In Tune


In Tune, the "South Jersey's music magazine" was published free from March 1992 to September 1997. Most of the time, Ed Mason was the editor and publisher. He uploaded all the In Tune editions into

1993 December

Vol. 2 No. 10


Frank Zappa dead at 52
By Tom Gargan, pp 25-26



1997 March

Vol. 6 No. 1


By Bill Bengle, p 20

  FRANK ZAPPA "Läther" (Rykodisc/Pumpkin): The straw that broke the camel's back of Zappa's relations with Warner Bros. records. Concieved in 1977 as a four record box-set, "Läther" was rejected originally then canibalized into four seperate albums (Zappa In New York, Studio Tan, Sleep Dirt, and Orchestral Favorites) with some material never released until now ... all sides of Zappa from dirty rock to noble composition, from juvinile to jazz are represented, plus a twenty minute bonus track round this one out to three hours! No Zappa fan should be without this! Especially the live "Broken Hearts Are For Assholes" & "The Enema Bandit"!