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1  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: One of our own needs us on: August 04, 2017, 08:03:24 PM
My prayers are with you too, Billy.
2  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: 2017 New Music. on: August 04, 2017, 08:01:36 PM
I gave that one a few goes and have mixed feelings about it... the rockers mostly didn't impress me, but on the other hand 'Carolina' is great.

Anyone tried the new Randy Newman album? I haven't listened to everything of his but there can't be much in the catalog as weird and wonderful as 'The Great Debate'.

Yea "Carolina" is a banger! It's one of my favorites along with "Kiwi."
3  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: 2017 New Music. on: August 04, 2017, 07:59:53 PM
You know, I never thought I would ever say this, but I really enjoyed that new Harry Styles album. I really like his song "Sign of the Times," it never gets old for me.

I've given the album a listen. I think it's a brilliant debut, every song a winner. It's true you can hear all kinds of influences mainly from the '60s and '70s but that's fine with me.

I generally steer well clear of music aimed at a young age group until it's aged a bit, so to speak. I didn't have that feeling with this album at all. 

I felt the exact same way when I heard the whole thing, I'm glad you enjoyed it too! It's a rare thing for me where I like every single song on an album and every song on this album I either liked a lot or loved.
4  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: 2017 New Music. on: August 03, 2017, 01:29:41 AM
Hey Jess is back! 3D I sent you messages, girl. Reply back! 3D

 Grin Thanks RangeRover!
5  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: 2017 New Music. on: August 02, 2017, 10:15:58 AM
You know, I never thought I would ever say this, but I really enjoyed that new Harry Styles album. I really like his song "Sign of the Times," it never gets old for me.

I must give that a listen. I'm not familiar with him at all.

He was in Christopher Nolan's must-see WWII film, Dunkirk. (I only learnt that later.)

Apparently there were protests about him being cast in it! What's the point? Just about every film has a familiar face in it...

Yea his album is really good, he channeled a lot of 70s British rock in it. It was a nice surprise.
Dunkirk was FANTASTIC! If people haven't seen it yet, you're really missing out! And Harry was great in it, as well as everyone else in the cast! Not one character was miscast.
Yea people were mad at the fact that he was in it because he was from the boy band One Direction. That's pretty much it.
6  Non Smiley Smile Stuff / General Music Discussion / Re: 2017 New Music. on: August 02, 2017, 01:11:06 AM
You know, I never thought I would ever say this, but I really enjoyed that new Harry Styles album. I really like his song "Sign of the Times," it never gets old for me.
7  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Happy 72nd Birthday on: December 04, 2016, 07:14:46 PM
Well before the day is out, I might as well be the one to say it  Smiley. Happy Birthday to one of my favorite musicians, Dennis Wilson. Your memory will live on forever.
8  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Happy Birthday Dennis! on: December 04, 2015, 11:27:25 AM
 Smiley Remembering Dennis on his would have been 71st birthday.  Thank you for the music, we miss you!
9  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Why do you hate Mike Love? on: August 12, 2015, 06:49:49 PM
This is all so, so weird. I can't think of another band who have fans who, if not hate, strongly dislike a core member of said band.

Are there Who fans who despise Roger Daltry? Led Zepplin fans who loathe Robert Plant? And even as controversial as she's been, can you still be a Supremes' fan and hate Diana Ross?

I remember hearing that they booed Diana when she attended Florence Ballard's funeral  Undecided.
10  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: An American Family on: June 30, 2015, 01:11:16 PM
Coincidentally I had a lecture in my head about this shortly after having found AAF online.  Here's a few points the monologue in my head barked about (in order of appearance) the first 45 mins (I don't know enough about the boys in the 70s to run a monologue in my head for the second half.  I'd do the complete first half but I've actually stayed up too long typing this.  Perhaps I'll finish the first half another day.):

The neighborhood that AAF starts in is actually pretty nice.  Thick lawns, clean sidewalks, flower beds, trimmed trees...  However Dave's described the neighborhood as poor and rundown, specifically noting that there were no sidewalks.

