Bongo Fury is a collaborative album by American artists Frank Zappa and the Mothers, with Captain Beefheart, released in October 1975. The live portions were recorded on May 20 and 21, 1975, at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas.
fazendo referência a Bongo Fury, LP, Album, Promo, San, DS 2234. Promo - a very clean and lively pressing of this album my copy sounds so much crisper to the German pressing i have. Responder Notifique-me Helpful. fazendo referência a Bongo Fury, LP, Album, San, DS 2234. Got this one, but a variant of the runout. If you are a Beefheart fan then maybe you would expect something different, that's true. Listen to it a few times and it will really start to grow on you.
Guitar, Vocals – Frank Zappa. Harmonica, Vocals, Other – Captain Beefheart. Keyboards, Vocals – George Duke. Management – Herb Cohen. Photography By – John Williams (30). Saxophone, Vocals – Napoleon Murphy Brock. Slide Guitar, Vocals – Denny Walley. Trombone, Other – Bruce Fowler (3). Written-By – Don Van Vliet (tracks: A3, B3), Frank Zappa (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B2, B4).
Bongo Fury captures Captain Beefheart aka Don Van Vliet with Frank Zappa during their brief reunion for a series of shows in the spring of 1975. This album is a pastiche of both live performances - taken from two evenings at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, TX - and studio recordings that were almost a year-and-a-half old. This is the last album to feature the highly technical jazz fusion of Mothers of Invention, whose roots can be traced back to 1973 circa Over-Nite Sensation.
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Bongo Fury" is the last Frank Zappa album where his band was listed as The Mothers. The 7 live tracks on the album were recorded on May 20 & 21, 1975 at the Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas and features among others Frank Zappa�s old friend Captain Beefheart on harmonica, harp and vocals. Bongo Fury captures Zappa and the Mothers sliding into avant-blues territory with Captain Beefheart rounding out the crew. From the perspective of a fan of the mid-1970s incarnation of the Mothers, this is probably a lower priority that that lineup's studio albums or more essential live albums like You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore Volume 2 or Roxy and Elsewhere; the fusion side of the band is toned down, and the Beefheart-less songs seem like.