The Monkees Instant Replay 180g LP (Red Vinyl)
The Monkees Instant Replay 180g LP (Red Vinyl)
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Friday Music
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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The Monkees Instant Replay 180g LP (Red Vinyl)

The Monkees

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FRMLP1130
UPC:
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Limited Edition Red Vinyl!
180g Audiophile Vinyl Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso From Original Colgems Records Tapes!


The Monkees have been one of the world’s most enduring rock and pop acts of all time. Since their beginnings in 1966, their television show, multiplatinum albums, hit singles and concert tours truly made The Monkees one of the most colossal stories in the music business. In 1969, Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz went back to the studio as a trio this time and recorded the classic Instant Replay album. Noted for their hit single Tear Drop City, this masterwork also found The Monkees reuniting with the production team of Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart for several of the tracks as well as previous team Monkees writers like Carole King and Neil Sedaka, and highly touted producers like Bones Howe (The Association/Tom Waits) and Shorty Rogers and resulted in some of the finest collaborations ever with this superstar act. Instant Replay also offered the first look at Michael Nesmith’s experimental and groundbreaking recording sessions in Nashville as well as solid compositions from all three Monkees.

Opening up with the pop rocker Through The Looking Glass, Micky Dolenz is on top of his game vocally with a brilliant background of horns, Bobby Hart on piano and guitar work by legends Keith Allison (Paul Revere & The Raiders) and Gerry McGee (The Ventures/John Mayall). A major fan favorite, this classic was performed at many of the reunion concerts over the years. The late great Davy Jones belts out another Boyce and Hart classic with the haunting ballad Don’t Listen To Linda. The tune truly resonated with the fans back then and continues to be one of the more appreciated classics in his long list of time tested Monkees favorites. Carole King and Gerry Goffin’s I Won’t Be The Same Without Her features a strong vocal performance by Michael Nesmith and the stunning guitar work of both Monkees’ Peter Tork and Glen Campbell. A real summer time feeling song, this track would be a nice bridge to Micky Dolenz’s orchestral masterpiece Just A Game.

It is no secret that Michael Nesmith was a fan of country music, but also lauded as one of the first pioneers of the country rock genre, not only with his contributions to the earlier Monkees’ recordings as far back as Papa Gene’s Blues, even for other noted artists like Linda Ronstadt for whom he penned her first smash single Different Drum. For the Instant Replay album, Nesmith ventured to Nashville’s RCA Studios and cut Don’t Wait For Me, the first released tune from his now famous Nashville sessions. With the fusion of country studio players and the voice and guitar of Michael Nesmith, The Monkees again were on the forefront of this new genre and would continue with this groundbreaking sound ever more so into future classics like The Monkees Present.

As the sixties would come to a close, Davy Jones would also contribute his major impact on the generation with his truly hip and psychedelic masterpiece You And I. Noted for its hard rock opening to Side Two, the track also features the stunning lead guitar textures of Neil Young who recently departed with The Buffalo Springfield. More favorites like Mike Nesmith’s While I Cry is one of the artist’s finest compositions of the era. With Mike’s beautiful acoustic guitar work and help from friends like Harry Nilsson, this ballad would truly become one of the more enduring songs from this 1969 classic Monkees album.

Neil Sedaka and Carol Bayer Sager contribute one of the classiest Monkees ballads ever with The Girl I Left Behind Me. Once again, the late great Davy Jones provides a superstar vocal second to none, with a soulful orchestra fill and band setting featuring the production and skillful piano work of Neil Sedaka, while Micky Dolenz would close out the album with his classic Shorty Blackwell. The whimsical tale of Micky’s cat and a nod to his friends The Beatles’ A Day In The Life, Shorty Blackwell would take almost a year to record and feature a bevy of the original wrecking crew of Hollywood musicians like drummer Jim Gordon (Eric Clapton/Traffic), Tommy Tedesco on guitar and even his sister Coco Dolenz on vocals. This track along with the other eleven tunes make this one of the more enduring and loved albums in the superior catalog Monkees classics.

Friday Music is honored to continue The Monkees Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Series with the re-release of their 1969 masterwork Instant Replay. Mastered by Joe Reagoso from the original Colgems Records tapes at Friday Music Studios, this first time audiophile vinyl release is being offered for a very short time on limited edition red vinyl as well as a first time gatefold cover presentation. The Monkees...Instant Replay...First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Release...LIMITED EDITION RED VINYL...from your friends at Friday Music!

Features:
• Limited Edition
• Red Vinyl
• 180g Audiophile Vinyl
• Mastered from Original Stereophonic Colgems Records Tapes
• Mastered by Joe Reagoso
• First time gatefold cover

Musicians:
Davy Jones
Michael Nesmith
Micky Dolenz

Selections:
1. Through the Looking Glass
2. Don't Listen to Linda
3. I Won't Be the Same Without Her
4. Just A Game
5. Me Without You
6. Don't Wait For Me
7. You and I
8. While I Cry
9. Tear Drop City
10. The Girl I Left Behind Me
11. A Man Without A Dream
12. Shorty Blackwell
Description
Limited Edition Red Vinyl!
180g Audiophile Vinyl Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso From Original Colgems Records Tapes!


