Frank Zappa - Good Grief! mp3 album
Frank Vincent Zappa (December 21, 1940 – December 4, 1993) was an American t musician, composer, and bandleader. His work is characterized by nonconformity, free-form improvisation, sound experiments, musical virtuosity, and satire of American culture
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Frank Zappa Plays the Music of Frank Zappa: A Memorial Tribute (Октябрь 1996). Have I Offended Someone? (Апрель 1997). Frankly A Cappella (The Persuasions) (2000). The Zappa Album (Ensemble Ambrosius) (2000). Bohuslän Big Band plays Frank Zappa (Bohuslän Big Band) (2000). Ensemble Modern Plays Frank Zappa: Greggery Peccary & Other Persuasions (Ensemble Modern) (2003). UMO Jazz Orchestra: UMO plays Frank Zappa feat. Lemme Take You To The Beach: Surf Instrumental Bands playing the music of Zappa (Cordelia Records) (2005).
Frank Vincent Zappa was notoriously intolerant of the imperfections in human nature. With a few curt remarks, he could decimate an audience member foolish enough to shout out a song request, or a journalist presumptuous enough to concoct a half-assed theory about him. Yet he was willing to consider all of us who love his music as friends. Frank Zappa’s 60-album oeuvre is an imposing body of work. Some of the records are better than others, but the overall quality level is astonishingly high. In a 1980 interview for Trouser Press, Frank told Michael Bloom that he first grew his trademark goatee and mustache because he thought it looked good on bluesman Johnny Otis. As a teenager, Zappa played drums and guitar in a variety of local r&b hands.
Frank Zappa is widely considered one of the best frontmen in rock. This Frank Zappa discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Frank Zappa albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Frank Zappa singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you want to know, "What is the Best Frank Zappa album of all time?" or "What are the top Frank Zappa albums?" then this list will answer your questions. Examples include Apostrophe and Hot Rats.
What are the best albums by Frank Zappa? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Members who like this artist also like: The Beatles, Bob Dylan and Pink Floyd. Frank Zappa ♫ We're Only In It For The Money ♫ CD Condition: Like New. Time left: 13m 5s. Ships to: Worldwide.
Good (Frank Zappa albums also worth checking out). Frank Zappa - Sheik Yerbouti (1979). Sheik Yerbouti represents the diametric opposite of Uncle Meat: where that 1969 album is difficult to penetrate, Sheik Yerbouti is as close as Zappa came to chasing after commercial success. It even spawned a minor hit single in Bobby Brown Goes Down, and the disco send- up Dancin’ Fool. If Zappa’s humour appeals to you, then this is probably going to be your favourite Zappa album, being full of (mostly dirty) jokes about Carter-era America.
Guitar (Frank Zappa album). I have a theory about beer: Consumption of it leads to pseudo-military behavior. Think about it-winos don't march.
A list of the Top 10 Frank Zappa albums. Zappa released four great albums during the 12-month period starting in October 1969. This was the second to reach shelves. Like 'Weasels Ripped My Flesh' (see No. 6 on our list of the Top 10 Frank Zappa Albums), 'Burnt Weeny Sandwich' reheats leftovers into tasty new morsels. 9. 'The Grand Wazoo' (1972). It's the first album he made after the Mothers broke up (but not his first solo album - 'Lumpy Gravy' holds that distinction), it's the first to be recorded using 16-track technology and it's the first to dive head first into the jazz-inspired instrumentals that encompasses some of his best and most thrilling work. 2. 'We're Only in It for the Money' (1968).
|A1||Lock Jaw Rap||0:41|
|A3||The Closer You Are||3:25|
|A4||Frogs With Dirty Little Lips||3:31|
|A5||Lisa's Dangerous Kitchen||6:23|
|B2||Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously||1:35|
|B3||We're Turning Again||5:39|
|B4||Heavy Duty Judy||4:39|
|B5||What's New In Baltimore||3:29|
- Performer – Ahmet* (tracks: A4), Lisa Popiel* (tracks: A5)
NotesProduced by Rance Muhammitz for Magpie Productions
This recording is a bootleg
Taken from: the zappa patio - http://w1.858.telia.com/~u85821131/
* Various live 1978-1982
* Studio out-take of "Fine Girl"
Also issued as Lisa's Dangerous Kitchen
* Track 1 has Zappa talking to the audience for about 40 seconds, in London 19-Jun-1982 (first show). In a discussion on alt.fan.frank-zappa in March 2000 about "the dumbest or most embarassing thing Zappa said on stage", it was one of two things that came up. It goes like this:
"You know, as I look out here tonight, I see all these people and wonder what kind of people actually come to a show like this, and I know! Usually it's a bunch of guys who think that maybe it's cool to come here, and then they bring these girls along that wouldn't be caught dead in a place like this, listening to this shitty kind of music, and they sit there and grit their fucking teeth for two hours, and then maybe later they give the guy a blowjob. Well let me tell you something; all you guys that brought girls like this to this kind of a concert, I hope you do get blown by those lock-jawed little bitches that you brought in here."
(The other thing that came up was the imfamous "women's movement" from Saratoga 1-Sep-1984, on Kreega Bondola.)
* Track 2 is live in London 28-Feb-1978.
* Tracks 3-4 are live in Santa Monica 11-Dec-1981 (first show); track 4 also appears as a "bonus track" on Welcome to the Mudd Club, where part of Zappa's spoken intro has been edited out. Apparently, this was the first live performance with Ahmet, Frank's son (noted on the cover).
* Track 5 is live in Santa Monica 11-Dec-1981 (second show).
* Track 6 is yet another different mix of the Tinsel-Town Rebellion recording; the unreleased Crush All Boxes album had another mix
* Track 7 is live 1980.
* Track 8 is an unknown 1982 or 1982 live version identified as "the Palladium, New York, 31-Oct-1982", but there was no such show.
* Track 9 is a soundboard recording from the second show in Pittsburgh 13-Nov-1980 (the same recording as on Apocrypha). It has "vocals", in the sense that Ike and Ray sing "Heavy Duty Judy" in the very beginning over the riff.
* Track 10 is live in Cologne 21-May-1982.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - etched): Q-8110-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - etched): Q-8110-B