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  1. Voodoozahn Reply

    In , Zappa recorded another attempt, handling the vocals himself; that is the most widely known incarnation of the song, included on the LP Zoot Allures. Ironically, by the time it found its definitive form, "Wonderful Wino" was not performed on-stage anymore.

  2. Kemuro Reply

    May 26,  · WONDERFUL WINO As recorded by Frank Zappa (From the Album ZOOT ALLURES) [Intro] A G C A G C A G C A G C [Verse 1] A G L.A. in the summer of '69 A D I went downtown and bought me some wine C.

  3. Togal Reply

    To which: Zoot Allures’ title track is more instrumental and was apparently a late addition to the album, though Zappa was in a rush to perfect it for immediate live dates. In terms of sales.

  4. Domi Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Jacksonville pressing Vinyl release of Zoot Allures on Discogs.4/5(33).

  5. Mikashakar Reply

    With his "Zoot allures" album, Zappa delivered a rock 'n roll album, exaggerating the roughness that's supposed to come along with it by posing as some sort of a creep on the album cover (photos by Gary Heery). Wonderful wino. This song stems from , at first a Jeff Simmons song for a solo album. He played the music to Zappa, saying.

  6. Mazulmaran Reply

    Wonderful Wino This song is by Frank Zappa and appears on the album Zoot Allures (). L.A. in the summer of '69 I went downtown and bought me some wine Oh, I drank it down under the table I said: watch me now, I'm gonna eat the label Well I'm a wino man, Don't you know I am.

  7. Mami Reply

    May 20,  · Coincidentally, comedian George Carlin also had a comedy routine called "Wonderful Wino", which debuted in Wino Man - With Dr. John Routine on Freaks & Motherfuckers is citing Bringing In The Sheaves, which also seagues Friendly Little Finger and "Wonderful Wino" together on Zoot Allures.

  8. Jule Reply

    Zoot Allures is revered as one of the best Zappa instrumentals ever. The catchy main riff and the great breakdown solo sections are perfect for a studio piece (and it's not too long and to the point), and like a few other tracks on the album is a better song live. The closer of the album is Disco Boy, Zappa's stab at the disco culture/5(29).

  9. Kijin Reply

    Wonderful Wino Written-By – Jeff Simmons: B4: Zoot Allures Bass – Dave Parlato Harp – Lu Ann Neil* Marimba – Ruth Underwood: B5: Disco Boy Backing Vocals – Andre Lewis, Davey Moire, Roy Estrada, Sparkie Parker, Terry Bozzio: /5(15).

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