You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4

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You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4
Live album by Frank Zappa
Released June 14, 1991
Recorded Various locations, 1969 1988
Genre Comedy rock, hard rock, progressive rock, art rock
Length 134:03
Label Rykodisc
Producer Frank Zappa
Frank Zappa chronology
Make a Jazz Noise Here
(1991)
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4
(1991)
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 5
(1992)
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4 is a two-CD set of live recordings by Frank Zappa, recorded between 1969 and 1988, and released in 1991.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Frank Zappa, except where noted.

Disc one
No. Title Recording date and venue Length
1. "Little Rubber Girl" (Zappa, Denny Walley) Intro recorded at Bismarck Theater, Chicago, Illinois November 23, 1984; song recorded at The Palladium, New York City October 31, 1978 2:56
2. "Stick Together"   Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver December 18, 1984 2:04
3. "My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama"   Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, California December 23, 1984 3:19
4. "Willie the Pimp"   Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, California December 23, 1984 2:06
5. "Montana"   The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles December 8–10, 1973 and Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, California December 23, 1984 5:46
6. "Brown Moses"   Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, California December 23, 1984 2:37
7. "The Evil Prince" (this is not the song "That Evil Prince" but the "somewhere over there" segment from "The Torchum Never Stops") Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver December 18, 1984; except guitar solo: Hammersmith Odeon, London September 24–26, 1984 7:11
8. "Approximate"   Stadio Communale, Pistoia, Italy July 8, 1982 1:49
9. "Love of My Life"   Mudd Club, New York City May 8, 1980 1:58
10. "Let's Move to Cleveland" (Featuring Archie Shepp) Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, Amherst, Massachusetts October 28, 1984 with Intro from an unknown concert in 1974, solos from 1984 7:10
11. "You Call That Music?"   McMillin Theater, Columbia University, New York City February 14, 1969 4:07
12. "Pound for a Brown (solos, 1978)"   The Palladium, New York City October 28, 1978 6:29
13. "The Black Page (1984 version)"   Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver December 18, 1984; except guitar solo: The Pier, New York City August 26, 1984 5:14
14. "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" (Jack Norworth, Albert Von Tilzer) Pabellón de los Deportes de La Casilla, Bilbao, Spain May 13, 1988 3:01
15. "Filthy Habits"   Pabellón de los Deportes de La Casilla, Bilbao, Spain May 13, 1988 and Le Summum, Grenoble, France May 19, 1988  
16. "The Torture Never Stops (Original Version)" (vocal by Captain Beefheart) Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, Texas May 21, 1975 9:14
Disc two
No. Title Recording date and venue Length
1. "Church Chat"   Parc des Expositions, Metz, France June 22, 1982 1:59
2. "Stevie's Spanking"   Ex Mattatoio di Testaccio, Rome, Hammersmith Apollo (Hammersmith Odeon), London, UK June 18, 1982 Ex Mattatoio di Testaccio, Rome, Italy July 9, 1982 and Unknown location c. May–June 1982 10:50
3. "Outside Now"   Tower Theater, Upper Darby Township, Pennsylvania November 10, 1984 6:09
4. "Disco Boy"   Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany June 26, 1982 2:59
5. "Teen-Age Wind"   Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany June 26, 1982 1:54
6. "Truck Driver Divorce"   Hammersmith Odeon, London September 24–26, 1984 and Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington December 17, 1984; except guitar solo: Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany June 26, 1982 4:46
7. "Florentine Pogen"   probably Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland September 22, 1974 and Hammersmith Odeon, London, England February 18, 1979 5:09
8. "Tiny Sick Tears" (a parody to The Doors song The End) The Factory, The Bronx, New York City February 13, 1969 4:29
9. "Smell My Beard" (George Duke, Zappa) Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey November 8, 1974 4:30
10. "The Booger Man" (Duke, Napoleon Brock, Zappa) Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey November 8, 1974 2:46
11. "Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy"   Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington December 17, 1984 and unidentified place and date, 1984 6:27
12. "Are You Upset?"   Fillmore East, New York City February 21, 1969 1:29
13. "Little Girl of Mine" (Morris Levy, Herbert Cox) Detroit, Michigan August 21, 1984 (late show) 1:40
14. "The Closer You Are" (Earl Lewis, Morgan Robinson) Bayfront Center Arena, St. Petersburg, Florida December 1, 1984 and Detroit, Michigan August 24, 1984 2:04
15. "Johnny Darling" (Louis Statton, Johnny Statton) Detroit, Michigan August 24, 1984 0:51
16. "No, No Cherry" (L. Caesar, J. Gray) Detroit, Michigan August 24, 1984 1:25
17. "The Man from Utopia" (Donald Woods, Doris Woods) Stadio Comunale, Pistoia, Italy July 8, 1982 1:15
18. "Mary Lou" (Obie Jessie) Stadio Comunale, Pistoia, Italy July 8, 1982 2:15

Personnel[edit]

Musicians[edit]

