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Post 2008-10-16 11:42   [Quote] 
Zappa in New York and Guitar.
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Post 2008-10-16 11:47   [Quote] 
The Grand Wazoo, but the list of awesome albums is unreal. Many mentioned above.
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Post 2008-10-16 14:49   [Quote] 
I've had some form of Hot Rats since 1970, so it's probably that. In the last couple of months? Probably a toss up between Lumpy Gravy and Burnt Weeny. However, most of the 70s albums are in constant use.

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Post 2008-10-16 15:05   [Quote] 
Burnt Weenie, followed closely by all 3 disks, now all 3 discs, of Shut Up 'n Play.
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Post 2008-10-16 15:44   [Quote] 
Burnt Weeny Sandwich, YCDTOSA vol2, Thing Fish

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Post 2008-10-16 17:36   [Quote] 
swedBeestick wrote:
YCDTOSA vol2

Oh - forgot about that one. It came out around the pinacle of my Zappa-fandom, and I listened to it like mad (which is a reason that line-up is the one I'm probably most familiar with... = these days it's a not-so-often listened to FZ-chapter for me).

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Post 2008-10-16 17:53   [Quote] 
cookie_manager wrote:
swedBeestick wrote:
YCDTOSA vol2

Oh - forgot about that one. It came out around the pinacle of my Zappa-fandom, and I listened to it like mad (which is a reason that line-up is the one I'm probably most familiar with... = these days it's a not-so-often listened to FZ-chapter for me).


Indeed. Of all the YCDTOSA releases, Vol. 2 is certainly the one I listen to most.

So, let's narrow it down farther:

Out of the two discs comprising YCDTOSA Vol. 2, which one do you listen to the most?

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Post 2008-10-16 17:58   [Quote] 
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Out of the two discs comprising YCDTOSA Vol. 2, which one do you listen to the most?


I like all three of them Very Happy
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Post 2008-10-16 18:04   [Quote] 
Historically it's probably been Lumpy Gravy, Hot Rats and Grand Wazoo. Recently though his orchestral work has been getting heavy rotation.
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Post 2008-10-17 00:04   [Quote] 
Probably The Roxy & Elsewhere.

Overnite Sensation would be close to the top of the list, love the drumming as well as everything else on those two!
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Post 2008-10-18 11:07   [Quote] 
OSFA / MFU / Baby Snakes DVD without video (toss it in the player and listen)

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Post 2008-10-18 11:16   [Quote] 
One size fitts all (the first album I had to double up (lp and cd) way back when I bought my first cd player)
And Roxy and apostrophe
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Post 2008-10-18 11:43   [Quote] 
non of those i have seen are unlikely to find, but no one who listen to joes garage as badly much as i?

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Post 2008-10-18 12:00   [Quote] 
Joe's garage act1 (Wet Tee Shirt-On the Bus) in repeat mode in my car since begin september !!

(with some "St etienne" break sometimes)

but i think it's "Apostrophe" in the last 20 years in average
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Post 2008-10-18 14:03   [Quote] 
Definitely One Size and Over-nite!!! Cheap Thrills was my first FZ cd and has been spinning a lot too.

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