Frank Zappa (guitar, keyboards, Synclavier, vocals; born December 21, 1940, died December 4, 1993)
Frank Zappa was rock and roll's sharpest musical mind and most astute social critic. He was the most prolific composer of his age, and he bridged genres of rock, jazz, classical, avant-garde and even novelty music with masterful ease. Under his own name and with the Mothers of Invention, Zappa recorded 60 albums' worth of material in his 52 years. Many were double albums or CDs, making his output even more impressively huge. Not surprisingly, he was occupied nearly every waking hour by the composing, recording, editing and performing of music.
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November 3rd, 2013
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