Jeff Monn was the business lead singer of the 3rd Bardo, who produced a belatedly recognized garage area rock classic on the 1967 solitary “I’m Five Years Before My Period,” which is for the Nuggets package collection anthology of 1960s garage area rock. It’s miles much less known that Monn continued to a short solo career, liberating Actuality on Vanguard in 1968. Following the Third Bardo break up, Monn performed as an unaccompanied single guitarist and vocalist, playing a power guitar. The truth is a quite unusual relic of its period, merging Monn’s rather uncooked folk-rock with baroque orchestration by arranger/conductor Peter Schickele, better referred to as P.D.Q. Bach. Although fitfully interesting, this wasn’t the perfect blend, and Monn’s tracks were only alright. Monn documented another solo recording beneath the name Chris Moon for CBS/Kinetic in 1970.