Through the canyons of your mind
On the EVE O' DESTRUCTION
We can act like we are something really special
WOOOH, we'll just jump in the bath-tub
With that other guy JIM
And make him be more careful
We can visit Big Mama
And whap her on the back
When she eats her sandwich
(LA LA LA LA)
We can take care of Janis
When she gets so depressed
She can't take it no more
We can laugh at Keith Moon's jokes
(HA HA HA HA HA)
And the colour TV
(HA HA)
He threw out de windum
Fum de second flew-ah!
(YEAAHHHHHH!)
Everybody come back
No one can do it like you used to
If you listen to the radio
And what they play today
You can tell right away:
All those assholes really need you!

Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again
Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again

Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again
Turn turn
Turn turn
We're turning again

6. Alien Orifice 4:10

Basic track:
Unknown location
c. September 1981-July, 1982

FZ—guitar
Steve Vai—guitar
Ray White—guitar
Tommy Mars—keyboards
Bobby Martin—keyboards
Ed Mann—percussion
Scott Thunes—bass
Chad Wackerman—drums

 

7. Yo Cats 3:33

(Zappa/Mariano)

includes quotations from Catholic Girls and the 3rd Movement "Marche Funebre" of the Sonata No. 2 in B Flat minor (Chopin)

Ike Willis—voice
Chad Wackerman—drums
FZ—Synclavier

Yo cats, yo yo
Yo chooch, way to go
You is dead, but you don't know
Yo let's carve, hey where's the blow?

Get your fiddle, get your bow
Play some footballs on your hoe
Watch your watch, play a little flat
Make the session go overtime, that's where it's at

Hey, saxophone, clarinet
How many doubles can you get?
Special rules provide the way
To help you maximize your pay

Your Girl, Arlyn's, what's the diff
What's the service that you're with
So long as you can suck the butt
Of the contractor who calls you up

Your career could take a thud
Unless you kneel and scarf his pud
And when the dates come rollin' in
You can wipe your lips and flash a grin
That tells them all at the jingle date
That you enjoyed what you just ate

Yum yum, dog food
Hemorrhoid cream but the bread's so good
New RV and the leisure suit
Hey, I play shit but I love that loot

Thank the union, it's so great
Only a few get to be on the date
Those other schmucks with electric guitars
Got to play for poot in the "B" scale bars

You have made it, you are cool
You have been to the Berklee School
You give clinics on the side
Music has died and no one cried

Yo cats, yo yo
Yo chooch, way to go
You is dead

Hey! Have a nice one, guy!

8. What's New In Baltimore? 5:20

Community Theater, Berkeley, California
December 10, 1981
Painter's Mill Music Fair, Owings Mills, Maryland
November 15, 1981
Assembly Hall, University Of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois
November 21, 1981
Unknown venue and date

FZ—guitar
Steve Vai—guitar
Ray White—guitar
Tommy Mars—keyboards
Bobby Martin—keyboards
Ed Mann—percussion
Scott Thunes—bass
Chad Wackerman—drums

 

9. Porn Wars 12:05

FZ—Synclavier

Voices from the Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
September 19, 1985

Senator Danforth (R-Missouri)
Senator Hollings (D-South Carolina)
Senator Trible (R-Virginia)
Senator Hawkins (R-Florida)
Senator Exon (D-Nebraska)
Senator Gorton (R-Washington)
Senator Gore (D-Tennessee)
Tipper Gore
Reverend Jeff Ling
FZ

Thing-Fish section (including some dialog from Galoot Up-Date) from UMRK
c. 1982-83

Ike Willis—Thing-Fish voice, rhythm guitar?
Steve Vai—guitar?
FZ—rhythm guitar?
Tommy Mars—keyboards
Arthur Barrow—bass
Chad Wackerman—drums

Piano people voices from Apostolic Studios, NYC
October, 1967

Spider Barbour—voice
All-Night John Kilgore—voice
Monica—voice

Chairman (John Danforth): The reason for this hearing is not to promote any legislation. Indeed, I don't know of any suggestion that any legislation be passed. But to simply provide a forum for airing the issue itself, for ventilating the issue, for bringing it out in the public domain. Senator Hollings.

