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76  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Imaginary albums: The Golden State (1974), California Feeling (1975)... on: November 20, 2015, 11:54:00 AM
It's a beautiful day in L.A.!
77  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Albums that never were: California Slide (1974) and Good Timin' (1975) on: November 19, 2015, 09:07:46 PM
California Feeling (1975) is up next!
78  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Albums that never were: California Slide (1974) and Good Timin' (1975) on: November 18, 2015, 07:22:04 PM
Wow really like that cover Ed! Nice work! Actually, my version of L.A. is really similar to the track list you've made.

I re-uploaded my first imaginary album on vimeo (now with brand spanking new cover art!), for those interested Cool Guy

79  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Lucy Jones by Brian Wilson and Stephen Kalinich on: November 10, 2015, 06:21:35 AM
It's a good song but nothing special really. It really made me think of that one (maybe a remake?):
80  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: What is THE most underrated Brian Wilson song? on: November 02, 2015, 04:29:07 PM
Without a doubt: Sweet Mountain
81  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Albums that never were: California Slide (1974) and Good Timin' (1975) on: October 29, 2015, 08:20:43 AM
Sorry to rebump this but I wanted to share my newest compilations here with other fans:

This is what I roll by these days:
1-If the band would have let go of their urge to record oldies and continued into the same musical direction after Holland and
2-Treated Dennis Wilson as its main songwriter after Brian.
3-Blondie and Ricky stayed on board for one more album.

(There is still an "oldies" record but they're all on one record instead of severals)

Golden State (1974) produced by The Beach Boys

01 River Song
02 Hard Times
03 Out In The Country
04 Iv'e Got A Friend
05 Carry Me Home

06 It's A New Day
07 Sweet And Bitter
08 We Got Love
09 Sweet Mountain
10 Holy Man

Good Timin' (1975) produced by The Beach Boys

01 Good Timin'
02 Susie Cincinnati
03 Had To Phone Ya
04 Rainbows
05 H.E.L.P Is On The Way
06 Rollin' Up To Heaven

07 It's Ok
08 San Miguel
09 Barnyard Blues
10 Back Home
11 Pacific Ocean Blues
12 California Feelin' (demo)

Rock N' Roll Music (1976) produced by Brian Wilson

01 Rock N' Roll Music
02 Come Go With Me
03 Chapel Of Love
04 Running Bear
05 Talk To Me
06 Sea Cruise
07 Mony, Mony

08 Palisades Park
09 Peggy Sue
10 A Casual Look
11 Blueberry Hill
12 Shake, Rattle And Roll
13 In The Still Of The Night
14 Just Once In My Life

Brian Wilson - Brian Loves You & Adult/Child (1977)

(Couldn't tackle M.I.U into a coherent, more "progressive" sounding record. They are a few great songs here and there, but not enough to compile into a full LP)

L.A. (1979) produced by The Beach Boys

01 California Feeling (L.A. version)
02 Lady Lynda
03 Full Sail
04 Angel Come Home
05 Love Surrounds Me
06 Sumahama

07 Constant Companion
08 Baby Blue
09 Looking Down The Coast
10 Santa Ana Winds (1978 version)
11 Goin' South
12 Mexico

Endless Harmony (1982) produced by The Beach Boys

01 Goin' On
02 Oh Darlin' (alternate)
03 School Girl
04 Livin' With A Heartache
05 It's Not Too Late
06 It's Like Heaven

07 Stevie
08 Love Remembers Me
09 Heaven
10 Cocktails
11 Oh Lord
12 Endless Harmony
82  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Your SMiLE mix...for the fun of it on: October 12, 2015, 08:06:33 AM
I sincerely don't believe that either sides of the LP would start with any other tracks than Heroes And Villains and Good Vibrations. They were the singles selected at that time (see all the press coverage in 1966) and Brian started sides with the singles.

Considering that these were the songs mainly recorded by Brian from Early August to late December 1966 (when the LP was conceived as a full entity, according to Michael Vosse):

(song with partial and/or complete mixes are highlighted)

Good Vibrations
Wind Chimes

He Gives Speeches
Cabin Essence
Child Is Father Of The Man

Im' In Great Shape
Heroes And Villains
Do You Like Worms

Surf's Up
Psychedelic Sounds
Talking Horns
My Only Sunshine

Vegetables arguments
The Elements pt 1: Fire
I Wanna Be Around/Friday Night
You're Welcome

And considering that 2004 Ear Candy interview with Brian from after the release of BWPS:

E.C.: Also in "Beautiful Dreamer" you said - "We touched up the first two movements and we created a third movement. Now we have a rock opera - a three movement rock opera." Did you originally think of SMiLE as a "rock opera" or was that a recentů

Brian Wilson: We thought of it as 2-movement rock opera. Then we added a third then we called it a 3-movement rock opera.

