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December 16, 2011
December 8, 2011
November 29, 2011
November 20, 2011
October 31, 2011
October 17, 2011
August 26, 2011
- Added 33 ⅓ Revolutions Per Monkee Quotes from Micky’s commentary.
- Added new 33 ⅓ Revolutions Per Monkee Pictures.
- Added Ann Moses Exchanges Frank Confusion With Peter Tork, Chip Douglas Interview, Monkee Rumors (Ann Moses), My Friend Micky (Brendan Cahill), My Groovy Job With The Monkees (Barbara Hamaker), My Micky (Coco Dolenz), Remember—Davy’s A Person, Too!, The Truth About Sally Field And Davy Jones, The Wonderful World Of Mike Nesmith, Davy Jones: “Being A Monkee Has Been My Greatest Success So Far”, Mike Nesmith Remembers The Monkees, Spending Time With Micky (Mary Anne Cassata), Talking With Peter Tork from Monkee Spectacular #10 (1968 and 1987 reissue).
August 23, 2011
July 4, 2011
- Introducing The Monkees Lyrics Database. The lyrics pages have been completely redone so it’s easier to find all songs sung, written, or produced by a certain person and recorded at a certain time or place. Also, see what compilation, non-studio albums, and singles songs were released on, and lots more fun stuff.
- Added All About Peter According To Astrology (Jean Farman), Davy Jones: Everybody’s Best Friend, Do The Monkees Sound American?, Mike Nesmith: The Early Days (Charlie Rockett), Monkee Pets, Monkee Rumors (Ann Moses), The Monkees Give Themselves Away In Their Handwriting (F.A. Rockwell), What Micky Sees With His Camera, and Yes, Yes, Yes, The Monkees Play Their Own Instruments (Jeff Gold) from Monkee Spectacular #5 (September 1967).
June 19, 2011
May 26, 2011
- Added and updated Pictures: Davy Jones, Mike Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, and The Monkees with higher quality trading card pictures.
- Added Head Quotes and sounds.
- Added Come Along To My New House, Davy By His Oldest Sister Hazel, Davy Jones By Jane Steele, Micky’s Mother Interviews Ann Moses, and More About Micky By His Sister Coco from Tiger Beat (July 1967).
- Added Davy’s Future and Monkees Break-Up: When, How, Why from 16 Magazine (Winter 1968).