Zappa In New York

The December, 1976 New York Concerts

Liner notes by FZ, 1977

In 1976 we played for a cozy group of 27,500 deranged fanatics in New York City (13,500 for three shows at the Felt Forum at Halloween, and 14,000 for four shows at The Palladium the week between Christmas and New Year's). All of these sold out concerts were promoted by Ron Delsener (who we hereby thank), and attended by some of the nicest people we have had the experience of playing for (who we also hereby thank). New York last Chirstmas is what made this album possible.

Frank Zappa
conductor, lead guitar, vocals

Ray White
rhythm guitar, vocals

Eddie Jobson
keyboards, violin, vocals

Patrick O'Hearn
bass, vocals

Terry Bozzio
drums, vocals

Ruth Underwood
percussion, synthesizer, and vaious humanly impossible over-dubs

Don Pardo
sophisticated narration

David Samuels
timpani, vibes

Randy Brecker*
trumpet

Mike Brecker*
tenor sax, flute

Lou Marini
alto sax, flute

Ronnie Cuber
baritone sax, clarinet

Tom Malone
trombone, trumpet, piccolo

John Bergamo
percussion over-dubs

Ed Mann
percussion over-dubs

Louanne Neil
osmotic harp over-dubs

Production & re-mix engineer
Frank Zappa

N.Y.C. live remote engineer
Bob Liftin

N.Y.C. live concert mix
Davey Moire

Studio engineers (overdubs)
Rick Smith, Davey Moire

Remote recording truck
Fedco

Studio
Record Plant, L.A.

Guitar modifications
Rex Bogue

Guitar special effects box
Claus Wiedemann

Barry Miles, "Any Resemblance Is Purely Conceptual," New Musical Express, UK, December 4, 1976

The band is doing a 15 minute live set on "The Saturday Night Live Show" on December 11. This is the biggest satirical show on US TV, with its rock spot, thereby reaching untold millions of viewers. There are also plans for a Christmans extravaganza.

Between Christmas and the New Year, 16 December until the 29th, Zappa is doing a theatre show at the Palladium in New York City (the old Academy of Music). It's a 3,500 seater and Frank is arriving in NYC on December 5 to interview dancers and choreographers. For the show he is expanding the lineup. He hopes it will include Ralph Armstrong, Ruth Underwood and Don Preston—doing his mad scientist bit. Beefheart is also interested. Sounds a great show.

FZ, interviewed by Michael Branton, Collage, December, 1977

"Last December," he says, by way of illustration, "we were doing a special thing in New York at the Palladium, with the band plus five horn players. I tried to get some dancers to do it, and they wanted more than the musicians! Just for wiggling their feet!"

Howard Shore

Bill Lantz, August 31, 2016

While listening to FZ's introduction to the 12/28/76 show, he introduces some special people in attendance including "Howard Shore, who lent us the musical parts for the arrangement that we're going to play right now, (something?) called Peaches En Regalia".

Howard Shore was first Saturday Night Live Musical Director, so this is no doubt a carry over from the December 11, 1976 SNL show. I didn't realize that Howard Shore "did the parts" which I suppose means he helped the horn section (only?) by charting the song(s) out for them.

 

April, 1977—Overdubs

Ed Mann

Ed Mann, interviewed by Andrew Greenaway, The Idiot Bastard, March 14, 2004

I met Frank in an alley behind Sunset Blvd. when he had that rehearsal studio there in 1975. Bozzio had just joined the band. My friend and teacher John Bergamo was there rehearsing some chamber music (FZ's)—and all of a sudden Frank comes walking up with a pile of music under one arm and says "Hi!" with a big smile. Frank loved meeting new people I think, especially new musicians. I thought—"Wow, I just met Frank Zappa . . . " but I had already met Keith Moon while standing at a urinal at the Record Plant—so I was a little bit used to being around stars by then I guess. But Frank of course I looked up to as a musical genius and inspiration. Later on in April 1977, when John and Ruth and I recorded the 'Black Page', was when I next met Frank.

 

Reception

Banned In South Africa

Associated Press, May 2, 1980

The South African government Friday banned four records, including Pink Floyd's "Another brick in the wall," which was sung this week by children boycotting schools to protest inferior education.

Also outlawed was the group's long-player, "The Wall," Frank Zappa's "Zappa in New York" and Marianne Faithful's "Broken English." No reasons were given for the bannings.

