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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 mid-1960s
Changes (CD, Album, Mono, RE). Rhino Records (2), EastWest Japan. Michael Nesmith left The Monkees in March 1970 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. One or two outtakes dating back to 1966 were lifted from the shelf.
Changes is the ninth and final Colgems studio album released by the Monkees. Issued in June 1970 as COS-119 after the departure of Mike Nesmith from the group, it featured the Monkees as a duo-Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones-with little collaboration between the two. Seven of the album's twelve selections were written by Jeff Barry, most with co-writers Andy Kim or Bobby Bloom, including both sides of the single, "Oh My My" b/w "I Love You Better". 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 signed in the mid-1960s. The album's title had originally been considered for the Monkees' movie (released in 1968), and a song with that title (cowritten by Jones with Steve Pitts) had been recorded. The movie was retitled Head, however, and the song was shelved, remaining unreleased until the 1990s. Changes reunited Jones and Dolenz with producer Jeff Barry, who now had his own successful record label, Steed Records.
The Monkees is the first album by the band the Monkees. It was released in October 1966 by Colgems Records in the United States and RCA Victor in the rest of the world. It was the first of four consecutive . number one albums for the group, taking the top spot on the Billboard 200 for 13 weeks, after which it was displaced by the band's second album. It also topped the UK charts in 1967. The Monkees has been certified quintuple platinum by the RIAA, with sales of over five million copies.
Band Name The Monkees. Erscheinungsdatum 1970. Labels WEA Rhino Records Colgems Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Oh My My. 2. It's Got to Be Love. 3. You're So Good to Me.
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. It's not a bad album at all, in fact it's one of their more well-produced and executed efforts, due to producer Jeff Barry.
The album's title had originally been considered for the Monkees's movie (released in 1968), and a song with that title (cowritten by Jones with Steve Pitts) had been recorded. Changes was reissued in December 1986 by Rhino Records (RNLP-70148), as were all of the original Monkees albums that year, and made a belated entry into the Billboard album charts, reaching
Features Song Lyrics for The Monkees's Changes album. The Monkees Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular The Monkees Lyrics.
|A1||Oh My My||2:59|
|A2||Ticket On A Ferry Ride||3:25|
|A3||You're So Good To Me||2:30|
|A4||It's Got To Be Love||2:22|
|B1||Tell Me Love||2:35|
|B2||Do You Feel It Too?||2:33|
|B3||I Love You Better||2:26|
|B4||All Alone In The Dark||2:49|
|B6||I Never Thought It Peculiar||2:24|
|COS-119||The Monkees||Changes (LP, Album)||Colgems||COS-119||US||1970|
|R2 71798||The Monkees||Changes (CD, Album, RE)||Rhino Records||R2 71798||US||1994|
|FRM-119||The Monkees||Changes (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Friday Music||FRM-119||Russia||2012|
|FRM-119||The Monkees||Changes (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Friday Music||FRM-119||US||2012|
|FRM 119||The Monkees||Changes (CD, Album, RE)||Friday Music||FRM 119||US||2011|
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