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A Business Lesson, from Frank Zappa


Flash Animation by Carl King, Original Score by Stephen Cox, Original FZ Audio Interview recorded in 1984, Source unknown.

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you might enjoy this if you haven't seen it

hour 12 minutes.. it's the hearing 1985, censorship music.. Zapa and others http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran%E2%80%93Israel_proxy_conflict

What I wish I could find is where Zappa makes a speach in the rose garden about it.. it's as special as Martin Luther King's speach when it comes to freedom.. I'm glad I happend to see it way back when. But if you didn't see the trial.. you, jrd and others would probably enjoy this a lot.

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Thanks Granger, but

I think that is the wrong link...

you're right

had I embedded it, I wouldn't have made that mistake; sorry. Her'e the PMCR trial

Frank Zappa presents "Porn Wars"

Part 1


Part 2


Frank's Musical Collage of the PMRC hearings:


"Maybe I could make a good rock-star, I don't know."

Valley Girl

On ventura, there she goes
She just bought some bitchen clothes
Tosses her head n flips her hair
She got a whole bunch of nothin in there

Southern Agrarian

Don't eat that

yellow snow

Watch out where the huskies go, Nanook.

Frank Zappa was music's Ron Paul. Total integrity while he delivers what's expected. Rare that.

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Just wow...amazing how much phenomenal musicians and politicians have in common!

Always good to hear Zappa

Great video, well done!

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown



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