Forty blind children who joined demonstrations started two weeks ago by students of mixed race adapted Pink Floyd's song to emphasize demands for a uniform system of education for all race groups. The white minority government enforces a racial segregation policy that allows whites a privileged position.

 

The Warner Bros. Lawsuit

Hugh Fielder, "Zappa," Sounds, September 9, 1978

What's the current state of play over albums?

Well, Warner Brothers still owes me the money. I'm still suing them. I'm still suing Herb Cohen (his former manager). The case won't go to court in the United States for another three to five years. Warner Brothers are intending to release another of the four albums that I delivered to them that they didn't pay me for. That's supposed to come out in October. I've already finished off this other one [Sheik Yerbouti] . .

Which is the one they've released that they haven't paid you for so far?

'Live In New York'. And the next one they'll be putting out is a studio album called 'Studio Tan'.

Does that explain why there was a late change in the track listing on 'Live In New York'?

There was one track that got removed, 'Punky's Whips'. They took it out. First of all they had no right to tamper with the tapes. Secondly they didn't pay me for any of the stuff that I delivered to them. I mean, they're just so far in breach of the contract and they're just so grossly unfair. For instance, that track 'Punky's Whips' is 12 minutes and 37 seconds long. It's most of a side. They took it out because they didn't have the permission from Punky Meadows to use it. Then they have the audacity to go ahead and release the album with 12 minutes missing. There was something in one of the papers over here complaining about how short the album was (It was Sounds actually—Ed.). It wasn't my fault. I didn't have any control over it. I think Herb Cohen was the one who took it out.

 

disc 1

1. Titties & Beer

Then I heard this noise
Like a crunchin' twig, 'n up jumped the Devil . . .

C. H. Huey, quoted in ARF: Notes & Comments

In the song Titties 'n Beer, the line 'Up Jumped the Devil' is in reference to an Robert Johnson song called 'Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)', which I'm sure Frank was familiar with.

Why there was Milhous Nixon 'n Agnew, too . . .
'N both of those suckers was worse 'n you . . .

John Henley, quoted in ARF: Notes & Comments

Spiro T. Agnew. Vice-president under Nixon, who was faced with indictment by a grand jury for having accepted bribes from construction contractors while serving as Governor of the state of Maryland. This did not come out until both of them had been re-elected as Pres and Vice-pres; Agnew, seeing that the game was up for him, resigned. This was about 6 months to a year before Nixon was forced out. Agnew never went to prison.

You know . . . ever since that guy told you that he contained more fluid than Jeff Beck you've been tryin' to outdo him . . .

Let go of your pickle!

Charles Ulrich, quoted in ARF: Notes & Comments

A pickle is a cucumber (or some other food item) that has been soaked in saltwater or vinegar. In ZINY, "pickle" is clearly meant to refer to Terry's penis. I've never heard the word used this way, but it is undeniably what is intended. "Let go of your pickle!" thus means, "Stop masturbating!" ("To let go" means "to release", so "Let go of it!" means "Release it!" or "Put it down!")

John Henley, quoted in ARF: Notes & Comments

"Pickle" is common American slang for "penis", especially as applied to infant or small boys by their squeamish mothers. Older males usually discard it in favor of "dick" or somesuch.

Hey, Dale, would you like to come up here and hold my pickle to satisfy this weird man out here on the stage?

cglass (Cucfan), quoted in ARF: Notes & Comments

Dale [Bozzio] met Frank in an all-night deli in Boston when he was in town sometime in 1975. He told her that if she was ever in L.A. to come over to the studio and she could sit in on a session. When she turned up one day, Frank was working with the band, which included Terry. They were attracted to each other right away and got together. Dale continued to live in Boston for a little while but relocated to L.A. soon after that. Terry quit Zappa's band during rehearsals for the Fall 1978 tour, and Terry & Dale got married in 1979. They formed Missing Persons with Warren in 1980. Missing Persons and the Bozzio marriage both broke up in 1986.

