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February 22, 2019



In 67, ‘I’m A Believer’ on RCA,

a US. No.1 and for four weeks, a No.1 in the UK.

And still in January 67 – ‘The Last Train To Clarksville’,

(also on RCA), a US. No.1, and a UK No.23 stay.


In 67, ‘A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You’,

on RCA, at UK No.3, did arrive.

With ‘Pleasant Valley Sunday’, on RCA, – a UK No.11,

and  ‘Daydream Believer’ – a US. No.1 and a UK No.5.


In 68, ‘Valleri’, still on RCA,

peaked at No.12 in the UK.

and also in 68, D.W. Washburn’, on RCA,

up to a UK No.17, made it’s way.


In 69, ‘Teardrop City’, again on RCA,

was a UK No.44 play,

and their last hit of 69, ‘Someday Man’,

on RCA, had a UK No.47 say.


In 80, ‘The Monkees EP’, on Arista,

rose to a UK No.33 view.

And in 86, ‘That Was Then This Is Now’, a UK No.68,

and in 89, ‘The Monkees EP’, again on Arista, a UK No.62.


Thank you for the ‘feel-good’ music.


Peter Tork     1942 – 2019.

Mike Nesmith     1942 – 2021.



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