Monkeemania roared back to life in the late '80s. This helped kick start a new interest in Michael Nesmith's underrated solo albums from the '70s; he even started touring again after years of inactivity. Live at the Britt Festival, recorded in 1991, finds Nesmith in great shape. His melancholic tenor has aged remarkably well, and his band sounds flawless on such chestnuts as "Different Drum," "Silver Moon" and "Joanne." Is it possible one man actually wrote all these boss tunes?