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thank-your-lucky-stars:

From a Japanese Monkees photo book. 
Via The Monkees Live Almanac. 

Davy Jones is 200% done with everyone’s shit right now…

(Pic via the Monkees Live Almanac.)

my-mind-candy:

Monkees, 1967. Photographer: Henry Diltz.

my-mind-candy:

Monkees, 1967. Photographer: Henry Diltz.

(Source: thevinyldistrict.com)

Based on your knowledge, which of the Monkees do you think was the easiest to get along with and generally the nicest? snbtashtnb

Well, because you used the word “was,” we’re assuming you are referring to the ’60s Monkees, as opposed to the present day (and please note that our answer would be very different if we were talking about current day Monkees). But as to who was the easiest to get along with/generally the nicest in the ’60s? Peter. Peter just always seemed very chill and friendly and willing to help a friend out (the whole “peace love” hippie thing helped, too). Also, in all likelihood, he was probably too high to ever be angry or mean to anyone. So that is why (in our estimation) Peter was the nicest Monkee in the ’60s.

Are there any Monkees songs that feature the cello? I'm sure there probably are but I'm not familiar with many of their lesser-known songs. Thanks. :) ladylikeadove

Hi there! There is indeed a Monkees song that features the cello—just one, as far as we know. It’s called “Shades of Gray” and is from the Monkees’ third album, Headquarters. You can listen to it HERE. :)

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psychojello:

Rare Monkees photo contact sheet, 1967. Click to enlarge.

psychojello:

Rare Monkees photo contact sheet, 1967. Click to enlarge.

psychojello:

You Don't Have To Be Hip To Enjoy The Monkees...

psychojello:

You Don't Have To Be Hip To Enjoy The Monkees...

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