Added chart positions for the German LPs (the first 5 charted) and updated
the charts for the UK singles and albums.

The 'official' charts in the UK for that time period was from "Record Retailer",
and "The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees" did not chart.
However it did chart in the "New Music Express" at number 7.



Live at the Troubadour for the First National Band Redux:

Nice liner notes from Nez and thanks to Ben Belmares for these photos!



Test copy from the only German RCA EP or "Little LP":

This EP was used in jukeboxes and patterned after the two USA six track Little LPs. 

However this German disc just features their hit singles to that point.
Curiously, this test copy has "Daily Nightly" in place of "Pleasant Valley Sunday".



The first Mexican EP stamped "Radio Mil". This is one of the most popular
AM radio stations in Mexico City that is still going strong today.


Finally found a promo copy of "Road To Love"; his last single
on Bell records in Japan.

Now if I could only find the promo copy of "Do It In The Name Of Love".


A store hanger for "Daydream Believer"

Used on peg hooks for stores that lacked racks for display. The staple holes
didn't do the sleeves any favors, but if you still had a sealed copy
(which this is not), that would be worth something.

If you ever picked up a Colgems sleeve and wondered why
it had staple holes in it...this could be why.