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Upon return to the stage in September , Zappa was still wearing a leg brace, had a noticeable limp and could not stand for very long while on stage.
Zappa noted that one leg healed "shorter than the other" a reference later found in the lyrics of songs "Zomby Woof" and " Dancin' Fool " , resulting in chronic back pain.
This was followed by a scaled-down version known as the Petit Wazoo that toured the U. Zappa then formed and toured with smaller groups that variously included Ian Underwood reeds, keyboards , Ruth Underwood vibes, marimba , Sal Marquez trumpet, vocals , Napoleon Murphy Brock sax, flute and vocals , Bruce Fowler trombone , Tom Fowler bass , Chester Thompson drums , Ralph Humphrey drums , George Duke keyboards, vocals , and Jean-Luc Ponty violin.
By the Bizarre and Straight labels were discontinued. In their place, Zappa and Cohen created DiscReet Records , also distributed by Warner Bros.
Zappa's relationship with long-time manager Herb Cohen ended in Zappa sued Cohen for skimming more than he was allocated from DiscReet Records, as well as for signing acts of which Zappa did not approve.
It also prevented Zappa having access to any of his previously recorded material during the trials. Zappa therefore took his personal master copies of the rock-oriented Zoot Allures directly to Warner Bros.
In the mids Zappa prepared material for Läther pronounced "leather" , a four-LP project. Läther encapsulated all the aspects of Zappa's musical styles—rock tunes, orchestral works, complex instrumentals, and Zappa's own trademark distortion-drenched guitar solos.
Wary of a quadruple-LP, Warner Bros. Records refused to release it. Eventually, Warner Bros. Although Zappa eventually gained the rights to all his material created under the MGM and Warner Bros.
In December , Zappa appeared as a featured musical guest on the NBC television show Saturday Night Live. In , Zappa served both as host and musical act on the show, and as an actor in various sketches.
The performances included an impromptu musical collaboration with cast member John Belushi during the instrumental piece "The Purple Lagoon". Belushi appeared as his Samurai Futaba character playing the tenor sax with Zappa conducting.
Zappa's band at the time, with the additions of Ruth Underwood and a horn section featuring Michael and Randy Brecker , performed during Christmas in New York, recordings of which appear on one of the albums Warner Bros.
It mixes complex instrumentals such as " The Black Page " and humorous songs like "Titties and Beer".
Zappa in New York featured a song about sex criminal Michael H. Kenyon , "The Illinois Enema Bandit", which featured Don Pardo providing the opening narrative in the song.
Like many songs on the album, it contained numerous sexual references,  : leading to many critics objecting and being offended by the content.
Records without Zappa's consent were Studio Tan in and Sleep Dirt and Orchestral Favorites in , which contained complex suites of instrumentally-based tunes recorded between and , and whose release was overlooked in the midst of the legal problems.
Resolving the lawsuits successfully, Zappa ended the s by releasing two of his most successful albums in the best-selling album of his career, Sheik Yerbouti ,  and in Kelley Lowe's opinion the "bona fide masterpiece",  : Joe's Garage.
The double album Sheik Yerbouti was the first release on Zappa Records , and contained the Grammy -nominated single "Dancin' Fool", which reached No.
Due to its explicit lyrics about a young man's encounter with a "dyke by the name of Freddie", the song did not get airplay in the U.
The album contains one of Zappa's most famous guitar "signature pieces", "Watermelon in Easter Hay". On December 21, , Zappa's movie Baby Snakes premiered in New York.
The movie's tagline was "A movie about people who do stuff that is not normal". It also contained several extraordinary sequences of clay animation by Bruce Bickford who had earlier provided animation sequences to Zappa for a TV special which became available on the video The Dub Room Special.
Zappa later expanded on his television appearances in a non-musical role. In , Zappa cut his ties with record distributor Phonogram after the label refused to release his song " I Don't Wanna Get Drafted ".
