The Record


The Record, SUNY Buffalo State’s student-run newspaper was established in 1913. It ceased being a print publication in 2016 and became online only starting in 2017. See also Eggz.

1973 November 30

Vol. 76 No. 15


Frank Zappa twitches and tangos with his Mothers in Aud
By Jerry Stabile, p 7

 Frank Zappa is an artist. He never pauses for a retrospective view at himself; but rather, each times he gives a concert he presents a new aspect of his work. (read more)



1977 October 28

Vol. 81 No. 12


Beefheart to make annual Halloween Performance
By Michael J'Graphix, p 9




1978 November 21

Vol. 82 No. 36


The Captain and his Shiny Beast
By Jeff Pollack, p 9




1980 October 28

Vol. 91 No. 36


Zappa music still superior; flaws blamed on audio-overkill
By Andrea Gill, p 11

 It is doubtful that Frank Zappa's Saturday night appearance at Buffalo Memorial Auditorium was all it could have been. Zappa wasn't to blame. Audio-overkill was the weakening factor. (read more)



1988 March 11

Vol. 76 No. 15


Zappa performance a Shea's crowd-pleaser
By John Moherovicic, p 7

 Frank Zappa has been called an iconoclast, a nihilistic social commentator and a musical genius. He effectively represented all these roles during his show at Shea's Buffalo Theater Wednesday. (read more)