"We added a third." Bingo. So, imo, there is a good possibility that side A and B were the Americana and Life suites presented on BWPS with a few alterations and with 12 "banded" tracks as Van Dyke Parks once confirmed.

I wanted to include both Look and Holidays so parts 3 & 4 of The Elements are Holidays mixed with the Psychedelic Sounds. Maybe not what The Elements track of 1966 would have been, but as with Im' In Great Shape there is so little that we know about the backing tracks both these tracks that imo it's up for grabs for anyone to mix them:

Side A (Americana Suite) 20:00

Prayer (first 15 seconds)
Heroes and Villains (Cantina version until distortion - then Barnyard)
Do You Like Worms (with added lead vocals)
Im' In Great Shape (Eggs And Grit/I Wanna Be Around/Friday Night)
Vegetables (Vegetables demo/Vegetables arguments/Smiley smile version ending from ''I know you'll feel better'')
The Elements (Mrs. O' Leary's Cow/Holidays/Psychedelic Sounds "Down On The Ocean Floor" and "Breathing")
The Old Master Painter (My Only Sunshine Pt. 1 & 2 with "Barnshire" fade)
Cabin Essence

Side B (Life Suite) 17:45

Good Vibrations
Wonderful/hard edit into Look
Wind Chimes (piano tag with "Moaning & Laughing" Psychedelic Sounds)
Child Is Father Of The Man (3 minute BW edit with added lead vocals)
Surf's Up (Smile Sessions version of part 1/Bruiteur mix with strings for part 2/"Talking Horns" mixed with part 3 and ending on the demo piano version fade)

Total LP running time: 37:45

83  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Albums that never were: California Slide (1974) and Good Timin' (1975) on: October 01, 2015, 04:19:15 PM
Smilin Ed H: Actually, before I had ''Sweet and Bitter'' on my playlist instead of ''We're Together Again''. I might just revert to that.

yonderhillside and Sheriff: thanks for your positive feedback. Much appreciated around here it's not something you find often! Roll Eyes

I though about switching ''River Song'' instead of ''California Slide'' but I just love that Neil Young-esque bad-ass guitar finale. So yes, screw the haters! Wink

84  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Albums that never were: California Slide (1974) and Good Timin' (1975) on: September 27, 2015, 04:48:20 AM
WIBNTLA would have been on Landlocked/Surf's Up that's why it isn't here. You know what, let's see you guys try something interesting and creative around what most people consider the worst of the Beach Boys albums so I can just leave a negative feedback later. That's the internet for ya!
85  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Imaginary albums: The Golden State (1974), California Feeling (1975)... on: September 26, 2015, 06:38:39 AM
Albums that never were: California Slide (1974) and Good Timin' (1975)

In the tradition of soniclovenoize's blog, this is my first entry in my revamp of the mid-70s Beach Boys albums "that never were". Imagine if you will that, after Holland, Dennis took over the production role from Carl and became the forefront songwriter with Brian through the end of the 70s. And while we're at it, let's just say that Blondie and Ricky stayed with the band just a bit more before quitting in late 1974. I used all the best possible sources available and bossaro's mix of We're Together Again (alternate version). Enjoy! (and sorry about my bad english)

The Beach Boys - California Slide (1974)

1. California Slide
2. Hard Times
3. Out In The Country
4. Big Sur
5. Carry Me Home

6. It's A New Day
7. We're Together Again
8. We Got Love
9. Awake
10. Holy Man

After the mass success of the compilation Endless Summer, the world is eager to hear new material from the Boys. Using outtakes from the band's past material, Dennis quickly assemble in late summer 1974 California Slide, named after his unreleased song from 1969. Most songs are outtakes heralding from the Surf's Up/Carl & The Passions/Holland era. Mike's beautiful alternate version of the Holland song Big Sur is finally heard (in a tactic that reminds the back to back albums versions of Help Me Ronda/Rhonda) A brand new Brian song, Awake, a 1972 demo for Spring, is one of the last bit of showcase of his beautiful falsetto voice. The only other Brian song on the record is a country reworking of the 1969 outtake We're Together Again. The record ends up with the beautiful Dennis composition, Holy Man, featuring an exceptional lead by Carl (yeah, you'll have to use your imagination on that one, sorry).

