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PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 9:50 am 
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Yea but remember they called him Frank BIG SWIFTY Zappa!!

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Come to think of it, "A Wizard, A True Star" seems like an attempt to approximate the flow and breadth of "Money". Lots of short songs, linked together, shifting gears quickly....


Mike Keneally has cited WOIIFTM and AWATS as kinda what he was going for with his debut album "hat".


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Funny Car wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
Come to think of it, "A Wizard, A True Star" seems like an attempt to approximate the flow and breadth of "Money". Lots of short songs, linked together, shifting gears quickly....


Mike Keneally has cited WOIIFTM and AWATS as kinda what he was going for with his debut album "hat".


And he did a pretty good job of approaching that. Even more so with "Boil That Dust Speck" though.

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WOW!!!... :shock:


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Funny Car wrote:
feetlightup wrote:
Come to think of it, "A Wizard, A True Star" seems like an attempt to approximate the flow and breadth of "Money". Lots of short songs, linked together, shifting gears quickly....


Mike Keneally has cited WOIIFTM and AWATS as kinda what he was going for with his debut album "hat".

Funny Car was me in a previous incarnation. What a guy Funny Car was!


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i thought you were issac!!!


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