Sources & Edits

December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD) HIOS? (2012 CD)
0:08-0:45 0:00-0:37 0:00-0:38 0:00-0:37 0:00-0:37
0:45-1:22        
1:22-4:03 0:37-3:17 0:38-3:18 0:37-3:18 0:37-3:17
4:03-4:11   3:18-3:26 3:18-3:26 3:17-3:25
4:11-4:32   3:26-3:47 3:26-3:46  
4:32-4:33 3:17-3:18 3:47-3:47 3:46-3:47  
4:33-5:36   3:47-4:49    
5:36-6:05 3:18-3:47 4:49-5:18 3:47-4:16  
6:05-6:38   5:18-5:51    
6:38-7:24 3:47-4:33 5:51-6:37 4:16-5:02 3:25-4:11
7:24-7:31   6:37-6:44   4:11-4:18
7:31-7:32 4:33-4:33 6:44-6:44 5:02-5:03 4:18-4:18
7:32-7:32   6:44-6:45   4:18-4:19
7:32-7:51 4:33-4:51 6:45-7:03 5:03-5:21 4:19-4:37
7:51-7:53 4:51-4:54 7:03-7:06    
7:53-7:57   7:06-7:09    
7:57-8:02 4:54-4:59 7:09-7:14    
8:02-8:24   7:14-7:36    
8:24-9:37        

 

2. Cruisin' For Burgers

Mike Genovese, September 1, 2000

I spoke to FZ in 1992, and he told me that the guitar solo on BURGERS from LIVE IN NY is in fact the first time he ever stumbled across the notes that would eventually become the opener for MO ['N HERB'S VACATION] and the little thing in WET [T-SHIRT NITE].

Sources & Edits

Thanks to Patrick Buzby.

December 29, 1976 Läther Era Outtakes, 1978 ZINY (1991 CD)
00:00-00:04   0:00-0:04
00:04-00:40 0:00-0:36 0:04-0:40 (with guitar overdub)
00:40-01:15    
01:15-02:36 0:36-1:56 0:40-2:00
02:36-03:18    
03:18-08:44 1:56-7:22 2:00-7:26
08:44-08:54    
08:54-09:59 7:22-8:27 7:26-8:30
09:59-10:10    
10:10-10:31 8:27-8:48 8:30-8:51

 

3. I Promise Not To Come In Your Mouth

FZ, Zappa In New York (1978) liner notes

A sensitive instrumental ballad for late-nite easy listening.

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Charles Ulrich & Patrick Buzby.

December 27, 1976 December 28, 1976 December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD)
  0:09-0:37   0:00-0:28   0:00-0:28
  (0:37-0:49)        
  0:49-1:13   0:28-0:52   0:28-0:52
0:48-1:21       0:00-0:33  
(1:21-1:34)          
1:34-1:55       0:33-0:54  
1:55-2:45     0:52-1:42 0:54-1:43 0:52-1:42
    2:03-2:20 1:42-1:59   1:42-1:59
2:45-3:01       1:43-2:00  
3:01-4:14     1:59-3:13 2:00-3:13 1:59-3:13
    3:35-3:37 3:13-3:16   3:13-3:16
    3:37-3:38     3:16-3:16
    (3:38-3:39)      
    3:39-3:40 3:16-3:16   3:16-3:17
4:14-4:18       3:13-3:17  
    3:40-3:54 3:16-3:31 3:17-3:31 3:17-3:32

4. Punky's Whips

Punky Meadows

Rock Scene, July, 1978

Rock Scene

At a recent LA concert Zappa and his band performed "Punky's Whips" complete with a backdrop photo of Punky Meadows to the roar of approval from the standing room only crowd. After the show, Frank posed for a pic with Angel who stopped by the show just specially to hear Frank sing the song.

Michael Davis, "Record Review Interview: Frank Zappa," Record Review, April 1979

Were there any legal hassles with "Punky's Whips"?

Oh, yeah; there were legal hassles. I have the release from Punky Meadows [of the group Angel] saying it's okay to put it out. Warner Bros. did not, so they panicked and decided not to put it out so, against the terms of the contract, they removed twelve minutes from the album, the song, "Punky's Whips".

And they also knocked out the mention of Punky in, uh....

"Titties And Beer".

So the release is to you, not to Warners?

Right. As a matter of fact, Herb Cohen offered to pay Punky Meadows a couple of thousand dollars to sign a release, but he wouldn't do it.

So if Warners can't use it, it might end up on a future thing of yours?

That's right. In fact, there's an even better version now, that we taped and filmed last year in New York at the Halloween show.

Oh, Punky, isn't it romantic?

John Henley, quoted in ARF: Notes & Comments

Please note that at this point, the band plays the melody of the 1930s pop tune "Isn't It Romantic?"

His hair is so pretty . . . I'd like to bite his neck
I've heard a rumor he's more fluid than Jeff Beck

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby, Charles Ulrich & Tan Mitsugu.

