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Bad crazyness de 1966


The Monks, a German-based American group whose sole album, Black Monk Time, didn’t get a release in the UK or the USA. Destined to obscurity since their break-up, they became a quirky footnote in rock ‘n’ roll history, grouped with the hundreds of garage bands that never made it. But the album has grown in stature since it came out in 1966, a banner year that saw the release of Dylan’s Blonde On Blonde, The Beatles’ Revolver, and The Kinks’ Face To Face. In its own unique way, it ranks among those monumental achievements. Yes, it’s that good.




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