Irma Coffee

Irma Coffee sat in as a guest vocalist with Zappa's band in New Jersey in November 1973, and material from that show ended up on the bootlegs Nifty, Around the World, No Bacon For Breakfast part 2, Bongo Fury in El Paso and Time Sandwich.

She was a singer who made a single for Hi-Records in 1973: "Any Way the Wind Blows" / "You Made Me What I Am" (Hi2253). "Any Way the Wind Blows" was not the Zappa song, but an Earl Randle creation.

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