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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Rhino's Listen to the Band box set was for the collectors, and their terrific 20-song Greatest Hits was for the casual fans. Their third attempt at a Monkees compilation, the double-disc Anthology falls somewhere in between. Over the course of an exhausting 56 tracks, all of the group's hits are hauled out again, with such fine album tracks as "She," "Take a Giant Step," "Your Auntie Grizelda," "You Just May Be the One," and "What Am I Doing Hangin' Round" added for good measure. On the surface of things, this seems like a good thing, but the set is padded out with lesser album cuts and latter-day tracks from their three reunion albums that makes Anthology more ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Rhino's Listen to the Band box set was for the collectors, and their terrific 20-song Greatest Hits was for the casual fans. Their third attempt at a Monkees compilation, the double-disc Anthology falls somewhere in between. Over the course of an exhausting 56 tracks, all of the group's hits are hauled out again, with such fine album tracks as "She," "Take a Giant Step," "Your Auntie Grizelda," "You Just May Be the One," and "What Am I Doing Hangin' Round" added for good measure. On the surface of things, this seems like a good thing, but the set is padded out with lesser album cuts and latter-day tracks from their three reunion albums that makes Anthology more of a chore than a pleasure. Since there are no genuine rarities here, it won't quite appeal to collectors, and since Greatest Hits suits the purposes of the average fans, it remains a mystery just who this set is for, even if it is loaded with good music.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/28/1998
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227526924
  • Catalog Number: 75269

