The Cucamonga Years

Mentioned in a Miles’s book recent review by David Allen: “Meanwhile, local Zappa fans Derek Miley and Adam Fiorenza are still plugging away on their documentary about the “Freak Out!” musician’s early days.” “The filmmakers, both 22, are working on a documentary focusing on Zappa’s “Cucamonga years” and campaigning for the city to memorialize the rock revolutionary. (…) is a Zappa tribute too far-out for this conservative suburb? Fiorenza and Miley don’t think so, and neither does Alexander.
“The people who listened to Zappa” in their youth, says Fiorenza, “are now the people in suits.” (reg. req. — login idiot@moi.com, pass: cucamonga)

4 Responses to “The Cucamonga Years”

  1. Dr Sharleena says:

    The second link, which leads to a precious picture of the young filmmakers, won’t work until Barry comes home and fix it. Ah, the times when we had a friendly interface… (off to do the dishes, harrumphing and mumbling incoherently)

  2. Barry says:

    Ah, but I too am a friendly interface! ;)

  3. xorg says:

    Ah, if only I was A Man In A Suit…there’d be some changes! No, on second thought I’ll stick with the polka-dot shirt and satin loon pants.

  4. bernard says:

    Who’s David Allen?

    Is it The David Allen, from Ginitial Soft Machine line up, from Gong, Camembert Electrique, etc?

    The australian who settled in France?

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