Zappa in Guitar Player Mag, January ’77: “At it’s worst, the guitarism of the Sixties brought us amateur strummery; several swift kicks at the Fender Twin Reverb springs; the archtype of folk-rock 12-string swill (the predecessor of the horrible fake-sensitivity music we have today with the laid-back sensitive-type artist/singer/songwriter suffering person, posed against the wooden fence provided by the Warner Brothers Records art department, graciously rented to all the other record companies who needed it for *their* version of the same crap); and the first examples of the “psychedelic guitar solo” not to mention _Inna-Gadda-Da-Vida_-ism.”

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