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Fans first got a sample of Andrew's work with the Monkees catalog when he acted as co-producer (along with Bill Inglot) for 1990's Missing Links Volume 2 collection, which also featured liner notes penned by Sandoval. Since then, he has produced numerous Monkees projects for Rhino Records, including CD reissues, multiple box set treatments of Monkees music, and DVD collections of the group's 1960s television series.
Years of research and dedication resulted in 2005's The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the '60s TV Pop Sensation. In it, the band's recording sessions, filming dates and public appearances from 1965-1970 were all richly documented. Considered to be the primary resource for anything and everything Monkees, Mojo magazine said Day-by-Day was "...The only Monkees book you need...Essential reading and a poignant primer in how the template was set for today's shooting stars...as close as you'll get to the official word...an engaging document of one of the '60s most important phenomena.” As of now, there is no firm release date for the revised edition.
Most recently, Andrew produced the critically and commercially successful 2011, 2012 and 2013 Monkees tours, and even found time to publish a book on The Bee Gees. He also supervised the deluxe box set for the 1969 album, The Monkees Present, which was released this past August by Rhino Handmade.
You can listen to Andrew every Monday at 3pm (PT) on his internet radio show, Come to the Sunshine.