This is the big one!
We spring right out of the gate with a fabulous review of the first Monkees tribute album, 1992's HERE NO EVIL! You'll hear us discuss the hits and misses of this dynamic disc, and hear some rare cuts from the album itself!
Then, we swing into our exclusive interview with singer/artist Natty Moss Bond, who was part of the band who contributed a blazing cover of "You Told Me" for the CD! Natty talks about her life-long love of the Monkees, how she came to be involved with the tribute CD, why she picked "YTM," and so much more!
Next, we look at Mike Nesmith's solo 90s concerts and CDs! Listen in as we discuss his 1992 tour, and hear a rare live performance of "Tomorrow and Me!"
Alan also voices his thoughts on the latest self-important snub from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (get your asbestos ear-muffs ready), and so much more!
Laughs (Kills Lonesome)! Love! Music! Monkees! Even a splash of McCartney! :0
So what are you waiting for? Click below to listen now, or download right here, or on your iPhone, or directly from SoundCloud or iTunes!
|Above images: Taken from the HERE NO EVIL liner book, here's the |
track/artist line-up, along with some notes from Bobby Hart himself!
|Above: From a 1992 MONKEE BUSINESS FANZINE, here is an early run-down on the tribute CD!|
|Above images: Mike Nesmith during his acclaimed 1992 concert tour!|
|Above: You'll hear Al talk about seeing Mike live in Atlanta, during his nifty '92|
tour! Al snapped the above pic (left), sent it to Mike at Pacific Arts, and got
it returned, signed!
|Above: Mike in his 1994 "turquoise belt buckle" period! You'll hear |
us discuss this (thankfully) short-lived phase!
|Above images: From 1994 issues of MBF, here are some fan accounts of|
Mike's "Armando the Newt" concert performances, where he played very
little, but sang and danced (!) quite a bit! You'll hear Alan and Al
mention these shows...
|Above: Alan and Al often reference back issues of|
MONKEE BUSINESS FANZINE, and here are your
two hospitable hosts holding said fanzines! Al has
every issue (and then some) from 1986 onward!
|Above: Performer Natty Moss Bond, part of Multi-Colored House,|
who covered "You Told Me" with spectacular results!
|Check out the artistic works of our guest, Natty Moss Bond, at this spectacular site!|