Difference between revisions of "Little House I Used To Live In"

From Zappa Wiki Jawaka
Jump to: navigation, search
(Albums In Which This Song Has Appeared)
Line 1: Line 1:
[[Category:Tracks]]
 
 
 
==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
 +
==Players On This Song==
 +
[[Frank Zappa]] - guitar, organ
  
From [[Fillmore East, June 1971]] version
+
[[Ian Underwood]] - piano, woodwinds
 
+
 
+
Ooh!
+
La-la la-la-la la-ra-la-la la-la-la
+
La-la la-la-la la-ra-la-la la-laaaah!
+
  
 +
[[Lowell George]] - guitar
  
Aynsley Dunbar!
+
[[Don Preston]] - organ, piano
  
 +
[[Buzz Gardner]] - trumpet
 +
 +
[[Bunk Gardner]] - woodwinds
  
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
+
[[Roy Estrada]] - bass
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
+
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
+
Ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya
+
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
+
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
+
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
+
Ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya
+
  
 +
[[Jimmy Carl Black]] - drums
  
Hoopla!
+
[[Arthur Tripp|Art Tripp]] - drums
Oink! Oink!
+
La la la la . . .
+
Aah!
+
  
 +
[[Don "Sugarcane" Harris|Sugar Cane Harris]] - violin
  
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
 
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
 
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
 
Ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya
 
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
 
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
 
Ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya
 
Ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya ya-ya-ya
 
La la-la la-la-la
 
La-la la-la-la-la la-la la-la
 
La-la la-la la-la-la-la la-la la-la . . . Mud Shark
 
  
 +
==Records On Which This Song Has Appeared==
  
==Albums In Which This Song Has Appeared==
 
===Zappa Albums===
 
  
* [[Burnt Weeny Sandwich]]
+
===Singles===
* [[Fillmore East, June 1971]]
+
===Zappa Albums & Side Projects===
* [[You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore Vol. 5]] as '''Return Of The Hunch-Back Duke'''
+
===Tribute & Cover Albums===
 +
==Notes About This Song==
 +
The various sections of this piece have been edited together to form a single composition. Many of the themes have been reworked in various permutations since 1962: variously known as [[The Duke]], [[The Hunchback Duke]], [[Twinkle Tits]] and rearranged for the [[Fillmore East, June 1971]] album.
  
===Tributes & Cover Albums===
+
{{stub}}
* [[Meridian Arts Ensemble]]: [[Anxiety Of Influence]] as track 3 '''Little House I Used To Live In - Piano Intro''' and track 4 '''Little House I Used To Live In - Ensemble'''
+
  
 
==CC Clues In This Song==
 
==CC Clues In This Song==
"Aybe Sea" is played again, this time in concert along with other instruments playing different parts louder in the mix (some might even be sped-up and edited over the performance), toward the end of “Little House I Used to Live In,” a long piece whose other sections have their own titles (not listed on the album cover), such as “Little House,” “The Duke,” “Return of the Hunchback Duke,” “Return of the Son of the Hunchback Duke” and “Twinkle Tits.” The whole piece grew from a piano exercise that Frank had written in 1962. A restructured version of that initial exercise was played on electric piano during the “Concerto For Mothers and Orchestra” at the University of California at Los Angeles in May of 1970.
 
  
Starting with the return of “Aybe Sea,” the closing section of “Little House I Used to Live In” (and Frank’s subsequent comments to the audience) come from the Mothers’ 6/6/69 show at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
+
  [[Category:Tracks]]

Revision as of 09:44, 19 June 2005

Lyrics

Players On This Song

Frank Zappa - guitar, organ

Ian Underwood - piano, woodwinds

Lowell George - guitar

Don Preston - organ, piano

Buzz Gardner - trumpet

Bunk Gardner - woodwinds

Roy Estrada - bass

Jimmy Carl Black - drums

Art Tripp - drums

Sugar Cane Harris - violin


Records On Which This Song Has Appeared

Singles

Zappa Albums & Side Projects

Tribute & Cover Albums

Notes About This Song

The various sections of this piece have been edited together to form a single composition. Many of the themes have been reworked in various permutations since 1962: variously known as The Duke, The Hunchback Duke, Twinkle Tits and rearranged for the Fillmore East, June 1971 album.

This article is a Stub. Please help the Zappa Wiki Jawaka to grow by adding to it.

CC Clues In This Song