Summer 1967: The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings

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Summer 1967: The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings
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Live album by The Monkees
ReleasedMay 18, 2001
LabelRhino HandMade
The Monkees chronology
The Definitive Monkees
Summer 1967: The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings
The Best of The Monkees

Summer 1967: The Complete U.S. Concert Recordings is a four CD live set by the Monkees, recorded during the band's Summer 1967 tour. The CD was a limited edition release, with 3,500 copies being made available by Rhino Hand Made.

The tour began after the May release of "Headquarters" The Monkees third album and their first where the band controlled the sessions and played all the instruments (save bass which was played on song material by their producer Chip Douglas a former member of The Turtles). The bulk of the material focused on their third album with the their biggest singles from first and second album. There were also a quartet of cover songs with each Monkees choosing one.

Several of the tracks were compiled in 1987 and released as Live 1967.

The set list for each CD is identical, as the band performed the same group of songs in order at each show.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "(Theme From) The Monkees" (Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart)
  2. "Last Train to Clarksville"(Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart)
  3. "You Just May Be the One"(Michael Nesmith)
  4. "The Girl I Knew Somewhere"(Michael Nesmith)
  5. "I Wanna Be Free"(Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart)
  6. "Sunny Girlfriend"(Michael Nesmith)
  7. "Your Auntie Grizelda"(Diane Hildebrand and Jack Keller)
  8. "Forget That Girl"(Chip Douglas)
  9. "Sweet Young Thing"(Michael Nesmith)
  10. "Mary, Mary"(Michael Nesmith)
  11. "Cripple Creek" (Trad. Arrangement by Peter Tork)
  12. "You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover" (Willie Dixon)
  13. "Gonna Build a Mountain" (Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse)
  14. "I Got a Woman" (Ray Charles and Renald Richard)
  15. "I'm a Believer"(Neil Diamond)
  16. "Randy Scouse Git"(Micky Dolenz)
  17. "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone"(Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart)