“Help, I’m a Rock” is a song written by American experimental musicians Frank Zappa and Kim Fowley. It was recorded by Zappa along with the rock band “The Mothers Of Invention”. The first full-length version appeared on the group’s debut album “Freak Out”, which was released on Verve Records on June 27, 1966. A section of “Help, I’m a Rock” called “Third Movement: It Can’t Happen Here” was also featured as the B-side of the DJ-only “How Can I Be Such a Fool?”.
This is a 12″ 45 RPM, and is pressed on Red Colored Vinyl. Side A features “Help, I’m A Rock” and “It Can’t Happen Here”, which is from the Original Mix of the 1966 1/4″ Analog Stereo Master. Transferred Digitally by Frank Zappa and Bob Stone in 1987.
Side B features “Who Are The Brain Police”, which sees the light of day here for the first time on vinyl. Digital Transfers from the Original 1966 1/4″ Analog Mono Masters by Joe Travers in 2004.