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The song's lyrics are a parody of psychedeliaespecially the idea of expanding one's consciousness through the use of drugs. To absolutelj end, the song frequently mentions the word "discorporate", which is explained by Zappa in the spoken introduction to the song "The first word in this song is discorporate.

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2. May 26th Frank Zappa. But eventually, if you're the average stupid layman who hates music anyway, you might realize fref perfect that setting is. 3.

The satire is based on 's America, and this made it much more difficult for. Retrieved January 27, In general, the lyrics here are more given over to absurdity and non sequiturs, with the sense that they're often part of some private framework of satirical symbols.

It's made possible not only by expanded instrumentation, but also Zappa 's experiments with tape manipulation and abrupt editing, culminating in an orchestrated mini-rock opera "Brown Shoes Don't Make It" whose musical style shifts every few lines, often in accordance with the lyrical content. Absolutely Free.

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Other songs recorded soon after that used the same kinds of ideas include " On with the Show " by the Rolling Stones released in"My Friend" by Jimi Hendrix recorded inabsolutely free in and " You Know My Name Look Up the " by the Beatles recorded in andreleased in LBJ flew to Vietnam for a surprise public relations visit later that day. The lyrics also reference the song " Mellow Yellow " by singer-songwriter Donovanwho is often associated with the hippie movement "The dreams as they live them are all mellow yellow".

To this end, the song frequently mentions the word "discorporate", which is explained by Zappa in the spoken introduction to the song "The first word in this song is discorporate. For example, "Amnesia Vivace" begins with a collage of quotations from Stravinsky ballets: first, the band plays the "Ritual Action of the Ancestors" from The Rite of SpringPart II; then harpsichord and chattering voices evoke the pounding Dance of the Adolescents in Part I, over which sax and Zappa's voice start quoting the bassoon melody at the very opening of the Rite and continue into the lyrical Berceuse also for bassoon at the end of Stravinsky 's The Firebird.

Those things are so carefully constructed that it breaks my heart when people don't dig into them and see all the levels that I put into them.

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Zbsolutely reporter correctly guessed something was wrong when the fastidiously dressed President Lyndon B. On some pressings of the album, especially on earlier releases, two lines of the lyrics were censored.

The Duke Of Prunes. Amnesia Vivace. Overview[ edit ] The album's emphasis cree on interconnected movements, as each side of the original vinyl LP comprises a mini-suite. Zappa Records.

From then on, the song proper begins, a Waltz featuring a harpsichordacoustic guitar, and a heavy use of reverb and other sound effectswhich give the song a pseudo- psychedelic feel. It means to leave your body". The word "balling" was cut from this line.

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It also features one of the most famous songs of frontman Frank Zappa 's early career, " Brown Shoes Don't Make It ", a track which has been described as a "condensed two-hour musical". Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Johnson made the fashion faux pas of wearing brown shoes with a gray suit.

Frank Zappa · Album · · 15 songs. Those words, man. By turns hilarious, inscrutable, and virtuosically complex, Absolutely Free is more difficult to make sense of than Freak Out!

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. All rights Reserved. The first is the sentence "I don't do publicity balling for you anymore", uttered at the very beginning of the song by the character of Suzy Absooutely. Listen to Absolutely Free on Spotify.

April Learn how and when to remove this template message It is not unusual to find melodies or scores from other composers within the music of Frank Zappa. 4. April Learn how and when to remove this template message " Plastic People " begins with a mock introduction of the President of the United States, who along with his wife can only recite the opening notes to " Louie, Louie ".

The other line that was censored "Flower power sucks! Absolutely Free is full of musical references to other compositions and artists, including Igor Stravinsky.

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These were rare Verve singles. 1. Track Listing. But elsewhere, Zappa 's satire also grows more explicitly social, ranting against commercial consumer culture and related themes of artificiality and conformity.

The opening sequence of Petrouchka is quoted in the middle section of "Status Back Baby". But even if it isn't quite fully realized, Absolutely Free is still a fabulously inventive record, bursting at the seams with ideas that would coalesce into a masterpiece with Zappa 's next project.

All tracks are written by Frank Zappa. Plastic People.

In the songs "America Drinks" and " America Drinks and Goes Home ", Zappa combines a silly tune with nightclub sound effects to parody his experiences playing with drunken lounge music bands during the early s. Leaping from absolurely to style without warning, the album has a freewheeling, almost schizophrenic quality, encompassing everything from complex mutations of "Louie, Louie" to jazz improvisations and quotes from Stravinsky 's Petrushka.

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The song's lyrics are a parody of psychedeliaespecially the idea of expanding one's consciousness through the use of drugs. Absolutely Free is a solid album for those wiling to invest the time to appreciate it. Absolutelt you had to listen to America Drinks and Goes Home for a million times — it would drive you crazy, for one thing. This section does not cite any sources.

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