The Marks and Wilson houses in AAF are half way down the street.  Dave's description and photographic evidence show that both of their houses were corner lots.

Carl's gotta study to keep his grades up!  But oddly I've found pages online that describe his grades as rather more akin to the grades Dennis got.  However, I have never heard if Carl's grades were always poor, or if they took a nosedive due to touring, making music, and suffering school harassment.  Yeah, I know, this is an iffy point.  And while we're on iffy points... Carl's actor is too old.  Of course this is because the actor has to play Carl as an adult as well.  THANKFULLY AAF doesn't bother trying to hide the actor's age like Summer Dreams did.  Although the dialogue doesn't seem to treat him as remotely intelligent... because you'd think Carl would be able to figure out for himself that everyone's in the music room if he hears the piano, organ, Murry singing, and Audree calling from the music room.  And then when Audree asks how Carl's guitar lessons went, Carl talks about 'a lot of neat chords.'  I know this is all exposition, but I'm fairly sure real life Carl had more brains than this!

Brian moving into the music room sure caught Carl by surprise!  In AAF.  Fairly sure I read somewhere that it was actually quite a bit more gradual.

Dennis's surf board.  Close... but wrong.

My late father would have loved the scene where Dennis takes off in Murry's car.  All those old cars on the street!  Yeah...  Street's sure packed for an old run down neighborhood, though.

Honk honk honk!  "Mikey!"  I never got the feeling that Mike would have been Dennis's first choice of a surfing partner.  Exposition, yes.  But Dennis DID have surfing friends!

Why is the sun so low during the beach scene?  They were like what?  Ten miles from the beach?

AAF goes with the very popular 'Brian's hearing-loss due to Murry hitting his head'.  Depending on your preference, you may consider this accurate or not.  (Audree's said in interview that Brian has a damaged glossopharyngeal nerve (aka 9th cranial nerve).  TVTropes claims Brian's hearing loss is because of loss of fluid in his inner ear.)  AAF also makes the point of Brian's hearing loss by having him not near Audree.  Of course they also make him distracted, but Murry passes Brian not hearing Audree off on Brian's hearing, rather than Brian's distractedness.  Just because Audree was on Brian's right doesn't mean that Brian's left ear wouldn't have heard Audree.  So you can take Murry's assumption as the inaccuracy.

Speaking of Murry... that fake eye.  Sure moves around like a real eye, doesn't it?  Eeeh!  Don't tell me that you couldn't gouge out the eye of the actor!  If you can get actors willing to lose weight for a role, surely you could have gotten an actor willing to lose an eye for a role!  (obviously I'm joking)

Wow, how long is Mike's shift in the gas station?

Al's portrayed as an 'I recognize you!  We went to school together!  I think we might have even had a class or two together in high school!' acquaintance.  There's evidence on the internet of Al being a bit of a closer friend than that, being at least close enough that Dennis was willing to bum some money off of a friend so Al could get a car.  Al's also being portrayed as not yet having left California, although quite a few people with probably too much time on their hands contacted the various schools Al has been to and in reality he had actually just come BACK to California at this point.  More on this later.

How sad, Judy gives Brian the ring back.  Except this isn't the point in history when they went their separate ways.  Also, more on this later.

Brian and Judy breaking up was the catalyst in AAF for Brian writing Surfer Girl.  ... ... ...  It wasn't.

Al's sure got a nice car!

Murry gives a tour of his machine shop.  Obviously the point here is that Murry has a machine shop, and to show Dennis cleaning the machines.  Without glasses on so that Murry can whack him on the head.  Now, here's the thing... I actually worked in a silicon wafer factory once.  Silicon wafers are what microchips are made from.  Yeah, I know silicon wafers aren't exactly machines themselves.  But it takes machines to make those wafers.  The machines in Riotech were LOUD, and we were working on silicon, not metal on metal like Murry's machine shop would have been doing.  I was the edge rounder (exactly what it sounds like... if the edges of the wafers weren't rounded, they'd chip), so I naturally heard a lot of noise from that machine.  Plus, I was in the same room with six saw machines which were used to saw the wafers from the silicon rod, plus whatever machine was being build on the other side of the room.  Grinder, polisher, wire saw...  Did I mention it was LOUD?  So, what's wrong with the scene?  Ear protection.  And I'm not entirely convinced the people being toured around would have heard Murry as softly as he was speaking at times in that scene.

