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Libby, I don’t think I have. I’ve got a ton of Zappa around here, and I haven’t worked my way through all of it yet. Sounds like I have a new project for the holiday season.
I have seen the bicycle concert, though. I think Charles “Live Update Guy” Pelkey turned me on to that one.
Hurben, “Joe’s Garage” is a keeper. I stumbled across the Mothers late, starting with “Fillmore East.” But I first became aware of Zappa the man when I saw the “Phi Zappa Krappa” poster in a head shop on South Tejon in Bibleburg. I’ve been working my way through the catalog off and on ever since.
When I got out of the army, in early spring of 1972, I returned to my then home town to resume the job I had left behind. I walked into the local mall and by the record store. Now, I have written this before in comments, they were playing “Road Ladies” from the Zappa album “Chunga’s Revenge.” Before my army experience, I would have kept walking. But, I turned into the store and bought the album.
So, mate, let’s drink beer till we mutate!
I will stand for the second round. 1st Cavalry Division, 13th Signal Battalion, Attached to 2nd Brigade Commo Platoon, Fire Support Base Buttons, January 1970 to December 1970. This fellow’s, who I have never met, blog photos are very similar to the pictures I have. I arrived at his blog from a Google search.