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Merrell Fankhauser moved back to the coast, formed a new band, Merrell and the Xiles, and had a minor hit with “Tomorrow’s Girl” in 1967. An album followed which including both old Exiles songs and newer psych folk material. For the album the band was credited as Fapardokly, taking its name from the surnames of the original members - Fankhauser, Dan Parrish (bass), Bill Dodd (guitar) and Dick Lee (drums).

(A small clip from Merrell Fankhauser’s Wiki article)


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  • Roncsipar

    loved their Byrds-y Gone to Pot

    26 Oct 2012 Reply
  • iconan

    Fapardokly - 1966 - Fapardokly - A legendary LP, both for its (supposed) rarity and the appearance of future Mu-wizard Merrell Fankhauser. This is mid-60s pop/folkrock. Fapardokly were Merrell Fankhauser guitar, Bill Dodd lead guitar, John Oliver bass, and Dick Lee drums. The odd name being a combination of their surnames - or rather three of them plus that of Don Parrish, the original bass player. - -.-.-.-. om hari om ..... ॐ

    12 Jul 2012 Reply
  • grasplant

    A classic album

    20 Jan 2011 Reply
  • jory93

    i love mr clock each time i hear it

    23 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Faltain

    My favorite track is the opener, "Lila"... a haunting slice of melodic psych-pop.

    26 Oct 2009 Reply
  • acideater

    aka Merrell And The Exiles

    30 Jan 2009 Reply
  • acideater

    gr8 band...

    8 Jul 2008 Reply

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