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by Don Preston

A unique collection of the former Mothers Of Invention keyboardist's more classical pieces, spanning from 1965 to the present.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Of No Consequence
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6:01 $0.99
2. Opus 5
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2:23 $0.99
3. Was Black
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7:22 $0.99
4. Found
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10:24 $0.99
5. The Winds Of Change
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8:54 $0.99
6. Primeval #7
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12:20 $0.99
7. Opening Titles
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3:52 $0.99
8. Ode To Tinguely
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1:23 $0.99
9. The Bride Stripped Bare
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6:15 $0.99
10. Homage To FZ
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Album Notes
Don Preston has always been involved with performing classical music, from the classical quotes and pieces Preston played with Frank Zappa's Mothers Of Invention to his own compositions. This collection of Don Preston's own classically slanted works, spanning from 1965's "Found" (with Bunk Gardner on flute) to the brand new "Homage To FZ," clearly illustrates Preston's strong presence in the classical music community.


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Abel Ashes

These pieces sound great.

Amazing work. I wish I was that talented.

I've seen Don Preston play live a couple of times in San Diego, once at El Campo Ruse with a sax player whose name I don't recall and once with Nels Cline and Alex Cline at Spruce Street Forum.