Released in late summer 1974, California Slide is a critical success but sales are low and on par with the previous records. Newer fans who were reintroduced to the band with Endless Summer are disappointed when expected to hear ''fun in the sun''-style songs that were on the double LP compilation. By the end of the year, after exhausting and exhaustive touring, both Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar quit the band and Jack Rieley is sacked as the band manager. The boys are starting to leave their more progressive sound and are headed back into oldies territory that the industry and record-buying public demands...

The Beach Boys - Good Timin' (1975)

1. Good Timin'
2. Susie Cincinnati
3. Had To Phone Ya
4. San Miguel
5. Rainbows
6. Rollin' Up To Heaven

7. It's Ok
8. Barnyard Blues
9. H.E.L.P Is On The Way
10. Back Home
11. Pacific Ocean Blues
12. River Song
13. California Feelin'

Move forward to 1975, both brother Carl and Dennis try to coax Brian into writing new songs for their next LP. His new compositions (Good Timin', It's OK, Had To Phone Ya, Rollin' Up To Heaven, California Feelin') are really back in line with the fun-in-the-sun image that the band deserted the past few years. On the other side of the Wilson clan, Dennis' songs grows more progressive and rock-oriented (Rainbows, Barnyard Blues, Pacific Ocean Blues, River Song). Rounding up the record are 4 outtakes from the Sunflower-Landlocked era (Susie Cincinatti, San Miguel, H.E.L.P Is On The Way, Back Home)  that fits the overall happy country-sounding mood of the record. The album is released summer 1975 and is both an instant smash hit and a critical success! Yah!

Next up, in the tradition of The Band's Moondog Matinee and John Lennon's Rock 'N' Roll, the band tackles their favorite 50s and 60s rock n roll songs in the 1976 cover album 15 BIG ONES...

86  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: New SMiLE mix: The May 1967 Acetate version on: August 21, 2015, 04:59:39 PM
Since that last acetate mix, iv'e been completely retooling my SMiLE stereo mix. I stuck to the 12 songs track list that would have been released in January. So, the set includes most of 1966 sessions and just a bit from 1967.

And it's really more an edit than a mix, so many thanks to the wonderful work of seltaeb1012002, krabklaw, soniclovenoize, bruiteur and of course, Mark Linett.

Here it goes for my T2580 edit. Maybe not the actual album that would have been released in January 1967, but what personally I would have wanted to hear back then as an album :

(Side A - Americana Cantata)

Heroes & Villains (Prayer/H&V Cantina/Barnyard-seltaeb1012002) - I decided to stuck to mainly pre 1967 sessions but I cheated for Heroes because I wanted both the cantina section (which replace Im' In Great Shape) and Barnyard to be in it.

Do You Like Worms - (seltaeb1012002) added little snippet from the Smile Sessions

Im' In Great Shape (Egg & Grits/He Gives Speeches/Do a Lot) - Cheated a bit on that one too. Never liked the link with I Wanna Be Around/Friday Night, it doesn't fit the ''happy'' mood of Im' In Great Shape. So I re-edited a brand new version

Vega-Tables (Vega-tables cornucopia+Vegetables arguments/Smiley Smile stereo) - Last cheat, promise! Added the Smiley Smile coda recorded in 1967 to fit the structure of the Smile Smile version.

The Elements (Mrs. O' Leary's Fire, I Wanna Be Around, Friday Night - soniclovenoize SMiLE instrumentals) - I Wanna Be Around/Friday Night is moved after Fire, but really it's the most problematic track on the set. Anything goes with The Elements, so im' just gonna go with these 2 parts for this song)

The Old Master Painter (krabklaw)

Cabin Essence (seltaeb1012002)

(Side B - Life Cantata)

Good Vibrations (Smiley Smile stereo mix)

Wonderful (Wonderful/Look) (seltaeb1012002-soniclovenoize SMiLE instrumentals)

Wind Chimes (seltaeb1012002)

Child Is Father Of The Man (seltaeb1012002/Project Smile songs/BWPS 2004/The Smile Sessions)

Surf's Up (Surf' Up/Prayer reprise -The Smile Sessions/bruiteur/The Smile Sessions, seltaeb1012002), ends with the 30 second amen choral mentionned by Michael Vosse in Fusion.

