Major Music Subscription Services Finally Add Zappa Catalog

After Gail Zappa and the Zappa Family Trust struck a deal with the major music subscription services in August, over 50 of Frank Zappa’s albums have finally turned up on Rdio, Spotify and Rhapsody today. Now you stream all of FZ’s classic LPs such as Joe’s Garage, Apostrophe and The Grand Wazoo as well as a handful of live releases including the You Can’t Do That On Stage Anymore.

Ever since the Zappa Family Trust signed a pact to bring Frank’s music to the streaming services, there’s been questions as to whether FZ would’ve approved of such a deal. Well, considering the legendary performer proposed an idea similar to today’s subscription services back in 1982, we think he’d be all for it. The folks at Rdio has created “An Introduction To Frank Zappa” playlist…

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3 thoughts on “Major Music Subscription Services Finally Add Zappa Catalog

  1. danimal6000 Reply

    i think we should shell out $1000 each and then charge our friends to come over and listen to music with us.

  2. Andrew Reply

    SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. PG Reply

    Listening to Weasels Ripped My Flesh on MOG right now!! Nice.

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