Real Frank Zappa Book

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Touchstone, May 15, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 352 pages
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Contents - Introduction. Book? What Book?; 1. How Weird Am I, Anyway?; 2. There Goes the Neighborhood; 3. An Alternative to College; 4. Are We Having a Good Time Yet?; 5. The Log Cabin; 6. Send In the Clowns; 7. Drool, Britannia; 8. All About Music; 9. A Chapter for My Dad; 10. The One You've Been Waiting For; 11. Sticks & Stones; 12. America Drinks and Goes Marching; 13. All About Schmucks; 14. Marriage (as a Dada Concept); 15. 'Porn Wars'; 16. Church and State; 17. Practical Conservatism; 18. Failure; 19. The Last Word.

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User Review  - Kevin Christensen - Goodreads

I love Zappa for his sense of humor, and even his politics, almost as much as for his music. This book feels like a long conversation with an old friend, and I should read it again. Read full review

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User Review  - Humberto Hernandez - Goodreads

A unique insight into the mind of one of the greatest musical minds, events in his life are described through his unique clever and humorous language, we get to understand his views on music, life, freedom and politics. Read full review


introduction Book? What Book?
How Weird Am I Anyway?
There Goes the Neighborhood

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Occhiogrosso has been a journalist for 28 years.

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