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Date Posted: 23:02:02 01/11/08 Fri
Author: Helmut from Germany
Subject: Dave Day

It's just half a year ago that I saw the Monks' performance from the legendary "Beat Beat Beat" show, that made me interested in this amazing band. Besides the music I was impressed about the energy and joy the Monks put into their performance, most of all the funny banjo player - Dave Day.
It's one of those mysteries, why this band was overlooked for so long. Gladly in recent years they received a part of the recognition they deserve. And luckily right in time before Dave Day had to leave.
Of course the Monks were just a short phase in his life, there must have been more to his life than just being a Monk.
It's sad to hear about his passing and I wish a lot of energy to his family and friends to cope with that loss.

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