by Jason T. Kocher July 24th, 2011 Culture » Sounds »
I haven’t exactly been shy about my admiration for Frank Zappa, the great and voluminous composer, decent guitarist, master of concepts, counter-counter-counter-culture wizard of words, unrestrained and unpredictable humorist, tireless entrepreneur, and champion of free speech.
Frank Zappa’s is a massive, seemingly endless library of original content and alternate recordings that allows you great opportunity to find something new [...]
by Jason T. Kocher July 4th, 2011 Culture » Sounds »
Looking for a new way to spend a summer day? Well, strap your self in to your mp3 player and take an absent-minded stroll alone, listening to these three classics, imagining them sung by Perry Como, Buster Keaton [...]
by Jason T. Kocher April 5th, 2011 Culture » Arts » Culture » Film and TV » Culture » Sounds »
The Residents 13th Anniversary Show – copyright The Residents and The Cryptic Corporation
The best opening to a Residents show would be for a roadie to come on stage and check various pieces of equipment before standing center stage vibrating and then exploding into red mist through which [...]
by Jason T. Kocher October 4th, 2010 Society » Culture » Sounds »
A few days ago, I was talking to a lady friend of mine and brought up Frank Zappa’s marriage and assumed philandering as a trivial argument against monogamy and for honest promiscuity. I was told that apparently a biography of Frank Zappa actually tells a story of Gail Zappa getting quite angry over some new friend that Frank brought home.