Brian and Carl shooting down Al's suggestion of asking Murry to set up an audition.  Al actually did ask Murry for help.  For HIS group, not for the BB, but still the fact remains that he did exactly what he was shot down for suggesting in AAF.

Christmas party.  How many siblings does Mike have?  Only Maureen and Stan seem to show up in AAF.  The Christmas party would have been the perfect place to at least place the rest of the Love family in the background.  Don't have to mention them, or nuttin'!  Just put in some background people who just happen to be the correct age and gender.  Yeah, so... incorrect number of siblings.  Speaking of incorrect number of siblings... Murry's got one more sibling not being mentioned, too.

When Murry gives Brian the emergency money... I have heard three different versions of how much money was being left.  SD goes with $150.  AAF goes with $200.  A third person's account goes with $100 per son ($300 total).  Whatever amount is the truth, it wasn't enough.  The boys had to sing for Al's mother (they sang "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring" to her) to ask her for the rest of the money they needed to rent all of the instruments they wanted.

Dave trying to get in the band in AAF.  He was actually already in the band.  Dave sometimes likes to joke that when Brian wanted to work on a song, he'd torture Carl and himself (Dave) into helping him (Brian).  The reason he didn't sing on "Surfin'" is because the session took place while Dave was still in school.

Dennis's drumming fail.  No.  Dennis had already gone to the high school concert band for drumming tips.  Granted he somehow didn't pick up that most right handed drummers drum in a specific way, but there's absolutely no way Dennis was that much of a fail at keeping the beat.  Not when you're Brian's brother!

Murry interrupting the Surfin' practice.  Audree has said in interview that the boys had excitedly mobbed Murry and her to listen to the recording they had made.  Brian's told the story a few different ways, but the one he most frequently goes with is that he was afraid Murry would be angry, but Murry wasn't.  And that Murry really liked the recording.  Besides... could you imagine what Al would have thought while watching the band leader being thrown up against a wall?

Recording 'Surfin''.  Actually, Hite wasn't THAT into the song.  Just Dorinda.

Hearing 'Surfin'' on the radio for the first time.  Coincidentally (or not) SD and AAF both put it in the parking lot of a burger joint.  But in one of those super rare cases where SD actually got something more right than AAF, the boys already knew that the band's name had been switched.  Of course AAF having the boys be surprised is nice on screen, just not accurate.  The boys had discovered the name change when they opened the box of singles.  Also inaccurate in the scene (both SD and AAF) is being in the parked when the song came on.  I'd have to go back and look whose interview it was, but I think it was Dennis who said that the car was actively being driven by Brian at the time, not parked at a burger joint.  He also says Dave was in the car, and Carl vomited.  Personally, I'm happy not to see Carl upchucking, so I'll give that one a slide.

Murry watching Lawrence Welk.  "Two Step, Side Step" was never played on the TV show.  It was played on the radio show.

Murry negotiating with Nick Venet.  Murry actually wasn't THAT good with negotiating a music contract.  It makes for a great scene, though!  But Nick has said that Murry had actually been willing to agree to a contract that would have been a literal give-away, and that Nick had been the one to suggest to Murry to set up Sea of Tunes.

Al leaving the band to go to Michigan.  Remember those people I mentioned who asked for Al's school records?  Well, they started out assuming the exact same thing that everyone else assumes, and that AAF assumes: that this is when Al went to Michigan.  But records the schools sent to those people don't match up.  All of the school records show that his time in Michigan was a year earlier than what most people assume.  Not just Al's records, but also those of his father, who was teaching in Michigan that year.  (BTW, in case you wonder how I found that page, I was trying to Google what kind of car Al had in '65.  That page came up because of the mention of Dennis helping Al get money for a car.  I never did find out what car Al had in '65, though...)  According to Wikipedia, after Al left the BB, he entered the air industry.  Presumably he was still going to college, too, since Al says Brian called him before final exams.

