Rockerilla

 Italy

 
Rockerilla is an Italian monthly music magazine founded in 1978 in Cairo Montenotte, Savona. The magazine was, according to many, one of the most important alternative rock magazines for two decades by the time of new wave and punk. (wikipedia)
 

1988 May

Issue 93

 

Frank Zappa "Guitar"
By Ugo Bacci, p 63


 Google translate: ... What remains is Zappa's inclination to crossing styles, to the daring combination of musical materials, to the witty and intelligent reinterpretation of that complex world of rock to which Zappa has given one of the most original interpretations. (read more)

Source: Fulvio Fiore

 

1996 February

Issue 186

 

Zappa Memorie Freak Out
By Riccardo Bertoncelli, pp 64-65


Google translate: At the origin of it all is the legendary listening room of the Zappa house, in the heart of the "Utility Muffin Research Kitchen & Baby Milk Factory". Rip Rense describes it as follows: «Sitting on the large, soft leather sofa that dominates the middle of the room is like stepping into a Zappian album cover. It is accessed by a door that was once a hospital, with the words 'surgery', and inside there are plants and dark waters, rough wooden walls carved in a bizarre way for acoustic reasons and a plethora of objects that you immediately understand, or not at all, because they are there: ... (read more)

 

 

2016 September

Issue 433

 

Frank Zappa: O della libertà di pensiero
By Massimo Marchini, pp 6-13


Source: Václav Pěnkava