Behold the contract that signed the GTOs (Girls Together Outrageously) Miss Pamela (Pamela Ann Miller, later Pamela Des Barres), Miss Sparky (Linda Sue Parker), Miss Lucy (Lucy Offerall, later Lucy McLaren), Miss Christine (Christine Frka), Miss Sandra (Sandra Lynn Rowe, later Sandra Leano), Miss Mercy (Mercy Fontentot, aka Judith Edra Peters) and Miss Cynderella (Cynthia Wells, later Cynthia Cale-Binion; the Frank Zappa produced all-girl groupie band to Bizarre Records, the label run by Zappa and his then-business partner, Herb Cohen. (Their album, Permanent Damage, actually came out on Zappa and Cohen’s Straight Records and featured the talents of Lowell George, Ry Cooder, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Jimmy Carl Black, Nicky Hopkins and Don Preston.
The group started out as “The Cherry Sisters” and then became The Laurel Canyon Ballet Company.
I like how they all signed in different colored pens.
This contract was on eBay a couple of weeks ago, but I got distracted 20 minutes before the auction ended and forgot about it until it was too late.
“I’m in Love with the Ooh Ooh Man,” a love-song about a boy with a first name that’s the same as his last (that would be Nick St. Nicholas, the bass player of Steppenwolf). Sung by Miss Pamela; the music was written by Monkee Davy Jones.