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The late captain, Don Van Vliet, was one of music's true originals, melding blues, jazz and the avant garde into a genre of his own.
Celebrating the music of the late Don Van Vliet - Captain Beefheart to you and me - who died in 2010, original members Denny "Feelers Rebo" Walley, Mark "Rockette Morton" Boston, and John "Drumbo" French share the stage with guitarist Eric Klerks and drummer Craig Bunch to re-visit the classic Beefheart tunes with renewed fervour.
Penck, Bernard Requichot, Niele Toroni and Don Van Vliet.
Don Van Vliet, an avant-garde rocker who performed under the name "Captain Beefheart" and whose artistic influence dwarfed his popular appeal, has died at the age of 69.
Real name Don Van Vliet, Beefheart is cited as a huge influence by stars from Oasis to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Nick Cave.
Don Van Vliet, an avant-garde rocker who performed under the name "Captain Beefheart died early Friday in northern California following a long battle with multiple sclerosis, according to.
Band member Peter Lovio remembers riding with Zappa in the 1949 Oldsmobile of Don Van Vliet -- later rock band leader Captain Beefheart -- when Van Vliet was pulled over on Sierra Highway and given a ticket for driving too slowly.
So here's how to bluff your way through a conversation with the biggest music anoraks in the world Acetate: An old-fashioned way of recording a single or album on to a disposable disc for record executives or press previews - a real collector's item and forerunner of the demo tape Captain Beefheart: Stage name of US born psychedelic rocker Don Van Vliet, who created bizarre records such as 1969's Trout Mask Replica and is considered a rock snob god.