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June 25, 2013 Best known as the tall, hat-wearing Monkee, Nesmith discusses a few of his own popular songs.
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March 7, 2007 The Serious Monkee had chops as a songwriter, as well as an unusual sound: a glossy merger of country and rock that took what The Byrds had been doing a step closer to pop. Magnetic South foreshadows the country-rock of The Eagles, whose debut arrived two years later.
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