Friday, October 10, 2008

Best I Could Do

I looked diligently this morning for something to take our minds off the impending implosion of our way of life. I think this is about as far afield from financial woes as is humanly possible to achieve without hallucinogens.

This Day in Monkees History

On this day in 1964, Peter Tork makes his television debut today as a sideman with the Phoenix Singers who perform three songs ("Run Come See," "Song Of The Land" and "Glory Glory") on the Canadian folk program Let's Sing Out. Not long after this broadcast, the group will perform a fundraising show in Denver for the LBJ presidential campaign. Following this gig, Tork has a falling-out with the group and is subsequently asked to leave.On this day in 1966, the NBC television network airs episode #5 of The Monkees series, "The Spy Who Came In From The Cool."

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TJ said...