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BROADWAY THE HARD WAY

Frank Zappa

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.64 | 140 ratings

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BaboonSweat
5 stars "Any Kind of Pain" is so good you'll cry. I like Elvis just left the building, but I still need to adapt to Baritone Women. Its just sad Frank was so sick by now. But Hes still kickin' one last time live with this brass/electric Jazz/Rock late 80's style of Frank. Very complicated compositions here, and your IQ level must me on par.

I love all Zappa except for about 8 of his songs, Baritone Women is one of them, maybe its just me being too uptight, you gotta loosen up when you listen to Zappa. Listen to it the way it clearly wants you to listen to it. Move with it, let your mind go with this music, you really gotta listen to it right. I think this is one reason why Zappa never did drugs (Except Turkish coffee and tons of the kingsize Winstons every day throughout his age of 16-52, maybe 15. He never had to do drugs when he was making such goodass feeling music that he made, its all you need.

I highly believe if you, as well drink verrry stong coffee while listening to Zappa, you'll keep up with it at all times to enjoy it on a full.

Trust me ladies and gentleman, this master of entertainment should not be overlooked in life because his music is as important as the internet.

BaboonSweat | 5/5 |

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