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TippTee's Fanfic Library|
Monkees fan fiction. The Time Machine and the Beat Goes On series.
Teresa's Monkees Photo Gallery|
Fan page with concert and memorabilia information, photos and links.
The Monkees Home Page|
Official Site. Includes information, biographies, TV show information, and pictures.
Squeaker's Monkee Luv Page|
The Tapioca Tundra has such features as Monkees pictures and skits.
My Monkees Domain|
Collection of great band and solo pictures and links
The Monkees Music Vault|
Complete Monkees discography with information on foreign releases too
The Monkees Global Discography|
Complete discography with pictures and values for Monkees records.
Mr. Zero's Monkees Page|
Monkees records price guides, band information, rare stuff and interviews.
The Monkees Fan Page|
Band member pictures and brief biographies from a Monkees fan.
DarkStar's Home Page|
A collection of Monkees fan fiction and information on an online Monkees newsletter
Monkees Fan Domain Web Ring|
This webring created by Shamrock is designed to house sites dedicated to the Monkees.
Changes (Audio CD),20 September, 1994|
List price $11.98
Now listen just a minute while I sing this song. / 2
This was the last, and least, album of the Monkees original run. It was (mostly) recorded in early 1970, with only Micky and Davy participating. Three of the tracks on the album are from previous recording sessions. "99 Pounds" is a leftover from the "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" recording sessions. "Midnight Train" is a Micky Dolenz produced song left over from The Monkees Present. And "I Never Thought It Peculiar" is a Boyce/Hart production left over from More of the Monkees (with overdubs added three years later). Most of the songs on the album are, to be honest, pretty forgettable. The flop single, "Oh My My", and it's b-side, "I Love You Better", are the only good songs from the early 1970 sessions. "99 Pounds" is a fun, energetic song. And "Midnight Train" is good. The less said about the rest of the album, the better. The CD adds three bonus tracks (the least bonus tracks of any Rhino released original Monkees album on CD). "Time and Time Again" is a dull Davy Jones song from late 1969. The other two songs are the a-side and b-side of a single from 1971 that was credited to "Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones", instead of the Monkees. These songs are mostly notable for being the first duets that Micky and Davy ever recorded together. "Do It In the Name of Love" is a decent song, "Lady Jane" is not. This CD is mostly for Monkees fans that need to have everything that the group ever recorded.
The Monkees Review - The Monkees Rating - TV.com|
The Monkees Review - TV.com is your source for The Monkees ratings and information.
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Review: The Monkees, Justus -Daniel Aloi|
The credits say "Produced by The Monkees," but Nesmith ultimately had the role of
... It's also great fun to pick out the individual Monkees' voices and ...
The Monkees News: Review: The Monkees at the Fillmore Auditorium ...|
The Monkees News: Review: The Monkees at the Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco.
'Music and Lyrics' (Calendarlive.com)
Romantic comedies may have fallen on hard times, but 'Music and Lyrics' satisfies. When he vocalizes in the charming "Music and Lyrics," Hugh Grant sounds like Davy Jones of the Monkees relocated to the '80s, somewhere in the vicinity of Wham.
Fame worthy events slated for weekend (Asbury Park Press)
Last week I had the opportunity to sit down with actor Matthew Fox in the lobby of the Chateau Marmot in Beverly Hills and talk about his hit TV drama, LOST, which airs Wednesday nights on ABC. What follows is an abridged version of our chat:
Childhood Cancer Combatted During St. Baldrick's Day (Westport-News)
2 1/2-year-old son to Westport-based Willows Pediatrics two years ago, she had no idea that the appointment would be life-changing. "Brent seemed a little bit off when I took him to our pediatrician, Dr. Jeffrey Owens," McCreesh told the Westport News. "He was listless and had a mild fever.
The Wrecking Crew (American Heritage)
Was Hal Blaine one of your favorite musicians back in the 1960s? How about Larry Knechtel? Carol Kaye? Oh yes they were.
Formula works (Chicago Tribune)
In this romantic comedy, second collaboration proves the charm When he sings in the charming "Music and Lyrics," Hugh Grant sounds like Davy Jones of The Monkees relocated to the '80s, somewhere in the vicinity of Wham.
Celtic close in on title as monkey business continues at Hearts (AFP via Yaho...
Shunsuke Nakamura produced another virtuoso display as Celtic moved to within three victories of their 41st Scottish title with a 2-1 win over third-placed Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Singing pop music s praises (Newsday)
FAKING IT: The Quest for Authenticity in Popular Music , by Hugh Barker and Yuval Taylor. Norton, 375 pp., $25.95.
Music Review: The Gories - I Know You Fine But How You Doin' (Blogcritics.org)
One of the great (and lesser known) musical travesties is that The Gories ? the best bass-less garage band to ever come out of Detroit and maybe anywhere ? have been critically buried by a clownish, image-obsessed, meticulously-managed duo who mainly sound like a neutered Led Zeppelin. They also eschew the bass-guitar and have a girl drummer. I will not name them, but you must know which ...
`Music and Lyrics' tunes up the romantic comedy genre (Chicago Tribune)
`Music and Lyrics' (star)(star)(star) The following is a capsule review of Tribune movie critic Michael Phillips' review of "Music and Lyrics," which ran in Wednesday's Tempo section.
Fort Pierce tunes up for Jazz Week (The Palm Beach Post)
The Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society begins "Jazz Week" on Monday with lunchtime Brown Bag Concerts outdoors at the Fort Pierce Library on Melody Lane and Orange Avenue downtown. The free concerts are from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each week day, and boxed lunches are for sale for $7 if you forget your sandwich.
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