Camarillo Brillo

Camarillo Brillo

A straightforward rock song, "Camarillo Brillo" describes one peculiar woman. She had a wild set of hair (Camarillo is a California town where there was a mental institution, Brillo is a trademark for steel wool cleaning pads), "she could throw a mean tarot," had "a snake for a pet/And an amulet.".

Camarillo brillo Flamin' out along her head, I mean her Mendocino bean-o By where some bugs had made it red She ruled the Toads of the Short Forest And every newt in Idaho And every cricket who had chorused By the bush in Buffalo She said she was A Magic Mama And she could throw a mean Tarot And carried on without a comma That she was someone I should know.

 · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music GroupCamarillo Brillo · Frank Zappa · The MothersOver-Nite Sensation℗ Zappa Family Trust, Under exclusive license.

General CommentI think it's "flaming out along 'her' head" rather than 'ahead' The Camarillo Brillo is her curly red afro, which has been dyed using cochineal dye made from ground up insect exoskeleta, "by where some bugs had made it red"4/5(4).

 · Camarillo Brillo è un negozio specializzato nella vendita di cd musicali nuovi, usati e dischi in vinile. Siamo ad Avellino, in via P.S. Mancini.

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  1. “Camarillo Brillo” was released in September 7, on Over-Nite Sensation when Frank Zappa was still with The Mothers of Invention. The track acts as a pun in which Zappa mispronounces.

  2. "Camarillo Brillo" is a song by Frank Zappa and The Mothers and was first included on his LP Over-Nite Sensation. The song's lyrics include many colloquialisms and made-up words. The title itself is a pun; Zappa incorrectly pronounces Camarillo, the name of a city in California, to rhyme with brillo, "shining" or "brilliant" in : Progressive rock, comedy rock.

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