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 on: Today at 08:12:41 PM 
Started by Steve Latshaw - Last post by Bean Bag
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Why does Brian's vocal sound so clear compared to other vocals of his from the mid-70's on?  Has it been established that his voice went through a processor or other means when recording this song?

An equally good question might be why Brian never sounded as gruff again as he did on 15BO and LY, even in 1981.
Yes!  I call it, "4-packs-a-day Brian"  How did he just vanish?!

He's first started to show up, I think on Mt. Vernon and Fairway, a bit... perhaps?  This is admittedly a very strange "Brian."  But I like this Brian.

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 on: Today at 07:56:40 PM 
Started by Steve Latshaw - Last post by joshferrell
I like the song,,,of course I always sing it to myself without the word "Out" in it... Grin

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 on: Today at 07:52:37 PM 
Started by Steve Latshaw - Last post by The LEGENDARY OSD
LOVE this song....love Brian's vocals on it, and actually MIU is  my favorite album outside of the 1967-1972 period. Yeah...I said it.
And I've always loved Pitter Patter-now there's a candidate for a single. The song has a fabulous melody line, the vocals are spot on, and it just rocks along on it's merry way. Cool

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 on: Today at 06:32:24 PM 
Started by Steve Latshaw - Last post by ♩♬ Billy C ♯♫♩
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Why does Brian's vocal sound so clear compared to other vocals of his from the mid-70's on?  Has it been established that his voice went through a processor or other means when recording this song?

An equally good question might be why Brian never sounded as gruff again as he did on 15BO and LY, even in 1981.

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 on: Today at 06:22:53 PM 
Started by Steve Latshaw - Last post by sweetdudejim
This song makes me cringe and come close to throwing up every time I hear it. "I find myself a singin' this little song...." Please kill me if I have to ever hear that again.


Let me guess. You want the album to self destruct and to f*** up Mike Love's meditation forever. Right?



I think this song just needed David Marks' axe on it. Then it would be a total classic! Kinda like if he rocked all over Wild Honey.

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 on: Today at 06:15:44 PM 
Started by Surfer - Last post by Nicko1234
It`s a nice idea that the group could have manage that would equally represent all members but that hasn`t happened for any length of time over the past 52 years and it isn`t going to start now...

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 on: Today at 05:58:19 PM 
Started by SIP Mike - Last post by Al Jardine: TheDickup Artist
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 on: Today at 05:53:46 PM 
Started by SIP Mike - Last post by sweetdudejim
Quick question Ray....

If you feel so inclined to answer, have you ever met Bruce? Any thoughts on him? I have to say that he is quite interesting to me, as he's apparently been so hot and cold with fans for a while now. Shoot, apparently he's even been a bit weird with David Marks since the '70s! You know, with the whole "it's an honor to be in your band!" thing when he was thinking Dave might be joining (and replacing him) in the early '70s, and then acting like he didn't know him after it became clear Dave wasn't rejoining. Very odd. Not to mention the fact that he released a whole heck of a lot of music in the '60s under a bunch of different names, yet hasn't really done anything much recording or songwriting wise since maybe the mid '70s. Just a tough guy to figure out.

 Anyways, if you don't wanna touch this question, I fully understand.

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 on: Today at 05:14:46 PM 
Started by Surfer - Last post by jeremylr
Who exactly is Elliot Kendall? And I'm just curious....what was the last project that Jerry Schilling handled for the BB? I appreciate your level-headed contributions very much, Howie.

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 on: Today at 05:14:43 PM 
Started by Steve Latshaw - Last post by Mikie
Haven't played this song in a long time. Whenever I've played MIU before, I've skipped over it.

There's one thing that I've wondered to this day since I first heard it when it came out. I've seen suggestions to an answer, but nothing definitive. Maybe I missed the correct answer somewhere along the way:

Why does Brian's vocal sound so clear compared to other vocals of his from the mid-70's on?  Has it been established that his voice went through a processor or other means when recording this song?

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