The Grand Wazoo is a 1972 jazz fusion album by Frank Zappa. Composed and recorded during Zappa's period of convalescence following his assault in London, the album, along with its "twin brother" Waka/Jawaka, represent Zappa's foray into big band fusion, the logical progression from Hot Rats, which used a much smaller lineup. Zappa was also producer and principal composer for Jean-Luc Ponty's album "King Kong" during this period and this album may essentially be the 4th album in Zappa's jazz foray.
The Grand Wazoo was the last release on Zappa's Bizarre Records label.
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