The Monkees ‎– Summer Of Love

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Rhino Records (2) ‎– RCV1 560059
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A1 Pleasant Valley Sunday (Single Version)
Written-By – Gerry Goffin / Carole King*
A2 She
Written-By – Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart*
A3 Porpoise Song (Theme From Head) (Single Version)
Written-By – Gerry Goffin / Carole King*
A4 Words
Written-By – Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart*
A5 Star Collector
Written-By – Gerry Goffin / Carole King*
A6 Birth Of An Accidental Hipster
Written-By – Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller
B1 Take A Giant Step
Written-By – Carole King / Gerry Goffin*
B2 Love Is Only Sleeping
Written-By – Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil*
B3 Randy Scouse Git
Written-By – Micky Dolenz
B4 Tapioca Tundra
Written-By – Michael Nesmith
B5 Saturday's Child
Written-By – David Gates
B6 For Pete's Sake
Written-By – Joseph Richards, Peter Tork

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The Psychedelic Side Of The Monkees. 12 Track Collection on Pink & Green Splatter Vinyl.
Rhino Compilation - part of the 1967 Summer Of Love marketing campaign.

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  • Barcode (printed): 0 81227 93747 8

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
081227937478, RCV1 560059 The Monkees Summer Of Love(LP, Album, Comp, Pin) Rhino Records (2), Rhino Records (2) 081227937478, RCV1 560059 UK & Europe 2017 Sell This Version
R2 560059 The Monkees Summer Of Love(CD, Comp) Rhino Records (2) R2 560059 US 2017 Sell This Version

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Startedwitha45

Startedwitha45

September 29, 2020
edited 4 months ago

Uneven compilation, but the record is pretty. Crackling throughout on my new copy. "For Pete's Sake" is fried in sibilance.
leftypem

leftypem

November 8, 2017

Great songs, as always, but a terrible compilation, given the theme. The band had far more "psychedelic" material than what is on display here, and if its focus was on the "Summer of Love" then it should have stuck to tracks from '67. Good music, but an inconsistent theme.