24 novembre 2011
Mothers Of Invention, Heathrow Airport 18/9/67 par Mike Gerrish
A paper label on the back of this photo states: "They are shown on arrival from New York at Heathrow airport, London, today (Monday). From left to right, they are, Mothers: Ray Collins, Jimmy Carl Black, Suzie Creamcheese (the only one capable of motherhood), the group leader and Don Preston.
The Mothers of Invention are America's first 'freak-out group' and are here for a one-night concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London on Saturday when they will be augmented by members of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. They have a new single disc, 'Big Leg Emma' out on Friday, and an L.P. 'Absolutely Free' scheduled for October release. Zappa writes all the lyrics - a form of caustic social comment - on the American way of life."
September 18th 1967 PAP 130138-1 (Hm-O)
"Press Association Photos"
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