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 on: Today at 09:41:09 PM 
Started by Pretty Funky - Last post by ForHerCryingSoul
I have pre ordered it on Amazon but not gotten any particular notifications or updates about the date. My sense from reading Mike's book and hearing a bit about Brian's book is that both men have so much love for each other and so much passion and poignancy for all that they have shared together. The world is not black and white and love and respect and a profound connection can coexist with all the tensions and anxieties they have had. In fact it all makes the Beach Boys music much more meaningful and much more rich. This is the sacrifice that artists make. They're pain, when it's translated into music , reaches us on the deeper level then their personal happiness ever could. Of course I hope that these books,when exchanged, will bring Brian and Mike were closer together, and I think it's sad that the relationship is non-existent, and I'm sure that they are both hurt by this. For me the most important thing is that everyday of my life I listen to at least one song that the two of them wrote, which goes directly to my heart and soul, and I could never thank each and the both of them enough for that.

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 on: Today at 09:09:57 PM 
Started by c-man - Last post by jiggy22
A few months ago, one of the sirius rock radios played "Long Promised Road". I was definitely shocked! Halfway through the song, my sister asked: "Is it almost over?"
I need a new sister.

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 on: Today at 08:20:28 PM 
Started by c-man - Last post by c-man
...on SirriusXM's Deep Tracks channel. DJ Meg Griffin spun it, followed by the equally deep Fleetwood Mac track "Underway". Don't think I've ever heard "Friends" on the radio (much less "Underway").

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 on: Today at 08:20:24 PM 
Started by wingsoveramerica - Last post by the professor
When I see them live and when I hear these songs I wonder how many different groups and types of music that this enabled. I seem to think that hundreds and hundreds of important artists and genres and albums and types of music go back to Buddy Holly. Would any of you consider that to be a correct if rather General and broad statement?

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 on: Today at 07:55:11 PM 
Started by HeyJude - Last post by the professor
Jude, you are correct and I should not assume anything about Tony. I suppose I was just accustomed to seeing him an older documentaries. Thank you for your very gracious correction. I do very much like him and his work and hope the best for him. I watched the documentary only once but I had been anticipating wanting to see it several times but there is just nothing I really wanted to see over and over again except that wonderful moment with Brian. I must conclude that this is not one of the best Productions ironically since the subject matter was among the best in all of musical history.



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I don't know if we can assume anything about Tony Asher. He looked a little less "clean cut" I suppose than interviews from like 20 years ago, and certainly didn't dress up for his interview, but keep in mind he's three years *older* than Brian. He's now 77 years old.
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 on: Today at 07:49:30 PM 
Started by Pretty Funky - Last post by the professor
I have pre ordered it on Amazon but not gotten any particular notifications or updates about the date. My sense from reading Mike's book and hearing a bit about Brian's book is that both men have so much love for each other and so much passion and poignancy for all that they have shared together. The world is not black and white and love and respect and a profound connection can coexist with all the tensions and anxieties they have had. In fact it all makes the Beach Boys music much more meaningful and much more rich. This is the sacrifice that artists make. They're pain, when it's translated into music , reaches us on the deeper level then their personal happiness ever could. Of course I hope that these books,when exchanged, will bring Brian and Mike were closer together, and I think it's sad that the relationship is non-existent, and I'm sure that they are both hurt by this. For me the most important thing is that everyday of my life I listen to at least one song that the two of them wrote, which goes directly to my heart and soul, and I could never thank each and the both of them enough for that.

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 on: Today at 07:49:24 PM 
Started by Mr Big - Last post by SurferDownUnder
I would say all of Smile (whatever version you like) and Feel Flows.

I used to (back in the day) listen to Fleetwood Mac's "Hypnotized" creatively.  Wink


Oh that's a good good choice :D

Add "Albatross" to that list too  Cheesy

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 on: Today at 07:41:16 PM 
Started by SMiLE F*cking Brian - Last post by SurferDownUnder
Also who are you guy's picks for ROTY?

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 on: Today at 07:40:10 PM 
Started by Mr Big - Last post by ♩♬ Billy C ♯♫♩
I would say all of Smile (whatever version you like) and Feel Flows.

I used to (back in the day) listen to Fleetwood Mac's "Hypnotized" creatively.  Wink


Oh that's a good good choice :D

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 on: Today at 07:37:52 PM 
Started by Pretty Funky - Last post by ♩♬ Billy C ♯♫♩
Thanks for making this thread! Can't wait! 2 weeks never felt slower
I know, right?

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