Elliot Ingber

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Elliot Ingber (born August 24, 1941) is an American guitarist. In 1966, he was a founding member of Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention and was featured on their debut album Freak Out![1] After being fired from the band by Frank Zappa, Ingber helped form Fraternity of Man, which released two albums. He subsequently joined Captain Beefheart's Magic Band where he was given the stage name Winged Eel Fingerling by Beefheart. In 1995, Ingber reformed Fraternity of Man with original vocalist Lawrence "Stash" Wagner to record and release a third album released under the Malibu Records label.

Family[edit]

His brother Ira Ingber is also a prominent musician.

Discography[edit]

  • The Moondogs: Moondog (195?, 7", USA, ?)
  • The Moondogs: Mooncat (195?, 7", USA, ?)
  • The Gamblers: Moon Dawg (1960, 7", USA, World Pacific Single #815)
  • Dee D. Hope: California Surfer (1963, 7", USA, Jolum J-100)
  • Bobby James (a/k/a Bobby Jameson): Let's Surf b/w Take This Lollipop (1963, 7", USA, Jolum J-102)
  • The Mothers of Invention: Freak Out! (1) (1966, 2lp, USA, Verve)
  • Fraternity of Man: Fraternity of Man (1) (1968, lp, USA, ABC Records abc s 647) - feat. Elliot Ingber; incl. "Oh No I Don't Believe It" (Frank Zappa)
  • Michele: Saturn Rings (1969, lp, USA, ?) - feat. Elliot Ingber & Lowell George
  • Fraternity of Man: Get it On! (2) (1969, lp, USA, ?) - feat. Elliot Ingber & Lowell George
  • Canned Heat: Hallelujah (4) (1969, lp, USA, ?) - feat. Henry Vestine, Elliot Ingber
  • The Mothers of Invention: Mothermania (6) (1969, lp, USA, Verve)
  • Little Feat: Little Feat (1971, lp, USA, Warner Bros. records) - feat. Lowell George, Roy Estrada, Ry Cooder, Elliot Ingber
  • Shakey Jake Harris: The Devil's Harmonica (1972, lp, USA, Polydor) - feat. Elliot Ingber
  • Captain Beefheart: The Spotlight Kid (6) (1972, lp, USA, Reprise)
  • Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band: Bluejeans and Moonbeams (9) (1974, lp, USA, Mercury)
  • Little Feat: Waiting for Columbus (1978, lp, USA, Warner Bros. Records) - feat. Lowell George, incl. "Don't Bogart That Joint" (Elliot Ingber, Lawrence Wagner)
  • Juicy Groove: First Taste (1978, Picture Disc, USA, Payola Records) - feat. Elliot Ingber
  • The Grandmothers: Grandmothers (1) (1981, lp, ger, line records 6.24636 ap) - feat. Various Ex-moi
  • Little Feat: Hoy-hoy! (1981, lp, USA, ?) - feat. Lowell George, Elliot Ingber, Roy Estrada, Ry Cooder
  • The Grandmothers: Lookin' Up Granny's Dress (2) (1982, lp, USA, Rhino Records rnlp 804) - feat. Various Ex-moi; incl. Zappa compositions
  • The Grandmothers: Fan Club Talk lp (3) (1983, lp, USA, Panda 001)
  • Frank Zappa: You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore vol.5 (58) (1992, 2 cd, USA, Ryko)
  • Lowell George & The Factory: Lightning-rod Man (1993, cd, FR, Edsel Records) - feat. Frank Zappa, Elliot Ingber, Roy Estrada, Ian Underwood
  • The Grandmothers: A Mother of an Anthology (1993, cd, USA, One Way Records ow 28880) = compilation + extra tracks
  • Fraternity of Man: "X" (3) (1995, cd, USA, San Francisco Sound sfs 09930 da) - feat. Elliot Ingber, Lawrence Wagner & Ira Ingber; incl. 'Everybody's Rockin (r.collins)
  • Various Artists: Cowabunga! The Surf Box (19??, cd, USA, Rhino r2 72418) - incl. The Gamblers: Moon Dawg
  • Frank Zappa: The Lost Episodes (64) (1996, cd, USA, Ryko) [track 21 "Alley Cat" 1969 w/ Captain Beefheart & John "Drumbo French]
  • Frank Zappa: Mystery Disc (67) (1998, cd, USA, Ryko)
  • Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Grow Fins (1999, 5 cd-box, USA, Revenant Records revenant 210)
  • Little Feat: Hotcakes & Outtakes: 30 Years of Little Feat (2000, cd, ?) - feat. Lowell George, Roy Estrada, Elliot Ingber, Ry Cooder
  • Elliot Ingber: The The The The (2001, cd, Japan, ?)
  • Frank Zappa: The Mofo Project/Object (77) (2006, 2 cd, USA, Zappa Records)
  • Frank Zappa: The Mofo Project/Object (78) (2006, 4 cd, USA, Zappa Records)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Frank Zappa". MTV. Retrieved 7 April 2011.