Sorry if I hurt anyone, I didn't mean that.
Don't know about Chris, but the question bothers me more than the answer does... You, Balint, merely answered a question.
So this is a question that can be discussed - maybe in this more open forum to the public, it's not a nice thing to share this info? I don't know. I might be wrong.
There's a great, murky, "gray" area involving what we Zappa fans do to satisfy our craving for FZ's music. Everyone has their own little "morality line" that they do not cross in respect to this...
For me, bunglescarousel's question crossed that line. His/Her question was not "I'm looking for some rare, ureleased Zappa", nor even "I want to discover more of FZ's music; where can I buy his releases?" The question was "[where] was a link to an mp3 site where it had a lot of zappa albums to download for free"? To me this really says "where can I go to get something (that, if I really had respect for the man and his work, I should pay for) for nothing"? And I think that's lame...
any body help me with this its a good site
No, it's not a good site. It's a very bad site... Those recordings have all been officially released. They should be paid for, not given away.
A good site would not give away this music. A good site would possibly have samples from which to make a decision whether or not to purchase the recording.
No this site is bad - very, very bad.
it's a good place to start, and I don't think one won't buy a ("fucking") record if he really gets involved in it. But there must be a place to start.
Okay, maybe the thief "gets involved in it", maybe the thief decides to actually purchase (the right thing to do) some FZ releases. I'd bet that the thief doesn't rush out to replace those 'free' recordings.
The place to start is at a legitimate music store, and paying the artist, or his family, or whatever, what is due for the priviledge of owning their work. Even artists that promote or allow trading of their unreleased material, do not take kindly to people helping themselves to their work. It simply isn't right.
I sometimes even lend CD-s to friends, and I don't ask them whether they make a copy or not.
Like I said, everyone has their own little "morality line". And I see nothing wrong with you lending CD's to your friends... But what that site is all about is wrong and I think bunglescarousel is wrong for wanting to download legitimate FZ releases for free.
And I bet that I'm not alone in this feeling...