Fraternity Of Man
This US group was formed in Los Angeles, California in 1967 when Elliot Ingber (ex-Mothers Of Invention; guitar) joined forces with three members of struggling aspirants the Factory; Warren Klein (guitar/sitar), Martin Kibbee (bass) and Richard Hayward (drums). Lawrence ‘Stash’ Wagner (lead vocals/guitar) completed the line-up featured on FRATERNITY OF MAN, a musically disparate selection ranging from melodic flower-power (Wispy Paisley Skies) to rhetorical politics (Just Doin' Our Job). The album also featured a version of Frank Zappa's Oh No I Don't Believe It, but is best recalled for the ‘dopers‘ anthem' Don't Bogart Me, later immortalised in the film Easy Rider. The blues-influenced GET IT ON lacked the charm of its predecessor, but featured contributions from pianist Bill Payne and former Factory guitarist Lowell George, both of whom would resurface, with Hayward, in Little Feat. Ingber was also involved with the last-named act during its embryonic stages, but left to join Captain Beefheart, where he was re christened Winged Eel Fingerling. In later years he emerged as a member of the Mothers' offshoot, Grandmothers.
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