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1  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: swdstudyvideos.com (suspended) on: Yesterday at 02:24:31 AM
I'm very sorry to read this, Stephen. Thanks for all your work and information you shared with those great study videos. As I've mentioned before, to watch your videos and read your comments made me feel like being part of the actual recording process, even though I wasn't even born when the sessions happened. It was a lot of fun!

Vielen herzlichen Dank!
2  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: COUNTRY MUSIC on: October 19, 2018, 04:14:31 AM
Posted on Facebook:



𝐀𝐧 𝐀𝐫𝐭𝐢𝐜𝐥𝐞 𝐅𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐋𝐢𝐟𝐞

The waiting finally has come to an end!!

We are proud to announce that the 𝐂𝐎𝐌𝐏𝐋𝐄𝐓𝐄 recordings of 𝐋𝐞𝐟𝐭𝐲 𝐅𝐫𝐢𝐳𝐳𝐞𝐥𝐥 are finally out and available for your listening pleasure!

Here you go!

A package full of superlatives!

20-CD boxed set (LP-size) with 264-page hardcover book. 361 tracks. Total playing time: 867:41 mns.

𝐖𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐞 𝐍𝐞𝐥𝐬𝐨𝐧 said about Lefty:
"I Love Lefty Still. Maybe only people my age know his work well, BUT the younger generation should know his music".

.... and we say 'Amen' to that!




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V08KUYJ1Oqo&fbclid=IwAR37N0tPuF8VqHci_WGocXZ8UZjJDb4lSYV2Gju1Jf23CyO2wmTmciVvVkk






https://www.bear-family.com/frizzell-lefty-an-article-from-life-the-complete-recordings-20-cd-deluxe-box-set-und-book.html?fbclid=IwAR1uOjVfKVprtFJqAsLhVjFGRdE2zIXh-Skqoi6yFwLlOU7NklKRCj6rzOU
3  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Carl Perkins on: October 17, 2018, 01:34:25 PM
706 ReUnion - A sentimental journey





Now, this is a release that's very dear to me. First, find out more about the story of it's evolution and the recording on this link. You can listen to some samples if you click on the link above the album cover.

Carl and Scotty Moore - Elvis' lead guitar player from '54 to '68 - go way back. Just when Elvis and Carl toured together during 1954/1955 and parts of 1956, Scotty and Carl also became friends.


Source: https://www.royalbooks.com/


Source: https://www.elvispresleymusic.com.au/pictures/1956-june-1.html

Carl and Elvis in Memphis on June 1st 1956


In 1975 Carl called Scotty, D. J. Fontana and the Jordanaires to back him up on his Elvis-tribute single E. P. Express (a re-recording is found on 706 ReUnion) backed with a re-recording of Carl's mid-60s song Big bad blues.


The album's concept and it's title might make one think that this is just another of those awful and cheaply produced albums of re-recordings with subpar performances. Well, in this case one would be very wrong.
The music tracks are interspersed with dialogues between Scotty and Carl and tell the story of how the album came to be in real time. That can get very corny, but not as creepy corny as us Beach Boys fans are treated with from time to time, but corny in a nice way; just two old guys having some fun.
The main focus of course lies on the music performances. Instead of tired note-for-note re-recordings, we actually get some great performances and a couple of new songs as well in a laid-back style. The musicians are some of the best for this kind of music and recording, including D. J. Fontana, Marcus van Storey, Johnny Black (son of Bill Black) and Carl's sons, Geg and Stan. Both, "Night train to Memphis" and "Milkcow blues boogie" are played in mid-tempo and giving Perkins and Scotty enough room to show their guitar skills without taking up too much space. Carl is in strong voice, although he was just declared throatcancer-free after getting treatment. Two instrumentals, "Black eyed Suzie Brown" and "Windy & warm", put the distinctive guitar styles of both center. For this album Carl wrote three new songs: "Damn Sam" (about Sam Phillips and the working atmosphere at Sun Records - co-written by Scotty), "The worst of her" (co-written by Stan and Greg Perkins as well as D. J. Fontana) and the funky "Pickup truck".
Recorded at the old Memphis Recording Service at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis, Tennesse (the Sun Studio), the sound is very much alive. Eventually released on Scotty Moore's Belle Meade label, this may not be a commercial blockbuster project (it's much too laid back for that, anyway), but it definitely is everything but a cheaply produced, lackluster run through some old favorites. Everyone involved cared about the project and music and you can clearly hear this.

