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Nick Luscombe previews Frank Zappa: Eat That Question

Nick Luscombe previews the new Frank Zappa documentary Eat That Question. Plus a new interpretation of Morton Feldman and vinyl art from Paul Nataraj.

Nick Luscombe previews the new Frank Zappa feature documentary, Eat That Question, which reveals Frank Zappa in his own words from archive interviews spanning his career. We also examine the work of Paul Nataraj, whose project "You Sound Like a Broken Record" explores the personal stories and resonances attached to the vinyl record. And a new interpretation of Morton Feldman's Three Voices, by Juliet Fraser.

Produced by Joby Waldman for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Frank Zappa & Ensemble Modern

    Outrage At Valdez

    • Yellow Shark.
  • Barbara Morgenstern & Robert Lippok

    Scrambler

    • Summer.
    • bigo & twigetti.
    • 6.
  • Paul Nataraj

    Hugo Strasser

    • You Sound Like a Broken Record.
  • Tiger Blossom

    (Reflections Of) Bimol Anodo Jago Re

    • Kenya Congo Connection: From The Archives Of Audio Productions Nairobi Kenya.
    • No Wahala Sounds.
    • 13.
  • Cody ChesnuTT

    Bullets In The Streets And Blood (feat. Raphael Saadiq)

  • Predawn

    Drowsy

    • A Golden Wheel.
    • Flake Sounds.
  • Subbulakshmi Muthuswamy

    Bhajan Madhuvanti Surdas

  • Frank Zappa

    It Must Be a Camel

    • Hot Rats.
    • Bizarre Records.
    • 3.
  • The Eye of Time

    God Is Your Loneliness

    • MYTH I : A Last Dance For The Things We Love.
    • Denovali Records.
    • 1.
  • Klara Lewis

    Shine

  • Rothko & Susumu Yokota

    Distant Sounds of Summer

    • Distant Sounds Of Summer.
    • Lo Recordings.
  • Midlake

    The Fairest Way

    • The Trials Of Van Occupanther.
    • Bella Union.
    • 13.
  • 跡部進一

    Rebuild Mix 1.

    • Rebuild Mix 1.2.3..
    • Jadac Recordings.
    • 1.
  • Morton Feldman

    Three Voices (Excerpt)

    Performer: Juliet Fraser.
    • Hat Hut Records.
  • Carmen McRae

    Feelin' Good

    • Feeling Good - Funk Soul & Deep Jazz Gems: The Supreme Sound Of Producer Bob Sha.
    • Modulor.
  • Christopher Chaplin

    Lucius Agatho

    • Je suis le Ténébreux.
    • Fabrique Records.
    • 1.

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