Senator Hollings: I've had the opportunity to, ah, attend a, a showing, you might say, or presentation of, ah, this porn rock, as they call it. In the test of pornography, one of the things to look at is it, it does not have any redeeming social value. Ah, there could be an exception here, because having attended that pres, presentation, the redeeming social value I find that is inaudible. I have a hard time understanding it, then. Paul, since I traveled the country for 3 years, 'n they said they could not understand me. Maybe I could make a good rock star; I don't know. Heh . . . But in all candor, I would tell you it's, it's outrageous filth. So, I'll be looking from this Senator's standpoint, not just to bring pressures but to try to see if there is some constitutional provisions to tax, or approach that can be used on the Congress to limit this outrageous filth.

Chairman: Senator Trible.

Senator Trible: Rape, incest, sexual violence . . .
Senator Hollings: It's outrageous filth . . .
Senator Trible: Is like sandpaper to the soul . . . Now, the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic
Senator Hollings: It's outrageous filth!
Senator Trible: Rather the emotional damage is more subtle
Senator Hawkins: Fire and chains and . . .
Senator Hollings: It's outrageous filth!
Senator Hawkins: Other . . . objectionable . . . tools of gratification in some twisted mind . . .
Johnny Guitar Watson: YEAH!
Senator Trible: Now, the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock . . .
Senator Trible: Rather the emotional damage is more subtle
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Trible: The mere announcement of this heari . . . censorship
Senator Hollings: If I could find some way constitutionally to do away with it, I would.
Senator Hawkins: Fire and chains and . . . other . . . objectionable . . .
Senator Hollings: Rock porn
Senator Hawkins: Tools of gratification in some twisted mind . . .
Johnny Guitar Watson: YEAH!
Senator Trible: Now, the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Senator Hollings: Porn rock!
Senator Trible: Now, the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Senator Hollings: Porn rock!
Senator Trible: Rather the emotional damage . . .
Senator Hollings: If I could find some way constitutionally to do away with it, I would.
Senator Hawkins: This issue is too hot not to cool down
Senator Trible: Now, the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Senator Trible: Rather the emotional damage is more subtle
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock . . .
Senator Hawkins: Burn! Burn . . . !
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Hollings: Rock porn . . . rock porn . . . rock porn . . .
Senator Hawkins: This issue is too hot not to cool down
Senator Hawkins: Fire and chains and . . . other . . . objectionable . . . tools of gratification in some twisted mind . . .
Senator Hawkins: This issue is too hot not to cool down
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock!
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock!
Senator Hawkins: This issue is too . . .

Spider: This must be the end of the world! All the people turning into pigs and ponies . . . I can't let it happen to me!

Senator Exon: What is the reason for these hearings in front of the Commerce Committee?
FZ: Sex!
Senator Hawkins: Well . . .
FZ: Sex!
Senator Hawkins: Thank you. I think that statement tells the story to this committee.
Rev. Jeff Ling: "Listen you little slut, do as you are told"
Senator Exon: What is the reason . . .
FZ: Sex!
Senator Exon: For these hearings in front of the Commerce Committee?
FZ: Sex!
Underwear
FZ: Bondage!
Rev. Jeff Ling: Listen you little slut
Rev. Jeff Ling: Listen you little slut, do as you are told
FZ: Sex, and lots of it
Rev. Jeff Ling: Fixed her good.
FZ: Sex! Sex! Sex! Sex! . . .

Senator Hawkins: I'd be interested to see what toys your kids ever had.
FZ: Why would you be interested?
Senator Hawkins: Just as a point of interest in this . . .
FZ: Well, come on over to the house. I'll show 'em to you . . . Really!
Senator Hawkins: I . . . I might do that.

