I discovered Frank Zappa’s music in the early years of the ’70s, back in my home country, Budapest, Hungary. I was about 20 years old, and just went through eight years of music training, and four years of art school, and all I cared about was art and music (big coincidence, huh?). Of course, I had some interest in girls too, but since I had no formal training regarding that matter, I thought I shouldn’t mention it.
Nice, long article by Gábor Csupó, creator of (among others) the Lost Episodes CD-cover – about youth, about music, about FZ.
2 thoughts on “From Hungary With Love”
I love these stories, Balint, of how much FZ fans are willing to pay to have their maestro’s music to whistle to…
[quote comment=”26254″]I love these stories, Balint, of how much FZ fans are willing to pay to have their maestro’s music to whistle to…[/quote]
And in this case: Willing to sacrifice money that would otherwise be needed for food.
Wow! Listening to N-Lite together with FZ in hexaphonic audio. Is there anything cooler than this?
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