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Monday, 30 March 2020

Beat It With Your Fist - classic Frank Zappa: "Shut Up N Play Yer Guitar" 1982 full triple boxset



Frank Zappa ‎– Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar

Label:
Barking Pumpkin Records ‎– W3X 38289
Format:
3 × Vinyl, LP, Album
Box Set
Country:
Released:
Genre:



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Support Frank's legacy;
https://www.Zappa.com/ https://www.Zappateers.com/ 01-00:00:00 Five Five Five "Conehead", 1979 02 17 Hammersmith Odeon, London 02-00:02:37 Hog Heaven "Easy Meat", 1980 10 18 Brady Theater, Tulsa 03-00:05:26 Shut Up 'N' Play Yer Guitar "Inca Roads", 1979 02 18 Hammersmith Odeon, London 04-00:11:04 While You Were Out date unknown, Los Angeles studio~Warren on guitar and Vinnie on drums 05-00:17:07 Treacherous Cretins "Treacherous Cretins", 1979 02 17 Hammersmith Odeon, London 06-00:22:42 Heavy Duty Judy "Heavy Duty Judy", 1980 12 05 Berkeley Community Theater 07-00:27:21 Soup 'N' Old Clothes "The Illinois Enema Bandit", 1980 12 11 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium 08-00:35:12 Variations On The Carlos Santana Secret Chord Progression "City Of Tiny Lites", 1980 10 17 Dallas Civic Arena, Dallas 09-00:39:10 Gee, I Like Your Pants! "Inca Roads", 1979 02 18 Hammersmith Odeon, London 10-00:41:42 Canarsie 1979 02 19 Hammersmith Odeon, London (basic track~studio overdubs by Warren on sitar, Patrick on bass and Vinnie on drums) 11-00:47:51 Ship Ahoy coda from "Zoot Allures", date unknown, Tokyo or Osaka February 1976 12-00:53:14 The Deathless Horsie "The Deathless Horsie", 1979 02 19 Hammersmith Odeon, London 13-00:59:35 Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar Some More "Inca Roads", 1979 02 17 Hammersmith Odeon, London 14-01:06:28 Pink Napkins "Black Napkins", 1977 02 17 Hammersmith Odeon, London 15-01:11:07 Beat It With Your Fist "The Torture Never Stops", 1980 10 30 Palladium, New York 16-01:13:05 Return Of The Son Of Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar Some More "Inca Roads", 1979 02 19 Hammersmith Odeon, London 17-01:21:36 Pinocchio's Furniture "Chunga's Revenge", 1980 12 05 Berkeley Community Theater 18-01:23:41 Why Johnny Can't Read "A Pound For A Brown", 1977 02 17 Hammersmith Odeon, London 19-01:28:17 Stucco Homes date unknown, Los Angeles studio~Warren on guitar and Vinnie on drums 20-01:37:25 Canard Du Jour date unknown, Los Angeles studio~Frank on bouzouki and Jean-Luc Ponty on violin

Official Release #31, #32, #33
Instrumentals, recorded between 1977 and 1980. Originally distributed in May 1981 by mail-order (with transcript offer) as 3 separate LPs:
BPR 1111; Frank Zappa - Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar
BPR 1112; Frank Zappa - Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar Some More
BPR 1113; Frank Zappa - Return Of The Son Of Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar


Tracklist

Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar

A1Five-Five-FIVE
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisWarren Curcurullo*
2:31
A2Hog Heaven
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – George Douglas (2)Keyboards – Bob HarrisTommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Ike WillisRay WhiteSteve Vai
2:44
A3Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisWarren Cucurullo*
5:30
A4While You Were Out
Drums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Steve NyeLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Warren Cucurullo*
5:33
B1Treacherous Cretins
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisSitar [Electric Sitar] – Warren Cucurullo*
5:26
B2Heavy Duty Judy
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Tommy FlyKeyboards – Bob HarrisTommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Ike WillisRay WhiteSteve Vai
4:35
B3Soup 'N Old Clothes
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – George Douglas (2)Keyboards – Bob HarrisTommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Ike WillisRay WhiteSteve Vai
7:40

Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar Some More

C1Variations On The Carlos Santana Secret Chord Progression
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – George Douglas (2)Keyboards – Bob HarrisTommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Ike WillisRay WhiteSteve Vai
3:52
C2Gee, I Like Your Pants
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisWarren Cucurullo*
2:30
C3Canarsie
Bass – Patrick O'HearnDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Joe Chicarelli*, Mick GlossopLead Guitar – F.Z.*Sitar [Electric Sitar] – Warren Cucurullo*
5:55
C4Ship Ahoy
Bass – Roy EstradaDrums – Terry BozzioKeyboards – Andre LewisLead Guitar – F.Z.*
5:11
D1The Deathless Horsie
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisWarren Cucurullo*
6:10
D2Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar Some More
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisWarren Cucurullo*
6:42
D3Pink Napkins
Bass – Patrick O'HearnDrums – Terry BozzioEngineer – Alan P.*Keyboards – Eddie JobsonLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Ray White
4:32

Return Of The Son Of Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar

E1Beat It With Your Fist
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – George Douglas (2)Keyboards – Bob HarrisTommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Ike WillisRay WhiteSteve Vai
1:55
E2Return Of The Son Of Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisWarren Cucurullo*
8:17
E3Pinocchio's Furniture
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Tommy FlyKeyboards – Bob HarrisTommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Ike WillisRay WhiteSteve Vai
2:02
E4Why Johnny Can't Read
Bass – Arthur BarrowDrums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Mick GlossopKeyboards – Peter Wolf (3)Tommy MarsLead Guitar – F.Z.*Percussion – Ed MannRhythm Guitar – Denny WalleyIke WillisWarren Cucurullo*
4:30
F1Stucco Homes
Drums – Vinnie ColaiutaEngineer – Steve NyeLead Guitar – F.Z.*Rhythm Guitar – Warren Cucurullo*
9:09
F2Canard Du Jour
Bouzouki – F.Z.*Engineer – Kerry McNabbViolin [Baritone Violin] – Jean-Luc Ponty
9:55

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Credits

Notes

A 3 album set of instrumentals recorded between 1977 and 1980. Originally distributed by mail order as 3 separate LPs.
LP 1: Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar
LP 2: Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar Some More
LP 3: Return Of The Son Of Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar

Inside box: Guitar World article printed on inner lid
Blue inner sleeves
B&W-Insert advert. THE FZ GUITAR BOOK


Recording date / Recording location / Facility / Guitar used:
Tracks A1, B1, D2, E4: 2/17/79 / Odeon Hammersmith, London / Rolling Stones Mobile / hand-made copy SG
Track A2: 10/18/80 / Brady Theater, Tulsa / UMRK remote / Les Paul with DiMarzio pick-ups
Tracks A3, C2: 2/18/79 : Odeon Hammersmith, London / Rolling Stones Mobile / hand-made copy SG
Track A4: unknown / Los Angeles, CA / UMRK / Acoustic Black Widow with EMG pick-ups direct into recording console
Tracks B2, E3: 12/5/80 / Berkeley Community Theater / UMRK remote / Les Paul with DiMarzio pick-ups
Track B3: 12/11/80 / Santa Monica Civic Auditorium / UMRK remote / Les Paul with DiMarzio pick-ups
Track C1: 10/17/80 / Dallas Civic Arena / UMRK remote / Les Paul with DiMarzio pick-ups
Track C3: 2/19/79 (basic track) / Odeon Hammersmith, London + Village Recorders (over-dubs) / Rolling Stones Mobile / hand-made copy SG
Track C4: unknown / Tokyo or Osaka (probably) / rented 4-track machine / Strat with DiMarzio pick-ups
Tracks D1, E2: 2/19/79 / Odeon Hammersmith, London / Rolling Stones Mobile / hand-made copy SG
Track D3: 2/17/77 / Odeon Hammersmith, London / Manor Mobile / Strat with DiMarzio pick-ups
Track E1: 10/30/80 / The Palladium, NYC / UMRK remote / Les Paul with DiMarzio pick-ups
Track F1: unknown / Los Angeles, CA / N.A. / Acoustic Black Widow with EMG pick-ups direct into recording console
Track F2: unknown / Paramount Studios, Los Angeles / N.A. / N.A.

Tracks A1 to D3: Disc mastering by Jo Hansch at Dinkum Recording Services / K · Disc
Tracks E1 to F2: Disc mastering by Jo Hansch at K · Disc


All selections published by Munchkin Music ASCAP, except F2, which was a joint improvisation by Frank Zappa & Jean-Luc Ponty and published by Munchkin Music ASCAP / YTNOP Music BMI.
℗ 1981 Barking Pumpkin Records.
Printed in USA
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1 August 30, 2019
referencing Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar , 2xCD, Album, RE, RCD 10028 / 10029
My disc one matrix code reads 818 PUMPKIN RCD10028 03%
disc two matrix code reads 818 PUMPKIN RCD 10028 01@

2 April 17, 2019
edited 11 months ago
referencing Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, 3xLP, Album, Ltd + Box, CBS 66368
Zappa is my favorite guitarist. He doesn't sound like anyone. His guitar is immediately recognizable making Zappa original. Being original in these times is next to impossible and frequently either regarded callously or shunned completely. This is why I value Zappa, especially his guitar playing, particularly the solos. A boxset of Zappa solos in audiophile quality.....well.....holy f*cking sh*t. 1981 started to look up when this was made. N

3 August 10, 2018
referencing Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, 3xLP, Album, Ltd + Box, CBS 66368
Zappa's mountain of recordings range from unlistenable to untouchable - this one definitely falls on the latter end. There is something about the backing instrumentation on these solos that give them incredible depth. Gets me right in the feels you know? FZ absolutely shreds with original style, demonstrating what true mastery looks like on a guitar. I really can't see how a musician or audiophile can listen to this album and not put FZ in the same league as hendrix, page and the other typical top names you see on those stupid lists of guitar legends.

4 April 1, 2018
referencing Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, 3xLP, Album + Box, W3X 38289
After listening to this you can never claim that Zappa doesn't have chops - his skill is quite evident here, if not his range. However, do not expect this box set to contain fully composed selections with beginnings, middles, ends, first and second themes, tensions built and released, and hooks. Lacks all of that. It's more avant garde jam band in nature. It is what it is, and fans of guitar improvisations and exploration will find it enjoyable.

5 March 28, 2018
referencing Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, 3xLP, Album, Ltd + Box, CBS 66368
just in case this is not already universally known but the recording
quality and sound quality of this set rivals any i've ever heard.
of course the music is amazing as others have reviewed but Zappa
records are always incredibly well recorded, mastered and pressed.
i don't think enough credit is given to his relentless pursuit of quality.
especially since most of his records contain some live and studio
recordings seamlessly woven together to make new material,
i'm not sure but i don't know too many others who have taken that
very difficult approach to recording.

6 January 7, 2018
referencing Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, 3xLP, Album, Ltd + Box, CBS 66368
Amazing guitarist. Would like to have heard more of this unique talent on other albums.

7 August 27, 2016
referencing Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, 3xLP, Album, Ltd + Box, CBS 66368
Probably the single greatest collection of electric guitar solos in the entire Universe. Truly staggering.

8 May 16, 2016
referencing Return Of The Son Of Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar, LP, Album, BPR-1113, BPR 1113
There was also a version of this with a promo stamp sent to radio stations. Reads "LOANED FOR PROMOTION ONLY"

9 November 26, 2011
referencing Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar Some More, LP, Album, BPR-1112

Zappa shreds on this one! Whoever rated this at 2 needs to get their head checked!

10 March 30, 2020
Always regretted never seeing Zappa live [in UK]...seen every other mother, but not Frank. Still hurts....butlincat