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The Monkees - Listen To The Band (Box Set) (Disc 4)

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Publisher: Rhino Records
Reference :R2 70566
Date :1991
Made In :
Quality :Soundboard
Booklet & packaging :LP-size booklet with rare photos and track-by-track notes including comments from each of the Monkees and from other musicians and producers.
Total duration: 42:54

Comments
Out of print box set.

LISTEN TO THE BAND was released to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Monkees' first recordings. Nearly half of the 80 songs appeared here on CD for the first time, and four tracks were previously unreleased in any form.

The liner notes are presented here only slightly edited (minus commentary by the Monkees and others).

In 2001, Rhino revamped this box set, pulled a lot of the songs and added others. It was renamed MUSIC BOX. The original version, LISTEN TO THE BAND has been out of print since 2001.

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Listen To The Band(Nesmith)
2:28
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1969 Stereo Single Edit
1 Jun 1968
The Monkees
Produced by Michael Nesmith

Vocal - Michael Nesmith
Electric Guitar - Wayne Moss
Guitar - Harold Bradley, Billy Sanford
Steel Guitar - Lloyd Green
Fiddle - Buddy Spicher
Banjo - Robert Thompson
Organ - Michael Rubini
Piano - David Briggs
Bass - Norbert Putnam
Drums - Jerry Carrigan
Horns - Bud Brisbois, Marion Childers, John Kitzmiller, Don McGinnis, Richard Nash, Michael Saluzzi, Ray Triscari
Bass Harmonica - unknown

Originally released as the B-side to Someday Man single, but due to an enthusiastic response, it became the A-side. Another session was held for brass overdubs to this song on Dec 9, 1969.

The single master is the same as the 1968 stereo master, but the breakdown section is shorter (14 seconds) with wide stereo panning. The organ moves left to right as it crossfades with the backing track. Then it swicthes back to the stereo master.

US ORIGINAL VINYL SINGLES · Colgems 5004 / April 1969
GREATEST HITS · US CD / Rhino R2 72190 / October 1995
HERE THEY COME...THE GREATEST HITS OF THE MONKEES · EU CD / Telestar 9548-35218-2 / 1997
THE VERY BEST OF THE MONKEES · EU 2CD / Bellaphon / 1998
ANTHOLOGY · US 2CD / Rhino R2-75269 / April 1998
THE DEFINITIVE MONKEES · UK 2CD / WSM 8573-86692-2 / 2001
DAYDREAM BELIEVER - THE COLLECTION · UK CD / WSM 5101-10415-2 / 2005
THE MONKEES PRESENT · US 3CD / Rhino Handmade RHM2-535908 / August 2013
"Listen To The Band" was an intense, horn driven country rocker. While not the tremendous success that was hoped, it stands out as one of The Monkees last great stab at creativity. Nesmith would later re-record this song in his solo career giving it more of a country flavor.
2.
Someday Man(Nichols/Williams)
2:39
Song
Version validated
Lyrics available
Version details available
Regular
1969 Stereo Single Master
7 Nov 1968
The Monkees
Produced by Jeff Barry
Engineered by Ray Hall

Vocal - Davy Jones
Guitar - Don Addrisi, Michael Deasy, Tommy Tedesco
Bass - Joe Osborne
Keyboards - Larry Knechtel, Jimmy Rowles
Drums - Hal Blaine
Trumpet - Conte Candoli, Marion Childers, Lloyd Luhman
Trombone - Bob Edmondson, Louis McCreary
French Horn - Jim Decker, Vincent DeRosa, William Hinshaw, Richard Perissi

