Live 1967 (The Monkees album)
|Live album by The Monkees|
|Producer||Bert Schneider - Bob Rafelson|
|The Monkees chronology|
Live 1967 is a live album by The Monkees, compiled from show dates in Seattle, Portland and Spokane on their 1967 United States tour. The songs mostly feature the Monkees themselves singing and playing, although the "solo spots" for each member feature music by opening act The Sundowners.
In 2001, Rhino Handmade Records released all recordings from the Mobile, Spokane, Portland and Seattle shows on a limited edition Monkees CD release, Summer 1967: The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings.
During these dates, Davy Jones and Kim Capli of the Sundowners went by themselves to a local recording studio, making "Hard to Believe", which was included on Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn, & Jones, Ltd..
- "Last Train to Clarksville" (Boyce/Hart)
- "You Just May Be the One" (Nesmith)
- "The Girl I Knew Somewhere" (Nesmith)
- "I Wanna Be Free" (Boyce/Hart)
- "Sunny Girlfriend" (Nesmith)
- "Your Auntie Grizelda" (Hilderbrand/Keller)
- "Forget That Girl" (Hatlelid)
- "Sweet Young Thing" (Goffin/King/Nesmith)
- "Mary, Mary" (Nesmith)
- "Cripple Creek" (traditional) -Peter Tork solo spot
- "You Can't Judge a Book By Looking at the Cover" (Dixon) -Michael Nesmith solo spot
- "Gonna Build a Mountain" (Newley/Briscusse) -Davy Jones solo spot
- "I Got a Woman" (Charles/Richard) -Micky Dolenz solo spot
- "I'm a Believer" (Diamond)
- "Randy Scouse Git" (Dolenz)
- "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone" (Boyce/Hart)
Tracks 10, 11, 12 and 13 feature The Sundowners and only available on CD.