Kaylwn attended the Freak Out! I just wanted it to be conversational. Let us talk Zappa. I loved the music he played. To start with, Shell-Shocked: Then we got high.
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Mar 01, Cody rated it it was ok I personally think that Kaylan and Volman may have the greatest two-part high harmonies in Rock for white dudes look up their CV and argue that shit. However, I caution against reading this. Also, hearing anyone rhapsodize about the benefits of weed at this remove is just exhausting.
Listen to the records, keep your memories pure. Oct 10, Allan Heron rated it really liked it Hugely entertaining book by one of the most underrated vocalists in rock.
It helped knit together all the different relationships of a musical kind that I knew that Howard and partner Mark Volman have enjoyed over the years, and the friendships that underpinned them. Oddly enough, there is little on his relationship with Volman which seems strange given the length of time that they have been partners. I had the immense pleasure of seeing The Phlorescent Leech and Eddie supporting Alice Cooper in Hugely entertaining book by one of the most underrated vocalists in rock.
A little bit of disciplined high The guy who sang harmony on "Happy Together" led a fascinating life. I get the feeling Kaylan is a true mensch. He seems like a lifelong entertainer who could work any stage. As a result, he is damn fine story teller here. One curiosity: He devotes almost no attention to Volman. Then again, "Happy Together" really is a song worth devoting a life to singing.
Shell Shocked: My Life with the Turtles, Flo & Eddie, and Frank Zappa, Etc.