17 Burst results for "Frank Zappa"

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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05:32 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"Show to me. Slow and you go you know. Go learn that right so then subsequent occasion i went up there and i said hey you remember that thing you showed me. He goes what night. Go that thing that goes on. Yeah yeah. I remember when i go. Well what should i do with it. And he says well add this you show me another part fish around for it a little bit.

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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06:01 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"Was completely different thing.

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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04:18 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"This is what was interesting to frank..

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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05:42 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"It's it's significant song because first of all it appears twice on the same album once without vocals and once with vocals so obviously frank felt it was important enough to take to entire Song slots for that album. And it's absolutely one of the most gorgeous pieces i ever heard. And it morphed into so many different versions in german in english song by howard and mark the former turtles way.

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"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"Always sketching. He was always interested in writing and when he started writing when he was in his teens. It's because he said it was because he liked the way it looked and when he heard it he was horrified so then it became a challenge of like. How do you get to write but you like it because the way it looks. How do you get to write it. So that sounds good. And it reflects some real Musical idea that you're interested in and then basically it's very time consuming to write stuff that you're never going to hear so in other words if you've got a lot of stuff that you've written and you're already thinking in terms of collage anyway. It just means you can shuffle that together in some way or right bridges between it. That makes it easier so that if somebody hires you to do something you got a lot of stuff that's already in the can so to speak. There's a build real of notes that are put together some sort of compositional element for you ever party to that.

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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04:01 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"With part two of dangerous.

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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01:44 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"The good news is that. Because these tapes are stored in this vault. And it's you know climate control. They actually play in terms of what you have to work with. Does it fall into kind of broad categories that live performances anew studio stuff. That's there's mostly live tapes in here And then there's Build real individual performances franquet Handpick and sequence into a possible record. You never know. There's not as many Like compositions like songs that Nobody knows about you. Know there's not. There's not a lot of like released compositions or songs. Now you know like one would be For instance a song called portuguese lunar landing which was being rehearsed and messed around with in nineteen seventy five and i found Some rehearsal tapes that have them basically building that song I haven't ever found yet a actual performance from the beginning to end all the way through. But what i can do is i can listen to the rehearsal tapes and get the sections that were played right at them all in sequence. And then you have a full performance of the song even if it's not a full performance it's on the real so that you know Pop up every once in a while and that's really exciting when that happens and another thing too is that He was recording a lot of his guitar. Solos a lot throughout the mid seventies because every time he would do a guitar solo in an improvisational section of of a show or.

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"In their living rooms with blue hair and they're playing their little four mallet marimba music so right there. It was ridiculous to hear that own them. Absurd an-.

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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02:44 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"And i don't want to embarrass myself and completely get tangled up but that piece came out of just doodling around on the guitar a..

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

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02:12 min | 4 months ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Ideas

"Joe travers drummer and volt meister of zappa archives. I'm going to go away now. Let them do the talking for the rest of the if you get lost occasionally don't worry about it we'll be somewhere else in a minute bomb of marching a song in my mind. They're all hits but then again.

