Frank Zappa - Sheik Yerbouti CD (album) cover


Frank Zappa



3.84 | 344 ratings

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5 stars The first Zappa track I ever heard was 'City of tiny lights' on the Old Grey Whistle Test. Superb. Zappa's ouput matched that of the British Steel Industry,and Britain might still have a steel industry if it had kept up with Frankie boy. Of all his albums, this is my favourite. It also gave me and my future wife something to talk about. How many of you out there have a spouse or partner who, like you, also owned this opus? Each and EVERY track is a gem, at times hilarious, and at others spellbinding. Frank Zappa could play guitar as 'Rat Tomago' testifies. Poker nights at my house are never boring with 'Sheik Yerbouti' on in the background.
horza | 5/5 |


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