It used to be available through Scotty's website but I don't know if that is still the case. If you can get a copy of this album, I'd advise you to get it. It's one of those albums that I can't help but grab my guitar and try to play along.
4  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Happy birthday Chuck Berry! + new album on: October 17, 2018, 01:06:20 AM
Listened at last to the new album. It's good. 3/5.

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I wonder if this album might encourage Little Richard to bless us one more time?
It would be cool. Btw, didn't know they'd friendly competition.


I still haven't listened to the album, although my brother owns it (in fact, I gave it to him as a birthday present)  Shocked

Well, Little Richard officially retired. I don't think he's recording. Shortly before he died, George Jones planned to record one last album and said that Little Richard wrote a song for him. Unfortunately, I don't think George ever got around to record it (or anything for that album)
Yes, Richard retired. Last year, he was on a religious channel, 3ABN, sans wig, makeup, etc, denouncing rock and roll (again). He did say something about recording a gospel song with Tom Jones, but who knows if that will ever happen.


Interestingly, I thought Richard was retiring 'cause he was sick and recent appearances seemed to signal that he was very weak. That said, on the TV show you mention he seemed very clear and not at all as weak as he looked and sounded on stage. I was pleasantly surprised by his appearance. As a theologian myself, I can't say I agree with all of his views, but that's another discussion.


Yesterday I had the chance to listen to a couple of more tracks from "Chuck". I liked what I heard. It seems on the songs I've herad that most of the guitar works was between Chuck and his son (you can hear a difference in style). And also it was nice to see/hear Chuck sing a Tony Joe White song ("3/4 time"). I have to make sure that I listen to the rest of the album soon.
5  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Elvis Presley - 50th anniversary Comeback Special on: October 15, 2018, 04:34:45 AM
JLo, Blake Shelton & Post Malone Joined Star-Studded Lineup for Ultimate ‘Elvis Comeback Special’

https://theblast.com/elvis-presley-nbc-special-blake-shelton-post-malone-jlo-concert-tribute/





And:




ELVIS ALL-STAR TRIBUTE SPECIAL
2 NIGHTS -OCT 10TH & OCT 11TH
SEATFILLERS NEEDED (Ages 18-34 Only)


We are beyond thrilled to be able to offer our seatfillers this “Once In A Lifetime Opportunity” to be a part of this “All-Star Tribute” to the King of Rock -n- Roll, Elvis Presley. We are looking for a very special audience, yes, we said audience, as you will be seated and not have to move around, as you will be the audience on this one.
This show will take place over a 2 night period, Wed, Oct 10th & Thurs, Oct 11th and you can sign up to attend either night or both nights, but you will need to submit for each night separately.

We are recreating the Elvis 68 Comeback Special for this very intimate, in the round experience, and all of the audience will be up close and personal with all of the performers and we want you to be there with us. Many of you will even be sitting on the stage, at the feet of the talent as they sing and dance.

