Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Burnt Weeny Sandwich (1970 Remaster) (1995)
Artist: Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention
Title Of Album: Burnt Weeny Sandwich
Year Of Release: 1970 (1995)
Genre: Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock
Bitrate: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 00:41:11
Total Size: 469 Mb
01. WPLJ (2:53)
02. Igor's Boogie, Phase One (0:36)
03. Overture To A Holiday In Berlin (1:27)
04. Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich (4:32)
05. Igor's Boogie, Phase Two (0:36)
06. Holiday In Berlin, Full-Blown (6:24)
07. Aybe Sea (2:46)
08. The Little House I Used To Live In (18:42)
09. Valarie (3:14)
Burnt Weeny Sandwich is the first of two albums by the Mothers of Invention that Frank Zappa released in 1970, after he had disbanded the original lineup. While Weasels Ripped My Flesh focuses on complex material and improvised stage madness, this collection of studio and live recordings summarizes the leader's various interests and influences at the time. It opens and closes on '50s pop covers, "WPLJ" and "Valarie." "Aybe Sea" is a Zappafied sea shanty, while "Igor's Boogie" is named after composer Igor Stravinsky, the closest thing to a hero Zappa ever worshipped. But the best material is represented by "Holiday in Berlin," a theme that would become central to the music of 200 Motels, and "The Little House I Used to Live In," including a virtuoso piano solo by Ian Underwood. Presented as an extended set of theme and variations, the latter does not reach the same heights as "King Kong." In many places, and with the two aforementioned exceptions in mind, Burnt Weeny Sandwich sounds like a set of outtakes from Uncle Meat, which already summarized to an extent the adventures of the early Mothers. It lacks some direction, but those allergic to the group's grunts and free-form playing will prefer it to the wacky Weasels Ripped My Flesh.
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