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Zappa himself said in an interview with Guitar Player magazine in 1977, “I approach it more as a composer who happens to be able to operate an instrument called a guitar, rather than ‘Frank. .

Freak Out! (1966) “With the exception of track 15, all cuts are quite melodic. 2004 Threesome No.

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You couldn’t really discuss some of Zappa’s greatest solos without mention his prodigious use of the ensemble band surrounding him.

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Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band. . From the early primal psychedelic rock of The Mothers Of Invention’s 1966 debut album, Freak Out!, one of the earliest double albums in rock, to the jazz-rock fusion of 1969’s’s. The track features a mixture of musical styles, including rock, jazz, and doo-wop, and showcases Zappa’s signature humor and satire. class=" fc-smoke">Aug 22, 1995 · by Stephen Thomas Erlewine.

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2002 Strictly Commercial. His first album with The Mothers Of Invention, 1966’s Freak Out!, was a sprawling double that took aim at the ills of modern US society as.

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