The Monkees have been one of the world’s most enduring rock and pop acts of all time. Since their beginnings in 1966, their television show, multiplatinum albums, hit singles and concert tours truly made The Monkees one of the most colossal stories in the music business. In 1969, Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz went back to the studio as a trio this time and recorded the classic Instant Replay album. Noted for their hit single Tear Drop City, this masterwork also found The Monkees reuniting with the production team of Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart for several of the tracks as well as previous team Monkees writers like Carole King and Neil Sedaka, and highly touted producers like Bones Howe (The Association/Tom Waits) and Shorty Rogers and resulted in some of the finest collaborations ever with this superstar act. Instant Replay also offered the first look at Michael Nesmith’s experimental and groundbreaking recording sessions in Nashville as well as solid compositions from all three Monkees.

Opening up with the pop rocker Through The Looking Glass, Micky Dolenz is on top of his game vocally with a brilliant background of horns, Bobby Hart on piano and guitar work by legends Keith Allison (Paul Revere & The Raiders) and Gerry McGee (The Ventures/John Mayall). A major fan favorite, this classic was performed at many of the reunion concerts over the years. The late great Davy Jones belts out another Boyce and Hart classic with the haunting ballad Don’t Listen To Linda. The tune truly resonated with the fans back then and continues to be one of the more appreciated classics in his long list of time tested Monkees favorites. Carole King and Gerry Goffin’s I Won’t Be The Same Without Her features a strong vocal performance by Michael Nesmith and the stunning guitar work of both Monkees’ Peter Tork and Glen Campbell. A real summer time feeling song, this track would be a nice bridge to Micky Dolenz’s orchestral masterpiece Just A Game.

It is no secret that Michael Nesmith was a fan of country music, but also lauded as one of the first pioneers of the country rock genre, not only with his contributions to the earlier Monkees’ recordings as far back as Papa Gene’s Blues, even for other noted artists like Linda Ronstadt for whom he penned her first smash single Different Drum. For the Instant Replay album, Nesmith ventured to Nashville’s RCA Studios and cut Don’t Wait For Me, the first released tune from his now famous Nashville sessions. With the fusion of country studio players and the voice and guitar of Michael Nesmith, The Monkees again were on the forefront of this new genre and would continue with this groundbreaking sound ever more so into future classics like The Monkees Present.

As the sixties would come to a close, Davy Jones would also contribute his major impact on the generation with his truly hip and psychedelic masterpiece You And I. Noted for its hard rock opening to Side Two, the track also features the stunning lead guitar textures of Neil Young who recently departed with The Buffalo Springfield. More favorites like Mike Nesmith’s While I Cry is one of the artist’s finest compositions of the era. With Mike’s beautiful acoustic guitar work and help from friends like Harry Nilsson, this ballad would truly become one of the more enduring songs from this 1969 classic Monkees album.

Neil Sedaka and Carol Bayer Sager contribute one of the classiest Monkees ballads ever with The Girl I Left Behind Me. Once again, the late great Davy Jones provides a superstar vocal second to none, with a soulful orchestra fill and band setting featuring the production and skillful piano work of Neil Sedaka, while Micky Dolenz would close out the album with his classic Shorty Blackwell. The whimsical tale of Micky’s cat and a nod to his friends The Beatles’ A Day In The Life, Shorty Blackwell would take almost a year to record and feature a bevy of the original wrecking crew of Hollywood musicians like drummer Jim Gordon (Eric Clapton/Traffic), Tommy Tedesco on guitar and even his sister Coco Dolenz on vocals. This track along with the other eleven tunes make this one of the more enduring and loved albums in the superior catalog Monkees classics.

Friday Music is honored to continue The Monkees Friday Music 180 Gram Audiophile Series with the re-release of their 1969 masterwork Instant Replay. Mastered by Joe Reagoso from the original Colgems Records tapes at Friday Music Studios, this first time audiophile vinyl release is being offered for a very short time on limited edition red vinyl as well as a first time gatefold cover presentation. The Monkees...Instant Replay...First Time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Release...LIMITED EDITION RED VINYL...from your friends at Friday Music!

Features:
• Limited Edition
• Red Vinyl
• 180g Audiophile Vinyl
• Mastered from Original Stereophonic Colgems Records Tapes
• Mastered by Joe Reagoso
• First time gatefold cover

Musicians:
Davy Jones
Michael Nesmith
Micky Dolenz

Selections:
1. Through the Looking Glass
2. Don't Listen to Linda
3. I Won't Be the Same Without Her
4. Just A Game
5. Me Without You
6. Don't Wait For Me
7. You and I
8. While I Cry
9. Tear Drop City
10. The Girl I Left Behind Me
11. A Man Without A Dream
12. Shorty Blackwell
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
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Artist
The Monkees
Title
Instant Replay
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Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
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1
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
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Direct to disc
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