FZ Interview – KYUU-FM San Francisco, 1984

In this three part KYUU-FM radio interview with Frank Zappa broadcast on May 17th, 1984 in San Francisco, California, Zappa talks about some his early guitar influences (Johnny Guitar Watson and Clarence Gatemouth Brown, for instance), the reasons which led to his decision to stop writing orchestral music after the Berkeley Symphony performance of his orchestral work at Zellerbach (and some of the ugliness of that world which he describes at length), his views concerning the usefulness and place of drum machines in recording music and concert performances, as well as other Zappa news circa 1984. This interview certainly reminded me how much Zappa became a bridge for me across so much of the awfulness which became known as 80s music.


2 Responses to “FZ Interview – KYUU-FM San Francisco, 1984”

  1. ken duvall says:

    Interesting !

  2. Dark Clothes says:

    A quote from ken duvall:

    Interesting !

    Yes, but I can’t help thinking that that’s the guy who made those horrible remixes of WOIIFTM and CWR&TJ…

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