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The Monkees - Instant Replay album mp3
AM Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Psychedelic Pop,Psychedelic/Garage,Bubblegum,Sunshine Pop
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    The Monkees
  • Title:
    Instant Replay
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    AM Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Psychedelic Pop,Psychedelic/Garage,Bubblegum,Sunshine Pop
  • Date of release:
    February 15, 1969
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  • Recording location:
    RCA Victor Studios, Nashville, TN
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    1577 megabytes
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    1875 megabytes
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    1740 megabytes
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Instant Replay (the Monkees album). Redirected from Instant Replay (The Monkees album)). Instant Replay is the seventh studio album by the Monkees. Issued six months after the cancellation of the group's NBC television series, it is also the first album released after Peter Tork left the group and the only album of the original nine studio albums that does not include any songs featured in the TV show from the original NBC run nor the CBS/ABC reruns.

Instant Replay was the seventh studio album by the Monkees, released by Colgems Records in 1969 as COS-113. The album features the single "Tear Drop City" and its B-side "A Man Without a Dream". The album reached on the Billboard 200.

Album · 1969 · 19 Songs.

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By: The Monkees (1969, Rock). More albums from The Monkees: The Monkees Present by The Monkees. Changes by The Monkees. The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees by The Monkees. Headquarters Sessions by The Monkees. Idolised, Plasticised, Psychoanalysed, Sterilised by The Monkees. Talk Downunder by The Monkees. The Monkees by The Monkees. Justus by The Monkees. View all albums . Instant Replay. By: The Monkees (1969, Rock). 1. Through The Looking Glass.

Pop Rock The Monkees. Band Name The Monkees. Album Name Instant Replay. Released date February 1969. Labels WEA Rhino Records Colgems Records.

Music Boxed Sets Handmade. CD. Release Date: 11/21/2011. 3 CDs featuring 87 tracks including 58 previously unreleased recordings, backing tracks and a generous selection of stereo and mono mixes for both album and non-album cuts. As a bonus, the set comes with a 45-rpm vinyl single that includes the one-of-a-kind acetate versions of "I Go Ape" and "(I Prithee) Do Not Ask For Love. Arranged by mixes, the first disc is dedicated to stereo and contains a newly remastered and restored transfer of the original album, expanded with 16 other stereo mixes.

Instant Replay is the seventh studio album by The Monkees  . Despite the single's poor chart performance, the album itself reached the top 40 at No. 3. lt;/p.

