Harold Bronson, who along with Richard Foos founded Rhino Records in 1978, has been a longtime supporter of The Monkees. Rhino began releasing Monkees compilations in the early 1980s and eventually moved to reissue the original Monkees albums starting in 1985. The company later acquired the group's music and film library from Columbia Pictures in the early 1990s from Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider. Despite Bronson's absence from the company since the early 2000s, Rhino has continued to treat the Monkees catalog with the utmost respect, issuing numerous box sets, rarities compilations, and more (largely thanks to Andrew Sandoval's involvement with Rhino over the years).
In this 1989 interview with Paris Stachtiaris and John Di Maio on the Headquarters radio program, Bronson speaks about his career in music, Rhino's relationship with The Monkees, tracking down tapes for the Missing Links project, the "Heart and Soul" single/MTV controversy, the sessions for Pool It!, and more.
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