Micky Dolenz / Out Of Nowhere

UK-based label 7A Records, who specialise in Monkees-releated releases, will next month issue Out Of Nowhere, a new Micky Dolenz album recorded with a 30-piece orchestra.

Dolenz sings many of the Monkees greatest hits on this new release (including Last Train To Clarksville, (I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone, Daydream Believer and Pleasant Valley Sunday) as well as a few ‘deep cuts’.

The album was recorded in April this year at the Rice Auditorium with the American Metropole Orchestra and Dolenz says “Words cannot express what a magical night it was. You really had to be there and thanks to this recording, you can be!”

Out Of Nowhere is being issued as a limited edition vinyl picture disc and on CD. It is released on 17 November 2017.

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Micky Dolenz & The American Metropole Orchestra

Out Of Nowhere vinyl picture disc


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Out Of Nowhere CD edition


1. Lip Sinker (intro)
2. Last Train To Clarksville
3. Sometime In The Morning
4. D.W. Washburn
5. A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
6. (I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone
7. Hey Bulldog (inst.)
8. Porpoise Song
9. Randy Scouse Git
10. Since I Fell For You
11. Daydream Believer
12. Pleasant Valley Sunday
13. I’m A Believer

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Wayne Klein

Nice to see Micky branching out to try something a bit different. I’d love to hear him tackle some of Mike’s songs that Mike sang lead on. Surprised he isn’t performing any that Mike wrote for him.

Robert Fitzpatrick

I will be getting this ! his voice still sounds excellent for his age!


Once again I doff my cap to Iain Lee & 7a Records. Very fan-centric label. This looks like another good one. Still haven’t picked up the Nesmith BBC abum yet!


Nice to see Alternate Title returns to it’s original errr well title!