Anyone that hasn't heard this album, let me bring it to your attention. It has been near the top of my playlist since I bought it. And I mean the whole thing, not just one or two tracks. There is not a single dud on there.
It's all good: the way the Zappa guitar solo fades in on "Theme from Burnt Weeny Sandwich", the homage to Stravinsky's Ebony Concerto in "Igor's Boogie", the symphonic arrangement of the multicoloured "Holiday in Berlin", the delicate ending to "Aybe Sea" leading in the rip-roaring "The Little House I Used to Live In" with an end that couldn't be more different. (This same track features the brilliant electric fiddle of one Don Sugarcane Harris whose blues contribution on the "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" album is also required listening.)
Make no mistake, this is not a well-harmonised concept album but a collection of the most varied, inventive and clever popular music ideas you could ever wish to hear and in the 2012 remix it has never sounded better. So my advice is to buy "Burnt Weeny Sandwich" immediately then play it and nothing else for a week. It should then give you very great pleasure for the rest of your life.