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Listen to the Band: Box Set Box set

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. (Theme From) The Monkees
  2. Last Train To Clarksville
  3. Take A Giant Step
  4. Saturday's Child
  5. I Wanna Be Free
  6. Papa Gene's Blues
  7. Sweet Young Thing
  8. Gonna Buy Me A Dog
  9. All The King's Horses
  10. I'm A Believer
  11. (I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone
  12. She
  13. Mary, Mary
  14. Your Auntie Grizelda
  15. Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)
  16. Sometime In The Morning
  17. I Don't Think You Know Me
  18. I'll Spend My Life With You
  19. I'll Be Back Up On My Feet

Disc: 2

  1. A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
  2. The Girl I Knew Somewhere
  3. She Hangs Out
  4. All Of Your Toys
  5. Love To Love
  6. You Told Me
  7. Forget That Girl
  8. You Just May Be The One
  9. Shades Of Gray
  10. For Pete's Sake
  11. No Time
  12. Randy Scouse Git
  13. Pleasant Valley Sunday
  14. Words
  15. Daydream Believer
  16. Goin' Down
  17. Salesman
  18. The Door Into Summer
  19. Love Is Only Sleeping
  20. Cuddly Toy
  21. What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?
  22. Daily Nightly
  23. Star Collector
  24. (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (Live Version)

Disc: 3

  1. Valleri
  2. Tapioca Tundra
  3. P.O. Box 9847
  4. Auntie's Municipal Court
  5. Zor And Zam
  6. Nine Times Blue
  7. Tear The Top Right Of My Head
  8. Carlisle Wheeling
  9. D.W. Washburn
  10. It's Nice To Be With You
  11. St. Matthew
  12. Porpoise Song
  13. As We Go Along
  14. Circle Sky (Live Version)
  15. Can You Dig It
  16. Long Title: Do I Have To Do This All Over Again
  17. Tear Drop City
  18. A Man Without A Dream
  19. Through The Looking Glass
  20. I Won't Be The Same Without Her
  21. You And I
  22. While I Cry

Disc: 4

  1. Listen To The Band
  2. Someday Man
  3. Good Clean Fun
  4. Mommy And Daddy
  5. Looking For The Good Times
  6. Some Of Shelly's Blues
  7. Steam Engine
  8. Oh My My
  9. I Love You Better
  10. Do It In The Name Of Love
  11. That Was Then, This Is Now
  12. Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
  13. Heart And Soul
  14. Gettin' In
  15. Every Step Of The Way

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 24, 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Box set
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B0000032HE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,640 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Henry R. Kujawa on November 19, 1999
Format: Audio CD
The Monkees are my #1 all-time favorite band. And this package may be the best overview of their material to be found in one place. Certainly, it's more than worth it for the large book with all those great photographs alone! But for the absolute purists, I should warn you-- many of the tunes here are somewhat remixed, and that can be jarring if you're used to what they "should" sound like. My recommendation is, if you're REALLY a Monkees fan-- skip this box, GO the whole route and get ALL the Rhino Monkees CDs! They were done after this, when Rhino had aquired all the master tapes, and are better in sound quality. Plus, how can you NOT want ALL their songs? I sure did!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brent Evans on December 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
It amazes me that to this day there are still those who dismiss the Monkees as "the cut price fab four who had everything handed to them on a silver platter".True,studio musicians were often employed;but these same musicians also played on recordings by The Beach Boys and The Mamas And the Papas(to name but two).It is true also that their first hits were written by professional songwriters;but,if this is such a crime,then I would like to be locked up for it.This box set takes us through the evolution of the Monkees:from the Don Kirshner years,up through the "band" period of HEADQUARTERS,journeying throgh the mindtrip of HEAD,and ending at the reunion of 1986-1987.LISTEN TO THE BAND contains all the hits,classic album tracks,unreleased songs and alternate versions that any Monkeephile would go ape for.As you listen to the songs you can hear the growth of Mickey,Mike,Peter and Davy as performers and songwriters/interpreters.The box set also includes an informative booklet with comments on the selected tracks,group history and never before seen pictures. LISTEN TO THE BAND gives a complete picture of who the Monkees were and their effect on the sixties rock scene;in a way that a mere "greatest hits" package never could.Invest in LISTEN TO THE BAND for a beginner's course in Monkeemania.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lovely to See You on July 31, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this box set in the early 90's with the complete and unapologetic intention of getting back to my roots. As the youngest of four siblings, the others all being much older than myself, I was exposed to the Monkees, Beatles, etc., for as long as I can remember. We always want to embrace our best memories, especially as we grow older and experience more of what life has in store for us. The Monkees are truly an ear candy happy place for a lot of people, and yours truly is no exception. I'm also happy to see that a so-called caricature band is being embraced by a lot of very young people here! Congratulations for discovering some very good music, regardless of what you may have heard.

