Berlin

Goodmorning sportsfans! I don’t believe we’ve had a ’76 boot here before (have we? I’m starting to lose track). So without further ado: Berlin, March 4 ’76 (Pt. One).

8 Responses to “Berlin”

  1. Mario Fuente says:

    Thanks Barry! I have a question–a while back you posted a link to the mp3 version of zappa.com’s “American Composer.” I speak absolutely no French (being the good American that I am!)—can you please tell me when the guy’s gonna post parts 5-8??? Please hear my plea!

  2. Barry says:

    I have no idea, but when he does I’ll be sure to mention it here! Geez I’ve been so busy I haven’t even had the time to give parts 1-4 a listen…

  3. Bob Again says:

    Busy? You been hangin’ with my Gal, er Gail?

  4. Balint says:

    Hm… let me think.. this intro pt. 1 sounds like it’1s from the Berlin show from ‘78 february! Can it be?… Whith Sheik Yerbouti tango, Tommy Mars on Keyboards and vocals. Yes! It definitely is! Sheik Tango is started right now! Before it it’s “The Little House I Used To Live in”.

  5. Isaac says:

    The soundcheck’s “Disco Boy.”

  6. Isaac says:

    Actually, It’s a instrumental based on Disco Boy. After the guitar solo, Frank sings lyrics from “Ms. Pinky,” “Camarillo Brillo,” “Disco Boy,” and finally, the last of the mp3 is Find Her Finer

  7. Balint says:

    Yes, correct – the page “FZshows 6.0″ says:
    “includes parts of Disco Boy, jam, Ms. Pinky, Camarillo Brillo, Find Her Finer” – here:
    http://home.swipnet.se/fzshows/75b76a.html

  8. Barry says:

    From “the source”:” I think the problem here is primarily with the first track.  I have only checked briefly, but I it seems that the first track is indeed the 78 band and basically shouldn’t be there (it is Little House I Used To Live In from the Berlin 78 gig).  The
    rest of the gig is definitely Berlin ’76.  And in the correct running order, or at least it is on my CT.

    In general, it is wise to be careful when comparing track numbers; many CTs are traded with tracks linked together.  The ’78 tour is a prime example; you’ll often find that the first few tracks (Intro, Dancin’ Fool, Peaches and in some cases Torture) are traded as one track, and therefore will turn up as one MP3.  I’m sorry but I don’t have the time (or inclination) to sort these issues before uploading.  That’s a job for you downloaders if it bothers you.”