Dave joins the band!  Dave was already in the band...  (I love how calm Carl is in that scene after Dennis and Brian storm off, though!)

Murry explaining how the band would be self-promoting.  Oh, don't get me wrong, a certain amount of playing free at car hops went on, and had to go on to promote themselves.  But not as much as the scene makes it out to be.  Concert promoters and organizers exist, it wasn't ALL Murry.  The promoters and organizers liked to get more bang for their buck by hiring multiple groups for a night.  At least one of those groups needed to be self contained.  If a singing group is hired that didn't have a backup band (for example... Jan & Dean, who used studio musicians), either a non-singing band or a self contained group (like the BBs) would also need to be hired.  The preference was on a self contained group because they had their own music and could make a concert longer.  Anyway, the point is... yeah Murry worked hard to promote the band... but it wasn't ALL on Murry to do so.

The buttons!  I want one!  Er yeah...

Change to the striped shirts.  BTW, the "NIK VENET" on Nick's desk is not an error.  Well... maybe temporally it is, but Nick really did drop the "c" eventually.

Writing 'Surfin' U.S.A.'.  Remember that other thing I said I'd bring up again?  Well, this is it.  Because it wasn't Mike who came up with the list of beaches, it was Jimmy... Judy's brother.  In AAF Brian and Judy have already broken up, but in reality it stands to reason that at least at this point they were probably still together.  That or Brian is just so weird that he'll ask his ex-girlfriend's surfer brother for a list of beaches.  Also, notice the scene fails to mention how Chuck Berry'ish the song is?  And I'm not even talking about borrowing the tune of 'Sweet Little Sixteen'.  That's not Carl goofing around you hear at the front of 'Surfin' U.S.A.', it's 'No Particular Place to Go' higher up.

Didn't quite capture the magic that is Mike's dancing...

"This must be what it was like when Elvis started!"  Mike was actually offstage when he said that to Brian.

'Surf City'.  Jan was actually blond, not brunet.  (Why is there a difference in spelling between brunet and brunette when they sound exactly the same?)  Granted he was a darker blond than Dean, but all the actors who have portrayed Jan have been brunets.  Probably has a lot to do with both Jan having turned or dyed brunet in the naughts, and the actor in "Deadman's Curve" being a brunet.  But that's not the only thing wrong in the scene.  The most grievous error is having Jan, Dean, and Brian singing simutaneously.  Which they weren't.  Jan & Dean sessions are documented almost as well as BB sessions, and in the case of 'Surf City', the backing vocals were recorded first by The Matadors with Brian doing subtle falsetto.  After the backing vocals, the lead vocals were recorder (Jan, Brian, and Tony Minichiello (from The Matadors)).  Dean and Brian were then recorded doing falsetto, which Brian suggested double tracking on.  After that error, the next biggest one is having Jan take the engineer's word that the song was good to go.  Jan liked to control the songs as much as Brian did.  If you can't picture Brian walking out, don't try picturing Jan walking out.  And the last big error is Dean saying they had been wanting to put one of Brian's songs on one of their records.  In reality... they already had.  They had already covered 'Surfin'' and 'Surfin' Safari'... with the BBs as the backup band!  Plus, 'Surf City' was not a complete song when Brian gave it to Jan.  What Brian gave to Jan was an incomplete song that Brian had already lost interest on.

Phil Spector session.  Sound-alike-version of probably 'Be My Baby'.  I actually think the sound-alike sounds better than the real 'Be My Baby' backing track.  But here I'm just pointing out that it's a sound-alike.  Oh, and Phil didn't dress like that.  Or talk like that.  In fact, he was something of a mouthy little snit.  There's a reason Dean calls Phil a jerk in that scene.  And we shall not mention that snit threw Brian out of a session once for poor playing.

