Eat That Question: Frank Zappa In His Own Words
An assemblage of conversations with and live footage of Frank Zappa; the results are surprisingly open and erudite, with Zappa coming across as remarkably straightforward. Schütte gives Zappa a free pass on his more questionable sentiments about women and homosexuality, but this is a valuable and permanent record of the man himself, even if his music is too diverse to be covered in detail.
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Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words28 Nov 2016
Thorsten Schütte shines a spotlight on the idiosyncratic musician in an incomplete but valuable documentary
In a final interview, the late avant-garde icon Frank Zappa shrugs when asked whether he's concerned about his legacy. Documentarian Thorsten Schütte, recognising that a more expansive approach is in order, has assembled this collection of conversations…
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