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Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - FZ Goes To College flac album
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Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - FZ Goes To College flac album

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Album:
FZ Goes To College
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Style:
Avantgarde
MP3 archive size:
1282 mb
FLAC archive size:
1972 mb
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VOX AC3 AUD AU VOC RA AA
Rating:
4.2
Votes:
651

Tracklist

1 Dupree's Paradise
2 Pygmy Cheepnis
3 Pygmy Twylyte
4 The Idiot Bastard Son
5 Cheepnis
6 Inca Roads (Part 1)
7 Inca Roads (Part 2)
8 Dickie (Preamble)
9 Dickie's Such An Asshole
10 I'm The Slime
11 Big Swifty

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ

Credits

  • Bass – Tom Fowler
  • Drums – Chester Thompson, Ralph Humphrey
  • Guitar, Vocals – Frank Zappa
  • Keyboards, Vocals – George Duke
  • Percussion – Ruth Underwood
  • Tenor Saxophone, Vocals – Napoleon Murphy Brock*
  • Trombone – Bruce Fowler
  • Vocals [Guest Vocals] – Irma Coffee

Notes

The Mothers Of Invention, October - December 1973
FZ, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Tom Fowler, George Duke, Ruth Underwood, Bruce Fowler, Ralph Humphrey, Chester Thompson.

1973-11-11 - William Paterson College, Wayne, NJ, USA (early Show)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: FrZaGM753951
  • Matrix / Runout: GM-008

Frank Zappa Meets the Mothers of Prevention is a 1985 album by Frank Zappa. The album was originally released in two slightly different versions in the US and Europe. The album's title is a reference to the lobby group, the PMRC, who were campaigning to require record companies to put warning stickers on albums they considered offensive, and to Zappa's former band, the Mothers of Invention.

The Mothers Of Invention, October - December 1973 FZ, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Tom Fowler, George Duke, Ruth Underwood, Bruce Fowler, Ralph Humphrey, Chester Thompson. 1973-11-11 - William Paterson College, Wayne, NJ, USA (early Show). This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace.

It’s high caliber progressive hard rock, fusion, with a bit of classical and humor. None the less this album is a one of the best examples of where art and commercialism live side by side. Where to start? Let’s look at the packaging first. A big maroon sofa floating in space. A Zappa mythology brought to life for the eyes by the brilliant artist Cal Shenkel. FZ had, and continually produced some of the most entertaining records of the 20th century. Timeless music to shake up the airwaves. Definitely a keeper in any serious progressive music lover’s collection. Of note, this was the last record that bore the name Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention. Written by John Tabacco.

Авторы текста и музыки. UMG (от лица компании "Frank Zappa Catalog"); LatinAutor, Sony ATV Publishing, ASCAP, AMRA, UBEM, UMPI" и другие авторские общества (9). Композиция. Sofa No. 1. Исполнитель. Авторы текста и музыки.

On the evening the cover photo was taken Archie Shepp and Frank Kofsky were in the audience; later that evening the following interview took place between Kofsky and Zappa. Ed. KOFSKY: What I read into what you're trying to do in your music is not just play music, but also agitate and educate. ZAPPA: No, not exactly destroy it. I want it modified to the point where it works properly. A lot of people think that a new political movement, the ideal new political movement, is to bust it all up and start all over again with tribes and feathers in your hair and everybody loves everybody else. That's a lie. Those kids don't love each other, they're in that because it's like another club – it's like the modern-day equivalent of a street gang.

Frank zappa the mothers of invention - absolutely free. America Drinks & Goes Home" is the closer of the album, and it is really just the same song as "America Drinks", except this is a little better because it features some funny spoken word by Frank. So if you really think about it, the first 3 Mothers albums could, in theory, be combined to form an amazing masterpiece of music. Absolutely Free" has the most important role of the 3, as it is the bridge between the safe and easy majority of "Freak Out!" and the freaky and intensely acidic "We're Only In It For The Money", and this album.

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FZ introduces El Paso Son Ji. 0:25. The Return Of The Son Of Monster Magnet. America Drinks And Goes Home. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention. How Could I Be Such A Fool? 2:14. You're Probably Wondering Why I'm Here.

From the beginning, Frank Zappa cultivated a role as voice of the freaks - imaginative outsiders who didn't fit comfortably into any group. We're Only in It for the Money is the ultimate expression of that sensibility, a satirical masterpiece that simultaneously skewered the hippies and the straights as prisoners of the same narrow-minded, superficial phoniness. Zappa's barbs were vicious and perceptive, and not just humorously so: his seemingly paranoid vision of authoritarian violence against the counterculture was borne out two years later by the Kent State killings