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8 thoughts on “ I Never Thought It Peculiar - The Monkees - Changes (CD, Album)

  1. Bagor
    This article is a stub. You can help The Monkees Wiki by expanding it. "I Never Thought It Peculiar" (Boyce–Hart) Composers Tommy Boyce Bobby Hart Producers Tommy Boyce Bobby Hart Publishers Screen Gems–Columbia Music, Inc. Magic Dolphin Music, Inc. Performance rights BMI Album Changes.
  2. Gardagal
    May 24,  · Michael Nesmith left The Monkees in March to form The National Band, reducing the group to a duo consisting of Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones to record one last album. The Monkees as a duo was a sad affair, the album the two recorded was an even sadder affair. The two dutifully added their vocals to a number of prerecorded tapes.
  3. Bralmaran
    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).
  4. Akinolmaran
    Changes is the ninth studio album by the Monkees. The album was issued after Michael Nesmith's exit from the band, leaving only Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones to fulfill the recording contract they had signed in the mids. Changes was their last new album for Colgems Records and the group's last album of all new material until 's Pool It.
  5. Sanos
    Changes by The Monkees Colgems # (COS STEREO) June 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. 99 Pounds (Mono Mix) 7. Tell Me Love 8. Do You Feel It Too? 9. I Love You Better All Alone In The Dark Midnight Train I Never Thought It Peculiar.
  6. Arashilabar
    Tracks 1 to 12 released as Changes, Colgems #, 6/ Track First issued on Missing Links, Rhino # (CD reissue), 9/ Tracks 14 and Released as Bell single # "Do It In The Name Of Love" by Davy Jones and Mickey {sic} Dolenz, 4//5(7).
  7. Virg
    Calling their final album Changes made sense for the 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.
  8. Dikora
    The Monkees final album during their first run () released in June At this point, only Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones remain in the group as Peter Tork had left in December and Michael Nesmith in March Changes was produced by Jeff Barry (who produced I'm A Believer, the Monkees' biggest hit back in ) and was recorded in New York.