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The Birds, The Bees, & The Monkees

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Dream World
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Auntie's Municipal Court
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We Were Made For Each Other
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Tapioca Tundra
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Daydream Believer
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Writing Wrongs
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I'll Be Back Up On My Feet
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The Poster
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P. O. Box 9847
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Magnolia Simms
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Valleri
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Zor And Zam
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Alvin
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I'm Gonna Try
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P. O. Box 9847
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The Girl I Left Behind Me
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Lady's Baby
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 48:52

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Don't miss "Zor and Zam" !

ProgNClassicaLover

This is where the Monkees pretty much jumped the shark, more from sheer exhaustion from fighting for their musical and TV identites than anything else. But there are some gems here, especially "Zor and Zam" where Mickey proves again to be one of the greatest vocalists ever, uncannily outslicking Grace Slick while barely trying. Absolutely brilliant! You should download "Daydream Believer" from the single version to get Mickey's incomparable "Goin'Down" as the "B" side. "Valleri" is also great and PO Box 9847 is a wonderful sleeper. The rest is dispensible.

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