Stinkfoot, from A Token of His Extreme, a Zappa TV special from 1974 which never aired but has just been released on DVD by Eagle Rock TV. This video is from the official eaglerocktv YouTube account.
It's available for purchase on
Amazon; that's an affiliate link and I'll get a small kickback if you use it to buy the DVD (or anything else).
The Muze Jazz Orchestra, just a few short weeks ago.
Uploaded by Tadeusz Cycon, which, oddly enough, makes
twice today I've run across dudes with very different spellings of my name.
Arranged by James Woodrow and covered by Icebreaker. Bochum, Germany, 2003. Uploaded by Icebreakerterminal.
DRUMline interviews Joe Travers of Zappa Plays Zappa, who discusses, among other things, his longtime friendship and collaboration with Dweezil and Ahmet, his preservation work on the vault, and Frank's love of sound in all its forms. Uploaded by Michael St. John.
And remember, you can buy some of the recently-excavated work from the archives at
Another one from tribute band Z3 uploaded by Soundoholics; this one's still fresh, barely more than a week old (6/17). Tough to hear the voices but the instruments sound good.
An interview about Frank's legacy and introducing him to new fans. Uploaded by digitalplantpot.
NY, 1984. Uploaded by Steve Sparx.
A funny and unexpected rendition of
Baby Love, followed by Petroushka, It Can't Happen Here, and You Didn't Try to Call Me. Uploaded by tomtiddler1.
Honey Don't You Want a Man Like Me, Rudy Wants to Buy Yez A Drink, Dinah Moe Humm. Uploaded by Steve Sparx.
Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy, Lonely Little Girl, Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance, Whats The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?, Chunga's Revenge. Uploaded by Steve Sparx.