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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/2/1995
  • Label: Zappa Records
  • UPC: 014431050121
  • Catalog Number: 310501

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Mothers of Invention Primary Artist, Track Performer
Frank Zappa Indexed Contributor, Guitar, Harmonica, Conductor, Cymbals, Leader, Tambourine, Vocals, Performing Ensemble
Plas Johnson Saxophone
Jimmy Carl Black Percussion, Drums, Vocals
Ray Collins Guitar, Harmonica, Cymbals, Tambourine, Vocals, finger cymbals
Gene Estes Percussion
Roy Estrada Bass, Vocals, Guitarron, Soprano (Vocal)
Elliot Ingber Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Carol Kaye Bass
Ruth Komanoff Percussion
John Rotella Percussion
Mothers Auxiliary Ensemble
Technical Credits
Kim Fowley Contributor
Ray Collins Sound Effects, Contributor
Henry Vestine Contributor
David Anderle Contributor
Ben Barrett Contributor
Benjamin Barrett Contributor
Edwin Beach Contributor
Paul Bergstrom Contributor
Roy Caton Contributor
Eugene Dinovi Contributor
Virgil Evans Contributor
Frank Zappa Arranger, Composer, Orchestration, Musical Director
Carl Franzoni Contributor
Roy Gaton Contributor
John Johnson Contributor
Ray Kelloff Contributor
Neil Levang Contributor
Arthur Maebe Contributor
George Price Contributor
Kurt Retar Contributor
Emmet Sargeant Contributor
Joe Saxon Contributor
Val Valentin Engineer, Director Of Engineering
Neil Vang Contributor
Vito Contributor
Ken Watson Contributor
Dave Wells Contributor
Tom Wilson Producer
Joseph Saxon Contributor
Kurt Reher Contributor
John Johnson Contributor
Ami Engineer
Tom Engineer
Jack Anesh Cover Design
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A terrific album by one of the true geniuses of the Rock Era

    This first album from Frank Zappa and The Mothers is a gem. Frank Zappa may have been the greatest music writer and arraigner in Rock history but he often hid the intricacies of his music behind silly, and sometimes offensive, lyrics. Buy anyone who loves Rock and Roll, or Jazz, or Classical Music, ought to listen carefully too few of Frank's studio albums. This being the first is an interesting combination of crazy pop tunes and mammoth rock epics and it's a great place to start.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Six Stars for This Album

    This is one of the greatest albums of all time. There was some program on certain radio stations where artists chose their 10 picks if deserted on an island; this one makes my list. My highschool friends and I were so inspired by this record back in 1967-1968 that we formed our own little ''fraternity'', or, sect, if you will, called the Fathers of Conformity. We would sing ''Who are the Brain Police'' in multi-part harmony in the field house showers after soccer practice. The football players gave us a wide berth. ''Trouble Comin' Everyday'' is a rip. The other tunes poking fun at teenage angst and the plastic values of the older generation are as classic as any half-baked Lennon/McCartney pennings. Anyone who purports to be a fan of Zappa must have this recording in his collection. ''Suzy, Suzy Creamchease''...''Ooh ooh, ahh ahh''...

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