December 26, 1976 December 27, 1976 December 28, 1976 December 29, 1976 ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD)
      00:00-00:03 00:00-00:03  
      00:03-01:18 00:03-01:18 00:00-01:15
      01:18-01:19 01:18-01:18  
      01:19-01:42 01:18-01:41 (with guitar overdub) 01:15-01:37
      01:42-01:43   01:37-01:38
      (01:43-01:46)    
      01:43-01:51   01:38-01:43
    01:51-01:56   01:41-01:46 (with guitar overdub)  
    01:56-02:02   01:46-01:52 (with guitar overdub) 01:43-01:49
    02:02-02:33   01:52-02:23 (with guitar overdub)  
      02:13-02:30   01:49-02:05
02:17-02:21       02:23-02:27 02:05-02:09
02:21-02:27       02:27-02:34 (with guitar overdub)  
      02:33-02:49   02:09-02:25
02:37-03:25         02:25-03:13
    02:43-03:39   02:34-03:29 (with guitar overdub)  
    03:39-03:51     03:13-03:25
      03:37-03:49 03:29-03:41  
      03:49-04:12 03:41-04:04 (with guitar overdub) 03:25-03:47
  05:32-05:57     04:04-4:29 (with guitar overdub) 03:47-04:12
    04:37-04:48   04:29-04:40 04:12-04:23
    04:48-05:12   04:40-05:03 (with guitar overdub)  
  06:09-06:27       04:23-04:42
      05:05-05:11   04:42-04:47
      05:11-08:00 05:03-07:52 (with guitar overdub) 04:47-07:37
  09:22-10:02     07:52-08:33 07:37-08:18
  10:02-10:04       08:18-08:19
      08:40-08:42 08:33-08:34  
      08:42-08:57 08:34-08:49 08:19-08:34
      08:57-09:11 08:49-09:03  
  10:19-10:33       08:34-08:48
      10:02-10:15   08:48-09:02
      (missing in tape)   09:02-09:04
      (missing in tape) 09:03-09:21 09:04-09:21
      10:48-10:55 09:21-09:28 09:21-09:29
      10:55-10:57   09:29-09:31
      11:10-11:12 09:28-09:30  
      11:12-11:57 09:30-10:15 09:31-10:16
      12:11-12:30 10:15-10:34  
  12:18-12:31       10:16-10:29
  12:34-12:50     10:34-10:50  
    11:46-11:56     10:29-10:39
      (missing in tape?)   10:39-10:59

 

5. Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me?

The candles were drippy, they saw a REAL HIPPY
Who delivered their dinner

Bill Lantz, affz, June 20, 1996

Insert hippie riff here (D cord with the pinky flailing around on the high G note).

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby.

December 26, 1976 December 27, 1976 December 28, 1976 December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD)
0:00-0:03       0:00-0:03 0:00-0:03 0:07-0:10
0:03-0:08       0:03-0:07    
0:08-0:23       0:07-0:23 0:03-0:19 0:10-0:26
0:23-0:32       0:23-0:32 0:19-0:28  
      0:46-0:55     0:26-0:35
  0:39-0:44     0:32-0:37 0:28-0:33 0:35-0:40
  0:44-0:47     0:37-0:40 0:33-0:36  
      1:00-1:04     0:40-0:43
      1:04-1:17 0:40-0:54 0:36-0:50 0:43-0:57
  1:01-1:18     0:54-1:11 0:50-1:07 0:57-1:14
  1:18-1:48     1:11-1:41 1:07-1:37  
      1:34-2:03     1:14-1:43
  1:48-1:53     1:41-1:45 1:37-1:41 1:43-1:47
  1:53-2:12     1:45-2:04 1:41-2:00  
      2:07-2:25     1:47-2:06
  2:12-2:19     2:04-2:11 2:00-2:07 2:06-2:13
  2:19-2:53     2:11-2:45 2:07-2:41  
    2:57-3:09   2:45-2:57 2:41-2:53  
      2:31-3:16     2:13-2:58
2:51-3:09       2:57-3:14 2:53-3:11 2:58-3:16
3:09-3:34       3:14-3:39 3:11-3:36  
    3:54-4:29   3:39-4:14 3:36-4:11  
      3:34-4:38     3:16-4:20

 

6. The Legend Of The Illinois Enema Bandit

Press clip on the inside cover

Michael H. Kenyon, 30, the suspected enema bandit who terrorized coeds at the Universtity of Illinois for 10 years, has pleaded guilty in Urbana, Ill., to six counts of armed robbery. He has admitted administering enemas to woman victims in at least three of the six robberies.

