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Black Napkins

From the Album As An Am
July 8, 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1991
  • Label: Zappa Records
  • Copyright: 2008 Zappa Records
  • Duration: 3:58 minutes
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #613,053 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

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To start, I hate MP3 sound, all MP3 sound is aweful. I have my entire CD collection in WAV, no comparison; including 387 Zappa songs. I am not saying this particular MP3 is bad, all MP3 is bad, this one is just fine, for MP3. But, it is why I gave it 4stars and not 5; had this been WAV I probably would give it a 5.

Black Napkins is a rarity except on Zoot Allures, so this was a treat to download. Typical of FZ, you'll hear guitar runs that you'll just say to yourself, how does he do that?

This is an awesome instrumental piece that someone unfamiliar with FZ and his zany style could just fall in love with; and then want to hear more.

If you have not heard Dweezil plays this (Zappa Plays Zappa), that is a MUST. If you have not heard Dweezil plays FZ's stuff - find the Zappa Plays Zappa Fan Pack (2 DVD, 3 CDs), you'll never go out to play again, you won't take this off. It is beyond A1++++.

I have seen FZ a dozen time; and Dweezil 7 times (3 times last week including Halloween show) - if you love Frank, DO NOT MISS DWEEZIL. You will fall in love all over again.

Enjoy, there is no one like Frank!!!!!!!!
If you don't know FZ - you are missing about the best music ever written.
Jazz? no. Rock? no. Classical? no.
It's Frank, he is his own genre, unequaled.
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