New one from Singapore:
First one without the Monkees on the picture sleeve, but always nice to find something new.
Completed the Arista CDs and the Rhino reissues from the '90s, including the Missing Links series and the Live '67 and Greatest Hits.
Found an nice promotional card dated March 1970 for the later releases in Germany:
Nice to see the 'Hey Hey With The Monkees" single mentioned.
Found a promo copy of Headquarters, in all my years of looking I had never run across one. Since HQ didn't have a single to support it, perhaps it didn't get as much airplay. There were no promo copies made for the first 2 singles plus Valleri; I had just assumed HQ didn't have one either. Nice to be proven wrong!
Created a 12" Single/EP page for what I have so far.
Finally found the last USA record label variation: the 'Oh My My' from the Hollywood pressing plant, which is easy to spot with the RCA symbol at the bottom in a circle. There must have been a seriously low print run for this record!
For me, this completes all the USA singles and the major (and minor) variations in picture sleeves and labels. I'm not finding too many 45s anymore, so I'm taking what time I have to post up pics of the USA CDs and the BVCA CDs from Japan.
Davy Jones's Girl/Rainy Jane on red vinyl. Picture sleeve is the same as the green vinyl. Demand seems really low for this one.
Also added the USA 12" single from Arista:
Completed the initial CD Singles/EPs pages. Thats all I know of so far. Further research beckons...