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THE MOTHERS OF INVENTION: BURNT WEENY SANDWICH

Frank Zappa

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.92 | 352 ratings

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4 stars Burnt Weeny Sandwich is one of the 1970 posthumous releases of The Mothers by Frank Zappa. It sounds very similar to Uncle Meat besides WPLJ and Valarie, which of course sound like songs from Cruising With Ruben & the Jets. The songs in between would have snugly fit with the best of Uncle Meat. They're of course very well done and strong melodically, and the live snippets that make up Little House I Used to Live in are very excellent, featuring improvisation over the famous melody. This contains some very cool compositions by Frank, but doesn't really have the epic nature of other Mothers releases. 8.4/10
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