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8 thoughts on “ Punkys Whips - Frank Zappa - Punkys Whips Shown On Stage (CD, Album)

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  2. Nazilkree says:
    Description - FRANK ZAPPA - IN NEW YORK - 2 LP VINYL RECORD SET WITH PUNKY'S WHIPS ON THE RECORD, LABEL AND INSIDE OF THE GATEFOLD COVER WHICH INCLUDES A PHOTO OF TERRY BOZZIO HOLDING A PHOTO OF PUNKY MEADOWS AND ALSO INCLUDES THE LYRICS OF THE SONG.
  3. Kigamuro says:
    This is the second of 2 Frank Zappa interviews which were transcribed from an imported CD called "The Frank Zappa Interview Picture Disk".[Baktabak, BAK , England] According to my closest estimation based on the interview's context, it must have been conducted sometime in early to mid
  4. In an interview with Melody Maker dated January 1, , Frank Zappa said "Punky's Whips" was a song about "our drummer having a peculiar fascination for the lips and hairdo of a singer in a band called the Angels." (The band was actually called Angel.) Or so he was quoted. Others have claimed this twelve-and-a-half-minute-plus jazz fusion track is an inside joke, which it .
  5. Punky, Punky, your album's the s***s It's all wrong But listen, this is no laughing matter I ain't really queer But if he ever got near Steven Tyler would pay to see! Pay to see Punky's whips, Punky's whips His hair's so shiny, I love his hips I love his teeth, 'n his gums 'n such Punky (What's up, baby?) You're an angel.
  6. Prior to that, Zappa wanted the piece part of the ill-fated four-LP set Läther. In the end, the first recording of the song made available was released on the video and picture disc Baby Snakes in (a live show from ). Fragments of "Punky's Whips" were first performed in October as part of "Advance Romance.".
  7. Tojalar says:
    Just about every track on this DVD is a winner, but a few more standouts include: "Trouble Every Day" (an extravaganza of guitar solos, sax solos, drum solos, and band magic);"Punkys Whips" (a Terry Bozzio fiesta);"Zomby Woof" (featuring an over-the-top Vai solo);"Pound for a Brown" (one of Zappa's most incredible instrumental pieces; and.
  8. Zulushura says:
    Jan 26,  · Punky, Punky, your album's the shits It's all wrong but listen, this is no laughing matter I ain't really queer But if he ever got near Steven Tyler would PAY to see! Pay to see Punky's whips, Punky's whips His hair's so shiny, I love his hips I love his teeth, 'n his gums 'n such Frank Zappa - lead guitar, vocals Ray White.

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