nathan barley

nathan barley

FRANK ZAPPA & mothers of invention - (was) Concentration Moon Live

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WHY IS THIS BLOCKED??? Frank Zappa's "Playground Psychotics" version of "concentration moon" originally from the " we're only in it for the money" genius LP, with added NCP (no commercial potential) remix bits. The majority of the edited dialogue is also from "Playground Psychotics". Other dialogue is from the Nathan Barley series, a Chris Morris creation. Playground Psychotics is a two-CD live album by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention. It was originally released in 1992 through his mail order label, Barking Pumpkin, and was re-released in 1995 through Rykodisc. The album features recordings of Zappa and his band, the Mothers of Invention, in their 'Flo & Eddie era' of 1970--71, around the period of the film, 200 Motels. The live material on Playground Psychotics is interspersed with excerpts from taped conversations among band members whilst on tour, and the release includes three conceptual sections: A Typical Day on the Road, Part 1, a collage of dialogue which opens the first disc; A Typical Day on the Road, Part 2, which opens the second disc and The True Story of 200 Motels, which appears at the end of disc two. The album also includes a live session with John Lennon and Yoko Ono — an alternate mix of which appears on Lennon's Some Time in New York City (1972). Disc one A Typical Day on the Road, Part 1 incorporates tracks 1 to 11. Tracks 22 to 26 were recorded at the Fillmore East, New York City on June 6, 1971. "Here Comes the Gear, Lads" -- 1:00 "The Living Garbage Truck" -- 1:20 "A Typical Sound Check" -- 1:19 "This Is Neat" -- 0:23 "The Motel Lobby" -- 1:21 "Getting Stewed" -- 0:55 "The Motel Room" -- 0:29 "Don't Take Me Down" -- 1:11 "The Dressing Room" -- 0:24 "Learning "Penis Dimension"" -- 2:02 "You There, with the Hard On!" -- 0:25 "Zanti Serenade" (Ian Underwood, Don Preston, Zappa) -- 2:40 "Divan" -- 1:46 "Sleeping in a Jar" -- 1:30 "Don't Eat There" -- 2:26 "Brixton Still Life" -- 2:59 "Super Grease" (Mothers of Invention, Zappa) -- 1:39 "Wonderful Wino" (Jeff Simmons, Zappa) -- 4:52 "Sharleena" -- 4:23 "Cruisin' for Burgers" -- 2:53 "Diptheria Blues" (Mothers of Invention) -- 6:19 "Well" (Walter Ward) -- 4:43 "Say Please" (John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Zappa) -- 0:57 "Aaawk" (Lennon, Ono, Zappa) -- 2:59 "Scumbag" (Lennon, Ono, Howard Kaylan, Zappa) -- 5:53 "A Small Eternity with Yoko Ono" (Lennon, Ono) -- 6:07 [edit] Disc two A Typical Day on the Road, Part 2 comprises tracks 1 to 10; The True Story of 200 Motels runs from track 20 to track 31. "Beer Shampoo" -- 1:39 "Champagne Lecture" -- 4:29 "Childish Perversions" -- 1:31 "Playground Psychotics" -- 1:08 "The Mudshark Interview" -- 2:39 "There's No Lust in Jazz" -- 0:55 "Botulism on the Hoof" -- 0:47 "You Got Your Armies" -- 0:10 "The Spew King" -- 0:24 "I'm Doomed" -- 0:25 "Status Back Baby" -- 2:49 "The London Cab Tape" (Mothers of Invention) -- 1:24 "Concentration Moon, Part One" -- 1:20 "The Sanzini Brothers" (Underwood, Mark Volman, Kaylan) -- 1:33 "It's a Good Thing We Get Paid to Do This" -- 2:45 "Concentration Moon, Part Two" -- 2:04 "Mom & Dad" -- 3:16 "Intro to Music for Low Budget Orchestra" -- 1:32 "Billy the Mountain" -- 30:25 "He's Watching Us" -- 1:21 "If You're Not a Professional Actor" -- 0:23 "He's Right" -- 0:14 "Going for the Money" -- 0:12 "Jeff Quits" -- 1:33 "A Bunch of Adventures" -- 0:56 "Martin Lickert's Story" -- 0:39 "A Great Guy" -- 0:30 "Bad Acting" -- 0:10 "The Worst Reviews" -- 0:20 "A Version of Himself" -- 1:02 "I Could Be a Star Now" -- 0:36 Aynsley Dunbar -- drums Bob Harris -- keyboards, vocals Howard Kaylan -- vocals, dialogue Jim Pons -- bass, vocals, dialogue Don Preston -- Moog synthesizer Ian Underwood -- keyboards, vocals, woodwind Mark Volman -- vocals, dialogue clips include Chris Morris Brasseye Brass Eye Robert S McNamara JFK Valhalla Vagen LSD Judaism Oliver Sidebottom and Scubadiver Montreal the untold story by Flowerpunkchip, no ste...