Hmmm... Conflicting info:
But, I would think that if a satirical track did exist with the 'band imitating
the above artists', we'd know about it. I've never heard of the website that
displays this, tho' it is obviously a Dylan site.
My experience with Dylan fans extends only to my best friend, who mirrors my FZ
rabidity in his enthusiasm for "His Bobship".
He is not nearly into the trivial minutia that I associate with FZ fans... So I
wouldn't be stunned if the Dylan site had the facts slightly askew...
My experience with boots is: this could well be an "Unreleased session with
Neil Young, The Band, George Harrison, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Leonard
Cohen and The Bee Gees", with no Zappa or Dylan involvement whatsoever...
Who to believe?
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Subject: [Zappa-List] mystery FZ collaboration???
I found a listing for a vinyl boot called Frankie Meets Bobby and the fist
side is all Bob Dylan and the other side is a Zappa show but it lists a bizarre
song called Bird Of Peace. I heave the 2/21/79 show where it says these are
from and the Overture must be the intro sound effects and music from that show
but nothing sounds the the Bird title. Anyone know?
Here's the details
Bird of peace
Dead girls of London
Jumbo, go away
Bird Of Peace is an oddity. "Unreleased session with Neil Young, The Band,
George Harrison, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Leonard Cohen and The Bee Gees".
This one is in fact not a Dylan track, but a Zappa one. Frank and his band
mates imitate the voices of the above artists.
All Zappa tracks were recorded live in Bruxelles Feb. 21, 1979 at Vorst