No. 3 Issue 14
Oliko sulla kivaa, Frank? (Did you have fun, Frank?)
By Pekka Markkula, p 13
Mothers-bassisti vasta 8-vuotias? (Mothers bass player only 8 years old?)
Mikko Montonen, p 13
Zappa konsertissa: Suuri floppi! (Zappa in concert: a big flop)
Mikko Montonen, p 13
Page 3 contains three articles on Zappa visiting Finland in February 25-28, 1976. The overall impressions are quite negative. According to Mikko Montonen the concert in February 26 was a flop and Pekka Markkula writes that the press conference was a farce. Usually Finnish audience liked Zappa very much. This time the verdict was, that you can't compare a 1976 band with former Zappa bands performing in Finland (like Roxy band and famous Helsinki concerts). After the February 26 concert other band members (not FZ) went to Natsa club and had there jam with Jukka Tolonen (perhaps the best ever Finnish guitarist), Hessu Hiekkala (percussion) and Dave Lindholm (vocal, guitar).
Article about 8-year bass player is how Roy Estrada went in February 27 with Finnish friends to Jukka Tolonen's concert. As he left his passport in hotel he wasn't let in, because the age limit for evening concert was 18.
On page 13 are result of year best musician polls. As you can see many Zappa band (former) members are listed. Mothers of Invention - band #16, Frank Zappa - guitar #10, George Duke - keyboards #4, Tom Fowler - bass #13, Jean-Luc Ponty - miscellaneous #2 (violin), Captain Beefheart - miscellaneous #10 (harp).
Sheik Yerbouti (review)
By Mikael Wiik, pp 80-81
Captain Beefheart, maalari, kirjailija, muusikko, nero (Captain Beefheart, artist, writer, musician, genius)
By Dali De Clair, pp 42-46
Issue includes 5-page Dali De Clair interview with Captain Beefheart (shorter English version published in Melody Maker 1980, January 11.)
Frank Zappa ei kainostele kitarasooloja ja tuhmia juttuja
By Esa Koivio, pp 48-50
Frank Zappa presidentiksi! (Frank Zappa for president!)
By Waldemar Wallenius, pp 48-52
The Best Band You Never Heard In Your Life
Make A Jazz Noise Here
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore Vol. 4 (review)
By Waldemar Wallenius, p 74