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Tony Saint
PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 7:12 pm  Reply with quote



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Location: Texas, The Remake

If you clicked here, you know who I'm talking about.

Rock's greatest genius.

"Catholic girls, with their tiny little mustache."

Now you write something.
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 6:01 pm  Reply with quote



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frank zappa was the greatest genius in the music biz.he also stood by his guns and didn`t blindly follow the musical trends to sell records.

when he was alive writers didn`t give him the time of day.when he died then they gave him credit for his cutting edge
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 3:44 pm  Reply with quote



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i know lemme guess you're an itallian.
what? you're jewish?
oh. love your nails.
your place or mine?


girrrrrrl you thought it was a man, but it was a MUFFIN!!
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Tony Saint
PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 6:53 pm  Reply with quote



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All right, now we're talking!

"He poots forth." (Chuckle.)

I heard "Joe's Garage," "The Man From Utopia," and "Apostrophe" when I was about twelve. Zappa's songwriting style, vocals, harmonies, instrumentation, odd timing, subject matter and soloing were like nothing I'd heard before. I was into heavy metal, but this was a whole other kind of heaviness.

Have any of youse seen "Baby Snakes," "The Dub Room Special," or "Does Humor Belong in Music?" They're all on DVD, and they're all beautiful. Even though it runs a bit short, "Does Humor" is probably my favorite, because your constantly getting these shots of Ike Willis, Ray White, Scott Thunes and other band members doing silent comedy while they're playing.

Another amazing element: Zappa would change arrangements all the time. You'll think you've heard "My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama" in its most perfect form, then here he comes with a blues version. The new arrangements were often better than the originals, like "More Trouble Every Day" from "Roxy and Elsewhere."

I'm glad someone finally added to this thread. I had almost lost hope.

Beauty knows no pain
So what you cryin' about
Girl

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Got my eyes on you
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