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7 thoughts on “ Willie The Pimp Part One - Frank Zappa / The Mothers - Fillmore East, June 1971

  1. Fillmore East - June , an Album by The Mothers. Released 2 August on Bizarre (catalog no. MS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock, Rock, Comedy Rock. Featured peformers: Frank Zappa (guitar, producer, aka_text voice role_id aka_text), Mark Volman (lead vocals, aka_text voice role_id aka_text), Howard Kaylan (lead vocals, aka /5(44).
  2. On the Canadian and European vinyl issues, the last track on side 1, part one "Willie the Pimp", ends cold instead of fading out as on the US vinyl. Except the Greek version: Greek Vinyl. From Ryan Davenport: The Greek version of Fillmore East - June is a bit different than I expected. Unlike the other European releases, "Willie the Pimp.
  3. Fillmore East - June August 2nd The Mothers. Zappa Records. 1. Little House I Used To Live In. 2. The Mud Shark. 3. What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are. 4. Bwana Dik. 5. Latex Solar Beef. 6. Willie The Pimp Part One. 7. Willie The Pimp Part Two. 8. Do You Like My New Car? Share; Tweet +1.
  4. Jan 20,  · The best (non-bootleg) live recording of the "Flo and Eddie" era Mothers. This reissue on Zappa Records is superior to the Rykodisc CD released in the s. Being mastered from the original stereo master the sound is much fuller. Every nuance of the performance comes through. Also, "Willie the Pimp, part two" /5(96).
  5. Frank Zappa & The Mothers - Fillmore East - June Artist: Frank Zappa & The Mothers Title: Fillmore East - June Year Of Release: Label: Rykodisc Genre: Fusion, Jazz Rock, Comedy Rock Quality: MP3/ kbps Total Time: Total Size: MB(+3%) WebSite 6 Willie The Pimp Part One 7 Do You Like My New Car? 8 Author: Frank Zappa & The Mothers.
  6. Fillmore East – June was a live concept-like album. It was a peek-behind-the-curtain of the life of a rock band on the road as narrated by Frank Zappa, and contains many thematic elements that, because of time and budget constraints, couldn't be included in the similar movie Motels.
  7. As an enduring work, Fillmore East: June is a mixed bag, but it does represent the peak of the Flo & Eddie edition of the psychedelic.barnmezigrelvigor.infoinfo of the songs are essentially comedy routines set to music, often dealing with the life of a touring rock musician and, of course, the various opportunities for sexual adventure therein; in one scenario, Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan reprise their Turtles 6/

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