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Infinitia (infin-EE-sha) by Michael Nesmith is complete.
The First Edition Infinitia Box Set includes, The Prison, The Garden, and the soon to be released album, The Ocean. The trilogy began with The Prison, a book with a soundtrack, which was released in 1974. In 1994, Michael released The Garden, the second addition to the trilogy. The Garden follows the same format as The Prison, providing a book and music to be experienced simultaneously. This November, The Ocean will be released to complete the trilogy, Infinitia.
Each of the 200 First Editions comes signed, numbered and dated.
The First Editions will only be available while supplies last. By placing a PRE-ORDER today, you will be purchasing 1 of the 200 First Editions. Your card will NOT be charged until the product is shipped to you. After your order is placed, you will receive an email as proof of purchase. We will be receiving the First Editions from our manufacturer the week of October 12th, 2015 and plan to begin shipping them that same week.
This message was posted on the event's Facebook page:
MONKEES fans rejoice & get ready to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the super group with one of our all time favorite guests, the one and only PETER TORK! Peter will reunite with the incredible BOBBY HART at Super Mega Fest on November 21 & 22, 2015. Peter and Bobby will be signing most of the day Saturday & Sunday, taking photos with fans, and performing some of their incredible MONKEES hits at Saturday night's concert event! BOYCE & HART wrote many of the MONKEES' groundbreaking hits including LAST TRAIN TO CLARKSVILLE, STEPPIN STONE, and the MONKEES theme song just to name a few! Grab your Super Mega Fest tickets today before they are gone!
In late 1968, The Monkees toured Australia and Japan. On September 30, The Monkees left Australia and traveled to Tokyo, Japan for the second leg of the tour. The group and their tour party were forced to stop in Hong Kong when their flight hit severe weather.
Last night, Micky sat in with The Roots on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Micky is in New York City this weekend for two performances at 54 Below, and to promote the release of his new live album, recorded during his summer run at the same venue. Fallon greeted Micky warmly and spoke of the time when he opened for The Monkees at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles in 1997. Micky sang several Monkees songs throughout the evening, accompanied by The Roots, including "I'm a Believer," "Last Train to Clarksville," "Steppin' Stone," "Pleasant Valley Sunday," and "Mary, Mary."
Don't miss his appearance tonight!
"Next year is the 50th anniversary. Peter and I just went out, just the two of us, and played England. We've done a couple of shows on the East Coast and Canada. We're not going to be doing too much more this year. I'm doing some solo shows and we have a couple of Monkees things coming up, but we're kind of gearing up for next year, the 50th anniversary. So I would not be surprised that we'd be out there on the road."
He said the release of the Blu-Ray of the series will be the opening of the 50th anniversary celebration. "That was the kickoff thing that Rhino announced. And then, we're right in the midst of planning stuff as we speak. Nothing to announce yet, but I'm looking forward to it."
Micky also mentioned the possibility of a spring and fall tour in 2016 to celebrate The Monkees' 50th Anniversary in this interview with Jim Tofte.
Recap: Monkees Farewell Tour
Dolenz sings Nesmith