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They are largely spoken word with lots of larking around, although 1967’s does feature "Christmas Time (Is Here Again)", which if you are feeling generous you could describe as a song.These Christmas messages have been newly pressed as 7" coloured vinyl singles for this new limited edition box set.It also features tracks from Ty Dolla $ign, Migos, A$AP Rocky, Tom Morello, Alt-J, Lil Uzi Vert, and more.Directed by David Ayer, 'Bright' sees Will Smith as an LAPD officer who partners with an orc in the movie’s fantasy world."More Of The Monkees", super deluxe edition, was available on December 15th, 2017.was born in the rural outback of Bureå, Sweden, to hard working parents.Recorded in Arizona in 1967, these 10 tracks are The Monkees' earliest known live recordings.

Every track is newly mastered for this set, the live material is the most historically significant of their career", says Andrew Sandoval, who produced the set and wrote a new essay for its expansive booklet.

It also comes with a 16-page booklet with recording notes and reproductions of the fan club’s national newsletters, which were mailed to members with the holiday flexi discs.

"The Christmas Records" box set was released on December 15th, 2017.

”Bookmark” is co-produced by guitarist Billy Watts (Mojo Monkeys, Eric Burdon, Jennifer Warnes) together with Wimmer, and features lush, expert, storytelling guitar work from Watts, and the irresistible solid fun rhythm section of David Raven on drums (Mojo Monkeys, Keith Richards, Jim Lauderdale, Norah Jones) and Taras Prodaniuk on bass (Mojo Monkeys, Richard Thompson, Lucinda Williams).

The songs from ”Bookmark” are additionally accented with Wimmer's acclaimed musical mates in Switzerland, singer Suzie Candell, bassist Rodrigo Aravena, and multi instrumentalist Dänu Wisler. In honor of the 50th anniversary this year, we've super sized "More Of The Monkees" with a staggering 91 tracks, including 55 previously unreleased alternate takes, remixes, and newly discovered concert recordings from 1967, the band's earliest known live tracks, as well as a bonus 7" of "I'm A Believer" (Remix)/"(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone" (Vocals Only).

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