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The Mammy Nuns - Frank Zappa - Thing-Fish (CD, Album)


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  1. Frank even jokingly printed "Original Cast Recording" on the cover, and was amazed when the nitwits at the Grammy awards actually nominated Thing-Fish for best original cast recording. D'oh. D'oh. Inside the Broadway parody concept, there is a complex web of plotlines and ideas, many of which are good, but where the album falls down is in its.
  2. Some copies comes with a page foldout Ryko's Frank Zappa catalog, detailed scans of it: Frank Zappa - Boulez Conducts Zappa: The Perfect Stranger All selections controlled for the world by The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Munchkin Music (ASCAP)/5(2).
  3. Jul 26,  · Prologue · Frank Zappa Thing-Fish ℗ Zappa Family Trust, Under exclusive license to Universal Music Enterprises, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Producer: Frank Zappa.
  4. The music backing the track is a typical s Zappa guitar riff: heavy, crunchy, linear, very similar to "Ya Hozna" (on Them or Us) and "The Mammy Nuns," the piece following "Prologue" on the album Thing-Fish.
  5. Feb 26,  · First released as a three-LPset (and reissued on two CDs), this album is the 'original cast recording' of a never-produced Broadway show. Working-class joes have been mutated into potato-headed, duck-mouthed creatures by a government experiment gone wrong.
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  7. Thing-Fish is an album by Frank Zappa, originally released as a triple album box set on Barking Pumpkin Records in It was billed as a cast recording for a proposed musical of the same name, which was ultimately not produced by Zappa, but later performed partially in .
  8. Oct 27,  · "Of all of Frank Zappa's discography, Thing-Fish must be his most controversial, misunderstood, overlooked album. Obviously, it is not a masterpiece, but reducing it to a compilation album .
  9. This album was preceeded by the Thing-Fish project coming to visual fruition via a 'Hustler' magazine pictorial spread, April , financed by Larry Flynt. It featured 'Ample Annie', who had an act 'Slutty Suzy' & 'Sluts Are Us' and was selected for the promotional feature by Zappa. An 'On Broadway' Musical poster also appeared. See images.

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