The Monkees Flip Out Articles May 1967 Flip The Monkees Flip Out Magazine: Flip Published: May 1967 Publisher: Kahn Communications Corporation Page: 62 The Monkees take the business of making records seriously. Even while taking a break between songs, Mike and Micky are working out some of the arrangements. Mike produces many of their songs. While Micky, who never sang before, has impressed everyone with his groovy determination. His was the lead voice on “I’m A Believer.” Davy likes the song Neil Sedaka has written for them. Neil, who used to be a super-star in his own right, has recently concentrated on songwriting and record-producing. He is in The Monkees groove, and will probably be involved in their future records, as well. Mike is everywhere during the recording session! In the studio, in the control room, with the engineers, with the arrangers, even with FLIP’s photographer! Would you believe, one black sock and one white one? Micky makes a point. But Davy holds his ground. Size, Davy is proudly proving, isn’t everything! Micky intensely listens to the day’s work. What does his expression tell you? It tells us The Monkees have another hit! Mike puts all he’s got into the song.