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Darsteller: The Mothers Of Invention
Titel: Absolutely Free
Land: US
Genre: Rockmusik
Stil:Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Avantgarde, Prog Rock
Freigegeben: 1967
Katalognummer: V/V6-5013X, V6-5013
Etikett: Verve Records
MP3-Albumgröße: 2520 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 1491 mb


1 The M.O.I. American Pageant (#2 In A Series Of Underground Oratorios) 18:35
2The Duke Of Prunes2:12
3America Drinks & Goes Home2:43
4Plastic People3:40
5Status Back Baby2:52
6The Duke Regains His Chops1:45
7Son Of Suzy Creamcheese1:33
8Uncle Bernie's Farm2:09
9Amnesia Vivace1:01
10Brown Shoes Don't Make It7:26
11Call Any Vegetable2:19
12Soft-Sell Conclusion & Ending Of Side #11:40
13America Drinks1:52
14 Absolutely Free (#1 In A Series Of Underground Oratorios) 19:34
15Invocation And Ritual Dance Of The Young Pumpkin6:57


  • Composed By, Arranged By, Conductor, PerformerFrank Zappa
  • Engineer [Director Of Engineering]Val Valentin
  • Engineer [Remix]David Greene
  • Engineer, Recorded ByAmi Hadani
  • Layout, Artwork By [Cover Art, Collages], Liner NotesZappa
  • MusicianBilly Mundi, Bunk Gardner, Don Preston, Jim Black, Jim Sherwood, Ray Collins, Roy Estrada
  • Photography By [Front]Alice Ochs
  • Photography By [Other]Jerry Deiter, Marshal Harmon
  • ProducerTom Wilson


Black labels with different address: “Manufactured by MGM Records, Inc., 7165 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, Calif. 90046”
Gatefold cover with "War Means Work For All" partially erased on back (above the American flag). Cardboard is thinner.
Side A is ''unbanded'': the tracks are NOT separated by wider grooves. Disk is thinner and more flexible.
Label sides printed as "Side 1" & "Side 2"


  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out info [hand-etched] side A): V6-5013 SIDE 1 M∂S-672 - RE-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out info [hand-etched] side B): V6-5013 SIDE 2 M∂S-673

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Absolutely Free is the second studio album by American rock band the Mothers of Invention, released on May 26, 1967 by Verve Records. Much like their 1966 debut Freak Out, the album is a display of complex musical composition with political and social satire. The band had been augmented since Freak Out by the addition of woodwinds player Bunk Gardner, keyboardist Don Preston, rhythm guitarist Jim Fielder, and drummer Billy Mundi Fielder quit the group before the album was released, and his name was. Формируйте собственную коллекцию. By turns hilarious, inscrutable, and virtuosically complex, Absolutely Free is more difficult to make sense of than Freak Out, partly because it lacks that album's careful pacing and conceptual focus. But even if it isn't quite fully realized, Absolutely Free is still a fabulously inventive record, bursting at the seams with ideas that would coalesce into a masterpiece with Zappa's next project. Track Listing. Album 2012 15 Songs. Absolutely Free. The Mothers of Invention. Рок-музика free to The Mothers of Invention Absolutely Free. The Mothers of Invention were an American band active from 1966 to 1969. Throughout, their output was primarily directed by composer and guitarist, Frank Zappa 19401993. Their albums combined a broad span of genres and utilised dive read more. The Mothers Of Invention : Absolutely Free,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Absolutely Free 1967. Album by The Mothers of Invention. Plastic People. was sampled in. Cold World by GZA feat. Inspectah Deck and Life 1995. Louie Louie by Richard Berry and The Pharaohs 1957. Invocation and Ritual Dance of the Young Pumpkin. Absolutely Free is a continuation of the weird freakiness-both in sounds and concepts-introduced on Freak Out Plastic People and America Drinks & Goes Home continue the artist's lampooning of Middle American values, while this time out, Zappa also seems obsessed with the fruits and vegetables that keep you regular The Duke of Prunes, Call Any Vegetable. The second Mothers Of Invention album, originally released in 1967, continues Zappa's musical combo of rocksatirejazzdoo-wop and more. The Mothers of Invention American Pageant is not quite as good as Absolutely Free, but it still has its strong points. America Drinks starts this side of the album and it is a really shoddy spoof of an American cabaret lounge that is really a complete lack of substance, although I do enjoy the drumming by Jimmy Carl Black. The second album from Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention was Absolutely Free. This is an even greater album than their debut Freak Out Which I think is an excellent album. Absolutely Free could be called a concept album even though more concepts blend together