Zen Through Zappa

I’m shamefully late in reporting this, however our pal Kevin Hoover writes:

Guess what? There’s a new Zappa show on KHUM debuting Friday night, and I have an introductory post about it on the Crush All Boxes blog. Let’s all get behind Mark Scatchard as he launches Zen of Zappa!

Tune in next Friday, why don’t you!

18 Responses to “Zen Through Zappa”

  1. urbangraffito says:

    Great post at Crush, Kevin. I’m looking forward to tuning into Mark’s show next Friday. Who doesn’t remember the very first time they heard the music of Frank Zappa (and how it altered their audio habits forever)? Call me a FZ snob, but I have always measured a person’s level of Zappa freakdom by whether they could listen to ‘200 Motels’ from start to finish and actually enjoy it. I’d love to hear ” Janet’s Big Dance Number” on Zen of Zappa.

  2. Sterbus says:

    “tune in next friday”…
    “88 ways of cruising for burgers”…

    Sweet, sweet nostalgia… 🙂

  3. xorg says:

    200 Motels I can listen to right through. Can’t say the same about Thingfish.

    Looking forward to Fridays again!

  4. Kevin Hoover says:

    Note that I made a boo-boo in first calling it Zen of Zappa, when in fact it’s Zen Through Zappa. There’s a difference!

    Mark’s first show was grand. I do believe the music sounded better coming over my computer as I toiled here at home than it did in the studio.

  5. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    A quote from Sterbus:

    “tune in next friday”…
    “88 ways of cruising for burgers”…

    Sweet, sweet nostalgia… 🙂

    I hear ya bro…!

  6. urbangraffito says:

    A quote from Kevin Hoover:

    Note that I made a boo-boo in first calling it Zen of Zappa, when in fact it’s Zen Through Zappa. There’s a difference!

    Mark’s first show was grand. I do believe the music sounded better coming over my computer as I toiled here at home than it did in the studio.

    Zen Through Zappa does sound much, much better, Kevin.

    xorg, absolutely love Thingfish. Work of genius. It will always remind me of William S. Burrough’s ‘Naked Lunch’.

  7. Alex says: