List Of Performers On Frank Zappa Records
This is a list of musicians who have performed on officially released Frank Zappa recordings. Note that this list does not include musicians who have performed as guests musicians on Frank Zappa concerts unless they appear on official live recordings. Additionally, this list does not include musicians who have only appeared on bootleg recordings.
... Year(s) Appeared on Instrument Ahmet Zappa 1981 You Are What You Is Vocals Bobby Zappa 1996 The Lost Episodes Guitar Carl Zappa 1987 Uncle Meat (1987 CD Version) Voice ... Phaze III Guitar, Voice Moon Unit Zappa 1981–1985, 1994, 1997 You Are What You Is, Ship Arriving Too Late to Save a Drowning Witch, Them or Us, Frank Zappa Meets the Mothers of Prevention, Civilization ...
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