US ORIGINAL VINYL SINGLES · Colgems 5004 / April 1969
THE MONKEES · US 2LP / Laurie House 8009/RCA Special Products 2-0188 / June 1976
MONKEEMANIA · AUS 2LP / Arista MONK-1 / 1979
MONKEEMANIA · NZ 2LP / Arista VPL2-7545 / 1979
MONKEE BUSINESS / first pressing · US LP / Rhino 701 / November 1982
GOLDEN STORY · JPN 2LP / Arista 175R-129-130 / 1980
THE MONKEES · UK 2LP / Arista DARTY 12 / 1981
20 SMASH HITS · GER LP / Platinum Music PLAT 005 / 1984
20 SMASH HITS · GER CD / Platinum Music PLAT CD 005 / 1984
BY REQUEST · JPN 3CD / Arista B18D-51001-03 / 1989
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
INSTANT REPLAY · US CD / Rhino R2 71796 / January 1995
HERE THEY COME...THE GREATEST HITS OF THE MONKEES · EU CD / Telestar 9548-35218-2 / 1997
I'M A BELIEVER AND OTHER HITS · US CD / Flashback R2-72883 / July 1997
20 GREATEST HITS · BEL CD / Audiophile Legends APH 102.811 / 1999
MUSIC BOX · US 4CD / Rhino R2 76706 / February 2001
THE PLATINUM COLLECTION VOL. 2 · UK CD / Warner 8122-73338-2 / 2005
I'M A BELIEVER - THE BEST OF THE MONKEES · UK 2CD / Music Club Deluxe MCDLX074 / 2007
HERE WE COME...THE ULTIMATE ANTHOLOGY · US 3CD / Readers Digest Music OPCD-8314 / 2008
INSTANT REPLAY · US 3CD / Rhino Handmade RHM2 528791 / November 2011
MONKEEMANIA - THE VERY BEST OF THE MONKEES · UK 2CD / Rhino 8122-79768-8 / 2011
"Someday Man" was initially the A-side of the single that featured "Listen To The Band" but the response to "Listen To The Band" was so positive that the sides were reversed midway through its release. In the end, both "Someday Man" and "Listen To The Band" bottomed out in the charts, but this had no bearing on their quality.
3.
Good Clean Fun(Nesmith)
2:19
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1991 Stereo Remix
1 Jun 1968
The Monkees
Produced by Michael Nesmith

Vocal - Michael Nesmith
Electric Guitar - Wayne Moss
Guitar - Harold Bradley, Billy Sanford
Steel Guitar - Lloyd Green
Fiddle - Buddy Spicher
Banjo - Robert Thompson
Piano - David Briggs
Bass - Norbert Putnam
Drums - Jerry Carrigan

This song was recorded during the Instant Replay sessions. It was released as a single (A-side)

LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
20 GREATEST HITS · BEL CD / Audiophile Legends APH 102.811 / 1999
After the positive response "Listen To The Band" recieved, another Nashville Nesmith track was pulled as the next single. "Good Clean Fun" was even more country influenced and perhaps even less accessible. With no mention of the songs title anywhere, it was impossible to call in and request it for the radio and ever harder to ask for it by name in a record store. Needless to say, it was not a big seller.
4.
Mommy And Daddy(Dolenz)
2:14
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1969 Alternate Stereo Mix 3 (Revised Lyrics)
1 Aug 1968
The Monkees
Produced by Micky Dolenz

Vocals - Micky Dolenz
Piano - Michael Rubini
Horns - Bud Brisbois, Marion Childers, John Kitzmiller, Don McGinnis, Richard Nash, Michael Saluzzi, Ray Triscari
unknown - Pat Coughlan, Don Demieri
Guitar, Bass & Drums - unknown

One of Micky's most interesting songs with very socially and politically provocative lyrics. However, Micky was forced to later recut the song with tamer lyrics. The tamer version was released on the same album originally.

This is a vintage alternate mix which is often used in the CD catalog (using the revised 'album lyrics').
The fadeout is much less gradual than the original album mix, and you can hear a few more seconds of the song. Mixed on 7/10/69

LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
THE MONKEES PRESENT · US CD / Rhino R2 71797 / November 1994
MUSIC BOX · US 4CD / Rhino R2 76706 / February 2001
THE WORKS - A 3 CD RETROSPECTIVE · UK 3CD / Rhino 8122-79949-1 / September 2007
MONKEEMANIA - THE VERY BEST OF THE MONKEES · UK 2CD / Rhino 8122-79768-8 / 2011
Nesmith was truely outdone by Dolenz on this, the B-side of "Good Clean Fun". In it, Dolenz poses several questions that he would like his pre-teen audience to ask their mommy and daddy., including what happened to the American Indians and why people take pills. Incredibly, this is the tame version. In Dolenz's original, which he was not allowed to release, he asked "Who really shot JFK?" and "Do your mommy and daddy get off on all their little pills?" before concluding that "Your mommy and daddy are living a lie".
5.
Looking For The Good Times(Boyce/Hart)
2:04
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1991 Stereo Remix
26 Oct 1968
The Monkees
Produced by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart

Lead Vocal - Davy Jones
Backing Vocal - Micky Dolenz
Guitar - Tommy Boyce, Wayne Erwin, Gerry McGee, Louie Shelton
Organ - Bobby Hart
Bass - Larry Taylor
Drums - Billy Lewis
Percussion - Gene Estes, David Walters

Recorded in 1966 for the More Of The Monkees album, this song sat unreleased for three years until it appeared on The Monkees Present.

