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Frank Zappa - Does Humor Belong in Music (1986)

Frank Zappa - Does Humor Belong in Music (1986)


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Frank Zappa - Does Humor Belong in Music

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1. "Zoot Allures"   Hammersmith Odeon, September 25, 1984

Providence Civic Center, October 26, 1984 (guitar solo)   5:26

2. "Tinsel-Town Rebellion"   Bismarck Theater, November 23, 1984

Queen Elizabeth Theater, December 18, 1984 (ending)   4:44

3. "Trouble Every Day"   Bayfront Center Arena, December 1, 1984

Hammersmith Odeon, September 25, 1984 (solo)   5:31

4. "Penguin in Bondage"   Bayfront Center Arena, December 1, 1984

Queen Elizabeth Theater, December 18, 1984 (solo)   6:45

5. "Hot-Plate Heaven at the Green Hotel"   Queen Elizabeth Theater, December 18, 1984   6:43

6. "What's New in Baltimore"   Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 1984

Tower Theater, November 10, 1984   4:48

7. "Cock-Suckers' Ball" (Traditional, arranged by Frank Zappa)   Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 1984   1:05

8. "WPLJ" (Ray Dobard)   Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 1984   1:31

9. "Let's Move to Cleveland"   Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 1984 (Intro and out-chorus)

Bayfront Center Arena, December 1, 1984 (Piano solo)

Queen Elizabeth Theatre, December 18, 1984 (Drum solo)

Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, October 28, 1984 (Guitar solo)   15:43

10. "Whipping Post" (Gregg Allman)   Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 1984   8:23



Frank Zappa Band Members / Musicians

Frank Zappa – lead guitar, vocals

Ray White – rhythm guitar, vocals

Ike Willis – rhythm guitar, vocal

Bobby Martin – keyboards, saxophone, vocal, french horn

Allan Zavod – keyboards, solo on "Cleveland"

Scott Thunes – bass guitar

Chad Wackerman – drums, solo on "Cleveland"

Dweezil Zappa – lead guitar on "Whipping Post"


Frank Zappa - producer, arranger

Mark Pinske - recording engineer

Thom Ehle - recording engineer

Bob Stone - remix engineer

Ebet Roberts - cover photography

Mark Matsuno - design

Cal Schenkel - cover for 1995 CD



Does Humor Belong in Music? is a live album by Frank Zappa. The only authorized (by Zappa) EMI CD, It features concert recordings from October–December 1984. It was the first album by Zappa to be released on CD only (although it was bootlegged on vinyl for listeners who did not own CD players). In 1995, it was reissued by Rykodisc in an extremely remixed form, with significantly improved dynamic range and new artwork. The 1995 edition includes an extra minute of percussion effects during "Let's Move to Cleveland" that had been excised from the EMI edition. In 2012 the album was reissued as a part the Zappa Reissue Program. It was a part of "The 4th set of 12" released on October 30, 2012 and featured the original artwork without the white stain in the bottom left.


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