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The albums focus exclusively on Frank Zappa as a guitar soloist, and the tracks are predominantly live recordings from to ; they highlight Zappa's improvisational skills with "beautiful performances from the backing group as well". Intwo different projects were Dinah-Moe Humm - Frank Zappa - Over-Nite Sensation (CD, beginning with The Man from Utopiaa rock-oriented work.
The album is eclectic, featuring the vocal-led "Dangerous Kitchen" and "The Jazz Discharge Party Hats", both continuations of the sprechstimme excursions on Tinseltown Rebellion.
The second album, London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. A second record of these sessions, London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. II was released in The material was recorded under a tight schedule with Zappa providing all funding, helped by the commercial success of "Valley Girl". One reason is "Strictly Genteel", which was recorded after the trumpet section had been out for drinks on a break: the track took 40 edits to hide out-of-tune notes.
Conductor Nagano, who was pleased with the experience, noted that "in fairness to the orchestra, the music is humanly very, very difficult". Although critically acclaimed the work was a financial failure, and only performed twice.
It was there Zappa delivered his famous "Bingo! For the remainder of his career, much of Zappa's work was influenced by his use of the Synclavier as a compositional and performance tool. Even considering the complexity of the music he wrote, the Synclavier could realize anything he could dream up. Inhe released four albums. Boulez Conducts Zappa: The Perfect Stranger contains orchestral works commissioned and conducted by celebrated conductor, composer and pianist Pierre Boulez who was listed as an influence on Freak Out!
These were juxtaposed with premiere Synclavier pieces. Again, Zappa was not satisfied with the performances of his orchestral works, regarding them as under-rehearsed, but in the album liner notes he respectfully thanks Boulez's demands for precision. The album Thing-Fish was an ambitious three-record set in the style of a Broadway play dealing with a dystopian "what-if" scenario involving feminism, homosexuality, manufacturing and distribution of the AIDS virus, and a eugenics program conducted by the United States government.
Francesco Zappaa Synclavier rendition of works by 18th-century composer Francesco Zappawas also released in AroundZappa undertook a comprehensive re-release program of his earlier vinyl recordings.
Except for one live guitar solo "St. Etienne"the album exclusively featured compositions brought to life by the Synclavier. Zappa's last tour in a rock and jazz band format took place in with a piece group which had a repertoire of over mostly Zappa compositions, but which split under acrimonious circumstances before the tour was completed. Recordings from this tour also appear on the album Trance-Fusion. InZappa was diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer.
The disease had been developing unnoticed for ten years and was considered inoperable. Shortly before his death in he completed Civilization Phaze IIIa major Synclavier work which he had begun in the s. InZappa was chosen to be one of four featured composers at the Frankfurt Festival in the others were John CageKarlheinz Stockhausenand Alexander Knaifel.
Although ill, he invited them to Los Angeles for rehearsals of new compositions and new arrangements of older material. In Septemberthe concerts went ahead as scheduled but Zappa could only appear at two in Frankfurt due to illness. At the first concert, he conducted the opening "Overture", and the final " G-Spot Tornado " as well as the theatrical "Food Gathering in Post-Industrial America, " and "Welcome to the United States" the remainder of the program was conducted by the ensemble's regular conductor Peter Rundel.
Zappa received a minute ovation. It was his last professional public appearance as the cancer was spreading to such an extent that he was in too much pain to enjoy an event that he otherwise found "exhilarating", Album). Zappa died from prostate cancer on December 4,17 days before his 53rd birthday at his home with his wife and children by his side.
At a private ceremony the following day, his body was buried in a grave at the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemeteryin Los Angeles.
The grave is unmarked. The general phases of Zappa's music have been variously categorized under experimental rock jazz classical avant-pop experimental pop comedy rock doo-wop  jazz fusion progressive rock proto-prog avant-jazz and psychedelic rock.
His own heterogeneous ethnic background, and the diverse social and cultural mix in and around greater Los Angeles, were crucial in the formation of Zappa as a practitioner of underground music and of his later distrustful and openly critical attitude towards "mainstream" social, political and musical movements. He frequently lampooned musical fads like psychedeliarock opera and disco.
Zappa's albums make extensive use of segued tracks, breaklessly joining the elements of his albums. Everything was connected, and musical themes and lyrics reappeared in different form on later albums. Zappa is widely recognized as one of the most significant electric guitar soloists.
In a issue of Guitar WorldJon Swenson declared: "the fact of the matter is that [Zappa] is one of the greatest guitarists we have and is sorely unappreciated as such. A November feature by the editors of Guitar Player magazine wrote: "Brimming with sophisticated motifs and convoluted rhythms, Zappa's extended excursions are more akin to symphonies than they are to guitar solos.
He was further described as using a wide variety of scales and modes, enlivened Dinah-Moe Humm - Frank Zappa - Over-Nite Sensation (CD "unusual rhythmic combinations". His left hand was capable of smooth legato technique, while Zappa's right was "one of the fastest pick hands in the business. In New York, Zappa increasingly used tape editing as a compositional tool. Zappa had begun regularly recording concerts, [nb 11] and because of his insistence on precise tuning and timing, he was able to augment his studio productions with excerpts from live shows, and vice versa.
He dubbed this process " xenochrony " strange synchronizations  —reflecting the Greek "xeno" alien or strange and "chronos" time.
Zappa was married to Kathryn J. Inhe married Adelaide Gail Sloatman. Following Zappa's death, his widow Gail created the Zappa Family Trust, which owns the rights to Zappa's music and other creative output: more than 60 albums were released during Zappa's lifetime and 40 posthumously.
Zappa stated, "Drugs do not become a problem until the person who uses the drugs does something to you, or does something that would affect your life that you don't want to have happen to you, like an airline pilot who crashes because he was full of drugs. While he disapproved of drug use, he criticized Album) War on Drugscomparing it to alcohol prohibitionand stated that the United States Treasury would benefit from the decriminalization and regulation of drugs.
I also believe that, in a democracy, government exists because and only so long as individual citizens give it a 'temporary license to exist'—in exchange for a promise that it will behave itself.
In a democracy, you own the government—it doesn't own you. In a interview, Zappa reported that he was a registered Democrat but added "that might not last long—I'm going to shred that".
Zappa was atheist. He felt disgust towards organized religion Christianity in particular because he believed that it promoted ignorance and anti-intellectualism. He held the view that the Garden of Eden story shows that the essence of Christianity is to oppose gaining knowledge. Zappa suggested that record labels were trying to get the bill passed quickly through committees, one of which was chaired by Senator Strom Thurmond, who was also affiliated with the PMRC.
Zappa further pointed out that this committee was being used as a distraction from that bill being passed, which would lead only to the benefit of a select few in the music industry. Zappa saw their activities as on a path towards censorship  : and called their proposal for voluntary labelling of records with explicit content "extortion" of the music industry.
The PMRC proposal is an ill-conceived piece of nonsense which fails to deliver any real benefits to children, infringes the civil liberties of people who are not children, and promises to keep the courts busy for years dealing with the interpretational and enforcemental problems inherent in the proposal's design.
It is my understanding that, in law, First Amendment issues are decided with a Album) for the least restrictive alternative. In this context, the PMRC's demands are the equivalent of treating dandruff by decapitation.
The establishment of a rating system, voluntary or otherwise, opens the door to an endless parade of moral quality control programs based on things certain Christians do not like. What if the next bunch of Washington wives demands a large yellow "J" on all material written or performed by Jews, in order to save helpless children from exposure to concealed Zionist doctrine?
Zappa had a controversial critical standing during his lifetime. But that's where the agreement ends. Some fans find his sophomoric jokes "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow" and pop music parodies "Sheik Yerbouti" a crucial counterbalance to the rarefied density of the music; other devotees find the jokes an irrelevant sideshow to music best appreciated in a chamber or orchestral setting.
The critics find the humor's smug iconoclasm a symptom of the essential emptiness of Zappa's intellectual exercises. The Rolling Stone Album Guide writes: "Frank Zappa dabbled in virtually all kinds of music—and, whether guised as a satirical rocker, jazz-rock fusionist, guitar virtuoso, electronics wizard, or orchestral innovator, his eccentric genius was undeniable. Inbiographer David Walley noted that "The whole structure of his music is unified, not neatly divided by dates or time sequences and it is all building into a composite".
He does beautiful, beautiful work It has been my luck to have lived to see the emergence of this totally new type of music.
