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Zappa Plays Zappa 2 x DVDs
Dweezil pays hommage to his pop on this very good tribute album. Nice to see that Gail is being a good mom and not threatening Dweez with a lawsuit for 'covers that don't maintain the composer's original intent', like she does to everyone else...
Zappa, Frank - 200 Motels DVD
As I predicted, this title was taken out of circulation, but we still got it and at a reasonable price too... well... you know...we got connections. I can't promise for how long we got connections, however. So get this while we have it or forever hold....
Zappa, Frank - A Token of His Extreme DVD
Amazing. This is one of the unavailable holy grails for Zappa fans, which has never been seen since its one airing in 1974. Parts of it appear on The Dub Room Syndicate DVD, but only parts. The band is amazing and the performances are amazing and the...
Zappa, Frank - Baby Snakes DVD
First time with 5.1 dolby digital sound and on DVD. A movie about people who do stuff that is not normal. Music performed by Terry Bozzio, Roy Estrada, Adrian Belew, Ed Mann, Patrick O'Hearn, Tommy Mars, Peter Wolf and Frank Zappa. Originally released ...
Zappa, Frank - Does Humor Belong In Music? NTSC (all region) DVD
Frank live at the Pier, NYC, NY, August 26th, 1984. This is 60' long.
Zappa, Frank - From Straight to Bizarre: Zappa, Beefheart and LA's Lunatic Fringe DVD
While this is one of those basically awful "unauthorized biography" type things, for long time Zappa/Bizarre label fans, this provides a lot of interesting info.
"Desperate to remove himself from his original deal with Verve Records, in 1968...
Zappa, Frank - The Dub Room Special! DVD
This is especially noteworthy for the 12/1974 KCET broadcast, which featured the amazing, amazing animation of Bruce Bickford. You haven't ever seen anything like it. This was once available as a very hard to get VHS tape only via mail order. "Instead ...
Zappa, Frank - The Freak-Out List
"Frank Zappa published a record of his most important influences on the inside cover of his debut album. This film explores the musical roots of Frank Zappa by putting The Freak Out List under the microscope and tracing the lineage from the most pivotal..
Zappa, Frank/Mothers of Invention - In the 1960s DVD
Why was I not surprised to see this placed prominently on the box: "This film is not authorized by the estate or family of Frank Zappa"? Anyway, as a huge fan of the Mothers of Invention this was interesting for me to see and you get lots of...
Zawinul, Joe - A Musical Portrait DVD
"This film by director Mark Kidel, one of the world's leading makers of music programs (note: he made the brilliant and so-far unreleased BBC show on Robert Wyatt, "Free Will and Testament") features an illuminating documentary profile on one of the...
Zombies - Live at Metropolis Studios, London CD + DVD
Features Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone doing 19 great tracks by The Zombies and Argent. Well over an hour and Colin still sounds great.
"In January 2011 The Zombies performed a superb set to 120 enraptured guests packed into Metropolis Studios.
Zorn, John - A Bookshelf On Top Of The Sky : 12 Stories About John Zorn DVD
Claudia Heuermann's film, A Bookshelf On Top of the Sky, gives us a rare peek into the working methods of one of the most notorious and reclusive composers on the scene today. Filmed over a ten year period, this documentary includes live footage of Mas...
Zorn, John - John Zorn’s Treatment For A Film In Fifteen Scenes DVD
"Written in 1981, John Zorn’s intensely personal film treatment receives imaginative and unique interpretations by four cutting edge independent US filmmakers, Henry Hills, Lewis Klahr, Joey Izzo and Gobolux. Zorn’s perplexing list of 254 images...
Zorn, John/Richard Foreman/Henry Hills - Astronome: A Night At The Opera DVD
"Richard Foreman is one of the great geniuses of modern theatre, and his dynamic staging of John Zorn's opera Astronome was one of his greatest works. Premiering in February of 2009 at his Ontological-Hysteric Theatre in the East Village, it continued...