The trio performs "I'm a Believer" before Mike makes an appearance during the encore on September 7, 1986...
While visiting England in February 1967, Micky met with Paul McCartney at Paul's House in St. John's Wood in North West London. Paul played Micky the as-yet-unreleased "Penny Lane" and "Strawberry Fields Forever."
Micky, Mike and Davy wait for a flight after playing a radio station benefit concert in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 11, 1969.
Kool-Aid sponsored The Monkees television series when it began reruns in 1969.
These pictures come from a vintage 1968 Japanese article that I have in my collection. Click on the image to enlarge.
This piece appeared in the December 27, 1991 issue of Goldmine. For easier reading, click on each image and then click on it again.
These pictures find Davy, Micky, and Mike relaxing in a hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina. The trio played a radio benefit concert at the Charlotte Coliseum on June 11, 1969.
Here's Davy sitting behind the drums at RCA Studios during the recording sessions for Headquarters in March 1967. This photo comes from the Headquarters deluxe edition booklet.
Check out Nez wearing a Dean Jeffries t-shirt. Dean, who designed the Monkeemobile, passed away on May 5. Thanks to Al for the submission!
Rhino's Official Monkees Store is now offering the Head deluxe edition once again. Click here to purchase the set.
This article comes from the October 11, 1996 issue of Goldmine magazine and focuses on The Monkees' career from 1968-1970. Unfortunately, in what seemingly can only be explained as a publishing error, the article appeared incomplete in the magazine. Below you can find what did appear. For easier reading, click on each image and then click on it again.
The track listing for disc three of the upcoming Monkees Present deluxe edition has changed slightly. "How Insensitive," which appeared on the expanded Instant Replay, has been removed and replaced with a 1969 rough stereo mix of "Steam Engine."
To see the full, updated track listing, click here.
This article, written by Jeremy Roberts and originally published on Examiner.com on the day that Davy Jones passed, looks back at some of the songs Davy contributed to The Monkees that didn't necessarily become chart hits. The selected tracks are an eclectic mix, and I thought that if you missed this piece the first time around it might be a good one to spark debate. Some of these songs are also being featured on the upcoming deluxe edition of The Monkees Present album.
Davy Jones: 14 Essential Songs That Weren't Hits
Kool-Aid acted as sponsors when The Monkees television series debuted in reruns on CBS in the fall of 1969.
Monkees Farewell Tour
Dolenz sings Nesmith
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