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Don Addrisi - Guitar
Keith Allison - Guitar
Red Baldwin - Composer
Max Bennett - Bass
George Berres - Violin
Hal Blaine - Drums
Tommy Boyce - Composer, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Harold Bradley - Guitar (Electric)
David Briggs - Piano
Bud Brisbois - Trumpet
James Burton - Guitar
Glen Campbell - Guitar
Conte Candoli - Trumpet
Jerry Carrigan - Drums
Al Casey - Guitar
Bill Chadwick - Composer, Guitar
Marion Childers - Trumpet
Gary Coleman - Percussion
Mike Deasy Sr. - Guitar
James A. Decker - French Horn
Vincent DeRosa - French Horn
Frank DeVito - Drums
Richard Dey - Bass
Justin DiTullio - Cello
Coco Dolenz - Vocals (Background)
Micky Dolenz - Composer, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Chip Douglas - Bass
David Duke - French Horn
Bobby Dyson - Bass
Bob Edmondson - Trombone
Wayne Erwin - Guitar
Alan Estes - Percussion
Victor Feldman - Percussion
Marie Fera - Cello
Sam Freed - Violin
Gerry Goffin - Composer
Jim Gordon - Drums
Lloyd Green - Guitar (Steel)
Bobby Hart - Composer, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Al Hendrickson - Guitar
William Hinshaw - French Horn
Fast Eddie Hoh - Drums
Milt Holland - Percussion
Bones Howe - Producer
Ian Hunter - Composer
Davy Jones - Composer, Producer, Vocals
Anatol Kaminsky - Violin
Nathan Kaproff - Violin
Armand Karpoff - Cello
George Kast - Violin
Carole King - Composer
Larry Knechtel - Keyboards
Bernard Kundell - Violin
Ronald Langinger - Flute
Bill Lewis - Drums
Marvin Limonick - Violin
Lloyd Luhman - Trumpet
Edgar Lustgarten - Cello
Jacqueline Lustgarten - Cello
Lew McCreary - Trombone
Gerry McGee - Guitar
Michael Melvoin - Piano
Ollie Mitchell - Trumpet
The Monkees - Primary Artist
Wayne Moss - Guitar (Electric)
Alex Murray - Violin
Ted Nash - Flute
Michael Nesmith - Composer, Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Erno Neufeld - Violin
Roger Nichols - Composer
Joe Osborn - Bass
Sonny Osborne - Banjo
Earl Palmer - Drums
Richard Perissi - French Horn
Joe Porcaro - Percussion
Norbert Putnam - Bass
Kurt Reher - Cello
Red Rhodes - Guitar (Steel)
Emil Richards - Percussion
George Roberts - Trombone
Nathan Ross - Violin
Jimmy Rowles - Keyboards
Michel Rubini - Harpsichord, Tack Piano
Carole Bayer Sager - Composer, Producer
Andrew Sandoval - Liner Notes
Neil Sedaka - Composer, Producer
Clifford Shank - Flute
Jack Sheldon - Trumpet
Louie Shelton - Guitar
Kenny Shroyer - Trombone
Eleanor Slatkin - Cello
Buddy Spicher - Fiddle
Joseph Stephansky - Violin
Larry Taylor - Bass
Tommy Tedesco - Guitar
Bobby Thompson - Banjo
Peter Tork - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Ray Triscari - Trumpet
David Walters - Percussion
Bob West - Bass
Jerry Williams - Percussion
Paul Williams - Composer
Neil Young - Guest Artist, Guitar

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Through the Looking Glass Red Baldwin / Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart / Ian Hunter The Monkees 2:42
2 Don't Listen to Linda Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart The Monkees 2:49
3 I Won't Be the Same Without Her Gerry Goffin / Carole King The Monkees 2:42
4 Just a Game Micky Dolenz The Monkees 1:49
5 Me Without You Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart The Monkees 2:11
6 Don't Wait for Me Michael Nesmith The Monkees 2:36
7 You and I Bill Chadwick / Davy Jones The Monkees 2:15
8 While I Cry Michael Nesmith The Monkees 3:01
9 Tear Drop City Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart The Monkees 1:59
10 The Girl I Left Behind Me Carole Bayer Sager / Neil Sedaka The Monkees 2:43
11 A Man Without a Dream Gerry Goffin / Carole King The Monkees 3:04
12 Shorty Blackwell Micky Dolenz The Monkees 5:46
13 Someday Man Roger Nichols / Paul Williams The Monkees 2:40
14 Carlisle Wheeling Michael Nesmith The Monkees 3:11
15 Rosemarie Micky Dolenz The Monkees 2:15
16 Smile Davy Jones The Monkees 2:20
17 St. Matthew Michael Nesmith The Monkees 2:44
18 Me Without You Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart The Monkees 2:12
19 Through the Looking Glass Red Baldwin / Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart The Monkees 2:48

