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* FRANK ZAPPA "Beat The Boots #2" FOO - EEE Records R-70372 11x LP US 1992


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FRANK ZAPPA "Beat The Boots #2" FOO - EEE Records R-70372. 11x LP. US. 1992. Limited Edition Box Set. Vinyl release limited to 600 copies. "Accept These Substitutes!! This Box Set Contains Factory-Reconditioned Versions of These Formerly Unauthorized Recordings: "Disconnected Synapses": Live recording from Palais Gaumont, Paris, France, December 15 1970; "Tengo NĂ¡ Minchia Tanta": Live recording from "Fillmore East", NYC November 13, 1970; "Electric Aunt Jemima": from a live recording at The Dog, Denver, Colorado, 3 May 1968. Except Tracks H1 and I2 are from a live recording at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 20 October 1968. Track H2 is from a live recording at the Grugahalle, Essen, Germany, 20 September 1968; "At The Circus": from a live recording at Zirkus Krone, Munich, September 8 1978. Except Tracks K6 and L1 from a live recording in Uddel, The Netherlands, June 18 1970; "Swiss Cheese/Fire!": Live recording of the disastrous show at Montreux Casino, Switzerland, December 4 1971; "Our Man In Nirvana": Live recording from Fullerton, California, November 8 1968; "Conceptual Continuity": Live recording from Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan, November 19 1976.

Media Condition: Visual check: Excellent. Audio check: Excellent, all but two sides are Near Mint. Sleeve Condition: Excellent+, with booklet, beret and pin, in the clamshell cardboard case.

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