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<blockquote>You know, [[Memories Of El Monte]] was co-written by [[Ray Collins]] and myself, and a long time ago, 'bout the same time [[Memories Of El Monte]] was written, he and I worked at [[The Troubadour]] on 'talent night' as [[Loeb & Leopold]]. And we went down there and were singing songs about pimples and all kinds of other far out things that seemed like uh, well, that was the basis of some of the things [[The Mothers]] eventually wound up doing.</blockquote><div align="right">Frank Zappa (1968)</div>
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Mentioned in [[My Brother Is an Italian Mother]] ([[Jazz & Pop]], 1968, [[Carl R. Zappa]]): "''During their stay in [[New York]], the Mothers successfully performed for six months at the [[Garrick Theater|Garrick Theatre]] doing a cleverly animated, pornographically delightful musical review. Some people liked it so much they came back repeatedly. Two [[Long Island]] school boys, affectionately dubbed [[Loeb & Leopold|Loeb and Leopold]], held ticket stubs for some sixty-five performances. A classic study in compulsive behavior.''"
 
Mentioned in [[My Brother Is an Italian Mother]] ([[Jazz & Pop]], 1968, [[Carl R. Zappa]]): "''During their stay in [[New York]], the Mothers successfully performed for six months at the [[Garrick Theater|Garrick Theatre]] doing a cleverly animated, pornographically delightful musical review. Some people liked it so much they came back repeatedly. Two [[Long Island]] school boys, affectionately dubbed [[Loeb & Leopold|Loeb and Leopold]], held ticket stubs for some sixty-five performances. A classic study in compulsive behavior.''"
  

Revision as of 15:07, 2 June 2005

You know, Memories Of El Monte was co-written by Ray Collins and myself, and a long time ago, 'bout the same time Memories Of El Monte was written, he and I worked at The Troubadour on 'talent night' as Loeb & Leopold. And we went down there and were singing songs about pimples and all kinds of other far out things that seemed like uh, well, that was the basis of some of the things The Mothers eventually wound up doing.
Frank Zappa (1968)



Mentioned in My Brother Is an Italian Mother (Jazz & Pop, 1968, Carl R. Zappa): "During their stay in New York, the Mothers successfully performed for six months at the Garrick Theatre doing a cleverly animated, pornographically delightful musical review. Some people liked it so much they came back repeatedly. Two Long Island school boys, affectionately dubbed Loeb and Leopold, held ticket stubs for some sixty-five performances. A classic study in compulsive behavior."