frank zappa fanzine: t'mershi duween
(1988 - today, uk, 60+ issues)

issue 49 - 60

t'mershi duween no.49 - 1996/03
t'mershi duween no.50 - 1996/04
t'mershi duween no.51 - 1996/05
t'mershi duween no.52 - 1996/07
t'mershi duween no.53 - 1996/08
t'mershi duween no.54 - 1996/10
t'mershi duween no.55 - 1996/11
t'mershi duween no.56 - 1997/02
t'mershi duween no.57 - 1997/03
t'mershi duween no.58 - 1997/05
t'mershi duween no.59 - 1997/07
t'mershi duween no.60 - 1997/09
t'mershi duween no.61 - 1997/10
  • news
  • reviews
  • "no potential commercial - a chat with david walley" - part two
    = david walley interview by paul remington
  • "mars needs evil princes - a conversation"
    = tommy mars interview by the evil prince
  • "it was not quitely fifteen years ago"
  • "touring can drive you crazy"
    1979/02/21 - 1979/03/19
    = concert tapes with track listing, by axel wŁnsch
t'mershi duween no.62 - 1999/01
  • news
  • reviews
  • "mann alive!"
    = ed mann interview by the evil prince
  • "songs of orange county"
    = reviews of songs of which the title starts with an "s"
  • "touring can drive you crazy"
    1979/03/21 - 1979/04/01
    = concert tapes with track listing, by axel wŁnsch
t'mershi duween no.63/64 - 2000/03

part one - issue no.63

  • news
  • reviews
  • "touring can drive you crazy"
    1980/03/25 - 1980/04/17
    = concert tapes with track listing, by axel wŁnsch
  • "how i bit the bullet" by paul bromley
  • "songs of orange county"
    = reviews of songs of which the title starts with an "s"
  • "some historical trivia" by michael brenna
  • "chatting with a wing and a prayer"
    albert wing interview by fred banta

part two - issue no.64

  • reviews
  • "how i bit the bullet" by clinton morgan
  • "the be-bop bass notes: tom fowler interview"
    tom fowler interview by the evil prints
  • "songs of orange county"
    = reviews of songs of which the title starts with an "s"
  • "the mystery tape"
  • "touring can drive you crazy"
    1980/04/18 - 1980/05/11
  • "frank zappa's film scores" by pete mulvey