Alternate/Fantasy MONKEES albums

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by VeeFan64, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    rswitzer: Thanks for the kind words! Yeah, I love Michelle's work. If she's willing to do covers for my albums, that'd be terrific, but I'm not going to force her to do all that work just for me! :)

    TimM: Thank you! Yeah, I guess the nice thing is that the poor album choices left us with lots of fun to have rearranging them so many years later. So I should be grateful for that, at least! :D I wonder if Beatles fans have this much fun? I imagine that they already like the albums as is, so what would be the point in rearranging them?

    Wade: I really like the Instant Replay list! It's a smart idea to leave off all of the '66 stuff. And I agree with you about "Shorty Blackwell" being a Broadway tune! Every time I hear it, I imagine it being an overture to the play, with the entire cast singing, "I'm feeling very bad todaaaaaaaaaay . . ." :cool:
  2. scotlivingston

    scotlivingston Forum Resident

    More Of The Monkees:
    Side One:
    1. She
    2. Valleri
    3. Looking For The Good Times
    4. [I'm Not Your] Steppin' Stone
    5. Tear Drop City
    6. Words

    Side Two:
    1. Through The Looking Glass
    2. Don't Listen To Linda
    3. Kicking Stones
    4. Mr. Webster
    5. I Never Thought It Peculiar
    6. Apples, Peaches, Bananas and Pears
    7. Ladies Aid Society

    The Monkees Present:
    Side One:
    1. You And I
    2. Changes
    3. Someday Man
    4. Smile
    5. If I Knew
    6. French Song
    7. Time And Time Again

    Side Two:
    1. Alvin
    2. Tear The Top Right Off My Head
    3. Merry Go Round
    4. Long Title
    5. Lady's Baby
    6. Can You Dig It?
    7. Come On In
    8. Seeger's Theme

    Side Three:
    1. St. Matthew
    2. Propinquity
    3. Some Of Shelly's Blues
    4. Hollywood
    5. Good Clean Fun
    6. How Insensitive
    7. Listen To The Band

    Side Four:
    1. Just A Game
    2. Shorty Blackwell
    3. Midnight Train
    4. Little Girl
    5. Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye
    6. Rosemarie
    7. Mommy And Daddy
    8. Pillow Time
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  3. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    Excellent list, Scott! Good idea to just fix two of the albums, rather than going nuts and listing everything like I did. :D

    Just curious: Are you not a Mike or Peter fan? They're very unrepresented on your More of the Monkees.
  4. scotlivingston

    scotlivingston Forum Resident

    Oh no - not at all. I was just trying to keep the second album entirely in the hands of Boyce & Hart. Personally my first album mix would be all produced by Mike and go like this:

    Side One:
    1. All The King's Horses
    2. I Don't Think You Know Me At All (Micky's Vocals)
    3. The Kind Of Girl I Could Love
    4. Papa Gene's Blues
    5. Sweet Young Thing
    6. So Goes Love

    Side Two:
    1. [I Prithee] Do Not Ask For Love (Davy's Vocals)
    2. You Just May Be The One
    3. I Won't Be The Same Without Her
    4. Of You
    5. Propinquity (Demo Version)
    6. Mary, Mary
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  5. scotlivingston

    scotlivingston Forum Resident

    Side One:
    1. Oh My My
    2. It's Got To Be Love
    3. Lady Jane
    4. Ticket On A Ferry Ride
    5. You're So Good To Me
    6. Acapulco Sun

    Side Two:
    1. Tell Me Love
    2. I Love You Better
    3. All Alone In the Dark
    4. Do You Feel It Too?
    5. Do It In The Name Of Love
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  6. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    Sorry, it's been a busy month. I really enjoy your selections, Scott!

    Over in the "Barrel Full" thread, I mentioned that there's probably enough material between Pool It! and Justus for one good album. With that in mind, here's my ultimate modern playlist, including a couple of Then and Now tracks. (This fantasy album would have to be a CD, since there are too many songs for a vinyl.)