After spending much of on the road, Zappa released Tinsel Town Rebellion in It was the first release on his own Barking Pumpkin Records ,  : and it contains songs taken from a tour, one studio track and material from the tours.
The album is a mixture of complicated instrumentals and Zappa's use of sprechstimme speaking song or voice —a compositional technique utilized by such composers as Arnold Schoenberg and Alban Berg —showcasing some of the most accomplished bands Zappa ever had mostly featuring drummer Vinnie Colaiuta.
The same year the double album You Are What You Is was released. Most of it was recorded in Zappa's brand new Utility Muffin Research Kitchen UMRK studios, which were located at his house,  thereby giving him complete freedom in his work.
In , Zappa also released three instrumental albums, Shut Up 'n Play Yer Guitar , Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar Some More , and The Return of the Son of Shut Up 'N Play Yer Guitar , which were initially sold via mail order, but later released through the CBS label due to popular demand.
The albums focus exclusively on Frank Zappa as a guitar soloist, and the tracks are predominantly live recordings from to ; they highlight Zappa's improvisational skills with "beautiful performances from the backing group as well".
In May , Zappa released Ship Arriving Too Late to Save a Drowning Witch , which featured his biggest selling single ever, the Grammy Award -nominated song " Valley Girl " topping out at No.
In , two different projects were released, beginning with The Man from Utopia , a rock-oriented work. The album is eclectic, featuring the vocal-led "Dangerous Kitchen" and "The Jazz Discharge Party Hats", both continuations of the sprechstimme excursions on Tinseltown Rebellion.
The second album, London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. I , contained orchestral Zappa compositions conducted by Kent Nagano and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra LSO.
A second record of these sessions, London Symphony Orchestra, Vol. II was released in The material was recorded under a tight schedule with Zappa providing all funding, helped by the commercial success of "Valley Girl".
One reason is "Strictly Genteel", which was recorded after the trumpet section had been out for drinks on a break: the track took 40 edits to hide out-of-tune notes.
Conductor Nagano, who was pleased with the experience, noted that "in fairness to the orchestra, the music is humanly very, very difficult".
Although critically acclaimed the work was a financial failure, and only performed twice. Zappa was invited by conference organizer Thomas Wells to be the keynote speaker at the American Society of University Composers at the Ohio State University.
It was there Zappa delivered his famous "Bingo! There Goes Your Tenure" address,  and had two of his orchestra pieces, "Dupree's Paradise" and "Naval Aviation in Art?
For the remainder of his career, much of Zappa's work was influenced by his use of the Synclavier , an early digital synthesizer, as a compositional and performance tool.
In , he released four albums. Boulez Conducts Zappa: The Perfect Stranger contains orchestral works commissioned and conducted by celebrated conductor, composer and pianist Pierre Boulez who was listed as an influence on Freak Out!
These were juxtaposed with premiere Synclavier pieces. Again, Zappa was not satisfied with the performances of his orchestral works, regarding them as under-rehearsed, but in the album liner notes he respectfully thanks Boulez's demands for precision.
The album Thing-Fish was an ambitious three-record set in the style of a Broadway play dealing with a dystopian "what-if" scenario involving feminism, homosexuality, manufacturing and distribution of the AIDS virus, and a eugenics program conducted by the United States government.
Francesco Zappa , a Synclavier rendition of works by 18th-century composer Francesco Zappa , was also released in Around , Zappa undertook a comprehensive re-release program of his earlier vinyl recordings.
The album Jazz from Hell , released in , earned Zappa his first Grammy Award in for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.
Except for one live guitar solo "St. Etienne" , the album exclusively featured compositions brought to life by the Synclavier.
Although an instrumental album, containing no lyrics, Meyer Music Markets sold Jazz from Hell featuring an "explicit lyrics" sticker—a warning label introduced by the Recording Industry Association of America in an agreement with the Parents Music Resource Center PMRC.
