Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention - Absolutely Free (1967, Reissue 2012) mp3@320 {1337x}-kawli

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Absolutely Free is the second album by The Mothers of Invention, led by Frank Zappa. Absolutely Free is, again, a display of complex musical composition with political and social satire. The band had been augmented since Freak Out! by the addition of saxophone player Bunk Gardner, keyboardist Don Preston, guitarist Jim Fielder and drummer Billy Mundi. Fielder quit the group before the album was released and his name was removed from the album credits.
This album's emphasis is on interconnected movements, as each side of the original vinyl LP comprises a mini-suite. Leaping from style to style without warning, the album has a freewheeling, almost schizophrenic quality, encompassing everything from complex mutations of “Louie, Louie” to jazz improvisations and quotes from Stravinsky’s Petrushka. It’s made possible not only by expanded instrumentation, but also Zappa’s experiments with tape manipulation and abrupt editing, culminating in an orchestrated mini-rock opera (“Brown Shoes Don’t Make It”) whose musical style shifts every few lines, often in accordance with the lyrical content. In general the lyrics here are more given over to absurdity and non sequiturs, with the sense that they’re often part of some private framework of satirical symbols. 
But elsewhere, Zappa’s satire also grows more explicitly social, ranting against commercial consumer culture and related themes of artificiality and conformity. By turns hilarious, inscrutable, and virtuosically complex, Absolutely Free is a fabulously inventive record, bursting at the seams with ideas that would coalesce into a masterpiece.
Tracklist:
1. Plastic People [03:42]
2. The Duke of Prunes[02:12]
3. Amnesia Vivace [01:01]
4. The Duke Regains His Chops[01:52]
5. Call Any Vegetable[02:14]
6. Invocation & Ritual Dance of the Young Pumpkin [06:59]
7. Soft-Sell Conclusion [01:41]
8. Big Leg Emma [02:31]
9. Why Don’tcha Do Me Right[02:39]
10. America Drinks [01:52]
11. Status Back Baby[02:53]
12. Uncle Bernie’s Farm [02:10]
13. Son of Suzy Creamcheese [01:33]
14. Brown Shoes Don’t Make It [07:29]
15. America Drinks & Goes Home[02:48]
Personnel:
• Frank Zappa – guitar, conductor, vocals
• Jimmy Carl Black – drums, vocals
• Ray Collins – vocals, tambourine
• Don Ellis – trumpet on "Brown Shoes Don't Make It"
• Roy Estrada – bass, vocals
• Bunk Gardner – woodwinds
• Billy Mundi – drums, percussion
• Don Preston – keyboards
• John Rotella – percussion
• Jim Fielder – guitar, piano
• Pamela Zarubica – vocals
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Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention - Absolutely Free (1967, Reissue 2012) mp3@320 {1337x}-kawli/01 - Plastic People.mp3 9.203 MB
Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention - Absolutely Free (1967, Reissue 2012) mp3@320 {1337x}-kawli/02 - The Duke of Prunes.mp3 5.628 MB
Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention - Absolutely Free (1967, Reissue 2012) mp3@320 {1337x}-kawli/03 - Amnesia Vivace.mp3 2.754 MB
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