Instant Replay from Spain:
another one from the Philippines:
EP cassette from Scoop in the UK:
Found a variation on the Sheet Music:
Early copies of "Last Train To Clarksville" from October 1966 are missing the
"DON KIRSHNER, Executive in charge of music" credit found on the front and on page two.
Just about done with updating all the 7 inch records to label only pics.
Got Japan and the USA to go. The biggest for last!
Newly discovered single from the Philippines:
Forget That Girl b/w Sunny Girlfriend
Also some more sheet music:
Happy Nez Day:
I'm very excited to find this Quad 4 LP from Japan
The LP jacket is probably only VG due to alot of wear and browning due to poor storage conditions,
but the vinyl is in excellent condition.
and more sheet music:
At the local record store today I found a cassette version of the Silver Eagle mail order only LP:
These are hard to find as most people bought the LP.
Another Italian LP:
These Italian LPs are weird; their first LP uses the USA's 2nd LP cover (below) and they included the mega-hits
"I'm A Believer" and "Steppin' Stone", pushing some of the other songs to next LP.
Then the above "More Of The Monkees" has "Pleasant Valley Sunday" and "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You"
(plus their B-sides) on them plus the first LPs "Let's Dance On".
I need to get a copy of "Headquarters" to see how that one turns out!
Another sheet music, "Your Auntie Grizelda"
2 LPs from Italy:
German Instant Replay:
I've created a link for the LPs under each country, so the albums are easier to find.
I'll eventually do that with the CDs and tapes too.
I'm about half way done with converting all the 7 inch records to label-only pictures.
Some Nez sheet music
Unbelievably, I've found a 3rd picture sleeve variation on the Australian SHE EP:
Can you spot the differences?
Promo from Spain:
These promo letters are hard to find.
Newly discovered cassette singles from Arista:
More sheet music: