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The Monkees - Greatest Hits

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1
(Theme from) The Monkees
00:02:19

Bobby Hart, Producer, Organ, Backing Vocals, Writer - Tommy Boyce, Producer, Backing Vocals, Writer - Louie Shelton, Guitar - Michael Nesmith, Guitar, Backing Vocals - The Monkees, MainArtist - David Hassinger, Audio Recording Engineer - Davy Jones, Guitar, Backing Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Drums, Lead Vocals - Peter Tork, Guitar, Backing Vocals - Billy Lewis, Drums - Gene Estes, Percussion - HANK CICALO, Audio Recording Engineer - Larry Taylor, Bass Guitar - Ron Hicklin, Backing Vocals - Wayne Erwin, Guitar, Backing Vocals - Gerry McGee, Guitar - Jack Keller, Producer - Don Kirshner, Music

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1966 Rhino Entertainment

2
Last Train to Clarksville
00:02:46

Bobby Hart, Producer, Writer - Tommy Boyce, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, Writer - Louie Shelton, Electric Guitar - Michael Nesmith, Backing Vocals - The Monkees, MainArtist - David Hassinger, Audio Recording Engineer - Davy Jones, Backing Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Lead Vocals - Peter Tork, Backing Vocals - Billy Lewis, Drums - Gene Estes, Tambourine - HANK CICALO, Audio Recording Engineer - Larry Taylor, Bass Guitar - Wayne Erwin, Electric Guitar - Gerry McGee, Electric Guitar - David Walters, Percussion

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1966 Rhino Entertainment for the U.S and WEA International for the world outside.

3
I Wanna Be Free
00:02:26

Bobby Hart, Producer, Writer - Tommy Boyce, Producer, Writer - Louie Shelton, Acoustic Guitar - Michael Nesmith, Backing Vocals - The Monkees, MainArtist - Dave Hassinger, Audio Recording Engineer - MICHEL RUBINI, Harpsichord - Davy Jones, Lead Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Backing Vocals - Peter Tork, Backing Vocals - HANK CICALO, Audio Recording Engineer - Bonnie Douglas, Violin - Gerry McGee, Acoustic Guitar - Myra Kestenbaum, Viola - Paul Shure, Violin - Fred Seykora, Cello

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1966 Rhino Entertainment

4
I'm a Believer
00:02:43

The Monkees, MainArtist - Neil Diamond, Acoustic Guitar, Writer - Jeff Barry, Producer - Davy Jones, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Producer, Backing Vocals - Peter Tork, Backing Vocals - Buddy Salzman, Drums

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1967 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

5
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
00:02:26

Bobby Hart, Producer, Organ, Backing Vocals, Writer - Tommy Boyce, Producer, Backing Vocals, Writer - Louie Shelton, Guitar - The Monkees, MainArtist - Micky Dolenz, Producer, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals - Billy Lewis, Drums - Larry Taylor, Bass Guitar - Wayne Erwin, Guitar, Backing Vocals - Gerry McGee, Guitar

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1967 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

6
A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You
00:02:51

Al Gorgoni, Guitar - The Monkees, MainArtist - Hugh McCracken, Guitar - Neil Diamond, Backing Vocals, Writer - Jeff Barry, Producer - Davy Jones, Lead Vocals - HANK CICALO, Engineer - Dick Bogart, Engineer - Herb Lovelle, Drums - Stan Free, Clavinet - Arthur Butler, Organ - Ray Hall, Engineer - Don Thomas, Guitar - Thomas Cerone, Tambourine - Lou Mauro, Bass Guitar - Richi Schmitt, Engineer

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1967 Rhino Entertainment

7
Pleasant Valley Sunday
00:03:15

Michael Nesmith, Electric Guitar, Background Vocals - Bill Chadwick, Acoustic Guitar - The Monkees, MainArtist - Carole King, Writer - Gerry Goffin, Writer - Davy Jones, Backing Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Drums, Timpani, Lead Vocals - Peter Tork, Organ, Piano - HANK CICALO, Engineer - Chip Douglas, Producer, Bass Guitar - EDDIE HOH, Drums, Percussion

