Would You Like A Snack? - Frank Zappa - 200 Motels (Reel-To-Reel, Album)

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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Motels on Discogs/5().
  • Because the Zappa Family Trust doesn’t own the rights to Frank’s movie, it’s been messed with by anyone and everyone who can legally or not release a version of Motels. The only solution is Blu Ray where films are scanned from the master reels and restored for the best picture possible/5().
  • Would You Like a Snack? Lyrics: Mark Volman (vocals) / Howard Kaylan (vocals) / Ian Underwood (keyboards, woodwinds) / Aynsley Dunbar (drums) / George Duke (keyboards, trombone) / .
  • Motels, an Album by Frank Zappa. Released 4 October on United Artists (catalog no. UAS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Modern Classical, Art Rock, Comedy Rock, Film Soundtrack. Featured peformers: Frank Zappa (guitar, bass, producer, composer, aka_text orchestration role_id aka_text, arranger), Mark Volman (vocals, photography), Howard Kaylan (vocals), Ian Underwood (keyboards, .
  • The soundtrack to Frank Zappa's strange early-'70s film Motels was always doomed to be a peripheral entry in his discography. The movie's story was not easy to follow, and neither is the record (not that plot was ever a big focus of the production). It's typically wacky Zappa of the era, with unpredictable sharp turns between crunchy rock bombast, orchestration, and jazz/classical.
  • MOTELS ( ALBUM) - MOTELS, THE SUITES: THE OVERALL PIECE OF ART. For much of his musical creativity in Zappa was focused on the scores for " Motels", the low budget movie from , about The Mothers of Invention on tour and everything that comes along with it.
  • Watch the video for Would You Like A Snack? from Frank Zappa's Motels for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  • May 20,  · Release Notes. Recorded February - March Cover illustration: David B. McMacken Liner Notes Background Information Conceptual Continuity. On the far right of the larger canvas of the Motels (triptych) by Dave McMacken there is a floating disembodied hand apparently pointing at Jesus Christ and Adolf Hitler in bondage gear, he later re-used a similar disembodied hand motif on .

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