45 years ago today, The Mothers of Invention played at the Royal Albert Hall.
1969 06 06 - Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
50 min, SBD, B+
105 min, Aud, B-
The Sbd cuts after Interlude.
intro, Uncle Meat, drum duet, Some Ballet Music, improvisation, Big Leg Emma, story of A Pound For A Brown, The String Quartet [incl. Sleazette, FM], improvisation, Interlude, Hot Rats (incl. Intro To Music For Low Budget Orchestra), Little House I Used To Live In (chamber music section, incl. Weasel Chamber Music), Mozart Ballet [parts on YCDTOSA5; incl. Mozart Piano Sonata In Bb, FM], improvisation [parts on The Walking Zombie Music, FM], Louie Louie, Little House I Used To Live In [parts on BWS], Transylvania Boogie, Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue, drum duet, Charles Ives, Cruising For Burgers, Brown Shoes Don't Make It [banter on Little House I Use To Live In, BWS]
Other FZ gigs on the same date:
1967 Garrick Theater
1968 Fillmore West
1971 Fillmore East
1982 Mannheim, Germany (gig aborted due to rain after 10 minutes)
1988 Italy (Florence or Genova, depends on source)
Lies are like quicksand, soft and comfortable, but they will swallow us. Truth is like bedrock, hard and uncomfortable, but we can always stand on it