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  1. It was later scheduled to appear in a 12xLP box set in 1970 under the title "The History & Collected Improvisations Of The Mothers Of Invention", covering work from 1963 - 1969. FZ's ads in "Playboy" failed to raise interest - the set was culled, producing "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" & Burnt Weeny Sandwich - the balance to become the non-starter ...

  2. 1 de abr. de 2022 · This Compilation. ℗ 2022 UMG Recordings, Inc. The 50th Anniversary of the Mothers of Invention 1971. featuring the complete Fillmore East tapes. remixed by Craig Parker Adams including the John Lennon/Yoko Ono encore, along with the infamous Rainbow Theatre concert. complete and remixed by legend Eddie Kramer. Plus.

  3. 19 de jul. de 2019 · Mastered by Bernie Grundman and pressed on 180 gram audiophile vinyl by Pallas. 7 ZAPPA RECORDS ZR3840-1". Notes from inner gatefold: "All tracks stereo except Mother People & Idiot Bastard Son. All mixes are exclusive to this release EXCEPT *Tracks 1, 3, 4, 9, &11. Track 4 is an exclusive edit by FZ and as such, a derivative work of the original."

  4. 200 Motels. Frank Zappa. Gaucho. Steely Dan. The Grand Wazoo. The Mothers. Just Another Band From L.A. The Mothers. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1970 Vinyl release of "The Mothers Of Invention" on Discogs.

  5. Material on this album represents different aspects of their work from 1967 to 1969. Track A1 was recorded live at the Philadelphia Arena. Track A2 was cut at T.T.G. in Hollywood. Tracks A3 & B5 were recorded live at Festival Hall in London. The first part of track A4 was cut at Whitney Studios in Glendale.

  6. Explore the discography of The Algebra Mothers. Shop for vinyl, CDs, and more from The Algebra Mothers on Discogs.

  7. Manufactured by Deutsche Grammophon, Hamburg. "The music of Frank Zappa and his infamous Mothers of Invention proudly displays the deep and lasting influence that rock-and-roll can have on impressionable young minds. Lyrically, the Mothers, as they are affectionately known, range from the overt banality of early rock to the vitriolic pungency ...