A documentary following 4 people who auditioned for but did not get, parts on The Monkees. One auditionee of not is Bryan Maclean who went on to have success with Love and wrote Alone Again Or, which was covered by The Damned
Rare 1976 appearance for the the guys that sang em and the guys that wrote em! They play some Monkees tunes and they sound GREAT on an acoustic guitar with their excellent harmonies. And who would have thought we’d ever see Micky and Davy take part in a spelling bee?2
This concert in Los Angeles on July 9, 1989 found the original quartet playing an extended set together for the first time since late 1968. Mike Nesmith had joined the reunited trio once before since the Monkees revival had begun in 1986, but only for the two song encore performance at the Greek Theatre in 1986. In this audience recording clip from the show, the band performs “Steppin’ Stone” and “Daydream Believer.” (Photo by Michael G. Bush) Please visit my website at www.monkeesconcerts.com.
A great video of Davy doing a rare performance in the UK in 1993 in front of 100 fans. this is a great quality video and shows just what a superb entertainer Davy was. This concert was arranged by the UK fan club organiser Kirk White.
Davy pops up and sings Daydream Believer on UK TV January 14th 1984
The Monkees, now reduced to a trio after Peter Tork’s departure, appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson on Read more
The Monkees perform at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, MS on July 19, 1987. Portions of the following Read more
The Monkees were guests on the Today show’s Summer Concert Series on August 22, 1997. The band was promoting their Read more
The Monkees were promoting their 2001 summer tour during this May 29, 2001 appearance. In this clip, the band performs Read more
The Monkees perform “Daydream Believer” on Nashville Now on August 15, 1989. Please visit my website at www.monkeesconcerts.com.
The Monkees perform “Daydream Believer” in (I believe) Hyannis, Massachusetts on August 13, 1989. Please visit my website at www.monkeesconcerts.com.
The Monkees – Daydream Believer Lyrics My 1st Pinnacle video! Horray! Lyrics: Oh I could hide ‘neath the wings of the bluebird as she sings The six o’clock alarm would never ring But it rings and I rise, wipe the sleep out of my eyes My shaving razor’s cold and it stings CHORUS Cheer up, sleepy Jean, oh what can it mean To a daydream believer and a homecoming queen? You once thought of me as a white knight on a steed Now you know how happy I can be Oh, and our good time starts and ends With a dollar one to spend But how much baby do we really need? Repeat CHORUS twice Repeat CHORUS twice again. Comment, Rate and Subscribe Check out my YouTube channel at: www.youtube.com Thank You and Enjoy!
Very good and funny
This Was A Big Hit For The Monkeeys
Ever wish songs just sang what was happening in the music video? Well now they do, in my first-ever continuation of Dusto McNeato’s “literal video” concept! Lyrics/singing: DASjr 2/28/09 Featured on POPTUB 3/27/09: www.youtube.com Aired on ABC’s “Nightline”!!! 08/18/09: abcnews.go.com
Here’s the clear tv version of Daydream Believer, enjoy.
Need more music in your life? Download Music 100% **FREE** and 100% Legal with no restrictions by clicking the link in the description box below. Its like Napster, but LEGAL! and the link reads: download-mp3-4free.info “Daydream Believer” is a song composed by John Stewart. The song has been done by The Monkees and released in 1967 on the B side of Going Down. The song has been covered also by The Birds and The Bees. The song by the Monkees went to number 1 but was over taken by The Beatles’ Hello Goodbye. Davy Jones is the lead singer and the song (this version) is most recognised by it’s humourous beginning: Chip Douglas: “7A” (referring to the take of the song) Davy Jones: “What number is this, Chip?” Chip Douglas and others (annoyed): “7A!” Davy Jones: “Okay. I mean, don’t get excited, man. Just ’cause I’m short, I know.”