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WPLJ - Frank Zappa - Does Humor Belong In Music? (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 14,  · Does Humor Belong in Music? is a one-hour Frank Zappa concert video composed of live performances at The Pier in New York City (August 26, ) along with a.
  2. All selections by Frank Zappa, published by The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Munchkin Music (ASCAP), except "Trouble Every Day" published by The Zappa Family Trust d/b/a Frank Zappa Music (BMI). "Cock-Sucker's Ball" is an arrangement made from an acapella bootleg recording by the Clovers with no writer or publisher credits/5(42).
  3. In Frank Zappa's case, the answer is No. However, that doesn't stop him or his band from playing a great performance on his live album 'Does Humor Belong In Music?'/5(6).
  4. This is a list of albums by Frank Zappa, including all those credited to the Mothers of ecnaitertapirinlicukamemani.co his lifetime, Zappa released 62 albums. Since , the Zappa Family Trust has released 54 posthumous albums as of July , making a total of albums/album sets.
  5. Frank Zappa. Frank Vincent Zappa (December 21, – December 4, ) was an American composer, singer-songwriter, guitarist, recording engineer, record producer and film director. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Zappa wrote rock, jazz, orchestral and musique concrète works.
  6. 'Does Humor Belong in Music?' is a slightly inferior Zappa live-album. Too many tracks here rely on soloing, which often doesn't go anywhere interesting, Zappa barely integrated any bits (ironic given the title), the producion is worse than it is on other Zappa live .
  7. Jul 14,  · This album is another on in Frank’s catalog that had a confusing history, but since here is the best place to cover it, we will. Not to be confused with the home video release of the same name and vintage, Does Humor Belong In Music? is a compilation of live performances by the band, released only in Europe and exclusively on the brand spanking new CD format in January
  8. This is a cover of the song The 4 Deuces track of the same name. Recorded at T.T.G. Studios on July 24,

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