Performers over the 2 Nights Include:
Shawn Mendez
Jennifer Lopez
Carrie Underwood
Keith Urban
Ed Sheeran
Adam Lambert
Little Big Town
Josh Groban
Blake Shelton
Post Malone
Alessia Cara
Kelsea Ballerini
and many more…

Here are the Details:
When: Wed, Oct 10th & Thurs, Oct 11th (Choose one or both)
Where: Universal Studios, Burbank, CA
Arrival Time: 6:00pm estimated
Min Age: 18-34 Only (This is a Casted Audience)
Dress Code: Hip and Trendy Attire
Total Allowed: You and up to 3 guest for a total party of 4
Parking: Free and provided

Note: In order to be a seatfiller you must be able to move around freely without the need of an assisted walking device nor be confined to a wheelchair. You must also be able to stand for periods of time and walk up and down steps.
So, get all of your friends together and submit your request now at http://www.seatfillersandmore.com to be there, and get up close and personal with your favorite celebrities during these 2 special nights of great fun and music. We will start sending out confirmations later this week and remember, there are 2 nights to choose from, or you can come to both, but only sign up if you know for sure you can attend.
This is a casted audience and we are only looking for those between the ages of 18-34 or who look to be those ages for this special event. We are recreating this very popular Elvis Special from back in the day and we need the audience to match the ages that were in that special during that time.
See you at the show,

Seatfillersandmore.com
6  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Dennis Wilson by Dennis Diken, Modern Drummer 2012 on: October 13, 2018, 01:27:51 AM
This was posted on Facebook. I think I saw it being linked to from Ed Roach's site.





As the reunited Beach Boys make headlines this year, MD remembers their late original drummer. The Smithereens’ Dennis Diken traces Wilson’s path to the top, recounts his dramatic fall, and examines his underappreciated skills.

https://www.moderndrummer.com/article/october-2012-dennis-wilson/?fbclid=IwAR2Ix2uTGcC-A4iErhbjBEHRW_0h61LHf3Pz03Y4pnozH97AWfe1QJn-xQ8
7  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Happy birthday Chuck Berry! + new album on: October 13, 2018, 01:18:35 AM
Listened at last to the new album. It's good. 3/5.

Quote
I wonder if this album might encourage Little Richard to bless us one more time?
It would be cool. Btw, didn't know they'd friendly competition.


I still haven't listened to the album, although my brother owns it (in fact, I gave it to him as a birthday present)  Shocked

Well, Little Richard officially retired. I don't think he's recording. Shortly before he died, George Jones planned to record one last album and said that Little Richard wrote a song for him. Unfortunately, I don't think George ever got around to record it (or anything for that album)
8  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Mike Love is in the white house on: October 12, 2018, 04:59:42 AM
I dislike Donald Trump very much to say the least, but I certainly won't say this particular law seems like anything but a good thing. If a Democratic president had signed this bill, I imagine most citizen Democrats would applaud that president for doing so.

That said, it's super duper weird to see Mike Love (or any celeb who isn't a politician) standing and speaking at a podium with the US Presidential seal. It's very, very surreal.

100% agreed in all counts.



I just hope that Trump didn't say anything positive about the Beach Boys, because that would certainly generate a sh!tstorm on the Boys.
9  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: COUNTRY MUSIC on: October 11, 2018, 09:57:12 AM
Willie has a new single out:


Willie’s new single VOTE ‘EM OUT. Available now
https://willienelson.lnk.to/vote

“The biggest gun we’ve got
Is called the ballot box
So if you don't like who's in there
Vote 'em out...."

10  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Elvis Presley - 50th anniversary Comeback Special on: October 11, 2018, 09:53:24 AM
So, here's a new documentary that will air on AXS TV


The Day the Rock Star Died: Elvis Presley


Elvis Presley was regarded as an icon of the 20th century, and was often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll." Presley is one of the most celebrated and influential musicians of the 20th century. Premieres October 16th on AXS TV!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tL-jgcCjks



There is no denying that Elvis Presley is a true music icon and has definitely earned the title of the “the King of Rock and Roll.” With an enormous body of hit singles, commercial success in many genres, including pop, country, blues, and gospel music, he is the best-selling solo artist in the history of recorded music. Prescription drug abuse severely compromised his health and he died suddenly in 1977 at his Graceland estate at just 42 years of age. However, Presley’s legacy lives on as one of the most celebrated and influential musicians of the 20th century. Learn more about his whirlwind life on The Day The Rock Star Died TUESDAY at 8:30/7:30c.


http://www.axs.tv/news-and-docs/day-the-rock-star-died-elvis/
11  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Elvis Presley - 50th anniversary Comeback Special on: October 10, 2018, 09:28:57 AM
Glen Campbell ‘Sings For The King’ On Rare Recordings For Elvis Presley

The new album features 18 recently unearthed and unreleased tracks from the recordings that Campbell made for Elvis between 1964 and 1968.

