live recording facilities: The Rolling Stones Mobile.Released with a banderole
Soundtrack to the 1971 British musical "surrealistic documentary", featuring Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention; directed and written by Frank Zappa and Tony Palmer, with special material written by Howard Kaylan, Mark Volman, and Jeff Simmons.
Original LP liner notes: This music is not in the same order as in the movie. Some of this music is in the movie. Some of this music is not in the movie. Some of the music that's in the movie is not in the album. Some of the music that was written for the movie is not in the movie or the album. All of this music was written for the movie, over a period of 4 years. Most of it (60%) was written in motels while touring. The rest of it was either done at home or in our rented flat in London, just prior to shooting. The OVERTURE is a cosmeticized version of one of the themes from "A HOLIDAY IN BERLIN, FULL BLOW"... and WOULD YOU LIKE A SNACK? is a vocal version of the same theme. Some of the situations described in the song texts are real. Some of them are not real. You decide.
All selections published by Munchkin Music (ASCAP) except track 1-3 published by Frank Zappa Music (BMI).
This release features an Enhanced CD track following the standard audio program on each disc. Enhanced CD is an exciting new format, endorsed by the computer and audio industries, which allows the listener to experience multimedia in addition to the audio program. The multimedia program on this disc includes the movie's theatrical trailer and a button that will launch your Web browser and then take you to the Rykodisc/MGM Website.
Produced by Bizarre Productions for United Artists Records.
Live recording facilities: The Mobile Rolling Stones. Reduction facilities: Whitney Studios. Remastering at Northeastern Digital Recording.
This CD edition includes a 56-page booklet and a movie poster.
Special thanks to Jeff Simmons from all members of the group. This album is dedicated to anybody who was ever in The Mothers. Don't forget to register to vote.
Thank you: Howard Kaylan, Herb Cohen, Janet Ferguson Hof, David McMacken, Don Preston, David Baker, Joe Black, Tom Brown, and Mr. Dunbar. Special Thanks to the following people for their help in the rerelease of this album: Maggie Adams, Christine Bergren, David Bishop, Tom Briggs, Rodney Davis, Paul Dickman, Dirk Hebert, Mick Hodgson, Marla Ludwig, Frank Marcuso, Gregor Meyer, Chris Neel, A. Robert Pisano, Chris Saito, Michael Sandoval, Anthony Sclafani, Sheri Shapiro, Victoria Stokdyk, Track Swartz.
Matrix / Runout (Handwritten side 1): UAS-9956-1 F
Matrix / Runout (Handwritten side 2): UAS-9956-2 F
Matrix / Runout (Handwritten side 3): UAS-9956-3 F
Recorded At – Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, England
Overdubbed At – Whitney Recording Studios
Engineered At – Whitney Recording Studios
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