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Pleasant Valley Sunday - The Monkees - Then & Now... The Best Of The Monkees (CD)

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  1. Find release reviews and credits for Then & Now The Best of the Monkees - The Monkees on AllMusic - - The best of the single-CD collections, with
  2. Check out Then & Now The Best Of The Monkees by The Monkees on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on grizhalnamorsibumiwalonmopechand.xyzinfo(59).
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  4. This album contains the same front and back images as the later release, but the title is simply The Best of the Monkees (missing the Then & Now) and there are no liner notes. This rare version of the album has 24 tracks, closer to the lineup on the Then & Now CD .
  5. "Pleasant Valley Sunday" is a song by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, most famous for the version recorded by the Monkees in Goffin's and King's inspiration for the name was a street named Pleasant Valley Way, in West Orange, New Jersey where they were living at the time. The road follows a valley through several communities among the Watchung Mountains.
  6. superb original digitally remastered 25 track best of compilation released by arista records in ! as well as containing all the hits, then & now featured 3 new tracks that were the first new monkees recordings in over a decade!!! tracklisting: 1. (theme from) the monkees, 2. last train to clarksville, 3. take a giant step, /5(59).
  7. In addition to being among the combo's best-selling sides, "Pleasant Valley Sunday" was also included on the Monkees ' fourth LP. Keen-eared listeners will note several distinct discrepancies between the rpm and LP mixes, such as alternate backing vocals and audibly discernible differences in the trippy fade.
  8. – The Monkees (I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone: A6 – The Monkees: A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You: A7 – Micky Dolenz & Peter Tork: Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere: B1 – Micky Dolenz & Peter Tork: That Was Then, This Is Now: B2 – The Monkees: The Girl I Knew Somewhere: B3 – The Monkees: Pleasant Valley Sunday.

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