    1. Heart and Soul
    2. Every Step of the Way
    3. Regional Girl
    4. Since You Went Away
    5. That Was Then, This is Now
    6. (I'll) Love You Forever (not a favorite, but I need more Davy songs to balance the album out, and this one was a B-side to a single)
    7. Never Enough
    8. MGBGT
    9. Livin' on Lies (rare Pool It song)
    10. Circle Sky
    11. Whole Wide World
    12. Oh, What a Night
    13. Don't Bring Me Down
    14. Midnight
    15. Gettin' In
    16. Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
    17. You and I (1996)

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  7. scotlivingston

    scotlivingston Forum Resident

    I honestly wouldn't really change those albums. Not that they're really perfect or even necessarily good, but because they each have their own singular vision and purpose. What is most fascinating and frustrating about the Monkees' musical output is there are often many different factions fighting for supremacy on each album - whether it's within the foursome or between the foursome and Don Kirshner, or even between Kirshner's lackeys on the East Coast and Boyce & Hart in the west. I prefer to re-configure my albums so that each one has its own singular producer or intent. Hence I would re-do everything like this:

    (produced by Boyce & Hart)
    1. Theme From The Monkees
    2. Take A Giant Step
    3. Let's Dance On
    4. Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day
    5. This Just Doesn't Seem To Be My Day
    6. I Wanna Be Free (MLv2)

    7. I Wanna Be Free
    8. Saturday's Child
    9. I'll Be True To You
    10. I Can't Get Her Off Of My Mind (Bonus Track Version)
    11. Last Train To Clarksville
    12. Gonna By Me A Dog

    (produced by Michael Nesmith)
    1. The Kind Of Girl I Could Love
    2. All The Kings Horses
    3. Papa Gene's Blues
    4. I Don't Think You Know Me (Micky’s Vocals)
    5. Sweet Young Thing
    6. So Goes Love

    7. You Just May Be The One
    8. Prithee (Davy’s Vocals)
    9. I Won't Be The Same Without Her
    10. Of You
    11. Mary Mary
    12. Propinquity (Demo Version)

    (produced by Boyce & Hart)
    1. (I'm Not Your) Steppin’ Stone
    2. She
    3. Words (MLv2)
    4. Through The Looking Glass (MLv3)
    5. Tear Drop City (Instant Replay)
    6. Valleri (MLv2)
    7. Looking For The Good Times (Monkees Present)

    8. I'll Spend My Life With You (More of the Monkees bonus track)
    9. I Never Thought It Peculiar (Changes)
    10. Apples Peaches Bananas & Pears (MLv1)
    11. Don't Listen To Linda (More of the Monkees bonus track)
    12. Ladies Aid Society (Monkees Present)
    13. Mr. Webster (MLv2)
    14. Teeny Tiny Gnome (MLv1)

    (The Kirschner Version)
    1. Sometime In The Morning
    2. Hold On Girl
    3. I'm A Believer
    4. Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)
    5. Your Auntie Grizelda
    6. I Don't Think You Know Me (Peter’s Vocals)

    7. I'll Be Back Upon My Feet
    8. The Day We Fall In Love
    9. Laugh
    10. I’ll Be Back Up On My Feet (MLv2)
    11. When Love Comes Knocking At Your Door
    12. The Girl I Left Behind Me

    (produced by Jeff Barry)

    1. A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You
    2. 99 Pounds (Changes)
    3. You Can't Tie A Mustang Down

    4. If I Learned To Play The Violin
    5. She Hangs Out (MLv3)
    6. Love To Love

    1. You Told Me
    2. All Of Your Toys
    3. Peter Gunn's Gun
    4. Sunny Girlfriend
    5. The Girl I Knew Somewhere
    6. For Pete’s Sake
    7. Fever

    8. Early Morning Blues & Greens
    9. Zilch
    10. Shades Of Gray
    11. Forget That Girl
    12. Band 6
    13. No Time
    14. Randy Scouse Git

    1. Peter Percival Patterson’s Pet Pig Porky
    2. Pleasant Valley Sunday
    3. Salesman
    4. Hard To Believe
    5. What Am I Doing Hanging Round?
    6. Going Down
    7. Daydream Believer

    8. Love Is Only Sleeping
    9. Cuddly Toy
    10. Door Into Summer
    11. Daily Nightly
    12. Don’t Call On Me
    13. Star Collector
    14. Riu Chiu

    (produced by Michael Nesmith)
    1. Auntie's Municipal Court
    2. Circle Sky
    3. Nine Times Blue (Davy’s Vocals)
    4. While I Cry
    5. If I Ever Get To Saginaw Again (Davy’s Vocals)
    6. Carlisle Wheeling (MLv1)

