Posts Tagged: Frank Zappa

Celebrating a Half Century of the Music of Frank Zappa

by Doc Jeffurious Higgason By the time Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention released their second album Absolutely Free in May of 1967, the group had already fixed itself as a strident, intelligent satirical mirror that reflected back the pretentious aspects of American pop culture. At that particular juncture in our history Zappa and… Read more »

Rolling Stone Lost Their Minds Yoko Ono Buys 5 Stars

By: Kidman J. Williams We’ve heard all the jokes about how Rolling Stone Magazine hasn’t been relevant for many years. They’ve been out of touch with the youth and most of all…they wouldn’t know good music if it jumped up and bit them on the genitalia that they used to have when they tackled hard-nosed… Read more »