Borrowed Times


Borrowed Times was published between 1972 and 1980 by "a group of students, workers and teachers who feels that Montana needs an entirely new source of information".  (Independent Voices)

1974 September 15-30

Vol. 3 No. 2


The Notorious Zappa
By ?, p 18

What do Uncle Remus, St. Alfonzo's Pancake Breakfast, Cosmik Debris, and Father O'blivion have in common? They are part of Frank Zappa's newest installment, a record called Apostrophe. Zappa frequently records with the Mothers of Invention but whether his work is solo or with the band, it is always clearly under his complete control. The people with whom he records remain a fairly closed group, overlapping through time. This kind of continuity has a lot to do with Zappa's musical style and outlook, and is the structure through which he builds his content. (read more)

Source: Independent Voices