Monks: Monk Jam: Live at Cavestomp

Monks SKU: 27721919
Monks: Monk Jam: Live at Cavestomp

Monks: Monk Jam: Live at Cavestomp

Monks SKU: 27721919

Format: CD

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Title: Monk Jam: Live at Cavestomp
Artist: Monks
Label: Rockbeat Records
UPC: 089353329525
Genre: Rock

The Monks were formed in 1964 by four America GI's who were stationed in Germany. Dressed in black robes and with tonsure haircuts, the band sounded and looked like no one else and made many continental European television appearances. Their keyboard heavy songs with mountains of reverb, churchy fills and staccato rhythms have been popular in the music underground since their debut album Black Monk Time was released in 1966. Artists to have acknowledged the Monks as an influence include: Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, the White Stripes, the Vaccines, Henry Rollins, the Fuzztones, the Beastie Boys and Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys, as well as the Fall. In 1999, the legendary Cavestomp Festival brought the band together for their first show since 1967. Legendary music scribe Byron Cooley writing for Spin Magazine called the show 'Transcendent'. Here is the complete 16 song set to enjoy forever.

1.1 Monk Time
1.2 Oh How to Do Now
1.3 We Do Wie Du
1.4 Boys Are Boys
1.5 Pretty Suzanne
1.6 Hushie Pushie
1.7 Cuckoo
1.8 Complication
1.9 That's My Girl
1.10 Shut Up
1.11 I Can't Get Over You
1.12 Higgle-Dy Piggle-Dy
1.13 Blast Off!
1.14 I Hate You
1.15 Monk Jam
1.16 An Inspirational Message

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