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INFINITE TUESDAY: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL RIFF
Michael Nesmith's half-century-and-counting career has seen him rise from Texas troubadour to stardom with “The Monkees” to acclaimed solo releases and pioneering work in music video and virtual reality. As an audio companion to his new autobiography of the same name, Rhino has just released INFINITE TUESDAY: AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL RIFFS. This 14-track set showcases Nez's best, beginning in 1965 with "The New Recruit" (cut under the pseudonym Michael Blessing) and such Monkees favorites as “Papa Gene's Blues.” The collection focuses on the numerous solo albums that Nesmith recorded during the 1970s, including his country-rock collaborations with The First National Band (Top 40 hit “Joanne”) and concept album THE PRISON, before finishing with more recent songs that show Michael Nesmith remains a strong creative force.