87  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: The return of the "What are you listening to now?" thread on: August 12, 2015, 12:00:32 PM

Any other fan here of this amazing album? John Lennon said it was one of his favorite albums back in 1968.
88  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: New SMiLE mix: The May 1967 Acetate version on: August 12, 2015, 08:38:44 AM
Neat, I'll listen when I'm done with this audio project I'm working on now.

How does this differ from the BW acetate comp you made last year?,17252.0.html
I really liked that and referenced it a few times, it's very handy. 

Certain tracks have different mixes or tweaks from different sources (Worms, Child, Cabin Essence, Vegetables) and I changed the lineup as well. But it's really version 2 (or 3 or 4, etc.) of the same mix.

Actually, im' now working on a brand new stereo mix of what would have been a December 1966 12 tracks lineup. It seems more clear that there was still an album by that point (as noted by Michael Vosse in the Fusion article).

Does anybody have any guesses at what a December mix of Heroes & Villains would sound like?

Also, I tried splitting ''Our Prayer'' in two parts: one small bit for the intro before H&V and the last 30 seconds after Surf's Up. You know what? It doesn't sound bad at all and it fits the 30 second seconds type of choral amen that was described by Vosse and Jules Siegel at the time.

89  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: New SMiLE mix: The May 1967 Acetate version on: August 10, 2015, 06:03:39 AM
A few questions:

Wonderful - the Brian Wilson 66 mono mix on Vigotone is the same as the one on the Good Vibrations box set - do you think the sound quality is better on the boot?

Old Master Painter - why Barnyard?  That wasn't to be part of OMP.  I'd put it after Great Shape.

Cabinessence - mix of two acetates - that means there's no lead vocal right?

the Mark Linett 1988 mixes - these are the same mixes as on Vigotone, or is there a separate boot release called "the Mark Linett 1988 mixes?"

Wonderful -
the sound quality is not better on the boot but, to my knowledge, an actual 1966 Brian Wilson mix. The purpose of this mix was to assemble every vintage Brian Wilson mixes to its last incarnation before the project collapsed and how a May 1967 assembly may have sounded. This is why I added every vocal recorded for each track (but without fly-ins for the Barnyard and Im' In Great Shape demo). In a way, you could call this "the Lo-Fi Smile mix".

Old Master Painter -
Why Barnyard? I always thought that the two pieces worked together. And Michael Vosse talked in his Fusion article that the Barnyard idea grew out of playing The Old Master Painter, and with the 4 little connected pieces (Barnyad/OMP/Sunshine/H&V reprise or ''Barnshire''), we have what Brian referred at the time as ''The Barnyard Suite''. Also, on the 2004 live version, the 2 pieces are connected the same way and make sense musically. As for Im' In Great Shape, I think it works better as a short intro to Vegetables, as it was on the 2004 live version (without Friday Night/Workshop). The lyrics to Great Shape seems to fit more with the ''healthy'' aspect of VT. Barnyard Suite seems more like a mini-opera pastiche of Americana (Old Macdonald Farm, The Old Master Painter, You Are My Sunshine).

Cabinessence - mix of two acetates - that means there's no lead vocal right?
No lead vocals except for both Who Ran The Iron Horse? chorus and the Grand Coulee section by Mike. Dennis didn't get around to record his lead vocal.

the Mark Linett 1988 mixes -
These aren't all the same mixes as on Vigotone, some are vintage edits transfers and other are 1988 mixes. There is out there a bootleg called the Mark Linett 1988 mixes.

As for the order of the tracks, after all these years of Smile fanmixing I still think the lineup works as a presentation of what could have been a 1967 album with 12-13 tracks. Brian Wilson never went to do full-on progressive music during his whole career and always cared about singles, hence they were always the first or last tracks on each LP sides. As lovely as ideas like Do You Like Worms? as opener sounds, imo it never would have happened judging from the format BW worked during his whole career. SMiLE, for me, was supposed to be 2 suites for 2 vinyl sides and composed of 12 songs made in the same mold as Good Vibrations.

