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Any Kind Of Pain - Frank Zappa - Broadway The Hard Way (CD, Album)

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  1. The first live album compiled from various performances on Frank Zappa's world tour (his final outing), Broadway the Hard Way is composed mostly of new, vocal-oriented material. The tone throughout is highly political, with Zappa taking potshots at such targets as Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Pat Robertson and other televangelists, Jesse Jackson, C 8/
  2. "Broadway the Hard Way" is the first of three recordings documenting Zappa's world tour. The band on this recording, and the '88 tour, was likely the best full ensemble Zappa worked with. Featuring Ike Willis, Bobby(Robert) Martin, and even Sting on a great version of "Murder by Numbers" which is merged into "Stolen Moments", a cover of an /5(66).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Frank Zappa - Broadway The Hard Way at Discogs. Complete your Frank Zappa collection/5().
  4. [FZ] “Broadway the hard way” ladies and gentlemen! “Broadway the hard way”! You are the girl Somebody invented In a grim little office On Madison Avenue They were specific They made you terrific: Red lips Blue eyes Blonde hair Un-wise You’re All-American And, darling, they said so You’d take any kind of pain from me.
  5. May 23,  · This is an odd one for me, because Broadway The Hard Way was actually the album that, more than any other, got me into Zappa. I think it's a great album, and it's about as good an example as you could find of that extreme use of those little "live sample" inserts that Zappa's band used to .
  6. Broadway The Hard Way, ladies and gentlemen! Broadway The Hard Way! You are the girl Somebody invented In a grim little office On Madison Ave. They were specific They made you terrific: Red lips; Blue eyes; Blonde hair; Un-wise— You're All-American, And, darling, they said so. YOU'D TAKE ANY KIND OF PAIN FROM ME, WOULDN'T YOU, BABY?
  7. "Broadway the Hard Way" is the first of three recordings documenting Zappa's world tour. The band on this recording, and the '88 tour, was likely the best full ensemble Zappa worked with. Featuring Ike Willis, Bobby(Robert) Martin, and even Sting on a great version of "Murder by Numbers" which is merged into "Stolen Moments", a cover of an.
  8. Broadway the Hard Way is a live album by American musician Frank Zappa recorded at various performances along his world tour. It was first released as a 9-track vinyl album through Zappa's label Barking Pumpkin Records in October , and subsequently as a track CD /5(8).
  9. 3. Any kind of pain "Any kind of pain" however is about all conventional and has no parody effects. It's the most commercial song on the CD, but still has some complexities as changing keys and the adding in of two 7/8 bars. The song opens with a II 7th - I progression in F. .

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