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Frank Zappa - Lumpy Gravy

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  1. Frank Vincent Zappa Conducts Lumpy Gravy A curiously inconsistent piece which started out as a ballet but probably didn't make it. Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra & Chorus with maybe even some members of the mothers of invention All rights for the world controlled by The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Frank Zappa Music (BMI)/5(83).
  2. Oct 24,  · Bootleg compilation by Zipperman from the Lumpy Gravy Capitol Acetate Test Pressing, in addition with some supposed live material and radio spots. Despite the Muntz logo (which is a confusing reference to the 8-Track and 4-Track tapes), there is no doubt the 2 first tracks were full length sides taken out from a record due to the audible crackles.
  3. One of Frank's musical experiments that are now generally considered as rock & roll masterpieces is certainly the ballet Lumpy Gravy. Some of the Mothers and a huge orchestra made up of America's best session men, became the Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra and Chorus with Frank conducting Lumpy Gravy part 1 and 2.
  4. Motorhead: I worked in a cheesy newspaper company for a while but that was terrible, I wasn't making enough money to build anything (LOUIE LOUIE). Motorhead: And then I worked in a printing company and a coupla gas stations. Oh, at the gas station where I was working my brother just got married, and uh he bought a new car and his wife was having a kid and all this miserable stuff.
  5. Nov 07,  · The band's leader, Spider Barbour is the guy who talks about pigs and ponies on "Lumpy Gravy" and Zappa loved Chrysalis, who were definitely a bit influenced by the Mothers (check out "Doctor Root's Garden.") "Definition" was recorded in the same studio--Apostolic--and at the same time Zappa was editing "Lumpy Gravy.".
  6. Aug 12,  · The unique work, Lumpy Gravy, is comprised of orchestral performances recorded at Capitol Studios in Interspersed with tape collage and dialogue brilliantly edited by FZ and his razor blade, it went on to become Frank and Gail Zappa's favorite record of the catalog.4/4(68).

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