    7. My Share Of The Sidewalk (MLv1)
    8. Magnolia Simms
    9. Daddy’s Song
    10. Tapioca Tundra
    11. War Games (MLv1)
    12. Writing Wrongs

    CHANGES: The Movie Soundtrack
    (produced by Davy Jones)
    1. Changes (MLv1)
    2. The Girl I Left Behind Me (Instant Replay version)
    3. Ceiling In My Room
    4. War Games (BB&M Box Set – Version Two)
    5. Dream World

    6. We Were Made For Each Other
    7. It's Nice To Be With You
    8. The Poster
    9. The Party
    10. I'm Gonna Try


    SIDE ONE (produced by Boyce & Hart)
    1. Valleri
    2. PO Box 9847
    3. Through The Looking Glass
    4. Don't Listen To Linda
    5. Me Without You
    6. Storybook Of You (MLv1)

    7. D.W. Washburn
    8. Shake 'Em Up
    9. Don't Say Nothing Bad ‘Bout My Baby
    10. I'll Be Back Upon My Feet
    11. Porpoise Song
    12. As We Go Along
    13. Steam Engine

    1. Propinquity
    2. Don't Wait For Me
    3. Hollywood
    4. Some Of Shelly's Blues
    5. The Crippled Lion
    6. How Insensitive
    7. Good Clean Fun
    8. Listen To The Band
    9. St Matthew

    1. Lady's Baby
    2. Merry Go Round
    3. Seeger's Theme
    4. Long Title
    5. Alvin
    6. Can You Dig It? (Peter’s Vocals)
    7. Tear The Top Right Off My Head
    8. Come On In
    9. Prithee
    1. Shorty Blackwell
    2. Rosemarie
    3. Just A Game
    4. Mommy & Daddy
    5. Zor & Zam
    6. Midnight Train
    7. Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye
    8. Little Girl
    9. Pillow Time

    1. Smile
    2. You And I
    3. Penny Music
    4. If You Have The Time
    5. French Song
    6. If I Knew
    7. Time And Time Again
    8. Someday Man
    9. Man Without A Dream

    (produced by Michael Nesmith)

    1. You're So Good
    2. Oklahoma Backroom Dancer
    3. Little Red Rider
    4. Calico Girlfriend Samba
    5. Never Tell A Woman Yes
    6. Down The Highway (f.k.a. Michiagn Blackhawk)
    7. Angel Band

    SIDE TWO (unfinished Instrumentals)
    8. Thirteen is Not Our Lucky Number
    9. Lynn Harper
    10. Thank You My Friend
    11. Suzanna Sometime
    12. Omega
    13. London Bridge
    14. The Bus That Never Comes
    15. ’Till Then
    16. Tommy Blue
    17. Michigan Blackhawk
    18. Good Afternoon
    (produced by Jeff Barry)

    1. Oh My My
    2. Ticket On A Ferry Ride
    3. You’re So Good To Me
    4. It’s Got To Be Love
    5. Acapulco Sun
    6. Lady Jane

    7. Tell Me Love
    8. Do You Feel It Too?
    9. I Love You Better
    10. All Alone In The Dark
    11. Do It In The Name Of Love
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  8. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    I honestly wouldn't really change those albums. Not that they're really perfect or even necessarily good, but because they each have their own singular vision and purpose.

    Well, it's not like we can go back in time and actually change any of the albums anyway. :) But I think that changing Pool It/Justus is just as valid as any of the revisions that you listed (which I do like, btw).
  9. rswitzer

    rswitzer Forum Resident

    Golden, CO USA
    Suppose I want to make a "New Millenium" Monkees CD. I have Rays by Nez and Peter's recordings with and w/o his band. What have Micky & Davy released (if anything) newly recorded post 2000?
  10. brainwashed

    brainwashed Forum Hall Of Fame

    Boston, MA
    Mickey has several solo albums released this decade. King For A Day and Remember from 2010 and last year. Davy released a couple of one-off singles... a song called Mr. Wong from 2000, Leavin' It Up To You 2003 and I believe a few more, but I'm forgetting the titles. I think he released an album called Just Me in 2001 (no idea what's on it). Ron
  11. music4life

    music4life Forum Resident

    South Elgin, IL
    Micky's had two new albums out in the past couple of years. "King for a Day" which is a Carole King Tribute album, and "Remember" which is an album of cover songs that influenced him.
  12. rswitzer

    rswitzer Forum Resident

    Golden, CO USA
    Right. I HAVE those Micky CDs and totally forgot. I think Davy is going to be the tough one to find recordings for. I think I have Just Me and will check it out. Thanks.
  13. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    Ooh, that sounds fun! Let us know what you come up with, rswitzer!

