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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by emitex, Jan 20, 2015.
Boyce & Hart on I Dream Of Jeannie 1967
Jeanie - Rose , Jeanie - Rose , Jeanie - Rose , ......two beautiful ladies
The first Gretsch I ever saw in person was a Tennessean from that period. I'm still blown away.
Boyce and Hart? Can't believe I had no idea who you were talking about. From Wikipedia, "wrote, produced and performed the soundtrack to the pilot of The Monkees".
Gretsch front and center last night the on the live TV broadcast of Grease LIVE!
Boyce & Hart were very good at writing pop songs. Last Train to Clarksville, "Valleri, (I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone. They put the Monkees on the map.
I see quite a few in ads on TV. The latest was from a local used car dealer that had a black Pro Jet like mine while he was singing badly.
The Monkees sounded a lot like Boyce & Hart if you ask me.
From this episode of The Monkees:
I love that accordion.
Love those old videos.
Archer, season 5
"Find the Monkees" aka The Audition.
Quite a Gretsch fest!
Also quite a social comment of the time -at about 21:38
This counts for me, im a 70's child so i came of age with MTV. This and the next vid are the first Gretsches i remember seeing, ever.
They left quite an impression.
Many times, several models.
Brandi Carlile last night on Late Night With Seth Meyers (4/8/16)