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We Don't Fuck Around
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A rare cut titled "Big Bunch Of Cock" is included (Italian Massimo Vocals)". Side A: 29:30 Side B: 28:59. Live recordings from: Konserthuset, Stockholm, 30-Sep-1967 The Palladium, New York, 31-Oct-1981 (late show) The Ritz, New York, 17-Nov-1981. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout - etched): 10861.

The Mothers of Invention were an American rock band from California. Formed in 1964, their work is marked by the use of sonic experimentation, innovative album art, and elaborate live shows. Originally an R&B band called the Soul Giants, the band's first lineup included Ray Collins, David Coronado, Ray Hunt, Roy Estrada and Jimmy Carl Black. Frank Zappa was asked to take over as the guitarist following a fight between Collins and Coronado, the band's original saxophonist/leader.

From about 01:30 to about 05:00 in "Igor's Boogie", you get the blamph! that put an end to Motorhead's shenanigans at about 02:50 on Ahead of Their Time, then Bunk's or Ian's sax solo from around 04:30 to 07:00. Ronny and Kenny's booger stories on The Lost Episodes are both part of "The Story of Kenny & Ronny.

The incarnation of The Mothers of Invention who played on various parts of this album was perhaps the best lineup they ever had. Frank Zappa on Vocals and Guitar, Roy Estrada on Vocals ( The high pitched notes) and Bass, two drummers in Billy Mundi and Jimmy Carl Black. Jimmy Carl Black also adds vocals, but they are mostly spoken. Today, years after the release of this album, the fact that Zappa despised hippies is just taken for granted, and the reasons he gives for this are certainly very legitimate ones. I have to wonder, though; did hippies back in 1967 and 1968 have any reason to believe that an album like this was imminent from The Mothers of Invention?

They were called the Mothers of Invention, led by one of the world's best composer of the past decades: Frank Zappa. They wanted the people to realise the modern commercial hippiedom was totally wrong and naive. 1 - Are You Hung Up (1:29)- The album starts of with a couple of noises, while hearing something from a telephone conversation, whispering voices, talking about the Mothers of Invention. It ends with a guitar solo and the great quote: "Hi boys and girls, I'm Jimmy Carl Black and I'm the indian of the group.

The Mothers of Invention, ‘We’re Only in It for the Money’. A milestone of studio mischief and a merciless satire of anything that pissed Frank Zappa off in flower power's heyday – drippy hippies, the Establishment, whatever. The Heads wore button-down shirts and embraced a tightly wound normality as rebellion. For a long time, I felt, 'Well, fuck everybody,'" David Byrne told Punk magazine in 1976. Well, now I want to be accepted. The result was the tense, ingeniously constricted sound of their debut – geek-chic with hooks and charm.

Jazz Rock The Mothers Of Invention. Lista de Bandas Jazz Rock The Mothers Of Invention We're Only in It for the Money. adicionar as letras do álbum. adicionar uma crítica. Data de lançamento 04 Março 1968. Labels Verve Records.

We're Only in It for the Money is the third studio album by the Mothers of Invention. Released on March 4, 1968, on Verve Records, it was subsequently remixed and re-recorded by Frank Zappa and reissued by Rykodisc in 1986. As with the band's previous two albums, We're Only in It for the Money is a concept album, and satirizes left and right-wing politics, particularly the hippie subculture, as well as the Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Tracklist

A1 Dog Breath Variations
A2 Room Service
A3 Approximate
A4 Cosmic Debris
A5 Montana
B1 Florentine Pogen
B2 Stinkfoot
B3 Inca Roads
B4 San Ber'dino (L.A. 77)

Credits

  • Bass – T. Fowler*
  • Drums – Ch. Thompson*
  • Guitar, Vocals – F. Z.*
  • Keyboards – G. Duke*
  • Percussion – R. Underwood*
  • Saxophone, Vocals – N. M. Brock*

Notes

Limited edition 200 copies, number stamped on inner sleeve.

"A rare cut titled "Big Bunch Of Cock" is included (Italian Massimo Vocals)"

Side A: 29:30
Side B: 28:59

Live recordings from:
Konserthuset, Stockholm, 30-Sep-1967
The Palladium, New York, 31-Oct-1981 (late show)
The Ritz, New York, 17-Nov-1981

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - etched): 10861
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - etched): 10862