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Who Are The Brain Police? - The Grandmothers - Who Could Imagine ? (CDr, Album)

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  1. Apr 28,  · Fans of experimental rock greats Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention will be pleased by this film that combines a documentary about the band with live footage. Features a variety of interviews, as well as songs such as Who Are the Brain Police?, Hungry Freaks Daddy, and Trouble Every Day. 2 hours, 14 inunicmilxikinghometebeasiral.coinfos:
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  3. Wings over America is a triple live album by Wings, released in December The album was recorded during the American leg of the band's acclaimed â76 Wings Over the World tour. It peaked at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart and reached number 1 on the US Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart.
  4. Jul 23,  · 5. FZ plays a tape of segments from "On The Road" album FZ and The Mothers on The Dick Cavett Show 6. introduction 7. Sofa (FZ & MOI) 8. lyrics to Sofa 9. censorship John and Yoko hotel story age Motels story / Ringo clip musical education Who Are The Brain Police (FZ & MOI) outro.
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  9. The duo recorded an album of classic R&B songs, Black, Brown and Blue, and performed live together. After the death of his first wife, Jimmy moved to Italy in and then to Germany in , where he reformed The Grandmothers with original members Don and Bunk and with Dutch bass player Ener Bladezipper (stagename of René Mesritz) and.