Commercials for Kelloggs products featuring The Monkees (1966). Please visit my website at www.monkeesconcerts.com.
Another Audacity experiment in Mono. It’s a Michael Nesmith track from one of the later Monkees albums.
A video I did up to the mono version of the Monkees song “Valleri” which is on their Birds, Bees And Monkees album. As you can see I used clips from the ep where Peter falls in love with a girl named Valleri who has an uppity boyfriend. This song would’ve been great in that ep but they hadn’t recorded it yet. Still, Forget That Girl was a nice song in that ep. This video is dedicated to the late Tommy Boyce, the late John Lennon and the lateGeorge Harrison. Amen. As always my videos are in tribute to my late husband Mike Harrell. I love you. Amen. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Video is done for fun and not for profit. No copyright infringement intended. All copyrights belong to their owners. “
I didn’t see this song anywhere on here and I wanted to let my friend listen to this so here it is lol! Lyrics: You know my girl just called me up And she woke me from my sleep You should have heard the things she said You know she hurt my feelings deep. I’m gonna buy me a dog [A dog, a dog! Why?] ‘Cause I need a friend now. [Say, you need all the friends you can get] I’m gonna buy me a dog, My girl, my girl, don’t love me no how. She used to bring me my newspaper ‘Cause she knew where it was at. She used to keep me so contented. But I can teach a dog to do that. I’m gonna buy me a dog, ‘Cause I need a friend now I’m gonna buy me a dog, My girl, my girl, don’t love me no how
The Monkees sing in Spanish, a-cappella, a beautiful version of an Old Spanish Christmas Carol, “Ríu, Chíu.” From their TV Christmas special in 1967; arranged and adapted by: H. Diltz, C. Douglas, C. Faryar, J. Yester.