Letter: After Monkees

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After Monkees

Sir: Although it is true that Mike Nesmith's mother invented Liquid Paper (not Tipp-Ex) and that the company was bought by Gillette in 1980, I suspect his non-appearance at the recent Monkees reunion is for reasons other than his inheritance (John Walsh, 15 August). Mike Nesmith left the Monkees and became in his own right a much-admired artist, with over 20 album releases, and a much sought-after record producer.

LOUIS BERK

E-mail: lberk@maple.win-uk.net

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