The Monkees were a highly popular late 1960s made-for-TV rock band with many Top 40 hits. They also had numerous noncharting songs from their 58 episodes of "The Monkees" from 1966-1968 that included "Mary, Mary."
After the group disbanded, Michael Nesmith had a Top 40 hit in 1970 with "Joanne." Davy Jones recorded several songs that were minor hits and also made an appearance on the Brady Bunch singing "Girl." The Monkees reformed in 1986 (without Nesmith) and charted in 1987 with "Heart And Soul." They reformed again in 1996, this time with all the original band members.
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- Daydream Believer 1967
(This song, which features Davy Jones as lead vocalist, topped the charts. A remixed version by the Monkees with a heavier drum track later also became a hit in 1986. Anne Murray also had a hit with "Daydream Believer" in 1980.)
- The Girl I Knew Somewhere 1967
- Good Clean Fun 1969
- I'm A Believer 1966
(This Neil Diamond-penned song, which features Micky Dolenz as lead vocalist, topped the charts for the Monkees in 1966. Neil Diamond's version of "I'm A Believer" later also became a hit (1971).)
- Last Train To Clarksville 1966
(This song topped the charts.)
- Listen To The Band 1969
- A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You 1967
- Pleasant Valley Sunday 1967
- Someday Man 1969
- (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone 1966
- Tapioca Tundra 1968
- Valleri 1968
- Words 1967
(This catchy, upbeat song was written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart.)
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