As mentioned in the comments by LA Guru, heeeere’s Zappa’s 200 Motels:
Released on DVD for the first time, by original director Tony Palmer, is this flawed masterpiece of circa 1970 Frank Zappa craziness. Obviously shot in a very short time on a very low budget, some of this drags, but some of it is really funny and/or spot-on; I still see the ‘re-education camp for musicians’ sequence in my dreams
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Oh, WOW. HERE WE GO.
… but it’s a shame they made such an amateurish mess of Dave McMacken’s original artwork.
Oh wow, that site has some great stuff for sale (e.g., who knew that Akaten CDs are available in the US?).
Any chance of a UK release?
Released on March 8th according to Amazon
Released on March 8th according to Amazon[/quote]
Thanks! I’ll be the first in line to buy it!
This is out right now. I got mine a few weeks ago from Voiceprint (in the UK): http://www.frankzappa200motelsdvd.com/
Is it up yet?
Who need this? The Original Master is gone by Ryco, so this piece of easy money don’t need respect.
No dime for it.
I got 200 Motels and it’s EXCELLENT!
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