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The band's original repertoire consisted of rhythm and blues covers, but after Zappa joined the band he encouraged them to play his own original material, and the name was changed to The Mothers. [6] The musical content of Freak Out! ranges from rhythm and blues, doo-wop [7] and standard blues -influenced rock to orchestral arrangements and avant-garde sound collages . Although the album was initially poorly received in the United States, it was a success in Europe. It gained a cult following in America, where it continued to sell in substantial quantities until it was discontinued in the early 1970s.

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Ahmet Zappa, one of Frank's sons and a co-trustee of the Zappa Family Trust, said in a statement that former members of his father's pioneering underground-rock band the Mothers of Invention, including multi-instrumentalist Ian Underwood, guitarist Denny Walley and woodwind player Napoleon Murphy Brock, were on board, as well as a slew of Zappa's "stunt guitarists" – Steve Vai, Mike Keneally and Warren Cuccurullu – bassists Scott Thunes and Arthur Barrow and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta.


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