Dennis said in an interview that Brian was the one who got good grades and Carl got the kind of grades that Dennis got.  He also said that he didn't know how to drum right and that Brian had to show him how.  But I still don't see how he could be that bad (he did have a low self esteem when it came to his own talent).
11  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Depictions of Dennis, Melcher and Gregg Jakobson in Jeff Guinn Manson Biography on: June 30, 2015, 01:04:29 PM
I hope it wasn't true (being a black fan myself).  I remember reading an article (it's on the message board somewhere) where he was talking about how he was tired of rock or something and then he said "I like blacks."  I hate it when people categorize music like that.  Music has no color.
12  Smiley Smile Stuff / The Beach Boys Media / Re: The Official BB You Tube Thread on: June 28, 2015, 10:44:44 PM
13  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Random Beach Boys Moments Redux on: June 06, 2015, 03:53:54 PM
I remembered there was a thread for this but I forgot what it was called:  a few weeks ago I was at the drive thru at Wendy's and then "Wendy" came on the radio, what a coincidence  Shocked!
14  Smiley Smile Stuff / The Beach Boys Media / Re: The Official BB You Tube Thread on: May 28, 2015, 06:29:27 PM

 Happy Dance OMG THIS WAS A GREAT FIND!!!  This is why I love your posts!
15  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Does anyone think Denny + Mike could have overcome creative/personal issues? on: May 27, 2015, 11:13:52 PM
It would've been interesting to see Denny's reaction to Mike's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame speech  LOL
16  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: If Mike wasn't in the band... on: May 26, 2015, 05:53:13 PM
Dennis didn't start drinking because he fell out with Mike, Mike fell out with Dennis because he couldn't control his drinking problem. F ucking the guy's wife probably didn't help matters....

Not sure where anybody made any claims about Dennis "starting" drinking due to Mike. I do agree in part regarding what you say is the reason why Mike fell out with Dennis, though I think that's a simplistic and not particularly nuanced viewpoint to think that's the whole story. Do you think that it's fair to surmise that Mike probably went deeper into TM in part help deal with the stress of the band and bandmates who gave him grief (which could certainly include the above-mentioned incident)?

And if it wasn't for Dennis, none of the BB would've done TM in the first place.  Razz
17  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Why Didn't Dennis Have More Lead Vocals? on: May 20, 2015, 06:27:47 AM
I think the reason the band members wouldn`t have fought for Dennis`s material in the same way they fought for Brian`s is obvious. They knew that including Brian`s songs could help them to shift records (and in the case of Surf`s Up it did). They knew that Dennis`s stuff would be unlikely to help them as, irrespective of quality, his songs generally appeared on albums that were commercial failures (I`ve said it before but even Al`s contributions did more to help the band`s sales than Dennis`s tunes).

If he wanted to take his bat and ball home then I certainly don`t consider the other band members to be in the wrong for not fighting over it.

In the early 1960s I think Brian made the right choices 99% of the time when deciding who should take the leads.

And if Dennis elected not to sing Sail on Sailor or some of his own material then that was up to him.

Doesn't the way they promote songs have to do with that too?  I've read comments saying that if Slip On Through had been promoted right, it probably would've made the charts.  Add Some Music To Your Day was successful, but did they ever perform that in concert?  You Are So Beautiful was co written by Dennis and people are still singing that song to this day and that shows that Dennis wasn't incapable of making a commercial song.  Has anyone ever done a cover of Surf's Up?
18  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Why Didn't Dennis Have More Lead Vocals? on: May 19, 2015, 04:47:51 PM
I prefer Dennis´adult voice, from the 70´s, much more soul and perfect rasp.

Heard God Only Knows live from 1972  in Carnegie Hall?
Dennis sings Bruce´ line in the coda. You´ll understand what im talking about when you hear it.

