Label: Zappa Records (2) - ZR 3837 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Modern Classical, Avantgarde, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental, Parody
Absolutely Free - Zappa* / Mothers Of Invention* - Were Only In It For The Money (CD, Album)

 · 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 g from style to style without warning, the album has a freewheeling, almost schizophrenic quality, encompassing everything from complex mutations of /10().

This is the definitive, Rykodisc re-release, which is a new digital master of the original Verve master tape (without the FZ sanctioned re-recorded bass and drums of the previous, deleted Rykodisc CD). FZ approved digital master, made from original edited master and other raw mix segments (for better sonics),

This whole monstrosity was conceived & executed by Frank Zappa as the result of some unpleasant premonitions, August through October Gary Kellgren: Engineer for two months of basic sessions at Mayfair Studios. Dick Kunc: record & re-mix engineer for the final month of recording at Apostolic Studios.5/5(3).

Absolutely Free. Frank Zappa Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention The Mothers of Invention. & 0 more. Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars. ratings. See all 21 formats and editions. Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music/5().

 · Frank Zappa, back on this Absolutely Free () was still with The Mothers Of Ivention, his band. Nobody need to say, really, that Frank Zappa was a visionary, a sound revolutionary. Back in his first album Freak Out! () we knew it already! But with this album Zappa was, like the name suggests, free/5().

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  1. Sandwiched as it is between Freak Out!, Zappa's debut with the Mothers of Invention, and We're Only in It for the Money, arguably his artistic zenith, Absolutely Free comes in a distant third--but that's only because the competition is so darn fierce/5().

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