actually ; jewish princess refers to moustaches , so ; no-tel-aviv-pun involved
; i hope dweezil knows that
From: eliwork <emi...@013.net>
Sent: Sat, 17 July, 2010 13:10:07
Subject: [Zappa-List] Re: ZPZ in Tel Aviv!!!
Oddly enough, no, Jewish Princess never came up - I don't think Israelis really
can identify with that song, as it's really a North American cultural
but I was thrilled that they did "Yo Mama" at some point
I always loved that song both musically and lyrically.
As I mentioned before, Ben Thomas added plenty of local references and little
flirted with the front row crowd, at one point he jumped off the stage and sang
to people in the front row individually.
Sheila played "Hava Nagila" at one point during one of her solos
And on the encore, Dweezil called up a few of the young ladies to dance - but
they didn't really do the full "dance contest" bit that Frank used to do.
The crowd was definitely into the show, and there were many Zappa freaks there
who knew all the tunes, all the words, all the right places to laugh and
--- In Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com, duckb...@... wrote:
> Were there any requests to do Jewish Princess?
> Quoting Eli Marcus <emi...@...>:
> > The ZPZ show just conquered Tel Aviv 2 nights ago!
> > On Wednesday night, 14 July, at 10:00 PM local time.
> > ZPZ gave a 2 1/2 hour show with no intermission
> > the band was great, the show was great!
> > vocalist Ben Thomas seems to have done his homework/research before
> > going on stage,
> > as he managed to add-lib a whole list of local references into the songs,
> > including the names of a fashionable local restaurant or two...
> > --
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> > I don't hate them...
> > I just feel better when they're not around."
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