I have been collecting vinyl for ...Holy Crap!...54 ish years...The young peckerheads that are following the revitalized trend are effing up the pricing...just sayin'...I bought a Rodney Crowell debut last night,, last week I picked up some...one was a NM of Safe as Milk by Captain Beefheart at $20 a deal comparatively...thrilled i was...
Most people only think of the raunchy and satirical material when they hear the name Frank Zappa. It is his instrumentals and arrangements that show his genius. Very odd time signatures at times, and if you were in his band, you HAD to be a very good musician. His guitar playing was unique, expressive, and phenominal. Best live shows ever.
Correctamundne of my favorites is Burnt Weenie Sandwich.After the doo-wop opener there is some astonishing playing.Never was a fan of his juvenile humor and would have liked it more if he had concentrated on more music like that.
It's all good...it was just his irreverent contrasted with such amazing time signatures, guitar playing and wacky yet taskmaster compositions...breadth of expression...compositions all...Why Pour the Lemon Juice?