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Frightwolf:
Got this from another board.  VERY interesting :):

Did the Monkees try to imitate the Beatles?


Of course they did. Here's a cool QuickTime video you can download that may answer that question. It features the Beatles and the Monkees.


You'll need QuickTime to view it. Just right-click and save to your computer.


http://www.gohomeproductions.co.uk/video/ghp_paperback_believer.mov

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Someone stolen from other

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But Neil Daimonds wrote this Song

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Monkees was the Answer of The Beatles

Kevin:
The Monkees were deliberately made to ape (pun intended) the success of Hard Days Night and Help!. I was a kid in the sixties, and their excellent TV show meant that (for me at least) the Monkees had a far bigger impact than the Beatles (sad to say).
A string of great singles as well.
Steven Stills (of CSN&Y fame) actually auditioned, but was rejected because of his teeth! Wonder what would have happened to my God number  2, Neil Young, then!
If you get a chance check out Head, the soundtrack to their movie. They wrote and played on this one and it ain't half bad (movie had Jack Nicholson in it).

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