Posted: Mar 2, 2012 12:27 pm |
Edited by: sixelsix
Mike Nesmith is my favorite one. He gets a bum rap for being the serious one that wanted to be taken seriously as an artist (actually it was Tork!)...but come on, he was a Monkee, how serious can a Monkee be?
Both wanted the credibility that a "serious" artist would theoretically get, really.
The First National Band stuff is great. And if you're in the right mood, the acoustic gtr + Red Rhodes pedal steel album (And The Hits Just Keep On Comin' - nice dig at Bill Drake there) is a real nice listen.