From the liner notes: "The music on this album was recorded over a period of about 5 months from October 1967 to February 1968. Things that sound like a full orchestra were carefully assembled, track by track through a procedure known as over-dubbing. The weird middle section of DOG BREATH (after the line "Ready to attack") has forty tracks built into it. Things that sound like trumpets are actually clarinets played through an electric device made by Maestro with a setting labeled Oboe D'Amore and sped up a minor third with a V.S.O. (variable speed oscillator). Other peculiar sounds were made on a Kalamazoo electric organ. The only equipment at our disposal for the modification of these primary sounds was a pair of Pultec Filters, two Lan Equalizers, and three Melchor Compressors built into the board at Apostolic Studios in New York. The board itself is exceptionally quiet and efficient (the only thing that allowed us to pile up so many tracks) and is the product of Mr Lou Lindauer's imagination & workmanship. The material was recorded on a prototype Scully 12 track machine at 30 ips. The whole project was engineered by Richard Kunc or Dynamite Dick, as he is known to the trade. Special engineering credits go to Jerry Hansen for the percussion effects added later at Sunset Sound in L.A., and to our friend Mike in Copenhagen for the tapes he sent us."
"The words to the songs on this album were scientifically prepared from a random series of syllables, dreams, neuroses & private jokes that nobody except the members of the band ever laugh at, and other irrelevant material. They are all very serious & loaded with secret underground candy-rock psychedelic profundities. (Basically this is an instrumental album.)"
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Uncle Meat is the fifth studio album by the Mothers of Invention, released as a double album in 1969. Uncle Meat was originally developed as a part of No Commercial Potential, a project which spawned three other albums sharing a conceptual connection: We're Only in It for the Money, Lumpy Gravy and Cruising with Ruben & the Jets. The album also served as a soundtrack album to a proposed science fiction film which would not be completed, though a direct-to-video film containing test footage from the. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Mothers Of Invention. Zappa states on this release: The words to the songs on this album were scientifically prepared from a random series of syllables, dreams, neuroses & private jokes that nobody except members of the band ever laugh at, and other irrelevant material. Just three years into their recording career, the Mothers of Invention released their second double album, Uncle Meat, which began life as the largely instrumental soundtrack to an unfinished film. It's essentially a transitional work, but it's a fascinating one, showcasing Frank Zappa's ever-increasing compositional dexterity and the Mothers' emerging instrumental prowess. From The Mothers of Invention's 1969 album 'Uncle Meat' Personnel: FZ-guitar, low. on Dog Breath & The Uncle Meat Variations Pamela Zarubica-Suzy Creamcheese. Frank Zappa - Dog Breath in the Year of the Plague - Продолжительность: 4:00 TheCreepsAreAlright 35 Meat was the last studio album released while The Mothers of Invention were still together as a band, well at least it was recorded while they were a band. Zappa would release Weasel Ripped My Flesh and Burnt Weeny Sandwich after the band was disbanded. Jimmy Carl Black talks to Zappa about why The Mothers of Invention donīt make money than they do, and when he gets to the part where he says: Weīre starving man, This ing band is starving, you can really hear the desperation in his voice. This is a good example of how many rock musicians live. On the brink of economic collapse. ProducedComposedArranged by Frank Zappa. The Mothers of Invention: Frank Zappa: guitar, low grade vocals, percussion. Ray Collins: swell vocals. Jimmy Carl Black: drums, droll humor, poverty. The music on this album was recorded over a period of about 5 months from October 1967 to February 1968. Things that sound like a full orchestra were carefully assembled, track by track through a procedure known as over-dubbing. The weird middle section of DOG BREATH after the line , Ready to attack has forty tracks built into it. Uncle Meat was the second two-album set from the Mothers, and very different from the first. The first, Freak Out, was also the group's debut effort. The two disks broke out very neatly the first was a collection of songs structured along traditional lines featuring decidedly non-traditional themes and lyrics. The second, which got very little airplay, was much more experimental, foreshadowing inspired lunacy to come. As with all music by Zappa and Mothers Of Invention, you simply have to embrace in its totality - mad as a March hare, brilliant, and absolutely unique. Read more. 10 people found this helpful. Album 1969 31 Songs. Uncle Meat. The Mothers of Invention. Rock 1969. Uncle Meat: Main Title Theme. The Voice of Cheese. Текст песни: FZ: Hello Welcome to Carnegie Hall, ladies and gentlemen. I hate to ask you this, but if you could just be patient for a couple of minutes while we tune up the synthesizers itll sound better Howard: Ay. Frank Zappa. Released April 21, 1969. Uncle Meat Tracklist. Uncle Meat: Main Title Theme Lyrics. About Uncle Meat. This the fifth, and final before the break up, album released by The Mothers of Invention. It was released through BizarreReprise on April 21, 1969 as a double album. It was meant to be the soundtrack to a film, that was sadly never finished. The album was recorded from October 1967 to February 1968, the exceptions being the CD bonus tracks. Made up of both live and studio material, Uncle Meat has been praised by critics for the diversity of its compositions, the virtuosity of its performances, and its innovations in audio effects
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