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Paul Buff Discography of CDs


Paul Buff Presents Highlights from the Pal and Original Sound Studio Archives Paul Buff Presents Highlights from the Pal and Original Sound Studio Archives CDs (2012)
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Paul Buff discography Track Listing of songs: Breaktime; (Ghost) Riders in the Sky; Hurricane; Ambrosial; Upside Down World (Stereo Mix); The Sahara Hop; Drums a-Go-Go (Stereo Mix); Take It Off; Everytime I See You; Big City Surfer; Troubled Times; Baja Bongos (Stereo Mix); Louie De Loop; Memories of El Monte (Stereo Mix); Mr. Clean; The Truant; The World's Greatest Sinner; Blind Man's ...
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Cucamonga Cucamonga CD (1998) 2.5 stars
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Paul Buff CD discography CUCAMONGA is a collection of Frank Zappa recordings from the pre-Mothers Of Invention days of the early '60s. Equally enamored of Hubert Sumlin and Edgard Varese, Frank Zappa's musical experimentation in the early '60s was a springboard for his more ambitious latter work. Collaborating with fellow technical iconoclast Paul Buff, Zappa produced and played much of this material at Buff's Pal Recording Studio. At the time, Zappa signed to Bob Keane's Del-Fi Records for a series of singles released under different pseudonyms and with different musicians. Zappa's writing ranged from straightforward doo-wop (The Heartbreakers' "Everytime I See You" and "Cradle Rock") to novelty songs (the Bobby "Boris" Pickett-flavored shenanigans of Bob Guy's "Dear Jeepers" and "Letter From Jeepers"). Despite the straightforward nature of many of these compositions, Zappa still injected left-field nuances; mixing crashing waves into the Rotations' surf instrumental "Heavies" and inserting a croaking frog and a disembodied whiny voice into the greasy R&B of Baby Ray & the Ferns' "How's Your Bird" (named for an expression used by talk show host/comedian Steve Allen, on whose show a young Zappa appeared playing a bicycle). Includes liner notes by Bryan Thomas. Personnel includes: Frank Zappa (various instruments); Ray Collins, Bob Guy (vocals); The Heartbreakers, Paul Buff, Baby Ray & The Ferns, The Pauls, The Rotations, Mr. Clean. Producers: Frank Zappa, Paul Buff. Reissue producer: Gary Tanenbaum. Personnel: Frank Zappa (vocals, guitar); Cleveland Duncan, Ray Collins , Bob Guy (vocals); Paul Buff (guitar); Mike Dineri (saxophone). Illustrator: Dennis Loren.

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Member NameWorked With
Frank ZappaMothers Of Invention, Jean-Luc Ponty, Captain Beefheart, Pierre Boulez, Dweezil Zappa, Frank Zappa & The Mothers, Blossom Toes, Grand Funk Railroad, John Lennon
Paul BuffFrank Zappa

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