    I've often wanted to create an "album" out of the pre-1965 stuff for the guys, and also an album for the post-1970 to pre-1985 stuff, but I've never gotten around to it.
  14. rswitzer

    rswitzer Forum Resident

    Golden, CO USA
    I just ordered Davy's "She" CD. I know there's enough stuff that I like on Mike, Micky, & Peter's CDs so I think this actually has some potential.
  15. Eobard Thawne

    Eobard Thawne Forum Resident

    Davy had a few others, mostly released on his site.
  16. rswitzer

    rswitzer Forum Resident

    Golden, CO USA
    OK, it was a tough challenge, but I think I made a listenable Monkees “New Millennium” playlist.

    I started with Davy. His 2 CDs “Just Me 2” & “She” are pretty terrible. It’s Davy going through the motions with someone playing all the instruments on a cheesy keyboard. Uninspired stuff. Fortunately, I found 2 songs on i-tunes. “Amore” which is pretty good and, “Your Personal Penguin” which is a fun kid’s tune. “She” was the only tolerable tune off his 2 CDs IMO.

    Peter’s CDs are more fun, but Peter’s vocals are . . . an acquired taste. “Bound to loose” is a decent tune and it has Peter on Banjo. I tried to stay away from remakes, but this version of “For Pete’s Sake” is pretty good. I didn’t take anything from the 1st Blue Suede shoes CD, but I took “Easy Rider” from his most recent CD with James Stanley. Nice harmonies.

    Mike only released “Rays” and about half those tunes are instrumentals. I stuck to songs with vocals, choose my 3 favorites and had to edit the fades since on the CD many songs run together. The CD is very unMonkee but I think the 3 I picked don’t stick out too bad.

    Micky’s 2 CD’s were “King For A Day” & “Remember”. I like the second much better. Again, I tried to stay away from remakes (“Prithee” is really good though). I like the 2 non-covers from Remember so I picked them.

    Although I had my doubts along the way, overall I think this playlist works. Try it! All the songs are on i-tunes.

    1. Many Years - Mickey Dolenz

    2. Bound To Loose - Peter Tork And Shoe Suede Blues

    3. Boomcar - Michael Nesmith

    4. Do Not Ask For Love - Mickey Dolenz

    5. Amore - Davy Jones

    6. For Pete's Sake - Peter Tork And Shoe Suede Blues

    7. Quiet Desperation - Mickey Dolenz

    8. She - Davy Jones

    9. East Rider – James Lee Stanley & Peter Tork

    10. Rays - Michael Nesmith

    11. Crying In The Rain (Featuring Coco Dolenz) - Micky Dolenz

    12. Your Personal Penguin - Davy Jones

    13. There It Is - Michael Nesmith

    14. Remember - Mickey Dolenz
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  17. wayne66

    wayne66 Forum Resident

    Good idea. I like this idea of continuing The Monkees into the 21th century. I am unfamilar with much of these songs. I do not have any of Davy's or Peter studio album, I do have Mike's Rays album and both of Micky's albums. I have not listened to them very much. Micky's latest works best when we do not have songs to compare it to. I prefer earlier Monkee songs to Micky's remakes etc. Good call on avoiding the remakes. As far as good quality Davy songs, did you consider Davy's Just Me album from 2001. It got great reviews. When I get this album I would either use it for either for the millenium album or for the Justus album. Make Justus a double album. It apparently was recorded closer to 1996's Justus sessions. I am not sure yet.
  18. rswitzer

    rswitzer Forum Resident

    Golden, CO USA
    I did not use Davy's Just Me since I believe it was pre-2000. Some of the tunes on Just Me 2 were remixes of the songs from Just Me and I wasn't impressed. I did enjoy the 2 Davy singles I found on i-tunes!
  19. pacandj

