Title: Burnt Weeny Sandwich
Label: Reprise Records, Bizarre Records
Style: Fusion, Avantgarde, Jazz-Rock
Cat: RS 6370
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2905 mb | MP3 size: 2496 mb | WMA size: 1672 mb
|1||Little House I Used To Live In|
Organ, Soloist – Frank ZappaPiano, Soloist – Don Preston, Ian UnderwoodViolin, Soloist – Don "Sugarcane" Harris
|2||Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown||6:27|
Written-By – The Four Deuces
|4||Igor's Boogie, Phase One||0:40|
|5||Igor's Boogie Phase Two||0:35|
|6||Overture To A Holiday In Berlin||1:29|
|7||Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich||4:35|
Written-By – Jackie & The Starlites
Piano, Soloist – Ian Underwood
|RS 6370||The Mothers Of Invention||Burnt Weeny Sandwich (LP, Album, Ter)||Bizarre Records, Reprise Records||RS 6370||US||1970|
|K 44083||The Mothers Of Invention||Burnt Weeny Sandwich (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||K 44083||UK||1973|
|RS 6370||The Mothers Of Invention||Burnt Weeny Sandwich (LP, Album, RP, Gat)||Bizarre Records, Reprise Records||RS 6370||US||Unknown|
|RS 6370||The Mothers||Burnt Weeny Sandwich (LP, Album)||Reprise Records, Bizarre Records||RS 6370||Canada||Unknown|
|D4 74239||The Mothers Of Invention||Burnt Weeny Sandwich (Cass, Album)||Zappa Records||D4 74239||US||1991|
- Arranged By – Frank Zappa (tracks: A1, B2)
- Conductor, Producer – Frank Zappa
- Songwriter, Composed By, Arranged By – Frank Zappa (tracks: A2 to B1)
℗ 1969 Frank Zappa Music, Inc.
a subsidiary of Third Story Music Inc (BMI)
Reprise reissue in regular outer jacket (not gatefold), with Maple Leaf logo on back.
(release also carries Bizarre imprint to cover. Thus as 2nd label)
Reprise tan labels, with WCC logo in radius text.
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label Matrix): 30,975
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label Matrix): 30,976
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Etched Variant 1): 30975-1A C2-DH DM 1 A
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Etched Variant 1): 30976-1A C2-DH DM 1 G
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Etched Variant 2): 30975-1A C2-DH DM 12
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Etched Variant 2): 30976-1A C2-DH DM 3
- Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Distributed By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Frank Zappa Music
- Copyright (c) – Third Story Music, Inc.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records of Canada, Ltd.
Burnt Weeny Sandwich is the sixth studio album by the American rock band the Mothers of Invention, and the ninth overall by Frank Zappa, released in 1970. It consists of both studio recordings and live elements. In contrast to the next album Weasels Ripped My Flesh, which is predominantly live and song-oriented, most of Burnt Weeny Sandwich focuses on studio recordings and tightly arranged compositions. Burnt Weeny Sandwich - Frank Zappa, The Mothers Of Invention. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Burnt Weeny Sandwich is the first of two albums by the Mothers of Invention that Frank Zappa released in 1970, after he had disbanded the original lineup. While Weasels Ripped My Flesh focuses on complex material and improvised stage madness, this collection of studio and live recordings summarizes the leader's various interests and influences at the time. It opens and closes on '50s pop covers, WPLJ and Valarie. Aybe Sea is a Zappafied sea shanty, while Igor's Boogie is named after composer Igor Stravinsky, the closest thing to a. Theme From Burnt Weeny Sandwich. Frank Zappa, The Mothers Of Invention. 2:15:étez votre collection The Mothers Of Invention. Recorded between August 1967 and July 1969, Burnt Weeny Sandwich was first released in the USA, 9th February 1970. Igor's Boogie, Phase One. Overture To A Holiday In Berlin. The albums begins and end with vintage covers, WPLJ by the Salinas, California R&B group, the Four Deuces, and Valarie, a 1960 hit for the doo-wop group, Jackie & The Starlites. Burnt Weeny Sandwich in specific borrows orchestral instrumentations, doo-wop covers, and guitar solos from The Mother's previous studio sessions and concerts. There's no satire or experimentalism to be found on the entire album. The orchestral songs are for the most part brief and follow a loose theme literally every single one is forgettable. Luckily, the two doo-wop covers, WPLJ and Valerie, are charming little numbers that serve as bookends to an otherwise instrumental album. More than half of the album over 29 of the 41 minutes is devoted to three guit. The Mothers of Invention. Wplj, 02:53. Igor's Boogie, Phase One, 00:36. Overture to a Holiday In Berlin, 01:27. Theme from Burnt Weeny Sandwich, 04:33. Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown, 06:25. Aybe Sea, 02:49. Digital Booklet: Burnt Weeny Sandwich. Album Only. Sold by Services LLC. So why choose Burnt Weeny Sandwich over heavyweights like Freak Out, Uncle Meat, or One Size Fits All Despite this album being essentially a collection of outtakes, it's got plenty of Zappa classics and little to no filler. This, the last of the original Mothers' albums, is a long instrumental ride through the lands of fantasy that does not attempt a definitive system, but finds instead spontaneity and grace of true genius. The centerpiece of the album is the twenty-two minutes of 'Little House I Used to Live In' featuring some stunning violin playing from Don Sugarcane Harris. Burnt Weeny Sandwich is ranked 5,751st in the overall chart, 972nd in the 1970s, and 104th in the year 1970. This album is rated in the top 4 of all albums on . Burnt Weeny Sandwich by The Mothers Of Invention Year: 1970 Overall rank: 5,751st. Average Rating: 78100 from 136 votes