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Frank Zappa Does Austin City Limits

The star rating is misleading. I only know the full length "The Idiot Trail" and then I sampled the rest of the songs. But it seems my title says it all. If Frank Zappa had listened to, say, half a dozen artists on the TV program "Austin City Limits" and then decided to filter like-composed songs through his sensibilities I imagine it would end up like this album. I don't really care for most Frank Zappa but some people do. So it's either a real awful mish-mash and collage of styles or it's a brilliant reimagining of the country/alt-rock genre. Whatever it is, it won't be played on the radio.


Born: 1949

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Chris Butler was born in 1949 in Chagrin Falls, OH, a suburb of Cleveland. While a sociology major at Kent State University in the early '70s, where he was among the student protestors fired upon by the Ohio National Guard on May 4, 1970, Butler became involved in the Kent/Akron/Cleveland music scene, which included future members of Devo, the Pretenders, Pere Ubu, and many other bands. Through the '70s, Butler spent time in a variety of local groups, most notably 15-60-75, also known as the Numbers...
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