While Frank Zappa fans are still awaiting word on the status of Roxy By
Proxy, the Zappa Family Trust has just announced the release of a soundtrack from FZ's
1974 KCET special A Token Of His Extreme, available via the Barfko-
Swill Official Store. The release contains 11 tracks laid down by one of Frank's best
bands on August 27, 1974 at the KCET TV Studios in Southern California.
The long-bootlegged A Token Of His Extreme was finally released on DVD earlier this
year and, as with the soundtrack, contains tracks from One Size Fits All,
Apostrophe, Over-Nite Sensation and more. FZ's Official Release #97 is said
to include several tracks which are "considerably
longer" than on the DVD.
Watch "Inca Roads" from the DVD:
The Dog Breath Variations/Uncle Meat (4:02) . Montana (6:44) . Earl Of Duke (5:49) .
Florentine Pogen (11:08) . Stink-Foot (3:58) . Pygmy Twylyte (7:47) . Room Service (12:12)
. Inca Roads (9:51) . Oh No/Son Of Orange County (7:10) . More Trouble Every Day (7:17) .
A Token Of My Extreme (1:25)
Band: Frank Zappa (Vocals, Guitar), Tom Fowler (Bass), Chester Thompson (Drums), Ruth
Underwood (Percussion), George Duke (Keyboards, Vocals), Napoleon Murphy Brock (Tenor Sax,
[Published on: 11/26/13]