The Stanford Daily
The concert had already started as we zipped through a recent earth aberration, San Francisco, on our way to Berkeley, where another upheaval took place.
The Berkeley Community Theater is an ideal scaffold from which to hang Frank Zappa and the Mother's of Invention. The architecture, particularly the walls, creates a continuous and static ripple, much like Zappa's high-powered current, a spasmodic electricity that grips the audience from the moment he first gyrates onto the stage. (read more)