90  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: New SMiLE mix: The May 1967 Acetate version on: August 08, 2015, 09:54:41 AM
Alright, here's the .mp3 of it:

If there is interest in it, I might do a complete re-tweak in .FLAC

Smile!  Smiley
91  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / New SMiLE mix: The May 1967 Acetate version on: August 07, 2015, 05:16:24 PM
What if an acetate copy of the full SMiLE album had been released around the end of May 1967? This is what the concept of this mix is all about. I compiled all the vintage Brian Wilson mixes from 1966-1967 into a final, 2-side structure LP that follows the 12 tracks submitted to Capitol Records around December 1966.

Here's the (albeit classic) lineup:

Side A (19:50)

00 Our Prayer: Alternate Brian Wilson 1966 mono mix with cuts - Vigotone
01 Heroes & Villians: Mono cantina mix - Made In California Boxset
02 Do You Like Worms: 1966 Brian Wilson rough mono mix ver 2 - Secret Smile + Vocal section from The Smile Sessions + Bicycle Rider acetate from Alternate Sea of Tunes vol 2
03 Wonderful: 1966 Brian Wilson mono mix - Vigotone
04 Child Is Father of the Man: 3 min backing track 1966 mono mix edit by Brian Wilson - Secret Smile (+ 3 vocals variations from mono and stereo acetates from Vigotone, Archeology & The Smile Sessions)
05 (The Old Master Painter) Barnyard: 1966 mono mix acetate - Vigotone + The Old Master Painter: 1966 mono mix acetate - Vigotone + Barnshire section - ending from acetate from The Smile Sessions)
06 Cabin Essence: mix of two 1966 mono mix acetates - Vigotone

Side B (18:00)

07 Good Vibrations: Alternate acetate mix from The Smile Sessions
08 Im' In Great Shape: The Smile Sessions backing track
09 Vegetables : Edit from Brian Wilson 1967 Mono Mixes Rehearsals + 1967 April Assembly edit from Sea of Tunes vol. 17
10 Wind Chimes : 1966 mono mix (mono) (2:22)- Vigo
11 The Elements : Mrs. O'Leary's Cow: 1966 Brian Wilson Mono Mix from Sea of Tunes vol. 17, I Wanna Be Around/Friday Night: Mark Linette 1988 mixes, I Love to Say Da-Da: GV Boxset
12 Surf's Up: demo from GV Boxset

Bonus traxxs!
13 You're Welcome: 1966 acetate mono mix - Vigotone
14 Heroes & Villains pt 2: 1967 rough assembly - The Smile Sessions + Mark Linett 1988 mixes
15 Look:  Mark Linett 1988 mixes
16 Holidays:  Mark Linett 1988 mixes
92  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Combine \ on: August 05, 2015, 09:54:29 AM
My take on it:

California Girls (1965)
aka Proto Pet Sounds

Side A

California Girls
Then I Kissed Her
Let Him Run Wild
Sandy She Needs Me
The Little Girl I Once Knew
Summer Means New Love
Help Me, Rhonda

Side B

Please Let Me Wonder
Im' So Young
Kiss Me Baby
She Knows Me Too Well
Guess Im' Dumb (instrumental)
In The Back Of My Mind

93  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Alternate universe 2Fer on: July 21, 2015, 03:31:41 AM
Thanks for the sharp observation, AGD! Cheesy
Well, at least that's some kind of reply to my post.
94  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Alternate universe 2Fer on: July 18, 2015, 11:05:28 AM
Here's a little something iv'e been tinkering about these past few weeks. What if Brian was still the main songwriter (not necessarily producer) of the Beach Boys albums from 1969 and 1970. As much as I love both 20/20 and Sunflower (both in my top 5 for sure), assembling these 2 albums made me realize how much awesome Brian Wilson music didn't come out during this extraordinary period.

With the 1969 Reverberation, there is only one Dennis composition and the rest is all Brian, very much like Friends was. Like some kind of mini White Album, we follow Brian's take of revisited surf music, americana, psychedelic oddities and covers, sweet Pet Sounds-like ballads and a continuation of SMiLE experiments on tracks like Can't Wait Too Long.

Add Some Music would have been out by the end of 1970 in that universe. Side A is a loose concept album about an old circus airplane driver who wants to get back in shape to win the heart of his beloved. The songs on Side B aren't related but sonically they recall a more updated Pet Sounds feel.