Zappa's last tour in a rock and jazz band format took place in with a piece group which had a repertoire of over mostly Zappa compositions, but which split under acrimonious circumstances before the tour was completed.
Parts are also found on You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore , volumes 4 and 6. Recordings from this tour also appear on the album Trance-Fusion.
In , Zappa was diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer. The disease had been developing unnoticed for years and was considered inoperable.
Shortly before his death in he completed Civilization Phaze III , a major Synclavier work which he had begun in the s.
In , Zappa was chosen to be one of four featured composers at the Frankfurt Festival in the others were John Cage , Karlheinz Stockhausen , and Alexander Knaifel.
Although ill, he invited them to Los Angeles for rehearsals of new compositions and new arrangements of older material. In September , the concerts went ahead as scheduled but Zappa could only appear at two in Frankfurt due to illness.
At the first concert, he conducted the opening "Overture", and the final " G-Spot Tornado " as well as the theatrical "Food Gathering in Post-Industrial America, " and "Welcome to the United States" the remainder of the program was conducted by the ensemble's regular conductor Peter Rundel.
Zappa received a minute ovation. It was Zappa's last professional public appearance as the cancer was spreading to such an extent that he was in too much pain to enjoy an event that he otherwise found "exhilarating".
Zappa died from prostate cancer on December 4, , 17 days before his 53rd birthday at his home with his wife and children by his side.
At a private ceremony the following day, his body was buried in a grave at the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery , in Los Angeles.
The grave is unmarked. The general phases of Zappa's music have been variously categorized under experimental rock ,  jazz ,  classical ,  avant-pop ,  experimental pop ,  comedy rock ,  doo-wop ,   jazz fusion ,  progressive rock ,  proto-prog ,  avant-jazz ,  and psychedelic rock.
His own heterogeneous ethnic background, and the diverse social and cultural mix in and around greater Los Angeles, were crucial in the formation of Zappa as a practitioner of underground music and of his later distrustful and openly critical attitude towards "mainstream" social, political and musical movements.
He frequently lampooned musical fads like psychedelia , rock opera and disco. Zappa's albums make extensive use of segued tracks, breaklessly joining the elements of his albums.
Everything was connected, and musical themes and lyrics reappeared in different form on later albums. Zappa is widely recognized as one of the most significant electric guitar soloists.
In a issue of Guitar World , Jon Swenson declared: "the fact of the matter is that [Zappa] is one of the greatest guitarists we have and is sorely unappreciated as such.
A November feature by the editors of Guitar Player magazine wrote: "Brimming with sophisticated motifs and convoluted rhythms, Zappa's extended excursions are more akin to symphonies than they are to guitar solos.
He was further described as using a wide variety of scales and modes, enlivened by "unusual rhythmic combinations".
His left hand was capable of smooth legato technique, while Zappa's right was "one of the fastest pick hands in the business. Zappa's guitar style was not without its critics.
English guitarist and bandleader John McLaughlin , whose band Mahavishnu Orchestra toured with the Mothers of Invention in , opined that Zappa was "very interesting as a human being and a very interesting composer" and that he "was a very good musician but he was a dictator in his band," and that he "was taking very long guitar solos [when performing live]— 10—15 minute guitar solos and really he should have taken two or three minute guitar solos, because they were a little bit boring.
In New York, Zappa increasingly used tape editing as a compositional tool. Zappa had begun regularly recording concerts, [nb 11] and because of his insistence on precise tuning and timing, he was able to augment his studio productions with excerpts from live shows, and vice versa.
He dubbed this process " xenochrony " strange synchronizations  —reflecting the Greek "xeno" alien or strange and "chronos" time. Zappa was married to Kathryn J.
In , he married Adelaide Gail Sloatman. Following Zappa's death, his widow Gail created the Zappa Family Trust, which owns the rights to Zappa's music and some other creative output: more than 60 albums were released during Zappa's lifetime and 40 posthumously.
