Rhino Records celebrated the release of Michael Nesmith's book, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff, with a compact disc that highlights Michael's musical career. Videoranch also issued a vinyl LP in conjunction with the book. A big thanks to Ben Belmares who provided scans of his copy of the vinyl album!
On April 28, Michael Nesmith appeared with D.A. Wallach in Santa Monica, California at an event sponsored by Live Talks Los Angeles to promote his new book, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff. Here's the official video footage of their discussion:
Last evening, Michael Nesmith appeared in Santa Monica, California at an event sponsored by Live Talks Los Angeles to promote his new book, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff. The session was hosted by D.A. Wallach, and Michael also signed books for attendees. A big thanks to Jeff Gehringer who submitted this report to the Live Almanac:
"What a wonderful evening at the Moss Center. Great to hear intelligent conversation with no mention of Liquid Paper! The extended Monkees family were on hand: Andrew Sandoval, Gary Strobl, Henry Diltz, Christian Nesmith, Circe Link, Rodney Bingenheimer, and John Hughes. I got a laugh from John when I asked him to sign the new Nez CD (he produced the set). Once the evening began, the session was funny and interesting. We loved his candid responses. The stories about getting high in Ojai [while writing the script for Head], asking Hendrix how to play 'Purple Haze,' and John Lennon soliciting Mike's thoughts about an unfinished recording of 'Sgt. Pepper,' were hilarious. The audience of 700 loved it. The book signing went quickly, too. Thanks Mike, for sharing your evening with us. I can't wait to see your next step."
Here's another photo taken while Michael was discussing The Monkees and Jimi Hendrix:
Live Talks Los Angeles has posted a gallery of photos from the event on their Facebook page (click the image below to visit):
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In a message posted today on Facebook, Michael talked about the audio version of Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff:
The book is indeed available to download at Penguin Random House and Audible. Listen to a sample below:
UPDATED 9/18/2017 @ 5pm EST
Michael Nesmith's book, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff, is now officially available! There are a variety of options when purchasing, including hardback and Kindle editions, at iTunes, and an audio download via Penguin Random House and Audible. Michael has previously published two novels: The Long Sandy Hair of Neftoon Zamora (1998) and The America Gene (2009).
Advance praise for Infinite Tuesday has poured in, with both the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post delivering positive reviews. This past weekend, NPR aired an exclusive interview with Nez, and on April 27, he will appear in Santa Monica, California to discuss the book.
Stay tuned for further announcements and other engagements related to Michael's new work, and click on the image below to browse the archives of the Live Almanac for all things Infinite Tuesday!
There's just a couple more days remaining until Michael Nesmith's much-anticipated memoir, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff, arrives on April 18, 2017. A companion compact disc from Rhino Records, however, is out today and is also downloadable on iTunes.
Michael Nesmith's upcoming book, Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff, will be released on April 18, 2017. Previously announced was a companion compact disc from Rhino Records highlighting various parts of Michael's musical career. And now, Videoranch has alerted fans that a vinyl LP will also be issued in conjunction with the book. Pre-orders are being accepted.
Here's the message posted over at Videoranch:
Nez put together a compilation of songs on vinyl as a soundtrack to his book Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff. The songs chosen range from various parts of his career, spanning from The First National Band to Rays. These songs represent key points in his career; Silver Moon is from his second album with The First National Band, which he formed after The Monkees; Rio was the first visual media of its kind when it was made; the songs Cruisin' and Light were made into visual media for the show PopClips, the predecessor to MTV; Rays is an exploration of various genres including elements of swing, jazz, and funk.
The tracks include:
1. Rio (From a Radio Engine to the Photon Wing)
2. Some of Shelly's Blues (Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash)
3. Light (Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma)
4. Silver Moon (Loose Salute)
5. Papa Gene's Blues (The Monkees)
6. Cruisin' (Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma)
7. The Girl I Knew Somewhere (Headquarters)
8. Listen to the Band (Single Version)
9. Rays (Rays)
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