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In October 2013, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of conductor Essa-Pekka Salonen, recorded the music of composer Frank Zappa which he had originally scored for his cult-classic movie “200 Motels.” This limited-edition, purple-colored 7” single contains the opening piece from the concert, “Overture” (from 200 Motels) and another gem from the Zappa canon on the B-side; the previously unreleased recording of “What’s the Name of Your Group?” from the original score performed in 1971 by Zappa with the Royal Philharmonic.
- RSD first release
- purple 7" with opening piece, 'overture'
- B-side What’s the Name of Your Group? from a 1971 score recorded by Zappa and the Philharmonic
- first stock will be available at our New York Shop on Saturday, April 18th, 2015
- leftovers will be available online, sign up for stock email above to get first notification
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