Senator Trible: Rape, incest, sexual violence . . . is like sandpaper to the soul . . .
Senator Trible: Now, the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic
Senator Hollings: It's outrageous filth!
Senator Trible: Rather the emotional damage is more subtle
Senator Hawkins: Fire and chains and . . . other
Senator Hollings: It's outrageous filth!
Senator Hawkins: Objectionable . . . tools of gratification in some twisted minds . . .
Johnny Guitar Watson: YEAH!
Senator Trible: Now the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Senator Hollings: Porn rock
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Trible: Rather the emotional damage is more subtle
Senator Hawkins: Fire and chains and . . . other
Senator Hollings: If I could find some way constitutionally to do away with it, I would.
Senator Hawkins: Objectionable . . . tools of gratification in some twisted minds . . .

Senator Trible: Now the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Johnny Guitar Watson: YEAH!
Senator Hollings: Something that we have got to give some kind of attention to.
Senator Trible: The mere announcement of this hearing led to cries of censorship.

Senator Trible: Now the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Senator Hollings: Porn Rock
Senator Trible: Now the effects of such lyrics on a well adjusted child may not be cataclysmic . . .
Senator Hollings: If I could find some way constitutionally to do away with it, I would.
Senator Trible: Rather the emotional damage . . .

Chairman: Thank you very much, Mr. Zappa. You understand that the, the, ah, previous witnesses were not asking for legislation. And I, I don't know, I can't speak for Senator Hollings, but I think that the prevailing view here is that nobody is asking for legislation. The question is just focusing on what a lot of people perceived to be a problem, and you have indicated that you at least understand that there is another point of view.

Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air

Chairman: Senator Gore.

Senator Gore: Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. I found your statement very interesting and, ah, let me say although I disagree with some of the statements that you make and have made on other occasions, I have been a fan of your music, believe it or not. And I, I, ah, respect you as a true original and a tremendously talented musician.

Spider: Ooh, wait a minute!

Senator Hollings: Maybe I could make a good rock-star, I don't know
Rev. Jeff Ling: Come with . . . come with . . . come with daddy!
Senator Hollings: Maybe I could make a good rock-star, I don't know
Rev. Jeff Ling: Come with . . . come with daddy!
Senator Hollings: Maybe I could make a good rock-star, I don't know
Rev. Jeff Ling: Come with . . . come with . . . come with daddy!

Spider: They don't even understand their own music . . . of course nobody does, but . . .
John: They don't, they don't even know what they're doing
Spider: No!
John: I've, I've seen 'em a couple of times . . .
Spider: Did . . . did you see their uniforms?
John: Unbelievable!
Monica: Which ones? They, the red ones?
John: All those rhinestones over their rings and things like that
Monica: Do you know what I . . .
John: Gold lamé hoof-covers . . . Unbelievable!

Senator Hollings: Maybe I could make a good rock-star
Senator Hollings: Maybe I could make a good rock-star
Rev. Jeff Ling: Gonna drive my love inside you
etc.
Senator Hollings: It's outrageous filth
Senator Hollings: It's outrageous filth
Rev. Jeff Ling: Come with daddy!
etc., etc.
Senator Hollings: Rock, rock, Porn Rock!
Senator Hollings: Rock porn
etc.
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air

Senator Hollings: An' I think your suggestion is a good one. If you print those words, that would go a long way to satisfying everyone's objections, I . . .
FZ: All we have to do is find out how it is going to be paid for.

Senator Hawkins: This issue is too hot not to cool down.
Senator Hawkins: Pyromania. Burn the building! Burn! Burn! Burn! No question. Burn the building! Burn! Burn! Burn!
Senator Trible: The mere announcement of this hearing led to cries of censorship
Johnny Guitar Watson: YEAH!
Senator Trible: Not the self-appointed guardians of the national morality, as some would suggest
Senator Hollings: If I could find some way constitutionally to do away with it I would
Senator Hollings: Within the constrictions of free speech
Senator Hollings: Willy nilly over the air
Senator Hawkins: This issue is too hot not to cool down
Senator Hollings: So, I'll be looking from this Senator's standpoint, not just to bring pressures but to try to see if there is some constitutional provisions to tax, or approach that can be used on the Congress to limit this outrageous filth.
Johnny Guitar Watson: YEAH!

