Ronnie Williams (3)

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Ronnie Williams played bass guitar & drums for The Masters, who recorded the Williams/Buff/Zappa song "Breaktime" (B-side of "Sixteen Tons" on Emmy label, 1962). Williams is acknowledged as the one who, in 1960, introduced Frank Zappa to Paul Buff, which started a most productive period at Buff's 'Pal' studio in Cucamonga.

Along with his brother Kenny Williams (4) and Motorhead Sherwood, Williams engaged in some unusual pastimes - which were eventually immortalized in the 1968 song "Let's Make The Water Turn Black".
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Artist

Vocals

Ronnie Williams (3) - Lumpy Gravy album art Francis Vincent Zappa* / Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Orchestra & Chorus* Francis Vincent Zappa* / Abnuceals Emuukha Electric Orchestra & Chorus* - Lumpy Gravy (Album) Verve Records Germany 1968 Sell This Version
RCD 40024 Ronnie Williams (3) - We're Only In It For The Money / Lumpy Gravy album art Frank Zappa Lumpy Gravy II (as Ronnie) and 1 more… Frank Zappa - We're Only In It For The Money / Lumpy Gravy(CD, Comp) Rykodisc RCD 40024 Denmark 1986 Sell This Version
Ronnie Williams (3) - The Lost Episodes album art Frank Zappa Ronnie Sings? and 1 more… Frank Zappa - The Lost Episodes (Album) Rykodisc Europe 1996 Sell This Version

Instruments & Performance

Ronnie Williams (3) - Looking Up Granny's Dress album art The Grandmothers Deseri The Grandmothers - Looking Up Granny's Dress (Comp) Rhino Records (2) US 1982 Sell This Version

Writing & Arrangement

E 1008 Ronnie Williams (3) - Sixteen Tons / Breaktime album art The Masters (13) Breaktime (as Williams) The Masters (13) - Sixteen Tons / Breaktime(7", Single, Mono) Emmy E 1008 US 1961 Sell This Version
Ronnie Williams (3) - Masked Turnip Cyclophony album art Frank Zappa Breaktime (as Williams) Frank Zappa - Masked Turnip Cyclophony (Comp) Gonzo Multimedia UK 2015 Sell This Version