1986 November 12
Vol. 79 No. 52
Zappa urges speech audience to fight censorship and conformity by thinking
By Tom Sinclair, p 1
Rock star Frank Zappa, a stalwart opponent of censorship of musical lyrics, urged a capacity crowd of about 1,000 people in the Student Union's Grand Ballroom last night to resist conformity and fight censorship.
The best way to solve problems is by thinking – not by developing a flat stomach but a level head," he said. "It behooves everyone to learn to think." (read more)