Scene from the Monkees episode ‘The Devil & Peter Tork’
Scene from the Monkees Pilot episode ‘Here Come The Monkees’
Davy Jones of The Monkees sits down with Bill O’Reilly on The O’Reilly Factor to discuss Jann Wenner and the Rock and Rock Hall of Fame Contraversy.
The Monkees theme for their pilot episode. It was sung by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart though, just this once. Please sign the petition to induct the Monkees into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame! www.petitiononline.com
Yeah, the video explains it all. Hannah dedicated her channel to The Monkees and The Beatles! I get to check out more of their stuff. www.youtube.com Here are two for you to see that I love… I’m a Believer www.youtube.com Last Train To Clarksville www.youtube.com Another channel posted this one. Saturday’s Child is one of my all-time fave Monkees songs… www.youtube.com I was going to include Monkees tunes but due to copyright jargon I decided not to. Here are the complete theme song lyrics, though. w00t! Theme from The Monkees By Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart Here we come, walkin’ Down the street. We get the funniest looks from Ev’ry one we meet. Hey, hey, we’re the Monkees And people say we monkey around. But we’re too busy singing To put anybody down. We go wherever we want to, do what we like to do We don’t have time to get restless, There’s always something new. Hey, hey, we’re the Monkees And people say we monkey around. But we’re too busy singing To put anybody down. We’re just tryin’ to be friendly, Come and watch us sing and play, We’re the young gneration, And we’ve got something to say. Any time, Or anywhere, Just look over your shoulder Guess who’ll be standing there Hey, hey, we’re the Monkees And people say we monkey around. But we’re too busy singing To put anybody down. (break) Hey, hey, we’re the Monkees And people say we monkey around. But we’re too busy singing To put anybody down. We’re just tryin’ to be friendly, Come and watch us sing and play, We’re …
Very good and funny
Mike Nesmith and Frank Zappa switched places on “The Monkees”
I used clips from “Your Friendly Neighborhood Kidnappers” for this one. =]I especially like the end, if ya know what I mean. ;]
Another video that I made to a great song. This is for John because he asked me to do it.
The Monkees. Micky Dolenz singing “Goin’ Down”
The Monkees, Mickey Dolenz Peter Tork Davy Jones Mike Nesmith talking about their career.
This Was A Big Hit For The Monkeeys
Go to my Channel for full albums. The 6th track on the 1967 album “More of the Monkees” by The Monkees. “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone” is written by Bobby Hart and Tommy Boyce. Peace
Go to my Channel for full albums. The 3rd track on the 1966 album “The Monkees” by The Monkees. “I Wanna Be Free” is written by Bobby Hart and Tommy Boyce. Peace.
Go to my Channel for full albums. The 6th track on the 1967 album “Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd.” by The Monkees. “Words” is written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart. Peace
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
Go to my Channel for full albums. The 6th track on the 1967 album “Headquarters” by The Monkees. “Shades of Gray” is written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. Peace
The first track of the album More of The Monkees
…not mentioned ANYWHERE in the song, this was the epithet used to describe the character played by Tony Booth – later, the father of British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s wife – in the British TV series, “Till Death Us Do Part” (later done in America as “All In The Family”). Randy means aroused – a Scouse is a Liverpudlian (person from Liverpool) and Git is short for illegitimate. And so the title was CHANGED in Britain to “Alternate Title” – ironic, given only British people would UNDERSTAND the expression!
The Monkees (Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz, & Peter Tork) on the BBC’s “The One Show” on 21/02/11. Edited to include only the Monkees’ segments. Copyright of the BBC, no infringement intended!
This clip is taken from Episode 31 “Monkees At The Movies” featuring Bobby Sherman.
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.”
One of the boys’ better numbers – but Mike/Michael Nesmith doesn’t look too impressed…