Good god, get off the bus!
Zappa + some rants. What of it?
Good god, get off the bus!
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"I remember working with Frank Zappa for the first time. I had just moved out to Los Angeles, and nobody knew me. I was 21. I went out to the Rainbow Bar and Grill, and Brian May was there. I couldn’t believe it. I mustered up every little bit of courage and went up to him and said, ‘Thank you so much for everything you’ve done. I play guitar. I’m here in town with Frank Zappa.’ He said ‘Oh really? Why don’t you come down to our rehearsal?’
I went down and he brought me up on the stage, and he let me play the guitar that he built with his dad [the “Red Special”]. I couldn’t even believe that I was touching this instrument! He was so kind and so warm, and for who? This kid, you know? And I played his guitar, and it sounded like Steve Vai. Then when he played it, it sounded just like Brian May. It was very apparent to me that his tone is in his fingers and his head."
Steve Vai on meeting Brian May for the 1st time [X] (via classic-rock-fanatic1993)
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auroraborealissandwich:

Valentina Formisano
Vinyl Review Project: Derailroaded- Larry "Wild Man" Fisher
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whatisdereklisteningto:

The first (and, in my opinion, maybe the best) of the six two-disc volumes of Frank Zappa’s You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore series, and maybe one of the strongest albums in Zappa’s catalog as a whole. No one else quite did “live albums” the way Zappa did live albums.
You can’t do that on stage anymore, but you can buy it on Amazon.com!

We were listening to this on the drive home the other day :)
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nanozen:

Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention