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Daily Nightly is a song by Michael Nesmith of The Monkees, which appeared on their fourth album, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd. in 1967, and was featured in two second-season episodes of their television series, "A Fairy Tale" and "Monkees Blow Their Minds".

The lyrics are a veiled commentary on the Sunset Strip curfew riots, which occurred in Hollywood, Californiamarker in late 1966. The record was arguably the very first pop recording to feature the Moog Synthesizer, programmed by musician Paul Beaver and played by Micky Dolenz, who was the third owner of a Moog; the fills he played were described as "spacey UFO noises", and were characteristic of psychedelic music, which was then in vogue. Dolenz also provided the vocals. A music video in black and white was made for the series, with Dolenz miming his performance.

The song is simple musically, using the chords A Major, C Major, D Major and E Major.


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