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THE ARCHIVE: Very 'eavy at Mothers (1969)

Things happened at Mothers because promoter Phil Myatt made them happen. This event looks as though it was a happening.

This invitation to the launch of Harvest Records, a subsidiary of the larger EMI label, shows that Mothers was nationally recognised as an important club worthy of hosting such events. As well as the recording of tracks on Pink Floyd’s ‘Ummagumma’ album in 1969, the lesser known act Shakey Vick Blues Band also recorded a live album called ‘Little Women You’re So Sweet’ there for Pye Records in November 1968.

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