25 Songs, 1 Hour 7 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The sun always seems to be shining whenever a Monkees song is playing. Here are their brightest, most buoyant moments, including the jangly guitars and mop-topped harmonies of “Last Train to Clarksville” and “Pleasant Valley Sunday,” the plaintive piano and Davy Jones’ wistful vocals on lovelorn ballad “Daydream Believer,” and the woozy psychedelia of “Porpoise Song,” from their trippy 1968 movie, Head.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The sun always seems to be shining whenever a Monkees song is playing. Here are their brightest, most buoyant moments, including the jangly guitars and mop-topped harmonies of “Last Train to Clarksville” and “Pleasant Valley Sunday,” the plaintive piano and Davy Jones’ wistful vocals on lovelorn ballad “Daydream Believer,” and the woozy psychedelia of “Porpoise Song,” from their trippy 1968 movie, Head.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
644 Ratings
644 Ratings
GET Inc ,

Buy the original studio albums

I have never bought a 'best of' that didn't result in me purchasing the original studio albums. I bought and listened to the first three Monkees albums, then bought the fourth. I suggest you do the same. More is better.

16 HORSES ,

They weren’t monkeying around with the music

The Monkees were certified pop music as it becomes! Where Daydream Believer or last train to Clarksville One Direction and 5 Seconds Of Summer will never have songs like that!

Inarbec😏 ,

Luv it👍🏽

So great especially when before daydream believer Jones says he’s short and completely ignores his band members 7A!!! 😀

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