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

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.

You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4
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Live album by
ReleasedJune 14, 1991
RecordedVarious locations, 1969 1988
Genre
Length134:03
LabelRykodisc
ProducerFrank 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)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4.5/5 stars [1]

Track listingEdit

All tracks written by Frank Zappa, except where noted.

Disc one
No.TitleRecording date and venueLength
1."Little Rubber Girl" (Zappa, Denny Walley)Bismarck Theater, November 23, 1984 (intro)
The Palladium, October 31, 1978 (rest of song)
2:56
2."Stick Together"Queen Elizabeth Theatre, December 18, 19842:04
3."My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama"Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 19843:19
4."Willie the Pimp"Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 19842:06
5."Montana"The Roxy Theatre, December 9, 1973 (early show)
Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 1984
5:46
6."Brown Moses"Universal Amphitheater, December 23, 19842:37
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, December 18, 1984
Hammersmith Odeon, September 24–26, 1984 (guitar solo)
7:11
8."Approximate"Stadio Communale, July 8, 19821:49
9."Love of My Life" (Frank Zappa, Ray Collins)Mudd Club, May 8, 19801:58
10."Let's Move to Cleveland – Solos (1984)" (featuring Archie Shepp)Fine Arts Center Concert Hall,October 28, 1984
The Roxy, December 9, 1973 (early show)
solos from 1984
7:10
11."You Call That Music?"McMillin Theater, February 14, 19694:07
12."Pound for a Brown – Solos (1978)"The Palladium, October 28, 19786:29
13."The Black Page (1984)"Queen Elizabeth Theatre,December 18, 1984
The Pier, August 26, 1984 (guitar solo)
5:14
14."Take Me Out to the Ball Game" (Jack Norworth, Albert Von Tilzer)Pabellón Municipal de Deportes La Casilla, Spain May 13, 19883:01
15."Filthy Habits"Pabellón Municipal de Deportes La Casilla, May 13, 1988
Le Summum, May 19, 1988
5:39
16."The Torture Never Stops – Original Version" (vocal by Captain Beefheart)Armadillo World Headquarters, May 21, 19759:14
Disc two
No.TitleRecording date and venueLength
1."Church Chat"Parc des Expositions, France June 22, 19821:59
2."Stevie's Spanking"Hammersmith Odeon, June 18-19, 1982
Ex Mattatorio do Testaccio, July 9, 1982
10:50
3."Outside Now"Tower Theater, November 10, 19846:09
4."Disco Boy"Olympiahalle, June 26, 19822:59
5."Teen-Age Wind"Olympiahalle, June 26, 19821:54
6."Truck Driver Divorce"Hammersmith Odeon, September 24–26, 1984
Paramount Theatre, December 17, 1984
Olympiahalle, June 26, 1982 (guitar solo)
4:46
7."Florentine Pogen"Kulttuuritalo, September 22, 1974
Hammersmith Odeon, February 18, 1979
5:09
8."Tiny Sick Tears" (a parody to The Doors song The End)The Factory, February 13, 19694:29
9."Smell My Beard" (George Duke, Zappa)Capitol Theatre, November 8, 19744:30
10."The Booger Man" (Duke, Napoleon Brock, Zappa)Capitol Theatre, November 8, 19742:46
11."Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy"Paramount Theatre, December 17, 19846:27
12."Are You Upset?"Fillmore East, February 21, 19691:29
13."Little Girl of Mine" (Morris Levy, Herbert Cox)Royal Oak Music Theatre August 21, 1984 (late show)1:40
14."The Closer You Are" (Earl Lewis, Morgan Robinson)Bayfront Center Arena, December 1, 1984 (1st part)
Detroit, Michigan August 24, 1984 (2nd part)
2:04
15."Johnny Darling" (Louis Statton, Johnny Statton)Detroit, Michigan August 24, 19840:51
16."No, No Cherry" (L. Caesar, J. Gray)Detroit, Michigan August 24, 19841:25
17."The Man from Utopia" (Donald Woods, Doris Woods)Stadio Comunale, July 8, 19821:15
18."Mary Lou" (Obie Jessie)Stadio Comunale, July 8, 19822:15

PersonnelEdit

MusiciansEdit

ProductionEdit

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

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit