London Symphony Orchestra Vol. I London Symphony Orchestra Vol. II

London Symphony Orchestra Vols. I & II

(Zappa, Vol. I: LP, Barking Pumpkin FW 38820, June 9, 1983; Vol. II: LP, Barking Pumpkin SJ-74207, September 17, 1987)

disc 1

  1. Bob In Dacron, First Movement 5:36
  2. Bob In Dacron, Second Movement 6:34
  3. Sad Jane, First Movement 4:46
  4. Sad Jane, Second Movement 5:04
  5. Mo 'N Herb's Vacation, First Movement 4:47
  6. Mo 'N Herb's Vacation, Second Movement 10:04
  7. Mo 'N Herb's Vacation, Third Movement 12:50

disc 2

  1. Envelopes 4:06
  2. Pedro's Dowry 10:25
  3. Bogus Pomp 24:34
  4. Strictly Genteel 6:56

January 12-14, 1983
Twickenham Film Studio, London, UK

Produced by Frank Zappa
Mark Pinske—recording engineer
Island Mobile remote recording truck
UMRK recording facility

John Vince—cover design (Vol. I)
Steve Schapiro—back cover photo (Vol. I)
James Stagnita—graphic design (Vol. II)
Mark Hanauer—cover photo (Vol. II)

The London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Kent Nagano
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David Ocker—Solo Clarinet
Chad Wackerman—Drums
Ed Mann—Featured Percussionist

disc 1

1. Bob In Dacron, First Movement 5:36

 

2. Bob In Dacron, Second Movement 6:34

includes Wind Quintet, a quotation from Pedro's Dowry and part of Thirteen

 

3. Sad Jane, First Movement 4:46

 

4. Sad Jane, Second Movement 5:04

 

5. Mo 'N Herb's Vacation, First Movement 4:47

 

6. Mo 'N Herb's Vacation, Second Movement 10:04

 

7. Mo 'N Herb's Vacation, Third Movement 12:50

 

disc 2

1. Envelopes 4:06

 

2. Pedro's Dowry 10:25

 

3. Bogus Pomp 24:34

includes a quotation from Who Needs The Peace Corps?

17:35
BOOOOH!!
Well, I can promise you the best thing you'll ever hear!
Oh . . . Jealousy!
(Thank you very much!)
That's right for the viola solo
Finished?

4. Strictly Genteel 6:56

includes a theme from Inca Roads

 

 

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