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Plays the Music of Frank Zappa

Plays the Music of Frank Zappa by The Ed Palermo Big Band
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The Ed Palermo Big Band

Label: Astor Place
Released: 1997
Views: 344

Track Listing


Peaches En Regalia 2:51

Toads Of The Short Forest 7:05

Who Are The Brain Police / Holiday In Berlin (Excerpt) 5:16

Twenty Small Cigars 5:42

King Kong 4:08

Aybe Sea 5:12

Waka / Jawaka 5:15

Sofa #1 4:35

The Little House I Used To Live In 5:27

We Are Not Alone 5:20

Wai,fn ? 2:22


The Ed Palermo Big Band

Additional Personnel / Information

Alto Saxophone – Ed Palermo, Phil Chester

Baritone Saxophone – Al Hunt

Bass Clarinet – Al Hunt

Bass Trombone – Jack Schatz

Clarinet – Chuck Fisher

Drums – Ray Marchica

Electric Bass – Paul Adamy

Electric Guitar – Mike Stern

Flute – Al Hunt, Chuck Fisher, Phil Chester

Guitar – Ed Palermo, Mike Keneally

Oboe – Al Hunt

Piano – Bob Quaranta

Piccolo Flute – Al Hunt, Phil Chester

Piccolo Trumpet – Jeff Holmes

Soprano Saxophone – Al Hunt, Phil Chester

Tenor Saxophone – Bob Mintzer, Chris Potter (2), Chuck Fisher

Trombone – Dale Kirkland, Dan Levine

Trumpet – Jeff Holmes, Liesl Whitaker

Vibraphone – Dave Samuels

Composed By – Ed Palermo (tracks: 11), Frank Zappa (tracks: 1 to 10)

Arranged By / Band Leader – Ed Palermo

Engineer – Jim Anderson, Matthew "Boomer" Lamonica, Scott Noll

Engineer [Assistant] – Kristina Schwarz*

Mastered By – Allan Tucker

Mixed By – Jim Anderson

Executive-Producer – Steve Plotnicki

Design [Package] – Carla Leighton

Photography By – Daniel Miller (9)


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