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California Dreaming: So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star?

But is it about the Monkees or not?

With Gene Clark gone from the band, the Byrds’ star was fading. Without their lead singer and most commercial songwriter, their last two singles had only reached numbers 44 and 36 in the charts. 957 more words

First 7 weeks are DONE!

With the first seven weeks of the new academic year over and done with and exam week coming up, it’s time for a recap. Despite not feeling too well in the last two weeks, I did manage to keep on track with everything, making this the first time EVER (well, except for when I did my summer session at Berkeley) that I am completely uhm, completely on track with everything. 197 more words


#MirthMusicMon - A Monkey and The Monkees

Want to hear the inspiration for this week’s Mirth and Music Monday post?

Too bad. I’m going to tell you anyway. ;)

So while out for coffee with a friend Sunday afternoon, we discovered that he had never heard of the Trunk Monkey commercials. 122 more words


I'm Okay And So Are You

There have been some great blog posts recently on tortoiseshell cats and black cats, but my favorite

marking on a cat is the tabby design. I don’t know why — that tabby face has just always drawn me in and I consider it a “10.” That’s not to say I can’t appreciate the beauty of a Siamese or a long-haired cat. 369 more words

Loving My Cat

Cuz It's The Weekend Video: 'Pleasant Valley Sunday' By The Monkees

It’s easy to get into a weekend frame of mind when a song by The Monkees is involved.

“Pleasant Valley Sunday” cam out in 1967 and is one of The Monkees most famous songs. 79 more words


Pop Archeaology: "Different Drum" - Stone Poneys (feat. Linda Ronstadt)

One of my all-time favorite rock songs, “Different Drum” was written by Mike Nesmith (of The Monkees fame) in 1965.

It was originally recorded by The Greenbriar Boys (a bluegrass band) and can be found on their 1966 album, Better Late than Never!.   105 more words

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