The Mothers Of Invention - Absolutely Free album flac
|A2.a||The Duke Of Prunes||2:12|
|A2.c||The Duke Regains His Chops||1:45|
|A2.d||Call Any Vegetable||2:19|
|A2.e||Invocation And Ritual Dance Of The Young Pumpkin||6:57|
|The M.O.I. American Pageant||18:35|
|B2||Status Back Baby||2:52|
|B3||Uncle Bernie's Farm||2:09|
|B4||Son Of Suzy Creamcheese||1:33|
|B5||Brown Shoes Don't Make It||7:26|
|B6||America Drinks & Goes Home||2:43|
- Composed By, Arranged By, Conductor, Performer – Frank Zappa
- Engineer [Director Of Engineering] – Val Valentin
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Ami Hadani
- Engineer [Remix Engineer] – David Greene
- Musician [Musicians] – Billy Mundi, Bunk Gardner, Don Preston, Jim Black*, Jim Sherwood*, Ray Collins, Roy Estrada
- Photography By [Front Cover Portrait] – Alice Ochs
- Photography By [Others] – Jerry Deiter, Marshal Harmon
- Producer – Tom Wilson
NotesSold separately. Labeled side 1/2
OLD MASTERS, Box One missing left side cover
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Handwritten side 1): BPR-7777-2-A
- Matrix / Runout (Handwritten side 2): BPR-7777-2-B
|V/V6-5013X, V6-5013||The Mothers Of Invention*||Absolutely Free (LP, Album, MGM)||Verve Records, Verve Records||V/V6-5013X, V6-5013||US||1967|
|RCD 10502||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention*||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention* - Absolutely Free (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Rykodisc||RCD 10502||US||Unknown|
|V/V6-5013X, 710 006||The Mothers Of Invention*||Absolutely Free (LP, Album, Gat)||Verve Records, Verve Records||V/V6-5013X, 710 006||Germany||1967|
|0238352||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention*||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention* - Absolutely Free (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Zappa Records||0238352||UK & Europe||2012|
|RCD 10093||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention*||Frank Zappa / The Mothers Of Invention* - Absolutely Free (CD, Album, RM)||Rykodisc||RCD 10093||US||1988|
Released: 1967 Genre: Rock experimental, psychedelic rock, doo-wop Country: US Label: Verve Records Producer: Frank Zappa,/Tom Wilson Tracklist: Side on. .
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Absolutely Free (1967) by The Mothers Of Invention. This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 81/185 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
Frank Zappa's liner notes for Freak Out! name-checked an enormous breadth of musical and intellectual influences, and he seemingly attempts to cover them all on the second Mothers of Invention album, Absolutely Free. It's made possible not only by expanded instrumentation, but also Zappa's experiments with tape manipulation and abrupt.
Absolutely Free' was recorded at . during the week before Thanksgiving, Nov 1966.
The album is split into two sections, "Absolutely Free" and "The Mothers of Invention American Pageant. Part one opens with the excellent Plastic People, which lambastes aspects of American life from the President to women. It is one of the best tunes written with the Mothers.
Band Name The Mothers Of Invention. Album Name Absolutely Free. Released date 25 May 1967. Labels Verve Records. Side 1 - suite n. : absolutely free (1ST in a series of underground oratorios). 2. The Duke of Prunes. 4. The Duke Regains His Chops. 5. Call Any Vegetable. 6. Invocation & Ritual Dance of the Young Pumpkin. 7. Soft-Sell Conclusion. Bonustracks for the 1995 Rykodisc CD reissue. 9. Why Don'tcha Do Me Right ? Side 2 - suie no. 2 : the . american pageant (2nd in a sries of underground oratorios). 3. Uncle Bernie's Farm. Son of Suzy Creamcheese. Brown Shoes Don't Make I.
The Mothers of Invention were an American rock band from California. Formed in 1964, their work is marked by the use of sonic experimentation, innovative album art, and elaborate live shows. Originally an R&B band called the Soul Giants, the band's first lineup included Ray Collins, David Coronado, Ray Hunt, Roy Estrada and Jimmy Carl Black. Frank Zappa was asked to take over as the guitarist following a fight between Collins and Coronado, the band's original saxophonist/leader.
After the groundbreaking double-album, Freak Out, the follow-up Absolutely Free was bound to settle in its shadow. However, it remains one of Frank Zappa's finest, most realized works. The album sides were written to play out as coherent musical statements, despite their adventurous stylistic shifts. While "Call Any Vegetable" is a multi-part exploration and "Brown Shoes Don't Make It" forms a seven-and-a-half minute mini rock-opera that expresses Zappa's classical interests in Edgard Varese and Igor Stravinsky, tunes such as "Plastic People" (with.
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