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The Monkees - Head mp3 album

The Monkees - Head mp3 album Performer: The Monkees
Title: Head
Style: Soundtrack, Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock, Parody
Date of release: 1994
Country: US
Size MP3: 1607 mb
Size FLAC: 1600 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: VOC MP1 XM MP2 AHX ADX VQF

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.

Pop Rock The Monkees. Band Name The Monkees. 版公司 WEA Rhino Records Colgems Records.

This disc contains songs and snippets of dialogue from the Monkees' full-length feature film of the same name. Although their Emmy-winning television program had been cancelled in the spring of 1968, the quartet quickly regrouped and, with the assistance of budding actor/director Jack Nicholson, created a 90-minute surreal cinematic experience - replete with matching soundtrack. Without question, both the movie and album are the most adventurous and in many ways most fulfilling undertaking to have been born of the Monkees' multimedia manufactured project. The music featured on both.

The alternative songs include the stereo mix of ‘Porpoise Song’ with the long coda, a stereo mix of ‘Ditty Diego’, a stereo mix of ‘Circle Sky’ with Michael Nesmith’s vocals up front.

Head is the soundtrack to the film Head, the only theatrical release by the Monkees. Released in 1968 through Colgems, it was the band's sixth album. Head was the last Monkees album to feature Peter Tork until Pool It! in 1987 and the last to feature all four Monkees until 1996's Justus

Head" was the Monkees sole movie, and for those who have seen the show but not the movie, it is definitely not what you're expecting, although the final episode of the show, "The Frodis Caper" starring Rip Taylor and directed by Micky Dolenz, hints at the surreal and psychedelic direction the band was moving in. "Head" takes the strange new direction of the band way further, and while a commercial flop largely because it was too mature for the Monkees' younger fans and it had an ineffectual yet avant-garde ad campaign, it is now rightly considered a cu. .Without question, the best song on the album, and one of the Monkees' greatest songs ever, is "Circle Sky," a wonderful Nesmith rocker (the most disturbing footage of the film also takes place during the course i. On this release the excellent live version is included as an bonus track.

Head is also notably the only original Monkees album getting such treatment in 2011, perhaps a measure of its critical reputation within a growing hardcore sect of fans. The latest reissue will make this writer’s ninth copy of the album - including an original pressing; several copies of the 1986 Rhino repress; the 1994 deluxe CD; last fall’s immense three-disc Rhino box set; and an obsessively compiled 100-track fan bootleg. Head is among the first and best in the canon of situational masterpieces and the events that led to its creation even more complicated.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Monkees Opening Ceremony 1:20
2 The Monkees Porpoise Song (Theme From "Head")
Arranged By – Jack NitzscheCello – David Filerman, Gregory Bemko, Jacqueline Lustgarten, Jan Kelly*Conductor – Russ TitelmanDouble Bass [String Bass] – Clyde "Whitey" Hoggan*, Jerry Scheff, James Hughart*, Max BennettDrums – Mike Ney*Electric Bass – Douglas Lubahn*Guitar – Danny Kortchmar, Ken BloomHorns – Jules Jacob, William HinshawKeyboards – Leon Russell, Ralph Shuckett*Other [Unknown] – John R. HoenigProducer – Gerry GoffinWritten-By – Carol King, Gerry Goffin*
2:56
3 The Monkees Ditty Diego - War Chant
Piano – Michael Rubini*Written-By – Robert Rafaelson*, Jack Nicholson
1:25
4 The Monkees Circle Sky
Bass – John Gross, Richard DeyDrums – Eddie HohGuitar – Bill Chadwick, Keith AllisonWritten-By, Organ – Michael Nesmith
2:31
5 No Artist Supplicio 0:48
6 The Monkees Can You Dig It
Drums – Dewey MartinPercussion – Michael A. GlassRhythm Guitar [Electric] – Peter TorkSoloist, Acoustic Guitar [Lead], Bass – Lance WakelyWritten-By – Peter Tork
3:23
7 No Artist Gravy
Voice [Uncredited] – David Jones*
0:06
8 No Artist Superstitious
Voice [Uncredited] – Bela Lugosi
0:07
9 The Monkees As We Go Along
Arranged By – Jack NitzscheBass – Harvey NewmarkDrums – Earl PalmerGuitar – Carole King, Danny Kortchmar, Ken Bloom, Neil Young, Ry CooderMusician – Russ Titelman, Tony McCashenOrgan, Flute – Unknown ArtistOther [Unknown Role] – John R. HoenigPercussion – Dennis BruceWritten-By – Carole King, Toni Stern
3:51
10 No Artist Dandruff? 0:39
11 The Monkees Daddy's Song
Bass – Richard DeyCello – Eleanor Slatkin, Emmet Sargent*, Justin Ditullio, Raphael KramerDrums – Eddie HohGuitar – Bill Chadwick, Keith Allison, Michael NesmithPercussion – Brendan CahillPiano – Michael Rubini*Trombone – Lewis McCreary*, Richard LeithTrumpet – Marion Childers, Pete Candoli, Anthony Terran*Written-By – Harry Nilsson
2:30
12 No Artist Poll
Voice [Uncredited] – Frank Zappa, Victor Mature
1:13
13 The Monkees Long Title: Do I Have To Do This All Over Again
Bass – Lance WakelyDrums – Dewey MartinWritten-By, Guitar – Peter Tork
2:39
14 No Artist Swami - Plus Strings
Arranged By, Conductor – Ken ThorneProducer [Porpoise Song Segment] – Gerry GoffinWritten-By [Porpoise Song Segment] – Carole King, Gerry Goffin*
5:21
Bonus Selections
15 The Monkees Ditty Diego - War Chant (Version)
Written-By – Robert Rafaelson*, Jack Nicholson
4:30
16 The Monkees Circle Sky (Live Version)
Bass – Peter TorkDrums – Micky DolenzGuitar – Michael NesmithOrgan, Percussion – David Jones*Written-By – Michael Nesmith
2:20
17 The Monkees Happy Birthday To You
Organ – Michael Rubini*Written-By – Mildred J. Hill, Patty Smith Hill
1:02
18 The Monkees Can You Dig It (Mix)
Drums – Dewey MartinPercussion – Michael A. GlassSoloist, Acoustic Guitar [Lead], Bass – Lance WakelyWritten-By, Rhythm Guitar [Electric] – Peter Tork
3:25
19 The Monkees Daddy's Song (Mix)
Bass – Richard DeyCello – Eleanor Slatkin, Emmet Sargent*, Justin Ditullio, Raphael KramerDrums – Eddie HohGuitar – Bill Chadwick, Keith Allison, Michael NesmithPercussion – Brendan CahillPiano – Michael Rubini*Trombone – Lewis McCreary*, Richard LeithTrumpet – Marion Childers, Pete Candoli, Anthony Terran*Written-By – Harry Nilsson
2:06
20 No Artist Head Radio Spot 2:03

