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Tink Walks Amok - Zappa* - The Man From Utopia (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. 3. Tink Walks Amok 4. The Radio Is Broken 5. We Are Not Alone 6. The Dangerous Kitchen 7. The Man From Utopia Meets Mary Lou 8. Stick Together 9. The Jazz Discharge Party Hats Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. A few instrumental tunes round out the set, including the superb "Moggio" and "Tink Walks Amok," with Arthur Barrow playing multiple bass parts. The album's title comes from a '50s song, included ("The Man From Utopia Meets Mary Lou [Medley]"), while the cover artwork alludes to an infamous Italian tour in plagued by mosquitoes and riots.4/
  3. Tink Walks Amok is an instrumental that has an 11/8 main theme and some great bass riffing from Scott Thunes as well as some fantastic drumming from Chad Wackerman. It's the first of three great instrumentals on the album. The Radio is Broken has some classic vocal stylings from Roy Estrada and some silly vocals from Zappa as well/5(11).
  4. A few instrumental tunes round out the set, including the superb "Moggio" and "Tink Walks Amok," with Arthur Barrow playing multiple bass parts. The album's title comes from a '50s song, included ("The Man From Utopia Meets Mary Lou [Medley]"), while the cover artwork alludes to an infamous Italian tour in plagued by mosquitoes and riots.
  5. The Man From Utopia, an Album by Zappa. Released in March on Barking Pumpkin (catalog no. FW ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Comedy Rock, Art Rock.
  6. Album. The Man from Utopia Frank Zappa. Released March 28, Tink Walks Amok Lyrics. 4. The Radio Is Broken Lyrics. 5. Moggio Lyrics. 6. The Man from Utopia Meets.
  7. Tink walks amok "Tink walks amok", one of the three instrumentals from the album, deals with varying bass motifs. The example below is the opening with the basic motif in 11/16, interrupted by one bar in 4/4.
  8. This album presents a mix of studio tracks and altered live recordings from Frank Zappa's hard rock period. The tone is definitely less rock-oriented than on Them or Us, only "Stick Together" and "Cocaine Decisions" qualifying as such. The most noticeable trend here is the half-spoken half-sung free-form numbers "The Radio Is Broken," "The Dangerous Kitchen," and "The Jazz Discharge Party Hats.
  9. This album is stylistically all over the place, ranging from the mutant doo-wop of Luigi and the Wise Guys, through a great cover of Mary Lou, the sequenced sounding Tink Walks Amok(a superb instrumental), the black and white sci-fi hued bizarre and unlike anything anyone else I have ever heard has done The Radio Is Broken(during which Frank and Bobby Martin burst out laughing as they try to /5(70).

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