Friday, June 27, 2008


Davy Jones
Davy Jones
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vinyl rip, 256 kbbs
Bell Records
Released in 1971.
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His first solo album, "David Jones" was released in 1965, but didn't chart. In the fall of 1965, Davy was the first to be selected as a member of "The Monkees." Davy left the group in late-1970. The group reunited several times since then.
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Soon after he left The Monkees, Davy signed with Bell Records to release his second solo record, simply titled "Davy Jones." The 1971 album contained the single, "Rainy Jane" charting at No. 52 in the USA. He sang "Girl" in a episode of "The Brady Bunch" (the most re-run episode of any TV show in history). Davy Jones did not change the world with this album, but he did put together a pleasing product.
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Road to Love / How About Me? / Singin' to the Music / Rainy Jane / Look at Me / Say It Again / I Really Love You / Love Me for a Day / Sitting in the Apple Tree / Take My Love / Pretty Little Girl / Welcome to My Love
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tracks & lp-sleeve

3 comments:

Underthinkers & Subphilosophers said...

Do you have the original recording of "girl" that was used in the Brady ep and was a single back in 1970?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this. Can you tell me what version of Rainy Jane that cut 13 is?

n8w8 (nachtwacht/nightwatch) said...

I've got a 128Kbbs copy of the "Girl" single. http://rapidshare.com/files/149486539/Davy_Jones_-_Solo_Rarities_-_Girl__single_version___A_.mp3

That 13th track is not on the album. It's downloaded from a newsgroup a couple of years ago. Just added it for fun.