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Discreet 2D 2290; 2 Stereo LP Record set, Not a CD !! Record: NM- to NM, Case: EX, LINER: EX; same day shipping; (Location: LP-7)
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Scott Bull
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Why yes you should...
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2019
I have had this album since it came out on vinyl in 1978. if you are a drummer and don;t own this album, shame on you. The Black Page drum solo will melt your brain. Plus you get Terry Bozzio as the devil. and the Brecker Brothers, Eddie Jobson, Patrick O''Hearn, Ruth... See more
I have had this album since it came out on vinyl in 1978. if you are a drummer and don;t own this album, shame on you. The Black Page drum solo will melt your brain. Plus you get Terry Bozzio as the devil. and the Brecker Brothers, Eddie Jobson, Patrick O''Hearn, Ruth Underwood, and freaking Don Pardo! I mean...seriously... Well, okay, you don''t get the Desenex burger, but still....
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maelje
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
THIS is vintage Zappa
Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2012
"Zappa in New York" became one of my favorite Frank Zappa recordings pretty much the instant I finished listening to it for the first time. And it really is an album recorded live, in front of a couple of NY audiences, except for some percussion overdubs by Ruth Underwood... See more
"Zappa in New York" became one of my favorite Frank Zappa recordings pretty much the instant I finished listening to it for the first time. And it really is an album recorded live, in front of a couple of NY audiences, except for some percussion overdubs by Ruth Underwood and Ed Mann.

The performances are fantastic throughout. Zappa offers up several very tasty guitar solos. Terry Bozzio''s drumming is spot on, if a little busy. Patrick O''Hearn has an uncanny ability to make his bass fit in without getting lost in the mix. The five-piece brass section includes the Brecker brothers.

The great thing about "Zappa in New York" is it has something for every Zappa fan. Those who enjoy his instrumentals will just about drool over "The Black Page Drum Solo/"Black Page # 1" and "Black Page #2." Those who love Zappa''s humor undoubtedly will enjoy "Punky''s Whips" and -- if they''re not easily offended, which most Zappa fans aren''t -- "The Illinois Enema Bandit."

Bonus: "Saturday Night Live''s" Don Pardo joined the band onstage for these gigs, and does some hilarious onstage announcing/commentary, including a spoken introduction to "Punky''s Whips" that had me on the floor. Get this album.
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A Hermit
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Decadent 1970''s at their best
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2010
Haven''t been keeping with my chronological Zappa reviews, a few jumps; oh well. Live In New York, or "Zappa In New York" is an amazing record, long and short. And where most live records do a little repair in post-production to hide bum notes, and beef the sound... See more
Haven''t been keeping with my chronological Zappa reviews, a few jumps; oh well.

Live In New York, or "Zappa In New York" is an amazing record, long and short. And where most live records do a little repair in post-production to hide bum notes, and beef the sound up a little, then not tell the consumer, this product, if you will, tells you where augmentations have been utilized, and why. But still, if you gold-plate a dog turd, it will still be a dog turd. Not the case here. Frank Zappa''s band, at the end of 1976, played some shows in New York City, and we are fortunate to have this document; it sounds fantastic. Detractors cite crass, mysogenistic song titles and lyrics, and there is a case to be made here, I guess, but ol'' Frank just did what his audiences got into - he delivered the goods. The opening track, about female mammalia and malted beverages, has a little something to offend everyone who decides to be offended by a somewhat funny song, but it is actually a very sophisticated piece of modern Vaudville entertainment. The band unapologetically chugs along while Frank has a staged showdown with the Prince of Darkness, portrayed by one Terry Bozzio donning a rubber mask while drumming and singing. He multitasks all through the show, playing from sheet music (how many drummers do this?) as he contributes lead and backing vocals all through these shows.

The band revisits the Mothers with a wordless "Cruisin'' For Burgers," then an exercise in music appreciation with a very beautiful instrumental later retitled "Lather." The title here is something you would expect to hear in a hard-core porno film, but it seems he tested his audiences in these cases. If you read such a title, and still proceed to the music and enjoy it, it succeeds on its own terms. Or, he did it to irk those people who cringe at these things. His whole career has been a thumb in the eye of those busybodies who jailed him back in 1965 on a bogus trumped-up obscenity charge by California''s Vice Squad for something so stupid, it doesn''t even merit retelling here.

"Punky''s Whips" is a silly, yet incredibly well-crafted number about glam rocker Punky Meadows, originally left off the record''s program by Warner Brothers out of fear of a libel/slander case. But Meadows liked the song; he thought it was funny. This was the beginning of a protracted legal battle that cost everyone involved a fortune. "Honey, Don''t You Want A Man Like Me?" is probably the ultimate male chauvenist pig song, but it is played so well, one has to like it, as with the seemingly cruel "Illinois Enema Bandit."

"I''m The Slime" is almost identical to the version from NBC''s "Saturday Night Live," with a verse delivered by announcer Don Pardo ("Live from New York, it''s Saturday Night!!!), leading into the instrumentals "Pound For A brown," "Manx Needs Women," and "The Black Page."

"Big Leg Emma" is a retread of a failed Mothers Of Invention single, much to this audience''s delight. It''s "bouncier" here, where the original sounds like something from the 1930''s. "Sofa" - what can I say? Very beautiful gem from the early days, revisited on "One Size Fits All," and given new life here. This cuts into an ornate second version of "The Black Page," then Frank''s long-time concert staple "The Torture Never Stops," then finally, a pairing-up of "The Purple Lagoon" and "Approximate." It''s to be heard to be believed. There is some touch-up work in the studio, but the track itself, recorded live, like everything else here, captures the spectacle of a Frank Zappa concert, from the days when he still enjoyed performing live with live musicians.

