Märtz Verlag, Frankfurt am Main
1971 1st edition
220 pp, paperback, 21,5 x 14,5 cm
Actress and singer
On pages 162-172 R.Heinikel writes about Mothers of Invention concert in Munich, December 13, 1970, following backstage and bed scenes in the same night.
This book was later reissued several times by editions rororo and Zweitausendeins.
Rosemarie Heinikel , born 1949, is a German actress, singer and author. Calling herself Rosy Rosy she became an icon of German subculture. Like Uschi Obermeier, she lived in a commune, befriended Donovan and Frank Zappa, did some early coffee-table book porn (Softgirls, 1970) and wrote her first autobiography Rosy Rosy in 1971. She sang with krautrockers Guru Guru and in 1968 recorded her first single with “The Inner Space”, produced by Irmin Schmidt, one of the founders of Can.