51: Zappa Dummy
NPR’s Protojournalist published a list of 6 odd college courses in America. On the list is a course on the music of Frank Zappa. The course was developed by Andy Hollinden at Indiana University. Holliden’s interest in Zappa first manifested itself while he was in high school. Beyond listening to the music and poring over linear notes, Andy constructed a dummy of Frank Zappa that would later provide him with more insight and memories than he had ever imagined.
This episode uses the following sounds from freesound.org:
“Textile” by joeyws, “Crickets Loop” by everythingsounds, “stadium.wv” by cognito perceptu, “encore cheering.wav” by Corsica_S,
Special thanks to Bari Finkel, Kate Lumpkin, Philip Seidman, Ruth Reveal, Rob LaFrentz for their help with this episode.