It doesn't matter that the band started out as somebody's idea for a TV show aimed at the youth of the 60's. They had great songwriters like Boyce and Hart, King and Goffin, David Gates, and so on writing some very well-crafted, catchy-to-this-day songs that are still not being forgotten. That alone is proof positive against the arguments of all those dismissive naysayers. Let that make you say "I'm a Believer!"

The hits are all here from the TV show theme to 1986's not-so-great "Heart and Soul." I would like mostly to direct your attention to the first two discs in this four-cd collection, because there's not one bad song on either of them. Even the album tracks from that era are great, including when the band finally took over and began to write and play their own music under the tutelage of former Turtles member Chip Douglas (No, he is not the middle boy on My Three Sons, and he's not the brainchild behind Manheim Steamroller--his name is Chip Davis. And, yes, I write this because I kept getting confused about the name myself!:-D).
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Peter A. Greene VINE VOICE on May 12, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I guess it's okay finally to come out of the closet and admit to enjoying the Monkees. This collection is everything I could want from a box set. There's every major hit, every cool tune that wasn't a hit, several very interesting alternate versions, and some neat rarities to boot. On top of that, there's a beautiful book of notes-- great background tales, new material, and best of all (for me, anyway) meticulous notes about who played what, when. Regardless of how you feel about the concept of casting a band or 60's pop almost-bubble gum, how can anyone look at the listing of writers and players in this group's library and not be at least intrigued? For the Monkees fan who's too poor to buy every single cd separately, this is a great adition to the library.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By John A. Kuczma on April 27, 2000
Format: Audio CD
As a group, the Monkees defied either description or classification. Their music was too sterile and too obviously manufactured to be considered rock, but too well done to simply be brushed off as many in the music industry of the time tried to do.
This superb boxed set shows the many facets of the television inspired quartet. The music progresses from the bubble gum sound of the early days to the more mature and somewhat more polished productions of the middle years. It also includes the chaotic final year, when the group didn't seem to be quite able to figure out where or what they wanted to be musically.
There are many hidden gems in this collection. Most people are familiar with the major hits (I'm a Believer, Last Train to Clarksville, Not Your Steppin' Stone, et al), but the greatest enjoyment here will be in discovering the varied talents revealed in the secondary hits.
Mike Nesmith's country-flavored vocals are featured in cuts like You Just May Be the One, You Told Me and What Am I Doing Hanging Round?, while his insightful and questioning lyrics highlight offerings such as Love is Only Sleeping and Door Into Summer.
Mickey Dolenz is the true rocker of the quartet, or as close as any of them got, and his evolution from syruppy (but very good) harmonies like Sometime in the Morning to the psychedelic near-miss of Daily-Nightly clearly depicts the honest but sometimes clumsy efforts the group made to be taken seriously as rock musicians and lyricists.
Peter Tork is best known as the clown of the group, but listen carefully to his skilled banjo work in the aforementioned You Told Me and his soul-searching vocal in Shades of Grey.
Davy Jones was the teeny-bopper heartthrob of the Monkees, and that's about all he brought to the group.
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