1. We Call On Him (A Duet With Elvis Presley) *
2. Easy Come, Easy Go *
3. Any Old Time
4. Anyone Can Play
5. I Got Love
6. I’ll Never Know *
7. All I Needed Was The Rain *
8. How Can You Lose What You Never Had *
9. Spinout *
10. Magic Fire
11. I’ll Be Back *
12. Love On The Rocks
13. Stay Away, Joe *
14. Cross My Heart And Hope To Die *
15. Clambake *
16. There Is So Much World To See *
17. Do The Clam *
18. Restless

* Recorded by Elvis Presley


More here, including one song:

https://www.udiscovermusic.com/news/glen-campbell-sings-king-rare-recordings-elvis-presley/
12  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Standard Lie #1 - Dennis Co-write? on: October 08, 2018, 12:53:18 AM
And the "country" Dennis Wilson is obviously the composer of another title on this database - "It Could Have Been Ten Years", recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys in '77. And, possibly another one listed here - "Wild Wild North West" (sic), of which no publisher is likewise listed.


I remember how confused I was when I saw George Jones' "Still the same ol' me" album and the credit "Dennis Wilson" for background vocals.  LOL It became clear over the years and lots of other credits on country records though that it wasn't Beach Boy Dennis.
13  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Tony Joe White - 75th birthday & new album on: October 07, 2018, 03:28:55 AM
As you can read under the links above, the new album's title song was written in the mid-60s as one of TJW's very first songs and he recorded it as a demo. I never heard that recording but it seems it is this one:


TONY JOE & THE MOJOS - BAD MOUTH

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO8odD6EnDM


14  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Carl Perkins on: October 06, 2018, 03:35:46 AM
Jet Propelled - The 1978 Comeback






Ok, here's my review of what certainly is one of the very best "archive"-releases by Carl Perkins. Make sure to check out the sound samples on the above link.
After Carl toured years as part of the Johnny Cash show and along the way wrote the hits "Long legged guitar pickin' man" and "Daddy sang bass" for Johnny, Carl went back on his own touring with his sons Greg and Stan. In 1978 he signed with Jet Records and recorded an album called "Ol' Blue Suede's back" that features his interpretations of classic Rock'n'Roll songs from the 50s (plus one new composition, "Rock on around the world", which would later be rewritten as "Birth of Rock'n'Roll"), matching the nostalgia craze at that time. Jet Records put a lot of promotion behind the album and it turned out to be Carl's best (and only) charting album in the UK. A follow up album with original material was not released in it's original form.

Producer was Felton Jarvis who of course was Elvis Presley's personal producer until the King's death the year before. Musicians included David Briggs and Mike Leech, while Carl's guitar was of course everywhere to be found. To get an idea of the sound, just imagine something like Elvis' Jungle Room recordings but without the orchestra overdubs and more rocking and in your face. Don't let the oldie-concept shadow your opinion, these are real performances of those songs not just covers. Some work better ("That's allright", "Rock around the clock") some not ("Whole lotta shakin' goin' on") but it's a fun listen through and through.


Here's an article from that time. Check out that young Tom Petty.


A lot of promotion was done for the album and Carl did a lot of appearances in the UK. One was on BBC Radion. The second disc of this set features a detailed 45 mins.-interview with Charlie Gillett, followed by an on-fire-performance by Carl with a band that featured Dave Edmunds. These couple of recordings are some of the best stuff of Perkins you will find, and that is saying a lot. If you know the '86 TV special, again featuring Edmunds but also Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, George Harrison and Rosanne Cash, this one is even better. The highlight is "That's allright" which rips the whole place apart. As Carl noted at the end "That's Rock'n'Roll, right there".

