Friday, March 30, 2012

"For Pete's Sake"

Day 30 of 31 Days of The Monkees:

"For Pete's Sake" was written by Peter Tork and Joseph Richards and was released on the third album "Headquarters". It was the first song Pete ever wrote, and was used to close the show in the second season. Mickey sings lead on this one.

Tomorrow: My favorite Monkees song!

"Theme From The Monkees"

Interviews With The Monkees

"HEAD" and "Porpoise Song: Theme From Head"

"I'm A Believer"

Fairy Tale

The Monkees Screen Tests

"What Am I Doing Hanging Round?"

"Star Collector"

"Daily Nightly"

"Love Is Only Sleeping"

"The Door Into Summer"

"When Love Comes Knocking At Your Door"

"Mary, Mary"

"No Time"

"Randy Scouse Git"

"Zor and Zam"


"Mr. Webster"

"The Girl I Knew Somewhere"


"Shades of Gray"


"Your Aunty Grizelda"

"Pleasant Valley Sunday"

"Last Train To Clarksville"

"Papa Gene's Blues"

"This Just Doesn't Seem to be my Day"

"I'm Gonna Buy Me A Dog"

"Early Morning Blues and Greens"

1 comment:

Beth said...

This was always one of my favorites, because I really do like the message: "In this generation, we will make the world shine." I think maybe we didn't succeed in that, at least not in some regards! But a work in progress....