The interview itself was actually very intelligent, I like it especially how he predicted the stagnation of commercially-oriented music by the gradual development of the attitudes and mentalities within that music industry.
Somewhere over the high seas there is a land Where a wave laps to the distant shore of Happy Isles Where the most beatiful of flowers always bring in their shine There the worries of tomorrow may be left forgotten
Oh if one only could get to that fabulous land Then I would never leave it like a bird But without wings I cannot fly I am a prisoner of the earth Only by my thoughts, reaching far I can get there
Fly, my song, there where the fabulous land is gleaming There where my dearest is waiting for me Fly, my song, there like a gliding bird Tell that in my thoughts there is only him
Frank Zappa did have some interesting (because usually unbiased or libertarian) views.
In this segment, likely from an interview in the late 1980s, he discusses the generally negative qualitative development of the music industry in the previous decade, which would condition the state of mainstream media today.