Now, as mentioned, there was a second album recorded with the same musicians and Jarvis as producer. That probably led to the song "Let me on" being included which was supposed by Elvis to record in his planned early '77 Nashville sessions which didn't happen to take place. The song sounds like a bona fide hit of the times. It was later recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis in a imo nice but subpar version.
A single was released of the song "Miss Misunderstood", written by David Bellamy and Carl played it in his live shows in the coming years.




Other songs included "Why you been gone so long?" by Mickey Newbury and "Mustang wine" by Steve Earle as well as one of my favorite Perkins compositions, "The hurt put on by you" which he released later in a different version which you can hear if you click on this link. Carl's Elvis-tribute "The whole world misses you" was also featured as it was a favorite among his audiences around that time.




The album was never released in it's intended form but the songs were scattered on different releases. This release now collects all on two CDs and what a great release it is. The liner notes are very detailled and give you more info than I did with my review.

Make no mistake, Carl was back and rocking! Please give it a thought if you might wanna get this. It's not a hidden masterpiece, but a very good and solid effort in Perkins style- The BBC session on the other hand is a masterpiece.
15  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: FINALLY ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Part Two on: October 05, 2018, 08:57:03 AM
I'm through with "Side one" of Surf's Up. Really interesting and fascinating. To hear which sound was recorded by what instrument or item and in which way just makes the whole songs come to life in a different way. Man, you just want to be there and be part of the recording process; it must've been a lot of fun and creativity
16  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Carl Perkins on: October 05, 2018, 05:46:27 AM
This is for Rocker (and anyone else interested in Carl Perkins, George Harrison, Beatles guitar stuff too, etc.) :

Bernie Hamburger was a musician who built custom guitars, and Carl Perkins was one of his clients. This is an informal public Q&A session with Bernie where he talks about Carl Perkins and George Harrison, and sheds a little more light on George's relationship with Carl...plus, the backstory of how Bernie's guitars ended up on the Beatles' "Anthology" reunion tracks and how they occupied a special place in George's home even after he passed away. It was Carl Perkins responsible for those guitars getting to George.

Also, some rather sad info I had not remembered about George planning a world tour...but by the time preparations were made he became too ill to do it.

Check this out, especially the first 10 minutes or so. Really, really neat info:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27AOre0FcuY




That's interesting info! Thanks guitarfool, I didn't know that before. I first thought that the two of them might have been playing those guitars on this appearance but that's wrong. Carl's looks like a regular Strat while George has a Telecaster. But maybe they used it for "Distance makes no difference". George's sound on there is very similar to "Free as a bird":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWU6GWLWeME


Still, the video is a little sad, because it reminds me of how little Carl is known today.


On another note: Why did they take my Wikipedia-updates down?
17  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: FINALLY ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Part Two on: October 05, 2018, 05:32:28 AM
Great news! Thanks Stephen and Mike C.! I'll listen later today when I have time. Can't wait for that
18  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Tony Joe White - 75th birthday & new album on: October 03, 2018, 08:32:54 AM
I don't think I've posted this before on this board. Anyway, well worth posting again. It's the young TJW in all his raw beauty:

Tony Joe White - BBC In Concert {23 Nov 1970}

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9p-XlvKXec



If you don't know about him yet, this is a good place to start
19  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Carl Perkins on: October 02, 2018, 06:09:55 AM
Hey, does anybody know why my Wikipedia entry is gone?  Huh Huh
20  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Carl Perkins on: October 01, 2018, 05:53:56 AM
I'd say the same. I also don't believe that if it was written by M. Grant (probably the only time he'd have written something for Johnny), Cash would take that moment in the spotlight away from him and introduce it as a Perkins song.
I hope that maybe Carl's autobiography (or both of them, as I think there was also one released in the 70s) has more info on why the credit lists Marshall Grant.

