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Stan, et al,
I'll chime in too.
I've always loved FZ's guitar playing and off-kilter compositional and
But I could never really handle the poo-poo, caa-caa Jr. High
locker-room humor part of his schtick.
I tended to gravitate to his SHUT UP 'N' PLAY YER GUITAR and FRANK
ZAPPA GUITAR multi disc sets.
THE YELLOW SHARK, JAZZ FROM HELL and BOULEZ PLAYS ZAPPA were also big
I'd heard a lot of the other stuff, but was always a little mystified
by the juvenile sex and potty-humor aspect.
That's just me though.
On Jun 23, 2007, at 16:32, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> gotta chime in...
> bought the 1st Mothers album 'absolutely free' i think it was called-i
> still got it-in '67 the day it came out...wtm(whatever that means)
> got to see the band a coupla times at suny binghamton.
> my fave is the 4 record 'shut up and play yer guitar'.
> frank rules
>> Apostophy and the cut Blessed Relief off The Grand
>> Wazoo are my favorites.
>> --- samba - <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> I always liked The Uncle Meat album,ad the tune
>>> Peaches in Regalia from
>>> Hot Rats the best but the last 2 releases are
>>> amazing,esp Yellow
>>> Shark.Magnificent. You know Artis Spoonthang played
>>> with Zappa.I'm ot sure
>>> which recording.
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