Offered for sale is a still sealed U.S. copy of the double album Uncle Meat by Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
About this copy: This copy of Uncle Meat is a sealed U.S. pressing on the Bizarre/Reprise label.
As the album is still sealed, the records are presumably new and unplayed.
The shrink wrap is fully intact except for a small break at the lower right hand corner. This copy does not have a hype sticker on the wrap. There are no cutout marks, such as cut corners or punch holes.
The label variation is unknown; this copy may have Bizarre labels or later Reprise labels. Most copies included a 12 page booklet; we do not know if this copy has one or not.
A nice copy of a Zappa album that is usually found in rough condition.
Background: Originally released in 1969, Uncle Meat was the seventh album by Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
The album reached #43 on the U.S. album charts.
Just three years into their recording career, the Mothers of Invention released their second double album, Uncle Meat, which began life as the largely instrumental soundtrack to an unfinished film. It’s essentially a transitional work, but it’s a fascinating one, showcasing Frank Zappa’s ever-increasing compositional dexterity and the Mothers’ emerging instrumental prowess. It was potentially easy to overlook Zappa’s melodic gifts on albums past, but on Uncle Meat, he thrusts them firmly into the spotlight; what few lyrics there are, Zappa says in the liner notes, are in-jokes relevant only to the band. …It’s exciting to hear one of the most creatively fertile minds in rock pushing restlessly into new territory, even if he isn’t always quite sure where he’s going. …Though some might miss the gleeful satire of Zappa’s previous work with the Mothers, Uncle Meat’s continued abundance of musical ideas places it among his most intriguing works.
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|Year of Release:||1969|