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Infinite Tuesday

Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff by Michael Nesmith My rating: 4 of 5 stars (This will be crossposted to my blog and Goodreads — apologies to those who read my blog via the Goodreads feed and will thus see it … Continue reading

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Micky Dolenz at the Cavern

Most British cities are palimpsests. Turn the corner from a row of 1960s council houses, and you’re equally likely to run into a thirty-story glass skyscraper or a medieval cathedral. And those cities have microcommunities, often only a few streets … Continue reading

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Good Times!

We are here, and we’re going to have a good time, like we’ve been before… supposedly. The Monkees’ new album, Good Times, comes out next week, but if you’re in Canada, or know how to use a VPN, it’s available … Continue reading

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The Monkees: She Makes Me Laugh

So we have the first Monkees single in twenty-nine years, written by Rivers Cuomo of Weezer and produced by Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne. I just wrote this on Tumblr and it’s long enough that I thought it would … Continue reading

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What We Currently Know About The New Monkees Album

Four days ago, my friends at Naked Persimmon posted a long list of everything we know about the Monkees’ plans for this year — their tour, album, and Blu-Rays. However, even since then, we’ve had new information about the album, … Continue reading

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