  • Frank Zappa – vocals on tracks 1-01, 1-02, 1-04 to 1-06, 1-08, 1-09, 2-04 to 2-07, 2-08 (sensitive vocal), 2-10 to 2-12, 2-16, and 2-18, lead guitar on tracks 1-04, 1-05, 1-07, 1-10 to 1-16, 2-01 (1st solo), 2-02, 2-03, 2-06, 2-07, 2-10, and 2-11
  • Ray Whiteguitar on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-09, 1-13, 2-01 to 2-06, 2-11, 2-16, and 2-18, vocals on tracks Ray White 1-02, 1-04 to 1-09, 2-01 to 2-06, 2-11, 2-16, and 2-18
  • Ike Willis – guitar on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-07, 1-09, 1-10, 1-13, 1-15, 2-03, 2-06, 2-11, and 2-16, vocals on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-07, 1-09, 1-14, 2-03, 2-06, 2-07, 2-11, and 2-16
  • Steve Vai – guitar on tracks 1-08, 2-01 (2nd solo), 2-02, 2-04, 2-05, and 2-18
  • Lowell George – guitar on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12, vocals on tracks 2-01, 2-08, and 2-12, percussion on track 2-01
  • Mike Keneally – guitar on tracks 1-14, and 1-15
  • Warren Cuccurullo – guitar on track 2-07
  • Denny Walleyslide guitar on tracks 1-12, 1-16, and 2-07, vocals on tracks 1-01, and 2-07
  • Scott Thunesbass on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-08, 1-10, 1-13 to 1-15, 2-01 to 2-06, 2-11, 2-16, and 2-18
  • Arthur Barrow – bass on tracks 1-01, 1-09, 1-12, and 2-07
  • Roy Estrada – bass on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12, vocals on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12, keyboards on track 1-09
  • Tom Fowler – bass on tracks 1-05, 1-16, and 2-10
  • Patrick O'Hearn – bass on tracks 1-01, and 1-12, vocals on track 1-01
  • Bobby Martinkeyboards on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-08, 1-10, 1-13 to 1-15, 2-01 to 2-06, 2-11, 2-16, and 2-18, saxophone on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-08, 1-10, 1-13, 2-01 to 2-06, 2-11, 2-16, and 2-18, vocals on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-08, 2-02 to 2-06, 2-11, 2-16, and 2-18
  • Allan Zavod – keyboards on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-07, 1-10, 1-13, 2-03, 2-06, 2-11, and 2-16
  • Tommy Mars – keyboardson tracks 1-01, 1-08, 1-09, 1-12, 2-01, 2-02, 2-04, 2-05, 2-07, and 2-18, vocals on tracks 1-08, 1-12 (2nd solo), 2-01, 2-02, 2-04, 2-05, 2-07, and 2-18
  • Don Preston – keyboards on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12
  • George Duke – keyboards on tracks 1-05, 1-16, and 2-10, vocals on tracks 1-05, and 2-10
  • Peter Wolf – keyboards on tracks 1-01, and Mini-moog solo on track 1-12
  • Mike Keneallysynthesizer on tracks 1-14, and 1-15
  • Don Preston – synthesizer on tracks 2-08, and 2-12
  • Napoleon Murphy Brocksaxophone on tracks 1-05, 1-16, and 2-10, vocals on tracks 1-05, and 2-10
  • Bunk Gardnertenor saxophone on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12
  • Albert Wing – tenor saxophone on tracks 1-14, and 1-15
  • Archie Shepp – tenor saxophone solo on track 1-10
  • Ian Underwoodalto saxophone on tracks 2-08, and 2-12, clarinet on track 1-11
  • Paul Carman – alto saxophone on tracks 1-14, and 1-15
  • Kurt McGettrickbaritone saxophone on tracks 1-14, and 1-15
  • Motorhead Sherwood – baritone saxophone on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12
  • Buzz Gardnertrumpet on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12
  • Walt Fowlertrumpet on tracks 1-14, and 1-15, vocals on track 1-14
  • Bruce Fowlertrombone on tracks 1-05, and 1-14 to 1-16
  • Captain Beefheartharmonica and vocals on track 1-16
  • Chad Wackermandrums on tracks 1-02, 1-04 to 1-08, 1-10, 1-13 to 1-15, 2-01 to 2-06, 2-11, 2-16, and 2-18
  • Arthur Dyer Tripp III – drums on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12
  • Vinnie Colaiuta – drums on tracks 1-01, 1-12, and 2-07
  • Jimmy Carl Black – drums on tracks 1-11, 2-08, and 2-12
  • Chester Thompson – drums on tracks 1-05, and 2-10
  • Ralph Humphrey – drums on track 1-05
  • David Logeman – drums on track 1-09
  • Terry Bozzio – drums on track 1-16
  • Ed Mannpercussion on tracks 1-01, 1-08, 1-12, 1-14, 1-15, 2-01, 2-02, 2-04, 2-05, 2-07, and 2-18
  • Ruth Underwood – percussion on tracks 1-05, and 2-10
  • Dave Samuels – percussion soloist on vibes on track 1-11

Production[edit]

  • Frank Zappa – producer, liner notes, editing
  • Bob Stone – remix engineer, and e engineering supervision
  • Kathleen Philpott – package design

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