Stories of Justine’s primary claim to popularity might be being a late-’60s Uk rock group made by Tim Grain (then an A&R guy for EMI) ahead of his career seeing that an immensely successful co-writer of musicals with Andrew Lloyd Webber. Their a unitary, 1967’s “Albert”/”Mon Morning,” was toward the twee end of United kingdom psychedelic pop. Relatively even more representative of Stories of Justine, though still over the valuable side from the genre, had been numerous unreleased monitors they documented between August 1967 and January 1969. In a few respects these recalled the greater ambitious (and overblown) productions from the Hollies within their psychedelic stage, though Stories of Justine had been yet more valuable in their strategy. Bandmember and vocalist/songwriter David Daltrey was highlighted in the first Rice-Webber musical Joseph as well as the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and afterwards produced the group Carillion, a support action within a tour during David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust stage. The group’s one, and many unreleased monitors from 1967-1969, had been compiled over the 1,000-duplicate limited-edition Tenth Globe LP Petals from a Sunflower in 1997.