Produced by Chip Douglas, and backed with "White Christmas" that featured a lead vocal by Davy, this single was released on Douglas' own label in 1976. Original orders for the single included this mini-poster seen below.
A big thanks to JD McCutcheon of Monkee45s for sharing!
According to Monkees historian Andrew Sandoval's book, the First National Band did indeed play a concert in Des Moines, Iowa on November 20, 1970. This is apparently a poster or a handbill from the event:
This poster was sent to record stores for display during the fall of 1996, right before the album was issued on October 15.
Isn't this a cool photo? I'm presuming that it was taken in the '60s. And how about that awesome poster of the Birds album hanging on the wall?!?!
This poster promoted two new releases that year: Missing Links, a collection of previously unreleased Monkees songs, and Live 1967, featuring recordings from the band's 1967 summer tour.
This promotional poster advertised the re-release of all nine original Monkees albums, along with the Rhino compilations Monkee Flips (1984) and Monkee Business (1982).
Check out this picture of a roadside billboard advertising Head in Hollywood on the corner of Sunset and Crescent Heights. Andrew Sandoval posted this on the Facebook page for his book a while back.
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