Perhaps Frank Zappa is one of the most covered artists in music history, proving that his genius is totally transversal (like all the works he released). And also TRIO KADABRA got involved in the challenge, giving that tip of jazz (which smells a bit like a corpse, right Uncle Frank?). To give life to a particularly tight-knit combo. With little hints of Miles Davis (“All blues”), King Crimson (“Frame by frame”) and important soundtracks (“Taxi Driver’s Theme”) the whole album proves that Zappa’s music can easily fit into any musical field.
1 – Chunga’s Revenge
2 – Blessed Relief
3 – How could I be such a fool?
4 – Dog breath variations
5 – Eat that question – Inca roads
6 – All blues / King Kong / Frame by frame
7 – Little Umbrellas / Taxi Driver’s Theme
8 – Son of Mr. Green Genes
9 – Take you clothes off when you dance
MASSIMILIANO FANTOLINI: piano
MAURO GIANNACCINI: bass
JACOPO GIUSTI: drums