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by Wiggly Mr.Dickls the 1st October 10, 2019
A decade from January 1 1970 to December 31 1979.
In 1970's:
1.Disco
2.Led Zeppelin
3.Keith Moon dies
4.Kimi Hendrix dies
5.Queen
6.Lord of the Rings
7.Star Wars
8.Punk
9.Sex Pistols
10.Dead Kennedys
11.Gay rights
12.ABBA
13.Pot
14.Disco Demolition Night
15.Hip Hop :(
by Taxman July 31, 2006
The Monkees final album during their first run (1966-1970) released in June 1970. At this point, only Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones remain in the group as Peter Tork had left in December 1968 and Michael Nesmith in March 1970.

Changes was produced by Jeff Barry (who produced I'm A Believer, the Monkees' biggest hit back in 1967) and was recorded in New York. Unfortunately the success did not carry over to Changes, as it failed to chart on the Billboard 200 because of The Monkees diminishing almost non-existent popularity by 1970.

Widely regarded as the Monkees' worst album of their original nine, Changes was pure bubble gum and R&B funk, that made the listener wonder if it was even the Monkees performing. Both Dolenz and particularily Jones still despise the album to this day. None the less, Dolenz and Jones' vocal perfomances are excellent considering the uninspiring material they are cutting. There are few highlights including the single Oh My My (which managed to squeeze into the TOP 100 at #98) and its b-side I Love You Better. Other decent cuts include Dolenz' Midnight Train and Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart's album closer I Never Thought It Peculiar.

Upon the release of Changes, the Monkees were finally put to rest and would not reform until 1986.
There was a lame joke that either Dolenz or Jones would quit after Changes, and the other would be continue as "The Monkee"

Changes (1970) was the last release under the Monkees' name until 1986. However Micky Dolenz & Davy Jones continued recording together under their own names on Bell Records for another year. In April 1971, they released an underrated single called Do It In The Name Of Love/Lady Jane which like Changes failed to chart.

Not to be confused with David Bowie's song of the same name.

The album was released before David Bowie's song.
by J Rod November 18, 2005
a dreamnotfound fanfiction THAT WILL RUIN YOUR LIFE /hj it’s a beautiful written story by a amazingly talented writer. it will break your heart in the end though. basically it’s a story when dream who lives in 1970 and george who lives in 2020 communicate through a telephone even though their 50 years apart, eventually they fall in love and eventually you’ll get your heart broken :) wonderful story would 100% recommend just.. prepare urself.
oh my god if i read flowers from 1970 one more time i think i’ll need a therapist
by jainotfound April 20, 2021
A (very sad) fanfiction based around the ship 'DreamNotFound', a popular pairing between Minecraft YouTubers/Twitch Streamers Dream and GeorgeNotFound. The story consists of a tale about George discovering the fact that he can communicate with Dream, a boy who lived in his house 50 years before, via an old rotary telephone. With beautiful writing and a tragic ending, 'Flowers from 1970' has received much praise from the dsmp fandom, along with over 6 million reads. The story originates from ao3, where the author ,"astronimica", first uploaded it. Due to popular demand, (and requests from fans who were interested in reading the story, but didn't feel like making an ao3 account), Astro reuploaded the story on Wattpad as well. A sequel, titled 'Unchained Melody' was also created, but has currently been taken down, due to its "need of editing" according to Astro, since they had accidently and unknowingly crossed some of the streamers' boundaries throughout the story. It's unclear when the sequel will be reposted.
"You said it yourself. Flowers from 1970 couldn't last that long."
by ChickenScrxtch82 May 27, 2021
a dnf fanfic (dreamnotfound) where Dream and George fall in love with each other but on lives in 1970 and the other lives in 2020
I read Flowers from 1970 it was incredible sad.
by Life.destroyer April 21, 2021