John Watson Jr. (February 3, 1935 – May 17, 1996),  known professionally as Johnny "Guitar" Watson, was an American musician and singer-songwriter.  A flamboyant showman and electric guitarist in the style of T-Bone Walker, his recording career spanned forty years, and encompassed rhythm and blues,   funk and soul music .
Johnny "Guitar" Watson – vocals; Moon Unit Zappa – vocals; Bob Harris – vocals; Thana Harris – vocals; Production staff. Mark Pinske – chief engineer; John Matousek – mastering; Gabrielle Raumberger – artwork, graphic design; Steve Schapiro – photography; Bob Stone – engineer; Donald Roller Wilson - Cover art; References
Johnny "Guitar" Watson (Houston, Texas; 3 de febrero de 1935 - Yokohama, Japón; 17 de mayo de 1996) fue un guitarrista y cantante de estadounidense, que incursionó en los estilos de soul, rhythm & blues, funk y rock.
Johnny "Guitar" Watson: One Size Fits All, Them or Us, Thing-Fish, Frank Zappa Meets the Mothers of Prevention, Have I Offended Someone? Guitarra, voces Kenneth Watson: Freak Out!, Lumpy Gravy: Percusión Ernie Watts: The Grand Wazoo: Saxofón Ellen Wegner: The Yellow Shark, Everything Is Healing Nicely: Arpa David Wells: Freak Out! Trombón ...
American Music. Don Williams. Johnny "Guitar" Watson Jr. (February 3, 1935 – May 17, 1996) was an American blues singer and guitarist, best remembered for his hits "Those Lonely, Lonely Nights" (1955) and "Gangster Of Love" (1957) His father was a pianist, who taught him ….
Here, FZ pulls in the quirky talents of Johnny 'Guitar' Watson to man the vocals. The absurd lyrics, coupled with Watson's delivery, is magic. Equal parts sleaze and humor, this track grooves its way to the highlight of the entire album.