in Classic Rock FRANK ZAPPA ‘Dirty Love’ July 1, 2013, 5:30 am 1.8k Views 34 Comments Here’s a nice picture tribute to the Late Great Mr. Frank Zappa, along with his Killer Song ‘Dirty Love’, Enjoy & all comments welcome..TC everybody.. FRANK ZAPPA ‘Dirty Love’ source DirtyFRANKLoveZAPPA See more Previous article Bob Dylan – Senor Next article Sweet Smoke – The Soft Parade 34 Comments Leave a Reply At any given moment, Frank was the greatest Rock Guitarist ever…I won't even mention his compositional prowess. Reply dirty lover Reply yasssss Reply NSA.. Oh Yeah Reply Ralph Humphrey is stoopid killing it on the drums!! Reply filthy 🤘 Reply And who knew that Tina Turner was the backup!!! Reply Damn. Frank was so innovative and influential, but the average radio station always resisted playing his music. Did it fear controversy? Reply not a speck of corn flakes Reply classic Reply like a pink donation to the dragon of your dreams Reply fuzzie do (smiling) Reply Whip me up some dragon lotion Reply 13 assholes that deserve to go fuck themselves. Reply Give me your dirty love! Reply I love his lyrics Reply Have anyone else read " The non dialectic of poodle play" Ben Watson? You'll understand the poodle chews it reference then………maybe! Reply "I'll ignore your cheap aroma,and your 'Little Bo-peep' diploma,I'll just put you in comawith some Dirty Love." (And it didn't get much airplay, imagine that.) Impeccably produced, brilliantly composed and arranged, virtuosically performed (Zappa on guitar is a Mother, after all) and there's an added bonus of which I was only recently made aware:The backing vocals are by Tina Turner and the Ikettes.Ike Turner allowed Zappa to hire them (as long as they weren't paid too well), and they're on several cuts on this LP, "Over-Nite Sensation."Ike heard the finished master tapes, decided he didn't like the music, and refused to let his wife and the other girls be named in the credits.(Time capsule moment: The "not a speck of cereal" line at the end is a reference to a pervasive ad campaign at the time, for Alpo, featuring Lorne Greene.) Reply Great tune Reply The perfect Valentines Day song! Reply Always liked this one … could have been top 10 I think if was not for things like "nasty poodle juice" ….. ohh so funny .. great to see many still remember and like Frank !! What about "No Not Now" at a cremation ? hey I thought of it first Reply R&B/Rock and comedy CAN go together…"just like your mother made her fuzzy poodle do"…oh, and "don't go where the huskies go and don't you eat that yellow snow"…dig?…Too funny. He nevr took himself too seriously. RIP Frank Reply 🌞 Reply Hey My SASSY SAFFY……. Enter The Dragon……. But No surrendering !!! and I Love Pink Meat….and I am Ready For Seconds….xox xox…. You Knew That all Anyway….xox.. Reply Man, if only walkman's would have been around when this came out. Not sure I would have ever left the dairy farm;) Reply I had to laugh one early saturday morning when I went to the grocery store and Dirty Love was playing…..6 am and there was me and maybe two or three old men shopping and I'm singing Dirty Love and going down the aisles dancing Reply I need this album in my life. Such a genius man. Reply Unbelievable composer and musician. Reply Love Zappa! Reply The Dragon in your dreams < Reply omg frank is the best !!! i miss you frank !!!i want my binky !!! i miss you frank powers!mouse ( i am back in canada ) Reply Fuckng good song Reply Tom Fowler is such a killer bassist!!!! Reply Frank was one of the greatest guitarist in his time! Bar none ! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!