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In Reply to: RE: she was pleasantly pulchritudinous in those days, wasn't she? posted by mhardy6647 on April 11, 2017 at 13:00:13
I was going to mention Mike Nesmith, since so many people didn't seem to know that he wrote the song, at least back pre-internet, anyway.
That clip you posted of him doing Different Drum was great. I've never seen it before, and I'm still smiling. Thanks!
I got to see Linda in concert once, sometime in the mid-1970s. Mmmm.
It's apparently a Monkees artifact, and I was a pretty rabid Monkees fan in my late single-digits of age!
(and not that I'd admit that just anywhere, either)
good old teh interwebs
all the best,
I watched the prefab four show with some regularity, but don't recall seeing Nesmith do his song. Even if I did see it, the way he rattles through it for comedic effect wouldn't have made it stand out for me.
It was many years after the Stone Ponies had a hit with it that I found out it was written by Mike Nesmith.
Those horns in the cab! I mean, standing in front of those and trying to sing? Must have had ringing ears, for days.
I believe those are Acoustic 270 amps with cab loaded with Altec 418 speakers. 375 watts!
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