Recent CD releases flaunt the basic building blocks for today's music.
Thursday, April 25, 1996
The year was 1966 and the album was called Freak Out!--an incendiary assault on social and musical convention that challenged the presumptive division between "serious" and "popular" music and established Frank Zappa as rock's reigning iconoclast.
This issue of the Weekly was published in print only and has not been digitally uploaded.
To read the hard copy of this story please visit our offices: 668 Williams Ave., Seaside, California. Many hard-copy issues can be found at the local libraries.
For more information, please call (831) 394-5656.