Rare footage of Davy Jones on UKTV recorded on the 22nd of June 1971
The Monkees promote their concert at the Orange County Civic Center in Orlando, Florida on radio and TV in July Read more
The Monkees promote their concert at the Orange County Civic Center in Orlando, Florida in July 1987. Please visit my Read more
In March 1997, The Monkees toured the United Kingdom to promote their album Justus. The band was in England in Read more
“Hey, Hey It’s The Monkees” aired on ABC on February 17, 1997. This was the band’s first television special since Read more
Comedy Short “Name That Drug” Fake TV Game Show – This is From Michael Nesmith (one of the Monkees ) did not return to the then and now tour he was working on this award winning “Elephant Parts” … Nesmith Monkees …- this one of about 20 shorts on the one hour LaserDisk if you like i will put more up you can’t buy or find this anywhere:) please give feed back : thanks jgold1959
PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads between multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948’s oldies classics. LINK: tinyurl.com Unlike most bands of the time, the Monkees were not formed by its members, but rather by TV producers: they were a fictional band in the TV show of the same name. TV producers, Bert Schneider and Bob Rafelson, formulated an idea for a show about a Beatles-like band, then put ads in newspapers, seeking musicians to star in the series. The band was composed of Mike Nesmith, Mickey Dolenz, Davy Jones, and Peter Tork. All the members had some musical experience. The show debuted on NBC in 1966 and became a huge hit. Each week the group would sing a song or two written by top industry names like Carole King, Neil Diamond and Gerry Goffin, while instrumentation was provided by talented musicians, including Stephen Stills and Harry Nilsson. The Monkees’ principle audience consisted of young teenagers and children. Nonetheless singles like ‘I’m a Believer’ became Top 10 hits, and the ‘Prefab Four’ became media icons. By 1967 the Monkees were perhaps the most popular band in the US. But the Monkees themselves grew upset at not being able to play their own instruments or write their own songs, and began to rebel against their producers and record company. The Monkees began playing some of their instruments and writing some songs on 1967’s ‘Headquarters’. That year they embarked on a major …
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.
Micky Dolenz singing Daily Nightly
Here’s the clear tv version of Daydream Believer, enjoy.