Frank Zappa - Project-Object - Bootleg (Live recordings from the 21 September 1978 concert at Mair Hall, MHCC, Poughkeepsie, New York, USA).
00:00 Prelude To Bobby Brown 2:50 02:50 Bobby Brown 2:56 05:46 Conehead 6:08 11:54 Moe's Vacation 1:18 13:12 I Have Been in You 7:57 21:09 The Little House I Used to Live In 8:52 30:01 Tell Me You Love Me 2:42 32:43 Yo Mama 9:04
1978 musicians: Frank Zappa, Denny Walley, Ike Willis, Tommy Mars, Peter Wolf, Vinnie Colaiuta, Ed Mann and Arthur Barrow
The "instrumental" track from these bootlegs is some kind of piano/keyboard solo from "A Pound for a Brown on the Bus", some of which is probably compsed by Peter Wolf. "Moe's Vacation" track is the early stages of "Mo & Herb's Vacation", a shorter version for drums, bass and marimba (exquisite!). "I Have Been in You" has a long intro like the one on Stage #6, "Is This Guy Kidding or What". "Little House I Used to Live In" is the orchestrated intro from "Little House I Used to Live in" followed by a vocal improvisation by Tommy Mars, a bit of a drum solo and a fade-out.
The Project-Obejct bootleg claims to be "phase two of Conceptual Continuity". It has a cover very similar to the Conceptual Continuity bootleg, and may have been made by the same people, but phase two of that bootleg is actually issued as Marvellous Stunner. Project-Object was released in 1980 (pressed in 3200 copies) and re-released on CD in 1991. The cover is a black & white insert. The disc has "Project Object" on it; the cover has "Project-Object". When Zappa wrote the phrase himself, he would write it "Project/Object".