Khakhi Sack

FZ album(s) in which song has appeared

 

Tour(s) on which song is known to have been performed (main source: FZShows, v. 7.1)

 

Comments

Patrick Neve, alt.fan.frank-zappa, December 24, 2000

You know that song "what" from the Beat The Boots "Electric Aunt Jemima"? I was listening again and that's really kind of a rocking number that I don't recognize from anywhere else. Sounds like maybe a bastardization/mothersization of some classic blues riff, or maybe it's some mis-named original, but I just don't know it. Do you? What the heck is it?

Raymond D Ricker, alt.fan.frank-zappa, December 24, 2000

I Believe there are a couple of "mis-named" tunes from this boot—the obvious one is the Bobby Timmons tune "This Here" which was a "standard" played by Cannonball Adderly—The MOI do a great job with this number—speaking of Cannonball Adderly—has anyone carefully listened to the intro of "Autumn Leaves" and see the similarities to the intro of "Chunga's Revenge".

Román García, alt.fan.frank-zappa, December 11, 2001

I have heard the Cannonball Adderley song once again and I don't think they are the same tune. As far as I can tell, they have different chords and time signatures. So, what is "Whät"?

Greg Russo, Cosmik Debris: The Collected History And Improvisations Of Frank Zappa (The Son Of Revised), 2003, p. 282

03/10/70 (12-3PM & 3:30-6:30PM) The Record Plant, Hollywood, CA—Khaki Sack; Bass And Drum Song
MUSICIANS: FZ, Ian R. Underwood, Max R. Bennett

Setlist of Zappa At The Baked Potato, August 14, 2019

[...]
Khaki Sack
[...]

drdork, "Zappa At The Whisky! 2019-08-17—West Hollywood, California On DIME," Zappateers, August 24, 2019

FZ recorded [Khaki Sack] on March 10, 1970, with Ian Underwood and Max Bennett (and Aynsley Dunbar, presumably). [...] Most of us have heard it before. It's on Electric Aunt Jemima (Beat The Boots) as "w̃hät?". Performed by the MOI in Denver, May 3, 1968.

 

 

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