9 thoughts on “ Thats Not Really Reggae - Frank Zappa - Frank Zappa: Guitar (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Not content with releasing the triple vinyl set 'Joe's Garage' in and the double vinyl set 'Tinsletown Rebellion' earlier in , Zappa followed those up with his 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th sides of new material in just three years, not even counting the 'Shut Up N Play Yer Guitar' album.
  2. A mindblowing treat for anyone even remotely interested in the music of Frank Zappa – as this box set brings together 70 unreleased tracks by a group that was one of Zappa's coolest ever – the version of the Mothers, with George Duke on a variety of cool keyboards, Ian Underwood on.
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  5. Zappa Plays Zappa Reviews. Now that ZPZ is finally on the road, I figured it would be interesting to open a thread where those of you who have attended any of the concerts could give your opinion, review, setlist, parkbingbibchaupihtigumpcofhandwiderec.xyzinfo evening’s Copenhagen, next is Oslo, then Stockholm, Düsseldorf, Berlin, etc.I’m sure there’s KUR readers in each of those cities — so tell us how “your” gig.
  6. Thank you very much for the Tracks feature, as long as it's been going. I checked today and was confused, but am glad to have conclusion. Take your time, I can't wait to see it return - it's been really incredible for finding the music I've been interested in, and I totally understand the reasons.
  7. Released in , this album contains Zappa's takes on the smell of teen spirit, organized religion, Saturday Night Live's Coneheads, and even racial issues. Highpoints include the mock country of "Harder Than Your Husband," pure-FZ injection of "Theme From 3rd Movement of Sinister Footwear," and the kinetic vocal-drenched title track/5().
  8. Utopia- a second snappy tune from Rhythm Method written by Steven Pierce. Greg Guidi on Bass, Myself on Guitar/ Guitar Synthesizer/ Vocal 2, Steve Pierce all Midi/Keyboard/Lead Guitar/Lead Vocal. A fairly political piece and intricate like all of Steve's creations - these have been shared with a rare few so far, hope you enjoy!!
  9. The brilliant “Madman” offers scything backwards cymbals, floating flutes and rippling guitar figures as well as suitably lysergic lyrics, but underneath all this is a tautly constructed pop song, not one of your rambling improvs a la “Interstellar Overdrive”.

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