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    Posted 8 years ago

    RobVee
    (15 items)

    It was great to find this in a thrift store for $1, but even cooler that it was a yellow label mono Promo DJ copy on top of that! In good shape and plays great.

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    1. rockbat, 5 years ago
      AWESOME, GREAT ALBUM. My first Zappa album.
    2. artfoot artfoot, 4 years ago
      Everybody's first Zappa album.
      I knew this was here so I didn't start my Mothers posting with this album. I can't resist adding a few comments.
      This album blew minds in the '60s. It expanded our consciousness. It was a hint to what would be possible in rock & roll. Frank never thought of himself as a "rock'n'roll-er". He used rock as a vehicle for his serious musical interests. We didn't care - we loved it anyway.

      Originally, the band was called just THE MOTHERS but the label objected and Frank conceded to add OF INVENTION to the name.

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