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The Monkees - Music Box album mp3

Performer: The Monkees
Title: Music Box
Country: US
Released: 2001
Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 211
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The Monkees is the first album by the band the Monkees. It was released in October 1966 by Colgems Records in the United States and RCA Victor in the rest of the world. It was the first of four consecutive . number one albums for the group, taking the top spot on the Billboard 200 for 13 weeks, after which it was displaced by the band's second album. It also topped the UK charts in 1967. The Monkees has been certified quintuple platinum by the RIAA, with sales of over five million copies.

It's hard not to wonder why the four-disc Music Box even exists. Then, there's the song selection, which is impeccable for the first three discs, which devote a year each to 1966, 1967, and 1968, blending hits with rarities, album versions, and alternate takes, never once seeming like a sop to collectors. The fourth disc is a little more problematic, just because it spans from 1969 to 1996, containing reunion tracks that some fans may rather not hear, but it still has more than enough minor gems that will please the dedicated.

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The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees. 5-2. Auntie's Municipal Court. 5-3. We Were Made For Each Other.

The Monkees - The Kind Of Girl I Could Love 1:52 09 The Monkees - The Day We Fall In Love 2:25 10 The Monkees - Sometime In The Morning 2:30 11 The Monkees - Laugh 2:29 12 The Monkees - I'm A Believer 2:47. Monkees - The Poster 2:21 09 The Monkees - . Box 9847 3:16 10 The Monkees - Magnolia Simms 3:47 11 The Monkees - Valleri 2:13 12 The Monkees - Zor And Zam 2:08. Disc 6, 10. 01 The Monkees - Opening Ceremony 1:11 02 The Monkees - Porpoise Song (Theme From ''Head'') 3:04 03 The Monkees - Ditty Diego-War Chant 1:26 04 The Monkees - Circle Sky 2:29 05 The Monkees - Supplicio 0:47 06 The Monkees - Can You Dig It 3:22 07 The Monkees - Gravy 0:11 08 The Monkees - Superstitious.

the box set and reissue music site for fans who love holding the music in their handsthe box set and reissue music blog. The Monkees: Complete Albums box. December 22, 2015 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1960s, The Monkees. A 10-disc Complete Albums box set, featuring the long-players of American pop-rock quartet The Monkees, will be issued in early 2016. This is thought to be a remastered set and will feature the band’s nine original studio albums: The Monkees; More of the Monkees; Headquarters; Pieces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd

Classic Album Collection by THE MONKEES (2016 Rhino/Warner Brothers 10CD Mini Box Set Remasters). Disc 1 "The Monkees" (29:42 minutes): 1. (Theme From) The Monkees 2. Saturday's Child 3. I Wanna Be Free 4. Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day 5. Papa Jean's Blues 6. Take A Giant Step 7. Last Train To Clarksville 8. This Just Doesn't Seem To Be My Day 9. Let's Dance On 10.

The Monkees Music Box. This boxset replaces the retired Listen to the Band boxset. In addition to tracks and versions not included on LTTB, this new set also features two previously unreleased tracks (Rare version of "Of You" and "Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow")and a 97 page booklet which is loaded with pictures, session information and more. Release Notes Rhino R2 76706 (2-27-01).

Tracklist

1966
(Theme From) The Monkees
I Wanna Be Free [First Version]
Let's Dance On
Last Train To Clarksville
Take A Giant Step
All The King's Horses
Saturday's Child
Papa Gene's Blues
I Wanna Be Free [Album Version]
Sweet Young Thing
Gonna Buy Me A Dog
I Don't Think You Know Me [First Recorded Version]
I'm A Believer
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
She
Mary, Mary
Your Auntie Grizelda
Of You [Previously Unissued Mix]
Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) [Previously Unissued Extended Mix]
The Kind Of Girl I Could Love
Sometime In The Morning
When Love Comes Knockin' (At Your Door)
Do Not Ask For Love [First Recorded Version]
Valleri [First Recorded Version]
I'll Be Back Upon My Feet [First Recorded Version]
1967
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
She Hangs Out [Single Version]
The Girl I Knew Somewhere
All Of Your Toys
Love To Love
You Told Me
I'll Spend My Life With You
Forget That Girl
You Just May Be The One
Shades Of Gray
For Pete's Sake
Sunny Girlfriend
No Time
Randy Scouse Git
Pleasant Valley Sunday [Single Version]
Words
Daydream Believer
Goin' Down
Salesman
The Door Into Summer
Love Is Only Sleeping
Cuddly Toy
What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?
Daily Nightly
Star Collector
1968
Valleri
Tapioca Tundra
Dream World
Auntie's Municipal Court
P.O. Box 9847
Zor And Zam
Carlisle Wheeling [First Recorded Version]
Tear The Top Right Off My Head
The Girl I Left Behind Me [First Recorded Version]
Nine Times Blue
Come On In
D.W. Washburn
It's Nice To Be With You
St. Matthew
Porpoise Song (Theme From Head) [Single Version]
As We Go Along
Ditty Diego-War Chant
Circle Sky [Live]
Can You Dig It
Daddy's Song [Previously Unissued Long Version]
Long Title: Do I Have To Do This All Over Again
1969-96
Tear Drop City
A Man Without A Dream
Through The Looking Glass
I Won't Be The Same Without Her
You And I
While I Cry
Shorty Blackwell
If I Ever Get To Saginaw Again
Smile
Listen To The Band [Single Version]
Someday Man
Some Of Shelly's Blues
Mommy And Daddy
Good Clean Fun
Looking For The Good Times
Steam Engine
I Never Thought It Peculiar
Midnight Train
Oh My My
I Love You Better
Do You Feel It Too?
Do It In The Name Of Love - [Micky Dolenz & Davy Joes]
That Was Then, This Is Now - [Micky Dolenz & Peter Tork]
Heart And Soul
MGBGT [Live]
Every Step A Night [Single Version]
Oh, What A Night
You And I

