Eclipsed

 Germany

 
This magazine is oriented to "art, progressive, psychedelic, classic and hard rock music". Founded in 2000.
 

2006 May

No. 82

 

Frank Zappa
By Neil Slaven, pp 24-27


This article is an excerpt from Electric Don Quixote.

 
 

2006 September

No. 85

 

Leidensdruck
Weiter Im Text (My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama)
By Wolf Kampmann, p 46


On page 46 are short article "Leidensdruck" (Suffering) and lyrics of "My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama" in English and German.

 
 
 

2009 May/June

No. 111

 

Shut Up 'n Check Out Yer Discs
By Sascha Seiler, Wolf Kampmann, Udo Gerhards, pp 28-33


Source: slime.oofytv.set 

 
 

2009 December / 2010 January

No. 116

 

Weiter im Text
Frank Zappa "Bobby Brown (Goes Down)"
By Eclipsed, p 52

Amoklauf mit Dildo
By Daniela Aue, p 52


Article and translation of lyrics from series "iconic songs and their meaning".

 

 
 

2011 February

No. 127

 

Frank Zappa – Harte Nüsse für die Nachwelt
By Wolf Kampmann, pp 38-39


This article, titled "brain teasers for posterity", is compiled by quotes from two books Grand Zappa by Frank Wonneberg and Frank Zappa by Ingo Meyer.

Additionally on page 88 are short reviews on both books, published to commemorate Frank Zappa's 70th anniversary.

Source: slime.oofytv.set 

 
 

2014 September

No. 163

 


The cover story is "Die Geschichte der Rockfotografie" (The history of rock photography) complemented with interviews with some famous photographers, including with Baron Wolman (pp 52-55).

Baron Wolman (p 55):

Zappa zeigte mir seine exzentrische Kreativseite, und innerhalb weniger Momente nahmen wir ein paar absolut tolle Fotos auf. Eines davon zeigt ihn auf einem Traktor. Jahre später traf ich einen Musiker, der mir erzählte, dass er Zappa in seinen letzten achtzehn Lebensmonaten
begleitet habe. Er sagte mir, dass in Zappas Wohnzimmer ein Flügel gestanden habe, auf dem nur ganz wenige ausgewählte Objekte lagen – und eines davon war das Foto mit dem Traktor.

Zappa showed me his eccentric creative side, and within a few moments we took some absolutely great photos. One of them shows him on a tractor. Years later I met a musician who told me that he has accompanied Zappa in his last eighteen months of life. He told me that in Zappa's living room was a grand piano, on which only very few selected objects stood – and one of them was the photo with the tractor.