the fall

In 1995 the Fall recorded and released a Frank Zappa composition.  In 1996 they played Don Van Vliet's 'Beatle Bones 'N' Smokin' Stones' on a John Peel BBC Radio session.

The band also recorded a track called 'Psykick Dance Hall' (on their 2000 album by the same name), which has his roots in Zappa's 'Call Any Vegetable'. Also, their 'Clear Off' is heavely inspired by Captain Beefheeart's 'Semi-Multicoloured Caucasian'.

  the fall: cerebral caustic
    (1995, lp, uk, permament records permlp 30) – incl. ‘i'm not satisfied’ (frank zappa)
  the fall: psykick dance hall
    (2000, 3cd, uk, eagle records) - incl. 'psykick dance hall' (= inspired by 'call any vegetable' (frank zappa))
 

the fall: last night at the palais april 1st 2007
    (2009, cd + dvd, uk, sanctuary 2713432) - incl. 'hungry freaks, daddy' (frank zappa)

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random notes

    from: killuglyradio

In 1995 the Fall recorded and released a Frank Zappa composition.  In 1996 they played Don Van Vliet's 'Beatle Bones 'N' Smokin' Stones' on a John Peel BBC Radio session.

So I hear you say: "What's new? We already knew that.", but wait until you've read what I found on www.killuglyradio.com

The band also recorded a track called 'Psykick Dance Hall' (on their 2000 album by the same name), which has his roots in Zappa's 'Call Any Vegetable'. Also, their 'Clear Off' is heavely inspired by Captain Beefheeart's 'Semi-Multicoloured Caucasian'.


 


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