With the exception of "Changes", this is the only album released in 1970 or earlier which I didn't hear any of the songs from this album until 2012. I'd heard "Through the Looking Glass", "I Won't Be the Same without Her", "You and I", "While I Cry", and "Shorty Blackwell" from the "Music Box" in 2013, and "Tear Drop City" and "A Man without a Dream" from "Monkeemania (The Very Best of the Monkees)" in 2012. Looking at the songs on this album, most of the songs are leftover from previous sessions."Through the Looking Glass" is a 1967-8 remake of a 1966 song recorded during the sessions for "More of the Monkees" and I got to say with the more interesting instrumentation they were right to re-record it. While I'm not saying they shouldn't have re-recorded "Don't Listen to Linda" or "The Girl I Left Behind Me", I can't say the versions presented here are the best versions, as a more superior outtake of "Don't Listen to Linda" exists from the sessions for "More of the Monkees", while a more superior outtake of "The Girl I Left Behind Me" exists from the sessions for "The Birds, the Bees, and the Monkees".It was a good idea to include "I Won't Be the Same without Her" from "The Monkees" sessions on this album. It makes up for the not necessarily bad but not particularly good Nashville song "Don't Wait for Me". "While I Cry" is better but out of the Nesmith sung tracks, I'd have to say "I Won't Be the Same without Her" is the best one from this album. "You and I" is a good electric rock song co-written and sung by David Jones. Pity none of the instruments were played by by The Monkees themselves."Just a Game" isn't bad but I can't help thinking that Dolenz had some other songs in the can that were just as good if not better. Namely two of my favourite Monkees songs "Rosemarie" and the Leiber & Stoller composition "Shake 'Em Up (and Let 'Em Roll)". Though come to think if it those two songs probably would seem a bit out of place had they been released on this album. "Shorty Blackwell" is a little weird in a positive way, but nonetheless pretty good, though not my absolute favourite.I can definitely see why some fans consider "Me without You" to be a rip off of The Beatles' song "Your Mother Should Know" though I can't really decide which is better myself. "Tear Drop City" is a pretty good song. I was actually surprised when I discovered that it dated from 1966 because it certainly doesn't sound out of place with the 1968 recordings. Though when I read about it, I could see what people mean by it being a "Clarksville clone". "A Man without a Dream" is a fairly good Broadway ballad with a vocal contributed by Davy.This album isn't as good as the first five albums in my opinion, though I can safely say that it's as good as the previous album "Head" which only about 50% of the album is filled with actual songs.
This is mainly an adult contemporary album, with mostly lower key and slower numbers and stronger production values. But this was 1969; Peter Tork had left, the TV show was cancelled and in reruns, and other bubblegum acts had taken the Monkees' audience. Their march through the wilderness was fully in progress by this time.Instant Replay essentially follows the same formula as the Birds, Bees & Monkees album; consisting mainly of solo sessions by the members, while throwing in a few unreleased tracks from their earliest sessions. Two tracks from Michael Nesmith's Nashville sessions finally see the light of day here, and Mickey Dolenz's material is respectable (with the exception of the over-produced, over-wrought "Shorty Blackwell"). But Davy Jones carries this album, for better or for worse, with morose ballads like "Don't Listen to Linda", "The Girl I Left Behind Me" and "A Man Without a Dream". He does turn in one outstanding track, the fierce acid-rocker "You and I" (with a Neil Young guitar solo).
"Instant Replay" found the band retreating to the past and, simultaneously, moving forward. Consisting of older tracks from as early as 1966, the album was the first taste of The Monkees without Peter Tork. Both Mike Nesmith and Micky Dolenz check in with some strong material here as does David Jones.Still, it was obvious that the trio were beginning to fray. The album didn't do well in the charts despite having some strong older ("Through The Looking Glass") and newer material ("Shorty Blackwell"). Nesmith game to the table with two strong tracks but, curiously, elected to use some older material ("I Won't Be The Same Without You") while he had considerably stronger and, indeed, great songs ("St. Matthew", "The Crippled Lion", "Carlisle Wheeling', "Hollywood") that would have elevated the album. Micky had one song entitled "Rosemarie" (really just a song fragment extended out by a soulful horn arrangement) that would have been better than some of the cover material that that he recorded.The boxed set includes all of Nesmith's Nashville sessions as well as the material recorded by Bones Howe (minus the vocals and the original masters for the TV special are missing) for the "33 1/3" NBC TV show. It's a pity that Tork didn't stick around as he had some strong material that didn't make the "The Birds, The Bees and The Monkees" that would have made this a much better album.As it is, "Instant Replay" (which rumor has it was originally intended to be a double album with each member receiving a side. You can assemble that album that never happened by taking the outtakes for "Birds" and "Head") as well as including the tracks that Nesmith recorded and didn't release at the time."The Monkees Present" would be a better album (despite the review from Allmusic included here) as Dolenz and Nesmith arrived with top notch material and Jones provided one strong original. The covers (some which were older material) were also quite good.