Who's ready for even more of MORE? In honor of 50th anniversary this year, we've super-sized MORE OF THE MONKEES with a staggering 91 tracks including 55 previously-unreleased alternate takes, remixes, and newly discovered concert recordings from 1967, the band's earliest-known live tracks, as well as a bonus 7” of “I’m A Believer” (Remix)/”(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone” (Vocals Only).
The Monkees' SUMMER OF LOVE - a fresh and groovy way to listen to all your Monkees favorites! If you’ve ever wanted to prove to your friends that the Monkees weren’t just about their hit singles, then you’ve finally got the compilation that you’ve been waiting for. Head to your local record shop to find this release along with others from Rhino's Summer of Love campaign. Find your store here.
The Monkees' GOOD TIMES! is now available on vinyl! Head on down to Barnes & Noble this Saturday for Vinyl Day to pick up a copy complete with an exclusive bonus 7" of "Love's What I Want"/"A Better World." Get all the details here.
First New Album In Nearly 20 Years Including Tracks Written By Rivers Cuomo, Ben Gibbard, Noel Gallagher And Paul Weller, Andy Partridge, And Album Producer Adam Schlesinger
Also Features Previously Unreleased 1960s Recordings Of Songs Written By Neil Diamond, Harry Nilsson, Carol King, And Others That Have Been Revisited And Completed In New Monkees Sessions
Good Times! Has New Release Date Of May 27, Following The Launch Of An Extensive 50th Anniversary Tour With Micky Dolenz And Peter Tork On May 18
Who's ready to have some fun with The Monkees as they celebrate their 50th anniversary? With a tour kicking off in May and the group’s first new album in 20 years, GOOD TIMES!, due June 10th, Monkee-mania will be taking 2016 by storm!
By October 1969, things were radically different for The Monkees. Their NBC show had left prime time, Peter Tork had left the group, and Top 40 hits were no longer a sure thing. It was in this atmosphere that Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Michael Nesmith exerted more creative control to record THE MONKEES PRESENT. The resulting album is one of the group's most varied, from the iconic single, "Listen To The Band," to Micky's anti-war anthem, "Mommy And Daddy," Davy's lush "French Song," and Michael's Nashville-tinged barn-burner, "Good Clean Fun."