These articles and pictures come from the August 1969 issue of Teen Screen magazine. For easier reading, click on each image and then click on it again.
On this night in 1969, 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee aired on NBC. Check out highlights of Micky's DVD commentary of the special below...
Jack Good (Courtesy Sunshine Factory)
Peter Tork made his directorial debut on the 55th episode of The Monkees, "Monkees Mind Their Manor," which aired on February 26, 1968. Jack Good, who would soon co-write and produce the group's 1969 NBC television special 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee, played 'Lance Kibbee The Sot.' And as noted in a blog post on Thursday, this weekend marks the 44th anniversary of 33 1/3.
For trivia and facts about this episode, click here.
This weekend (April 14) marks the 44th anniversary of The Monkees' 1969 television special, 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee. Here's a photo of the group taken during the filming of the show. Below that you can watch the special's finale featuring The Monkees and guests performing "Listen to the Band."
From my collection comes this article from the January 4, 1969 issue of Record Mirror, which was a weekly British music newspaper. In it, Brian Auger, who starred in The Monkees' 1969 television special 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee, discusses Peter's exit from the group and more.
Click 'Fullscreen' or use the magnifiers under the article for easy reading.
Check out Al's homemade remix of Michael's "Naked Persimmon" from the 1969 TV special 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee.
Thanks to Richard for submitting this informal soundboard recording of Peter Tork jamming with Brian Auger at the 1989 Los Angeles Monkees Convention. Recorded on July 8, it features "Mailbox Blues" and "I'm a Believer," with Peter on guitar and Brian on keyboards.
Auger played a prominent role as a guest star and musical act on The Monkees' 1969 television special, 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee.
This recording was originally featured on the Monkees Headquarters radio program that aired on WBAU from Long Island, New York from 1987 to 1989.
Thanks to Richard for cleaning up the tape and letting us check it out.