Upgrade Bonanza: Frank Zappa – Boston, MA (10/24/76)

Frank Zappa
10/24/76
Music Hall
Boston, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Flacs were accidentally mislabeled as 10/26/76

Early Show:
Intro
Stinkfoot
The Poodle Lecture
Dirty Love
Wind Up Workin’ In A Gas Station
Tryin’ To Grow A Chin
The Torture Never Stops
City of Tiny Lights
You Didn’t Try To Call Me
Mars Needs Yo Mama
Titties ‘n Beer
Black Napkins
Listen to Me Boy
Honey Don’t You Want A Man Like Me?
Howdy Doody
Dinah Moe Humm
Random Riff
Who Are They
Instrumental
And Your Bird Can Sing
Bass Jam
Stay With Me

A few of the tracks differ from what Etree has so I’m not sure if My disks have some oddities to it or if Etree is wrong, or if it is all some kind of prank (with a Zappa show it is hard to tell.)

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6 thoughts on “Upgrade Bonanza: Frank Zappa – Boston, MA (10/24/76)

  1. Thank you for this special Zappa show!!
    This may need a bit of speed correction!? Otherwise an excellent audience recording. Wow.
    The setlist for the Zappa part is something like this:
    1. Intro (Purple Lagoon)
    2. Stinkfoot
    3. Poodle Lecture
    4. Dirty Love
    5. Wind Up Workin’ In A Gas Station
    6. Tryin’ To Grow A Chin
    7. The Torture Never Stops
    8. City Of Tiny Lights
    9. You Didn’t Try To Call Me
    10. Manx Needs Women
    11. Titties ‘n Beer
    12. Black Napkins
    13. Advance Romance
    14. Honey Don’t You Want A Man Like Me?
    15. Rudy Wants To Buy Yez A Drink
    16. Dinah-Moe Humm
    17. Outro (Purple Lagoon)

    Can’t identify the non-zappa filler tracks. Is the whole set bootleg sourced?

    1. Thank you. It came from my CD collection which means I got it in a trade or more likely a vine from the old Philzone boards. I’ve since lost all pertinent info on it.

      1. The Music Hall had great acoustics, but I saw some pretty good shows in larger arenas too. I never thought at the time that I’d be able to hear them again. This one’s also on sugarmegs.org. My favorite FZ show was the first one I saw, at New Haven Arena on 10/8/71 with Chuck Berry opening for him. I like to think that that show was the dress rehearsal for the Carnegie Hall shows on 10/10-11, the band lineup and playlist were pretty much the same.

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