Road Tapes, Venue 2

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Road Tapes, Venue #2
Live album by Frank Zappa
Released October 31, 2013 (2013-10-31)
Recorded August 23–24, 1973
Finlandia Hall, Helsinki, Finland
Label Vaulternative Records
Catalog Number: VR 2013-1[1]
Frank Zappa chronology
Finer Moments
(2012)
Road Tapes, Venue #2
(2013)
A Token Of His Extreme Soundtrack
(2013)

Road Tapes, Venue #2 is a posthumous album of Frank Zappa, which was published in November 2013. There are songs from three concerts, all of them held in August 1973. This collection, with a duration of more than two hours, gives the experience of a full concert.[2][3][4][5]

Tracklist[edit]

All tracks by Frank Zappa

All songs written and composed by Frank Zappa. 

Disc one
No. Title Recorded Length
1. "Introcious"   August 24, 1973 5:18
2. "The Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue"   August 24, 1973 1:07
3. "Kung Fu"   August 24, 1973 1:11
4. "Penguin In Bondage"   August 24, 1973 4:07
5. "Exercise #4"   August 23, 1973 (early show) 1:58
6. "Dog Breath"   August 23, 1973 (early show) 1:36
7. "The Dog Breath Variations"   August 23, 1973 (early show) 1:30
8. "Uncle Meat"   August 23, 1973 (early show) 2:27
9. "RDNZL"   August 23, 1973 (early show) 6:17
10. "Montana"   August 24, 1973 7:02
11. "Your Teeth And Your Shoulders And Sometimes Your Foot Goes Like This . . . /Pojama Prelude"   August 24, 1973 10:14
12. "Dupree's Paradise"   August 24, 1973 15:55
13. "All Skate/Dun-Dun-Dun (The Finnish Hit Single)"   August 23, 1973 (early show) 14:10
Disc two
No. Title Recorded Length
1. "Village of the Sun"   August 24, 1973 5:40
2. "Echidna's Arf (Of You)"   August 24, 1973 4:22
3. "Don't You Ever Wash That Thing?"   August 24, 1973 11:24
4. "Big Swifty"   August 23, 1973 (late show) 14:14
5. "Father O'Blivion"   August 23, 1973 (late show) & August 24, 1973 24:18
6. "Brown Shoes Don't Make It"   August 23, 1973 (early show) 7:33

Contributing artists[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zappa.com > FZ Official Discography > Road Tapes, Venue #2 (2013)". zappa.com. Retrieved 12 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "ROAD TAPES - VENUE #2". progarchives.com. Retrieved 11 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Frank Zappa– Road Tapes, Venue #2". discogs.com. Retrieved 11 January 2014. 
  4. ^ "Road Tapes Venue # 2". jazzmusicarchives.com. Retrieved 11 January 2014. 
  5. ^ "Frank Zappa – Road Tapes Venue # 2 (2013)". israbox.com. Retrieved 11 January 2014.