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Michael Nesmith - Different Drum: The Lost RCA Victor Recordings (2021)

Posted By: ciklon5
Michael Nesmith - Different Drum: The Lost RCA Victor Recordings (2021)

Michael Nesmith - Different Drum: The Lost RCA Victor Recordings (2021)
FLAC (tracks + .cue,log) / Mp3 320 kbps | 1:19:49 | 450 / 183 Mb
Genre: Country / Label: Real Gone Music

Michael Nesmith has always travelled to the beat of a 'Different Drum''whether as the writer of that classic hit for Linda Ronstadt and The Stone Poneys, the wool hat-clad member of The Monkees, or one of the earliest progenitors of the country-rock genre. In recent years, Nesmith has penned a critically acclaimed autobiography, reformed the First National Band to sold-out audiences, and both recorded and performed live to fans young and old with The Monkees. Now, Real Gone Music and Second Disc Records are proud to present a major deep dive into the Nez archives.

Michael Nesmith - Silver Moon (2002) [Audiophile SBM Gold Disc] Re-Up

Posted By: Designol
Michael Nesmith - Silver Moon (2002) [Audiophile SBM Gold Disc] Re-Up

Michael Nesmith - Silver Moon (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 467 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 198 Mb | Scans included
Label: Audiophile Legends | # APH 102.821 | Time: 01:17:39
Country-Rock, Folk-Rock, Singer/Songwriter

Although the cover art might suggest that this compiles, features, or in some way includes material from Michael Nesmith's four-year (1966-1970) tenure as a Monkee, this isn't the case at all. Additionally confusing matters is that the same 25 tracks on this collection are replicated – right down to the exact running order – on the unimaginatively titled Best Of: Original Hits. Regardless, the contents of both have been culled from Nesmith's first half-dozen post-Monkees long-players. The tune stack is well represented by the First National Band LPs Magnetic South (1970), Loose Salute (1970), and Nevada Fighter (1971) – plus, to a much lesser extent, Tantamount to Treason (1972), And the Hits Just Keep on Comin' (1972), as well as Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash (1973).