Tag: Frank Zappa

SUNDAY SAMPLER // (Playlist) “10/04/2020”

Listen Here – Spotify “A playlist of tracks that were featured on MattsMusicMine.com from the week of September 28th – October 4th. From Reviews to Streams, never miss a track with these playlists that are uploaded every single Sunday till I drop dead.” Featuring: Frank… Continue Reading “SUNDAY SAMPLER // (Playlist) “10/04/2020””


Let’s Go Joe Yes indeed, here we are at the final leg of the three-part saga known as Joe’s Garage. While both Act II and Act III were released on the same disc, it is vital to realize the differences that each section holds.… Continue Reading “🅩 WEEK OF FRANK ZAPPA – DAY THREE 🅩”


Hey Joe Act II of Joe’s Garage is perhaps the most eccentric of the trilogy as Frank Zappa becomes entirely captured by the idea of sex with machines and prison rape. Where Joe’s Garage Act I was more about the dangers of music and… Continue Reading “🅩 WEEK OF FRANK ZAPPA – DAY TWO 🅩”

🅩 Week Of Frank Zappa – Day One 🅩

Uncle Joe Frank Zappa has a catalog that not only requires months to delve through the now 117 official releases but also has a musical ear that can find some of the technique and chord progression closer to jazz or an unidentifiable genre. While it… Continue Reading “🅩 Week Of Frank Zappa – Day One 🅩”

Classic Day – Artisan Orchestra

The technicality that comes from the musical marvel that was Frank Zappa starts early in his career with the 1966 release Freak Out! that bust onto the scene spawning a career that would span over 111 total studio albums and records that would test… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Artisan Orchestra”

Classic Day – While They Are Hot

Frank Zappa is a man of many sounds and iterations of musical talent; on one hand, he is able to construct these other worlds through music and create near full-motion films through just sound. On the other, Zappa is a creative mind that is… Continue Reading “Classic Day – While They Are Hot”

Classic Day – Cosmik Debris and Apostrophes (‘)

Crystal balls, ponchos, and yellow snow are all subjects of interest when listening to Frank Zappa’s Apostrophe. Zappa who was well known for his strange subject matter unveiled Apostrophe which was his 18th studio album released on DiscReet Records. The album was not discrete… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Cosmik Debris and Apostrophes (‘)”

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