Thanks for the heads-up.
Mojo is usually available at book and magazine retailers in the U.S.
I'll be looking for this one!
--- In Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com, "Fergal" <fergal.macalis...@...> wrote:
> Thanks for that great piece of information. I've just ordered it online.
> --- In Zappa-List@yahoogroups.com, "Steve" <Tribal_Drum@> wrote:
> > This just in from MOJO Magazine...
> > Freak Out!
> > Next month, the great Frank Zappa would have turned 70. His death in 1993
> > robbed the music world of a true visionary a man who seemingly made his
> > music at the outer limits of planet Earth. Bizarre, barmy and constantly
> > innovative, Zappa defied convention every step of the way. To celebrate
> > this auspicious occasion, we've put together a very special edition of MOJO
> > Classic that maps the wild-eyed 30-year rocket trip of of a musical,
> > political and revolutionary powerhouse. You can order your copy the
> > magazine here
> > http://www.greatmagazines.co.uk/store/displayitem.asp?sid=5120&id=39824
> > And don't forget this weekend's Zappa-orientated performances at London's
> > Roundhouse!
> > http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/frank-zappa
> > Cheers
> > Steve
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