Sources & Edits

December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD)
00:00-01:06 00:00-01:05 00:00-01:05 00:00-01:05
(01:06-01:07)      
01:07-03:03 01:05-03:00 01:05-03:00 01:05-03:01
(03:03-09:12)      
09:12-18:09 03:00-11:53 03:00-11:53 03:01-11:56
(18:09-18:10)      
18:10-18:55 11:53-12:39 11:53-12:38 11:56-12:40
18:55-18:58   12:38-12:41  

And then the Bandit might say, "Why is everybody lookin' at me?"

Printed lyrics by FZ, 1977

And the Bandit might say, "Why is everybody always pickin' on at me?"

 

disc 2

1. I'm The Slime

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby & Charles Ulrich.

December 26, 1976 December 27, 1976 ZINY (1991 CD)
  0:54-3:19 0:01-2:25
2:20-3:27   2:25-3:32
(3:27-3:40)    
3:40-4:33   3:32-4:24

 

2. Pound For A Brown

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby.

December 26, 1976 December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD)
0:00-3:25     0:00-3:24
4:50-4:52     3:24-3:26
  Find Her Finer Improv & Manx Preamble Sofa  
  2:17-2:22 2:57-3:01 (with guitar overdub)  
  2:22-2:34 3:01-3:13 (with guitar overdub) 3:26-3:38 (with guitar overdub)
  Manx Needs Women    
  0:00-0:03 3:13-3:16 3:38-3:41

 

3. Manx Needs Women

Liner notes by FZ

An arrangement of the exercise published in GUITAR PLAYER MAGAZINE, with a few alterations and additions.

FZ, introducing the song, New York City, December 28, 1976 (transcription by Jon Naurin)

This song used to be called "Mars Needs Women," but since Bozzio went to The Gilded Grape, sort of a modification (?) in the social life, where he became very impressed with the M.C.—it's not just Punky's picture that's influencing him, you understand—Terry has fallen under the magic spell of the M.C at The Gilded Grape, a man, a great man and a great M.C, right up there with Don Pardo, a man that we have named Manx . . . his real name is Timothy, but we call him Manx, because of the way his hair is cut.

Sources & Edits

December 28, 1976 December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD)
  0:08-1:43 0:00-1:34 0:00-1:34
Pound For A Brown   The Black Page Drum Solo/Black Page #1  
6:18-6:19   0:00-0:00 1:34-1:35
Black Page Drum Solo      
0:00-0:15   0:00-0:15 1:35-1:50

4. The Black Page Drum Solo/Black Page #1

Liner notes by FZ, 1978

The exact same rhythm patterns you have just heard are now the metric spacings of a melody that sounds like tha missing link between "Uncle Meat" and "The Be-Bop Tango."

FZ, introducing "Black Page #2," The Palladium, NYC, December 28, 1976

The reason it's called "The Black Page" is there's so many dots on it that the page appears to change color.

Terry Bozzio, interviewed by Andrew Greenaway, The Idiot Bastard, September 29, 1992

Basically he walked in and he said, "What do you think about this, Bozzio?" And I said "Wow, Frank. I'm impressed." He wrote it because we had done this 40-piece orchestra gig together [The Abnuceals Orchestra], and he was always hearing the studio musicians in LA that he was using on that talking about the fear of going into sessions some morning and being faced with 'the black page'. So he decided to write his 'Black Page'. Then he gave it to me, and I could play parts of it right away. But it wasn't a pressure thing, it just sat on my music stand and for about 15 minutes every day for 2 weeks before we would rehearse I would work on it. And after 2 weeks I had it together and I played it for him. And he said, "Great!" took it home, wrote the melody and the chord changes, brought it back in. And we all started playing it.

Terry Bozzio, "Orchestral Favorites," terrybozzio.com, c. 2002

When we were rehearsing and recording during the days while performing nights at Royce Hall, Frank overheard the studio musicians talking about the difficulty of the music and how they all lived in mortal terror of coming in to a jingle session one morning and being presented with a mythological "Black Page," a piece of music so hard and filled with notes that it appeared 'black'. He joked about it and I soon forgot, but that was the initial incentive for "The Black Page" drum solo he would write for me two years later!

