Nesmith's Nevada Fighter from Spain:
Thanks to Lisa Manekofsky for these great pics of The Monkees from the JCPenney catalog:
The magazine "Everybody's" proclaimed 1967 "The Year Of The Monkees" and discussed
their creation, marketing, musical ability (lack thereof), chart success and their upcoming Spring tour
which didn't actually happen until September, during their Far East Tour.
Some Promotional Aussie records:
Found a copy of the Head Pressbook. Page 10 talks about their records...
"Last Train To Clarksville" on RCA from Belgium.
I thought this was a German record
because the picture sleeve is the exact same
and the label is a very close match (it even has the upside down triangle with the "45" at the bottom).
There is no country listed on the label but I've done some comparisons with other bands on RCA
that were issued at that same time, to confirm this is from Belgium.
It's possible they were pressed in Germany, which would account for the similarities.
I'll have to do more research on this.
More Davy records!
All 3 from Colpix -
and from the UK, the Davy & Micky EP:
Has a small 'not for sale' promo sticker on the sleeve,
so maybe a dedicated promo sleeve wasn't issued for this record.
A stereo copy of "The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees" from France:
Promo CD of the Rhino Deluxe "Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd."
A postcard/sticker from the Rhino 1994 CD reissues. Did anyone get one of these in the mail?