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Frank Zappa - The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life (1991)


Frank Zappa - The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life (1991)


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Frank Zappa - The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life

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Disc one

1. "Heavy Duty Judy"   Carl-Diem-Halle, April 22,   1988

The Ahoy, May 3, 1988   6:04


2. "Ring of Fire"   (Merle Kilgore, June Carter) Carl-Diem-Halle, April 22, 1988   2:00


3. "Cosmik Debris"   Carl-Diem-Halle, April 22, 1988   4:32


4. "Find Her Finer"   Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, May 9, 1988   2:42


5. "Who Needs the Peace Corps?"   Carl-Diem-Halle, April 22, 1988   2:40


6. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"   (George C. Cory Jr., Douglas Cross)   Carl-Diem-Halle, April 22, 1988 0:36


7. "Zomby Woof"   Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, May 9, 1988

Muhlenberg Memorial Hall, March 19, 1988   5:41


8. "Boléro" (Maurice Ravel)   The Ahoy, May 3, 1988   5:19


9. "Zoot Allures"   Brighton Centre, April 16, 1988   7:07


10. "Mr. Green Genes"   Hall Tivoli, May 23, 1988   3:40


11. "Florentine Pogen"   Hall Tivoli, May 23, 1988

Palasport, June 6, 1988 (guitar solo)   7:11


12. "Andy"   Stadthalle, May 26, 1988   5:51


13. "Inca Roads"   Stadthalle, May 8, 1988

Carl-Diem-Halle, April 22, 1988   8:19


14. "Sofa No. 1"   Beethovensaal, May 24, 1988   2:49



Disc two

1. "Purple Haze" (Jimi Hendrix)   Sporthalle, May 28, 1988   2:27


2. "Sunshine of Your Love"   (Pete Brown, Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton) Sporthalle, May 28, 1988   2:30


3. "Let's Move to Cleveland"   Palasport, June 5, 1988

Le Zenith, May 18, 1988   5:51


4. "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" (Ernest Ball, George Graff, Chancellor Olcott)   Broome County Arena, March 17, 1988   0:46


5. ""Godfather Part II" Theme" (Nino Rota)   Broome County Arena, March 17, 1988   0:30


6. "A Few Moments with Brother A. West"   (Brother A. West, Zappa)   Tower Theater, February 14, 1988   4:00


7. "The Torture Never Stops, Pt. 1"   Wembley Arena, April 19, 1988

Carl-Diem-Halle, April 22, 1988   5:19


8. "Theme from "Bonanza""   (Ray Evans, Jay Livingston)   Wembley Arena, April 19, 1988   0:28


9. "Lonesome Cowboy Burt"   (Swaggart version) Syria Mosque, February 25, 1988   4:54


10. "The Torture Never Stops, Pt. 2"   Rothman Centre, March 20, 1988   10:47


11. "More Trouble Every Day"   (Swaggart version) Mid Hudson Civic Centre, February 23, 1988   5:28


12. "Penguin in Bondage"   (Swaggart version) Mid Hudson Civic Centre, February 23, 1988   5:05


13. "The Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue"   Royal Oak Music Theatre, February 28, 1988

Landmark Theatre, March 21, 1988

Stadthalle, May 8, 1988   9:18


14. "Stairway to Heaven"   (Jimmy Page, Robert Plant)   Stadthalle, May 8, 1988

Palasport, June 6, 1988

Wembley Arena, April 18, 1988   9:19




Frank Zappa Band Members / Musicians

Frank Zappa – synthesizer, guitar, keyboards, vocals

Paul Carman – alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, soprano saxophone

Bruce Fowler – trombone

Walt Fowler – synthesizer, trumpet, flugelhorn

Mike Keneally – synthesizer, guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals

Ed Mann – percussion, marimba, vibraphone, electronic percussion

Bobby Martin – keyboards, saxophone, vocals

Kurt McGettrick – saxophone, baritone saxophone, E flat clarinet

Scott Thunes – synthesizer, bass guitar, electric bass, vocals, Minimoog

Chad Wackerman – drums, vocals, electronic percussion

Ike Willis – synthesizer, guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals

Albert Wing – tenor saxophone


Frank Zappa – production, editing, arranging, compilation

Bob Stone – engineering supervision




The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life is a double-disc live album by American musician Frank Zappa, released in 1991. The album was one of three to be recorded during the 1988 world tour, along with Broadway the Hard Way and Make a Jazz Noise Here. Each of these three accounts of the 1988 tour has a different emphasis: Broadway the Hard Way mainly consists of new compositions; Make a Jazz Noise Here is a sampler of classic Zappa tunes, most of them instrumental; and The Best Band... devotes itself to covers. Some of these are unlikely (such as "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin), while many are from Zappa's extensive back catalogue. His mid-1970s output is emphasized in the selection, but there is also some material from the Mothers of Invention's late 1960s recordings and one song ("Lonesome Cowboy Burt") from 200 Motels. It was re-issued in 1995 and 2012 along with his entire catalogue.

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