A Version Of Himself

Frank Zappa & the Mothers

Mark: Well uh . . . I play a v-, a version of myself a-, as Frank sees me, you know, like, you know what I mean?

Interviewer: No

Mark: It's not, uh, he sees the group from . . . like we see him from one point of view and he sees us from another place, this was written around like we're, you know, the folklore that each member had brought to create the image that we portray, like, uh, some of the scenes have happened before, specifically the, the hotel room scene where the group sits and talks about how Frank is not important to what the group is and . . . that scene I remember happening many times, uh, just the whole idea that it is Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention has always given us something to talk about, you know, Frank is, you know, our boss and so there's always that kinda management, uh, worker relationship that, you know, that just happens, it isn't like you, you plan for it to happen, it just does . . .