1973: One of the nice little treats of this short European jaunt. This version essentially consists of the main theme, followed almost immediately by a seamless transition into "Kung Fu". Allowing for obvious differences in instrumentation, the theme is performed as on TBBYNHIYL, without the wickedly fast riff which comes about half way through the composed section. Very enjoyable nonetheless.
1988: After a 15 year absence from the world of Zappa tours, this long lost classic triumphantly returns, and in glorious Monster form. Unfortunately, though, it is only performed a handful of times. It is essentially performed as on TBBYNHIYL, with the standard deviation coming in the multitude of solos. This song typically includes a percussion solo, a horn solo, a Synclavier solo, and a short drum solo. Of the five main Monster songs of the tour, this is probably the mellowest and most laid back.
|0:00-1:06||Royal Oak, Michigan, February 28, 1988|
|1:06-7:10||Syracuse, New York, March 21, 1988 (with an edit at 4:30)|
|7:10-9:18||Vienna, Austria, May 8, 1988 (with an edit at 9:08)|
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