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Thanks to the surprise radio airplay of "Don't Eat that Yellow Snow," Apostrophe introduced a whole new audience to the music of Frank Zappa in the early '70s. Like its companion set, Over-Nite Sensation, this album found Zappa producing highly polished jazz-rock, mixing tales of absurd characters with musical showmanship and snarling guitar work. The first half of the album is a sort of mini-concept album, relating the adventures of an Eskimo named Nanook, and the second half features such Zappa classics as "Cosmik Debris" and "Stink-Foot." - Andrew Boscardin

Frank Zappa, Apostrophe ('), 1974

1 comentário:

  1. "over-nite sensation" é o nosso album preferido de Frank Zappa, mas depois vem sempre essa obra intitulada "King Kong" com o Jean-Luc Ponty.
    paula e rui lima