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Frank Zappa The Mothers Of Invention Absolutely Free 2LP Vinil 180 Gramas 50º Aniversário Pallas 2017 EU

Artista: Frank Zappa
Título: Absolutely Free
Número de Catálogo: ZR 3835-1
Editora: Verve
Reeditado por: Zappa Records
Código de Barras: 824302383513
Edição: Edição 50º Aniversário
Ano da edição original: 1967
Ano da reedição: 2017
Quantidade de discos: 2
Rotações por minuto: 33⅓ rpm
Tamanho do disco: 12"
Gramagem do Vinil: 180gr
Peso Total do Artigo: 541gr
País prensagem: Alemanha
Produzido para o Mercado de: EU
Adicionado ao catálogo em: 6 Dezembro, 2017
Colecção: Frank Zappa Official Release
Nota: Nunca elegível para descontos adicionais
Vinyl Gourmet Club: Não


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Preço Unitário (c/ IVA): 28,53 €

Referência: ZP333835GF

Disponibilidade: Em Stock Pronto Para Envio



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O Zappa Family Trust marca o 50º Aniversário de Absolutely Free, o album de Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention com enorme carga poítica, com uma nova edição expandida exclusiva em vinil. Esta versão 2LP vinil 180 gramas inclui o album original masterizado por Bernie Grundman a partir das masters analógicas originais, e um segundo disco com 20 minutos de material inédito.

 

 

  • Edição 50º Aniversário
  • 2 LP Vinil 180 Gramas
  • Corte a partir da Master Tape Original de 1967
  • Masterizado por Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Capa Gatefold com Complete Libretto de 18 Páginas
  • Prensagem na Pallas da Alemanha
  • Gravura Laser no lado 4
  • 20 minutos música adicional inédita
  • Frank Zappa Records Official Release #2

 

 

The Zappa Family Trust marks the 50th anniversary of Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention’s politically-charged, envelope-pushing sophomore album, Absolutely Free, with an expanded vinyl-exclusive edition via Zappa Records/UMe. This double 180-gram LP version includes the original record mastered by Bernie Grundman cut directly from the original analog master tapes and a second disc with 20 minutes of rare and unreleased bonus material, including the "Why Don’tcha Do Me Right?"/"Big Leg Emma" single as well as vintage remixes, and radio ads from The Vault on side one and a laser etching of Zappa’s visage from the album cover on side two. The package features Zappa’s original layout and a reproduction of the rare, highly sought-after "libretto," an 18-page booklet with a foreword by FZ and lyrics to all the compositions, that was offered only by mail order when originally released.


Released 50 years ago on May 26, 1967 on Verve Records, Absolutely Free was the Mothers of Invention’s follow-up to their landmark debut album, Freak Out! Brash, challenging and exhilarating, the record was revolutionary as it pushed the limits of what an album could be. A pop culture pastiche, the album leaps through genres – from psychedelic pop and progressive rock to free-form jazz and avant-garde noise to doo-wop and garage rock, often in the same composition as on album highlight "Brown Shoes Don’t Make It," and is filled with Zappa’s trademark biting political and social satire. Hailed by All Music as a "fabulously inventive record" that is "by turns hilarious, inscrutable, and virtuosically complex," the record is divided into two "oratorios" or song suites – "Absolutely Free" and "The M.O.I. American Pageant"– and is rife with complex instrumentation, cutting edge experimentation and unconventional editing.


Produced by Tom Wilson (Bob Dylan, The Velvet Underground, Sun Ra), who first worked with the band on Freak Out! the year prior, Absolutely Free featured an expanded cadre of musicians working with Zappa and vocalist Ray Collins and included Jim Fielder on guitar, Roy Estrada on bass, Don Preston on keyboards, Bunk Gardner on woodwinds, and drummers Jim Black and Billy Mundi. The album was recorded the week before Thanksgiving, November 1966 in Los Angeles at the Sunset-Highland Studios of T.T.G. Inc., in a series of four sessions. It was edited and re-mixed in New York City at the MGM Studios in five sessions the following week. In Clash’s appreciation of the record, they exclaimed: "Amidst this high-brow inspiration and aggressive musical arrangement we have beautiful passages of melody, laugh-out-loud lyrics about vegetables and lacerating cynicism. Nonconformist, comedic and maverick, Absolutely Free establishes Zappa as a fantastical musical mutineer and pioneering bandleader."


As Zappa wrote in the "libretto," "The music of the MOTHERS speaks of the feelings of what might be described as THE VAST MINORITY. The feelings of the people on the fringe of everything... the ones who don’t care if they’re IN or OUT... don’t care if they’re HIP, HEP, SWINGIN’ or ZORCH. This is the audience the MOTHERS want to reach... those few have the power within themselves to cause or motivate social change but have never used it for one reason or another. If you are reading this and understand it (even if you have short hair and watch TV 18 hours a day), it is time that you realized WHO and WHAT YOU ARE. It is time you realized what the words to our songs mean."


50 years later Absolutely Free resonates as strong as ever and has proven itself to be prescient and wildly ahead of its time.

 

 

Músicos:


Frank Zappa, guitarra, Voz
Ray Collins, voz, tambourine, PRUNE
Jim Fielder, guitarra, piano
Don Preston, teclados
Bunk Gardner, woodwinds
Roy Estrada, bass, vozes
Jim Black, bateria, vozes 
Billy Mundi, bateria, percussão

 

Lista de Faixas:


LP 1 Lado A
1. Plastic People
2. The Duke of Prunes
3. Amnesia Vivace
4. The Duke Regains His Chops
5. Call Any Vegetable
6. Invocation And Ritual Dance Of The Young Pumpkin
7. Soft-Sell Conclusion


LP 1 Lado B
1. America Drinks
2. Status Back Baby
3. Uncle Bernie's Farm
4. Son Of Suzy Creamcheese
5. Brown Shoes Don't Make It
6. America Drinks & Goes Home


LP 2 Lado C - Bonus Content:
1. Absolutely Free Radio Ad #1
2. Why Don'tcha Do Me Right
3. Big Leg Emma
4. Absolutely Free Radio Ad #2
5. "Glutton For Punishment..."
6. America Drinks - 1969 Re-Mix
7. Brown Shoes Don't Make It - 1969 Re-Mix
8. America Drinks & Goes Home - 1969 Re-Mix


LP 2 Lado D:
Laser Etching

 

 


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