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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by NoiseNinja, Jun 29, 2012.
Is that the one that belonged to mike_v_s?
Used to love that album than one and "Lick My Decals off." My friends used to try and stop me when I aproached the record player. It was always The Mothers of Invention, Beefheart, the Fugs or Pink Floyd in the Syd Barrett days. In fact I still get the same reaction, I love spontanious and Sprit Filled music like "Deep Calls" by Keith and Sauna Luker, "Live Prophetic Music from the Forge" and "Blisstronica" by Winnie Banov. Also "Relentless" by Misty Edwards but I don't get many complaints about that one.
Trout Mask Replica truly is the greatest album ever made.
Though I'm also partial to Doc At The Radar Station.
Everyone else I know can't stand Beefheart, though.
Gotta love Lick My Decals Off Baby!
I saw Beefheart during the Doc At The Radar Station tour in 1980 and it was far and away my favorite show ever.
The backing track was an outtake of something Zappa had done with Roy Estrada on bass and Art Tripp on drums. Antennae Jimmy Semens phoned in the hysterical vocal.
Tom Waits once called TMR "the high jump record that will never be beaten".
I was part of a Beefheart tribute concert last year in NYC. It is all on you tube. The musicians nailed it 100 percent. Best gig of my life and i got to play on 5 tunes.
Search for Beefheart Bowery Poetry Club on You Tube.
Bass lines has a different funkl to them than any other music.
It's part of Didja Get Any Onya?, from Weasels Ripped My Flesh.
You can hear it at 3:42
Aha! Thanks for that piece of info.
I see WRMF only came out in 1970, whilst TMR was 1969. Guess it goes to show something of how Frank managed his material.
Mike, where are you?