- Performer Mothers, The
- Title Just Another Band From L.A.
- Date of release 1972
- Style Jazz-Rock, Avantgarde, Experimental, Parody
- Other formats AAC MP2 VOC DXD AC3 VOX DTS
- Genre Jazz / Rock
- Size MP3 1145 mb
- Size FLAC 1593 mb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 999
Just Another Band from . is a live album by The Mothers, released in 1972 (see 1972 in music). It was recorded live on August 7, 1971 in Pauley Pavilion on the campus of UCLA in Los Angeles. A notable inclusion on this album is "Billy the Mountain", Zappa's long, narrative parody of rock operas, which were gaining popularity at that time.
Matrix, Runout (Side 1, Label): (MS-1-2075). Matrix, Runout (Side 2, Label): (MS-2-2075). Matrix, Runout (Side 1, Runout): WEA-44179-A² PF. Matrix, Runout (Side 2, Runout): WEA-44179-B² PF. Rights Society: GEMA.
Just Another Band From . is the 1972 album by American musician Frank Zappa, This became the last album to feature Mark Volman & Howard Kaylan, the two singers of The Turtles who became a part of The Mothers before they morphed into Flo & Eddie. This is taken from the 1990 CD pressing released by Rykodisc. 1. Billy The Mountain (24:46) 2. Call Any Vegetable (7:23) 3. Eddie, Are You Kidding? (3:10 4. Magdalena (5:55) 5. Dog Breath (4:07). The Mothers exist of Frank Zappa-Guitar & Vocals Mark Volman-Lead Vocals Howard Kaylan-Lead Vocals Ian Underwood-Winds, Keyboards & Vocals.
From The Mothers of Invention's 1969 album 'Uncle Meat' This video contains the sections: King Kong Itself (as played by the Mothers in a studio) King Kong . .Good Cheap Drum Set. Famous Monster Drummers. What others are saying. King Kong (Pt1) by Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - from album "Uncle Meat" - Jimmy Carl Black on drums. Used Vinyl Records Lp Vinyl Musician Jokes Frank Vincent John Peel Rock Music Frank Zappa Cd Album Covers Lp Album. is a 1972 Live Album by Frank Zappa. It was his last album with the former The Turtles collaborators Mark and Howie, with whom he collaborated on Chunga's Revenge (1970), Fillmore East, June 1971 (1971) and 200 Motels (1971). The album is best remembered for "Billy The Mountain". Side One. "Billy the Mountain" (24:47). Side Two. "Call Any Vegetable" (7:22). Eddie, Are You Kidding?"