--- In Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com, "Eddy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> "These two records happen to be Frank's masterworks," Zappa tells 
Billboard, "so this is the most ambitious of all the (40th anniversary) 

I've been reading this comment in the various articles online and find 
it kind of 'thin' to believe that those 2 were his 
ultimate "masterworks". 

Knowing the whole "Conceptual Continuity" theme from FZ's entire body 
of work, for me it's all one big giant masterwork with some moments 
being more masterful than others.

Lather (Greggary Peccary), Roxy & Elsewhere, Absolutely Free belongs in 
the trilogy of Lumpy Money for my...money. 

Uncle Meat, Waka Jawaka/Grand Wazoo, Overnite/Apostrophe, One Size, 
Jazz From Hell, all the 88 stuff (Broadway, Jazz Noise, Best Band), 
Yellow Shark, etc....all masterworks.

The modern day version of We're Only In It being Tinseltown/You Are 
What You Is. Anyway, I'm just blabbin'.....


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