Changes

Changes

by The Monkees

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/20/1994
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227179823
catalogNumber: 71798

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Monkees   Primary Artist
Michael Nesmith   Guitar,Vocals
Davy Jones   Vocals
Micky Dolenz   Guitar,Drums,Keyboards,Vocals
Peter Tork   Bass,Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Davy Jones   Producer
Micky Dolenz   Producer
Steven Soles   Composer
Ned Albright   Composer
Jeff Barry   Producer
Tommy Boyce   Producer
Bill Chadwick   Producer
Ray Hall   Engineer
Bobby Hart   Producer
Kenny Lee Lewis   Composer
Steve Miller   Composer
Mike Moran   Engineer
Andrew Sandoval   Liner Notes
Chris McCarty   Composer
Robert Stone   Composer

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Changes 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Monkees albums rapidly plummeted in listenability after their hit-packed 1967 album 'Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd.,' with the sole exception of 'Head' (1968), which was unusually progressive and turned out rather well. This album was the end of the line, in 1970, but is a little bit better than their two 1969 albums, I think. At least a couple of the songs are reasonably rockish ('99 Pounds,' 'Oh My My'), two appeared in their later TV series ('Do You Feel It Too?', 'I Never Thought It Peculiar'), and one has an appealing tropical sound ('Acapulco Sun'). The real gem of the album is the bonus track 'Time and Time Again'--subtle but just beautiful! Near sunset I would often ride my bike to the beach here in Florida, alongside a line of Casuarina trees, and when that song would play in my head it was like drifting through one of the fantasy scenes from one of the Monkees TV shows--extremely pleasant! (One of the Missing Links albums has a version of that song with synthesizer in it, if you want that song but not this album.)