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The Monkees - Mobile, Alabama

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Scan submitted/created by [perci96]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Moonlight
Reference :ML 9622
Date :1996
Made In :
Quality :Excellent
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration:

Comments


Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Last Train To Clarksville(Boyce/Hart)
5:09
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
2.
You Just May Be The One(Nesmith)
2:08
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
3.
The Girl I Knew Somewhere(Nesmith)
3:08
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
4.
I Wanna Be Free(Boyce/Hart)
3:49
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
5.
Sunny Girlfriend(Nesmith)
2:26
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
6.
Your Auntie Grizelda(Keller/Hildebrand)
2:53
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
7.
Forget That Girl(Farthing/Hatlelid)
2:55
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
8.
Sweet Young Thing(Nesmith/Goffin/King)
2:29
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
9.
Mary, Mary(Nesmith)
6:08
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
10.
Cripple Creek(Trad.)
2:49
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
11.
You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover(Dixon)
4:54
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
12.
Gonna Build A Mountain(Bricusse/Newley)
4:26
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
13.
I Got A Woman(Charles/Richards)
4:22
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
14.
I'm A Believer(Diamond)
2:35
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
15.
Randy Scouse Git(Dolenz)
3:05
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
Has a reference to The Beatles: "The Four Kings Of EMI Are Sitting Stately On The Floor"
16.
(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone(Boyce/Hart)
4:43
Song
Concert
Mobile
12 Aug 1967
The Monkees
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
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Book chapter Book chapter
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Reviews

Review by: dasjrOn 13 Apr 2003 at 23:24 CET
This material appears in a vastly upgraded form as Disc One of Rhino Handmade's "Summer 1967: The Complete Concert Recordings", a 4-disc set of all their soundboard recordings from their Summer tour (with each concert using the same set list). The Mobile concert was made as a mono reference recording, so it's not as balanced as a finished release. Not bad though, but this lesser-fidelity bootleg copy (of a copy) of the tape is no longer essential.

So, if you only get one live Monkees CD, but don't want the "Summer 1967" (which is, honestly, for completists), get Rhino's "Live 1967", which uses highlights of the latter three recorded concerts (which were taped in stereo) to create a best-case representation of their entire set list from the tour. In other words, it's a complete show, but better.
Review by: fillapillowgOn 06 May 2004 at 19:52 CET
Great cover art taken from an old MONKEES single. The first release of this show which was later cleaned up and issued on the Rhinohandmade box set. I believe all stage banter is the same on both releases and the running order is also the same.
Review by: aldejerphOn 01 Jul 2004 at 09:42 CET
Very nice cd. Not credited on the artwork is a (short) performance of the Beatles' "Sgt Pepper's lonely hearts club band".
Also please note that this concert has since been officialy released by Rhino Handmade in mono. This bootleg is available in glorious stereo.
Review by: mojofilterOn 26 Nov 2004 at 07:40 CET
The stereo the previous reviewer refers to is a phony simulated stereo mix.....this is not a multi track recording. It is a 2-track Mono reel to reel tape made off the mixing console (which would be mixing mono, esp in 1967, p.a. systems werent that sophisticated) as reference for the recording crews who would be taping the following shows on multi-track machines (which are run seperately from the front of house mixing console, which is what the audience hears) so that mixing could be done in stereo at a later date in a recording studio enviroment. avoid this disc. opt for the rhino summer 1967 box


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Filename: ML-9622
Originally filled by: PJWA
Date of creation: 19 Nov 2002 16:50:08
Last filled by: PJWA
Last Revision Date : 19 Nov 2002 17:13:43
Online on : 19 Nov 2002
Type of media: Bootleg CD


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