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Honey, Dont You Want A Man Like Me? - Zappa* - Läther

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me? on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me? [YCDTOSA] Lyrics: Honey honey / Baby don't you want a man like me / Honey honey / Baby don't you want a man like me / .
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  4. Jul 26,  · If you want an album by Frank Zappa that covers the entire range of music that he played and composed this is about as good as it gets. "Lather" has searing guitar playing, his orchestral music, the bizarre scatalogical social commentary, studio wonderment and great musicianship/5(52).
  5. Honey, Don't You Want A Man Like Me? This song is by Frank Zappa and appears on the live album You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore Vol. 3 (). Honey honey, hey Baby don't you want a man like me Honey honey, hey Baby don't you want a man like me He was the Playboy Type (he smoked a.
  6. May 01,  · Honey honey, hey Baby don't you want a man like me Honey honey, hey Baby don't you want a man like me Honey honey, hey Baby don't you want a Baby don't you want a Baby don't you want a Man! She was a lonely sort, just a little too short Her jokes were dumb and her fav'rite sport Was hockey (in the winter) He was duly impressed and was quick to.
  7. Sep 26,  · The official story given by Gail Zappa when the CD version of Läther was released in seems to contradict much of the evidence from Zappa interviews and magazine articles from the period. When the material was first released on CD while Zappa was alive he chose to issue the 4 individual album configuration/5(16).
  8. After releasing “Zappa In New York”, Warner refused to pay him or to release the rest of the albums. When Zappa attempted to get a distribution deal with Mercury/Phonogram to release “Läther”, Warner Bros. decided to release the individual albums he had delivered to them, and the release of “Läther 5/5(3).
  9. Subsequently, under Zappa's control, the project was released in as "Läther" - a typically Zappa-esque play on the phonetics of creamy 'lather' and the Germanic 'leather', following the 'leather' conceptual continuity. Four additional tracks were added to /5().
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