The Complete Monkee Recording History

Album number one: The Monkees Released October 10, 1966

Side One:

  1. Theme From The Monkees
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

  2. Saturday’s Child
    Written by Gates
    Lead sung by Micky.

  3. I Wanna Be Free
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Davy.

  4. Tomorrow’s Gonna Be Another Day
    Written by Boyce and Venet
    Lead sung by Micky.

  5. Papa Gene’s Blues
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Mike.

  6. Take A Giant Step
    Written by King and Goffin
    Lead sung by Micky.

Side Two:

  1. Last Train To Clarksville
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

  2. This Just Doesn’t Seem To Be My Day
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Davy.

  3. Let’s Dance On
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

  4. I’ll Be True To You
    Written by Goffin and Titleman
    Lead sung by Davy.

  5. Sweet Young Thing
    Written by Nesmith-King-Goffin.
    Lead sung by Mike.

  6. Gonna Buy Me a Dog
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

Album number two: More Of The Monkees Released January 10, 1967

Side One:

  1. She
    Written by Boyce and Hart.
    Lead sung by Micky.

  2. When Love Comes Knockin’ (At Your Door)
    Written by Neil Sedaka-Carole Bayer
    Lead sung by Davy.

  3. Mary, Mary
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Micky.

  4. Hold On Girl
    Written by Keller-Raleigh-Carr
    Lead sung by Davy.

  5. Your Auntie Grizelda
    Written by Jack Keller-Diane Hilderbrand
    Lead sung by Peter.

  6. (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone
    Written by Boyce and Hart.
    Lead sung by Micky.

Side Two:

  1. Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)
    Writen [sic] by Neil Diamond
    Lead sung by Davy.

  2. The Kind of Girl I Could Love
    Written by Mike Nesmith and Roger Atkins
    Lead sung by Mike.

  3. The Day We Fall In Love
    Written by Sandy Linzer-Denny Randell
    Lead sung by Davy.

  4. Sometime In The Morning
    Written by Goffin and King.
    Lead sung by Micky.

  5. Laugh
    Written by Medress-P., Margo-M., Margo-Seigal
    Lead sung by Davy.

  6. I’m A Believer
    Written by Neil Diamond
    Lead sung by Micky.

Album number three: Headquarters Released June 12, 1967

Side One:

  1. You Told Me
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Mike.

  2. I’ll Spend My Life With You
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

  3. Forget That Girl .
    Written by Douglas Farthing Hatlelid (Chip Douglas)
    Lead sung by Davy.

  4. Band 6
    Written by Davy, Micky, Peter and Mike
    No vocal.

  5. You Just May Be The One
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Mike.

  6. Shades of Gray
    Written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
    Lead sung by Davy and Peter.

  7. I Can’t Get Her Off My Mind
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Davy.

Side Two:

  1. For Pete’s Sake
    Written by Peter Tork and Joseph Richards
    Lead sung by Micky.

  2. Mr. Webster
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

  3. Sunny Girlfriend
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Mike.

  4. Zilch
    Written by Davy, Micky, Peter and Mike
    No lead voice.

  5. No Time
    Written by Hank Cicalo
    Lead sung by Micky.

  6. Early Morning Blues and Greens
    Written by Diane Hilderbrand and Jack Keller
    Lead sung by Davy.

  7. Randy Scouse Git
    Written by Micky Dolenz
    Lead sung by Micky.

Album number four: Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn and Jones Ltd. Released November 1, 1967

Side One:

  1. Salesman.
    Written by Craig Smith
    Lead sung by Mike.

  2. She Hangs Out
    Written by Barry
    Lead sung by Davy.

  3. The Door Into Summer
    Written by Douglas and Martin
    Lead sung by Mike.

  4. Love Is Only Sleeping
    Written by Mann and Weil
    Lead sung by Mike.

  5. Cuddly Toy
    Written by Harry Nilsson
    Lead sung by Davy.

  6. Words
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

Side Two:

  1. Hard To Believe
    Written by Jones-Capli-Brick-Rockett
    Lead sung by Davy.

  2. What Am I Doing Hangin’ Round?
    Written by Lewis and Clarke
    Lead sung by Mike.

  3. Peter Percival Patterson’s Pet Pig Porky
    Written by Nick Tork
    Vocal by Peter.

  4. Pleasant Valley Sunday
    Written by King and Goffin
    Lead sung by Micky.

  5. Daily Nightly
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Micky.

  6. Don’t Call On Me
    Written by Mike Nesmith and John London
    Lead sung by Mike.

  7. Star Collector
    Written by King and Goffin
    Lead sung by Davy.

Album number five: The Birds, The Bees and The Monkees Released April 22, 1968

Side One:

  1. Dream World.
    Written by Davy Jones and Steve Pitts
    Lead sung by Davy.

  2. Auntie’s Municipal Court
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Micky.

  3. We Were Made For Each Other
    Written by Fischoff and Bayer
    Lead sung by Davy.

  4. Tapioca Tundra
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Mike.

  5. Daydream Believer
    Written by John Stewart
    Lead sung by Davy.

  6. Writing Wrongs
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Mike.

Side Two:

  1. I’ll Be Back On My Feet
    Written by Linzer and Randell
    Lead sung by Micky.

  2. The Poster
    Written by Davy Jones and Steve Pitts
    Lead sung by Davy.

  3. P.O. Box 9847
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Micky.

  4. Magnolia Simms
    Written by Mike Nesmith
    Lead sung by Mike.

  5. Valleri
    Written by Boyce and Hart
    Lead sung by Davy.

  6. Zor and Zam
    Written by B. & J. Chadwick
    Lead sung by Micky.

Singles:

  1. Last Train To Clarksville b/w Take A Giant Step—released August 16, 1966.

  2. I’m A Believer b/w (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone—released November 22, 1966.

  3. Little Bit Me, Little Bit You b/w The Girl That I Knew Somewhere—released March 8, 1968 (1967).

  4. Pleasant Valley Sunday b/w Words—released July 5, 1967.

  5. Daydream Believer b/w Goin’ Down—released October 25, 1967.

  6. Valleri b/w Tapioca Tundra—released March 2, 1968.

All the Monkees’ albums and singles have sold over a million copies, which makes all their singles and albums Gold records.

Magazine: Monkee Spectacular
Editor: Ralph Benner
Published:
Volume: 1
Issue: 16
Publisher: Laufer Publishing Co.
Pages: 28–29