"frank zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

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"frank zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Maybe made stronger. And that's another one of those Kind of crazy things that blew up over nearly nothing well chef mountain out of a fall demanded. I apologize for my police now. I guess not too many Americans who will stand up to an organization like that and say now match you look at the way politicians cave-in whenever the That lobby shift a hold of them. They question their boots from camp. Wow Dershowitz was on the radio. Last night he was saying somebody call I think was on Larry King. Somebody called and said would you think about running for the Senate Massachusetts and he said he said politicians are not free to say what they want and I like to say what I wanted with always liked the people that he represents a switch account ludik scholar so he was before he became a lawyer. I think that he's got a lot of depth taft His appreciation for the constitution is really quite fundamental. I'm always interested in what he has to say. I think that he does say what's on his mind. I don't always agree with it. But this is a guy with a brain and I'm glad that Chastity on television because there are too few guys with brains any place on television to think you're intimidating people. Sure I take it. Is that good? You know which is the fact. I wondered if that works to your advantage or disadvantage depending on the situation. I mean I'm really not One of these guys and thinks about power lunch or whether cycle psychological advantage over. Somebody don't deal in that world and I really do. I am what I am. You'll like it fine. Don't to find. Two people. Were usually intimidated by me. If they can ever get over it and wind up liking goosing. Most people don't know that's also a factor in the statistical fact the what they do know about me as a product of what they've either read about heard about mayor or something so very little of that has to do with reality. It's possible that any Imitating aspect of my personality is a figment of their imagination. Not Suffering projected. I think you're right there. You're probably Has Misunderstood as anybody selected things that are are set a written about you remember I think it was Dave Barry. The humor columnist for the Miami Herald. Wrote something about your appearance before Congress and said that I think he said well in general you know he agreed with what you had to say. Said you're also a guy who wrote who wants Wrote a song about having sex with the root of bega all that volume of accurate. Yeah I I think he was joking but I like that idea for a song in the book you Said there are several reasons why music has never really been explained in the press for one thing. People don't care how it works why it works and I care so can you explain it well. I think that it's GonNa rely on the book that there's probably a better explanation more detail than there and grow have been answered off a tough precise coming. That's in the book with also say in the book Not a Virtuoso Guitar Player. That you still have to look at the neck to see what you're playing Which comes as something of surprise to at least to me because Always thought of you as a you know as one more amazing guitar players fair about what I play that I managed to get away with it. Well let's let's Lot Of wiggling your fingers and hoping that you get it right involved. I really virtual silver. I can't breathe and I I don't practice I can't play anything. Virtuosos can play anything and I can play what I imagined like action. There's something interesting about what I play. It has more to do with Badgen. So how does that work? Do you see her at in your head. Or you're thinking about the sound that you'd like to create and then you go about trying to create. Well it's situational and it's also a wage forth like if you have to have an optimum environment motor the player really good solo because collective Expression you you are at the mercy of the ruling section if they are that's into with what you're doing and had the desire to make what you're doing sound good then you can produce good music if they're just scrambling through their day Then no matter what you play it's GonNa come fast with Mesh with rhythm section. Okay let me give you a song if I can. If you can tell me how. How BLACK NAPKINS ONE? That I'm real interested in had it had that come out was a piece that I wrote. And that's A planned music solo itself as an improvisation.

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"frank zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"That have been placed in just do the imagination our perception for people who like what I do and I have no intention or desire to let them down helped her always stand up for what I believe John Glenn in the past longest. It's about thirty years now. You've been doing this a loss if gone from twenty five now okay. Twenty five years time from being kind of outlined in a way to sort of I guess respectable for lack of a better word to name the between being on Johnny Carson testifying before Congress What does that say? Well first of all I think you're Evaluation is not correct. Okay because I doubt whether I'm respectable but there are people expect me and there's a difference there say that the mainstream press does not finally respectful at all. They can to make sure that. I never become that way. One of the reasons why. It's difficult for me to trust anything for every depressed because I have respectable and always have been a member of the mainstream press is this and I find your respectable. I'm thinking I didn't find you. Can you know all that outlandish When other people were freaking out over what you were doing your your maybe mark. Different than the guy who owns the newspaper workforce? That's the point. I would imagine that. Made the top down the street up. What's really happened to this? Country never really gets reported because filtration system and In College with one phone call from one of the big guys to another one of the big guys certain stories disappear and other stories of importance become world news time spent the last five or six years. They pretty deeply involved. The match went to Washington testified to just got a whiff of her. Weren't you treated You know they weren't given an incredible amount of credence going before Congress from the news media not really. Because here's what happened I testified maybe forty minutes took spreads.

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"frank zappa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's frank zappa transformed in nikki lease as the filthy fifteen francs spoke at the parents basic resource center senate hearing called the mercedes actions censorship there was a clip that i saw i was we were talking before we turn the microphones on that was one of the first clips i watched was his actual senate hearing on youtube like the first days of youtube do you agree with that censorship yes very much it was definitely censorship it was a group of people that that decided for everyone what was deemed inappropriate and putting it on a list and much of the music is its lyrics are often misinterpreted and they went down in history as being you know a lot of a lot of what they deemed inappropriate was actually just a misinterpretation though to be fair there are there are age restrictions on filmed what why shouldn't there be age restrictions when it comes to music i think in that case i mean there is a group of people that decide the restrictions in films these that's what they do they sort of visual so if there's nudity that it's you know it's something that can't be interpreted it is it's a new scene or it's profanity and there's a they're that's their job is to sort of come up with a rating system for that in this case again it's all about the misinterpretation and the fact that it's a slippery slope it it goes in never know what is going to fend somebody something that another group may not find offensive as offensive to somebody and so when that it just starts a whole series where where you're just you don't know when it's going to end you've also said that the suppression of music by the pierre mercy is quote the origin of things still going on today so this isn't just a an artifact of the eighty s this is something we're still feeling today how so i think it's expanded to include political views i mean there are there are so many instances of of bands and artists the being silenced and kept off the radio or not being given visas simply because of their political views but more so their lyrics have you cleaned anything about because i know you.

