Editors’ Notes The Monkees were cute pinups created for television, but their songs made them stick. Little pop nuggets, their early singles are like little pieces of silver and gold. A team of genius songwriters helped create those hits, including Neil Diamond and Carole King. The Monkees involved a preeminent team of arrangers, musicians, and producers, and their recordings stand alongside the Beach Boys as some of the preeminent products of the Los Angeles studio scene. At the same, the “Pre-Fab Four” eventually proved their musical legitimacy in later years with bold forays into psychedelia and country-rock.

SONG
ALBUM
(Theme From) The Monkees [Remastered]
2:19
 
I'm a Believer (2006 Remastered Original Stereo Version)
2:47
 
Last Train to Clarksville (Remastered)
2:44
 
Me & Magdalena
3:33
 
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (2006 Remastered Original Stereo Version)
2:26
 
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You (Mono Single Mix)
2:36
 
She (2006 Remastered Original Stereo Version)
2:38
 
The Girl I Knew Somewhere
2:32
 
Mary, Mary (2006 Remastered Original Stereo Version)
2:17
 
I Wanna Be Free (Remastered)
2:24
 
Porpoise Song (Theme from "Head")
2:40
 
Cuddly Toy
2:39
 
Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow) (2006 Remastered Original Stereo Version)
2:16
 
Papa Gene's Blues (Remastered)
1:59
 
Words
2:51
 
Listen to the Band
2:41
 
Saturday's Child (Remastered)
2:40
 
Circle Sky (Live Version)
2:24
 
Shades of Gray
3:22
 
Take a Giant Step (Remastered)
2:31
 
For Pete's Sake (Closing Theme) (Album Version)
2:11
 

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