Zappa / Beefheart / Mothers - Bongo Fury MP3 Herunterladen
Album: Bongo Fury
Kategorie: Jazz / Rockmusik / Blues
Datum der Freigabe: 1995
Katalognummer: RCD 10522
Größe MP3: 2092 mb
Größe FLAC: 1077 mb
|1||Poofter's Froth Wyoming Plans Ahead||3:03|
|2||Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy||5:59|
|3||200 Years Old||4:32|
|4||Man With The Woman Head||1:28|
|8||Sam With The Showing Scalp Flat Top||2:51|
- Artwork [Cd Package] – Ferenc Dobronyi
- Bass, Other [Also Dancing] – Tom Fowler
- Design [Original Design & Cd Design Consultant] – Cal Schenkel
- Drums – Chester Thompson (tracks: 5, 6)
- Drums, Other [Moisture] – Terry Bozzio
- Engineer – Davey Moire, Frank Hubach, Kelly Kotera, Kerry McNab, Mike Braunstein, Mike Stone
- Engineer [Remaster] – Bob Stone
- Harmonica [Harp], Vocals, Other [Shopping Bags] – Captain Beefheart
- Keyboards, Vocals – George Duke
- Lead Guitar, Vocals, Producer – Frank Zappa
- Photography By – John Williams
- Saxophone, Vocals – Napoleon Murphy Brock
- Slide Guitar, Vocals – Denny Walley
- Trombone, Other [Fantastic Dancing] – Bruce Fowler
- Written-By – Don Van Vliet (tracks: 3, 8), Frank Zappa (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 7, 9)
Recorded live at Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, Texas, May 20th & 21st, 1975.
Remote recording by The Record Plant, L.A.
Overdubs and mixing at The Record Plant, L.A.
"200 Years Old", "Cucamonga" and "Muffin Man" intros were recorded in January and February, 1974 at The Record Plant, L.A.
Digitally remastered 1987 UMRK.
FZ approved master, 1993.
All Selections © 1975 Munchkin Music (ASCAP) except Sam With The Showing Scalp Flat Top and Man With The Woman Head © 1973 Beefheart Music (BMI)
Artwork copyright © 1995 The Zappa Family Trust. FZ, ZAPPA, and Frank Zappa are marks belonging to the Zappa Family Trust.
℗ 1975, 1989 Rykodisc. All Rights Reserved. © 1975, 1995 The Zappa Family Trust. Reproduced under license.
The green-tinted jewel box is a registered trademark of Rykodisc.
Printed in the USA. Manufactured in Canada.
Clear green-tinted tray jewel case with horizontal obi
- Barcode: 014431052224
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrorred): DISQUE AMERIC 818 PUMPKIN 0FN51<910>RCD10522
- Mastering SID Code: none
- Mould SID Code: none
- Recorded At – Armadillo World Headquarters
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Mixed At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Remastered At – UMRK
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rykodisc
- Copyright (c) – Zappa Family Trust
- Copyright (c) – Munchkin Music
- Copyright (c) – Beefheart Music
Bongo Fury is a collaborative album by American artists Frank Zappa and the Mothers, with Captain Beefheart, released in October 1975. The live portions were recorded on May 20 and 21, 1975, at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas. Tracks 5, 6 and 9 intro only are studio tracks recorded in January 1975 during the sessions which produced One Size Fits All 1975 and much of Studio Tan 1978. This is the last album to feature the highly technical jazz fusion of Mothers of Invention, whose roots can be traced back to 1973 circa Over-Nite Sensation. The live portions are highlighted by the latest addition to the band - frenetic percussionist extraordinaire Terry Ted Bozzio, who would stay with Zappa for a majority of the '70s. Most Zappa enthusiasts either love or hate Bongo Fury. Bongo Fury. October 2nd 1975. Zappa Records. FZ: lead guitar, vocals. Captain Beefheart: harp, vocals, shopping bags. George Duke: keyboards, vocals. Napoleon Murphy Brock: sax, vocals. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Zappa, Beefheart - Bongo Fury - Live 1975-05-20YouTube. Fury - release pressed at Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute and mastered at Kendun Recorders KENDUN stamp Bongo Fury - unknown pressing plant, reissue with no mastering info in the run outs Bongo Fury - reissue, unknown pressing plant. Elenco tracce. Debra Kadabra. Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy. Sam With The Showing Scalp Flat Top. Not Now. Bongo Fury is a live collaboration between Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart and The Mothers. It was released by Discreet Records on October 2, 1975. The live material was recorded May 20-21st, 1975 at Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas. The studio material was recorded January-February 1975 at the Record Plant in LA. This was the last album released by The Mothers before Frank went solo, or rather, stopped using their name. Bongo Fury Q&A. Get album. Tis the Season to Be Jelly. The Mothers of Invention. 126 listeners. Play album. The Essential George Duke. George Duke. Part-recorded live in 1975, Frank Zappas Bongo Fury saw Captain Beefheart join the celebrated Mothers Of Invention on tour for a unique pairing. Not that Beefhearts job was a given: he initially failed auditions, thanks to what Zappa termed a problem with rhythm finally, he squeaked by just before the tour kicked off. By the time they recorded Bongo Fury, however, the opposing forces had found a happy union. Beefheart emerged as an electric preacher man poised somewhere between haranguing the people and producing visionary incantations. Meanwhile, Zappa and the Mothers flexed their reliably assured musicianship, driven by newcomer Terry Bozzio on drums. Bongo Fury is an album released by Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart in 1975. The live portions were recorded on May 20 & 21, 1975 at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas. Studio tracks were recorded in January 1975 during the sessions which produced One Size Fits All and much of Studio Tan. Bongo Fury also marks the first appearance of Terry Bozzio, who would become Zappa's featured drummer between 1975 and 1978