    pacandj Forum Resident

    springfield, nj
    Because of the spottiness of the Monkees recent solo works, it's tough to get a good mix, however, the '80's/early '90's offers a treasure trove of good pop songs for a pre-Justus compilation. If you own Davy's Just For The Record, Micky's Demoiselle, Pete's Stranger Things Have Happened and Nez's The Newer Stuff, you can go nuts, the songs sound oddly cohesive too because of the guys (ahem) love of the synthesizer. This is mine, I cheated a bit by including the "group cut" Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere from 1986, but there are more Monkees on Peter's Milkshake than that one, so who cares:
    After Your Heart - Davy
    Eldorado To The Moon - Mike
    It's The Season - Micky
    Sea Change (Take Me Down) - Peter
    Hangin' By A Thread - Davy
    Tanya - Mike
    Lonely Weekends - Micky
    Take A Giant Step - Peter
    Baby, You'll Soon Be Sixteen - Davy
    Magic - Mike
    Beverly Hills - Micky
    Tender Is - Peter
    She Believes - Davy
    Light - Mike
    Piston Power - Micky
    Milkshake - Peter
    Don't Go - Davy
    I'll Remember You - Mike
    Not That Bad - Micky
    Stranger Things Have Happened -Peter
    It's Now - Davy
    Carioca - Mike
    Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere - Micky
    Higher and Higher - Peter
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  20. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    Wow. Excellent job, rjswitzer! A lot of thought and time got put into that. I should try listening to that playlist someday!

    Yours was also very creative, pacandj!
  21. wayne66

    wayne66 Forum Resident

    That is what I thought. Even though it(Just Me) was released in 2001(I think), it was recorded much earlier. Good job. I like how you kept it to 14 songs like a good Beatles or Monkees album from the 60s.:wave:P.S. Good job on everybody's list. It is fun to make new Monkees albums. They had so much quality material that was not released in the 60s. It is a joy.
  22. rswitzer

    rswitzer Forum Resident

    Golden, CO USA
    I'm one of those who thinks the song order is important, so I tried to make this list flow well. All we need is for Michelle66 to design a cover!
  23. Hep Alien

    Hep Alien Forum Resident

    New York City
    rswitzer and pacandj, both excellent work :righton:

    I posted this a year ago, but it went unnoticed, so here it is again...

    I have been working on this for years, so I submit several works in progress from Monkees' fantasy land, hastened by the good earth's loss of David Thomas Jones:

    First, I would make minor changes to Pool It!
    I would remove Secret Heart (Brian Fairweather/Martin Page) 3:43, She’s Movin’ in with Rico (Andrew Howell) 3:19 and Counting on You (Alan Green) 3:47
    I would add MGB-GT (Peter Tork) 2:35, That Was Then, This is Now (Vance Brescia) 4:04 and Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere (Dick Eastman/Bobby Hart) 3:57

    Side One (20:35)
    Heart and Soul (Simon Byrne/Andrew Howell) 3:53
    Long Way Home (Dick Eastman/Bobby Hart) 3:49
    (I’d Go the) Whole Wide World (Eric Goulden) 2:55
    MGB-GT (Peter Tork) 2:35 non-LP B-side, technically recorded live in concert, so what?
    That Was Then, This is Now (Vance Brescia) 4:04 1986 A-side
    Every Step of the Way (Ian Hunter/Mark Clarke) 3:19
    Side Two (20:56)
    Don't Bring Me Down (Tom Teeley/Glenn Wyka) 3:37
    Gettin' In (Peter Tork) 3:01
    Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere (Dick Eastman/Bobby Hart) 3:57 should have been the next 1986 A-side
    (I'll) Love You Forever (David Jones) 3:20
    Midnight (? David) 4:27 does anyone know this songwriter’s first name?
    Since You Went Away (Michael Levine) 2:34

    And a bonus 1983 album; a precursor to Pool It!, grouping together the best of the post-Dolenz, Jones, Boyce and Hart/The Point studio sessions for Micky, Davy & Peter:
    Side One (18:15)
    It's Now (Peter Doyle) 4:00
    Love Light (John Brown/Gerald Brown) 2:58
    Can She Do It (Like She Dances) (Steve Duboff/Gerry Robinson) 3:42
    To Be or Not to Be (Terry Britten/Brian Robertson) 3:05
    How Do You Know? (Bobby Heatlie) 2:41
    I Truly Understand (Traditional) 1:49
    Side Two (19:08)
    Piston Power (Micky Dolenz) 2:18
    You Don't Have to Be a Country Boy (Tommy Boyce/Davy Jones) 2:32
    Alicia (Micky Dolenz) 4:15
    Rainbows (Chip Douglas) 2:55
    Beverly Hills (Micky Dolenz) 3:23
    Higher and Higher (Raynard Miner/Carl Smith/Gary Jackson/Billy Davis) 3:45

