This US band was formed in LA, California, USA in 1967 when Elliot Ingber (guitar, ex-Mothers Of Invention) joined forces with three members of struggling aspirants the Factory: Warren Klein (guitar/sitar), Martin Kibbee (bass) and Richie Hayward (b. Richard Hayward, 6 Feb 1946, Crystal clear Lake, Iowa, USA; drums). Lawrence ‘Stash’ Wagner (business lead vocals/electric guitar) finished the line-up highlighted in the Fraternity Of Guy, a musically disparate selection which range from melodic flower-power (‘Wispy Paisley Skies’) to rhetorical politics (‘Simply Doin’ Our Work’). The record also highlighted a edition of Frank Zappa’s ‘Oh No I Don’t Believe It’, but is most beneficial recalled for the ‘dopers’ anthem ‘Don’t Bogart Me’, afterwards immortalized within the film Easy Rider. The blues-influenced OBTAIN IT On! lacked the attraction of its forerunner, but featured efforts from pianist Costs Payne and previous Stock guitarist Lowell George, both of whom resurfaced, with Hayward, in Small Feat. Ingber was also associated with the last-named action during its embryonic levels, but left to become listed on Captain Beefheart, where he was rechristened Winged Eel Fingerling. In old age he surfaced as an associate of the Moms’ offshoot, Grandmothers. A long time afterwards, Ingber and Wagner briefly reunited beneath the Fraternity Of Man banner to record the dreadful 1995 EP X.
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|Mr. Nice||2010||"Don't Bogart Me"|
|Outside Providence||1999||performer: "Don't Bogart That Joint"|
|Easy Rider||1969||performer: "Don't Bogart Me"|
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