Jerry Hall, born 1956 in Gonzales Texas, was discovered on a St Tropez beach
in France at the age of 16. she soon appeared on the covers of magazines
varying from Playboy to Vogue
The twins Jerry and Terry (father expected boys)
The she ended on the Roxy Music Siren album.
And in Brian Ferry’s bed.
In 1977 she was with Mick Jagger.
They have four children Gabriel, James and Georgia are on this photo.
Jerry and daughter Elisabeth.
These songs are supposedly about Jerry.
There’s an autobiography: Tell Tales
During their unofficial wedding in Bali,
Mick was having an affair with Carla Bruni.
Mick and Jerry spit in 1999.
Then there where a horse breather, a tycoon, a banker, a film producer, a scientist …
and Rupert Murdoch …
Odd friend Jo Wood comment: “Jerry’s getting married this week
and she hasn’t invited me. I can’t believe it. Maybe my invite
got lost in the post.”
Freak Out 1966… with Bob Dylan’s Blonde on Blonde the first two double albums.
The Mothers were originally a band called The Soul Giants, which as soon as
they asked Frank Zappa, were taken over by Frank. They quitted the singer
Alice Stewart. So that left Ray Collins, Roy Estrada, Jimmy Carl Black,
Elliot Ingber and Frank Zappa. The record company MGM didn’t like the name
and suggested The Mothers Auxiliary. Frank came up with the name
The Mothers of Invention.
The song ‘Groupie Bang Bang’ didn’t land on the album.
Was it because of the lyrics?
Byrds and Stones dig the way she dance
And ev’ry damn one gets in her pants
Paul McCartney and Ringo too
Say she balls better than Epstein do
Took her home with me last night
Tore off the clothes and turned down the light
Had her boogie on my lap
Four days later I had the clap
Anyway … eventually it ended up on The MOFO Project/Object (Deluxe Edition)
Left to right: Jimmy Carl Black, Frank Zappa, Ray Collins (hanging), Elliot Ingber,
Carl Franzoni, some nice girls and Roy Estrada.
Franzoni was a dancer in Vito Paulekas’ group.
The girl in the back might be Pamela Zarubica
Ken Patterson and Vito’s Dancers with The Fraternity Fraturnity of Man
The description says some Paul Butterfield stuff
but the music is Electric Flag’s Freak Out.