The Mothers Of Invention Absolutely Free Album Art Design
Black Frank Zappa Shirt
The second studio album released by The Mothers of Invention, 1967's Absolutely Free, saw Frank Zappa expanding the band line-up to include new sounds like the woodwinds of Bunk Gardner, keyboards by Don Preston, drummer Billy Mundi, and rhythm guitar by Billy Fielder(who left the band before the album's release).
Featuring classic Zappa musical homages to Igor Stravinsky's ballet, Gustav Holst's Planets Suite and Richard Berry's"Louie, Louie," Absolutely Free is an eclectic, experimental blend of sound. Featuring the Frank Zappa classic"Brown Shoes Don't Make It," AbsolutelyFree is an iconic entry in the catalog of both the Mothers of Invention and Zappa himself.
The Mothers of Invention's Absolutely Free album art
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