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.