Monkees Tribute Page

Here are my own rendition of songs performed by the Monkees.
All songs are copyright by Colgems (Columbia Screen Gems) and RCA Records.
All vocals and instruments are of my own doing.

A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
Saturday's Child
Early Morning Blues and Greens
Shades of Gray
For Pete's Sake
Forget That Girl
She's Movin' In With Rico
Girl I Knew Somewhere
Sometime In the Morning
Hold On Girl
(I'm not your) Stepping Stone
I Can't Get Her Off My Mind
Sweet Young Thing
I'm A Believer
Kind of Girl I Could Love
What Am I Doin' Hanging 'Round
Last Train To Clarksville
When Love Comes Knocking At Your Door
Love Is Only Sleeping
Mary Mary
You Just May Be the One

You Told Me

I went to a Monkees concert at the Seattle Colosseum, in 1968. Except for the screaming of prepubescent girls, it was the best event I've ever attended.

If you are one of those who thinks the Monkees didn't play their own instruments or lip-synched the lyrics, you don't know the Monkees. All of them were Top Drawer musicians. While Davy Jones perhaps couldn't play anything in the beginning, he eventually learned. (Look at some YT videos of their live performances.) Peter Tork was classically trained. Michael Nesmith had always played the guitar. Mickey Dolenz never thought he was a decent drummer, but he is. While it's true that Colgem were using the boys as a front to make money, they demanded artistic rights, proving themselves to be at the top of their game. --Terry DeLaney