12.3.07 - MUSC 423 Frank Zappa The Mothers of Invention...

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MUSC 423 03/12/2007 21:03:00 Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention     Really weird and offensive music to everyone  1966 – Album – Freak Out! o First rock double album set o “Who Are the Brain Police?” 1967 – Album – Absolutely Free o “Call Any Vegetable” Divided into 3 parts on the album I – “Call Any Vegetable” II – “Invocation & Ritual Dance of the Young Pumpkin” III – “Soft-Sell Conclusion”  1970 – Album – Burnt Weeny Sandwich o “The Little House I Used to Live In” o Displays Frank Zappa’s true musical talent Song begins with a piano solo Released an album of just clipped guitar solos o Shut Up and Play Your Guitar     o Did so well the following year he released Son of Shut Up and Play Your   Guitar o Then following year released Return of Shut Up and Play Your Guitar o All 3 were released in a set called Shut Up and Play Your Guitar 1969 – released another double album – Uncle Meat o Song – “Electric Aunt Jemima” Inspired by a messed up amplifier that gave weird sounds
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  • Spring '07
  • Biersach
  • Music, Frank Zappa, Stairway to Heaven, backwards messages, Revolution 9, weird sounds Zappa

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