An Interview with Michael Nesmith, Part One (15 mins approx.)
Andrew Sandoval speaks with Nez about his Video Ranch 3D project (a.k.a. VR3D - check out www.videoranch.com), performing live, his most recent album "Rays," his first solo album (the soon to be reissued "Wichita Train Whistle Sings"), the Penny Arkade (a group he produced circa '67/'68 - check out www.sundazed.com) and the Sunset Strip scene in the '60s.
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An Interview with Michael Nesmith, Part Two (10 mins approx.)
Andrew Sandoval speaks with Nez about the Monkees' 1969 tour of America, their backing band (Sam & The Goodtimers), a tour stop in Mexico City (1969), the Monkees' record setting tours and album releases of 1966/67, the Summer of Love and the motion picture soundtrack for Head.
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An Interview with Michael Nesmith, Part Three (17 mins approx.)
Andrew Sandoval speaks with Nez about a new Monkees playlist he has compiled called "Mike," the songs "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" vs. "The Girl I Knew Somewhere," Rhino's Monkees Deluxe Edition bonus tracks "Nine Times Blue" and "Propinquity," his Folk/Blues influences, his first post-Monkees release "Magnetic South" (1970) in quadraphonic sound, as well as more on his Video Ranch 3D project (a.k.a. V3d - check out www.videoranch.com).
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An interview with Bobby Hart
Monkees historian Andrew Sandoval speaks to songwriter/musician Bobby Hart on the fortieth anniversary of the Monkees' first record release. Hart (with partner Tommy Boyce) created some of the group's most memorable songs including "(Theme From) The Monkees," "Last Train To Clarksville," "Words," "Valleri," "(I'm Not Your )Steppin' Stone" and many others. In addition to writing songs for the Monkees, Hart performed with the group on tour and in the studio. Excerpts from Rhino's Deluxe Edition CDs of the Monkees' first two albums are heard throughout the program.
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