Son of Tweezer Glint – Part 1B

Welcome fellow KUR-meisters to the second installment of the “Son of Tweezer Glint – Part 1B.” In this installment, we hear unique versions of Mothers of Invention songs, the singles, as well as early edits of songs which would see major changes in later remixes. For some, a pleasant trip back to original vinyl collections, while for others, especially new fans of FZ and the M.O.I., a real audio treat. Also in this installment, demo (acetate) versions from Uncle Meat and We’re Only In It For The Money. Finally, a smattering of extended versions, longer edits, and proto versions to give a taste of what is forthcoming in the final four parts of the series.

Click here to listen to the mixtape.

(Note: each part in the series will be up for a two week period. Next installment: September 17th.)

Much thanks to gundamcustom for supplying the much improved audio version of “Dead Girls of London (Van Morrison, vocals)”.

13 Responses to “Son of Tweezer Glint – Part 1B”

  1. vince says:

    psst….. how does one keepthis?

  2. Robert says:

    I just compared Flambay from the mixtape with the version on my CD of Sleep Dirt (i.e. the one that already has the vocals). At least the vocal track appears identical. Any comment about what makes the mixtape version peculiar? (If they are indeed identical, then you are definitely infringing the ZFT’s copyright, aren’t you?)

  3. Pierre says: