Saturday, September 16, 2017

Frank Zappa - 1981-10-31 - New York City, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Torture Never Stops - PAL

Source:
Sky Arts UK TV broadcast

Lineage:
DVD-R (Sony RDR-GX 120 - SP setting) -> PC -> Planet Rock Lossless Bootlegs

Broadcast date: 21 December 2010

Venue: The Palladium, New York City

DVD "VOB" format
MPEG-2 Program Stream << {1 vid, 1 aud}
Sys Bitrate: 10080 kb/s VBR

Video attributes (VTS_01_1.VOB):
Format: PAL
Bit Rate: 3956 kbps
Frame Rate: 25.000 fps
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Picture Size: 720 x 576
Video Compression Mode: MPEG-2
I/L
TFF

Audio attributes:
Bit Rate: 256 kb/s
Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Audio Coding Mode: AC3
Number of Audio Channels: 2.0
Stereo
Oxbd(0x80)
CBR

Frank Zappa: Guitar / Vocals
Ray White: Guitar / Vocals
Steve Vai: Guitar / Vocals
Tommy Mars: Keyboards / Vocals
Bobby Martin: Keyboards / Saxophone / Vocals
Scott Thunes: Bass / Vocals
Chad Wackerman: Drums
Ed Mann: Percussion / Vocals

01. Black Napkins
02. Montana
03. Easy Meat
04. Beauty Knows No Pain
05. Charlie's Enormous Mouth
06. Fine Girl
07. Teen-Age Wind
08. Harder Than Your Husband
09. Bamboozled By Love
10. We're Turning Again
11. Alien Orifice
12. Flakes
13. Broken Hearts Are For Assholes
14. You Are What You Is
15. Mudd Club
16. The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing
17. Dumb All Over
18. Heavenly Bank Account
19. Suicide Chump
20. Jumbo Go Away
21. Stevie's Spanking
22. The Torture Never Stops
23. Strictly Genteel
24. The Illinois Enema Bandit

Total Running Time: 116:43

Notes:
Frank Zappa's New York Halloween 1981 concerts were filmed live at the Palladium. 'The Torture Never Stops' was created in its entirety by Zappa from the original concert production and intended as one of three television specials. All Frank Zappa shows were unique experiences with Zappa on guitar and baton, leading his band on flights of improvisation and drawing ever more intense performances from them. 'The Torture Never Stops' cements Zappa's reputation as one of the most innovative and challenging composers and performers of the 20th century.


No comments:

Post a Comment