evil dick & the banned members
In 2007, Evil Dick & The Banned Members contributed their version of Frank Zappa's 'The Idiot Bastard Son' to "20 Extraordinary Renditions", Andrew Greenaway's project that got released on Cordelia Records.
The info said:
EVIL DICK & THE BANNED MEMBERS - a backwards version recorded in Bathroomverb. Read (and hear) lots more about it at http://www.richardhemmings.co.uk/001/idiot.html.
Personnel: Evil Dick (percussive impulses, 'psychotic gnome' vocal); Little Pete (low rumblings, high ceilings); Jools Street (guitar, violin, musical ability); Brettany Bassoon (tooting, parping, non-melodic noodling); Anne Bowden (fluttery flute, fear of hidden microphones in the bathroom).
November 2008, Evil Dick took part in the "Concert For Jimmy", a concert / festival / project to raise money for Jimmy Carl Black's family.
Evil Dick & The Banned Members contributed a track to the "21 Burnt Weeny Sandwiches" tribute that got released on Cordelia Records in 2010.
August 2011, Evil Dick & The Banned Members performed (twice) at Zappanale.
(1998, cd, uk, polemic music / fmr fmrcd60--v0998)
|evil dick and the
banned members: rock 'n'
(2002, cd, uk, polemic music pm09)
20 extraordinary renditions
(2008, cd, uk, cordelia records) - all compositions by frank zappa
|various artists: 21 burnt weeny sandwiches
(2010, cd, uk, cordelia records) - all compositions by frank zappa
(2011, cd-promo, ger, arf society) - incl. various artists playing frank zappa compositions
& the banned members:
authorised bootleg 2011 - glastonbudget festival - the soundhouse
(2011, cdr, uk, private release)
zappanale #22 - retrospectacular
(2011, cd, ger, arf society) - incl. various artists playing frank zappa compositions
(2014, cd, uk, cordelia) - all compositions by frank zappa
|various artists: weasels re-ripped
(2015, cd, uk, cordelia records cd062) - feat. various artists performing the music of frank zappa
all that glisters
(2016, cd, uk, private release)
artists: sons of mr.
(2016, cd, uk, cordelia records cd071) – all different performances of frank zappa's 'mr. green genes'