Tag: The Monkees

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Listmania, Music

Popdose 2010: Will Harris’s Top Albums and Songs

I don’t even know why I’m here, frankly. I think it’s pretty well documented that all I do these days is write about...

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Music, Podcast

The Popdose Podcast: Episode 15

In a world filled with awkward family holiday reunions, three men gather to remind you that it could be worse: you could be a Brady or...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Monkees, “Head” (Deluxe Edition)

Will Harris praises Rhino Handmade's reissue of the Head soundtrack and the Monkees songs contained therein, but the album as a...

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The Weekly Mixtape

The Friday Mixtape: 6/18/10

D'ya like the Mamas & the Papas, the Association, Spanky and Our Gang, and other great '60s pop? Popdose produces a plethora of it in this...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: The Monkees, “The Birds, the Bees & the Monkees”

If there’s one thing you need to take into consideration when reviewing a release from Rhino Handmade, it’s this: don’t let yourself...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Various Artists, “Where the Action Is! L.A. Nuggets 1965 – 1968”

Just a week or so after tackling Rhino’s massive Big Star release, Keep An Eye on the Sky, I’m back writing about another huge...

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Mix Six, Music

Mix Six: “Mashups”

DOWNLOAD THE FULL MIX HERE Last week, I was trying to figure out the awkwardly titled decade called “The 2000s.”  Yes,...

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Lost in the '70s, Music

Lost in the ’70s: The Monkees, “Oh My My”

What happens when you take two Monkees out of the zoo? Why, 1970's Micky Dolenz/Davy Jones opus Changes, of course....

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Bootleg City, Music

Bootleg City: Nilsson

One of my favorite pebbles of pop-culture minutiae is that Curtis Armstrong, the actor who played Herbert Viola on Moonlighting in the late...

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Music, Why You Should Like...

Why You Should Like… The Monkees

Should the Monkees be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum? Certainly the argument that they began life as a solely commercial...