The reason I ask is that I plan to add a chart to Wikipedia that lists Carl's hits as a songwriter. That side gets overlooked too many times imo and people mostly focus on him being something like a one-hit-wonder. Here are songs that were (co-)written by Carl and that became hits. It includes covers but also songs Carl himself didn't record.

Tommy Cash   Rise and shine   1970   #9 US Billboard Hot Country, #8 Can Country
Dolly Parton   Silver and gold   1991   #15 US Billboard Hot Country, #7 Can Country
Johnny Cash   Daddy sang bass   1968   #1 US Billboard Hot Country, #1 Can Country
The Judds   Let me tell you about love   1989   #1 US Billboard Hot Country, #1 Can Country
Al Martino   True love is greater than friendship   1970   #33 US Adult Contemporary
Arlene Harden   True love is greater than friendship   1971   #22 US Billboard Hot Country
The Beatles   Matchbox   1964   #17 US Billboard Hot 100
Mark O'Connor   Restless   1991   #25 US Billboard Hot Country, #19 Can Country
Patsy Cline   So wrong   1962   #14 US Billboard Hot Country
Bob Luman   Poor boy blues   1966   #39 US Billboard Hot Country
Johnny Rivers   Blue suede shoes   1973   #38 US Billboard Hot 100
Johnny Cash & June Carter   Long legged guitar pickin' man   1967   #6 US Billboard Hot Country Singles

(Not yet in chronological order obviously)


If you got some other records to add, feel free to do so. I didn't include Elvis' "Blue suede shoes" as that was only released on EP back in the 50s IIRC.


EDIT:

I added the list to Wikipedia. Take a look here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Perkins#Hits_by_other_artists
21  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: My new book on the Stones on: October 01, 2018, 05:19:42 AM
Thanks for the info and congratulations, Ian! As this is the general music sub-forum, I don't think you're wasting anyone's time.
22  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Mike Love - \ on: October 01, 2018, 05:17:57 AM
Ah yeah, the Beach Boys.... when you have the opportunity to record new Brian Wilson compositions you rather go cover friggin' Hanson.
23  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: COUNTRY MUSIC on: September 30, 2018, 09:54:37 AM
Willie Nelson will support Beto O’Rourke campaign for Senate at rally


http://www.msnbc.com/am-joy/watch/willie-nelson-will-support-beto-o-rourke-campaign-for-senate-at-rally-1327366723687?v=railb&
24  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: Tony Joe White - 75th birthday & new album on: September 29, 2018, 11:13:57 AM
Tony Joe White at Paste Studio NYC live from The Manhattan Center


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IREwgfDLww8


1. Sundown Blues 2:17
2. Bad Mouthin' 10:21
3. Boom Boom 18:55

25  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Paul McCartney 2018 interview - On Brian and the Beach Boys on: September 27, 2018, 04:55:45 AM
This was an issue I raised here back in 2012 courtesy a small clipping in the Smile Sessions box set (CD gatefold, far left panel FYI) that mentioned a meeting at Derek Taylor's house between Paul, George, Carl, and Brian.

That discussion tracked it down to the Beatles visit to LA during their last tour in 1966.

Paul's recollection of hearing GV adds MORE info to this. It was most likely an early version of GV, either an acetate or a tape dub of what had to be the state the song was in at that time, whatever that may have been. But wow...there is some new info courtesy of Paul! Thanks Paul!

Here's the original thread from 2012 which shed more light on that meeting at Derek Taylor's: http://smileysmile.net/board/index.php/topic,12096.0.html

PS - Paul's comments as of this most recent interview again sheds light on how the Beach Boys, Brian, and Pet Sounds in particular were influences on what Paul and The Beatles were doing in the mid 60's.


FWIW I just came across this article:

Everything Fab Four: “Good Vibrations” and the Beatles


https://www.culturesonar.com/everything-fab-four-good-vibrations-and-the-beatles/


If there were a respite for the Fab Four that summer, it occurred on Sun., Aug. 28, 1966, when Paul McCartney and George Harrison met the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson for the very first time.
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