Ah but Milhouse, If Zooba purchased Imaginary Diseases he would be still 
thrilled to no end.  Additionally Roxy and Elsewhere would- or should- not let 
him down.  Yes, they do not pack the megatonnage of Hot Rats but there are no 
disappointments, even for those just beginning to wade in.
By the way, it pays to wear a Zappa t-shirt anywhere you go.  I wore my Barking 
Pumpkin purple shirt to a woodturners meeting two nights ago (in honor of the 
Chinese New Year) and one of the club members asked if I was a Zappa fan. We 
had a great conversation completely off topic to the turning and he promised to 
make some live tape copies for me.  
Read you later.
                     Marc
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  To: Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 6:38 PM
  Subject: Re: [Zappa-List] Zappa Recommendations?


  In a message dated 2/23/07 6:34:34 PM Eastern Standard Time, [EMAIL 
PROTECTED] writes:
    I have been listening to some Zappa and stumbled upon Hot Rats and have 
    been completely blown away... Can someone recommend other albums by him 
    that come close? I've listened to Uncle Meat and The Grand Wazoo but 
    they don't have the same musical intensity.
  In terms of what you're probably hoping for, I would consider Hot Rats a 
unique item in the catalog.

  --Milhouse




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