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Mothers of Invention - Freak Out! {Original USA Mono} 
24bit/96kHz (Hi-Rez Audio)

01. Hungry Freaks, Daddy 
02. I Ain't Got No Heart 
03. Who Are the Brain Police? 
04. Go Cry on Somebody Else's Shoulder 
05. Motherly Love 
06. How Could I Be Such a Fool
07. Wowie Zowie 
08. You Didn't Try To Call Me 
09. Any Way the Wind Blows 
10. I'm Not Satisfied 
11. You're Probably Wondering Why I'm Here
12. Trouble Every Day 
13. Help, I'm a Rock 
       I. Okay To Tap Dance
      II. In Memoriam, Edgar Var�se
     III. It Can't Happen Here"  
14. The Return Of The Son Of Monster Magnet 
       I. Ritual Dance of the Child-Killer
      II. Nullis Pretii (No Commercial Potential)  

All tracks Mono
All of these mixes are officially unavailable on CD.

Producer: Tom Wilson
Engineer: Ami Hadani
Tape OP: Tom Hidley
Location: March 8�12, 1966 on 4-track at T.T.G. Highland Studios, Hollywood, CA

- Technics 1210mk2 
- Jelco SA-750D Tonearm (w/ JAC 501 cable)
- Audio Technica AT33PTG MC
- Pro-Ject Tube Box SE-2 
- Yamaha CA-1010  
- RME ADI-2 A/D Interface 

- Audition 3.0 used for editing, (incl. manual removal of clicks and pops) & adding gain.
- Click Repair 3.9.1 used with setting Cl: 20, Cr: 0

Transfer by Prof. Stoned
Restoration by J (thx man!) & some additional by PS


Prof. sez:

Here's another rarity in the series "essential in mono but not available on cd". 

It would probably be a bit of an overstatement to say that the 60's didn't truly start until this double elpee came out. 
But what a shocker this must have been back in the day. The first of its kind psychedelic pop-art sleeve. The 
perfectly executed compositions which range from conventional to completely nonsensical to everything in between and 
beyond. The razor-sharp social commentary which was probably lost on most listeners at the time. The use of humor 
as a powerful weapon. Most of all, Zappa made a point of propagandizing against the dogma's, religion, sexual 
oppression and ignorance that he felt plagued his beloved country, sadly reminding us that there just never are enough 
people quite like him around. So, let's have a look into the crazy world of the Mothers which may actually have been 
the sanest place on earth in 1966. 

Like Sgt. Peppers and Blonde on Blonde, this album comes through best in its original one-channel mix. The importance
and superiority of the monaural mixes of the latter two has finally been recognized but when it comes to Freak out!, 
we are still left with stereo only (even though an exhausting 4CD box set was released in 2006). I have been wanting to 
do this one for a couple years and have auditioned various original USA copies. The copy I ended up using was not the 
cleanest one of them all, but it had easily the cleanest audio (and it's the result that counts). Many hours of manual 
restoration went into this to bring it up to the usual standard.