Frank Zappa – No End To Invention

This day ( December 4, 1993), in  Los Angeles, California, died Frank Zappa, an American composer, singer-songwriter, electric guitarist, record producer and film director.

DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

w/ Ensemble Modern – The Yellow Shark (1992) . My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama . w/ Steve Vai – Stevie’S Spanking . The Decline Of The Music Business . w/ Pierre Bouez – On Frank Zappa . Baby Snakes (Munich, 1978) . w/ Mothers Of Invention – Kingkong (1968) . w/ John Lennon (1971) .

TOP 10

Frank Zappa Top 10 :

Peaches en Regalia . Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow . Willie the Pimp . Cosmik Debris . Bobby Brown Goes Down . Dirty Love . Little Umbrellas . I’m the Slime . Nanook Rubs It . Dancin’ Fool .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Released on December 21, 1984, Thing-Fish is an album (originally released as a triple album box set) by Frank Zappa. >>

Released on November 15, 1986, Jazz from Hell is an instrumental album by Frank Zappa. >>

Released on November 2, 1993, The Yellow Shark is an album of orchestral music by Frank Zappa performed by the Ensemble Modern. >>

Released on October 14, 1988, Broadway the Hard Way is a Frank Zappa live album recorded during his 1988 and final world tour. >>

Released on September 7, 1973, Over-Nite Sensation is the seventeenth studio album by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention. >>

Shut Up ‘n Play Yer Guitar by Frank Zappa is the combination of three albums – Shut Up ‘n Play Yer Guitar, Shut Up ‘n Play Yer Guitar Some More and Return of the Son of Shut Up ‘n Play Yer Guitar – released on May 11, 1981. >>

Ship Arriving Too Late to Save a Drowning Witch by Frank Zappa is an album (featuring the song, Valley Girl co-written with Moon Unit Zappa) released on May 3, 1982, >>

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Recorded on December 26–29, 1976 at the Palladium in New York City, Zappa in New York is a live double aFrank Zappa.’>

Released on October 2, 1975, Bongo Fury is an album released by Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart. >>

Released on October 18, 1984, Them or Us is an album by Frank Zappa. >>

Originally released on September 17 and November 19, 1979 as two separate studio albums, Joes Garage is a rock opera by Frank Zappa. >>

Frank Zappa‘s Hot Rats is his second solo (and his first after the dissolution of the Mothers of Invention) album recorded from July 18 till August 30, 1969. >>

One Size Fits All by Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention is an album released on June 25, 1975. >>

Fillmore East – June 1971 by The Mothers is a live album (the twelfth by Frank Zappa) recorded at the famous New York City venue on June 5–6, 1971. >>

Tinseltown Rebellion by Frank Zappa is a double live album released on May 17, 1981. >>

Orchestral Favorites by Frank Zappa is an instrumental album (featuring the 37-piece Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra) released on May 4, 1979. >>

Released on March 3, 1979, Sheik Yerbouti is a live double album with studio elements by Frank Zappa. >>

Released on September 23, 1981, You Are What You Is is a double album by Frank Zappa. >>

Frank Zappa‘s Waka Jawaka’ is an album released on July 5, 1972,. >>

Released on March 28, 1983, The Man from Utopia is an album by Frank Zappa. >>

Released on January 27, 1986, Does Humor Belong in Music? is the only authorized (by Frank Zappa) CD (featuring concert recordings from October–December 1984). >>

Released (without his permission) on January 19, 1979, Sleep Dirt is an album by Frank Zappa . >>

Released on September 15, 1978, Studio Tan is an album by Frank Zappa. >>

Released on August 7, 1967, Lumpy Gravy is the debut solo album by Frank Zappa conducting the Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Symphony Orchestra. >>

Released in January 1984, Flex-Able is the first Steve Vais album (largely influenced by Frank Zappa) as a solo artist. >>

Released on November 21, 1985, Frank Zappa Meets the Mothers of Prevention is an album by Frank Zappa. >>

Released on October 20, 1976, Zoot Allures (from the French expression Zut alors!) is an album by Frank Zappa. >>

Released on September 10, 1974, Roxy & Elsewhere is a live album by Frank Zappa & The Mothers. >>

Released on March 28, 1983, Baby Snakes is the soundtrack to Frank Zappas film of the same name. >>

