- Performer:The Monkees
- Title:Here They Come: The Greatest Hits of the Monkees
- Style:AM Pop,Bubblegum,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Psychedelic Pop,Psychedelic/Garage,Sunshine Pop
- Date of release:August 25, 1998
- Size FLAC version1358 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1831 megabytes
- Size WMA version1170 megabytes
- Formats:DTS MMF AC3 AU MP4 AUD
Warner Music's attempt at a definitive CD, released in 1997, features all the obvious mega-hits, from "(Theme From) The Monkees" through "Pleasant Valley Sunday. The rest of the material making up this 25-track release is comprised of the band's lesser-known songs. By no means is it just the renowned tracks that stand out on Here They Come. While its not the perfect Monkees compilation, this is perhaps as in depth as any casual fan would want. The band's feel-good pop/rock styling will please any true music fan, and Here They Come: The Greatest Hits of The Monkees is one of the finest releases to offer a window into their career.
Theme From) The Monkees.
Complete your The Monkees collection.
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.
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.
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Includes all of the group's Top 10 single sides, their '80s comeback singles, rare material, and an informative booklet packed with plenty of photos! Certified at 500 thousand units by the RIAA. it was like whooooosh and I was 16 again. Great fun. However, with both Davey and Peter gone it is a bittersweet treat.
More Greatest Hits of the Monkees is a 1982 greatest hits compilation album of songs by the Monkees, assembled and released by Arista Records. Rather than featuring strictly hit singles, the collection instead featured music from their television series, which was still airing in syndication around the US. 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. When Rhino Records reissued the entire Monkees catalog during 1995, this and all previous Monkees greatest hits compilations were deleted. Saturday's Child" (David Gates) (true stereo on LP, mono on CD). "Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)" (Neil Diamond) (CD and LP feature same mix). For Pete's Sake" (Peter Tork, Joseph Richards) (CD and LP feature same mix).
Four Monkees songs are attributed to Neil Diamond. They are "I'm a Believer," "Lookout, Here Comes Tomorrow," "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You," and "Love to Love. The first two appear on the Monkees' second album, More of the Monkees. A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" was only released as a single and does not appear on any original album (but does appear on most compilations). Love to Love" was not.
CreditsBob Alcivar - Arranger
Jeff Barry - Arranger, Producer
Tommy Boyce - Arranger, Composer, Producer
Neil Diamond - Composer
Micky Dolenz - Composer, Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Chip Douglas - Producer
Gerry Goffin - Composer, Producer
Jerry Goldstein - Composer
Bobby Hart - Composer, Producer
Douglas Farthing Hatlelid - Composer, Producer
Bill Holman - Arranger
Bones Howe - Arranger, Production Concept, Sounds
Davy Jones - Percussion, Vocals
Carole King - Composer
Jerry Leiber - Composer
Barry Mann - Composer
The Monkees - Primary Artist, Producer
Michael Nesmith - Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (12 String), Producer, Vocals
Roger Nichols - Composer
Harry Nilsson - Composer
Joey Richards - Composer
John Stewart - Composer
Mike Stoller - Composer
Peter Tork - Composer, Harpsichord, Organ, Piano, Vocals
Cynthia Weil - Composer
Paul Williams - Composer
|1||(Theme From) The Monkees Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:21|
|2||I'm a Believer Neil Diamond||The Monkees||2:47|
|3||Last Train to Clarksville Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:46|
|4||Daydream Believer John Stewart||The Monkees||2:58|
|5||(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:21|
|6||I Wanna Be Free Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:26|
|7||A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You Neil Diamond||The Monkees||2:49|
|8||She Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:39|
|9||Randy Scouse Git Micky Dolenz||The Monkees||2:33|
|10||Mary, Mary Michael Nesmith||The Monkees||2:16|
|11||The Girl I Knew Somewhere Michael Nesmith||The Monkees||2:35|
|12||Forget That Girl Douglas Farthing Hatlelid||The Monkees||2:25|
|13||For Pete's Sake Joey Richards / Peter Tork||The Monkees||2:12|
|14||Pleasant Valley Sunday Gerry Goffin / Carole King||The Monkees||3:09|
|15||Listen to the Band Michael Nesmith||The Monkees||2:30|
|16||Daily Nightly Michael Nesmith||The Monkees||2:30|
|17||Cuddly Toy Harry Nilsson||The Monkees||2:40|
|18||Words Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:50|
|19||Love Is Only Sleeping Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil||The Monkees||2:31|
|20||Someday Man Roger Nichols / Paul Williams||The Monkees||2:40|
|21||D.W. Washburn Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller||The Monkees||2:49|
|22||It's Nice to Be With You Jerry Goldstein||The Monkees||2:52|
|23||Porpoise Song Gerry Goffin / Carole King||The Monkees||4:10|
|24||Tear Drop City Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:00|
|25||Valleri Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart||The Monkees||2:19|