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The Torture Never Stops - Zappa* - Zoot Allures (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ The Torture Never Stops - Zappa* - Zoot Allures (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Release. Zoot Allures, released in October , is mostly a studio album (there are some basic live tracks, as in the title track and "Black Napkins") featuring a revolving cast of musicians who, oddly, do not correspond to the ones pictured on the album cover (for instance, Patrick O'Hearn and Eddie Jobson did not contribute). Compared to previous releases like One Size Fits All, Roxy.
  2. "The Torture Never Stops" is the highlight, ten minutes of suggestive lyrics, crawling riffs, searing solos, and female screams of pain. That song and "Disco Boy" became classic tracks; "Black Napkins" and "Zoot Allures" rate among the man's best guitar solos.8/
  3. The first to appear was included on the LP Zoot Allures and remains the best one, because of its studio setting. The story of "The Torture Never Stops" begins in early , when it was probably first sketched. This working version was based on a blues motif and the lyrics were to be recited.
  4. "The Torture Never Stops" is a song by Frank Zappa from the album Zoot Allures. Other versions appear on Zappa in New York, Thing-Fish, You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1, You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4, The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life, FZ:OZ, Cheap Thrills, Buffalo, Philly '76, and Hammersmith lyowebsogendgenwavilhobetevihand.coinfo: Blues rock.
  5. The Torture Never Stops This song is by Frank Zappa and appears on the album Zoot Allures ().
  6. "The Torture Never Stops" is the longest song with Zappa playing guitar, bass and keys and Bozzio on drums. A two man show. Not a big fan of this one with the woman sceaming and moaning/5(29).
  7. About Torture Never Stops "The Torture Never Stops" is a song by Frank Zappa from the album Zoot Allures. Other versions appear on Zappa in New York, Thing-Fish, You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 1, You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 4, The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life, FZ:OZ, Cheap Thrills, Buffalo, Philly '76, and Hammersmith Odeon.
  8. The album’s key track is perhaps ‘The Torture Never Stops’: predating ambient music, it allows Zappa to sing up-close and personal, lending a creepy, malignant texture to a lyric that is.
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