Monks - Hamburg Recordings 1967 album
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The Monks – a strange, rare group with a story that sounds like a drunk friend’s generous hyperbole. A group of American .
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The Monks ’ tenure as Hamburg’s premier tonsure -coiffed proto-punks lasted barely two years-they released their Black Monk Time LP in 1966 and, following a few more singles, disbanded by 1967. While playing clubs in the same seedy Reeperbahn district that the Beatles had lit up only a few years earlier, the American . soldiers in the Monks followed their own path. Following a 2009 collection of early demos, Hamburg Recordings 1967 pulls together what is posited as the last unreleased Monks material, 15 minutes worth of odds and ends recorded during the band’s final year. But, fun as it is, it’s mostly ends. While Monks fans will surely be glad to have any more examples of the band at work, only one of the songs feels as developed as anything on Black Monk Time or their subsequent singles.
Hamburg Recordings 1967 gives those recordings a public hearing for the first time, with the addition of an outtake from their final studio session cut in February 1967. In the liner notes to this EP, Monks' bassist Eddie Shaw described this material as "not as radical as other Monk songs," adding that "they seemed to soothe the Beatles fans" who came to the club where the Fab Four played their first German gigs.
Monks – Hamburg Recordings 1967. Label: Third Man Records – TMR-374. I’m Watching You would have been recorded on February 28th, 1967 at the same sessions that would produce the Monks’ final single Love Can Tame the Wild b/w He Went Down to the Sea. The remaining four songs were recorded after hours in the Top Ten Club later that year, just prior to the break-up of the band.
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