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Topic History of: RIP Mike Nesmith (Monkees)
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MCR and recently covered by Micky Dolenz who scored a heritage chart no.1 with it

Here are the two of them performing it

Green Man He was more than a Monkee but the brains behind MTV he finally got The Monkees the control they wanted from their third album Headquarters. I do like the stuff he did with First National Band - worth a listen to those who don't know their albums.

I saw Youtube videos of the Farewell Tour earlier this, Dolenz looked and sounded great he still has bags of energy inside him. Sadly Nez looked painfully thin, extremely frail and fragile. He did most of tour sitting down also.


I will dig out my copy of Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd later.
JK2006 Check out his pre-monkees hit Different Drum by The Stone Poneys.