Studio Z

Greg Russo (“Cosmik Debris”): “In the spring of 1963, Paul Buff left Pal Recording Studio to build a 10-track recorder for Art Leboe’s Original Sound Label. With Buff’s departure from Pal, the studio unofficially became Zappa’s (…) When Buff left, the studio in Zappa’s hands was renamed “Studio Z”, and Zappa continued his onslaught on the outer fringes of the music industry. The studio’s name was derived from the first letter of Zappa and Frank’s opinion that Studio Z was “the last studio“.”

5 thoughts on “Studio Z”

  1. You guys really are too polite. The links to the tracks haven’t been working for two hours now, and nobody says a thing! It’s fixed now… ;)

  2. A good boot. All the tracks are over 40 years old.

    Gotta Find My Roogalator, was not, in fact recorded at Studio Z, because Studio Z had been torn down before the single’s release in 1966.

    Sorry if I come off as anal, but it’s the truth.

  3. ThingFish: bear in mind that the release date does not necessarily correspond to its date of recording. There are plenty of recordings that collected dust on shelves before they ever saw the light of day.

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