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Boyce & Hart On Monkees, Music & Mayhem (part 2)

Jim Delehant, Hit Parader, August 1967

IF YOU own the first two Monkees' albums, you know that Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart wrote 'Last Train To Clarksville', 'I'm Not Your Steppin' Stone', 'This Just Doesn't Seem To Be My Day', 'Gonna Buy Me A Dog', 'Theme From The Monkees', 'I Wanna Be Free', 'Let's Dance One', 'She', and 'Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day'. Although Neil Diamond wrote two excellent Monkee winners more recently, Boyce and Hart have established the Monkees' sound: a unique blend of country-western and blues.

Let's get on with the conclusion of this interview and see exactly how Tom and Bobby create material for the Monkees.

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