(PRO 368, 1970)
A single disc featuring acts on Frank Zappa's Bizarre/Straight labels. Notes by John Mendelsohn.

Alice Cooper: Titanic Overture; Refrigerator Heaven
Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band: The Blimp (Mousetrapreplica); Old Fart at Play
Judy Henske & Jerry Yester: St Nicholas Hall
Tim Buckley: I Must Have Been Blind
Wild Man Fischer: Merry-Go-Round
Tim Dawe: Little Boy Blue
Lord Buckley: Governor Slugwell
Jeff Simmons: Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up
The Mothers of Invention: Holiday in Berlin, Full Blown
The GTO's: Do Me In Once and I'll Be Sad, Do Me In Twice and I'll Know Better (Circular Circulation)
Frank Zappa: Willie the Pimp

Note: This is the first release, with Zappa's Bizarre logo on the label; Warners later reissued it with a standard WB label and the same number, but different cover art and a few different tracks. (Our thanks to Keith Hanlon, your source on the Web for all things Judy Henske, for this revelation.)

Many external links, for this disc and others, were provided through the courtesy (and occasional actual code-grinding) of Patrick Neve at Splat's Zappa Page; if it has something to do with FZ, Splat's has it or knows where it was last seen.

Updated 15 January 2001

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