This mix is exclusive to the Listen To The Band box set.

LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
THE MONKEES PRESENT followed an idea to allow each band member to create a side's worth of music in a double album. This concept was watered down, resulting in a single album released on October 11, 1969. A few outtakes from the earlier records were included, such as "Looking For The Good Times", taken from the MORE OF THE MONKEES sessions. Although this track does not follow the concept, it was not an issue.
6.
Some Of Shelly's Blues(Nesmith)
2:32
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Originally Unreleased
1989 Stereo Mix
29 May 1968
The Monkees
Produced by Michael Nesmith and Felton Jarvis
Engineered by Bill Vandevort

Vocal - Michael Nesmith
Electric Guitar - Billy Sanford
Bass - Bobby Dyson
Drums - Willie Ackerman
Piano - Larry Butler
Steel Guitar - Lloyd Green
Banjo - Sonny Osborn

Nesmith would later re-cut this song and release it on a solo album.

MISSING LINKS VOLUME 2 · US CD / Rhino R2 70903 / January 1990
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
Another one of Nesmith's worthy Nashville tracks that was never originally released. The song was released through cover versions by The Stone Ponys (with Linda Ronstadt) and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Nesmith also cut it on his own in the '70s, but the song dated back to even before The Monkees.
7.
Steam Engine(Douglas)
2:38
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Originally Unreleased
1991 Stereo Mix
12 May 1969
The Monkees
Produced by Chip Douglas
Engineered by Eddie Brackett

Vocal - Micky Dolenz
Guitar - Clarence White
Bass - Lyle Ritz
Drums - Jim Gordon
Pedal Steel - Red Rhodes

This song probably came very close to being released originally, as it was overdubbed onto one of The Monkees TV episodes in 1969. It would be 10 years later before it was released on any official album. One more session would be necessary to complete the song (July 8, 1969).

This mix is exclusive to the Listen To The Band box set.
It includes the vocal track from the 1969 alternate mono mix. The TV show vocal has never appeared in stereo.

LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
As 1969 drew to a close, The Monkees decreased in number once again. Michael Nesmith left to start The First National Band. Meanwhile, CBS had began running the TV series all over again on Saturday mornings with phenomenal results. With a whole new audience, Dolenz and Jones began redubbing the show's soundtracks with newer material to update their image, as well as to promote their new records. "Steam Engine",one of their new songs, was dubbed into the episodes but it was never released. This track makes its' first stereo appearance anywhere in this collection.
8.
Oh My My(Barry/Kim)
3:01
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1970 Stereo Album / Single Master
5 Feb 1970
The Monkees
Produced by Jeff Barry
Engineered by Mike Moran

"Oh My My"/"I Love You Better" became the group's twelfth single, and the last to use the name The Monkees.

US ORIGINAL VINYL SINGLES · Colgems 5011 / April 1970
CHANGES · US LP / Colgems COS-119 / May 1970
THE MONKEES · US 2LP / Laurie House 8009/RCA Special Products 2-0188 / June 1976
MONKEEMANIA · AUS 2LP / Arista MONK-1 / 1979
MONKEEMANIA · NZ 2LP / Arista VPL2-7545 / 1979
GOLDEN STORY · JPN 2LP / Arista 175R-129-130 / 1980
MONKEE FLIPS - first pressing · US LP / Rhino 113 / February 1984
MONKEE FLIPS / second pressing · US LP / Rhino 113 / 1986
CHANGES · US LP / Rhino 70148 / September 1986
BY REQUEST · JPN 3CD / Arista B18D-51001-03 / 1989
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
CHANGES · US CD / Rhino R2 71798 / September 1994
DAYDREAM BELIEVER AND OTHER HITS · US CD / Flashback R2-75242 / March 1998
ANTHOLOGY · US 2CD / Rhino R2-75269 / April 1998
20 GREATEST HITS · BEL CD / Audiophile Legends APH 102.811 / 1999
MUSIC BOX · US 4CD / Rhino R2 76706 / February 2001
THE WORKS - A 3 CD RETROSPECTIVE · UK 3CD / Rhino 8122-79949-1 / September 2007
HERE WE COME...THE ULTIMATE ANTHOLOGY · US 3CD / Readers Digest Music OPCD-8314 / 2008
CHANGES · US CD / Friday Music FRM 119 / May 2011
MONKEEMANIA - THE VERY BEST OF THE MONKEES · UK 2CD / Rhino 8122-79768-8 / 2011
CHANGES · 192kHz/24bit download / HDTracks / May 2013
Micky and Davy's first single as a duo, was also their last. For the single and album CHANGES, Screen Gems paired them again with producer Jeff Barry, but their was no exceptional outcome like in the past. The results were not awful, just uninspired. Micky made a promotional film to accompany the release of "Oh My My". The film was shot in and around Westlake Village, California and featured Dolenz and Jones riding horses and motorcycles.
9.
I Love You Better(Barry/Kim)
2:29
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1970 Stereo Album / Single Master
5 Feb 1970
The Monkees
Produced by Jeff Barry
Engineered by Mike Moran