Released on March 22, 1974, Apostrophe is the eighteenth album by Frank Zappa. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1996] and tomorrow night, a progrock supergroup gathering Steve Hackett (g – ex Genesis), John Wetton (b – ex-King Crimson, UK and Asia), Chester Thompson (d, ex- Weather Report, Frank Zappa and Genesis), Ian McDonald (s, ex- King Crimson and Foreigner) and Julian Colbeck (kb) is at Koseinenkin Hall in Tokyo, Japan >> 122 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1976] you do not miss Frank Zappa promoting his brand new album Zoot Allures at the Mike Douglas Talk Show. >> 5 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1974] Frank Zappa with George Duke, Napoleon Murphy Brock, Ruth Underwood, Tom Fowler and Chester Thompson tape a special TV show at at KCET in Hollywood >> 21 MINUTES on RVM

[1973] Frank Zappa will be with Jean Luc Ponty, Tom Fowler, Ralph Humphrey, Ruth Underwood, Ian Underwood, George Duke and Bruce Fowler at Skansen in, Stockholm, Sweden >> 75 MINUTES on RVM

[1991] Frank Zappa performs with a local band at JazzRock Jamboree held at Tabán, Budapest, Hungary >> 44 MINUTES >>

[1991] Frank Zappa performs at Sports Hall in Prague, Czechoslovakia with The Prazsky Vyber, a local band. Next week, he will be in Budapest, Hungary >> 40 MINUTES >>

[1971] John Lennon and Yoko Ono will join Frank Zappa and the Mothers on stage at Fillmore East in New-York City >> 25 MINUTES >>

[1962] you do not miss 23 years old musician Frank Zappa playing bicycle at The Steve Allen Show on NBC. >> 16 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1992] Frank Zappa isat Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Germany with the Ensemble Modern for the first performance of his orchestral composition The Yellow Shark. Due to illness, he will only conduct certain parts. >> 75 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1984] Frank Zappa is with Ray White (g,voc), Ike Willis (g,voc), Bobby Martin (kb,s,voc), Allan Zavod (kb), Scott Thunes (b,voc) and Chad Wackerman (d) at The Pier in New York City >> 57 MINUTES on RVM

[1983] you do not want to miss Frank Zappa guesting at American late night talk show Thicke of the Night >> 14 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1970] The Mothers of Invention – that is Frank Zappa (gtr,voc), Aynsley Dunbar (d), Jeff Simmons (b), George Duke (kb), Ian Underwood (p, s), Mark Volman (voc), Howard Kaylan (voc) and Jean-Luc Ponty (viol) – is at the Gaumont Palace movie theater in Paris, France. The concert is to be filmed by French TV and aired early next year. >> 28 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1984] Frank Zappa and his band are at the Majestic Performing Arts Center in San Antonio, Texas >> 73 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1981] Frank Zappa will be with Steve Vai, Ray White, Scott Thunes, Chad Wackerman, Ed Mann, Tommy Mars and Bobby Martin at Drammenshallen, Drammen, Norway >> 110 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1978] Frank Zappa gives a concert at Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ >> 102 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1982] Frank Zappa and his band – featuring a young (22) guitar phenomenom called Steve Vai – perform in Roma,Italy >> 9 MINUTES >>

[1982] Frank Zappa and daughter Moon Zappa discuss Valley Girl and more on Late Night With David Letterman on NBC >> 12 MINUTES on RVM

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Wikipedia : This day ( December 4, 1993), in  Los Angeles, California, died Frank Zappa, an American composer, singer-songwriter, electric guitarist, record producer and film director.

Official Web Site :

@ The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame : Under his own name and with the Mothers of Invention, Zappa recorded 60 albums’ worth of material in his 52 years. Many were double albums or CDs, making his output even more impressively huge. Not surprisingly, he was occupied nearly every waking hour by the composing, …

@last.fm : The line-up of the Mothers gradually expanded to accommodate Zappa’s increasingly ambitious and avant-garde music, but by 1969 he decided to work outside the band structure, focusing on his solo career, and effectively disbanding the Mothers in 1971.

@Discogs : His music combines an understanding of and appreciation for such contemporary classical figures as Igor Stravinsky, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Edgard Varèse with an affection for late ’50s doo-wop rock & roll and a facility for the guitar-heavy rock that dominated pop in the ’70s.

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