Conductor Kent Nagano remarked in the same issue that "Frank is a genius. That's a word I don't use often In Frank's case it is not too strong He is extremely literate musically. I'm not sure if the general public knows that. There, it was written that "Frank Zappa was rock and roll's sharpest musical mind and most astute social critic.
He was the most prolific composer of his age, and he bridged genres—rock, jazz, classical, avant-garde and even novelty music—with masterful ease". Inthe U. National Recording Preservation Board included We're Only in It for the Money in the National Recording Registry as "Frank Zappa's inventive and iconoclastic album presents a unique political stance, both anti-conservative and anti-counterculture, and features a scathing satire on hippiedom and America's reactions to it".
Inhe was ranked at No. In the course of his career, Zappa was nominated for nine competitive Grammy Awardswhich resulted in two wins one posthumous. Inhe received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Many musicians, bands and orchestras from diverse genres have been influenced by Zappa's music. On the classical music scene, Tomas Ulrich,  Meridian Arts Ensemble Ensemble Ambrosius  and the Fireworks Ensemble  regularly perform Zappa's compositions and quote his influence.
Contemporary jazz musicians and composers Bill Frisell  and John Zorn  are inspired by Zappa, as is funk legend George Clinton. Other artists affected by Zappa include ambient composer Brian Eno  new age pianist George Winston electronic composer Bob Gluck parodist artist and disk jockey Dr. Scientists from various fields have honored Zappa by naming new discoveries after him.
Inpaleontologist Leo P. Plas, Jr. In the s, biologist Ed Murdy named a genus of gobiid fishes of New Guinea Zappawith a species named Zappa confluentus. Belgian biologists Bosmans and Bosselaers discovered in the early s a Cameroonese spider, which they in named Pachygnatha zappa because "the ventral side of the abdomen of the female of this species strikingly resembles the artist's legendary moustache". A gene of the bacterium Proteus mirabilis that causes urinary tract infections was in named zapA by three biologists from Maryland.
In their scientific article, they "especially thank the late Frank Zappa for inspiration Album) assistance with genetic nomenclature". Lescinsky discovered a metazoan fossil, and named it Spygori zappania to honor "the late Frank Zappa Before he was regarded as a symbol of democracy and freedom by many people in Czechoslovakia".
The choice of Zappa was explained as "a symbol that would mark the end of communism, but at the same time express that it wasn't always doom and gloom. Senate — a ceremony dedicating the replica was held, and the bust was unveiled at a library in the city.
Ina bronze bust was installed in German city Bad Doberanlocation of the Zappanale sincean annual music festival celebrating Zappa. During his lifetime, Zappa released 62 albums. Sincethe Zappa Family Trust has released 50 posthumous albums, making a total of albums. The current distributor of Zappa's recorded output is Universal Music Enterprises.
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Hungry Freaks Daddy. The opening track on Freak Out! The album has "consistently been voted as one of top greatest albums ever made". Peaches En Regalia. The opening track on Hot Rats is considered one of Zappa's most enduring compositions. One of Zappa's complex, percussion-based compositions featured on Zappa in New York. The single became a hit in non-English speaking countries and helped Sheik Yerbouti become a best-seller.
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Retrieved February 2, Pepper concept were unsettled, the album was released with the cover and back on the inside of the gatefold, while the actual cover and back were a picture of the group in a pose parodying the inside of the Beatles album. Zappa later released his version of excerpts from the concert on Playground Psychotics inincluding the jam track "Scumbag" and an extended avant-garde vocal piece by Ono originally called "Au"which Zappa renamed "A Small Eternity with Yoko Ono.
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Much of the album's lyrics deal with sex. On other topics, "I'm the Slime" criticizes television, and the playful and musically adventurous "Montana" describes moving to Montana to grow dental floss. The music of Over-Nite Sensation draws from rockjazz and pop music. The entire painting is depicted in a frame showing many sexual acts. The album initially received mixed reviews due to its lyrical content, which some critics found puerile.
Later reviews evaluated the album far better, with AllMusic writer Steve Huey writing, "Love it or hate it, Over-Nite Sensation was a watershed album for Frank Zappa, the point where his post-'60s aesthetic was truly established". The record was certified gold on November 9, Album - Billboard United States.
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