Then Frank Zappa got into a disagreement with his record company, Warner Bros. and Läther was split up into several different releases as part of a contractual agreement. The results were dumped on the market in 1978 and 1979, while Zappa moved on to his own record label. Sleep Dirt consists of miscellaneous tracks recorded between 1974 and 1976, including "Flambay," "Spider of Destiny," and "Time Is Money," songs that wre apparently part of an unissued Zappa musical/rock opera from 1972 called Hunchentoot. They are sung by soprano Thana Harris.
Acoustic Guitar – Frank Zappa, James "Bird Legs" Youman. B3. The Ocean Is The Ultimate Solution. Bass – Patrick O'HearnDrums – Terry BozzioGuitar – Frank Zappa. Sleep Dirt (LP, Album, TP, Los).
Though this album, along with several others, was released by Frank Zappa's record label without his permission, it still stands as one of his finest achievements. A completely instrumental record upon its initial release and as presented here, Sleep Dirt, later released on CD with several vocal overdubs, shows signs of Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmour, Robert Fripp, among the potential influences. It is a furious example of progressive rock, with several pieces defying any categorization at all.
More albums from Frank Zappa: Jazz From Hell by Frank Zappa. Feeding The Monkies At Ma Maison by Frank Zappa. Civilization Phaze III by Frank Zappa. Things Wayne Newton never Told Yo. y Frank Zappa. Lumpy Gravy by Frank Zappa. Joe’s Garage Acts II & III by Frank Zappa. Chunga’s Revenge by Frank Zappa. View all albums . Sleep Dirt. 7. More albums from Frank Zappa: Jazz From Hell by Frank Zappa.
Outstanding musical communication. Overall this is an excellent album (marred in my opinion by unnecessary vocals and awkward Chad Wackerman drum overdubs) that showcases the restless mind of Frank Zappa. Find the original vinyl for best listening results.
Psychedelic Rock Frank Zappa. Band Name Frank Zappa. Album Name Sleep Dirt.
Produced by Frank Zappa. FZ: Arf! Bird Legs: About that tempo? FZ: Mm-hm. Bird Legs: Damn! FZ: You're gettin' tired? Bird Legs: No, my fingers got stuck! More on Genius. Sleep Dirt" Track Info.
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by Frank Zappa - 7 Tracks - 39:08. Release date 05/02/1995. View all. The Roxy Performances (Live). Chicago '78. Frank Zappa. Meat Light: The Uncle Meat Project/Object.