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Dolenz Jones Boyce & Hart Import


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The Monkees (Michael Nesmith, Davy Jones, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork) were pulled together in order to star in a successful comedy television show first aired on NBC in 1966.

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  • Audio CD (September 26, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: El Records
  • ASIN: B000A6SXX0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #148,458 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Right Now
2. I Love You (And I'm Glad That I Said It)
3. Teenage In Love
4. Sail On Sailor
5. It Always Hurts More In The Morning
6. Moonfire
7. You Didn't Feel That Ways Last Night (Don't You Remember)
8. Along Came Jones
9. Savin' My Love For You
10. I Remember The Feeling
11. Sweet Heart Attack
12. Sweet Heart Attack - The Monkees

Editorial Reviews

Almost immediately after the demise of the Monkees in 1970, there was industry clamor for a reunion and publisher Christian Dewalden came forward with an offer to finance the project. In 1975, a kind of pseudo-Monkees was created enlisting the services of original Monkees Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones plus gifted songwriting team Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart (perhaps best known for penning the first number one hit for the Monkees, 'Last Train to Clarksville', but in fact responsible for a large chunk of the Monkees music). The album is dominated by Mickey Dolenz, whose writing and vocals are excellent, and was originally released in 1976. El. 2008.

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3.7 out of 5 stars

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Shane D. Worden on October 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Well, the good news is that the DJB&H Capitol album is finally out on a legit. CD label. I seriously thought that nobody was ever going to see any interest in reissuing this album on CD. And there IS some good music here. Songs like "Remember The Feeling" and "Right Now" have that happy go lucky Monkee "sound". Even "You And I" was remade, (with a completely different arrangement), on JUSTUS, the Monkees reunion album with the elusive Mike Nesmith in 1996. The album in and of itself is definitely worth a listen.

However, this reissue of the project is in serious need of some sonic TLC. Anyone who listens to this CD will easily be able to tell that it was recorded off a vinyl copy of the album, hence my three star rating. It's a shame that nobody has taken the time to locate the masters and do a proper job of remastering this recording in it's entirety. Several of the tracks do appear on the Boyce And Hart Anthology import album, (also available here on Amazon), and those tracks do sound better to my ears than what they do here.

Buy this if you're a Monkee completist who has been waiting for somebody to wake up and release the Capitol album. Skip it if you're perfectly happy with the vinyl and/or the previously available CD-R bootleg copies of the recording.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By thehammer on April 4, 2009
Format: Audio CD
One of the "Monkees" lost albums. Reissue efforts by Arista and Rhino have ignored this recording, probably because of the fact it was not billed officially as a Monkees work, and because Capitol records apparently still owns it, which would mean paying licensing fees which they may have perceived demand for the record did not warrant. Most unfortunate, as most fans seem to have a special place in their hearts for this record. It is obvious that this DJBH was aimed at the same audience, and would almost certainly have been called a "Monkees" release had the rights to the name been available. Almost everyone involved had been a part of the original Monkees sessions in the past. On the Monkees first five albums, their most commercially successful ones, Dolenz and Jones were usually featured, and spent as much time being backed by Boyce and Hart and some of their studio cohorts as they did being supported by Nesmith and Tork. The substance of Nesmith and Tork's contributions is sometimes missed here, but the album has an upbeat spirit and appeal that recalls their glory days, and is absent from almost every post '60's Monkees album (including 1987's POOL IT!, where the "energy" of the record comes across as stiff and unconvincingly as a forced smile). DJBH is light, and fluffy in places, but never-the-less is often times more sophisticated than some of the group's previous efforts, and manages to sound in ways sonically more mature. The influence of the Bee Gees, by then the "topper-most-of-the-popper most" is often amusing. Dolenz and Jones sound as though they can't sing one or two of the songs with a straight face.
There are numerous highlights here, already well covered by others, that will make your toes tap and bring a smile to your face as well as any of the 1960's Monkees cannon.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By John Crotty on January 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
In 1976 Monkees Micky Dolenz & Davy Jones along with songwriters Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart produced the only studio album of DJBH. To showcase the album the band performed Right Now & I Remember the Feeling, my favorite song of 1976, on American Bandstand that year.

Many feel this recording is the best post 1960s Monkees related album. Mr. Dolenz gives audio testimony as to why a lot of people feel he's one of the all-time great vocalists in Rock & Roll history.

A 2005 English import, the sound quality is above average (I suggest cranking the volume up to make up for lost sound). Don't let the not quite sonically sound album keep you from going on this half Monkees audio adventure!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Stafford on April 27, 2011
Format: Audio CD
PLEASE try to locate the master tapes to this unappreciated masterpiece (Minus "Along Came Jones")! This is the 35th Anniversary of this great album and no one releases a "listenable copy! PLUS, it would be great to hear the unreleased "Sail On Sailor" with a bonus verse (by Micky I've heard)! I would be happy with just the original 12 Tracks from the master tapes. Even my old 8 Track sounds better! I also have it on LP from the US and Japan and the Japanese sounds incredible! If I owned "Cherry Red" Records, I wouldn't have released this until I had the master tapes in my hand. I have plenty other Cherry Red CD issues that sound awesome! Packaging and sound quality is unsurpassed! Unfortunately, "Dolenz, Jones Boyce & Hart" sounds like a copy from a copy of a beat up cassette. It being DJB&H's 35th anniversary and The Monkees 45th, now is the time to do the research! Contact Andrew Sandovol at Rhino or someone in charge of Capitol's masters. Do it while the market is up to buy!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ronald L. Cohen on September 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The listing shows the first song as "Right Now I Love You (And I'm Glad That I Said It)". This is actually the first two selections. The first is "Right Now" and the second is "I Love You (And I'm Glad That I Said It)". Anyhow, I have not played this record for some time but I do remember that the second selection, "I Love You (And I'm Glad That I Said It)" is by far the best selection on the album. It should have been a hit in it's own right. Also the selection "You and I" was re-recorded on the Monkees' 1996 30th Anniversary album "Justus". It was rearranged with an additional verse, and was better on "Justus". Still I felt it was a pretty decent album all things considered.
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