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Discographie Frank Zappa part 38 - Does Humor Belong In Music



frank zappa does humor belong in music
Frank Zappa : "Does Humor Belong In Music"
Label : the Frank Zappa family thrust
Date d'enregistrement : 1984

Un live sorti par E.M.I., accompagné d'une vidéo. OKAYYYYYYYYYY! Bon. Premièrement les morceaux ici n'ont rien a voir avec la video du même nom. Deuxiemement c'est un live… Donc parfait… donc indispensable. On peut contester le manque de cohérance dans l'organisation des morceaux mais le tout reste quand même franchement incroyable (même pour la formation de 84). Rien de plus à signaler.
Note serious : (The Incredible Melting Man)
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