Pillow Time – version 1/demo Micky In Carlsbad Cavern Shades Of Gray Masking Tape You Just May Be The One – version 2 [LP version] Peter Gunn’s Gun I Can’t Get Her Off My Mind – version 2 [LP version] Two-Part Invention In F Major No Time – version 1 Blues Banjo Jam Cripple Creek The Story Of Rock And Roll – version 1 Cantata & Fugue In C&W The Story Of Rock And Roll – version 2 Don’t Be Cruel Early Morning Blues And Greens For Pete’s Sake No Time – version 2 [LP version] Just A Game – version 1/demo
The Girl I Knew Somewhere – version 2 [45 version]
Mr. Webster – version 2 [LP version]
Nine Times Blue – demo
Until It’s Time For You To Go – version 1
She’ll Be There – demo
Midnight Train – demo
Randy Scouse Git
You Told Me
I’ll Spend My Life With You – version 2 [LP version]
Forget That Girl
Where Has It All Gone – version 1
Where Has It All Gone – version 2
Back in February, Megan and Craig had a bit of a Davy Jones marathon. Our episode starts with a review of the wonderful 7A release Live In Japan, but starts to take shape into a discussion about where Davy Jones fits inside and outside of The Monkees, with some conversations about the Monkees touring/reunion lineups over the years. An honest look at a complicated man who may have been responsible for some decisions that definitely altered the course of Monkeedom forever.
January 1967: The Monkees finally become a real band with Chip Douglas at the controls as Davy joins up with Jeff Barry to record some material on the side for the next Monkees single. In this episode, Megan and Craig cover:
She’s So Far Out, She’s In
The Girl I Knew Somewhere (version one)
All Of Your Toys
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
She Hangs Out (version one)
If I Learned To Play The Violin
Seeger’s Theme (demo)
On the eve of the next Sound Of The Sunset, Sound Of The Sea recording, Megan and Craig had a bit of a Monkees Christmas Party! First, Megan watches the Head BluRay and hears the surround sound audio for the first time; both revisit 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee and ponder the unsuspecting television watcher in April 1969 had anyone bothered to land on that channel; the possibility of an upcoming honest episode about Davy and how he might have affected Monkeedom in not the best ways; Megan forms a synopsis of sorts after making it partway through Micky’s Keep Off My Grass (Craig does not); and last but not least, both finally give Christmas Party a long awaited critical listen.
On the first day of the 12 Days of Christmas Six-Packs, my true love gave to me…
Kicking off this year’s holiday festivities are very special co-hosts Craig Smith and Megan Stemm-Wade. They’re joining Eric to have some holiday fun, to share some classic holiday songs and the stories behind them, to drink some egg nog, to reflect on why KISSmas has run it’s course (still available in the archive here), personal holiday memories, and to discuss some meaningful charities that could use some love this holiday season.
So throw on your holiday footy pajamas, break out the chocolate chip cookies, and join us by the warm glow of the fireplace for some holiday cheer.
SamePageCast returns with very special guest Derek Miner, who joins in a chat about favorite moments during the television run of The Monkees (including some obsessive ultra-geeky chat for good measure)!
If there’s one thing that Megan and Craig have in common, it is the obsessive love for collecting and documenting various media – and so in this episode they talk to one of their own. Mr. Scott Parker is the author of Woodstock Documented, a rather extensive work that outlines everything to do with Woodstock video and audio, and in this episode all sit down for a chat about Woodstock in general, in depth, and as media obsessives.
It’s Halloween! Time to take a dive into the transformational horror of the 1970s, count up the sequel-heavy 1980s and beyond. And make sure you keep listening for a very special pop-in guest and a conversation about our favorite horror movies of all! It has been spooktacularly fun to spend this month with all of you, talking about some of the best movies ever, so enjoy this finale of Halloween Horrors!