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More of the Monkees [Deluxe Edition][Digital Version]

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Customer Reviews

A Great Album, But Too Many Mistakes

I bought this album a long time ago, and it took me a few months to notice there were mistakes in this album (similar to "Missing Links Vol. 2). For instance, tracks 23 ["Valleri (2006 Remastered First Recorded Version)"] and 26 ["I'll Be Back Up On My Feet (2006 Remastered First Recorded Version)"] are the versions from "The Birds, the Bees, and the Monkees"; Track 4 ["Hold On Girl (2006 Remastered Original Stereo Version)"] plays the same as track 29 ["Hold On Girl (2006 Remastered First Recorded Version)"]. Also, despite the title, track 6 [(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (2006 Remastered Original Stereo Version)"] plays the mono version instead. The rest of this album is pretty much what it should be. If you are like me, and would want to fix the mistakes for your own devices, I suggest picking up from "Missing Links, Vol. 2"

Essential Tracks Here

ESSENTIAL:
I'm A Believer (Diamond) / (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (Boyce-Hart) / Mary, Mary (Nesmith) / Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) (Diamond) / She (Boyce-Hart)
OTHERS:
Your Auntie Grizelda (Keller-Hilderbrand) / Sometime In The Morning (Goffin-King) / The Kind Of Girl I Could Love (Nesmith)

Awesome!

I love this! Great stuff

Biography

Formed: 1965 in Hollywood, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '10s

"Hey hey, we are the Monkees/You know we love to please/A manufactured image/With no philosophies." In 1968, the Monkees addressed their own reputation in the song "Ditty Diego (War Chant)," which summed up the bad rap they'd received in the music press since they first emerged in the summer of 1966. The Monkees were talented singers, musicians, and songwriters who made a handful of the finest pop singles of their day (as well as a few first-rate albums) and delivered exciting, entertaining live...
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