84 Songs, 7 Hours 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Zappa's three-night stand at L.A.'s Roxy Theatre in 1973 was a legendary run, never documented in full until this epic, four-hour collection. His band, which included keyboard whiz George Duke and mallet percussion virtuoso Ruth Underwood, was at a peak, turning on a dime from the death-defying changes and dizzying licks of jazz fusion-oriented tunes like "Rdnzl" and "T'Mershi Duween" to the down-and-dirty vibe and caustic humor of "Cosmik Debris" and "Penguin in Bondage." And a multitude of bonus tracks from rehearsals and contemporaneous recording sessions extend the legacy even further.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Zappa's three-night stand at L.A.'s Roxy Theatre in 1973 was a legendary run, never documented in full until this epic, four-hour collection. His band, which included keyboard whiz George Duke and mallet percussion virtuoso Ruth Underwood, was at a peak, turning on a dime from the death-defying changes and dizzying licks of jazz fusion-oriented tunes like "Rdnzl" and "T'Mershi Duween" to the down-and-dirty vibe and caustic humor of "Cosmik Debris" and "Penguin in Bondage." And a multitude of bonus tracks from rehearsals and contemporaneous recording sessions extend the legacy even further.

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5.0 out of 5
15 Ratings
15 Ratings
Aububuh

Amazing

It's what we've all been waiting for. Amazing, extensive collection of some of the best music ever recorded. Thanks to Joe Travers and Ahmet Zappa for making this possible.

SpudAntonio

Get the CD version

Tip: go to amazon and buy the CD set for less than here and you get their “Autorip” then burn that to your iTunes !!! The music is awesome except for the rehearsals which are meh. Enjoy!!!!

Zepman

GOAT

One day music will be a religion and Frank Zappa will be God.

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