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groom
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zappa song with a dodgy name - i promise not to * in your*
if you've heard of it you can fill in the blanks. anyway i'm looking for the tab to it and any advice on how to get a the effect on the guitar in it. some of the phrases are ace and i think it's by the legend Steve.
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Not Steve. It's on the FZ in New York album.

December 26-29, 1976
The Palladium, NYC
Mix & overdubs:
Record Plant, LA

Produced by Frank Zappa
NYC live remote engineer: Bob Liftin
NYC live concert mix: Davey Moire
Studio engineers (overdubs): Rick Smith, Davey Moire

Package design: John Williams
Cover photo: Dweezil Zappa
Other photos: Gail Zappa

Frank Zappa conductor, lead guitar, vocals
Ray White rhythm guitar, vocals
Eddie Jobson keyboards, violin, vocals
Patrick O'Hearn bass, vocals
Terry Bozzio drums, vocals
Ruth Underwood percussion, synthesizer, and various humanly impossible overdubs
Don Pardo sophisticated narration
David Samuels timpani, vibes
Randy Brecker trumpet
Mike Brecker tenor sax, flute
Lou Marini alto sax, flute
Ronnie Cuber baritone sax, clarinet
Tom Malone trombone, trumpet, piccolo
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John Bergamo percussion overdubs
Ed Mann percussion overdubs
Lou Anne Neill osmotic harp overdub
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hodgy wrote:Not Steve. It's on the FZ in New York album.

December 26-29, 1976
The Palladium, NYC
Mix & overdubs:
Record Plant, LA

Produced by Frank Zappa
NYC live remote engineer: Bob Liftin
NYC live concert mix: Davey Moire
Studio engineers (overdubs): Rick Smith, Davey Moire

Package design: John Williams
Cover photo: Dweezil Zappa
Other photos: Gail Zappa

Frank Zappa conductor, lead guitar, vocals
Ray White rhythm guitar, vocals
Eddie Jobson keyboards, violin, vocals
Patrick O'Hearn bass, vocals
Terry Bozzio drums, vocals
Ruth Underwood percussion, synthesizer, and various humanly impossible overdubs
Don Pardo sophisticated narration
David Samuels timpani, vibes
Randy Brecker trumpet
Mike Brecker tenor sax, flute
Lou Marini alto sax, flute
Ronnie Cuber baritone sax, clarinet
Tom Malone trombone, trumpet, piccolo
+
John Bergamo percussion overdubs
Ed Mann percussion overdubs
Lou Anne Neill osmotic harp overdub
wow, i never knew zappa could play so well. do you know how to get the sound?

p.s to everyone else it's called "I promise not to come in your mouth"
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groom wrote:p.s to everyone else it's called "I promise not to come in your mouth"
LOL, I love Zappa, and Bobby Martin.
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Steve Vai peroformed the Frank Zappa Composition I Promise Not To Come In Your Mouth at Zappa's Universe 11/7/91.

When an edited version of Zappa's Universe was aired on Cable Television the closing credits included the audio track to Steve's performance of IPNTCIYM.

The VHS version (Polygram Diversified Entertainment) that I have does not include this performance.

The 4 shows were good shows but PDE did a terrible job with the production of the VHS & CD.

You can read up on tese shows here

http://www.united-mutations.com/z/zappa_universe3.htm

http://www.united-mutations.com/z/zappa_universe.htm

Some really good guitarists were part of those shows.

Mike Keneally
Dweezil Zappa
Steve Vai
Warren Demartini
Denny Walley
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