Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown
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Players On This Song
- FZ guitar
- Don Preston piano
- Ian Underwood woodwinds
- Bunk Gardner woodwinds
- Motorhead Sherwood baritone sax
- Roy Estrada bass
- Jimmy Carl Black drums
- Art Tripp drums
Guitar solo from The Ark, Boston July 8, 1969
Records On Which This Song Has Appeared
Zappa Albums & Side Projects
Tribute & Cover Albums
Notes About This Song
- Rearranged parts of "Holiday In Berlin, Full Blown" reappeared on the 200 Motels soundtrack as "Semi-Fraudulent/Direct-From-Hollywood Overture."
- Another version of the song on 200 Motels is "Would You Like A Snack?" (which features its own lyrics).
- Words were eventually also added to "Holiday In Berlin", as can be heard on the bootleg Freaks & Motherfu*%!!@#, which features the 11/5/70 concert at the Fillmore West in San Francisco. The Berlin students’ communistic political ideas and the attack on the Mothers was explained in the lyrics.
- Also appears as part of Zappa's one-time stage production Progress?.