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The Early Years 1964–1965 is a compilation album by the German-based American garage rock the Monks, and was released on Light in the Attic Records on April 14, 2009. The album chronicles the group's recordings as the Five Torquays, which was a traditional beat band, up to their demo sessions as the Monks in late 1965. It exemplifies a period in the Monks' musical career in which their rebellious avant-garde style was in its primitive stages.
The Early Years 1964-1965. Five Upstart Americans. only publishes for promotional use and/or for press use images, as delivered and/or authorized by record labels, press offices, promotional agencies; only resorts to degraded images as part of its information feed.
The Early Years (1964-1965). On paper, it's hard to imagine a couplet that looks less like an opener for one of the best albums of the 1960s. When you hear it barked out by Monks lead vocalist Gary Burger over an otherworldly groove, though, it's an unlikely call to arms, and an immediate auditory stamp for one of the most strikingly original bands of the mid-60s. The band's sole studio album, released only in Germany in March 1966, has since become something of a legend, hailed as a precursor to punk and krautrock, and exerting influence far beyond its modest initial sales.
Compilation album by The Monks. Love Came Tumblin' Down. Space Age. We Do Wie Du. I Hate You. Pretty Suzanne. Oh, How To Do Now. Boys Are Boys.
The Early Years 1964-1965 is an aural document of the Monks as they were trying to sort out the proportions of their singular approach. The bulk of The Early Years is devoted to a ten-song demo cut in 1965 featuring most of the tunes that would latter appear on Black Monk Time, along with a few others that would be left by the wayside. Given the long shadow cast by the Monks' small body of work, The Early Years 1964-1965 is a welcome footnote to the singular accomplishment that was their album, but this music (which was previously released on the album Five Upstart Americans) preserves a stop along the way before they reached greatness.
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Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Monks – The Early Years 1964 - 1965. Label: Light In The Attic – LITA 041. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue.
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The Early Years 1965–1972 is a 33-disc compilation box set by Pink Floyd released on 11 November 2016. It was officially announced 28 July 2016. The set includes seven volumes with CDs, DVDs, BDs, vinyl records and memorabilia including photos, posters and tour programmes. It contains early non-album singles plus unreleased studio and live recordings.
|2||–Monks*||Love Came Tumblin' Down||3:03|
|3||–Monks*||Boys Are Boys||1:53|
|5||–Monks*||We Do Wie Du||2:43|
|6||–Monks*||I Hate You||3:58|
|10||–Monks*||Oh, How To Do Now||2:55|
|11||–The 5 Torquays*||Boys Are Boys||3:05|
|12||–The 5 Torquays*||There She Walks||2:36|
- Recorded At – Tonstudio Bauer
- Recorded At – Tonstudio H. Scherer
- Remastered At – Elysian Masters
- Licensed Through – Retribution Records
- Published By – Monktime Publishing
- Banjo [Electric], Vocals – Dave Day (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Bass, Vocals – Eddie Shaw
- Design [Re-release Design] – Jordan Luckman
- Drums, Vocals – Roger Johnston
- Edited By [Editing] – Nancy Lanthier
- Engineer – Herr Scherer (tracks: 11, 12)
- Executive-Producer [Re-release] – Josh Wright, Matt Sullivan
- Guitar, Vocals – Dave Havlicek (tracks: 11, 12)
- Liner Notes – Kevin Howes*
- Organ, Vocals – Larry Clark (tracks: 1 to 10), Larry Spangler (tracks: 11, 12)
- Producer – Remy* (tracks: 1 to 10), The Torquays* (tracks: 11, 12), Niemann* (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Reissue Producer [Produced For Re-release By] – Matt Sullivan
- Remastered By – Dave Cooley
- Transferred By [Tape Transfers By] – Chris Hanzsek (tracks: 11, 12), Steven Rhodes (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Vocals, Guitar – Gary Burger
- Written-By – D. Havlicek*, T. Shaw* (tracks: 1 to 10), G. Burger*, L. Spangler* (tracks: 1 to 10), R. Johnston* (tracks: 1 to 10)
NotesTracks 1 - 10 recorded as demos at Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany Sept. 1965.
Tracks 11 & 12 recorded at Tone Studio Scherer Heidelberg, Germany late 1964 and self-released as a single, 1965.
Packaged in heavy gatefold sleeve with a 32 page booklet containing photographs and extensive notes.
Previously released in Europe as "Demo Tapes 1965".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 826853004121
- Rights Society: BMI
|FJORD 005||Monks*||Five Upstart Americans (CD, Comp)||Omplatten||FJORD 005||US||1999|
|MR 278, pl-03||Monks*||Demo Tapes 1965 (LP, Comp, RE)||Munster Records, Play Loud! Productions||MR 278, pl-03||Spain||2007|
|mrcd-278, pl-cd-3||Monks*||Demo Tapes 1965 (CD, Comp, RE)||Munster Records, Play Loud! Productions||mrcd-278, pl-cd-3||Spain||2007|
|FJORD 005, CTCD-242||Monks*||Five Upstart Americans (CD, Comp)||Omplatten, Captain Trip Records||FJORD 005, CTCD-242||Japan||1999|
|pl-cd-3||Monks*||Demo Tapes 1965 (CD, Comp)||Play Loud!||pl-cd-3||Germany||2006|