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Zappa, Frank One Shot Deal
  • Zappa, Frank
    One Shot Deal

  • onze prijs:€ 15.99
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  • formaat:cd
  • releasedatum:28 april 2017
  • levertijd:3 8 werkdagen
 
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Track Listing
1. Bathtub Man
2. Space Boogers
3. Hermitage
4. Trudgin' Across the Tundra
5. Occam's Razor
6. Heidelberg
7. The Illinois Enema Bandit
8. Australian Yellow Snow
9. Rollo

Album Notes
Personnel: Frank Zappa (vocals, guitar); Ray White (vocals, guitar); Napoleon Murphy Brock (vocals, saxophone); Sal Marquez (vocals, trumpet); Robert A. Martin , George Duke (vocals, keyboards); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals); Adrian Belew, Steve Vai, Warren Cuccurullo (guitar); Tony Duran (slide guitar); Lou Anne Neill (harp); John Wittenberg, Bobby Dubow, Jean-Luc Ponty (violin); Pamela Goldsmith (viola); Ray Reed, Sheridon Stokes (flute, alto saxophone); Tom "Bones" Malone (piccolo, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, tuba); Victor Morosco (clarinet, alto saxophone); Jay Migliori (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Mike Altschul (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone); Earl Dumler (oboe, English horn, saxophone); John Winter, Joan Elardo (oboe, English horn); Bob Tricarico (bassoon, contrabassoon); Ian Underwood (woodwinds, synthesizer); Gary Barone, Gene Goe, Roy Poper, Malcolm McNab (trumpet); Arthur Briegleb, Todd Miller (French horn); Donald Waldrop (trombone, double bass); Jock Ellis, Glenn Ferris, Kenny Shroyer, Bruce Fowler (trombone); Dana Hughes (bass trombone); Bill Mays (Clavinet); Peter Wolf , Michael Lang , Ralph Grierson, Tommy Mars (keyboards); Jim Gordon (drums, steel drum); Chester Thompson , Ralph Humphrey, Terry Bozzio, Chad Wackerman, Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Alan Estes, Tomas Raney, Ed Mann , John Bergamo, Emil Richards, Ruth Underwood (percussion); Ike Willis (background vocals).Recording information: 11/11/1972-10/31/1981.Unknown Contributor Role: Donald Waldrop.At the time of Frank Zappa's passing in late 1993, he left a number of projects in varying stages of completeness. Some of these had gotten no further than the so-called "build-reel" stage. It was at this preliminary phase that the artist had done little more than set aside various and sundry audio on the back-burner in his Utility Muffin Research Kitchen home studio. One Shot Deal (2008) is a single-CD compilation taken from a number of disparate sources -- including a pair of tunes from Zappa's "build reels." As the set's co-producer Gail Zappa explains in her inimitable style in the brief liner notes essay "...the guitar was the main element for me...." With that as an unofficial mandate, the 5-plus minutes -- which cover the meaty nine-year span of 1972 to 1981 -- is undeniably fret-centric. The opening "Bathtub Man" -- featuring the early to mid-'70s George Duke (keyboards/vocals) and Napoleon Murphy Brock (vocals) lineup -- seems to be an instrumental improvisational extension that was nicked from "Cosmik Debris." Not only does it reveal a bit of insight into what is presumably a transvestite tale from the road, but musically it displays both Duke and Zappa's criminally underrated chops as incendiary interpreters of the blues. The brief yet frenetic "Space Boogers" is another sonic matchup between Duke and Zappa that presents their unique interaction in a very different -- yet no less inspired -- context. Presumably with baton in hand, the percussive "Hermitage" is an extract from a rare performance of "Sink Trap" (aka "Gypsy Airs") by the Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra from a show at Royce Hall on the campus of UCLA in mid-September 1975. While several portions of the nearly ten-minute suite have surfaced -- most notably during the Tinseltown Rebellion (1981) version of "Easy Meat" and as "Lumpy Gravy" on the DVD-A QuAUDIOPHILIAc (2004) -- the entire work has yet to be issued. The spacy and jazz fusion-filled "Trudgin' Across the Tundra" is a sampling of the "Petite (as opposed to Grand) Wazoo" combo with Gary Barone (trumpet) wailing … la Miles Davis during the "Bitches Brew" era. Another of One Shot Deal's heartier endeavors is the nine-plus minute "Occam's Razor" -- which consists of Zappa's guitar solo from the song "Inca Roads" during a concert at the Rhein-Neckarhalle in Eppelheim, Germany on March 21, 1979
 

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