Though these were considered an enigma in the wonderful world of ’60s rock and roll collectibles, there is never an organization called Fapardokly; the 12 music on the self-titled album had been documented by Merrell & the Exiles, a Southern California group going by renowned cult folk-rocker Merrell Fankhauser. That group trim many singles for the small Glenn label before going within a psychedelic path and mutating into H.M.S. Bounty. The similarly small UIP label made a decision to gather some of the Glenn singles, put in a few even more psychedelically oriented monitors that Merrill and his group acquired recorded, and discharge the package because the function of an organization called Fapardokly. Though it was not documented or intended being a unified function, it stands among the great dropped folk-rock classics from the ’60s. Fankhauser continued to make even more exceptional obscure recordings with H.M.S. Bounty in the past due ’60s and Mu in the first ’70s.