- Performer:The Monkees
- Title:More Greatest Hits
- Style:AM Pop,Bubblegum,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Psychedelic Pop,Psychedelic/Garage,Sunshine Pop
- Date of release:1982
- Size FLAC version1348 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1439 megabytes
- Size WMA version1365 megabytes
- Formats:DXD AA MOD MMF RA AUD
The Monkees Greatest Hits is a 1976 greatest hits compilation album of songs by the Monkees released by Arista Records and a reissue of an earlier Bell Records compilation, Re-Focus. While the Monkees were among the top-selling bands of the mid-1960s, their decline was sharp and their last new albums and singles sold poorly. Earlier greatest hits collections (the first two from their original label, Colgems Records) had seen only limited release and were hard to find in stores.
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This album marks the compilation debut of charted hits "Words" and "The Girl I Knew Somewhere", which had been overlooked on the previous greatest hits albums
The Monkees Greatest Hits (Colgems). The Monkees Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation album by the Monkees, issued by Colgems in June 1969. Appearing in record stores a year after the cancellation of the Monkees' TV series, the ered package remains one of the rarest pieces of vinyl in the band’s discography.
1982 greatest hits album by the Monkees. More Greatest Hits of the Monkees. Greatest hits album by. the Monkees. This was the song's first . The 1988 CD reissue differs greatly from the original 1982 LP, each containing different mixes of some songs. Most notably, the CD features the . stereo debut of "The Girl I Knew Somewhere," which had appeared on singles and other compilation LPs in mono or "Electronic Stereo" (. pressings of the 1981 European Arista compilation The Monkees featured the stereo mix, although German mastered copies had the mono mix)
Infobox Album Name More Greatest Hits of the Monkees Type greatest Artist The Monkees. Greatest hits - Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Greatest Hits est un nom assez courant de compilation des morceaux les plus populaires d artistes anglophones.
The slightly more extensive Arista anthology still has the edge, due to the inclusion of two good cuts ("Take a Giant Step" and "She") that are somehow omitted from this Rhino compilation. On the other hand, if you're still in the market for just one Monkees album, this will do just fine. Good, extensive liner notes, though the last two songs (from 1987 singles that only featured Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork) are a waste.
Another early Monkees CD, Arista put this out as a companion to their Greatest Hits compilation, which was pretty skimpy, featuring only 11 songs and running for only about 31 minutes. While this CD is also short (with 12 songs but running for only 30 minutes), it does include some good tracks. However, only three of them ("Words," "Valleri," and "The Girl I Knew Somewhere") were actual "hits"; the rest of them, except for "Take A Giant Step," are songs that only appeared on albums. Namely: Take a Giant Step, Saturday's Child Monkees, Sometime In The Morning, Look Out Here Comes Tomorrow - More of the Monkees You Just May Be The One, For Pete's Sake (Closing Theme), The Girl I Knew Somewhere (though this one has made it to several other compilations now).
The Monkees Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation album by the Monkees, issued by Colgems in June 1969. Background - Appearing in record stores a year after the cancellation of the Monkees' TV series, the ered package remains one of the rarest pieces of vinyl. After a year, the Monkees wanted a chance to play their own instruments on the records, they wanted more control over which songs would be released as singles.
CreditsJeff Barry - Producer
Tommy Boyce - Composer, Percussion, Producer
Neil Diamond - Composer
Micky Dolenz - Composer
Chip Douglas - Producer
Jim Frawley - Video
David Gates - Composer
Gerry Goffin - Composer, Producer
Bobby Hart - Composer, Producer
Bill Inglot - Digital Compilation, Remastering
Jack Keller - Producer
Carole King - Composer, Producer
Paul Mazursky - Video
The Monkees - Primary Artist
Michael Nesmith - Composer, Producer
Jack Nicholson - Video
Harry Nilsson - Composer
Ken Perry - Digital Compilation, Remastering
Bob Rafelson - Video
Joey Richards - Composer
Bert Schneider - Video
Peter Tork - Composer
|1||Take a Giant Step Gerry Goffin / Carole King||The Monkees||2:36|
|2||Mary, Mary Michael Nesmith||The Monkees||2:23|
|3||Sometime in the Morning Gerry Goffin / Carole King||The Monkees||2:29|
|4||Cuddly Toy Harry Nilsson||The Monkees||2:42|
|5||Randy Scouse Git Micky Dolenz||The Monkees||2:39|
|6||Words Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:53|
|7||Valleri Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:19|
|8||You Just May Be the One Michael Nesmith||The Monkees||2:02|
|9||The Girl I Knew Somewhere Michael Nesmith||The Monkees||2:42|
|10||Saturday's Child David Gates||The Monkees||2:47|
|11||Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) Neil Diamond||The Monkees||2:17|
|12||For Pete's Sake Joey Richards / Peter Tork||The Monkees||2:13|