Tan Mitsugu, November 7, 2007

In a Japanese interview with Terry Bozzio, which appeared on the October 1993 issue of "Rhythm & Drums Magazine", he stated that his short drum solo before The Black Page Drum Solo was actually a note-for-note imitation of Tony Williams licks. When he realized that FZ used that portion for the album, he got so embarrassed that it determined him to establish his own unique style.

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby.

December 28, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD)
Pound For A Brown   Manx Needs Women  
6:18-6:19 0:00-0:00 1:34-1:35  
Black Page Drum Solo      
0:00-0:15 0:00-0:15 1:35-1:50  
    The Black Page Drum Solo/Black Page #1  
2:10-4:04 0:15-2:09 0:00-1:53  
Black Page #1      
0:00-1:57 2:09-4:06 1:53-3:50 0:00-1:57

 

5. Big Leg Emma

Sources & Edits

December 28, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD)
0:00-0:00   0:00-0:00 0:00-0:00
0:00-2:11 0:00-2:10 0:00-2:11 0:00-2:11
2:11-2:17 2:10-2:16 2:11-2:17  

 

6. Sofa

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby.

December 27, 1976 December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD)
0:29-3:18   0:00-2:48 (with guitar overdub) 0:00-2:48 (with guitar overdub)
  2:36-2:44 2:48-2:56 (with guitar overdub) 2:48-2:56 (with guitar overdub)
  2:44-2:45 2:56-2:57 (with guitar overdub)  

7. Black Page #2

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby.

December 28, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD)
Black Page #2 1st    
0:40-1:04 0:00-0:23 0:00-0:23
(1:04-1:26)    
1:26-2:20 0:23-1:18 0:23-1:18
(2:20-2:45)    
2:45-2:53 1:18-1:26 1:18-1:26
(2:53-3:14)    
3:14-7:24 1:26-5:37 1:26-5:36
7:24-7:29 5:37-5:42  

 

8. The Torture Never Stops

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby and Charles Ulrich.

December 29, 1976 ZINY (1991 CD)
00:00-10:20 00:00-10:18
(10:20-11:20)  
11:20-13:37 10:18-12:34

 

9. The Purple Lagoon/Approximate

Jon Naurin

Purple Lagoon is one of the two themes that's played against each other in the head of the song. It was the "tour theme" for the fall '76, spring '77 and spring '78 tours, but the special medley arrangement with Approximate was only played at SNL and the Christmas shows at the Palladium in Dec 1976.

Here's a dissection of the ZINY version:

00:17—00:36 The Purple Lagoon
00:37—01:16 Approximate (O'Hearn keeps playing PL until 00:46)
01:17—15:23 Solos, over the Pound For A Brown vamp
15:23—end Purple Lagoon

Sources & Edits

Special thanks to Patrick Buzby, Charles Ulrich & Tan Mitsugu.

December 27, 1976 December 28, 1976 December 29, 1976 ZINY (LP) ZINY (1991 CD) Läther (2012 CD)
  00:02-00:20   00:00-00:17 00:00-00:17 00:00-00:17
01:10-02:10     00:17-01:17 00:17-01:17 00:17-01:17
  15:50-20:18   01:17-05:45 01:17-05:44 01:17-05:45
  20:18-21:00   05:45-06:28 (with guitar overdub) 05:44-06:27 (with guitar overdub) 05:45-06:28 (with guitar overdub)
  (21:00-21:45)        
  21:45-22:43   06:28-07:25 (with guitar overdub) 06:27-07:25 (with guitar overdub) 06:28-07:26 (with guitar overdub)
    08:57-11:55 07:25-10:22 (with guitar overdub—07:25-07:31) 07:25-10:20 (with guitar overdub—07:25-07:51, 08:37-09:29) 07:26-10:23 (with guitar overdub—07:26-07:31)
  22:55-27:58   10:22-15:25 10:20-15:22 10:23-15:25
11:08-11:39     15:25-15:56 15:22-15:54 15:25-15:57
  33:21-33:39   15:56-16:14 15:54-16:11 15:57-16:15
  33:39-33:39   16:14-16:15 16:11-16:12  
      16:15-17:16 16:12-16:40  

 

 

Research, compilation and maintenance by Román García Albertos
http://globalia.net/donlope/fz/
Original provocation by Vladimir Sovetov
This page updated: 2017-11-11