No more Beatlemania! The Monks meet rock and roll

All of a sudden – a rainbow colored life.

An unconventional musical act composed of former U.S. GIs in Germany, the Monks were active for a few years in the sixties before Polydor records spoiled the party by demanding a more traditional sound. Bassist Eddie Shaw exchanged emails with Zack Kopp recently regarding the band;s bizarro twinship with their unlike contemporaries, The Beatles. My interview with bassist Eddie Shaw at IT’S PSYCHEDELIC BABY linked HERE:

l to R Monks mgrs Kiki, Gunther, Walther, and Karl
Mutiny Information Cafe, 2 S. Broadway Denver 80209
“Mutiny Info Cafe is a bastion of the Denver underground. Great selection of books, music, and comics, with a friendly, smart staff giving excellent service,.” – Camp Elasticity

By Camp Elasticity

Camp Elasticity is a clearing house for creative experimentation to include literary, artistic, musical, social and comedic productions. CEO Zack Kopp is a freelance writer and editor in Denver. He is the author of six novels so far, a short story collection, a book of poetry, a collection of metamorphic prose and a collection of articles, essays, interviews, reviews and commentary. His latest book, Market Man, was just published by Boston's Big Table Publishing.Kopp has also worked as a ghost writer and editor. His writing has appeared in Rain Taxi, Please Kill Me, and elsewhere.

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