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    Frank Zappa 1967 Art Paste-Up Advertisement for The Mothers of Invention Concert at Lindy Opera House in Los Angeles. A 12.5" x 20" paste-up advertisement for the Mothers of Invention concert at the Lindy Opera House in Los Angeles, February 3 and 4, 1967. The ad includes the Mothers' grouping of songs for the concert, which the band listed here as "Songs of Love," "Songs of Spiritual Significance," "Songs We're Sick of Playing," and "Songs We Just Learned This Week That WiIl Sound Crappy." Great shots of Frank Zappa and the gang and note the concert admission price ($3 to $4). Also included is the Los Angeles Free Press typed invoice for printing this display ad ($461.70) with the notation, "To be deducted from ticket money collected at Book Store for Mother's Concerts Feb 3/4/67." In Excellent condition. An evocative piece that truly captures Zappa and the Mothers.

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    October, 2008
    4th-6th Saturday-Monday
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