℗ 1987 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Company.
 

Pool It

The Monkees

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1
Heart and Soul
The Monkees
3:53
2
(I'd Go The) Whole Wide World
The Monkees
2:55
3
Long Way Home
The Monkees
3:49
4
Secret Heart
The Monkees
3:43
5
Gettin' In
The Monkees
3:01
6
(I'll) Love Your Forever
The Monkees
3:20
7
Every Step of the Way
The Monkees
3:19
8
Don't Bring Me Down
The Monkees
3:37
9
Midnight
The Monkees
4:27
10
She's Movin' in with Rico
The Monkees
3:19
11
Since You Went Away
The Monkees
2:34
12
Counting on You
The Monkees
3:47
Total Playing Time    41:44
Pool It! is the tenth studio album by the Monkees, issued by Rhino Records in 1987. It was the first Monkees studio album of new material since Changes in 1970 and the first Monkees album to feature Peter Tork since the 1968 Head soundtrack.

While Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones and Peter Tork had reunited the previous year for a 20th anniversary tour, with Micky and Peter contributing vocals to three tracks for the 1986 compilation album Then & Now... The Best of The Monkees, Pool It! served as the band's first proper "reunion album." Much like the group's early work, the writing of the album was largely handled by outside writers and the instrumentation by session musicians, with the Monkees themselves contributing lead vocals and Peter Tork providing guitar for his own song, "Gettin' In." Michael Nesmith chose not to participate in the album, although he had made a surprise appearance on stage with the band at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on September 7, 1986.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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