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"frank zappa" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"First light in his first hole these wrongdoers riot it was frank zappa that kee m d knowing now bill bull sujaswin billing it to renew and o'malley to what they do always remember you will be cool ji jesus com used musleh chateau germany are is there in terms of the mixture blog about which is it should on every day i make hit swansea which are gone every day with when asked what should on monday calmer type wake went up which you're going to be featured on a love beloved one us which t t turner trouble up one i foot should on them i think you should be covered now quit classics which should a flip in when i'm like i'm doing gymnastics year the pick to change them and some may supergun beacon bad shit guess fairly who trekked shortages will total she medium a plastic happy twice hit the studio quality portraits of bodies aim twenty samper me to hope surely gonna make pool c jet like a sabbath day iraq and cheyenne chat with a wake up like a boost lying why y k game okay applause maoist abhu flames she is i don't say then rick remedy when i hit by gaba showed his new a new shares shares which and that because it should on every day you will make his so it should go on it batega newly great point not such an on wanting comitology quake when a switch adorn switching on let me switch it on your home aleppo loved one switch it on tv turner trump pullup one that's what should on you michael bits what's what should on dilma should i choose to fan aboard the pit on amid been like a ball summer money second complaining i'm addicted to the green nine giving newark penn when a get if on the black alight tacoma money janney on this which you're donald trump's have been on any murder when his because person's like a semi observer data's days why would never touch a danny boyle you'd have added a betcha shortage twenty by fax.

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"frank zappa" Discussed on RobinLynne

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02:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on RobinLynne

"First light in his first hole these wrongdoers riot it was frank zappa that kee m d knowing now bill bull sujaswin billing it to renew and o'malley to what they do always remember you will be cool ji jesus com used musleh chateau germany are is there in terms of the mixture blog about which is it should on every day i make hit swansea which are gone every day with when asked what should on monday calmer type wake went up which you're going to be featured on a love beloved one us which t t turner trouble up one i foot should on them i think you should be covered now quit classics which should a flip in when i'm like i'm doing gymnastics year the pick to change them and some may supergun beacon bad shit guess fairly who trekked shortages will total she medium a plastic happy twice hit the studio quality portraits of bodies aim twenty samper me to hope surely gonna make pool c jet like a sabbath day iraq and cheyenne chat with a wake up like a boost lying why y k game okay applause maoist abhu flames she is i don't say then rick remedy when i hit by gaba showed his new a new shares shares which and that because it should on every day you will make his so it should go on it batega newly great point not such an on wanting comitology quake when a switch adorn switching on let me switch it on your home aleppo loved one switch it on tv turner trump pullup one that's what should on you michael bits what's what should on dilma should i choose to fan aboard the pit on amid been like a ball summer money second complaining i'm addicted to the green nine giving newark penn when a get if on the black alight tacoma money janney on this which you're donald trump's have been on any murder when his because person's like a semi observer data's days why would never touch a danny boyle you'd have added a betcha shortage twenty by fax.

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"frank zappa" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"frank zappa" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Having a hedge which you know i could where the dirty denim that sick and he's so he comes up to me and we were kind of towels and he's like guns n' roses and i gather awesome because you'll love this any hands mia recorded cassette of and justice for all okay i metallica and he's banco metallic he's like they kicked rose acid among for okay so i went and and before this you know i was i was exposed the beatles and stones and unlike frank zappa from my father sure so i propose in stuff yeah for sure but you know just different rock and roll i put this and in a black incomes on and just blew my mind noses like it almost borderlines scared me i was like oh my god so then you know diving into what's metallic all about in an asking questions people like older like brothers of friends were blocked off you wanna send metallic you have to listen to master puppets that employed to me in that direction so i kinda then backtracked and then you know soon thereafter black i'm came out so i was kind of in the middle of it so i found through and justice for all so when you went back to ride master did you find that better than justice did it did it i like riding right en masse or better than best i'd love and just wrong but i like riding masters because it's interesting 'cause you started backtrack when we kind of came in like i only had to backtrack to kill him all after i lining but to see the progression of the band as they went further and further you like you said you could just see and i was with them like a white like there were the dillon's that would like you know than when justice came out i had guys i worked with that the record store leg now now they really sold a nineminute songs messiah secret i loved justice i like that record a lot to me the tipping point was the blackout i even like some of the black record i love it now at the time i hated it because of all yes also.

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