Title: Over-Nite Sensation
Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock
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Over-Nite Sensation is a studio album by Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention, released in September 1973. It was followed by Zappa's solo album Apostrophe (') (1974), which was recorded during the same sessions. Frank Zappa wanted to use backup singers on the songs "I'm the Slime", "Dirty Love", "Zomby Woof", "Dinah-Moe Humm" and "Montana".
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Band Name The Mothers Of Invention. Album Name Over-Nite Sensation. Released date 07 September 1973.
Over-Nite Sensation" (1973) marked a new beginning, with a new band and the closest thing to a radio-friendly rock album to date. The first side of the 1974 album "Apostrophe," with the minor hit "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow," was recorded as part of the same sessions. Most of these songs got a lot of airplay on WXRT in Chicago. The only one I don't recall hearing is "Fifty-Fifty. He had broken up the original Mothers of Invention in 1970, had become consumed in ill-fated film projects (Uncle Meat, 200 Motels), nearly died when a fan pushed him off the stage in London in December 1971, and composed the music for two instrumental albums while incapacitated (Waka/Jawaka, The Grand Wazoo).
Over-Nite Sensation Frank Zappa.
With Over-nite Sensation, it features obscene lyrics and is bizzare, but for a different reason than usual. s discography while keeping the raunchy and quirky lyrics ever present while criticizing the culture of the then-present day. And with the backing vocals of Tina Turner and the Ikettes, and the support of the late Ricky Lancelotti on vocals for Fifty -Fifty and Zomby Woof. Lancelotti would have a falling out with Zappa not long after the recording of this album and after an incident where Lancelotti showed up to rehearsals intoxicated, Lancelotti would refuse to go on tour, accusing Zappa of using him only to learn how to sing. Lancelotti would die from injuries sustained in a car accident in 1980.
Then, in 1973, Frank and The Mothers suddenly started getting FM airplay with this album.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A2||I'm The Slime
Vocals [Announcer] – Kin Vassy
Vocals – Ricky Lancelotti
Vocals – Ricky Lancelotti
Vocals – Kin Vassy, Sal Marquez
Vocals – Kin Vassy
- Bass – Tom Fowler
- Drums – Ralph Humphrey
- Engineer – Barry Keene, Fred Borkgren, Steve Desper*, Terry Dunavan
- Keyboards, Synthesizer – George Duke
- Marimba, Vibraphone [Vibes], Percussion – Ruth Underwood
- Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Arranged By, Written-By – Frank Zappa
- Saxophone [Alto & Tenor], Flute, Clarinet – Ian Underwood
- Trombone – Bruce Fowler
- Trumpet, Vocals – Sal Marquez
- Violin, Violin [Baritone] – Jean-Luc Ponty
Notes(p) 1973 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|MS 2149||The Mothers||Over-Nite Sensation (LP, Album, Gat)||Discreet||MS 2149||US||1973|
|DSK 2288||The Mothers||Over-Nite Sensation (LP)||Discreet||DSK 2288||1973|
|DIS 41 000, MS 2149||The Mothers||Over-Nite Sensation (LP, Album, Gat)||Discreet, Discreet||DIS 41 000, MS 2149||Germany||1973|
|HRES 291-54||Frank Zappa And The Mothers||Frank Zappa And The Mothers - Over-Nite Sensation (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||HRES 291-54||Spain||1973|
|VACK-1217||Frank Zappa & The Mothers||Frank Zappa & The Mothers - Over-Nite Sensation (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Min)||Rykodisc||VACK-1217||Japan||2001|