Presenting another entry in our extensive Listening in Depth series.
Peaches En Regalia
This track tends to be a bit dull and could use a little sweetening on the top end on almost any copy you find. 1 or 2 dB at 10k might be just what the doctor ordered.
Willie the Pimp
This is one of the two extended tracks on the album; the second track on each side is “the long one,” and they both suffer from the same slight upper midrange boost. This song and The Gumbo Variations on side two are both difficult to turn up due to their tendency to be slightly aggressive.
Son Of Mr. Green Genes
One of the best sounding tracks on the album, and probably the best sound to be found on side one.
Possibly the best sounding song Zappa ever recorded. With the right pressing, the sound is PERFECTION.
The Gumbo Variations
Again, a slight tendency towards the aggressive, but great music. If you like hard bop sax, this track is for you.
It Must Be A Camel
The second best sounding track on the album, and some of the best music Zappa ever recorded. You have to love all the Edgar Varese-inspired percussion.