Vocal - Micky Dolenz
Guitar - Hugh McCracken
Bass - Gary Chester
Drums - Robin McNamara
unknown - Steve Soles, Ned Albright, Bobby Bloom, Andy Kim

Also used on the original Colgems single, #5011 (April 1970)

US ORIGINAL VINYL SINGLES · Colgems 5011 / April 1970
CHANGES · US LP / Colgems COS-119 / May 1970
MONKEE FLIPS - first pressing · US LP / Rhino 113 / February 1984 · missing opening drum beat
MONKEE FLIPS / second pressing · US LP / Rhino 113 / 1986 · missing opening drum beat
CHANGES · US LP / Rhino 70148 / September 1986
BY REQUEST · JPN 3CD / Arista B18D-51001-03 / 1989
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
CHANGES · US CD / Rhino R2 71798 / September 1994
MUSIC BOX · US 4CD / Rhino R2 76706 / February 2001
CHANGES · US CD / Friday Music FRM 119 / May 2011
CHANGES · 192kHz/24bit download / HDTracks / May 2013
"I Love You Better" was the flip to "Oh My My" and did not chart. The album CHANGES didn't chart either (until it was reissued during the Monkees resurgence of 1986 and 1987) and it was originally only issued in the U.S., Africa and Japan. A live album of the band's 1969 tour was recorded and planned as a follow-up, but the low sales of CHANGES prevented its release. After eight small club dates in the U.S., The Monkees were no more.
10.
Do It In The Name Of Love(Bloom/Goldberg)
2:09
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1991 Stereo Remix
22 Sep 1971
The Monkees
Produced by Jeff Barry

Lead Vocal - Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones
session personnel unknown

This mix is exclusive to the Listen To The Band box set.

LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
Colgems records dissolved into Bell Records by the early '70s. Bell was "the" bubblegum label at this point and had minor success with a few singles by Davy Jones. In September of 1970, Bell asked Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones to record one more single together. Unlike the songs of CHANGES, which were primarily solo efforts, "Do It In The Name Of Love" features both Micky and Davy on vocals. A Monkees track in spirit more than actuality, this single has never been issued on any album before.
11.
That Was Then, This Is Now(Brescia)
4:03
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1986 Stereo Album Master
30 May 1986
The Monkees
Produced by Michael LLoyd

Vocal - Micky Dolenz
Backing Vocal - Peter Tork
Backing Vocal & Synthesizer - Michael Lloyd
Electric Guitar - Laurence Juber
Piano - Jim Cox
Bass - Dennis Belfield, Dean Parks
Drums - Paul Leim

Credited to "Micky Dolenz & Peter Tork (of The Monkees)"
This song was ralso released as a single. The single mix runs about 15 seconds shorter.
This song had been previously released by The Mosquitos in 1985.

Arista single #AS1-9505, June 1986
THEN & NOW... THE BEST OF THE MONKEES · US CD / Arista A2CD 8432 / July 1986
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
GREATEST HITS · US CD / Rhino R2 72190 / October 1995
MUSIC BOX · US 4CD / Rhino R2 76706 / February 2001
THE WORKS - A 3 CD RETROSPECTIVE · UK 3CD / Rhino 8122-79949-1 / September 2007
In February 1986, MTV re-aired The Monkees in a marathon back-to-back screening. This spurred one of the most amazing comebacks, ever. The world suddenly became preoccupied with The Monkees 20th anniversary. The Monkees planned a tour and Arista, which owned the rights to their recordings, decided to issue a commemorative album with three new tracks. Originally cut by East Coast band The Mosquitos in 1985, The Monkees "That Was Then, This Is Now" charted in the Top 20, their first showing in this region since "D. W. Washburn" 18 years earlier.
12.
Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere(Hart/Eastman)
3:57
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1986 Stereo Album Master
30 May 1986
The Monkees
Produced by Michael LLoyd

Lead Vocal - Micky Dolenz
Backing Vocal - Peter Tork
Backing Vocal & Synthesizer - Michael Lloyd
Guitar - Lawrence Juber
Bass - Dean Parks, Dennis Belfield
Drums - Paul Leim
Piano - Jim Cox

Arista Records (formerly Bell, formerly Colgems), who owned The Monkees' released recordings, was planning a compilation album. Knowing that the group was reuniting for a tour, they asked the group to record some new songs with producer Michael Lloyd, who had worked with Micky during the early '70s as Starship. Davy was not interested in simply adding vocals to prewritten and recorded tracks, so Micky and Peter were the only two to take part.

