Back home where it belongs, the music of Frank Zappa is now back in the hands of the Zappa Family Trust.
To celebrate this, the estate has signed a global license and distribution deal with Universal Music Enterprises to release 60 of the iconic composer’s recordings. The roll-out kicks off July 31 with 12 recordings, with another dozen recordings to be released monthly through the end of 2012.
We’re anxious to see what the estate has done with Cruising with Ruben & The Jets (1968), Zappa’s legendary fake doo-wop album.
Ooo, oo-ooo, ooo, oo-ooo, ooo, oo-ooo
Stuff up the cracks, turn on the gas
I’m gonna take my life. (Stuff ’em up)