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8 thoughts on “ Oh My My - The Monkees - Changes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Moogulrajas
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Changes on Discogs. Label: RCA - RPLS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: New Zealand • Genre: Pop • Style: Bubblegum.
  2. Sar
    Buy The Monkees - Changes [LP] [ Gram Vinyl, Limited Edition, Colored Vinyl] at nozzmindsickplagbobelcattsutavixisvo.coinfo Music: Oldies:
  3. Melkis
    Dec 12,  · I stirred up a bit of trouble the last time we discussed this album by saying "99 Pounds" was one of my favorite Monkees songs. Well, it still is. I like most of the other songs to varying degrees, too. The worst thing I can say about Changes is that there's a sense of melancholy about it knowing it was their last stand.
  4. Mikazil
    Calling their final album Changes made sense for the nozzmindsickplagbobelcattsutavixisvo.coinfo Nesmith had just departed, leaving only Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones to hold down the fort. The other big change was that after years of struggling to have their voices as songwriters and musicians heard, the remaining duo basically gave up and let the producers take over.
  5. Juktilar
    The Monkees Changes on Colored g LP Mastered by Joe Reagoso! As their ninth and last album from their hit making era, The Monkees Changes is one of their most desirable and collectable efforts fetching over $ for a mint copy.
  6. Goltizragore
    Basically, "Changes" is a Monkees album like the first two albums were; the Monkees (now reduced to a duo of Micky and Davy) were given a recording assignment, they went in and did their vocals and there you have a new album by The Monkees/5(48).
  7. Tasar
    Spawned by TV producers, the Monkees were the most successful artificially created band ever, both commercially and artistically. Pretty much every song here can be memorized in approximately two seconds because Carole King and Neil Diamond wrote half of them and we all know those two were like Mozart when it came to pop music. No Vinyl+CDR.
  8. Vosida
    Headquarters is the third album issued by the Monkees and the first with substantial songwriting and instrumental performances by members of the group itself, rather than by session musicians and professional songwriters. After a struggle for creative autonomy with their record label, the group had been allowed, to a degree, to record by themselves.

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