His Last Tour

Well here we are anyway Mr Zappa.

9 Responses to “His Last Tour”

  1. Robin says:

    I do remember you, and I miss you.

    Robin

  2. vince says:

    JEEZ LOUISE, FRANK! YOU’RE more important to remember than ‘all them ignant Bible deeds’! That’s for sure!

  3. Hermann Schindler says:

    I miss him every day. His music, his intelligence, his wit, his bite … and I remember well that brilliance found so seldom.

  4. HotRats says:

    Yes, we are here with lots of love and respect.

  5. jonnybutter2 says:

    anybody know where all these weird spams are coming from? There also on another smaller blog I read; it probably has the same sort of traffic as KUR – not huge, but steady.

    there’s something hilarious about them. what’s the scam, though? anybody know? trolling for links?

  6. jonnybutter2 says:

    these weird spams are like the ‘G data’ (or whatever it was called) Zappa used to write ‘Magnesium Dress’. perfectly random, but not really…

  7. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    A quote from jonnybutter2:

    anybody know where all these weird spams are coming from? There also on another smaller blog I read; it probably has the same sort of traffic as KUR – not huge, but steady.

    there’s something hilarious about them. what’s the scam, though? anybody know? trolling for links?

    We’ve been having to deal with them by the hundreds -daily- between xmas and new year – it’s the season where the spammers think we’re too busy getting stuffed on food & drink, so they hope to pass under the radar… not so here at KUR! The scam btw is quite simple: get your link spread across as many blogs as possible in order to obtain Google juice.

  8. jonnybutter2 says:

    devilishly clever. I see – they just want to contain more fluid than Jeff Beck.

  9. urbangraffito says:

    A quote from Barry’s Imaginary Publisher:

    A quote from jonnybutter2:

    anybody know where all these weird spams are coming from? There also on another smaller blog I read; it probably has the same sort of traffic as KUR – not huge, but steady.

    there’s something hilarious about them. what’s the scam, though? anybody know? trolling for links?

    We’ve been having to deal with them by the hundreds -daily- between xmas and new year – it’s the season where the spammers think we’re too busy getting stuffed on food & drink, so they hope to pass under the radar… not so here at KUR! The scam btw is quite simple: get your link spread across as many blogs as possible in order to obtain Google juice.

    One thing I disdain more than trolls, Barry, are spammers. Also, given the eclectic nature of the topics here at KUR, they’re so damn easy to spot!

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