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Monkees Primary Artist
Doug Dillard Electric Banjo
Glen Campbell Bass, Guitar
Buddy Spicher Fiddle
Ry Cooder Guitar
Carole King Guitar
Michael Nesmith Organ, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, 12-string Guitar, Guitar (12 String Electric)
Harry Nilsson Keyboards
Leon Russell Keyboards
Neil Young Guitar
Ken Bloom Guitar
Frank Capp Percussion
Buddy Childers Trumpet
Buddy Collette Saxophone
Bob Cooper Oboe
Matt Harris Background Vocals
Plas Johnson Saxophone
Ted Nash Strings
Don Randi Keyboards
Bud Shank Strings
Pete Candoli Trumpet
Stan Levey Percussion, Drums
Stan Free Piano
Keith Allison Guitar
Paul Beaver Moog Synthesizer
James Burton Guitar
Mike Deasy Sr. Guitar
Lloyd Green Steel Guitar
Davy Jones Organ, Guitar, Percussion, Chimes, Maracas, Tambourine, Vocals, Background Vocals
Louie Shelton Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar
Laurence Juber Electric Guitar
Micky Dolenz Drums, Vocals, Background Vocals, Zither, Timpani, Wood Block, Vocal Harmony
Jim Gordon Drums
Michael Cohen Piano
Jimmy Bryant Fiddle
Larry Taylor Bass
Al Porcino Trumpet
Hal Blaine Drums
Jeff Barry Piano, Tambourine
Dennis Belfield Bass
Max Bennett Bass, String Bass
Milt Bernhart Trombone
Tommy Boyce Acoustic Guitar, Background Vocals
Harold Bradley Guitar
Bud Brisbois Trumpet, Horn
Denny Bruce Percussion
Jerry Carrigan Drums
Roy Caton Trumpet
Bill Chadwick Acoustic Guitar, Guitar
Marion Childers Horn
Mark Christian Electric Guitar
Gary Coleman Percussion
Jim Cox Piano
Sal DeTroia Guitar
Frank DeVito Drums
Bonnie Douglas Violin
Chip Douglas Bass, Classical Guitar
Wayne Erwin Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Alan Estes Percussion
Gene Estes Percussion, Tambourine
Virgil Evans Trumpet
Frederick Seykora Cello
Al Gorgoni Guitar
Bobby Hart Organ, Glockenspiel, Background Vocals
George Hawkins Bass
Milt Holland Percussion, Drums
Bill Hood Saxophone
Jim Horn Saxophone
Jim Hughart String Bass
Jules Jacob Horn
Nathan Kaproff Violin
Jack Keller Piano
Myra Kestenbaum Viola
John Kitzmiller Horn
Larry Knechtel Bass
Danny Kortchmar Guitar
Paul Leim Drums
Richard Leith Trombone, Bass Trombone
Marvin Limonick Violin
John London Bass, 12-string Guitar
Herb Lovelle Drums
John Lowe Saxophone, Bass Saxophone
Edgar Lustgarten Strings
Jacqueline Lustgarten Cello
Hugh McCracken Guitar
Lew McCreary Trombone
Don McGinnis Horn
Jay Migliori Saxophone
Ollie Mitchell Trumpet
Wayne Moss Electric Guitar
Dick Nash Trombone, Horn
Erno Neufeld Violin
Harvey Newmark Bass
Dean Parks Bass
Donald Peake Guitar
Gene Pello Percussion
William Pitman Guitar
Ray Pohlman Bass
Uan Rasey Trumpet
Clyde Reasinger Trumpet
Richard Romoff Bass
Frank Rosolino Trombone
Michel Rubini Organ, Harpsichord, Keyboards, Tack Piano
Buddy Salzman Drums
Billy Sanford Guitar
Jerry Scheff String Bass
Paul Shure Violin
Curly Smith Drums
Don Thomas Guitar
Russ Titelman Conductor
Peter Tork Organ, Banjo, Guitar, Harpsichord, Vocals, Background Vocals
Ray Triscari Horn
Jerry Yester Guitar
Vincent DeRosa French Horn
William Hinshaw Horn
Anthony Terran Trumpet
Gregory Bemko Cello
David Filerman Cello
Jan Kelly Cello
Gerry McGee Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar
Richard L. Noel Trombone
Brendan Cahill Percussion, Drums
Bobby Helfer Trumpet, Bass Clarinet, Piccolo Trumpet
Ambrose Russo Violin
Manuel Stevens Trumpet
Arthur Butler Organ
Al Casey Guitar
David Briggs Piano
Bob West Piano
Phillip Teele Bass Trombone
Thomas Scott Strings, Trumpet
Technical Credits
Michael Martin Murphey Composer
John Stewart Composer
Bill Martin Composer, Contributor
Neil Diamond Composer
Carole King Composer, Producer
The Monkees Producer
Michael Nesmith Composer, Producer
Harry Nilsson Composer
Julius Wechter Contributor
Keith Allison Composer
David Gates Composer
Gerry Goffin Composer, Producer
Barry Mann Composer
Jack Nitzsche Arranger
Davy Jones Composer, Producer
Andy Kim Composer
Shorty Rogers Arranger, Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Micky Dolenz Composer, Producer
Simon Byrne Composer
Jeff Barry Arranger, Composer, Producer
Roger Bechirian Producer
Tommy Boyce Arranger, Composer, Producer
Harold Bronson Executive Producer
Hugh Brown Art Direction
Owen "Boomer" Castleman Composer
Bill Chadwick Composer
Hank Cicalo Composer, Engineer
Henry Diltz Contributor
Chip Douglas Composer, Producer
Ray Hall Engineer
Bobby Hart Arranger, Composer, Producer
David Hassinger Engineer
Diane Hildebrand Composer
Andrew Howell Composer
Bill Inglot Remastering
Jack Keller Composer, Producer
Sandy Linzer Composer
Don McGinnis Arranger, Horn Arrangements
Ted Myers Editorial Coordinator
Denny Randell Composer
Andrew Sandoval Liner Notes
Peter Tork Composer
Cynthia Weil Composer
Douglas Farthing Hatlelid Composer
Elizabeth Pavone Editorial Coordinator
Vance Brescia Composer
John Chadwick Composer
Steve Pitts Contributor
Pat Coughlan Contributor
Toni Stern Composer
Red Baldwin Composer
Joey Richards Composer
Daniel Hersch Remastering
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Comedy team sings great

    I use to think they were the funniest comedy team on TV since the Marx Brothers. I knew that they were actors playing a band. But I loved the music. And since they learned to play there own instruments.....they were a band. It is a shame that success, or Mike's insistance that they do all the music destroyed the show. They could have easily gone on for a couple of more seasons, and even more songs....getting more control of the music (or at least laying tracs) as time went by. I highly recommend this CD ...

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