Extremely good! bottom line...
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Arnold H.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Zappa in New York
Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2012
Why did I never get into Zappa while he was alive? I always heard he was too weird so never really listened to him. My bad! Because "Zappa in New York" is perhaps the best live albums I have. The music is eclectic, and the band is tight. Zappa and company have FUN on stage,... See more
Why did I never get into Zappa while he was alive? I always heard he was too weird so never really listened to him. My bad! Because "Zappa in New York" is perhaps the best live albums I have. The music is eclectic, and the band is tight. Zappa and company have FUN on stage, and this is evident in the dialog byplay (particularly in the first cut, "Titties & Beer" where Zappa "punks" the Devil.) I will be building a Zappa collection, and "Zappa In New York" was a great investment as well as a great start.
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Amazon Customer
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
not frank''s best work
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2019
all the cliché''s are here (lyrically speaking)
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Bohmfan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
There was nobody like FZ
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2011
Nobody played guitar like FZ, nobody wrote music like FZ, nobody could do biting satire like FZ. I was fortunate to hear him live twice-1980 at Richfield Coliseum near Cleveland & what turned out to be his final tour in Columbus in 1988(60 Minutes was filming the... See more
Nobody played guitar like FZ, nobody wrote music like FZ, nobody could do biting satire like FZ. I was fortunate to hear him live twice-1980 at Richfield Coliseum near Cleveland & what turned out to be his final tour in Columbus in 1988(60 Minutes was filming the show}.
The music on this album covers a lot of sides of Zappa. And with guests like Randy Brecker on trumpet & his brother the late Michael Brecker on sax you can''t go wrong. And don''t forget Don Pardo!
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Ramman
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Zappa in NY Review
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2013
If you are a fan of FZ you will love this album, if not its hard for me to say but if you enjoy music that is outside the box, breaks away from the standard approach this is worth a try. The devil vs a biker in " Titties and Beer" is very humorous, Terry Bozio makes a funny... See more
If you are a fan of FZ you will love this album, if not its hard for me to say but if you enjoy music that is outside the box, breaks away from the standard approach this is worth a try. The devil vs a biker in " Titties and Beer" is very humorous, Terry Bozio makes a funny devil! The Illinios Enema Bandit, a true but odd story says something about the USA and the legal system. There also are some awsome instrumental songs/interludes. Zappa''s guitar style is unique and driving. Steve Vai said in an interview many guitarists begin to flail in extended solos but Frank just keeps going on. I agree that some artists break into what sounds like guitar exersizes or playing scales but Zappa expands on his theme. I find his extended solos to be very interesting. Obviously I am a Zappa enthusiast but if you want to get off the beaten path give this disc a try. This disc may be difficult for you if you are a "Top40" fan that likes the 3 minute or less song.
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Robert E. Konkel
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Amazing from start to finish.
Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2021
Some of Frank''s best stuff right here. Love it!
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Ratzo Rizo
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
2012 Remaster, BOO, WHAT HAS HAPPENDED TO TERRY BOZZIO''S DRUM SOUND?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 16, 2016
THIS ALBUM IS A 5 STAR BUT NOT THIS REMASTER, With all the people involved who care about franks work how could this fantastic album be messed up, what has happened to TERRY BOZZIO''s DRUM SOUND? it has been reduced in sound quality badly, this is a BAD REMASTER, the 1991...See more
THIS ALBUM IS A 5 STAR BUT NOT THIS REMASTER, With all the people involved who care about franks work how could this fantastic album be messed up, what has happened to TERRY BOZZIO''s DRUM SOUND? it has been reduced in sound quality badly, this is a BAD REMASTER, the 1991 ZAPPA RECORDS release and The 1978 vinyl is way better, I wonder if TERRY has heard this and what he thinks, Frank himself Loved Percussion/Drums, TERRY was Hired because is BRILLANTE, overall a BIG DISAPPOINTMENT. When the LATHER 3 DISC came out some of the "ZAPPA IN NEW YORK tracks where remastered for that release so why could they not do the same remaster here??????????? I just don''t understand how this mistake could have been made and its not just this album, BONGO FURY AND SHEIK YERBOUTI, THE SAME MISTAKE TERRY''S DRUM SOUND VERY BADLY REDUCED but hey if you want to try it..............
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Peter
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
You Can''t Fault His Work Rate
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 19, 2013
Sadly gone, sore missed. Thank God that he left behind such a large canon of work, both studio and more importantly live recordings demonstrating the man''s musicianship and wit. Some say genius, some say madman; personally I think of him being both and being grateful to...See more
Sadly gone, sore missed. Thank God that he left behind such a large canon of work, both studio and more importantly live recordings demonstrating the man''s musicianship and wit. Some say genius, some say madman; personally I think of him being both and being grateful to have had the continued pleasure of listening to his work. This CD is an excellent example of his playing abilities with his unique brand of humor.
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Bullfrog
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Zap-tastic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 13, 2020
Zappa and co at their best!
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Stephen mearbeck
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good album
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 16, 2020
Liked everything about it, Frank at his best
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Rob
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Happy days!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 5, 2015
So much great music on vinyl that I''ve replaced in recent times. This is probably one of the most important, not only is the sound quality excellent, but there is an awful lot of music that was not provided on the vinyl release. Happy days!
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