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1967 Rhino

8
Words
00:02:57

Bobby Hart, Writer - Tommy Boyce, Writer - Michael Nesmith, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Background Vocals - The Monkees, MainArtist - Davy Jones, Chimes, Backing Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Peter Tork, Organ, Lead Vocals - HANK CICALO, Audio Recording Engineer - Chip Douglas, Producer, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - EDDIE HOH, Drums - Pete Abbott, Audio Recording Engineer

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1967 Rhino

9
Daydream Believer
00:03:07

Jerry Williams, Percussion - Bill Martin, Percussion - Pete Candoli, Trumpet - Michael Nesmith, Guitar - The Monkees, MainArtist - Earl Palmer, Drums, Percussion - Milt Holland, Percussion - Don Randi, Piano - Mike Deasy, Guitar - Davy Jones, Lead Vocals - Peter Tork, Piano - HANK CICALO, Engineer - Chip Douglas, Producer, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Piano - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - Gerry McGee, Guitar - Shorty Rogers, Arranger - EDDIE HOH, Drums - Richard Leith, Bass Trombone - Al Porcino, Trumpet - Jack Sheldon, Trumpet - Max Bennett, Bass Guitar - Buddy Childers, Trumpet - Edgar Lustgarten, Cello - Marvin Limonick, Violin - George Kast, Violin - John Stewart, Writer - David Duke, French Horn - Alex Murray, Violin - Frederick Seykora, Cello - John Cave, French Horn - Arthur Maebe, French Horn - Marie Fera, Cello - Samuel Freed, Violin - Al Hendrickson, Guitar - Erno Neufeld, Violin - George Roberts, Trombone - Manuel Stevens, Trumpet - Pete Abbott, Engineer - Richard Noel, Trombone - Philip Teele, Bass Trombone - Jacquelin Lustgarten, Cello

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1968 Rhino Entertainment

10
Valleri
00:02:21

Jerry Williams, Percussion - Bobby Hart, Writer - Tommy Boyce, Writer - The Monkees, Producer, MainArtist - Earl Palmer, Drums, Percussion - Milt Holland, Percussion - Don Randi, Piano - Mike Deasy, Guitar - Davy Jones, Lead Vocals - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - Gerry McGee, Guitar - Marion "Buddy" Childers, Trumpet - Jack Sheldon, Trumpet - Max Bennett, Bass - Edgar Lustgarten, Cello - Marvin Limonick, Violin - George Kast, Violin - David Duke, French Horn - Alex Murray, Violin - Frederick Seykora, Cello - John Cave, French Horn - Arthur Maebe, French Horn - Marie Fera, Cello - Samuel Freed, Violin - Al Hendrickson, Guitar - Erno Neufeld, Violin - George Roberts, Trombone - Jacqueline Lustgarten, Cello

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1968 Rhino Entertainment

11
Porpoise Song (Theme from "Head")
00:03:06

Michael Nesmith, Vocals - Danny Kortchmar, Guitar - The Monkees, MainArtist - Russ Titelman, Conductor, Cymbals - Carole King, Writer - Gerry Goffin, Producer, Writer - Leon Russell, Keyboards - Davy Jones, Backing Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals - Peter Tork, Keyboards - JOHN HOENIG, Percussion - Ken Bloom, Guitar - Jerry Scheff, Upright Bass - Max Bennett, Upright Bass - Jules Jacob, Brass, Woodwind - CHRIS HINSHAW, Engineer - Douglas Lubahn, Bass Guitar - Jim Hughart, Upright Bass - Jacqueline Lustgarten, Cello - David Filerman, Cello - Gregory Bemko, Arranger, Cello - Jan Kelly, Cello - Mike Ney, Drums, Percussion - Ralph Shuckett, Conductor - William Hinshaw, Horn - Bill Hinshaw, Brass, Woodwind - Clyde Hoggan, Upright Bass

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1968 Rhino Entertainment

12
For Pete's Sake (Closing Theme)
00:02:12

Joseph Richards, Writer - Michael Nesmith, Electric Guitar, Organ - The Monkees, MainArtist - Davy Jones, Tambourine, Background Vocals - Micky Dolenz, Drums, Lead Vocals - Peter Tork, Electric Guitar, Writer, Background Vocals - HANK CICALO, Engineer - Chip Douglas, Bass - Douglas Farthing Hatlelid, Producer

© 2002 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1976 Rhino Entertainment

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