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The Monkees Fan site

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I have my question about one of my favourite musical band, the American pop rock group of the 1960s, known as The Monkees. Since I happen to be a big fan of The Monkees, so I would like to know that what is the link of your Monkees fan site and what are others that you recommend for photos of more recent vintage?

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     The Monkees are an American pop rock group. It was actually assembled in Los Angeles in 1966 by Robert Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider for the American television series which was popularly known as The Monkees. The series which aired from 1966 to 1968, the musical acting quartet was composed of Americans Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork, and Englishman Davy Jones. The band's music was initially supervised by producer Don Kirshner. Initially when the group was formed, its producers saw The Monkees as a Beatles-like band. At the start, the band members provided vocals, and were given some performing and production opportunities, but they eventually fought for and earned the right to collectively supervise all musical output under the band's name. The group had concert tours, which gave them an opportunity to perform as a live band as well as on the TV series. Although the show was canceled in 1968, the band continued releasing records until 1970. The group reached the height of fame from 1966 to 1968, and influenced many future artists. In 1986, their twentieth year, the television show and music experienced a revival, which led to a series of reunion tours, and new records featuring various personifications of the band's lineup. The group went on to sell 50 million records worldwide. The Monkees websites are davyjones.net, petertork.com, mickydolenz.com and videoranch.com. Besides, another good one is tripod.com/~luvdavy/. There are hundreds of other fan sites as well.

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