Plus, Dennis sang "Help Me Rhonda" better than Al ever did...sorry Al fans, I still like the original, it's a classic, but after hearing 3 live versions of Dennis' version...  Jack Reily and Ed Roach have said that there was jealousy within the group toward him during that time.  It seems that they were giving him backlash on Surfs Up for no reason.  I actually don't blame him for taking his songs off, he had every reason to be pissed.
19  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Why Didn't Dennis Have More Lead Vocals? on: May 19, 2015, 09:04:02 AM
How is Dennis' voice the weakest in the group when it was his voice that made the harmonies sound so strong?  Even when it was just he, Carl and Al on "Wishing You Were Here" it sounded like all of the BB were on there.  He got the short end of the stick for the Surfs Up album; they could've at least put one of his songs on there but instead we get "Take a Load off Your Feet" and that crappy version of "Riot Cell Block #9". Sometimes, Mike's nasally voice actually makes me cringe, I'd rather listen to Dennis' "post kick in the throat" songs than Mike's over the top nasally vocals.
You do realize that for Dennis to have included his songs on the album then WIBNTLA would have had to end the album. That was the crux of the issue. When he lost on that decision, he pulled his songs. I believe his songs would have been included had he worked with Carl and accepted that Surf's Up would be the album closer.

I know about that, I just didn't want to say it again because I've ranted about that before.  They had no problem supporting Brian, but they didn't want to give that same love and support to Dennis and that's what angers me the most.  His songs were the closet things to Brian's but was shut down by the Love camp and even Brian himself sometimes.  And now Carl of all people?  But then again in the 90s, Carl had to fight to get Dennis' songs put on the compilation album, and for MIC fans had to petition to get WIBNTLA released.  Just the thought of that...
20  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Why Didn't Dennis Have More Lead Vocals? on: May 18, 2015, 11:17:53 PM
How is Dennis' voice the weakest in the group when it was his voice that made the harmonies sound so strong?  Even when it was just he, Carl and Al on "Wishing You Were Here" it sounded like all of the BB were on there.  He got the short end of the stick for the Surfs Up album; they could've at least put one of his songs on there but instead we get "Take a Load off Your Feet" and that crappy version of "Riot Cell Block #9". Sometimes, Mike's nasally voice actually makes me cringe, I'd rather listen to Dennis' "post kick in the throat" songs than Mike's over the top nasally vocals.
21  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: BB's 1964 version of In My Room on The Red Skelton Hour on: April 30, 2015, 12:11:04 AM
You know, I don't get the satiric tone in some of these posts. The performance is just lovely--one of their best harmony parts ever recorded, and the only one I think that preserves the one brother at a time entrance into the song like on the record (with Al doubling Dennis--a part he now sings when the BB perform it). The college/school  paraphernalia is OK with me ; I just don't see this as some bizarre disjunction, like Elvis singing in tails sort of thing.Sorry, fellas, I just see it un-ironically, likely a blind spot of idealism again inhibiting judgment.

0:31 Brian has book and decides he doesn't think he should have it  Cheesy

0:41 Brian looks up at Dennis and looks to the right for a quick second, I'm guessing to makes sure he's on pitch?

1:51 Mike looks down and gets a grin on his face, for some reason.

1:56 Brian has a look of "does the this sound right ? oh yes it does!"

Dennis through out  "ok lets get this damn thing done, so I can leave!"

Brian fidgets so much through this!

I agree, I always thought this particular performance was beautifully put together; I like it better than the other version from the Lost Concert.  This and "The Things We Did Last Summer" have a classic feel to it.  The harmony sounded very nice and you could clearly hear everyone.  I don't see what the big deal is  Huh.
22  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Rolling Stone Magazine Interview 1976 on: April 27, 2015, 09:28:22 AM
Sorry if this has been brought up before, I couldn't find anything when I searched for it, but aside from the article itself, does anyone know if a recording of this interview exists in the vaults somewhere? 
23  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Brian's 1975 recording of \ on: April 05, 2015, 07:16:39 PM
 Shocked DANG! I wasn't expecting that...
24  Smiley Smile Stuff / General On Topic Discussions / Re: Happy 74th birthday to Mike Love on: March 16, 2015, 10:22:35 AM
Happy belated birthday, Mike!  Cheesy
25  Smiley Smile Stuff / The Beach Boys Media / Re: The Official BB You Tube Thread on: March 16, 2015, 10:20:46 AM

AWESOME!!! I've been waiting a long time to see this  Grin
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