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The Real Frank Zappa Book details his brief time at Mission Bay High School, performing a first gig (on drums) in North Park, and purchasing a record player from Valley Music in El Cajon.Years later, after Frank Zappa had made his bones and was nearing the end of his life, local guitarist Mike Keneally made the cut and toured with the maestro for a couple of years.
From the starting gate, the listener rapidly detects that something humorous is happening here. But, as for "Dragon Master", absent Dweezil's orienting us about how it germinated, I'm not sure how I would react to the song's ambiance.
Maybe I would hear it a couple of times, classify it as being part of a nihilistic or pagan genre, then bypass it as not being my cup of tea.
It was his dad's (FZ=Frank Zappa) music, basically. Dweezil called the Bruce tune, "garage band music for young teens".
When they all took a bow together at end, you could see how big that drummer was, tallest of six. How they played those "Apostrophe" excerpts were as good as album, or better!
Date: Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 Time: 8pm show, 7pm doors Admission: $32.50-$85 fees Age Restrictions: All Ages Welcome Dweezil Zappa (born Ian Donald Calvin Euclid Zappa; September 5, 1969) is an American rock guitarist and occasional actor.
He is the son of musical composer and performer Frank Zappa.
It’s The Ludlow Garage’s 50th anniversary, so we’re throwing a party worthy of the occasion…with Dweezil Zappa!
Dweezil will perform his father’s entire HOT RATS album, in sequence, live on our historic #Clifton stage.
Dweezil says: “We have always enjoyed presenting Frank’s music to audiences.
This tour gives us the opportunity to perform Hot Rats as well as other material from his huge body of work that is still as alive and relevant today as it was when it was composed.” HOT RATS played a pivotal role in establishing Frank Zappa’s reputation as a genius composer and guitarist, and was dedicated to Dweezil, who’d been born on September 5, just days before the album’s 1969 release.
With every step he took, you could hear and feel electric bass and huge, drum percussion, synchronized.