Thing-Fish:
We'll get back to de wimp and his low-budget conceptium of personal freedom in just a moment. But foist, welcome to: WHAT DE FUCK GWINE ON HERE? (A celebratium o' de American way o' life!) I see some o' y'all be FROWNIN' . . . 'cause mebbe y'think what I's tellin' ya' is a LIE! Am I right? Les' jes' have a test . . . How many o' you nice folks think I knows what I's talkin' 'bout? RAISE Y'HAIN UP! Uh-huh! An' how many thinks my potato been bakin' too long? RAISE YO MIZZABLE HAIN UP! Uh-huh! Now . . . how many you folks is CONVINCED de gubnint be totally 'UNCONCERNED' wit de proliferatium o' UNDESIRABLE TENANTS in de CONDOMINIUM o' LIFE? An' how many folks believe THEY number won't come up, next time de breeze blow fum de Easterly directium? Les' face it, peoples! Ugly as I mights be, I AM YO' FUTCHUM! Ain't that right, SISTER OB'DEWLLA? Hmm hmm! Oh, oh yeah! Thass right!

Chairman: Senator Gorton.
Senator Gorton: Mr. Zappa, I, ah, am astounded at the courtesy and soft-voiced nature of the comments of my friend, the Senator from Tennessee. I can only say that I found your statement to be boorish, ah, incredibly and insensitively insulting to the people that were here previously; that you could manage to give the first amendment of the Constitution of the United States a bad name, if I felt that you had the slightest understanding of it, which I do not. You do not have the slightest understanding of the difference between Government action and private action, and you have certainly destroyed any case you might otherwise have had with this Senator. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
FZ: Is this private action?

Rev. Jeff Ling: Degradation. Humiliation. Thrusting, shoving. Animals humping.
Senator Hawkins: There's no absolute right to free speech
FZ: I don't think this is constitutional . . .
Tipper Gore: A voluntary labeling is not censorship . . .
Rev. Jeff Ling: Bend up and smell my anal vapor
Tipper Gore: A voluntary . . . voluntary . . . voluntary . . . A voluntary labeling is not censorship . . .

Rev. Jeff Ling: Degradation . . . humiliation . . . thrusting . . .
Senator Hawkins: Well . . .
Ref. Jeff Ling: Whips in their hands
Senator Hawkins: I'd be interested to see what toys your kids ever had
Rev. Jeff Ling: Gonna drive my love inside of you
Senator Hawkins: Well . . .
FZ: Is this private action?
Rev. Jeff Ling: In chains . . .
Senator Hawkins: Well . . .
Rev. Jeff Ling: Listen you little slut, do as you are told . . .
Senator Hawkins: There's no absolute right . . .
Senator Hawkins: There's no absolute right . . .
Rev. Jeff Ling: My apologies
Senator Hawkins: There's no absolute right . . .
Rev. Jeff Ling: Whips in their hands
Senator Hawkins: Well . . .
FZ: Ladies, how dare you?
Senator Hawkins: Well . . .
Rev. Jeff Ling: Dressed in leather bondage masks . . .
Senator Hawkins: Well . . .
Rev. Jeff Ling: Brutal erotica
Senator Hollings: You and I would differ on what's ignorance and educated
FZ: Bondage!
Rev. Jeff Ling: Bend up and smell my anal vapor
Senator Hawkins: There's no . . . There's no . . .
Rev. Jeff Ling: Come with daddy!

Chairman: Mr. Zappa, thank you very much for your testimony.
FZ: Thank you.
Chairman: Next witness is John Denver . . .
Senator Hollings: We haven't got 'em whipped on this one yet. You got a bear by the tail here, uh? Jeezis!

10. H.R. 2911 3:35

FZ—Synclavier

 

 

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Original transcription by Patrick Neve
The transcription of the Senate Hearings can be found here: http://www.joesapt.net/superlink/shrg99-529/
Further corrections and additions by Román, Chris Ekman, Patrick Neve, Bossk (R), Jack P. Armstrong, Charles Ulrich, Stu Mark and slime.oofytv.set
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