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
R2 76706 The Monkees Music Box ‎(4xCD, Comp, RM + Box, Dig) Rhino Records R2 76706 US 2001
8122-76706-2 The Monkees Music Box ‎(4xCD, Comp, RM + Box, Dig) Rhino Records , Warner Strategic Marketing 8122-76706-2 Europe 2001
R2 76706 The Monkees Music Box ‎(4xCD, Comp, RM + Box, Dig) Rhino Records R2 76706 Europe 2001
8122-73579-2 The Monkees Music Box ‎(4xCD, Comp, RM, pro + Box, Dig) Rhino Records 8122-73579-2 Germany 2001
8122-79901-9 The Monkees Music Box ‎(4xCD, Comp, RM + Box, Dig) Rhino Records 8122-79901-9 Europe 2008
8122797318 The Monkees Music Box ‎(4xCD, Comp, RM) Rhino Records 8122797318 Australia 2012
81227-9731-8 The Monkees Music Box ‎(4xCD, Comp, RM + Box, RE) Rhino Records 81227-9731-8 Europe 2012
Reviews (1)
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Replacing the Listen To The Band compilation, Music Box not only includes their songs from the 60’s but also from The Monkees’ reunions of 1986 and 1996, along with a couple previously unreleased versions to spice things up. Though the central question is why this outing exists at all, since Rhino has yet to release a definitive reissue of the band’s studio albums, along with cutting room floor outtakes and revisions.With the first four Monkee albums all peaking at number one on the charts, and recorded in something like thirteen months between 1966 and 1967, it’s strange to consider that so much material was released in such a short time, followed by the soundtrack and movie Head. With that being said, many find it easy to dismiss The Monkees with the wave of their hand, yet if you spend any amount of time with this catalog, you’re going to come up with some sincerely unexpected gems that will give you pause, and have you searching their material for more of the same. While much of their music was safe AM radio fluff, and sanitized even more for television, there are some deeply psychedelic tracks such as “Daily Nightly,” “Oh My My,” “Can You Dig It,” “Porpoise Song,” “Goin’ Down, “ “Words,” and “Auntie’s Municipal Court” that sound as fresh today as they did when we were all too cool to give the Monkees the time of day, yet alone to investigate this material back in the heady days and nights of the mid 60’s, where songs that if released today by other neo-psych bands would stop you in your tracks for an instant download. It’s also enchanting to hear how quickly they managed to gain control of their instruments and create this material laced with layered musical and vocal harmonies. I realize that that last statement alone would give people pause, but hey, there were many bands such as Spacemen 3, The Cure, Talking Heads and House Of Love, to mention a few, who went through an awful lot of on the job training, all bands who are today highly revered today.As of now, this set is probably the singular high point for immersing yourself in the career of The Monkees. Even John Lennon to Mike Nesmith said that he and Yoko never missed one of their shows. While The Monkees certainly did not come together as a band, they certainly left as one, a band who pioneered recording artists rights, freedoms of expression, and control over their own material. Laced within this set are some alternative versions, mono vs. stereo versions, some live material, and some infectious grooves that will hang on forever. Now … there’s no way I’m ever gonna try and convince you that all of the material found here is first rate, or that even half of it is worth keeping. What I am saying is that out of all of these tracks I settled on thirty that were just too fine to pass up, and from those I created my own compilation, one that rides comfortably in my back pocket.Review by Jenell Kesler

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