Come with me leave yesterday behind, and take a giant step outside your mind… You lead the way Micky, and we’ll follow! Listen to a sneak preview of “Take A Giant Step (Mono TV Version)," taken from the bonus material on THE MONKEES (SUPER DELUXE EDITION) box set, out now. The box is limited edition, and less THAN HALF remain, so if you want this 3CD, 100 track (45 previously unreleased) set to add to your collection, now’s the time! Get it here.
Don't we all just wanna be free? Like the bluebirds flying…like waves out on the blue sea? We're with you on that, Mike, Micky, Davy, and Peter… Listen to a sneak preview of "I Wanna Be Free (Overdubbed Demo – Take Two)," from THE MONKEES (SUPER DELUXE EDITION) box set.
Someday you will know, the meaning of a love that's true... and now we are going to share it with you! Tune in to a sneak preview of "All The King's Horses" (Mono TV Version) from THE MONKEES (SUPER DELUXE EDITION). This song is just one of 45 previously unreleased tracks featured on the jumbo-sized 3-CD set which includes
Rhino Handmade takes you back to where The Monkees story all began with THE MONKEES (SUPER DELUXE EDITION)! Packed with a jumbo-sized 100 tracks (45 previously unreleased!) over 3 CDs, the first disc features the spectacular original album remastered in both mono and stereo, including the debut single, “Last Train to Clarksville,” show favorite “(Theme From) The Monkees,” and the raw romper "Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day," with 12 bonus tracks that feature unreleased versions, alternative tracks, and TV & radio spots.
The Monkees may be comin' to your town! Michael, Micky and Peter are playing live and you can score some of the best seats in the house with this exclusive fan ticket pre-sale. VIP packages include:
A Premium Ticket
An Exclusive The Monkees Commemorative Ticket
A Pre-order of THE MONKEES (SUPER DELUXE EDITION) 3-CD Boxed Set of the Classic Debut Album (due in November)
A great deal of fun was had by the The Monkees and their fans during the course of the group’s 2014 official convention this past weekend, including Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork all being on hand to receive their plaques certifying the The Monkees’ induction into the American Pop Music Hall of Fame. Arguably the most tantalizing tidbit to emerge from the event, however, was the announcement that the trio would be kicking off a new tour in May, one which would be taking them along the east coast and through the Midwest.