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Missing Links, Vol. 2

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Nineteen rare and unreleased tracks that, like the rest of the Monkees' output, ranges from excellent to insufferable, with plenty of mediocre material between. The highlights are the sprightly pop-rocker "All the King's Horses" (a 1966 Mike Nesmith original) and alternate versions of two of the group's best singles, "Words" and "Valleri." These alternate takes aren't exactly better, but they are definitely different and less elaborately produced. Most of the rest is either lightweight 1966 pop/rock or weedy 1968 Mike Nesmith country-rock tunes that foreshadow his solo work; several cuts are alternate versions of songs that were hardly notable efforts in the first place. An exception is the live 1968 recording of the unusually forceful Nesmith original "Circle Sky," which was featured in their movie Head (although a studio version was substituted on the actual soundtrack album). Odds and ends like an instrumental banjo piece by Peter Tork and a Spanish Christmas carol are pleasant but inessential. A thoughtfully compiled CD, it nonetheless really gives this group more respect than they're due by treating these artifacts with such importance.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1965 en Hollywood, CA

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '10s

Formados en principio con el propósito de protagonizar una serie de televisión, the Monkees (Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith y Peter Tork) fueron ideados para aprovechar el éxito inicial de los Beatles, aplicando los aspectos más superficiales de la fórmula Invasión británica con el fin de captar a una audiencia preadolescente. Sin embargo, no estaban faltos de talento musical, y consiguieron algunos éxitos duraderos de estilo pop/rock como "I'm a Believer", "Last Train to Clarksville",...
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