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The Mothers Of Invention - Freaking Out In 1969 album download
Title: Freaking Out In 1969
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Style:Jazz-Rock, Avantgarde, Fusion
Released: 2013
MP3 album szie: 1382 mb
FLAC album size: 1275 mb

The Mothers of Invention was an American rock band from California. Formed in 1964, their work is marked by the use of sonic experimentation, innovative album art, and elaborate live shows. Originally an R&B band called the Soul Giants, the band's first lineup included Ray Collins, David Coronado, Ray Hunt, Roy Estrada and Jimmy Carl Black. Frank Zappa was asked to take over as the guitarist following a fight between Collins and Coronado, the band's original saxophonist/leader.

Opening with the nonconformist call to arms "Hungry Freaks, Daddy," Freak Out! quickly posits the Mothers of Invention as the antithesis of teen-idol bands, often with sneering mockeries of the teen-romance songs that had long been rock's commercial stock-in-trade. Despite his genuine emotional alienation and dissatisfaction with pop conventions, though, Frank Zappa was actually a skilled pop composer; even with the raw performances and his stinging guitar work, there's a subtle sophistication apparent in his unorthodox arrangements and tight, unpredictable melodicism.

The Mothers of Invention (1966 - Freak Out ) – 11. You re Probably Wondering Why I m Here. Frank Zappa, The Mothers Of Invention – Freak Out Zilofone. Mothers Of Invention (Zappa) – Any Way The Wind Blows. Frank Zappa You Can t Do That On Stage Anymore Vo. (1992) FZ & THE MOTHERS OF INVENTION 1965 - 1969 – 23 - Underground Freak Out Music. The Mothers Of Invention (Freak Out, 1966) – 8. You Didn t Try To Call Me. 3:00. Frank Zappa – I Ain t Got No Heart.

The Mothers of Invention were an American rock band from California that served as the backing musicians for Frank. Zappa insisted that they perform his original material, changing their name on Mothers Day to the Mothers. After record executives objected to the name it was changed. Zappa later said "out of necessity, we became the Mothers of Invention.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016. On August 20, 1969, ZAPPA disbanded THE MOTHERS. The most important members of the early MOTHERS OF INVENTION had been Frank ZAPPA (guitar, vocals, much more) Ray COLLINS (vocals), Jimmy Carl BLACK (the indian of the group, drums and percussion), Roy ESTRADA (bass, vocals), Don PRESTON (keyboards), Billy MUNDI (drums), Bunk GARDNER (winds), Jim 'Motorhead' SHERWOOD (winds), Ian UNDERWOOD (winds, piano) and Ruth UNDERWOOD (percussion). Freak Out!" is an authentic slice of history, a masterpiece of the sunrise of progressive music, and an essential title for a well rounded rock collection.

Album, 26 Июнь 1966, Verve Records. Album, 25 Май 1967, Verve Records. Side 1 - suite n. : absolutely free (1ST in a series of underground oratorios). 2. The Duke of Prunes. Compilation, 24 Март 1969, Bizarre-Reprise Records, Verve Records.


Toronto 1969
A1 Intro & Tune-Up
A2 Bacon Fat
A3 Lonely Lonely Nights
A4 Preamble
A5 Corrido Rock
A6 Pachuko Hop
A7 Behind The Sun
B1 Preamble
B2 A Pound For A Brown
B3 Sleeping In A Jar
C1 Charles Ives
D1 Preamble
D2 W.P.L.J.
D3 O In The Sky
D4 Preamble
D5 All Night Long
D6 Stuff Up The Cracks (Old Masters Version)
D7 Jerry Roll Gumdrop (Single Mix)
Appleton 1969
E1 Intro & Tune-Up
E2 Some Ballet Music
E3 Uncle Meat (Including Drum Duet)
F1 Eye Of Agamotto
F2 My Guitar Preamble
F3 My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama
F4 Clap & Vomit (Including Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Sexually Aroused Gas Mask, Meditation, Audience Participation)
F5 Kung Fu #1 (A.k.a.The Jelly)
G1 Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue (Q: Teddy Bear's Picnic, Tea For Two, It Had To Be You, Octandre)
G2 Hungry Freaks, Daddy
G3 'The Duke' Preamble
G4 Little House I Used To Live In
G5 Aybe Sea
G6 Transylvania Boogie
H1 Help I'm A Rock (Incl. Transylvania Boogie)
H2 King Kong
H3 Igor's Boogie / Little Doo-Wop

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  • Manufactured By – Virgin Vinyl Records


  • Bass, Vocals – Roy Estrada
  • Drums – Jimmy Carl Black
  • Drums, Percussion – Art Tripp
  • Electric Guitar, Vocals – Frank Zappa
  • Keyboards, Electronics – Don Preston
  • Reeds, Keyboards – Ian Underwood
  • Rhythm Guitar – Lowell George
  • Saxophone – Bunk Gardner, Motorhead Sherwood
  • Trumpet – Buzz Gardner


Heavy & Coloured Virgin Vinyl
Limited edition of 400

All tracks also on CD (Except D6 & D7, vinyl only bonus tracks).
CD1: Live at Toronto, Canada Feb. 23rd 1969 Early Show.
CD 2 - 3: Lawrence University Chapel, Appleton, Wi; May 23 1969.
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Reviews: (3)
shouldn't this be credited as "unofficial"?
Lahorns Gods
Lahorns Gods
A really happy and joyous vibe permeates this two gig set (Toronto Feb. & Appleton May 1969). Zappa is yet to enter the ultra-sneery, cynical, sarcastic and sleazy phase of his career and all seems sweetness and light. There's a lot of nice '50s songs done pretty straight. When Frank introduces them he tells you the year of original release and even the record label they came out on. His song introductions are funny and warm. After a few '50s songs to get in the mood he switches to playing a deeper, more complex set including A Pound For a Brown and an amazing Charles Ives (Beefheart fans will recognise 'The Blimp' here). After that you get some more beautiful '50s numbers and so it goes along.At all times the band are more than capable of rising to any musical challenges Frank can throw at them. It's not the original Mothers - there's no Ray Collins or Elliot Ingber... but with players like Art Tripp, Lowell George, Don Preston and Ian Underwood on board you know things are going to be tight.The package is nice with great design. Four coloured discs, pressed well with mostly the whole thing on three CDs too. Occasional hiss on the early tracks and on the announcements but other wise it's a good listen (apparently soundboard recordings on reel-to-reel). I'd give it 8/10 on the bootleg scale. It's great to hear the '50s tracks but it's the more complex and weighty tracks that I come back too.
Silly Dog
Silly Dog
Good review, this box set encompasses what I believe to be two of Zappa's best concerts, at least with the original mothers 60's mothers lineup. I wish I could afford it though, haha :P