Venture poolside as Mark Bego, co-author of Micky Dolenz's I'm a Believer: My Life of Monkees, Music, and Madness, takes us back to the early 1990's with some scintillating anecdotes ... The early 1990's theme continues as Canadian TV game show host Wayne Cox recalls filming the celebrity charades program Acting Crazy in Vancouver, BC with Micky Dolenz in 1991 ... But first: 1980s Arista Records executive Roy Lott shares a behind-the-scenes perspective on the controversial second single from Then & Now: The Best of the Monkees that both threatens to rewrite the entire historical record, and culminates in a party at Quincy Jones' mansion for Whitney Houston. As a chaser, we present highlights from our conversation with acclaimed illustrator Wilson McLean, who reflects on painting the cover of Michael Nesmith and The Second National Band's Tantamount to Treason Volume One back in 1972.

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