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Ian Underwood

Quincy Jones releases ‘Q’s Jook Joint,’ an album featuring…

Quincy Jones’ ‘Q’s Jook Joint’ is an album (his first in six years) released on November 7, 1995 by Qwest. Track Listing : 1.Jook Joint Intro (Quincy Jones) – 01:32 . 2.Let The Good Times Roll (Fleecie Moore, Sam Theard) – 02:55 . 3.Cool Joe, Mean Joe (Killer Joe) (Benny Golson, Quincy Jones, Queen Latifah) […]

Jean-Luc Ponty’s Turning Point

The end of the Sixties and the beginning of the Seventies mark the real start of Jean-Luc Ponty‘s international stardom. Hooking up with 23 years old George Duke. Recording his own “King Kong: Jean-Luc Ponty Plays the Music of Frank Zappa” album. Recording the “Open Strings” album in Germany with Philip Catherine and Joachim Kühn. […]

Frank Zappa in the Year 1973

1973 is one of Frank Zappa’s busiest years. Think about it : in one year, he records three albums, releases one and plays seventy-seven concerts throughout the world. From March till the end of May, he is at Bolic Sound in Inglewood and Whitney Studios in Glendale to complete his seventeenth studio album “Over-Nite Sensation” […]

DiscReet publish ‘Over-Nite Sensation,’ Frank Zappa & The…

‘Over-Nite Sensation’ by Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention is their seventeenth studio album released on September 7, 1973 by DiscReet Track listing : 1.Camarillo Brillo (Frank Zappa) – 04:01 . 2.I’m the Slime (Frank Zappa) – 03:35 . 3.Dirty Love (Frank Zappa) – 03:00 . 4.Fifty-Fifty (Frank Zappa) – 06:08 . 5.Zomby Woof […]

Barbra Streisand releases her twenty-sixth album : ‘Back to…

Barbra Streisand’s ‘Back to Broadway’ is her twenty-sixth studio album (and her second collection of Broadway musicals songs) released on June 29, 1993 by Columbia. Track Listing : 1.Some Enchanted Evening (Oscar Hammerstein, Richard Rodgers) – 03:52 . 2.Everybody Says Don’T (Stephen Sondheim) – 02:34 . 3.The Music Of The Night (Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles […]

Frank Zappa releases ‘Apostrophe,’ a self-parody concept album…

Frank Zappa’s ‘Apostrophe’ is his eighteenth album released on March 22, 1974 by Discreet. Track Listing : 1.Don’T Eat The Yellow Snow (Frank Zappa) – 02:07 . 2.Nanook Rubs It (Frank Zappa) – 04:38 . 3.St. Alfonzo’S Pancake Breakfast (Frank Zappa) – 01:50 . 4.Father O’Blivion (Frank Zappa) – 02:18 . 5.Cosmik Debris (Frank Zappa) […]

Quincy Jones releases ‘The Dude’ featuring ‘Ai No…

Quincy Jones’ ‘The Dude’ is a studio album featuring James Ingram’s debut and released in March 1981 by A&M. Track Listing : 1.Ai No Corrida (Chaz Jankel, Kenny Young) – 01:43 . 2.The Dude Rod (Temperton, Patti Austin) – 04:16 . 3.Just Once (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil) – 03:28 . 4.Betcha Wouldn’T Hurt Me (Stevie […]

The Mothers Of Invention visit Paris (1970)

December 15, 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 […]