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Ben's Wacky Radio - March 27, 2012
Topic: Festival of Fools

Next week: Baseball (also Easter)

Listing added by:  wackyben86

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BillMills   Offline  -  Artist  -  03-27-12 06:47 PM  -  6 years ago
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A great playlist appropriate for anyone in a "foolish" mood! I enjoyed the heck out of it... but then I am known to be quite the fool myself! TY for another great listen.
karlap   Offline  -  Artist  -  03-27-12 07:01 PM  -  6 years ago
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Thanks for playing Frank Zappa's "Oh No" whicjh I rememebr well from my youth. For the purpose of the playlist, it was released under artist name The Mothers Of Invention on the album Weasals Ripped My Flesh. It is on the mad Music Archive unser the following song ID:

www.madmusic.com/song_details.aspx?SongID=21548
wackyben86   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  03-27-12 08:12 PM  -  6 years ago
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I guess it never hit me that the song was from The Mothers Of Invention. The version I found was off of iTunes. So maybe to make up for it I'll play the Mothers Of Invention song on my next show.
karlap   Offline  -  Artist  -  03-28-12 01:38 AM  -  6 years ago
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As soon as you said iTunes, I knew this version must be from the "Beat the Boots" series, as that is the only FZ the Zappa Family Trust allows on iTunes and other mainstream digital music services. This version is from the Unmitigated Audacity CD, which is not yet listed on Mad Music.

Note: the Beat The Boots albums were originally unauthorized bootleg vinyl records; Zappa later reissued them on CD, bad sound quality and all. The only authorized downloads of any of the "official" FZ catalog are directly from the zappa.com website, in lossless FLAC format.

Sorry about the confusion. I suppose it helps to actually listen to the show before shooting my mouth off.
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