Enjoy both albums, love & mercy! Smiley


01 Do It Again
02 We're Together Again
03 Walk On By
04 All I Wanna Do
05 Sail Plane Song
06 I Went To Sleep
07 Celebrate the News

08 Break Away
09 Time To Get Alone
10 Cotton Fields
11 Old Man River/Old Folks At Home
12 Can't Wait Too Long


01 Soulful Old Man
02 Loop de Loop
03 H.E.L.P Is On The Way
04 Take A Load Off Your Feet, Pete
05 Carnival
06 I Just Got My Pay
07 Games Two Can Play
08 Good Time

09 Add Some Music To Your Day
10 This Whole World
11 Where Is She?
12 Our Sweet Love
13 At My Window
14 Cool, Cool Water
95  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: So Tough/Holland=Barely any Brian on them and yet..fave albums of many here. on: June 17, 2015, 10:12:10 AM
I really love both So Tough and Holland, both stellar albums even if they aren't Brian-centric. Many creative stuff on both and not boring one bit to me.

This thread inspired me to gather into a compilation most Brian compositions made from 1967 to 1975. I think something similar would sell like hotcakes, surely after the theatrical release of Love & Mercy!;)

Disc I
After the Friends Sessions to Sunflower Sessions

Disc II
From the Landlocked/Surf's Up Sessions to 1975 sessions (which gets really weird and reminds me of Big Star's Third)


01 Been Way Too Long
02 Do It Again
03 Walk On By
04 We're Together Again
05 I Went To Sleep
06 All I Wanna Do
07 Sail Plane Song
08 Old Man River/Old Folks At Home
09 Walkin'
10 Time To Get Alone
11 Cotton Fields
12 Loop de Loop
13 Break Away
14 Soulful Old Man
15 Games Two Can Play
16 Add Some Music To Your Day
17 When Girls Get Together
18 Our Sweet Love
19 At My Window
20 This Whole World
21 Where Is She?
22 Back Home (1970 Version)
23 Carnival
24 I Just Got My Pay
25 Good Time
26 Take A Load Off Your Feet, Pete
27 Cool, Cool Water


01 'Til I Die
02 H.E.L.P Is On The Way
03 My Solution
04 A Day In The Life Of A Tree
05 Surf's Up
06 Marcella
07 You Need A Mess Of Help To Stand Alone
08 He Comes Down
09 Funky Pretty
10 Mt. Vernon and Fairway Theme
11 Im' The Pied Piper (Instrumental)
12 Better Get Back In Bed
13 Magic Transistor Radio
14 Im' The Pied Piper
15 Radio King Dom
16 Sail On Sailor
17 Had To Phone Ya
18 Shortenin' Bread
19 Good Timin'
20 It's OK
21 Battle Hymn Of The Republic
22 Rollin' Up To Heaven
23 California Feelin'
24 Child Of Winter
25 Back Home (1975 Version)
26 In The Back Of My Mind (1975 version)

(MIA for disc II are Lucy Jones, Just An Imitation, Funky Fever, Spark in the Dark, Gimme Some Lovin', Rooftop Harry, You're Riding High on the Music)
96  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: My new CFOTM mix on: May 27, 2015, 10:23:34 AM
You're welcome, Mujan, and thanks for the kind comments! If any of you are interested in my 12 tracks version of SMiLE, just PM me! Smiley
97  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: My new CFOTM mix on: May 24, 2015, 10:56:16 AM
Bueller? Buller?
98  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / My new CFOTM mix on: May 20, 2015, 07:12:12 PM
Hello everyone!

Id' just like to share my new mix for Child Is Father Of The Man. It's pretty much what I think it would have sounded like as a song back then with a full set of lyrics. Using Brian's 1966 backing track edit as a blueprint, tracks from the Smile Sessions and vocals from the Project Smile CD version by Chris (Thanks, whoever you are). All in beautiful mono.

UPDATE: Link is changed.
99  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Brian's 1975 recording of \ on: April 04, 2015, 02:35:19 PM
Wow! Really 2:39 of pure heartbreak. Beautiful.
100  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Anyone else configured their own Life Suite ... on: April 04, 2015, 02:33:09 PM
Here's mine!

The Life Suite Aka PET SOUNDS PT.II

1. Think About The Days
2. Strange World
3. One Kind Of Love
4. Tell Me Why
5. Whatever Happened
6. Half Moon Bay

7. This Beautiful Day
8. Im' Feeling Sad
9. Somewhere Quiet
10. From There And Back Again
11. Pacific coast highway
12. Id' Go Anywhere (dunno what it is, thought)
13. Summer's Gone
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