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Summer 1967 - The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings

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Download links and information about Summer 1967 - The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings by The Monkees. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Teen Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 68 tracks with total duration of 04:38:30 minutes.

Artist: The Monkees
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Pop, Teen Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 68
Duration: 04:38:30
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Introduction (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:40
2. Last Train to Clarksville (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:54
3. You Just May Be the One (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:51
4. The Girl I Knew Somewhere (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:44
5. I Wanna Be Free (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 3:47
6. Sunny Girlfriend (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:57
7. Your Auntie Grizelda (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:57
8. Forget That Girl (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:40
9. Sweet Young Thing (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 3:27
10. Mary, Mary (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 6:57
11. Cripple Creek (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 1:25
12. You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 5:30
13. Gonna Build a Mountain (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 4:58
14. I Got a Woman (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 3:43
15. I'm a Believer (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 3:22
16. Randy Scouse Git (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 2:34
17. (I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL. Live 8/12/67) 4:50
18. Introduction (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 6:44
19. Last Train to Clarksville (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 3:20
20. You Just May Be the One (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 2:54
21. The Girl I Knew Somewhere (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 2:49
22. I Wanna Be Free (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 3:28
23. Sunny Girlfriend (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 3:10
24. Your Auntie Grizelda (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 2:53
25. Forget That Girl (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 4:23
26. Sweet Young Thing (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 4:06
27. Mary, Mary (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 7:58
28. Cripple Creek (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 1:34
29. You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 5:13
30. Gonna Build a Mountain(Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 4:49
31. I Got a Woman (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 9:52
32. I'm a Believer(Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 3:13
33. Randy Scouse Git (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 2:44
34. (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (Seattle Center Coliseum, Live 8/25/67) 5:48
35. Introduction (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. 8/26/67) 1:45
36. Last Train to Clarksville (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 3:31
37. You Just May Be the One (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 2:25
38. The Girl I Knew Somewhere (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 3:44
39. I Wanna Be Free (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 3:29
40. Sunny Girlfriend (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 3:28
41. Your Auntie Grizelda (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 3:09
42. Forget That Girl (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 3:01
43. Sweet Young Thing (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 4:26
44. Mary, Mary (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 7:09
45. Cripple Creek (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 1:45
46. You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 6:05
47. Gonna Build a Mountain (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 6:11
48. I Got a Woman (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 12:17
49. I'm a Believer (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 3:24
50. Randy Scouse Git (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 2:43
51. (I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone (Memorial Coliseum Portland, OR. Live 8/26/67) 5:05
52. Introduction (Coliseum, Spokane, WA 8/27/67) 3:11
53. Last Train to Clarksville (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 3:10
54. You Just May Be the One (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 3:25
55. The Girl I Knew Somewhere (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 2:51
56. I Wanna Be Free (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 3:03
57. Sunny Girlfriend (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 2:45
58. Your Auntie Grizelda (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 3:00
59. Forget That Girl (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 2:33
60. Sweet Young Thing (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 3:59
61. Mary, Mary (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 7:53
62. Cripple Creek (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 1:40
63. You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 5:35
64. Gonna Build a Mountain (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 4:55
65. I Got a Woman (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 9:57
66. I'm a Believer (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 3:17
67. Randy Scouse Git (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 2:32
68. (I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone (Coliseum, Spokane, WA Live 8/27/67) 5:53

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This four-disc package gathers the only known professionally documented concerts by the Monkees on their 1967 summer tour. Each of the four discs contains a complete performance — hence the repetition of material. Disc one contains a monophonic demo recording made by crew member/photographer Winton Teel. The results of which were the criterion in whether or not it would be feasible to send a crew and equipment to sonically capture later dates on the tour. It becomes obvious that the results, while favorable, were far from optimal. The set list and stage antics were similar on every stop of the Monkees '67 tour. The "Theme From 'The Monkees'" would blare from the PA system and the lads would bound out of two mock Vox audio speaker cabinets. The self-contained quartet would then churn through hit singles as well as a few choice album cuts. Each band member is likewise featured in a spotlight performance; "Cripple Creek" being the most solo of them all, as Peter Tork was usually accompanied by nothing more than his own banjo. Backing up the other three soloists is the five-piece pop combo the Sundowners. They are particularly effective on Michael Nesmith's cover of Willie Dixon's "You Can't Judge a Book (By Looking at the Cover)." The show wraps up with the return of the self-contained quartet grinding through garage rock renditions of hits such as "I'm a Believer" and "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone." The recordings are an engineering nightmare. Buzzes, pops, and musicians performing into microphones that don't work all together...seemingly everything that could, does go wrong at some point. However, the massive transfer of energy between audience and performer — especially under the circumstances — can't be buried in the mix. Spontaneity and reinvention night after night likewise can't be faked. Summer 1967: The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings is a vital pop/rock relic available in a limited edition of 3500 from Rhino HandMade.