Sunday, February 15, 2009


Four years after number 7, I didn't really expect another volume of the Unmatched series.
I consider the Unmatched album as an important part of my Frank Zappa discography, so I was more than glad to see three (!!) new discs pop up.
The Central Scrutinizer Band is on it with a fine version of 'Andy'. Ozkar's on it with one of the funkiest and jazziest versions of Pygmy Twylyte that I ever heard, and he gives 'Willie The Pimp' a superb South American arrangement...
And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

I love it.
Essential listening for every Zappa fan!!
Check it out.

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