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rhino Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Rhino Records Inc.
  • Licensed To – WEA International Inc.

Credits

  • Art Direction [Reissue Art Direction] – Coco Shinomiya
  • Backing Vocals – David Jones* (tracks: 2)
  • Coordinator [Album Coordinator] – Jack Nicholson (tracks: 1 to 14)
  • Coordinator [Reissue Project Coordination] – Patrick Milligan
  • Design [Reissue Design] – Rachel Gutek
  • Engineer [Remastering] – Bill Inglot, Ken Perry
  • Executive-Producer [Reissue] – Harold Bronson
  • Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Micky Dolenz (tracks: 2)
  • Liner Notes – Andrew Sandoval
  • Producer – The Monkees (tracks: 1, 3 to 14)
  • Reissue Producer – Andrew Sandoval, Bill Inglot
  • Vocals – David Jones* (tracks: 3, 11, 15, 17), Michael Nesmith (tracks: 3, 4, 15, 16, 19), Micky Dolenz (tracks: 3, 6, 9, 15, 17), Peter Tork (tracks: 3, 13, 15, 17, 18)

Notes

Tracks 15, 18 to 20 are previously unissued material.

2 Recorded at California Recorders, Hollywood, Feb. 26 & 28, 1968
Also issued as Colgems single #1031, Oct. 5, 1968: Pop #62
3 Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Aug. 3, 1968
4 Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Dec. 9 & 17, 1967 & Jan. 6 & 8, 1968
6 Recorded at Western Recorders, Hollywood, Jan. 28 & Feb. 1, 1968; and RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Jan. 29, 30, 31, & Mar. 8, 1968
9 Recorded at Wally Heider's, Hollywood, May 30, 1968; and Original Sound, Hollywood, Aug. 1, 1968
Also issued as Colgems single #1031, Oct. 5, 1968: Pop #106
11 Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Jan. 10, 16, 19 & Mar. 1, 1968; and Sunset Sound, Hollywood, Apr. 4, 1968
13 Recorded at Western Recorders, Hollywood, Jan. 20, 28, Feb. 1, 3, 4, 5, 10 & 14, 1968; RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Jan. 22, 27, & Feb. 12, 1968; and Sunset Sound, Hollywood, Jan. 25 & 26, 1968
15 Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, July 25, 1968
16 Recorded at Valley Auditorium, Salt Lake City, May 21, 1968
17 Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Aug. 3, 1968
18 Recorded at Western Recorders, Hollywood, Jan. 28 & Feb. 1, 1968; and RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Jan. 29, 30, 31, & Mar. 8, 1968
19 Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Jan. 10, 16, 19 & Mar. 1, 1968; and Sunset Sound, Hollywood, Apr. 4, 1968

Head (tks 1-14) was originally issued as Colgems #5008, December 1, 1968.

This Reissue/Compilation ℗ & © 1994 Rhino Records, Inc.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 45099-7659-2 7
  • Barcode (String): 745099765927
  • Matrix / Runout: 450997659-2 WME
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L011
  • Label Code: LC 2982
  • Distribution Code: CA 835
  • Rights Society: GEMA BIEM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
COSO-5008 The Monkees Head ‎(LP, Album, Myl) Colgems COSO-5008 US 1968
R1 528615 The Monkees Head ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Cle) Rhino Records R1 528615 US 2011
LIG CD 5001 The Monkees Head ‎(CD, Album, RE) Lightning LIG CD 5001 UK 1992
RHM2 525670 The Monkees Head ‎(Box, Ltd, Rep + CD, Album, RE, RM + 2xCD + 7") Rhino Handmade RHM2 525670 US 2010
COSO-5008 The Monkees Head ‎(LP, Album, Foi) Colgems COSO-5008 US 1968