An underground press bimonthly digest issued in Phoenix (ca 1967-68). The magazine was founded by Tom Forcade (founder of the High Times magazine). "He started a radical literary magazine called Orpheus, operating it from a 1946 Chevy school bus he drove around the state to avoid police harassment." (High In America)

1968 July

Vol. 1 No. 4


Zappa At The Rock-And-Roll
By John Wolfe, p 35

Frank Zappa is a good playwright, a great musician, and the funniest man now working the record game. And since he's in it for the money, it is understandable that his new album ("We're Only In It For the Money") is so confusing.

And, like all comedy albums, it is impossible to play more than three times. After hearing it those three times, you won't play it again unless to introduce Zappa to a friend. And, come to think of it, that is pretty much true of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band which is to Zappa's work as Lyndon Johnson is to Jules Feiffer. (read more)

p 1 pp 2-3 pp 4-5 p 35

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