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Captain Beefheart - The Lost Tapes 1966-1970 (2013)
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Captain Beefheart - The Lost Tapes 1966-1970 (2013)

Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 6 196 Kbps, 720 x 576 (1.333) at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 256 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Rock | Label: Imv / Blueline Prod | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 20 Aug 2013 | Runtime: 61 min. | 2,79 GB (DVD5)

Born Don Vliet, Captain Beefheart was one of modern music's true innovators. The owner
of a remarkable four-and-a-half-octave vocal range, he employed
idiosyncratic rhythms, absurdist lyrics, and an unholy alliance of free
jazz, Delta blues, latter-day classical music, and rock & roll to
create a singular body of work virtually unrivaled in its daring and
fluid creativity. While he never came even remotely close to mainstream
success, Beefheart's impact was incalculable, and his fingerprints were
all over punk, new wave, and post-rock.
Don Vliet was born January 15, 1941 in Glendale, CA (he changed his name
to Van Vliet in the early '60s). At the age of four, his artwork
brought him to the attention of Portuguese sculptor Augustinio
Rodriguez, and Vliet was declared a child prodigy. In 1954, he was
offered a scholarship to study in Europe; his parents declined the
proposal, however, and the family instead moved to the Mojave Desert,
where the teen was befriended by a young Frank Zappa. In time Vliet
taught himself saxophone and harmonica, and joined a pair of local
R&B groups, the Omens and the Blackouts. After a semester at
college, he and Zappa moved to Cucamonga, CA, where they planned to
shoot a film, Captain Beefheart Meets the Grunt People. As the project
remained in limbo, Zappa finally moved to Los Angeles, where he founded
the Mothers of Invention; Van Vliet later returned to the Mojave area,
adopted the Beefheart name and formed the first lineup of his backing
group the Magic Band with guitarists Alex St. Clair and Doug Moon,
bassist Jerry Handley, and drummer Paul Blakely in 1964.
In their original incarnation, the Magic Band were a blues-rock outfit
who became staples of the teen dance circuit; they quickly signed to
A&M Records, where the success of the single "Diddy Wah Diddy"
earned them the opportunity to record a full-length album. Comprised of
Van Vliet compositions like "Frying Pan," "Electricity," and "Zig Zag
Wanderer," label president Jerry Moss rejected the completed record as
"too negative," and a crushed Beefheart went into seclusion. After
replacing Moon and Blakely with guitarist Antennae Jimmy Semens (born
Jeff Cotton) and drummer John "Drumbo" French, the group (fleshed out by
guitarist Ry Cooder) recut the songs in 1967 as Safe as Milk. After
producer Bob Krasnow radically remixed 1968's hallucinatory Strictly
Personal without Beefheart's approval, he again retired.
At the same time, however, Zappa formed his own label, Straight Records,
and he soon approached Van Vliet with the promise of complete creative
control. A deal was struck, and after writing 28 songs in a nine-hour
frenzy, Beefheart formed the definitive lineup of the Magic Band made up
of Semens, Drumbo, guitarist Zoot Horn Rollo (born Bill Harkleroad),
bassist Rockette Morton (Mark Boston), and bass clarinetist the Mascara
Snake (Victor Fleming) to record the seminal 1969 double album Trout
Mask Replica.
Following 1970's similarly outré Lick My Decals Off, Baby, Beefheart
adopted an almost commercial sound for the 1972 releases The Spotlight
Kid and Clear Spot. Shortly thereafter, the Magic Band broke off to form
Mallard, and Beefheart was dropped by his label, Reprise. After a
two-year layoff, he released a pair of pop-blues albums, Unconditionally
Guaranteed and Bluejeans and Moonbeams, with a new, short-lived Magic
Band; following another fallow period, 1978's Shiny Beast (Bat Chain
Puller) marked a return to the eccentricities of his finest work.
After 1982's Ice Cream for Crow, Van Vliet again retired from music,
this time for good; he returned to the desert, took up residence in a
trailer, and focused on painting. In 1985, he mounted the first major
exhibit of his work, done in an abstract, primitive style reminiscent of
Francis Bacon. Like his music, his art won wide acclaim, and some of
his paintings sold for as much as $25,000. In the 1990s Van Vliet
dropped completely from sight when he fell prey to multiple sclerosis;
however, releases like 1999's five-disc Grow Fins box set and the
two-disc anthology The Dust Blows Forward maintained his prominence. Van
Vliet died of complications from multiple sclerosis on December 17,
2010 in California; he was 69 years old.

Cannes, 1968, Midem
01. Electricity
02. Sure Nuff Yes i Do
Beat Club, 1972
03. I'm gonna booglarize you
The "Tragic band" live HEC, Paris, France may 24, 1974
04. Mirror Man
05. Upon The My O My
06. Full Moon
07. Crazy little Thing
08. Improvisation
09. Peaches
10. Take Me To Your House
11. You're Gonna Need Somebody
Old Grey Whistle Test, 1974
12. Upon The The My O My
13. This is The Day
Dutch "Pink Pop" festival, 1974
14. Mirror Man
Bataclan, Paris, 1972
15. Click Clack

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