Zappa in New York

Zappa in New York is a live double album by Frank Zappa. It was recorded at a series of concerts at the Palladium in New York City in December 1976. The creation of this album spurred from Warner Bros.' rejection of his Läther album, leading Zappa to re-edit the 4-LP set into four separate albums to fulfill his contract, which stated that he owed Warner Bros. four more albums.

Zappa in New York was released by Zappa's DiscReet Records label in 1977, then quickly withdrawn. A second version was re-released in March 1978 with changes ordered by DiscReet's distributor, Warner Bros. Records. The 1978 edition reached #57 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

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