“A Walk in the Park” was an upbeat instrumental tune that Don wrote very shortly after the demise of the Armadillo in 1968.  Then-Monkee  Mike Nesmith heard Bobby Donaho (Penny Arkade and Armadillo drummer) and Don (Hammond organ) jamming the song while  Don wrote it in Mike’s home studio, immediately reacted with a big smile and said he wanted to record it that week. And so they did, I think at Wally Heider Studios in Hollywood. Don played organ on the recording, Bobby drums, Mike guitar, a friend (alas, name forgotten) of Mike played clarinet and Shorty Rogers, who also arranged the piece, played trumpet. The musicians recorded the tune, all playing together, in just a few takes, maybe just one or two. Unfortunately, the song was never released and the recording seems to have been lost.