    If you want to be more creative, mix in Mike’s post Infinite Rider songs, collected on The Newer Stuff CD:
    Total Control (Michael Nesmith) 3:55
    Tanya (Michael Nesmith) 4:15
    I'll Remember You (Michael Nesmith) 3:55
    Eldorado to the Moon (Bill Martin) 2:49
    Formosa Diner (Michael Nesmith) 3:50
    Dreamer (Michael Nesmith) 4:45
    Tahiti Condo (Michael Nesmith) 3:54
    Chow Mein and Bowling (Bill Martin) 3:24

    Other songs to consider (and I still am):
    Walkin' in the Sand (Michael Nesmith) 3:09, Rollin' (Michael Nesmith) 3:30, Dr. Duck's Super-Secret All-Purpose Sauce (Michael Nesmith), So in Love With You (David Jones) 3:25, Manchester Boy (David Jones) 2:16, Baby, You'll Soon Be Sixteen (Alan Green), Baby, Hold Out (David Jones/Andy Sears) 4:21, One Man Woman (Doug Trevor) 2:59, Wich Mama (Peter Tork), Tender is (Peter Tork), Hi Babe (Peter Tork), El Salvador (Nick Thorkleson), Good Looker (Riley Cummings)

    Next up is a 1994 album; the follow-up to Pool It! and precursor to Justus without Michael’s participation in the sessions. I used David's Incredible, Micky's Demoiselle, a couple of Peter's albums among other releases...:
    Side One (22:30)
    It’s the Season (Micky Dolenz) 2:47
    Easy Rider (Peter Tork) 3:35
    Make the Woman Love Me (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil) 4:34
    Moonbeam Song (Harry Nilsson) 3:13
    Only Dreaming (Eric Goulden) 3:14
    Not That Bad (Micky Dolenz) 2:46
    Little Girl (Peter Tork) 2:31
    Side Two (23:47)
    Lonely Weekends (Micky Dolenz) 3:25
    Hangin' by a Thread (Jerry Goldsmith) 3:47
    Sea Change (Peter Tork) 4:02
    She Believes (John Stewart) 3:40
    Remember (Harry Nilsson) 3:17
    Tender is (Peter Tork) 3:20
    Manchester Boy (David Jones) 2:16

    Also, does anyone know who wrote Wasn't in the Cards (from the old Peter Tork Project days)?I emailed Peter in 2011 and asked him who wrote this song, but received no reply.

    Alternatively, my Fantasy version of Justus, if I was the boss (sorry Papa Nez, no songwriting from you!) I am still not in love with the sequencing, but I will continue to tinker...
    Never Enough (Dolenz) Lead Vocal: Dolenz
    Oh, What a Night (Jones) Lead Vocal: Jones
    Little Girl (Tork) Lead Vocal: Tork (Once Again)
    It's the Season (Dolenz) Lead Vocal: Dolenz (Demoiselle)
    You and I (Dolenz/Jones) Lead Vocal: Jones
    Unlucky Stars (Dolenz) Lead Vocal: Dolenz
    Manchester Boy (Jones) Lead Vocal: Jones (Just For The Record)
    Lonely Weekends (Dolenz) Lead Vocal: Dolenz (Demoiselle)
    Easy Rider (Tork) Lead Vocal: Tork (Once Again)
    Not That Bad (Dolenz) Lead Vocal: Dolenz (Demoiselle)
    Run Away from Life (Tork) Lead Vocal: Jones
    It's My Life (Dolenz) Lead Vocal: Dolenz
    I Believe You (Tork) Lead Vocal: Tork
    It's Not Too Late (Jones) Lead Vocal: Jones

    Corrections? Thoughts? Marshmallows? :help::cry:
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  24. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    Wow. Great lists! Sorry that I don't know the answers to any of your questions, but you did a really creative job with those album listings.
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  25. HolsteMan

    HolsteMan Forum Resident

    Chicago, IL, USA
    Scott, looking back through this thread, I see that I didn't give you enough credit for all your hard work in this thread. I said I liked it, but you really put a tremendous amount of thought and creativity into how you split up those albums. Well done!
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