I recently picked up Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life, hoping to get a good taste of Scott Thunes' abilities. I've heard good things about him, though up to this point my interest in the Zappa discography was mainly in his 70's bands. While I like the track selection and the competency of the band, this is the first Zappa recording I ran into that is so "bass-lite" - Thunes sounds buried beneath the rest of the band. I don't know if it had something to do with the way they recorded, but the bass just doesn't come through much at all, even in comparison to the Grand Wazoo lineup. So I'm wondering what recordings do better justice to Thunes, preferably from a live performance.