Album Frank Zappa - The Grand Wazoo
|1||The Grand Wazoo|
Soloist [Bottle-neck Solo], Guitar – Tony DuranSoloist [Opening Solo], Guitar – Frank ZappaSoloist, Trombone – Bill ByersSoloist, Trumpet – Sal Marquez
|3||Eat That Question||6:41|
|4||For Calvin (And His Next Two Hitch-Hikers)||6:06|
Soloist, Saxophone – Ernie Watts
|MS 2093||The Mothers||The Grand Wazoo (LP, Album, Gat)||Bizarre Records, Reprise Records||MS 2093||US||1972|
|RS 2093||The Mothers||The Grand Wazoo (LP, Album, Gat)||Reprise Records||RS 2093||New Zealand||1972|
|REP 44 209, MS 2093||Frank Zappa And The Mothers||Frank Zappa And The Mothers - The Grand Wazoo (LP, Album, RP, Gat)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||REP 44 209, MS 2093||Germany||Unknown|
|RCD 10517||Frank Zappa / The Mothers||Frank Zappa / The Mothers - The Grand Wazoo (CD, Album, RE, RM, RP)||Rykodisc||RCD 10517||US||Unknown|
|M5 2093||The Mothers||The Grand Wazoo (Cass, Album, RP)||Reprise Records, Bizarre Records||M5 2093||US||Unknown|
- Art Direction – Frank Zappa
- Bass – Erroneous
- Brass – Bill Byers (tracks: 1, 2), Ernie Tack (tracks: 1, 2), Ken Shroyer (tracks: 1, 2), Malcolm McNabb (tracks: 1, 2), Sal Marquez (tracks: 1 to 3, 5)
- Brass [Multiple Toots] – Sal Marquez (tracks: 4)
- Brass, Trombone [Multiple] – Ken Shroyer (tracks: 3)
- Contractor [And Spiritual Guidance] – Ken Shroyer (tracks: 1, 2)
- Cover [Cover Illustration], Illustration [Cover Illustration] – Cal Schenkel
- Drums – Aynsley Dunbar
- Engineer – Kerry McNabb
- Guitar – Frank Zappa (tracks: 1 to 4), Tony Duran (tracks: 1, 2)
- Keyboards – George Duke (tracks: 3 to 5)
- Layout [Digital] – Michael Mesker
- Lead Guitar – Frank Zappa (tracks: 5)
- Mastered By – Doug Sax
- Mastered By [With] – Robert Hadley, Sangwook "Sunny" Nam
- Percussion – Alan Estes (tracks: 1, 2), Bob Zimmitti (tracks: 1, 2), Frank Zappa (tracks: 4)
- Percussion, Gong – Lee Clement (tracks: 4)
- Photography By – Barry Feinstein, Ed Caraeff, Tony Esparza
- Producer, Composed By, Arranged By, Conductor – Frank Zappa
- Production Manager – Melanie Starks
- Rhythm Guitar – Tony Duran (tracks: 5)
- Synthesizer [Mini-moog] – Don Preston (tracks: 1, 2)
- Text By ["Legend"] – Frank Zappa
- Transferred By – Joe Travers
- Vocals – "Chunky" (tracks: 3), Frank Zappa (tracks: 3), George Duke (tracks: 3), Janet Neville-Ferguson (tracks: 1, 2), Sal Marquez (tracks: 1, 2)
- Woodwind – Tony "Bat Man" Ortega (tracks: 1, 2), Earl Dumler (tracks: 1, 2), Ernie Watts (tracks: 3), Fred Jackson (tracks: 1, 2), Joanne Caldwell (tracks: 1, 2), Joel Peskin (tracks: 4, 5), Johnny Rotella (tracks: 1, 2), Mike Altschul
This album was originally released 1972.
©℗ 1972, mmxii Zappa Family Trust.
Published worldwide ©1972 ZFT dba Munchkin Music.
Mastered The Mastering Lab, 2012.
Under exclusive license to Universal Music Enterprises, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Made in the EU.
This is Zappa Family Archival Matter In Living Ylem.
Source: Original 1972 Analog Master
This is Official Release #16.
Artwork ©1995/mmxii Zappa Family Trust.
Vaultmeisterment & Analog Transfers March 2012, UMRK.
DSD signal path: Ampex ATR-102/Meitner Mark II A/D Converter via Sonoma Digital Workstation.
Art & text ©1972, mmxii zappa family trust
Recorded at Paramount Studios, Hollywood
- Barcode: 8 24302 38492 3
- Barcode (Scanned, UPC-A): 824302384923
- Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K6
- Matrix / Runout: [Sony DADC Logo] [Universal Logo] 0238492 21 A00
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Zappa Family Trust
- Copyright (c) – Zappa Family Trust
- Licensed To – Universal Music Enterprises
- Record Company – Universal Music Group International
- Published By – Zappa Family Trust
- Published By – Munchkin Music
- Recorded At – Paramount Recording Studios
- Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
- Made By – Sony DADC
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