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The Ed Palermo Big Band: Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

Read "Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Frank Zappa once quipped that jazz wasn't dead, it just smelt funny. To many people his own highly personal brand of music also gave off a rather strange whiff at times although, since his death in 1993, his orchestral/avant-garde works have received increasingly serious consideration. At the same time Zappa's rock music has inspired a plethora ...

Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: RDNZL; Take your Clothes Off When You Dance; Dwarf Nebula Processional March & Dwarf Nebula; Pound For A Brown On The Bus; Sleep Dirt; Gumbo Variations; Mom And Dad/Oh No; Moggio.

Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: 1.RDNZL 08:52

2.Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance 06:23

3. Dwarf Nebula Processional March & Dwarf Nebula 06:07

4. Pound For A Brown On The Bus 06:02

5. Sleep Dirt 05:34

6. Gumbo Variations 05:55

7. Mom And Dad/Oh No 09:10

8. Moggio 05:34

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Ed Palermo Big Band: Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

Read "Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance" reviewed by Gina Vodegel

If two is company, would three be a crowd? In addition to an already published pair of positive reviews of this homage to Frank Zappa, this third review will hopefully sail off as a good luck charm for Ed Palermo's future enterprises. Not that he really needs it, given the fact that NPR featured Palermo and ...

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Ed Palermo: Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

Read "Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dopo otto anni da un primo album molto apprezzato, The Ed Palermo Big Band Plays the Music of Frank Zappa, il saxofonista-arrangiatore Ed Palermo ritorna sul luogo del delitto con la sua formidabile big band per riproporre otto arrangiamenti di altrettanti brani scritti dal celebre musicista rock che è diventato allo stesso tempo la sua ossessione ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Ed Palermo Big Band: Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

Read "Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Saxophonist and bandleader Ed Palermo has been arranging and performing the music of rock icon Frank Zappa for the last twelve years. 25 years ago he assembled a sixteen-piece big band of New York-based musicians which have played regularly at various Manhattan jazz clubs. This album is Palermo's second recording specifically dedicated to Zappa's original music. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Ed Palermo Big Band: Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance

Read "Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Ed Palermo first saw Frank Zappa performing in 1969, and that was to become a life-altering vision which would enlarge his perspective of what music could and should be. The fact that he migrated to jazz and picked up the saxophone while in university a few years later did not change the effect that Zappa wrought. ...


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