Make a Jazz Noise Here is a live double album by Frank Zappa.
Live album put together from recordings of Frank Zappa's 1988 concerts, mainly focussing on the composer's instrumental (but not necessarily jazzy) pieces. All material herein is 100% live and there are no overdubs of any kind. All selections segue. Location: Linz, Brighton, Burlington, Vt. Washington, . CD1-3 - premiere recording. Location: Washington . CD1-4 - publisher: The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Frank Zappa Music (BMI). CD1-5 - publisher: The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Frank Zappa Music (BMI). CD1-6 - location: Rotterdam. CD1-7 - publisher: The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Frank Zappa Music (BMI). CD1-8 - publisher: The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Frank Zappa Music (BMI). CD1-9 - location: Rome.
All FZ compositions are administered by Take Out Music and published by Munchkin Music, except tracks 1-4, 1-5, 1-7, 1-8 & 2-8 published by Frank Zappa Music. Other Versions (5 of 21) View All. Cat.
Jazz from Hell is an instrumental album whose selections were all composed and recorded by American musician Frank Zappa. It was released on November 15, 1986 by Barking Pumpkin Records on vinyl and cassette, and in 1987 by Rykodisc on CD. Jazz from Hell was Zappa's final studio album released in his lifetime; for the remaining seven years of his life, he would only release live concert albums, although the posthumous Civilization Phaze III was completed shortly before his death.
1991 live album by Frank Zappa. You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4. Live album by. Frank Zappa. Frank Zappa chronology. Make a Jazz Noise Here (1991).
Produced by Frank Zappa. Album Make A Jazz Noise Here. In the dark Where all the fevers grow Under the water Where the shark bubbles blow In the mornin' By yer radio Do the walls close in t' suffocate ya You ain't got no friends. Written By Frank Zappa. Release Date June 4, 1991. Live Version Of. Stink-Foot by Frank Zappa. Make A Jazz Noise Here Frank Zappa.
Make a Jazz Noise Here is a live double album by Frank Zappa. It was first released in June 1991, and was the third Zappa album to be compiled of recordings from his 1988 world tour, following Broadway the Hard Way (1988) and The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life (1991). The album's cover art was made by Larry Grossman. This is Official Release Contents. All tracks written by Frank Zappa, except where noted.
Make a Jazz Noise Here" is just incredible - a mix of jams both long and short - the versions of "King Kong" Big Swifty" and "Duprees Paradise are amazing. 5 people found this helpful. This album is special as it is a combination of songs from the beginning, to brand new tunes. Fantastic musicians, great music, and an incredible horn section make this a must for Zappa fanatics to those new to his music. Frank is gone but not forgotten.
Frank Zappa - Make a jazz noise here 02:42. Frank D. Noise - The Acid Devil (Distortion Mix) 08:44. Anti-Music, Molar Fluxes, Dada Hanatarash, Frank Pusher, Coil Zappa, Kenji Vitiello - The Final Descent 03:40. Noise - Give Me A Gun (Frank Savio Remix) 08:21. Frank Black - D19 White Noise Maker 02:43. Frank Zappa - Cruisin' For Burgers 08:27
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|1-02||When Yuppies Go To Hell||14:36|
|1-03||Fire And Chains||3:57|
|1-04||Let's Make The Water Turn Black||1:36|
|1-05||Harry, You're A Beast||0:47|
|1-06||The Orange County Lumber Truck||0:42|
|1-08||Theme From "Lumpy Gravy"||1:12|
|1-09||Eat That Question||1:55|
|1-13||Star Wars Don't Work||3:33|
|2-01||The Black Page (New Age Version)||6:45|
|2-04||City Of Tiny Lights||8:01|
|2-05||Royal March From "L'Histoire Du Soldat"
Arranged By – Scott ThunesWritten-By – Igor Stravinsky
|2-06||Theme From The Bartok Piano Concerto #3
Arranged By – Scott ThunesWritten-By – Bela Bartok*
|2-07||Sinister Footwear (2nd Mvt.)||6:19|
|2-10||Cruisin' For Burgers||8:28|
Arranged By [Horns] – Kurt McGettrick
- Arranged By, Written-By – Frank Zappa (tracks: 1-01 to 2-04, 2-07 to 2-12)
- Artwork [Cover] – Larry Grossman
- Bass [Electric], Keyboards [Mini Moog] – Scott Thunes
- Drums, Percussion [Electronic] – Chad Wackerman
- Engineer [Engineering Supervision] – Bob Stone
- Guitar [Rhythm Guitar], Synthesizer, Vocals – Ike Willis, Mike Keneally
- Keyboards, Vocals – Bobby Martin
- Producer – Frank Zappa
- Producer, Compiled By, Edited By, Guitar [Lead Guitar], Synthesizer, Vocals – Frank Zappa
- Saxophone [Alto, Baritone, Soprano] – Paul Carman
- Saxophone [Baritone], Clarinet [Contrabass] – Kurt McGettrick
- Saxophone [Tenor] – Albert Wing
- Trombone – Bruce Fowler
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Synthesizer – Walt Fowler
- Vibraphone [Vibes], Marimba, Percussion [Electronic] – Ed Mann
Notes℗ & © 1991 Barking Pumpkin Records
Live album put together from recordings of Frank Zappa's 1988 concerts, mainly focussing on the composer's instrumental (but not necessarily jazzy) pieces.
All material herein is 100% live and there are no overdubs of any kind. All selections segue.
Locations used for this recordings:
CD1-01: Boston, Poughkeepsie
CD1-02: Linz, Brighton, Burlington, Washington DC
CD1-03: Washington DC
CD1-12: Munich, Cleveland
CD2-01: Philadelphia, Modena
Green tinted Rykodisc jewel case
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 897181 225574
|CDDZAP 41||Frank Zappa||Make A Jazz Noise Here (2xCD, Album)||Zappa Records||CDDZAP 41||Europe||1991|
|VACK-9002||Frank Zappa||Make A Jazz Noise Here (2xCD, Album, Ltd, Car)||Rykodisc||VACK-9002||Japan||2004|
|RCD 10555/56||Frank Zappa||Make A Jazz Noise Here (2xCD, Album)||Rykodisc||RCD 10555/56||US||1995|
|8 - 129/130||Frank Zappa||Make A Jazz Noise Here (2xCD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Frank Zappa)||8 - 129/130||Russia||2003|
|CDDZAP 41||Frank Zappa||Make A Jazz Noise Here (2xCD, Album, Cen)||Zappa Records||CDDZAP 41||Europe||1991|