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Fraternity of Man

Fraternity of Man

Fraternity of Man


Fraternity of Man Fraternity Of Man is the band that forms the link between Frank Zappa & The Mothers, Lowell George & The Factory, Little Feat, and Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band. In his short period of existence between these ancestors, relatives and descendants, the band managed to record two albums, "Fraternity Of Man" in 1968, and "Get It On" in 1969, before fragmenting. Elliot Ingber had joined the fifth line-up of the Mothers in time to participate in the recording of their first album "Freak Out!" in August 1966 Read more on Last.fm
Fraternity of Man Fraternity Of Man is the band that forms the link between Frank Zappa & The Mothers, Lowell George & The Factory, Little Feat, and Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band. In his short period of existence between these ancestors, relatives and descendants, the band managed to record two albums, "Fraternity Of Man" in 1968, and "Get It On" in 1969, before fragmenting. Elliot Ingber had joined the fifth line-up of the Mothers in time to participate in the recording of their first album "Freak Out!" in August 1966, the landmark double album produced by Tom Wilson. According to Zappa, he had to fire Ingber at the end of 1966, and in the course of 1967 the guitarist linked up with Warren Klein, Martin Kibbee and Richard Hayward, who had been three quarters of The Factory. Along with fourth member Lowell George, The Factory had been recording (with Zappa producing) in the latter half of 1966 and early 1967 (see the Edsel Records CD by Lowell George & The Factory "Lightning Rod Man" - edcd 377).

With the inclusion of Lawrence "Stash" Wagner (rather than George) on lead vocals, Fraternity Of Man set about their first album with Tom Wilson in the producer's chair. "Fraternity Of Man" was released on Abc Records in 1968 and featured a cover of "Oh No I Don't Believe Tt" by Zappa (which he had yet to release himself), and "Don't Bogart Me" which was subsequently featured in the film "Easy Rider" and its huge-selling soundtrack album, issued in 1969. The second album, again with Tom Wilson producing, was released on Dot records in 1969, and featured credited session help from Lowell George and pianist Bill Payne. By the end of 1969, however, Fraternity Of Man were no more. Richard Hayward found himself in a studio with Lowell George again, and with Bill Payne and bassist Roy Estrada (another ex-Mother), the first Little Feat line-up was complete.

Elliot Ingber joined Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band, appearing first on "The Spotlight Kid" album in 1972, now with the monicker of "Winged Eel Fingerling". discography fraternity of man: fraternity of man (1) 1969, lp, usa, abc records abc s 647) fraternity of man: get it on! (2) 1969, lp, usa, dot records) fraternity of man: x (3) (199?, cd5", usa, san francisco sounds sfs 09930 da) - feat.elliot ingber, ira ingber; incl. 'everybody's rockin'' (ray collins) Source: http://www.united-mutations.com/f/fraternity_of_man.htm Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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