|In 1961, Frank Zappa hired
a bunch of studio musicians to record his 'Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance'.
The track got released in 1996 (!!) on "The Lost Episodes".
The names of the participating musicians got misspelled on "The Lost Episodes". It should have read:
the track appears on
|frank zappa: the lost episodes
(1996, cd, usa, ryko)
February 2008, Geoff Wills added:
Foster remembers Chuck Glave as playing drums on Frank Zappa's 1961
version of Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance. I recently spoke on the
'phone with Chuck Glave, and he did not remember being on the recording,
but he said that he played a number of gigs with Zappa in the early
1960s. He remembered playing at Zappa's father's restaurant, when Zappa
was trying to play jazz on vibraphone (this was probably 1963), and also
doing some rock gigs with Zappa as well. He said that Zappa was
definitely a jazz fan at this time. I think that it is probable that
Chuck Glave did play on Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance, but it may
be too far back for him to remember.
is a member of the Regency Jazz Band, a San Antonio-based band formed in
the early 1980s. They play Art Blakey-style hard bop, and are a fixture
on the Texas festival circuit, with a loyal and regional base of
long-time fans. The line-up is Al Gomez (trumpet); John Magaldi (saxes);
Aaron Prado (piano); George Prado (bass); Chuck Glave (drums) and
Shelley Murray (vocals). They appear on a track on the album Hot
Tamales: A San Antonio Tribute to Robert Johnson (Bexar Nekkid, 2004).