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Zappadan 2012 - Final Day - Can't Afford No Shoes

Posted on the 21 December 2012 by Mikeb302000

After a week's mourning for the Connecticut shooting victims, I'm back in the nick of time posting for Zappadan 2012.
One Size Fits All is a 1975 rock album by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention. A special four-channel Quadraphonic version of the album was prepared and advertised, but not released.

The album features the final version of The Mothers of Invention, with George Duke, Chester Thompson, Ruth Underwood, Tom Fowler and Napoleon Murphy Brock.

Zappa continued to tour and record, often with members of previous "Mothers of Invention" lineups.

The album itself features one of Zappa's most complex and well-known tracks, "Inca Roads". One of Zappa's heroes, Johnny "Guitar" Watson, guests on two tracks. 
 Urantian Sojourn has the Yellow Shark (warning - only for true believers)
Zencomix has The Torture Never Stops, the one with Captain Beefheart, which reminds us of his festival.

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