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Stream new release Zappa and support Enzian!

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For every purchase of Zappa from Friday, November 27th, through Thursday, December 3rd, nearly 50% goes directly back to Enzian in an effort to support us. We appreciate your support!

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Certified Fresh with 100% on Rotten Tomatoes!

Through his pioneering band, Mothers of Invention, as well as his solo work, Frank Zappa embraced a variety of genres, from rock and jazz to experimental and classical music, ultimately producing more than 60 albums in a career spanning four decades. An outspoken critic of the status quo and staunch defender of free expression, he was an iconoclast who literally inspired a revolution in Czechoslovakia. Granted access to Zappa’s personal archives, including thousands of hours of unreleased music, films, and interviews, director Alex Winter has constructed the definitive portrait of the maverick musician.

USA, 2020, 129 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Alex Winter

  • “Vital, compelling, and rip-roaring entertainment!”

    – David Fricke, SIRIUS XM
  • “Enlightening…aims to give the most in-depth portrait as possible of a famously unflappable, undefinable artist, and succeeds wonderfully at doing so.”

    – Dan Scully, PHINDIE
  • “ZAPPA will immerse you in the mind of a genius, and you may never be the same again.”

    – Peter Keough, BOSTON GLOBE
  • “A richly three-dimensional portrait of a rock iconoclast.”

    – Chris Barsanti, SLANT
  • “An eye-opening experience…an in-depth look at the man behind the mustache through his own words, those of his collaborators, and the art itself.”

    – Jared Mobarak, THE FILM STAGE
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