Sometimes the thing wrong having a music group is its name — take the Munx. Even better, consider their name and toss it away someplace, which is exactly what they must have completed. They sang fairly, that they had charmingly strange flourishes on the tools, and they certainly knew their method around a studio room. Denny Earnest (acoustic guitar), Billy Earnest (keyboards), and Bob Bensick (drums) originated from Ohio, in the region around Cleveland, plus they not merely harmonized wonderfully but also understood ways to get probably the most out of their tools while striking an equilibrium between rock and roll and sunlight pop — these were good enough within their mid-teens to open up for the Velvet Underground onetime when the second option approved through Ohio, and Lou Reed was apparently mighty impressed using the playing. With Denny and Billy Earnest’s mom handling their administration, they surely got to cut two singles for Clevetown Information, even though their 1st, “Occasionally I Fantasy,” passed with no warning, their second, “Our Fantasy” b/w “Women Girls Women,” was something unique. Released later on in 1967, it do sufficiently in Ohio’s main markets to obtain found nationally by Jubilee Information in 1968. It could did better got it obtained out countrywide in the last year, nonetheless it was still a compellingly fairly little bit of pop-psychedelia, and sufficient to find the music group a tv appearance on Upbeat and a primary putting your signature on to Jubilee for just one record. When that solitary, “A LOT in Like,” vanished, therefore do the Munx — who (belatedly, you might say) transformed their name to Sheffield Hurry and later split up.