The fourth out of six double CD live compilations featuring a wealth of unreleased performances spanning Zappa's 25+ year career. True to Zappa form, this is an eclectic collection, but all the more pleasing due to its mix and match nature. Appearing here are alternate live versions of many favourites, as well as some extended jams, and a gorgeous doo-wop medley to round off the set. Many of Zappa's bands are showcased here, including some bizarre material from the original Mothers of Invention, and the fabulous 1988 touring band. Tracks from each group of players are interspersed with and juxtaposed against one another, but it does not detract from the listening experience of hearing many fine talents doing justice to some much loved tunes. For Zappa newbies, this is a nice place to start, as it shows off such a variety of sides to the moustachioed one's musical persona, and is a heck of a lot of fun at the same time. Some conceptual in-jokes may be lost to those who are uninitiated, but for those interested, there's always time to bury down deep into the vast Zappa catalogue and catch up on some wildly diverse musical madness. Personal favourites on this volume are: Montana, Brown Moses/The Evil Prince, Church Chat, Truck Driver Divorce, Florentine Pogen, Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy and Little Girl Of Mine. There are some weak points here and there, but overall, the sheer variety of the other stuff more than makes up for this.