Fillmore East program for a pair of Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention concerts on June 5-6, 1971, and a Byrds concert on June 9, 1971, eight pages, 5.5 x 8.5, which also promotes performances by the Hampton Grease Band, Head Over Heels, and McKendree Spring. The Zappa concert on June 6th turned into a jam of legendary proportions when John Lennon, who met Zappa earlier that day and was then playing with the Plastic Ono Band, stunned the Fillmore audience when he and Yoko Ono shared the stage with Zappa for a four-song set that included 'Well (Baby Please Don’t Go),' 'Jamrag,' (which is actually 'King Kong'), 'Scumbag,' and 'u,' which was also known as 'Aü.' In fine condition. The four songs recorded at the Fillmore East ended up on Lennon's Some Time in New York City album. Accompanied by a modern photo of Lennon, Ono, and Zappa performing at the concert.
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