Among the many competent Swedish rings imitating Anglo rock and roll in the mid-’60s, the Fabulous Four had four TOP hits within their local nation in 1966 and 1967, failing woefully to help to make a ripple elsewhere. In the way of several Swedish acts, that they had an nearly willful insufficient identity. They attempted sub-Merseybeat, folk-rock, and fuzzy garage area, sometimes echoing organizations just like the Kinks as well as the Monkees. They published a lot of their materials, but experienced their strikes with awful addresses of international pop tunes such as for example “Puff (The Magic Dragon)” and “Tempo of the Rainfall” — documented, one suspects, against their will. Their stuff isn’t worth searching for unless there is a critical jones for ’60s Continental rock and roll, though judged with the standards of this category, they created some appropriate recordings.