At dead of night, behind barred gates and video security cameras up in the Hollywood Hills above Los Angeles, a tall, angular man with neatly trimmed hair and moustache sits at the console of his home studio. He wears a tracksuit and trainers and looks young for his age – he'll be 49 by Christmas – but every now and then his kidney stones give him a painful reminder of mortality. Frank Zappa is busy remixing his past. (read more)
A Real Mother
By Andy Gill, pp 20-23
Frank Zappa: this was your life
By Andy Gill, pp 150-151
On page 83 is a nice full page ad of Mojo Classic special issue on Zappa's anniversary. No other Zappa content in this issue.
By Terry Pratchett, p 119