For many years my least favorite Monkee was Davy Jones. Not because of his voice, I just did not care for the songs that I associated with him. Only late in the game did I discover that towards the end of the band - after Peter left - he had developed a knack for finding good songs by interesting songwriters and assisted with producing them. Probably my favorite of those twilight years Davy songs is "Someday Man". Originally released as the b-side to Mike's awesome "Listen To The Band", it never made it on an original Monkees LP. Written by songmeisters Paul Williams and Roger Nichols, it has fine bass line that drives the verses along with an understated horn arrangement. Then that killer chorus comes in and I get a big smile on my face. The more I listen to this the more I like it.
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