THEN & NOW... THE BEST OF THE MONKEES · US CD / Arista A2CD 8432 / July 1986
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
After "That Was Then" became a hit, another single was quickly planned. "Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere" was to be issued as a dance-remix. Arista changed their plans and decided to reissue "Daydream Believer" in a modern remix instead.
13.
Heart And Soul(Howell/Byrne)
3:55
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1987 Stereo Album Master
22 May 1987
The Monkees
Produced by Roger Bechirian

Vocal - Micky Dolenz
Backing Vocal - Matt Harris
Electric Guitar - Mark Christian
Keyboards - Mike Egizi
Bass - George Hawkins
Drums - Curly Smith

POOL IT! · US CD / Rhino RNCD 70706 / August 1987
THE WORKS - A 3 CD RETROSPECTIVE · UK 3CD / Rhino 8122-79949-1 / September 2007
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
MUSIC BOX · US 4CD / Rhino R2 76706 / February 2001
POOL IT! - THE DELUXE EDITION · US CD / Friday Music FRM-70706 / April 2012
With the tour and anniversary album a great success, The Monkees decided to record an album of all new material in 1987. They signed with Rhino, who had reissued their entire catalog over the previous years. The resulting album was POOL IT!. Unfortunately, MTV chose not to show the song's accompanying video (although it recieved Top 10 requests). Even without this exposure, "Heart And Soul" reached the singles charts, but not with the success that was hoped.
14.
Gettin' In(Tork)
3:02
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1987 Stereo Album Master
1987
The Monkees
Produced by Roger Bechirian

Vocal & Guitar - Peter Tork
Synthesizer - Mike Egizi, Roger Bechirian

Peter Tork would later re-cut this song for his solo album in 1994.

POOL IT! · US CD / Rhino RNCD 70706 / August 1987
LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
POOL IT! - THE DELUXE EDITION · US CD / Friday Music FRM-70706 / April 2012
Another problem with POOL IT! was the limited time The Monkees had to spend on recording. Although they were busy planning a tour at the same time, Peter and Davy did take the time to write new compositions for the album; "Gettin' In" was Tork's new song.
15.
Every Step Of The Way(Hunter/Clarke)
3:12
Song
Version validated
Version details available
Regular
1991 Stereo MIx
1987
The Monkees
Produced by Roger Bechirian

Vocal - Davy Jones
Backing Vocal - Matt Harris
Guitar - Mark Christian
Keyboards - Craig Ostbo, Mike Egizi
Bass - Davey Faragher, George Hawkins
Drums - Curly Smith
Percussion - Roger Bechirian
Saxophone - Jim Thompson

This song comes from the Pool It! cd. It was given a remix and released as the second single from that album. The single mix runs about 8 seconds shorter than the album version.
This alternate 1991 mix features an extra vocal interlude by Davy Jones. It is exclusive to the "Listen To The Band" box set.

LISTEN TO THE BAND · US 4CD / Rhino R 70566 / October 1991
Rhino and The Monkees gave POOL IT! one more big chance with the single "Every Step Of The Way". Despite its obvious chart potential, this too got the short shrift from MTV, and The Monkees have not released a single since.
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Reviews

Review by: fillapillowgOn 26 Jul 2005 at 17:53 CEST
If there was ever a time when someone asked you if THE MONKEES ever put out a bible, THIS IS IT!
The amount of songs and the 12"x12" booklet is overwhelming!
Far greater than all ARTISTA and off-shoot labels' greatest hits packages combined! Neon psychedelic colors, rare photos of the guys in the studio, info on the reclusive studio drummer FAST EDDIE HOH! What more could you ask for?
These Monkees know how to fling their manure your way!!!


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Filename: r2-70566-4
Originally filled by: Rob G.
Date of creation: 25 Mar 2005 18:44:27
Last filled by: Rob G.
Last Revision Date : 20 Nov 2014 17:52:00
Online on : 26 Mar 2005
Type of media: Official CD


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