Have you guessed why we’re looking at the sleeve of The Bears’ 1987 single, “Trust”?
Work is such a huge part of our lives. A huge, miserable part.
Routine and ritual are very important to me. Medication has calmed that down a bit, but they are still important to me.
The World of Zappa was immense. The guy was a true musician’s musician, surrounding himself with the best talent: Shuggie Otis, Adrian Belew, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, George Duke, Steve Vai, Terry Bozzio, […]
I’ve never shaved with an electric weasel, but thanks to Frank Zappa and Neon Park I’ll never have to wonder why.
A short-haired Frank in a Miami Vice suit — what the hell is this?
Here is the most fascinating music story you’ll read all week. I was reading Frank Zappa’s 1989 autobiography recently and stumbled across ample evidence that the dude came up with a completely […]
Here we have RCA’s 1999 CD reprint of The Shaggs’ Philosophy of the World. Why not feature the original 1969 album? Because it’s pricey, and I don’t have a copy in my […]
Frank Zappa made records, lots of records. Trying to collect the complete Zappa is a nightmare, but it’s fun.
Holy Dick Cheney’s Situational Ethics, did Monday’s piece strike a nerve with some folks. A couple of sites have asked to republish it, which is nice, the traffic has been great, which […]