You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 5

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You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 5
Live album by Frank Zappa
Released July 10, 1992
Recorded 1966–1969 (Disc one);
May 30–July 14, 1982 (Disc two)
Genre Hard rock, jazz fusion, rock and roll, experimental rock
Length 140:45
Label Rykodisc
Producer Frank Zappa
Frank Zappa chronology
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4
(1991)
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 5
(1992)
You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 6
(1992)
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Review scores
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Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 5 is a double compact disc collection of live recordings (except for "German Lunch" and "My Guitar" which are studio recordings) by Frank Zappa. Disc one comprises performances by the Mothers of Invention spanning the period from 1966 to 1969. "My Guitar" had been previously released as a single in 1969. Disc two comprises performances from the summer 1982 tour of Europe. It was released in 1992 (see 1992 in music) under the label Rykodisc. The last track on this collection ends with Zappa's anger at some audience members tossing cigarettes on stage; after a warning to stop was not obeyed, the disc ends with Zappa stating, "Houselights! Concert's over!"

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Frank Zappa, except where noted. 

Disc one
No. Title Recording date and venue Length
1. "The Downtown Talent Scout"   Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, June 24-25, 1966 4:01
2. "Charles Ives"   McMillin Theater, Columbia University, NYC, February 14, 1969 4:37
3. "Here Lies Love" (Martin, Dobard) McMillin Theater, Columbia University, NYC, February 14, 1969 2:44
4. "Piano/Drum Duet"   The Ark, Boston, July 8, 1969 1:57
5. "Mozart Ballet" (Zappa, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, June 6, 1969 4:05
6. "Chocolate Halvah" (Lowell George, Roy Estrada, Zappa) Thee Image, Miami, Florida, February 7-9, 1969 3:25
7. "JCB & Kansas on the Bus #1" (Kanzus, Jimmy Carl Black, Kunc, Barber) Greyhound Tour Bus Interior, 1969 1:03
8. "Run Home Slow: Main Title Theme"   McMillin Theater, Columbia University, NYC, February 14, 1969 1:16
9. "The Little March"   McMillin Theater, Columbia University, NYC, February 14, 1969 1:20
10. "Right There" (Estrada, Zappa) Thee Image, Miami, Florida, February 7-9, 1969, and Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida, February, 1969 5:10
11. "Where Is Johnny Velvet?"   The Factory, The Bronx, NYC, February 28, 1969 0:48
12. "Return of the Hunch-Back Duke"   The Factory, The Bronx, NYC, February 28, 1969 1:44
13. "Trouble Every Day"   The Factory, The Bronx, NYC, February 28, 1969 4:06
14. "Proto-Minimalism"   McMillin Theater, Columbia University, NYC, February 14, 1969 1:41
15. "JCB & Kansas on the Bus #2" (Kanzus, Black, Kunc, Barber) Greyhound Tour Bus Interior, 1969 1:06
16. "My Head?" (Mothers of Invention) Sunset Sound Studios, Hollywood, California, September 10, 1968 (Art Tripp's birthday) 1:22
17. "Meow"   Whisky à Go-Go, LA, July 23, 1968 1:23
18. "Baked-Bean Boogie"   The Ark, Boston, July 8, 1969 3:26
19. "Where's Our Equipment?"   Falkoner Theatret, Copenhagen, October 1, 1967 2:29
20. "FZ/JCB Drum Duet" (Black, Zappa) Fillmore East, NYC, February 21, 1969 4:26
21. "No Waiting for the Peanuts to Dissolve"   Thee Image, Miami, Florida, February 7-9, 1969 4:45
22. "A Game of Cards" (Zappa, Motorhead Sherwood, Art Tripp, Ian Underwood) Dressing Room, Providence, Rhode Island, 1969 0:44
23. "Underground Freak-Out Music"   Thee Image, Miami, Florida, February 7-9, 1969 3:51
24. "German Lunch" (Mothers of Invention) Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida, February, 1969 6:43
25. "My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama"   A & R Studios, NYC, June, 1969 2:11
Disc two
No. Title Length
1. "Easy Meat"   7:38
2. "The Dead Girls of London" (Zappa, L. Shankar) 2:29
3. "Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously?"   1:44
4. "What's New in Baltimore?"   5:03
5. "Moggio"   2:29
6. "Dancin' Fool"   3:12
7. "RDNZL"   7:58
8. "Advance Romance"   7:01
9. "City of Tiny Lites"   10:38
10. "A Pound for a Brown on the Bus"   8:38
11. "Doreen"   1:58
12. "Black Page, No. 2"   9:56
13. "Geneva Farewell"   1:38

Personnel[edit]

  • Frank Zappa – conductor, guitar, lyricist, remixing, producer, main performer, liner notes, vocals
  • Dick Kunc – vocals, voices, engineer
  • Kanzus J. Kanzus – vocals, voices
  • Dick Barber – vocals, voices, sound effects
  • Lowell George – guitar, vocals
  • Ray White – guitar, vocals
  • Steve Vai – guitar
  • Elliot Ingber – guitar
  • Roy Estrada – bass guitar, vocals
  • Scott Thunes – bass guitar
  • Tommy Mars – keyboards, vocals
  • Don Preston – electronics, keyboards
  • Bunk Gardner – tenor saxophone, trumpet
  • Motorhead Sherwood – baritone saxophone, vocals
  • Bobby Martin – saxophone, vocals, keyboards
  • Ian Underwood – clarinet, alto saxophone, electric piano, piano
  • Billy Mundi – drums
  • Art Tripp – drums
  • Chad Wackerman – drums
  • Jimmy Carl Black – drums, vocals, voices
  • Ed Mann – percussion
  • Ray Collins – tambourine
  • Noel Redding – dancer
  • John Judnich – engineer
  • Bob Stone – remixing

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