Junior Mintz, Frank Zappa - Redunzl b/w Inca Roads
|AL-1||Junior Mintz||Redunzl b/w Inca Roads (7", Unofficial)||Artles||AL-1||Unknown|
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|AL-1||Junior Mintz, Frank Zappa||Junior Mintz, Frank Zappa - Redunzl b/w Inca Roads (7", Unofficial, Mag)||Artles||AL-1||Unknown|
On wraparound insert:
Comes with 2 separate front inserts (one psychedelic colored paper sheet and one transparency film), wraparound insert, stamped cardboard jacket and "Oringinal Stamper Series" insert
title on transparent film " RDNZL" "INCA ROADS" and the note "FRANK ZAPPA"
artist on transparency film "Frank Zappa" and on labels "Junior Mintz"
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - etched): A 108290 AL-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - etched): B 108291 AL-1B
The line-up exists of Frank Zappa-guitar, percussion, vocals George Duke-keyboards, finger cymbals, tambourine, vocals Napoleon Murphy Brock-sax, vocals Ruth Underwood-percussion Tom Fowler-bass Chester Thompson-drums. Inca Roads is the opening track of the Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention 1975 album, One Size Fits All. The song features unusual time signatures, lyrics and vocals. The marimba-playing of Zappa's percussionist Ruth Underwood is featured prominently. The song was played in concert from 1973 to 1976, 1979 and 1988. Inca Roads for the most part explores the stereotypes of aliens encountering the Incan civilization. These themes, like the album cover of One Size Fits All seem to parody the. Inca Roads - Frank Zappa. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Frank Zappa - one size fits all - 1975. Frank Zappa 1 Inca Roads. Audio Preview. by Frank Zappa. Album One Size Fits All. Inca Roads Lyrics. Did a vehicle Come from somewhere out there Just to land in the Andes Was it round And did it have a motor Or was it something different. The title and lyrics of Inca Roads refer to ancient structures in South America, and the suggestion that they were created by extra terrestrials. The most famous examples and the most likely subject of the song are the geoglyphs known as the Nazca Lines. Musician: Junior Mintz Album title: Redunzl bw Inca Roads Size MP3 version: 1842 mb Size APE version: 1117 mb Size WMA version: 1784 mb Rating : 4. 3 Votes: 922 Format: WMA FLAC APE DMF DXD TTA VOC Genre: Rock, Blues. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads. Junior Mintz. Download Free links. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads MP3 version ZIP archive. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads APEFLAC version ZIP archive. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads WMA version ZIP archive. AL-1. Redunzl bw Inca Roads 7, Unofficial, Red. Frank Zappa - Inca Roads. On this page you can download song Frank Zappa - Inca Roads in mp3 and listen online. Avant-Rock Experimental Rock. Frank Zappa. Singer: Junior Mintz Album title: Redunzl bw Inca Roads Label: Artles AL-1 Type: Vinyl, 7, 45 RPM, Unofficial Release, Red Country: Date of released: 2006 Category: Rock, Blues Style: Album rating: 4. 2 Votes: 478 Size : 1661 mb Size : 1619 mb. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads download free. Download links. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads MP3 version. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads FLAC version. Inca Roads. On insert: Artles 001 COLORED VINYL maybe the color is da. Junior Mintz, Frank Zappa - Redunzl bw Inca Roads 7, Unofficial, Red. Review Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads. Junior Mintz - Redunzl bw Inca Roads PDF review. Roads To Space Travel - Roads To Space Travel. Inca Ore - Honorable Ruler. Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention - Tears Began To Fall, Junier Mintz Boogie. Album: One Size Fits All 1975. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . Although Inca Roads is not in that class, it does contain some fine jazz fusion, and as with many of Mr. Zappa's compositions, some of the lyrics are indeed nonsensical. The references herein to Ruth allude to Ruth Underwood, who played percussion for Zappa from 1967 to 1977, and who of course appears on this 1975 release. Inca Roads includes some off-beat time signatures including 54 as in Take Five and 78. The song is also notable for having a skip in it, which probably most listeners didn't notice. It is the first track on the One Size Fits