Zappa stated, "Drugs do not become a problem until the person who uses the drugs does something to you, or does something that would affect your life that you don't want to have happen to you, like an airline pilot who crashes because he was full of drugs.
While he disapproved of drug use, he criticized the War on Drugs , comparing it to alcohol prohibition , and stated that the United States Treasury would benefit from the decriminalization and regulation of drugs.
I also believe that, in a democracy, government exists because and only so long as individual citizens give it a 'temporary license to exist'—in exchange for a promise that it will behave itself.
In a democracy, you own the government—it doesn't own you. In a interview, Zappa reported that he was a registered Democrat but added "that might not last long—I'm going to shred that".
Zappa was atheist. He felt disgust towards organized religion Christianity in particular because he believed that it promoted ignorance and anti-intellectualism.
He held the view that the Garden of Eden story shows that the essence of Christianity is to oppose gaining knowledge. Havel designated him as Czechoslovakia's "Special Ambassador to the West on Trade, Culture and Tourism".
Zappa expressed opinions on censorship when he appeared on CNN 's Crossfire TV series and debated issues with Washington Times commentator John Lofton in Zappa suggested that record labels were trying to get the bill passed quickly through committees, one of which was chaired by Senator Strom Thurmond, who was also affiliated with the PMRC.
Zappa further pointed out that this committee was being used as a distraction from that bill being passed, which would lead only to the benefit of a select few in the music industry.
Zappa saw their activities as on a path towards censorship  : and called their proposal for voluntary labelling of records with explicit content "extortion" of the music industry.
The PMRC proposal is an ill-conceived piece of nonsense which fails to deliver any real benefits to children, infringes the civil liberties of people who are not children, and promises to keep the courts busy for years dealing with the interpretational and enforcemental problems inherent in the proposal's design.
It is my understanding that, in law, First Amendment issues are decided with a preference for the least restrictive alternative.
In this context, the PMRC's demands are the equivalent of treating dandruff by decapitation. The establishment of a rating system, voluntary or otherwise, opens the door to an endless parade of moral quality control programs based on things certain Christians do not like.
What if the next bunch of Washington wives demands a large yellow "J" on all material written or performed by Jews, in order to save helpless children from exposure to concealed Zionist doctrine?
Zappa set excerpts from the PMRC hearings to Synclavier music in his composition "Porn Wars" on the album Frank Zappa Meets the Mothers of Prevention , and the full recording was released in as Congress Shall Make No Law Zappa is heard interacting with Senators Fritz Hollings , Slade Gorton and Al Gore.
Zappa had a controversial critical standing during his lifetime. In Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies , Robert Christgau dismissed Zappa's music as "sexist adolescent drivel But that's where the agreement ends.
Some fans find his sophomoric jokes "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow" and pop music parodies "Sheik Yerbouti" a crucial counterbalance to the rarefied density of the music; other devotees find the jokes an irrelevant sideshow to music best appreciated in a chamber or orchestral setting.
The critics find the humor's smug iconoclasm a symptom of the essential emptiness of Zappa's intellectual exercises.
The Rolling Stone Album Guide writes: "Frank Zappa dabbled in virtually all kinds of music—and, whether guised as a satirical rocker, jazz-rock fusionist, guitar virtuoso, electronics wizard, or orchestral innovator, his eccentric genius was undeniable.
In , biographer David Walley noted that "The whole structure of his music is unified, not neatly divided by dates or time sequences and it is all building into a composite".
Guitar Player devoted a special issue to Zappa in , and asked on the cover "Is FZ America's Best Kept Musical Secret?
He does beautiful, beautiful work It has been my luck to have lived to see the emergence of this totally new type of music.
Conductor Kent Nagano remarked in the same issue that "Frank is a genius. That's a word I don't use often In Frank's case it is not too strong He is extremely literate musically.
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