Halloween
Live album by
ReleasedFebruary 4, 2003
RecordedThe Palladium, New York City, October 27–31, 1978
GenreRock
Length70:22
LabelVaulternative
ProducerDweezil Zappa
Frank Zappa chronology
FZ:OZ
(2002)
Halloween
(2003)
Joe's Corsage
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

Halloween is a live album by Frank Zappa, released in DVD-Audio format by Vaulternative Records in 2003. It features recordings compiled from various shows at The Palladium, New York City in late October 1978—including a Halloween show on October 31—along with some video content from the same period.

Overview

The set includes a performance of "Ancient Armaments", which appears on the album for the first time in digital form, having previously been included as the B-side to "I Don't Wanna Get Drafted" in 1980. The album cover art resembles the cover art of 1969's Hot Rats.

Track listing

All tracks by Frank Zappa, except where noted.

No.TitleRecording venue and dateLength
1."NYC Audience"The Palladium, October 31, 19781:17
2."Ancient Armaments"The Palladium, October 31, 19788:23
3."Dancin' Fool"The Palladium, October 31, 19784:35
4."Easy Meat"The Palladium, October 27, 19786:03
5."Magic Fingers"The Palladium, October 27 & 31, 19782:33
6."Don't Eat the Yellow Snow"The Palladium, October 31, 19782:24
7."Conehead"The Palladium, October 28, 19784:02
8."Zeets" (Vinnie Colaiuta)The Palladium, October 31, 19782:58
9."Stink-Foot"The Palladium, October 31, 19788:51
10."Dinah-Moe Humm"The Palladium, October 27, 19785:27
11."Camarillo Brillo"The Palladium, October 27, 19783:14
12."Muffin Man"The Palladium, October 27, 19783:32
13."Black Napkins (The Deathless Horsie)"The Palladium, October 31, 197816:56
Tricks Or Treats
No.TitleRecording location and dateLength
1."Suicide Chump" (Black and white video)Capitol Theatre, October 13, 19789:31
2."Dancin' Fool" (Color video)Saturday Night Live, October 21, 19783:48
3."Radio interview" (Audio only)WPIX with Mark Simone, October 30, 19789:41

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Dryden, K. (2011). "Halloween - Frank Zappa | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 22 July 2011.